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14:42

Local

Nerja declares war on motor homes with more than 100 fines in one week

EUGENIO CABEZAS

President of the Spanish caravan association, Jesús Gallardo, has described a recent wave of fines handed out to motor home owners in Nerja as "illegal" and a "crusade". According to Gallardo, the Plataforma de Autocaravanas Autonoma de España

12:32

LifeStyle

13 March 1861: First railway opens between Seville and Cadiz

Debbie Bartlett

1854 the plans for the southern section were approved. All appeared to be going well, but then it was discovered that the project was illegal because there had been no special allocation of funds for it under the State Budget and the awarding of the

16:05

Travel

A Chicago architectural river cruise

Andrew Forbes

...source of fresh drinking water, the river was manipulated to flow into the continent's river systems and out to sea. What's more, the urban polluters were tackled head-on. The plumbers of the city used dye to identity where illegal dumping in the river

17:03

Local

Costa del Sol, the drug smuggling crossroads

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / FERNANDO TORRES / JUAN CANO organised crime

...residential developments where they can go about their illegal business unnoticed. Strategic location Above all, though, Andalucía and more specifically Malaga and Cadiz are the gateway to Europe for drug smugglers. The province is in a strategic ... containers pass through there, including some which are full of hidden drugs, principally cocaine from Latin America, but also heroin, other illegal substances and even weapons, such as AK-47s. However, Spain is also a country in which drugs are produced,

00:51

Local

From bunker boss to 'Spiderman'

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

Soho district of Malaga, with views over the port. Police raid on illegal cigarette factory unearths six suffocating workers However 'Dobbo' knew that his luck could change any day, and that is why, when officers from the Guardia Civil's ... UK after being caught with four others running an illegal drugs laboratory in Doncaster.

16:16

Local

Public prosecutor requests two-year jail term for Nerja mayor

Eugenio Cabezas / álvaro frías / Juan Cano

The public prosecutor in Malaga has requested a two-year jail term for Nerja mayor José Alberto Armijo and Urban Development and Housing councillor Mari Nieves Atencia for their involvement in the Río de la Miel illegal dump. In addition to the ... says there is lack of evidence to suggest they took part voluntarily in the operation. The Río de la Miel illegal dump was authorised by Nerja town hall and started operating in June 1998, a year after the Cantera de Áridos dump was closed and shortly

12:28

Local

Five arrested for role in operation targeting wealthy property owners

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

National Police in Marbella have arrested five men aged between 19 and 61. They are being investigated over violent robbery, illegal detention, possession of a prohibited weapon and membership of a criminal group. According to the inquiry, the

20:50

Local

Police raid on illegal cigarette factory unearths six suffocating workers

Juan Cano / Álvaro Frías

...cigarettes an hour. Earlier in the day the factory’s masterminds had already been arrested elsewhere. Run by an organisation formed predominantly by British nationals, the bunker is the first illegal tobacco production line to be located underground in

15:34

LifeStyle

The tales of two Madrid correspondents

Mark Nayler

...never sat in the "electric chair". After orchestrating an illegal independence referendum in Catalonia in October 2017, he fled to Belgium to avoid arrest by Spanish authorities, where he has remained ever since. Last October, Spain's Supreme Court

18:14

Opinion

Status anxiety

Mark Nayler

...from 48.7% in October 2017, when the Catalan parliament held an illegal referendum on secession. It's starting to look like Torra will be yet another casualty of what his predecessor Carles Puigdemont called the "electric chair" of the Catalan

12:23

Local

Marbella's CCTV system is the most high-tech in all of Spain

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...search by appearance; if they input brown hair and a red T-shirt, the system will trawl the video for any individuals who match the criteria. This does not entail facial recognition, however, which is still illegal in Spain. Another cutting-edge

12:08

Gibraltar

Call for information about poisoned gulls

Debbie Bartlett

The Environment Department is asking people to come forward if they have any information about the deaths of a number of yellow-legged gulls who appear to have been poisoned. It is illegal to kill any wild birds on Gibraltar, including gulls, and

12:55

Local

Marbella’s CCTV system the most high-tech in all of Spain

charo márquez

...search by appearance; if they input brown hair and a red T-shirt, the system will trawl the video for any individuals who match the criteria. This does not entail facial recognition, however, which is still illegal in Spain. Another cutting-edge

10:09

Local

Drunk electric scooter user caught and fined 1,000 euros in Malaga

álvaro frías / juan cano

The Local Police in Malaga have started to crack down on the illegal use of electric scooters around the city. Police fined one user 1,000 euros at an alcohol checkpoint set up next to Atarazanas market on Christmas Eve after they were found to be

19:04

Opinion

Too close to call?

Mark Nayler

...an illegal referendum on Catalan independence in 2017. Coming just ahead of two investiture sessions next week, in which Pedro Sánchez will try to become Spain's next PM, the recommendation suggests there's a close connection between the executive and

13:26

Local

Concern over plans to repeal decree which recognises illegal houses

EUGENIO CABEZAS

...could repeal a decree to regularize many of the province's illegal homes. The conflict could end up in Spain's constitutional court if an agreement between the regional government, the Junta de Andalucía, and central government, isn't reached in the ... next few months. Recognition for illegal houses The decree in dispute was passed by the Junta de Andalucía in mid September and allows almost 70,000 illegal homes in the region to be recognised by the Andalusian government and be registered in order

18:48

Local

Some owners of illegal homes still ignored by new law, says SOHA

Eugenio Cabezas

President Philip Smalley and spokesperson Mario Blancke of SOHA (Save Our Homes Axarquía) have expressed their concern that that the new decree passed in September by the Junta de Andalucía "leaves out people who had their building licences annulled"

18:23

National

Long prison terms as judges rule on regional government corruption

SUR

...the departments at the heart of the illegal funding operation. His predecessor as president, Manuel Chaves, a PSOE party grandee, was banned from public office for nine years, escaping a jail sentence. The ERE trial, named after the Spanish

15:57

Opinion

Responsibilities

Rachel Haynes

...subsidies that ate up more than 600 million euros of public funds. Votes and loyalty from the many thousands who benefited from the handouts appear to have been what the politicians who either dealt with, or turned a blind eye to, the illegal system

11:54

National

Public money, partly spent on bribes, cocaine and prostitutes

SUR

In April 2009, the PP members of Seville council reported two former directors of the city's wholesale market for supposedly trying to charge an illegal commission of 450,000 euros in return for granting a concession to run a catering school. It was

15:44

Local

Luxembourg's most wanted fugitive arrested in Marbella

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

In the early hours of Sunday, Luxembourg's most wanted fugitive was arrested in Puerto Banús while celebrating his birthday. The European arrest warrant under his name was put out for charges of attempted murder, illegal weapons trafficking,

12:54

National

Large pro-Spain march in Catalonia as student separatist action grows

SUR

...separatist groups as many students went on strike. The protesters are asking for those Catalan leaders recently convicted over illegal independence moves to be released and for investigations to be carried out into, what they claim, is brutality by police at

11:03

National

Catalonia erupts with violence after prison verdict for separatist leaders

SUR

...prison for between nine and 13 years each had unleashed the violence in Catalonia that many had been fearing. The sentenced politicians and activist leaders had been on trial for their part in the illegal declaration of independence in the region in 2017. ... been on trial for their role in the illegal referendum and have also been barred from holding public office for the same length of time as their sentences. The longest sentence, 13 years for sedition and embezzlement, was handed to former Catalan

14:58

Local

"We're not ruling anything out regarding irregular properties"

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

The Junta de Andalucía's general director of Territorial and Urban Planning, Malaga architect José María Morente, says the regional government is open to considering any solution for illegal homes in the countryside, including the possibility of ... making them legal as has been done in other regions such as Valencia. He says his Ministry has no preconceived ideas about the matter. What is the priority for Decree 3/2019 regarding illegal properties? The environment and people. We are ... concerned about people living in the countryside, in houses that can't be demolished as there are other measures available, because they are contaminating their surroundings and causing tremendous environmental problems. Their situation is illegal and is

12:56

National

Journalists protest at rise in harassment in Catalonia

CRISTIAN REINO

...is increasing", adding that Catalonia was now "hostile territory" for the press to report from. Last week, a television reporter was subject to abuse live on air while reporting protests marking the second anniversary of the illegal independence

14:40

Travel

48 hours in Melilla

Ash Bolton

...about Melilla - so I was curious about what I would find here. My only knowledge of the border town up to this point, was that scores of illegal migrants regularly try to jump over the border fence in order to make it to Europe. La Vieja I

11:46

National

Junta takes big step towards regularising many more of the 327,000 illegal homes in Andalucía

MARÍA DOLORES TOLOSA

The Junta de Andalucía regional government approved on Tuesday a decree to regularise homes built with illegal planning permission. There are an estimated 327,000 properties in this precarious position in Andalucía, with thousands owned by foreign ... residents. Many of these illegal homes are in the Axarquía area of Malaga province, as well as the Almanzora valley in Almeria, the countryside around Cordoba and the eastern plateau of Granada province. Owners welcome measures but say they still fall ... However the Junta explained that this is not an amnesty for homes built in environmentally-sensitive areas. The main thrust of the new decree is that to regularise a home, a time period has to have passed so there is no illegal judgement pending, which

11:45

National

Owners welcome measures but say they still fall short of what's needed

A. PELÁEZ / H. BARBOTTA

Tuesday's decree came as good news for many, but there are still some who believe that the Junta de Andalucía's measures don't quite go far enough. While the group Save Our Homes Axarquía (SOHA) and a collective representing owners of illegal homes ... hands." This was echoed by Mario Blancke, Alcaucín councillor for Planning: "This isn't a gift. This isn't legalisation." Juan Antonio Blanco, owner of an illegal home in Mijas said: "Around 10 per cent of us have court orders against us and while

10:55

Opinion

A day of two halves

Mark Nayler

...movement that has suffered heavy setbacks since the illegal independence referendum of October 2017. Both perspectives have a share of the truth. The more common interpretation of the lower turnout, certainly in the international press, has been that ... the "independistas"; two years later, as then Catalan president Artur Mas prepared to hold an independence referendum deemed illegal by Spanish courts, that figure rose to 1.8 million - over one million more people than took to the streets this week. ... Carles Puigdemont, held an illegal independence referendum, which saw 92% of a 43% turnout vote in favour of splitting from Spain. The aftermath was sad and shambolic, as Mariano Rajoy's government imposed centralised control of the region and leading

15:14

Local

British drug trafficking organisation is broken up at Marbella marina

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...moored in Marbella's marina. More than 100,000 euros in cash was discovered, stashed away in a secret compartment on the yacht, alongside 51 bags of the drug. The ring of drug traffickers allegedly had been using the yacht to transport the illegal

10:26

Local

Parking fines reach their peak on the Costa del Sol

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...impact on the roads, the beaches and popular tourist areas, so driving or finding somewhere to park can become a real ordeal. Areas near beaches are the most affected by illegal parking, and the lack of spaces is the aspect most criticised by visitors

14:48

LifeStyle

Sharing political ideas for integration

Jennie Rhodes

...around the village so of course many have been caught up in the illegal housing problem," Jiménez López admits and adds that Ria's help as well as organisations like SOHA (Save Our Homes Axarquía) have been a vital lifeline for people who have found

15:23

Opinion

Doom and gloom

Mark Nayler

...and the Socialists. There's been even less political certainty since October 2017, when Catalonia's regional government held an illegal independence referendum, prompting a furious backlash from Madrid. Ever since the historic vote of 2015 - which

13:15

Opinion

Difficult questions

Mark Nayler

...eradication of illegal immigration into the country. Like other right-wing parties throughout Europe, Vox is usually branded as "anti-immigration", a label that's not necessarily inaccurate, but one that nevertheless flattens out the nuances of its ... Andalusian coast (around half of all undocumented immigrants who crossed the Mediterranean last year ended up on Spanish shores). On the other hand, Abascal sounds depressingly like Donald Trump when he talks of deporting, without exception, all illegal

12:09

Local

Man caught dumping illegally at notorious spot by Malaga airport

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

He is not the only culprit, but police have caught a man in the act of dumping construction debris at a blackspot for illegal fly tipping close to Malaga Airport. Recently several locations in the area of San Julián, near the end of the runaway,