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Pro-Putin Ukrainian journalist accused of treason is arrested in Spain’s Catalunya region
A Ukrainian journalist and blogger accused of treason in his home country has been arrested in Tarragona under an international arrest warrant. Anatoly Shariya, 43,...
Spanish FA say cyber hackers stole private conversations to pass onto media outlets
SPAIN'S football governing body says cyber hackers stole private conversations and emails to pass onto media outlets. The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has reported...
Life in Spain and in the press leaves no regrets for Olive Press News Editor Dilip Kuner
OLIVE Press News Editor Dilip Kuner knew he’d ‘made it in journalism’ when he saw the flashing blue lights while trying to stand up...
What NOT to do at your office Christmas party in Spain
As the work Christmas party season is upon us, Giles Brown looks back at some of his most (unfortunately) memorable bashes
Sunrise on the Rock
Belinda Beckett looks forward to meeting her favourite breakfast TV presenter in the flesh
Spanish journalist slams sexual harassment against female sports reporters after football fan grabs and kisses her on air
Maria Gomez was reporting from Moscow ahead of Spain’s shocking defeat against Russia when the incident occurred
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
Greenpeace facing tough punishment in Valencia for nuclear plant protest
Activists and AFP photojournalist facing three-year sentences
Well-loved British journalist remembered in Gibraltar
Chief Minister Fabian Picardo honours David Eade in UN speech
Balancing privacy with press freedom
Columnist Antonio Flores, of Lawbird in Marbella, on how to keep the balance
Abducted Spanish journalist released from Syria
Journalist Marc Marginedas finally able to call his family after six months in captivity
Spanish journalist kidnapped in Syria
Special correspondent last reported in on September 4
Happy sixth birthday to the Olive Press!
The team refuses to get complacent as the Olive Press celebrates six successful years
Chelsea thug caged
British expat has been convicted of assaulting undercover TV reporter Donal MacIntyre
My naked angel
It is 70 years since seminal novel Darkness at Noon – inspired by the Spanish Civil War - was first published. Matthew Pritchard recounts how erotic photographs of a naked lady may have prevented the execution of its author Arthur Koestler by fascist troops