Pedro J reportedly given multi-million euro severance pay
Denmark emerged as the happiest country in the world
The Olive Press looks at the best and worst Christmas presents for you to get your loved ones this year
A Spanish Labrador has been trained to sniff out lung cancer with a 95% success rate.
The grandfather of Costa del Sol tourism, George Langworthy, died penniless and heartbroken - but much adored - writes Jacqueline Fanchini
Jon Clarke talks to Mijas mayor Angel Nozal about the ‘terrifying’ 36 hours that wreaked havoc along the Costa del Sol
COVID-19 crisis: Economists predict Spain’s Balearic Islands will suffer biggest recession in its history
Economists predict the consequences of the health crisis will be catastrophic for the region
The Olive Press looks at how Andalucia is struggling to deal with the recession
In her first interview Charmaine Arbouin tells Olive Press editor Jon Clarke, about her fondness for the region and how she wants to best serve its expats
Polish homeowner Dr Matia Zanella needed some quick thinking to help save his block in Elviria
Seaman Stan Hilton jumped ship in Alicante to fight for British Battalion
A Gibraltarian institution, estate agent Solomon Levy is well-known for his love of the ladies. But he’s ‘not all that bad’
While very different, the quirky towns of Zahara and Barbate are breath of fresh air from the manufactured charms of the Costa del Sol, writes Carey Camel
A secret Swiss bank account, the near concreting of a famous white town and a soap that’s anything but...
The perverse twists and turns of politics inside the celebrated white town of Gaucín have led to the description as ‘El Culebron de Gaucín’, or The Gaucin Soap Opera.