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Ferret thrown off bus by driver

A woman has issued a denuncia against a bus company after the driver threw her ferret off the bus

Holidaymakers misled into paying for free EHIC health cards

Unofficial websites are charging unwitting consumers up to 23 euros for the cards

Spanish waterworld

James Bryce gets pulled around at an incredible ‘secret’ centre for waterskiing and wakeboarding

My Spanish plums are perfect

Granada farmer strips off to promote his produce

The whiff of Spanish summer

The Olive Press looks at the perfect barbecue and spends an evening with local grill king Gordon Brown at Molino del Santo who offers some of his top BBQ recipes...

Should Beatle make the Olive Press Expat 100?

John Lennon wrote hits such as Strawberry Fields Forever in Andalucia, while Melanie Griffith and Orson Welles have also been nominated

Spanish pressure groups unite to save Ronda gorge

The green groups are opposing scheme to build 22 houses and a hotel opposite Ronda's famous gorge

Outrage as ‘scandalous’ incident sees Gibraltar kids football team abused at Spanish tournament

Foreign Office intervene as relations between Gibraltar and Spain reach new low

Cat arrested for breaking into Spanish house

EXCLUSIVE Police called in to investigate after celebrity neighbour produces 30 photo dossier insisting that the 10 year old cat broke into her house and smashed a chandelier. By James Bryce and Wendy Williams

Three shot dead in Almeria in gypsy feud

Self-confessed killer now behind bars as police presence stepped up for funeral

Spanish Prime Minister brings election date forward to November

Decision aimed at helping to increase stability as Spain battles rising unemployment

Spanish Civil War mystery solved

The ‘man behind the barricade’ has been given a name

Marbella: Like mini Los Angeles without smog and crime

Earth Wind & Fire founder Al McKay tells the Olive Press he is looking forward to costa return

Living the high life in Spain

Wendy Williams explores a magical region of myths, mountains and sleeping mayors

Marilyn Monroe sex tape to be auctioned by Spaniard

Spanish collector is selling a film he claims is a young Marilyn Monroe having sex while she was still unknown

When in Spain… slip, slap, slop

Experts warn sun worshippers to slap on the sun cream

Ronaldo still has appetite for the game

Brazilian star hangs out in Ibiza

Spanish eggs blamed for salmonella poisoning in UK

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) claims that a supplier in Spain may be linked to 136 cases this year

They came to Spain to fight for freedom

But new evidence shows that those Britons and Irish who came to fight Fascism in Spain - 75 years ago this month - were spied on in their thousands once they returned home and were all suspected of being communists, discovers James Bryce

Monty’s bag

Bartie considers why producers of television programmes treat their viewers like imbeciles

Spain is still indignant

Protesters descend on Madrid and make a move for Brussels

TOWIE star flaunts her figure in Spain

Lucy Mecklenburgh has been enjoying a break on the Costa del Sol

We will defend our Gibraltar waters

Hague and Liam Fox both defend Gib interests

Bare bones could solve Spanish mystery of Quixote creator

Spain is to dig up the bones of its most famous writer

Expats asked to be vigilant as dangerous prison break pair flee to Spain

Police believe Kirk Bradley and Anthony Downes are in Spain after escaping from their prison van




REVIEW: World’s ‘best’ restaurant El Celler de Can Roca? Maybe if it sorts out its wine

El Celler de Can Roca had just been crowned the world’s best restaurant by TripAdvisor in 2014. But how did it stand up to the Olive Press taste test? Jon Clarke checks it out