Friday, October 22, 2021

Opinion

Opinion: Disgraceful concrete monstrosity allowed to stand

Why was the decision put off for a month at the last minute?

Playing the game

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

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

This week’s most read news (2 – 8 November 2013)

Take a look at the five most-read stories on the Olive Press website this week

Caring at Christmas

The heart-warming tale of two generous expats who gave their flat to homeless men at Christmas

What’s in a name?

The controversy surrounding the tiny hamlet named ‘Jew Killer’ sparked the curiosity of a global audience

The Olive Press survey results revealed!

You are a bunch of linguists … and like to live the good life, eating out regularly and travelling abroad at least twice a year!

Spanish ships may have to think twice before entering Gibraltar’s water

With the British Navy on red alert following Jihadi terrorist threats, Spanish vessels could be in for a bumpy ride

We are two today

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This week’s most read news (9 – 15 November 2013)

Take a look at the five most-read stories on the Olive Press website this week

Fighting for justice

Battle to get lawyer struck off is taking far too long

This week’s most read news (16 – 22 November 2013)

Take a look at the five most-read stories on the Olive Press website this week

On the fiddle

Unemployment figures in Spain are alarming, not just for the huge numbers of people, but for what they are hiding

Movember in Spain

Keith Spitalnick is taking part in Movember to raise awareness for prostate cancer

‘One who lies and cheats’

Established dictionary makes offensive blunder

What you’re chatting about… (16 – 22 November 2013)

The Olive Press’ most commented news of the week

Left in the ashes

For many of the victims of the 2012 Mijas fires, life hasn’t got much better since thanks to continued homelessness and refused compensation

Busy taxman

For expats with offshore accounts, the recent investigations should be a wake-up call

Needless violence

Disturbing tale of a Spanish farmer battering a helpless puppy

What you’re chatting about… (23 – 29 November 2013)

The Olive Press’ most commented news of the week

Taking a bird’s-eye view of hawkers on the Costa del Sol

Hawkers on the Costa del Sol often come from a background of hardship and poverty

Unfair treatment of Ashya

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

Opinion: Justice finally served to notorious Spain conman Jose Luis Maseda

We have been writing about this rogue for nearly a decade, since it emerged he had swindled hundreds of expats out of their life savings

OPINION: Anti-tourism groups in Mallorca need to drop the spray can and talk to holidaymakers

Holidaymakers are essential to Mallorca’s economy, and don’t let Government officials or the media tell you otherwise

OPINION: Coronavirus is a real threat, but we can’t let it take over our lives

CORONAVIRUS is the word on everyone’s lips at the moment, no matter where you are.

OPINION: Old and the new as Brexit bites in many ways

The UK finally said farewell to the European Union on January 1 as the Brexit trade deal kicked in. It's a moment that genuinely led...

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