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The olive, which has always been a symbol of the Mediterranean, is now starting to represent the harsh challenges of living in a hotter,...
A city of palaces and churches, of history and tradition, Antequera counts for 70 per cent of the key buildings and monuments of Malaga province, writes Jon Clarke
Diner wins €2,000 in compensation after breaking tooth on ‘stuffed olive’ that still had pip inside in Spain’s Valencia
A VALENCIAN diner has won €2,000 in compensation after breaking a tooth on a ‘stuffed olive’ that still had the pip inside. The woman took...
‘UNACCEPTABLE’: Spain’s Pedro Sanchez hits back at Donald Trump’s tariffs on Spanish wine, cheese, olives and pork
"My responsibility as prime minister is to defend the agricultural sector in the face of any attempt to railroad us with tariffs"
OIL’S NOT AS IT SEEMS: Charlatan olive oils make up 50% of ‘extra virgin’ bottles in Spain, study reveals
Among the 20 charlatan drizzles named and shamed by OCU were Lidl's Olisone at €4.92 a litre and Aldi's Olearia De Olivar at €3.99 a litre, which were both deemed 'poor quality'
Green group urges investigation into potential unlawful water extraction in superintensive olive grove in Almeria
Ecologistas en Accion has urged the Spanish Prosecution Service to investigate the unnamed business, which is currently carrying out suspicious activity in a super intensive olive grove in Sorbas, Almeria
Now 400 times more water is being taken from an important Almeria aquifer than enters, an alarming situation that is being blamed on a surge in super-intensive olive production in the zone
The left-wing political group has sent the Junta a list of questions to explain their plans to replenish a crucial aquifer in Almeria, dubbed the 'last oasis in Europe', which is being run dry by large olive growers
2014 named as the worst year for olives in 15 years
Industry conference to be hosted in September