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18:34

Local

Tivoli World theme park goes into administration

EFE / SUR

Malaga mercantile court: lawyer Juan Antonio Sánchez. He now has the job of drawing up a report to determine whether the park's activity is viable or whether it should go into liquidation. Sánchez told news agency Efe on Tuesday that Cipasa has filed ... an appeal against the imposed administration which will be heard by the provincial court. Meanwhile though, the process can continue. Sánchez said that Tivoli's main creditors are the tax office (Hacienda) and the Social Security, which are owed ... around Andalucía. Sandokán claimed that the agreed sum had not been paid and took Tremón to court. The dispute is still going through the courts leaving the paradoxical situation that Tivoli is in the name of Tremón but being run by Cipasa, a firm

14:37

Local

Nerja mayor to go on trial over illegal rubbish tip by river

Eugenio Cabezas

A court in the Axarquía has confirmed that it will summon the mayor of Nerja and one of his councillors to stand trial over the illegal tipping of rubbish by a local river bed. The investigation involves seven people from the building trade as

14:02

National

Court to investigate emeritus king over commissions

Mateo Balín

Anti-corruption Prosecutors working for the Spanish Supreme Court have taken over the investigation into the country's emeritus king Juan Carlos I and the possible receipt of commissions for helping win a contract for Spain to build high speed ... trains in Saudi Arabia. Some 80 million euros in commissions has been reported as part of the 6.7 billion deal for the prestigious AVE rail system in 2011. A court report says there could be evidence against the king, who abdicated in 2014 in favour ... of his son, Felipe VI. The investigation has to be carried out in the Supreme Court due to the king's protected status and the investigation will only cover activity from June 2014 onwards, as before that date the former monarch had immunity. The

16:00

Sport

Back on the court and track... 66 day later

MARINA RIVAS / PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...gone 68 days without touching a racquet, not even when I injured my hand. It has been horrible. I haven't stopped working, but it's not the same not being on the court," he told SUR. Nor is the format that he is forced to practice during Phase One. "I ... SportMiraflores: "After so much time without holding a racquet, it's about getting back to your normal level little by little. So far, I've felt good." In the same vein, Mari Carmen Villalba from Estepona also returned to the court on Monday. First, she trained

17:07

Sport

Djokovic swaps the court for the beach after controversial training session in Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

World tennis number one Novak Djokovic has swapped the court for the beach after being given a slap on the wrist for taking part in a training session at the Puente Romano tennis club in Marbella on Monday in breach of lockdown rules. Josele ... of the hour-long session started to spread, many pointed out that playing on a tennis court was not allowed until 11 May. Management at the club later admitted that they had misinterpreted the rules and had made an error in opening up its

16:45

LifeStyle

5 June 1599: Birth of influential artist Diego Velázquez

Tony Bryant

In 1622, following the death of the king's favourite court painter, Velázquez was summoned to the royal palace and commissioned to paint a portrait of King Philip IV. The portrait made such an impression on the king, the artist was promised that no ... for the artist more than 30 times, Velázquez painted other members of the royal household, along with cavaliers, soldiers and important ecclesiastical figures. He was also renowned for painting court buffoons and midgets, although he always showed

16:15

Sport

Al-Thani family's court appearance postponed due to the pandemic

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

The coronavirus pandemic has seen a large part of the judicial investigation into the club come to a standstill, barring urgent and essential matters. As a result, the hearing to which Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani and his sons Nayef, Nasser and Rakan wer

16:14

Sport

Unicaja return to training as tests continue on coaches

JUAN CALDERÓN

...four at a time, with one player per half a court. Players can are permitted to do physical training as well as practise shooting during 45-minute shifts, after which the facilities are disinfected.