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THE author of a new book on Madeleine McCann has hit back at claims by the current prime suspect that it is ‘no better...
It came after she arrested Brueckner in a children's park during a local fiesta
OLIVE Press editor Jon Clarke is publishing an explosive new book on the Madeleine McCann case. His investigation is the most comprehensive look at the...
THE Olive Press reported live from a beach on the Costa del Sol with an appearance on UK television news on Wednesday morning. Editor Jon...
Olive Press editor Jon Clarke was blown away by Madrid’s masterchef who wouldn’t even give Princess Leticia, David Beckham or Mark Zuckerburg a table
In part two of the story on Blair babe Margaret Moran, the Olive Press nearly gets the wool pulled over its eyes
He had picked up a copy of The Olive Press at Granada Airport and had been overcome by the feeling that we were in desperate need of his help.
Publisher Jon Clarke on the massive range of stories the Olive Press has tackled as it grew from a tiny office in Ronda to...
Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke is delighted to find Asturias’ leading restaurant still has oodles of rustic charm, despite a 20-year gap and two Michelin stars
We look forward to growing in strength over the next decade, with you alongside us
It comes just days after the International Business Times featured the Olive Press story
The Olive Press is the youngest publication among the winners
The accolade follows a poll of tens of thousands of expats from more than 90 different countries
Anger at corruption could see Podemos get into power in Madrid and Barcelona
Podemos will be marching down Madrid's streets in a call for a change in governance
Author Chris Stewart visited Sabinillas to officially launch the brand new Olive Press office last week
Olive Press launches a new website - OPi - for readers to have more say over our content
Publisher Jon Clarke on the beginnings of the Olive Press as a local Ronda newspaper and its evolution to a newspaper covering the whole of Andalucia
The Olive Press counts on eight trained journalists - a number former Fleet Street hands - and does not simply translate stories, kow tow to town halls and offer long boring features on flowers
Jon Clarke recalls the evening he was invited to the palatial home of Shoja ‘Sacha’ Shojai to discuss plans for a proposed university
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