But the charitable actions of untold numbers of good samaritans have shone some much needed light on an otherwise bleak time for the Costa del Sol
From Almeria to Alhaurin and Granada to Gibraltar, our homes, jobs and entire way of life would be at risk
Congress threw out a ban to stop television stations from paying convicts to talk about their crimes on-screen
‘Gibraltar is British and is going to stay British forever’
OPINION: Are storm drains to blame for the severity of damage to British expat businesses in the Costa Blanca...
While many of us are still dealing with damp basements and insurance claims, we should take note of the municipal elections coming up on May 22
OPINION: Accusing a Benidorm bar of a ‘hate crime’ for renting out a midget is political correctness gone mad
If an upcoming investigation finds their dwarf to be proud of his work, and doing it without any coercion or humiliation, then we should crouch behind him
Finally, Baron David Rene de Rothschild has answered the Spanish courts over his company’s involvement in a scheme that may have unjustly deprived over 130 mainly British pensioners of their life savings
The Olive Press’ most commented news of the week
Far from the chocolate-led commercialised events in the UK, Spain’s Semana Santa Holy Week is very much still steeped in centuries’ old traditions
After two banks have moved their HQ's out of Barcelona leading Spanish lawyer Antonio Flores examines the knock-on effects of the political unrest occurring in Catalunya.
There is always a catch when eurozone leaders say that they have finally — finally, finally — settled the Greek debt problem.