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Former British PM’s sister-in-law faces arrest in Spain
THE sister-in-law of former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown faces arrest when she arrives in Spain to care for her elderly father on Monday. Clare...
PART 1: How we set up the Olive Press from a derelict apartment in the Granada mountains
Whoever had kicked in the door and smashed the place up probably didn’t look wet behind the ears.
FAKE NEWS: What is it? How does it spread? Do journalists have a role in stopping it?
Local papers, like the Olive Press, have a responsibility to disseminate true information to their readership...
Axe falls on Spain’s long-running expat newspapers Round Town News (RTN) and Sol Times
Both publications were taken over by the Euro Weekly News Media Group, last year, however initial plans to make the newspapers profitable backfired
Princeton students reveal what it’s really like to work at the Costa del Sol’s Olive Press
As the University’s partnership with the Olive Press goes from strength to strength, this year’s interns Diana Tang and Grace Lee write up their end-of-term report
Spain the best at detecting fake news
SPANIARDS are among the best in the world at detecting fake news. In a seven-nation study, it was found that 58% of Spain’s citizens...
Is the way to go about running a business?
VIDEO: Author Chris Stewart on the power of journalism
He spoke at the official office launch in Sabinillas
Balancing privacy with press freedom
Columnist Antonio Flores, of Lawbird in Marbella, on how to keep the balance
The alarming attempt to gag journalists who disagree with government policies