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17:11

Sport

Up to 500 spectators allowed for the upcoming Challenger and ATP 250 events in Marbella

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Up to 500 spectators will be permitted at matches played at the main court at Puente Romano tennis club for both ATP events taking place at the venue next month. The court will open on 2 April to coincide with the quarter-finals of the ATP ... played at other courts will not feature spectators. The 500 fans at centre court, named after tennis great Manolo Santana, will represent 20 per cent of its total capacity of 2,500. This will be the first time any fans will attend an ATP event in

16:03

Local

Process to return territory lost in Fuengirola 'land grab' begins

Ivan Gelibter

...document was still in force and referred to several Supreme Court rulings that established that the oldest demarcation had preference, thus rejecting Fuengirola's counterarguments (that Benalmádena hasn't looked after the area in dispute - sanitation, waste ... bring in substantial revenue from building permits and the IBI municipal tax. As a result, Fuengirola town hall said it was studying the possibility of lodging an appeal with the High Court of Justice of Andalucía (TSJA) in an attempt to retain ownership

12:38

Local

Malaga brotherhood frees three prisoners in Holy Week tradition

A. M. ROMERO

...years of this tradition that three prisoners will be freed under the privilege granted to the religious brotherhood by King Carlos III in the 18th century, instead of one. One of them, Manuel C. L., was sentenced by the Malaga Provincial Court on 27 ... May 2019 for drug trafficking. He was given three years and three months in prison and fined 25,000 euros for crimes commited in 2018. On 11 July 2017, the court sentenced Antonia L.R. for a public health offence. She was sent to prison for four ... a crime he committed in 2018. In these three cases, the reports of the court and the prosecuting authority were taken into account, and it was considered that there were "reasons of justice and equity" to grant them a pardon. This is on

13:29

Local

Nerja mayor facing prison sentence over illegal dump

Eugenio Cabezas

...which will take place in a court in Malaga. Construction companies started using the site, which is located in the Sierra Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama natural park, in June 1998 and over 800,000 cubic metres of waste accumulated between then and

12:47

National

Court ruling could declare thousands of fixed radar fines across Spain invalid

SUR

A court in Cordoba has declared a fine for a speeding charge that was captured by a fixed radar point was invalid and accused Spain's roads authority, the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT), of not sticking to the rules. Thousands of fines could ... be appealed based on the precedent created by this court’s ruling after the Dvuelta drivers’ association brought the case. The court ruled that a fine was invalid as the evidence of presented "did not have two photographs taken at different times of ... times: one of them will show a panoramic view vehicle; the other, the numberplate." In the Cordoba court ruling the judgement said that only one photograph of the vehicle was taken, although two were presented with different zooms and framing.

20:38

Opinion

Custody battle

Mark Nayler

Belgium will emerge victorious. In January, Belgian courts rejected an extradition request for Puigdemont's colleague Lluis Puig, audaciously arguing that Spain's Supreme Court lacked sufficient authority to demand his return. Why would they now make a ... different decision for Catalonia's ex-president (under whom Puig served as Culture Minister), especially given that they've dismissed all of Spain's previous attempts to bring him home? Angered by Belgium's decision about Puig, Spain's Supreme Court has ... asked the European Court of Justice to publish guidelines on how a new European arrest warrant (EAW) for Puigdemont should be interpreted under EU law. But even if such a document materialises, it's hard to see how it could place Belgium under any legal