Sunday, December 8, 2019

Thinking green at the Olive Press

The issue the Olive Press went back to its roots and took a closer look at the environmental issues affecting Andalucia...

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

Why work hard?

The mystery to Spain's economic woes may lie in their work ethos

Friends at last?

It comes as no surprise that over 60% of Olive Press readers are supporting a campaign to unify Gibraltar with La Linea

Officials’ willingness to call time on Mallorca drunken excess is welcome

Curb on drinking on all-inclusive holidays is an understandable move

Defences mustered

Over 1,000 daily attacks on Gibraltar’s business sector

Crime doesn’t pay

If Nigel Goldman’s anything to go by, a life of selfish, arrogant crime certainly doesn’t pay

Unfair treatment of Ashya

The treatment of Ashya King and his family has shocked the world

Playing the game

New 'prostitution school' raises questions over how best to help vulnerable women forced onto the streets

OPINION: Belsen Berney’s hero legacy tainted by dishonesty

Sad that a war hero’s legacy has been tainted by his dishonesty

We are two today

OLIVE PRESS WESTERN ISSUE MAKES IT TO TWO YEARS!!! WELCOME to the weird and wonderful world of the Olive Press where no stone is...

Movers, shakers and holidaymakers

Never afraid to print the stories other publications would rather ignore, the OP continues to be the best English-language investigative newspaper in Spain

Brexit Supreme Court case most important in legal history

For the first time, all 11 judges will sit to rule on a decision that could have far-reaching constitutional and political consequences

Back to the future for Spain’s policy-makers

The legacy of Spain's white elephants

A black day

Gibraltar is still in shock following the murder of four people

Year of change: For Spain’s town halls

Spain has voted to end the two party system political system which had lasted long past its expiry date

OPINION: Raising the family of hit-and-run victim up with heartfelt campaign

Grief-stricken and anguished, making ends meet should be the least of their worries

Wrong judgement

It would take a saint not to wonder why top Spanish judge Carlos Divar took 20 trips to a sunny seaside resort at the taxpayer’s expense

Who are Andalucia’s ‘Expat 100’?

Help the Olive Press to compile the definitive list of foreigners who have helped to make the region of Andalucia great

OPINION: British conman David Klein moved to Spain’s Costa del Sol but couldn’t move on from his criminal past

And like any stray mutt, it seems you couldn’t teach ‘David the dogman’ new tricks

OPINION: Brits returning to Spain once again despite Brexit is the best news I’ve heard for six years

It may have taken the UK’s departure from the EU, but British nationals now have that little push they need

The PP’s great escape in the Barcenas case

The way the PP has wriggled out of the Barcenas fraud case scot-free is an escapist act to rival the great Harry Houdini

Spain’s biggest battle since Franco

Analysis by James Bryce

Leading lawyer breaks down the impact Catalunya will have on private business contracts

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.

OPINION: Ship Stephen Jackson back now!

The sooner Jackson is quizzed over Lisa Brown the better

Catch him: Mark Acklom web of lies has no end

His lies seem to know no bounds
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