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12:11

Local

Marbella and Torremolinos, dependent on new Urban Plans

JOAQUINA DUEÑAS / IVÁN GELIBTER

In 2015 the Supreme Court annulled the 2010 Urban Plan (PGOU) for Marbella and this was a huge setback for the town when it was just starting to recover from the judicial uncertainty left by the GIL councils. Since then the municipality has had to ... pleased that a court has ruled in its favour.

18:28

Local

Wanted man who tried to kill a vet arrested on the Costa del Sol

ALVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

...to strangle her with a belt. The victim managed to flee from her attacker and called for help. At court the man was convicted of attempted murder, assault with serious injuries, illegal custody and robbery with violence, among others. He was given

12:04

National

Spain’s top court upholds sentence for the murder of eight-year-old Gabriel Cruz

MATEO BALÍN

Spain’s Supreme Court has rejected a sentencing appeal by the defence team of Ana Julia Quezada who was convicted of murdering eight-year-old Gabriel Cruz in Almeria in February 2018. The ruling has confirmed the original sentence imposed by an ... Andalusian court, which effectively means the woman who was jailed at the aged of 44 will serve at least 25 years in prison. On 23 February 2018 Quezada, who was the ex-partner of Gabriel’s father, travelled with them to the boy’s grandmother's house in ... was disclosed that she had, in fact, intercepted Gabriel when he left his grandmother’s house and took him to a remote farm in Rodalquilar to do some painting. The court heard that Quezada "intentionally and suddenly" grabbed Gabriel and threw him

11:03

Local

A man accused supplying 'El Melillero' with acid for the attack on two women is arrested

JUAN CANO / ALVARO FRÍAS

Police have arrested a man who is accused of supplying the corrosive acid to José Arcadio D.N. - nicknamed 'El Melillero' - the main suspect in the attack on two young women in Cártama on 12 January. The Spanish man has appeared in court and been ... José Arcadio D.N. is now in custody facing attempted murder charges on his ex-girlfriend Sandra and her friend Cristina. He has also made several court appearances in relation to previous cases that he was already wanted in connection with. The

17:31

LifeStyle

Novak Djokovic's ten-million-euro mansion in the Marbella mountains

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...for 10,000 euros a week, is now his property and, unsurprisingly, it has an exclusive private tennis court where he can train for the ATP circuit. Djokovic spent the lockdown in March and April at the house with his wife, Jelena Ristic, and their

20:51

National

Tougher lockdown in Madrid is illegal says regional court

SUR

The Madrid region was plunged into more uncertainty and chaos on Thursday this week in its fight against the high levels of Covid-19 in the area. A top regional court ruled that the tough new restrictions, that started last Friday night and were ... government to work with them to find legally acceptable rules. Ayuso explained that Madrid “can’t take any more”. The Madrid regional court overturned the tough national government measures on lockdown for towns over 100,000 people, applied, among other ... factors, where contagion rates reached over 500 people per 100,000 in the previous 14 days, The court was critical of central government for not having put in place a stronger legal mechanism to secure localised lockdowns in the time it had had since the

16:09

Local

Top court in Spain confirms 12 equity release mortgages were illegal

sur in english

Spain's Supreme Court has upheld earlier judgements that 12 mortgages sold by a British company were illegal. The mortgages, mostly taken out by Britons in Malaga province between 2004 and 2007, totalled six million euros. The equity release ... products were designed to reduce inheritance tax and supplement pension income. The judges agreed with the previous rulings of a Bilbao court that SL Mortgage Funding nº1 Limited (SLMF), based in Chester (UK), didn't have the proper permissions to sell in

15:14

National

Family of Franco to hand over historic house 'for time being'

M. E. ALONSO

...highly controversial. The family says Franco legally acquired it in 1941. A court sentence recently said that the historic house really belonged to the government. The grandchildren have always argued that it was a gift to Franco as a private

19:20

National

Supreme Court decides whether to ban defiant Catalan regional president from public office

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Supreme Court judges in Madrid were debating this week whether to uphold a Catalan court's verdict to ban Quim Torra, regional president, from public office for not having taken down a politically motivated sign during an election campaign. A ... He sought to shift the blame for adding stress at a difficult time to Catalan politics onto the Supreme Court and urged them to overturn the earlier decision by Catalonia's top court . The judges are expected to rule on the appeal in the next few ... eyes of a court that wants to unseat another Catalan president. I have come to Madrid to explain to them that they have no right nor reason and we are not scared of them."

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

12:56

Local

'El Melillero' insists that he was not responsible for the Cártama acid attack

ALVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

Malaga court this Wednesday. After his arrest in mid-January, he appeared before the court in Fuengirola and from there he was taken to the Alhaurín de la Torre prison. As happened after his arrest, José Arcadio again exercised his right not to ... testify and has only answered some questions from his lawyer. Ciudad de la Justicia de Málaga this Wednesday morning. ÑITO SALAS After taking a statement, the court confirmed his provisional detention and sent him back to prison while investigatons for

13:32

Local

A Norwegian family has spent a year trying to evict squatters from their house in Caleta

Eugenio Cabezas

...their homes," said the family's lawyer, Eduardo López-Chicheri. The case was due to go to court in Vélez-Málaga last Thursday. However, it was postponed until November as the squatters hadn't been allocated a lawyer. "This is a shocking situation. ... second residence. A second attempt was made by López-Chicheri, but this time it was delayed due to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. "Following the delay until November, I have written again to the court asking for an eviction order to be issued, ... will only leave with a court order," explained the lawyer, "I don't want to imagine what it will be like when we get it back," he concluded.

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

16:32

Local

Thwarted sale of a prized Sorolla reveals a plot to sell seized Malaya paintings

Héctor Barbotta

...reflected in the court orders, however. In November 2008, the investigating judge learned from a witness that Carlos Sánchez had been in charge of a series of manoeuvres in order to raise money for Roca's family and avoid it being seized by the courts. The ... Sorolla painting, whose sale was thwarted in New York. Sánchez claims not to remember to whom he sold four paintings of great value which are now unaccounted for but are being pursued by the Malaga provincial court which has also requested the transfer of

14:45

Local

Second fire at a hotel mired in a complex ongoing legal dispute

Fernando TORRES

The Sisu Boutique Hotel, which was ravaged by flames last Friday, is involved in a complex ongoing legal tangle. The company that currently rents and manages the premises should have vacated them in February this year, according to a court

12:14

Local

Acid attack suspect found guilty of beating another ex-girlfriend

ALVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

...previous girlfriend in a case dating back to 2014. The judge of the criminal court number 13 in Malaga has sentenced El Melillero to seven months in prison after delivering his verdict in one of the nine cases that the 26-year-old man has pending. El ... Melillero is already being held in prison awaiting trial for the horrific acid attack on two young women in January. The court heard that the events took place on 14 August 2016 when José Arcadio D.N, who met the young woman in a Marbella nightclub,

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

18:33

Local

The ex-girlfriend of 'El Melillero' moved from ICU two weeks after the Cártama acid attack

JUAN CANO / ALVARO FRÍAS / FERNANDO TORRES

...team to clean the affected areas, prior to a future skin graft. José Arcadio DN remains in custody in prison awaiting trial. He appeared in a Malaga court on Wednesday on charges relating to the acid attack on the two young women. As he did when he ... first appeared in court in Fuengirola, on Wednesday in Malaga he repeated that he had nothing to do with it and if he had: “I would have had burns.”

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

21:58

Opinion

The culture of corruption

Mark Nayler

Bringing a welcome change from endless, repetitive Covid headlines, the Luis Bárcenas trial kicked off in Spain's High Court on Monday. As yet, there's no proof to support the former Popular Party (PP) treasurer's claim that its then-leader and

13:44

National

Court bans Catalan president from public office for 18 months

SUR

Quim Torra, the separatist president of Catalonia's regional government, has his days in charge numbered. On Thursday, a court in Barcelona handed Torra a year-and-a-half ban from public office for disobeying the Spanish electoral commission's order ... are partly responsible for overseeing voting in national polls and electoral law requires political symbols to be withdrawn during an election campaign. Clashes at Barça- Real Madrid 'Clásico' The decision by the highest regional court in ... Catalonia isn't definitive and Quim Torra can appeal to the national Supreme Court in Madrid. The sentence, if upheld, means that the president would be forced to give up running the Catalan government, which he controls thanks to a coalition between his

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

15:57

Local

Fuengirola waste contract changes hands after court ruling

Ivan Gelibter

...place on 1 January and comes after a court found in favour of a complaint and subsequent appeal by FCC that the awarding of a contract in a tender process to Urbaser in 2015 had been unfair. At a meeting of the council this week, the town's mayor, Ana

12:08

Local

Nerja mayor to appear in court over raw sewage entering sea

E. CABEZAS

...the position between 1995 and 2005, urban planning councillor and housing councillor, Mari Nieves Atencia, former environment councillor, Jorge Bravo and José Miguel Jimena will all appear in Torrox court to be questioned over their part in the case,

10:28

Local

Call for jail sentence for the 'gambling' mother arrested after leaving her child in the car

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...requested for the mother's partner, who is also facing temporary abandonment of a minor charge. The German couple, who were holidaying on the Costa del Sol, dispute the version of the events presented to a Malaga court and the case will go to Andaucia’s ... Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia (TSJA) with a likely hearing in 2022. The National Police said the events took place in the early afternoon of last Saturday (23 January) when they were alerted by a member of the public that there was a child left

13:23

Local

Parents and landowner agree to settle Julen case out of court

Juan Cano / Álvaro Frías

The parents of Julen, the toddler who died after falling down a hole in Totalán near Malaga a year ago, and the owner of the land where the incident occurred, reached an initial agreement to settle the case out of court on Monday. The trial, in

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.

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

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