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16:05

Local

Home of corrupt former Marbella planning boss is sold by a court despite him still living there

Nieves Castro

A luxury apartment, one of the homes of Marbella's jailed former town-planning boss has finally been sold by the court. The 535-square-metre single-floor property is between Avenida Ricardo Soriano and the Paseo Marítimo. It was one of the many ... high-value assets frozen as now-released Juan Antonio Roca was sent to jail in the infamous corruption scandals that rocked the resort over ten years ago. The eight-bedroom property was put on sale on a court-supervised website for 2.6 million euros but in ... emerged that Roca has complained to a court in Madrid. His lawyers told the court that heard the 'Saqueo II' part of the trials that it is not fair that he is being targeted for his assets (in this case alone he was ordered to pay back 37 million euros).

15:01

Gibraltar

Gibraltar releases Grace 1 despite US request to detain it

Debbie Bartlett

The Supreme Court in Gibraltar decided on Thursday afternoon to release the supertanker Grace 1, which had been detained on 4 July because it was believed that the ship was carrying crude oil to a refinery in Syria and thereby contravening EU ... sanctions. The captain and two crew members who had been under arrest were released by the court on Thursday morning, but the expected order to also release the ship was not forthcoming because there had been a last-minute attempt from the US Department of ... Justice to seize the ship under a new legal procedure on a number of allegations. The court was adjourned until 4pm while the American request was considered. In a statement issued on Thursday afternoon, Gibraltar's chief minister, Fabian Picardo, said

16:13

National

Spain to take some migrants from Open Arms rescue ship

SUR

Lampedusa. Despite resistance to docking from the Italian government for the last two weeks, on Wednesday a court in Italy said on humanitarian grounds the vessel had to be allowed in. But coastguards did not immediately let them reach land on Thursday.

12:47

National

EU takes Spain to court over poor air quality

SUR

The European Commission has reported Spain to the European Court of Justice for failing to comply with air quality standards in Madrid, Barcelona and the Vallès-Baix Llobregat area of Catalonia. It says that these areas have an excessive amount

13:02

National

Seville told it can't have big cruise ships in city

SUR.

The Supreme Court has told business leaders in Seville that they cannot dredge the Guadalquivir river to create a channel for larger cruise ships. The court said it would damage the delicate environment of the Doñana National Park. Seville had

16:39

National

Supreme Court increases sentence in high-profile 'wolfpack' sex case

SUR

The Supreme Court has changed the initial trial verdict in the high-profile 'La Manada' (wolfpack) case and increased the sentence. Its decision last Friday brought widespread public praise, especially from women's rights groups. The six friends ... phone. The original sentence after the men's trial in Pamploma made headlines for stating that the lesser offence of sexual abuse applied. The decision was upheld by a local appeal court last year, although the judge's panel had been split over it. ... There were widespread street protests at the time and outrage at the apparent leniency of the sentence. The Supreme Court has now overturned the original verdict. In its explanation of the decision, the Madrid-based court argued that the men were lucky

13:21

National

Reburial of Franco's body is halted by Supreme Court

SUR

The Supreme Court has blocked the acting government's plan to exhume the body of dictator General Franco from his ceremonial resting place next Monday, 10 June. The ban on reburial is temporary while objections are heard and comes after Franco's ... the general next to his wife in a small cemetery outside Madrid. Now this has been stopped, with the court saying it was in the public interest to debate the move further. The acting government said the delay "wasn't a disaster" but sources expect ... Franco's family to take their case as far as the European Court of Human Rights.

10:53

Local

New court investigation complicates Nozal's bid to be mayor of Mijas

I. GELIBTER

A court investigation into possible irregularities in the granting of sports subsidies threatens to complicate local PP leader Ángel Nozal's already difficult bid to be invested as mayor of Mijas next week. The former mayor, who won the recent ... election but needs support from other groups, was called in to a Fuengirola court for questioning on Thursday, along with the PP spokesperson Mario Bravo, who is also under investigation. This is the eighth court inquiry open against Nozal, whose party