Turkish delight

It's hugely rewarding when a newspaper's story ends up with results

Merry Christmas from Spain’s No1 English newspaper

Season's greetings to all our readers, advertisers and contributors. We wish you a very merry Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous 2011

Andalucian capital of art

After the opening of a new gallery and a fabulous new exhibition, Malaga can rightfully claim to be the Andalucian Capital of Art

Double trouble for second homes

News of a British couple facing the loss of their UK home after an unsuccessful property investment in Spain has triggered a wave of indignant reader comments in the UK tabloid press

Off our rock

Situated some 2000kms south of Britain, it sometimes makes you wonder how Gibraltar could be British - but British it most certainly is

What a lot of old bull

As bullfighting stories once again flood the media Wendy Williams discusses what the future may hold for this controversial sport

Crude awakening

Gibraltar - and Spain - must more closely regulate the oil tankers bunkering in the Bay of Gibraltar

We hope Clegg nicks it

With the General Election less than two days away, the Olive Press puts its cards on the table and reveals who its backs for the UK's top job

A Meaning of Life

Traveller, writer and humorist A.N. Maier continues on his adventure of enlightenment in Andalucia

Superjudge’s crumbling crusade

Judge Baltasar Garzon proved that international law knew no boundaries with his pursuit of international dictators and terrorists, yet his idealistic principles are now in grave danger of being thwarted by his very own, writes Andrew Pearce

In ALL the right spots

The Olive Press is getting to the heart of Andalucia

Soaring through cyber space

Yet another record broken for the Olive Press' fast-growing website

Do it for Rocky

After Rocky's mother made a fresh appeal to catch the suspected killer of her son Olive Press readers can help catch Jimbles

Schadenfreude: A review of the Olive Press by A.N. Maier

The Olive Press is pleased to announce a new addition to its growing team of writers and bloggers. In "Schadenfreude", A.N.Maier will be issuing his scathing verdict on some, all, or possibly none of the stories published in the Olive Press newspaper

Onwards and Upwards

The Olive Press website receives record viewing figures of over 2000 in one day

It’s all about quality, silly

1000 more papers for Marbella as Olive Press breaks new records and bucks trend

The Germans are back!

Prudent Germans are buying Spanish homes once again, just as Britons are leaving en masse. The Times' Mark Stucklin finds out their secret

The demolitions that are a disgrace to us all

Lennox Napiers vents his anger towards the Junta and the lack of support shown to beleaguered expatriates facing demolition orders

Bah humbug!

Did authorities need to evict ten families in Christmas week?

Abduction fears fail to disappear

Spate of abduction attempts reawaken old nightmares

Going for gold

A great passport scandal is causing unnecessary suffering for expatriates in Spain... and making the UK government millions each year

Marbella’s got talent

The coast’s most irritating lounge lizard is back for a summer missive... wearing just his Dolce & Banana thong

Racist or violent?

Is the recession causing a backlash against foreigners in Spain?

Lets AVE it!

As President Obama congratulates Spain on its fast track railways, self-confessed trainspotter Ray Ward licks his lips even as plans to bring a new AVE line from Antequera to Algeciras might come right through the middle of his back garden

Was Amy Abandoned?

It is with heavy hearts that we publish the investigative piece on Amy Fitzpatrick

Kramer v Kramer

Pitting lawyers against each other is not exactly big news. But when they are suing each other it gets more interesting

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