Thursday, September 24, 2020

Sex lies set-up millionaire to have stolen possessions finally returned to Marbella home

Shoja Shojai had to pay €5,000 for ‘storage’ of his stolen items at a depot in Estepona while waiting for a court order

PP and PSOE dominate European elections but anti-austerity parties on the up

Last night's elections saw a stronger than expected performance from smaller parties

Worst drought in 150 years hits Spain

Crops in the south and east of the country are ruined

New Spanish poverty map reveals grim reality behind official stats

Ground-breaking poverty research takes into account the cost of living

UK Navy helicopter swoops over Guardia Civil vessel in Gibraltar waters

The MoD initially denied the helicopter had passed over the Spanish ship several times, forcing it to move away

Film star Sophia Loren’s highest flat in Spain up for sale

The Madrid penthouse where Sophia Loren lived while filming El Cid is up for sale, and it's also the highest flat in Spain

Anti-Europe UKIP party takes seats in British local elections

Early results indicate European Parliament elections could go the same way

Game of Thrones to film series five scenes in Andalucia

Producers are currently searching Andalucia for the best location, believed to be the setting for the Kingdom of Dorne

Gang of five arrested after golden eagle chick heist

Police were able to intercept the gang as they escaped with the stolen chicks

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Hiding Costa del Sol fraudster Nigel Goldman doorstepped by a new victim in the UK

In sensational video overweight conman admits he owes 'lots of people' money

European election polls show two-party dominance set to stumble

After four decades of power, the PP and PSOE could have to change course

Hundreds of dismembered corpses found festering in Madrid University storeroom

An investigation is underway into a pile of bodies and body parts originally donated for medical use, but now a 'scene from a horror film'

Thousands ask Google to remove details of their past following Court ruling in favour of Spanish man

People with criminal convictions are demanding news stories be wiped from searches, after the European Court of Justice's ruling that people have a 'right to be forgotten'

Spanish government rebate drives car sales

More Spaniards are buying new cars this year thanks to subsidy scheme

Rising use of poison is wiping out Ronda wildlife

Environmental groups call for increased action and tougher sentences

La Linea tops Spanish air pollution blacklist

The World Heath Organisation names and shames the most polluted cities

Checkmate for customers of bankrupt Knight Insurance SA

EXCLUSIVE: Clients of the long-established insurance broker left without cover for months

I was set up over sex lies while women ransacked my home, claims British millionaire

The 'oil tycoon' being investigated over a harem of nine women in his Marbella mansion tells the Olive Press it is all a set-up

Banana thrower’s fine not enough, says Spain’s sports minister

81% of Olive Press readers agreed that Spain has a problem with racism, following two incidents in Spanish football matches

Leading Spanish politician shot dead by ‘angry mother’ of sacked worker

Isabel Carrasco, the head of Leon's provincial government, has been shot dead in broad daylight

Greenpeace shouts its message to the Algarrobico hotel louder than ever before

Nearly a hundred activists painted the NGOs newest message to the Junta

Tax inspectors uncover missing ‘Van Gogh’ painting in Spain

The painting reportedly disappeared from a Vienna museum 40 years ago, but some experts aren't convinced

Hollywood beckons for mini-Alhambra builder

The creator of the Mudejar-style home is working with an American star

Operation in search for Maddie McCann ‘planned for long time and at a high level’ says detective

Spain-based detective insists the hunt in Portugal digging up three very specific locations will run into millions

Spanish bus crash kills five children

The bus was taking a youth football team home after a match

Nigel Goldman pleads for sympathy in UK local paper interview

'Mr Del Monte' admits he lives in fear of extradition to Spain, where he is being hunted by many of his victims and their lawyers