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13:33

Opinion

A load of bull

MARK NAYLER

...have been studying and following the bullfight - watching it, reading about it, grappling with its moral complexities, discussing it with experts - I have never heard of this alleged offence being committed in modern, professional bullfights. I am

12:14

Local

British man suspected of abuse bailed by judge

A. F. / J. C.

A 64-year-old British man being investigated for alleged child abuse has been allowed free by an Estepona judge but must sign in at court twice a month. The man, who was an English teacher, was accused by parents of girls of inappropriate

13:10

National

Euro arrest warrant withdrawn for former Catalan president

SUR

...are still detained; former vice president, Oriol Junqueras, and the two Jordis, leaders of separatist movements. The judge said that there was a risk they would repeat their alleged offences during the Catalan election campaign. The campaign started

11:53

Local

Massive haul of cocaine found on ship in Algeciras port

SUR / AFP

Barcelona and runs the import section of a fruit and vegetable distribution company. He is believed to be the person who contracted the container. Two alleged accomplices were also detained, one Portuguese and the other from Honduras. They also live in

14:55

Local

Owner injured in raid on Christmas biscuit factory

SUR.

The owner of well-known La Perla, maker of traditional 'mantecado' almond treats in Antequera, was stabbed this week after surprising two late-night raiders in the factory below his home. The alleged assailants were arrested after police examined

16:57

Opinion

Business-friendly

Mark Nayler

...party (as the PDeCAT was then called), was arrested as part of an investigation into a contracts-for-cash scandal; it was branded the “3% case” because business leaders were alleged to have secured contracts by paying CDC officials commissions worth 3%