Wednesday, June 29, 2022


Crime doesn’t pay

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

OPINION: Take the Algarrobico down

Almeria resident Lenox Napier argues succinctly that the creation of jobs is more important than protecting mere ‘scrub’

OPINION: Johan’s legacy

His legacy lives in the beauty of the team that adorns Camp Nou to this day

Festive tidings from Spain’s No1 English newspaper

The Olive Press would like to wish all our readers, advertisers and contributors a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!

OPINION: Brexit gives Brits a sense of sadness refugee families have faced for years

FAR from holding hands this new year, we’ve never been further apart.  Thanks to the twin terrors - a departure from Europe and a catastrophic...

Be ‘appy with the Olive Press!

The Olive Press newspaper is now available on your iPhone/iPad

OPINION: Moment of change for animal welfare

It's time to take a closer look at the state of animal rights and cruelty across Spain

OPINION: Get me off Spain’s coronacoaster!

WHAT a week it’s been in Spain’s coronavirus battle, and it’s only Tuesday!  A state of alarm, a curfew which has been walked back (sort...

OPINION: Decision of a generation looms as Brexit vote registration ends May 16

From Almeria to Alhaurin and Granada to Gibraltar, our homes, jobs and entire way of life would be at risk

Start the day the right way

Fast food giants Burger King have become the latest victims of the Spanish government’s campaign for a fitter, healthier (happier?) nation. Health minister Elena...

Top 10 most popular online stories in Olive Press history

Since we launched the Olive Press website we've published more than 16,000 news items that have attracted almost 47,000 comments? Find out what have been the top stories...

Top 10 Olive Press investigations in Spain

Andalucia’s only investigative newspaper - the Olive Press - looks back over some of its highlights of the first ten years

TripAdvisor on trial: Editor’s opinion

Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke on how TripAdvisor has reduced the fun of travelling and made it harder to find the region’s true gems

Soaring through cyber space

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

International Women’s Day: We needed to change the work culture

Besides talent, women bring skills to business that complement those of men

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...

OPINION: Government plans to demolish Gibraltar’s Queen’s Cinema building mark the loss of a cultural hub on the Rock

This latest attempt to encourage car use on Gibraltar’s already congested roads will leave a bitter taste in the mouths of many

OPINION: The news of British PM stepping in to support family after tragic British boy’s death in Mallorca could...

We need to act and to ensure there can be no more untimely deaths

Kick in the teeth

Gibraltar FA face a tough battle against football's antagonist and FIFA president Sepp Blatter

Podemos offer change from corrupt politicians

Set up by academics, teachers and economists, Podemos is a welcome change to the career politicians that everyone is, quite frankly, sick of

OPINION: How Ukraine resistance in face of Russian invasion recalls famous Spanish Civil War cry of ‘No pasaran!’ 

WATCHING Sky News chief correspondent Stuart Ramsey shot at and wounded along with one of his team, while clearly working for the press in...

Round the riverbend: Estepona town hall must act on E-Coli ridden river

Residents at Villas Andaluzas in Estepona are rightly frustrated with the lack of activity coming out of Estepona Town Hall

A Wasted Decade: How political corruption robbed Spain of success with renewable energies

Martin Tye of Mariposa Energia explores what's gone wrong with renewable energies in Spain.

Rewriting history

New ruling allowing people to request Google remove links to stories about them is truly scary

Hard times, desperate measures

We explore what desperate times in individual homes signify for the collective Spanish community

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





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