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Private jet from Spain’s Jerez de la Frontera crashes in the Baltic Sea

A PRIVATE Cessna plane from Jerez de la Frontera airport has reportedly crashed in the Baltic Sea near Ventspils, Latvia. According to the flight tracking...

Christmas celebrations across Spain: Zambombas in Jerez

A special and uniquely Jerezano event unites the city this Yuletide

Football coach in Spain’s Andalucia arrested for sex crimes against minors who he groomed over social media

A FOOTBALL coach has been arrested in Jerez de la Frontera for grooming and taking advantage of five minors through social media. The 23-year-old Spaniard...

Red Reigns Supreme: Ducati take historic victory as Quartararo fades in Spain’s Andalucia

AUSSIE Jack Miller stormed to a commanding victory under the Andalucian sunshine in yesterday's Spanish Grand Prix in Jerez de la Frontera. ...

Quartararo doubles up in high octane Andalucian MotoGP thriller

FRENCHMAN Fabio Quartararo topped off a perfect fortnight in a thrilling Andalucian GP with his second win in Jerez. The satellite Yamaha rider fended off...

Hero pensioner, 84, sews 50 face masks a day to help medics fight coronavirus in Spain’s Andalucia

Margarita, 84, a former seamstress, knows that masks are needed. A lot of them

WATCH: Horror moment man killed by bull in Andalucia

A MAN has been killed by a bull during a festival in southern Spain.   The clip shows the animal goring the middle-aged man in the...

Paddy MacLachlan’s house building blog – Episode 5

Building this house has completely cleaned me out. Broke. Skint. Potless. It went way over budget and took much longer than planned...

Paddy MacLachlan’s house building blog – Episode 3

I really, really hope my neighbours never read this or hear about it, although I don't suppose they will. They speak less English than I speak Spanish

Scottish country dancing comes to Jerez

OP blogger Luke Andrews joins in the fun at the 22nd Annual Meeting of Scottish Country Dancers in the Iberian Peninsular

Top 5 places to dine in Jerez

OP blogger Luke Andrews presents his tried and tested restaurant recommendations for you in Jerez

Should we reinstate Jerez’s oldest mosque?

OP blogger Luke Andrews reports that last week students gave respect to their Muslim heritage, posing questions about its place in modern Spanish society

Jerez’s archaeological museum… a must see

The Archaeological Museum of Jerez - a surprisingly exquisite, engaging and complete collection of artefacts

La Guitarrón: The best wine experience in Jerez

Away from the tourist jargon and the public glare, La Guitarrón is truly one of the undiscovered jewels of Jerez

The Top Three religious buildings to visit in Jerez de la Frontera

With well over 22 churches and convents in Jerez de la Frontera, finding time to visit them all can be tricky. OP blogger Luke Andrews offers his favourites

Will anyone do something about this doggy mess?

Los disgusting Perros & the Happy Yapping Club

Ten Idiomas in Jerez set to expand

The Eton and Harrow of English academies

Jerez bar owner aiming to call time on sherry-drinking world record

David Fraser-Luckie wants a worldwide sherry tasting event

Olive Press blogger meets Syrian refugees in Jerez

Luke Andrews says we should do be doing more to help them

Sherry good in Jerez

Jerez has finally got a range of top class places to eat, writes Jon Clarke

Match made in sherry heaven

For the perfect introduction to Jerez and its sherries, the best way is via a maridaje or ‘marriage’ with food

Gypsy Kings and wandering hands

It’s a musical instrument, it’s a riotous Christmas celebration with an often bawdy difference... and it’s unique to the home of sherry, writes Joe Duggan

Winter in Jerez

An escape with Sherry by the barrel, horses and flamenco to spice things up, winter in Jerez is a getaway to rival any

Jerez helps Syrian refugees

Syrian refugees are now settled in Junta de Los Rios

La Bodega de Gonzalez Byass

OP blogger Luke Andrews takes a trip around the largest Bodega in Jerez




Extortion racket blackmailed men making online prostitute bookings via bogus adverts in Spain’s Valencia

A VALENCIA extortion racket pocketed over €180,000 from men looking to book a prostitute via a bogus website. Customers were blackmailed for not going through...


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