Tuesday, November 19, 2019

British father killed by single punch in Fuengirola bar fight

Holidaymaker Nadeem Aslam died of head injuries after being fatally punched in the face by a Polish man

Marbella housing fraud scammers arrested across southern Spain

The Marbella-based group of seven ran a complex scam pretending to be intermediaries for property sales

Brit busted for illegal Sierra bike tours

A British man was taking large groups of fellow countrymen on motorbike trips to the Sierra without permission.

Another year of growth, but more Arabs and even Americans buying

A new Olive Press Property Observatory has analysed what’s hot in property for 2016. Our panel of experts looked at key issues that continue to affect the market this year, writes Joe Duggan

God’s own Banksy in Barcelona

Spain’s very own Michelangelo tarts up Barcelona church - but it’s not graffiti, he claims

Los Merinos golf is “a horror story,” says famous MEP

Euro MP Michael Cashman has joined the battle to save a huge area of Unesco-protected woodland threatened by a controversial golf macro-project

Saudi prince given go ahead for housing project in Estepona

The projects entails the construction of almost 1,500 homes and a luxury hotel

British tourists will have to pay for visa to visit Spain under new EU proposal

Britons will have to pay €7 to apply for an ETIAS visa to Brussels authorities

Sabores Del Mundo: Special discount for Olive Press readers

Sabores Del Mundo online service caters for all types of gastronomic desires and, as its motto says, ‘we bring you the world on a platter’

Horse riding along virgin Mangueta beach in El Palmar

On a two-hour round trip, led by our charming German guide, the views take in fields full of sunflowers, distant hills and, of course, the shimmering sea

Study launched to investigate sustainability of Malaga’s tourist accommodation boom

The city’s Urban Environment Observatory (OMAU), a research organisation, wants to find out exactly how many properties are being used as hotels, hostels and apartments in the historic centre

British tennis ace Andrew Castle is luring expats to Almeria

The former British number one has been appointed ambassador for Spanish developer TM Real Estate Group

SEEN HIM? Ex-Scotland Yard detective launches Olive Press appeal to track down Most Wanted British ‘killer’ in southern...

COMING FOR YOU: Peter Bleksley launched a manhunt last month A LINKEDIN page under the name of ‘Kevin...

Expat demands justice after his cars impounded due to a British company being probed over fraud

Police uncovered potential criminal dealings at the now defunct company Import Spain

BREAKING: Coal company to blame for devastating Huelva fires, investigation finds

The climatic conditions caused the flames to spread with speed

Kinahan cartel member arrested in Spain for 1.2 tonne cocaine haul buried in Granada and San Sebastian

A KINAHAN cartel member has been arrested in Spain in relation to the seizure of 1.2 tonnes of cocaine in Granada and San Sebastian...

Chris Stewart: Still lost in the Alcornocales

Driving over Lemons writer Chris Stewart in the second installment of his mammoth journey walking through the Alcornocales natural park

British schoolgirl faces sunglasses horror during holiday in Spain

Laura Musson was left with a severely swollen face after suffering an allergic reaction to cheap sunglasses

Budget announcement to impose more austerity on Spain

Further spending cuts and tax increases to be unveiled in effort to plug €60 billion hole in economy

Abandoned Cadiz nature reserve to be brought back to life

Twitchers are set to flock to Trocadero Island as rare species return

Three foreign men kidnap woman and bundle her into car in broad daylight in centre of Spain’s Sevilla

THREE men have been arrested after kidnapping a woman in broad daylight in Sevilla.  The French, Portuguese and Algerian trio brazenly grabbed the woman and...

Spanish panty robbers get knickered!

Pair stole a huge stash of women’s underwear

The Charlie Hebdo journalists did not deserve to die

Any campaigning, investigative newspaper – like the Olive Press – is going to offend and upset some readers, but it doesn’t mean the journalists deserve to die. Mike Scott gives his views on the Charlie Hedbo attack in relation to the Costa del Sol

Disgraced Wolfpack gang members on trial for SECOND sexual assault after ‘groping woman’ before ‘throwing her from car’

Evil sex assault gang, including police and soldiers, charged again over new attack

Estepona exhibition for Dutch expat artist

Cathrin Boer’s exhibition was launched on December 4 and runs until January 5

Sevilla’s convents to receive facelift following $1m fund from American Express

The convents were built between the 13th and 17th centuries