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Colmenar restaurant El Olivo takes Axarquia by storm

New restaurant El Olivo is a modern take on Mediterranean food and has already pioneered creative combinations such as pasta with pear

Spaniards live longer with a life expectancy of 82

People are living longer worldwide, with average life expectancy up from 65 in 1990 to 71.5 in 2013

Price of a life: 5,000 people drown in Europe each year

Lifeguards on Spain's beaches are hard to be found outside of peak season

Oil prospecting in Alboran Sea scrapped

The Alboran Sea project had already been rejected because of environmental risk, but this will be the official termination of a project that started in 2010

Rubbish endangers Mediterranean marine life

The deep blue dump?

Killer olive grove disease could spread to Spain

Olive oil production in the Mediterranean is taking a hit from a bacterium that has already wiped out a million trees in Italy

Spain ends search for missing migrants – including eight babies

The estimated 23 missing people were swept from their boat in stormy weather

Spanish students shun the Mediterranean diet

Students across Spain are failing... to get enough Med in their diets

In Gibraltar, too many cooks is a good thing

The Rock is famous for its multicultural menu

Mediterranean Group ministers meet to discuss ‘burning issue’ of immigration

The seven Foreign Affairs ministers have met for the first time in Alicante in Spain

Spanish border guards banned from firing rubber bullets

Melilla and Ceuta have seen mass migration attempts from Morocco in recent weeks

‘Mediterranean’ diet should include avocados, says expert

After all, they did arrive in Spain around the same time as the tomato

Don’t play it just once

Andy Chapell discovers all is not what it seems at Alhaurin golf and that the challenging course takes some getting to know…

Obesity: Public enemy number one

Battle against obesity goes belly up as Spanish children are third most overweight in world

Destination China

A 17th century galleon named 'Andalucia' set off for Shanghai from Sevilla on Sunday

Gibraltar rocks

Forget sunburned ex-pats and cheap booze, Jon Clarke discovers that the Med's little Britain has had a makeover

Schadenfreude: A review of the Olive Press by A.N. Maier

The Olive Press is pleased to announce a new addition to its growing team of writers and bloggers. In "Schadenfreude", A.N.Maier will be issuing his scathing verdict on some, all, or possibly none of the stories published in the Olive Press newspaper

I am the Med

Writer Bob Maddox imagines what it has been like to be the world's greatest body of water




HIDDEN VALLEY: Late September in Spain is practically a season of its own

Late September: practically its own season. Bright, fresh days with the memory of water – the downpours of last week, which stopped summer dead...


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