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09:22

Sport

Damián Petcoff rescues a point

J. C. GALVÁN / OPTASPORTS

Marbella began 2017 with a draw in Huelva on Sunday in a tie that did no favours for either side’s aspirations in the league. Nafti’s side made life difficult for themselves from the start, despite controlling possession in the first few minutes. G

10:11

LifeStyle

A return to find poverty... and vitality

Mark Nayler reading into spain

One couldn’t wish for a better travel companion than Gerald Brenan. His honesty, curiosity, humour and deep knowledge of Spanish history are all on display in The Face of Spain, written after he and his wife, the American poet Gamel Woolsey, revisite

10:12

Opinion

Life-saving victims

ignacio lillo

...publicly, on a Canal Sur television programme, of he physical and sexual abuse that she had been suffering for years. That act of savagery jolted the authorities, security forces and judges into real awareness of violence against women. Thousands of cases

10:12

Gibraltar

Chief minister speaks out about legal case accusing him of torture

Debbie Bartlett

...subjected to torture and crimes against moral integrity by the police and legal officers on the instructions of Picardo. Judge Ismael Moreno will now try to ascertain the veracity of the allegations and will carry out his own investigations before deciding

10:31

Local

Torremolinos shelter boss convicted of animal cruelty gets almost four years in jail

ALBERTO GÓMEZ TORREMOLINOS

...law for animal cruelty. The remainder of Marín's sentence, a further two years and nine months, was handed down for falsifying documents. During sentencing, the judge took the landmark step to recommend a change to the criminal code to raise the ... cats "in authentic extermination sessions" when euthanasia products were administered in insufficient doses, causing a "slow and painful death" for the animals, despite running a 'zero sacrifice' policy for several years. The judge also ruled that the

17:09

Opinion

One piece of paper, three lives

IGNACIO LILLO

...request for the Penal Code to be modified, to allow harsher sentences in cases of extreme severity such as this one. This reform would, according to the judge "allow a more proportionate punitive response to be given to this type of case". One wonders

12:27

Local

Nine arrests made following wave of car thefts in San Pedro

Mónica Pérez marbella

...after thefts increased last November and December and some arrests were made. However judges released those arrested last year within hours of them being taken into custody and the thefts continued into this year. Local councillor for San Pedro,

14:27

National

British government loses Brexit appeal at the Supreme Court

Debbie Bartlett malaga

In a landmark decision on Tuesday, the Supreme Court in the UK ruled that the British government cannot trigger Article 50 to officially notify the European Union of Brexit without the approval of Parliament. The judges decided by a majority of ... it did not need to consult Parliament and that MPs had already given their authorisation when they supported the EU referendum being held last year. However, the Supreme Court judges also decided unanimously that the government does not have to

18:29

Local

'Piercing' the Porcupine sees again

Ignacio LIllo Malaga

...then comes across a serval, a wild cat from Africa, as both pretend to hunt the other, before Piercing manages to escape back to his den. "Even with very limited vision, due to his training Piercing was able to judge distance and could roughly guess

18:59

LifeStyle

A taste of the south at Madrid Fusión

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

...squid ink; grilled, shredded calamari; tomato marinade and seaweed salad, all tucked inside a typical burger bun. The juicy texture and balanced flavours won over the judges which included Elena Arzak (from the triple Michelin-starred restaurant Arzak)

10:59

Local

Former boss of Parque Animal is now accused of misappropriation of funds

ALBERTO GÓMEZ malaga

...notification sent from a judge in Torremolinos to the official prosecution authorities and private prosecution in this case, Carmen Marín used money from the animal rescue centre, which received tens of thousands of euros from Torremolinos council in the form ... Marín and her family to pay for a course of driving lessons, monthly gymnasium membership and a security system for a private home. The judge also considers that there is evidence to indicate that Carmen Marín paid for stays in luxury hotels in ... The judge also says it looks as if the association's president used the funds to pay more than 11,000 euros in restaurants between 2008 and 2010. According to the judge, Carmen Marín wrote cheques for more than 23,000 euros from the animal protection

13:42

Local

Homebuyer gets his 62,000-euro deposit back for unfinished flat

LEANDRO PAVÓN Manilva

...set for late 2007 but the moment never arrived as the company went into voluntary liquidation. The judge decided that the bank holding the deposit had a duty to return the moneyThe case, which was heard in Seville (as the developer was based there),

11:08

LifeStyle

Predictable Bocuse

A. J. LINN

Last month I heard for the first time about the so-called 'Gastronomic Olympics', a biannual competition known as the Bocuse d'Or. Started in 1987 by the great French chef Paul Bocuse, the more I looked into it the more it seemed to be a commercial c

11:16

Local

Legal proceedings started over Marbella FC's new sports complex

Héctor Barbotta Marbella

...include four football pitches, are under way over the alleged breach of town planning and environmental regulations. The La Dama de Noche residents' association filed a complaint to a Marbella judge, claiming that the construction was illegal as it was ... being carried out on protected land around the Río Verde. The judge took on the case and on 20 December started legal proceedings with the public prosecutor, requesting the town hall pass on its files to help with the investigation. The town hall, in

19:46

What to do

What to do: music and events

Denise Bush

Jilly Griffin is Vice Chairman of her local area of NAFAS, Sussex. An area demonstrator, judge and speaker, Jilly is also the Chief Steward in the Floral Design Studio at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Visitors 10€. 23 January 11am: Jilly Griffin

11:00

National

MPs call for parliamentary investigation after Bankia case widens

SUR MADRID

The wave of allegations of malpractice by ex-bosses at Bankia took a new turn this week. Officials at the Banco de España and the CNMV, the body that oversees the running of the Spanish stock market, have been called for questioning by judges

19:30

National

'Mrs Clegg' objects

IÑIGO GURRUCHAGA LONDON

...and described it as "ironic". A similar situation arose in Parliament recently, when prime minister Theresa May referred to the Shadow Foreign Minister Emily Thornberry, who is married to judge Lord Nugee, as 'Lady Nugee'. Thornberry was quick to

11:54

Local

Scam warning over fake 'floor clause' telephone calls from banks

SUR Malaga

...individually by phone or by email to say they may be due a refund. Court invalidates more mortgage clauses but for different reasons Fears of court overload Judges in Malaga have asked for additional capacity to deal with legal complaints if too many

14:02

What to do

Carnival drag queen gala

Tony Bryant Torremolinos

...gala has been organised by the ACOGAT, gay business owners association of Torremolinos, and the cultural department of the town hall. Lacquered wigs, brazen make-up and dazzling designs of all shapes and sizes will be on parade, and the judges will be

10:40

Local

Provincial Court order bouncer to be put on trial in missing girl case

JUAN CANO MALAGA

...ensuring it remained so as Klavina attempted to open it. The investigating judge added that this footage shows that he was "following instructions from Capper". The news comes after the Provincial Court considered the appeal from the woman's family, who ... after Klavina's disappearance. However, the judges have deemed that to be "a hazy piece of evidence" and will therefore not be following up on his link in the case.

12:12

LifeStyle

10 March 2005: 41 arrested on Costa del Sol linked to Ballena Blanca case

Jennie Rhodes What happened today

...properties, two aircraft, 42 high-end cars, a yacht and 410,000 euros in cash. Investigating judge Miguel Ángel Torres led the case and the following Tuesday Del Valle was sent to Alhaurín de la Torre prison charged with money laundering, tax fraud and ... six years in prison and ordered to pay a 2.6 million euro fine. Others sentenced or fined included a French drug dealer and a Finn. Media reaction at the time to the sentences was critical and questioned the decisions of the judge Federico Morales

14:21

Sport

Champion skiers hit the Sierra

INÉS GALASTEGUI SIERRA NEVADA

On Wednesday 777 international skiers and snowboarders descended upon the slopes of Andalucía's biggest mountain to compete in this year's Freestyle Skiing and Snowboarding World Championships. Using either skis or a snowboard the 'riders,' whose n

20:45

Local

Brimming over with talent

sur in english

SUR in English’s panel of judges faced another difficult task earlier this month when it came to selecting work by students for publication in this special Education and Learning supplement. This year ten schools from Añoreta to Sotogrande answered ... this newspaper’s call to submit work by primary and secondary pupils in three categories: art, poetry and written reviews. Winners in each category, as well as runners-up and others deserving of a special mention, were selected by a panel of judges ... whether or not they want to read the book or watch the film and of course with “no spoilers”. Winning primary artwork.Luis Denis González de Vega, age 10, Sunny View School. Artwork winners Despite the incredibly high standard, the judges chose

10:28

Local

Hacienda inspector arrested over alleged fees for tax avoidance advice

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS MALAGA

...this week, the undercover police operation reached its climax when plainclothes officers and the investigating judge discreetly entered Malaga's main Hacienda office, on Avenida Andalucía next to El Corte Inglés, to arrest the employee. Seven raids

14:21

Local

Tax inspector who 'gave advice' is held in jail

J.C./A.F. malaga

A Malaga judge has ordered the sub-inspector of taxes, who is accused of giving tax avoidance advice in return for money, to be held in prison. Seven other people including a lawyer, who were also arrested in last week's police operation, have been

16:30

Local

Junta urgently takes back control of Marbella's La Bajadilla port

Héctor Barbotta MARBELLA

...awaiting a judge's final ruling after it was appealed. In the meantime, the Junta has decided it cannot wait any longer and has informed the court that it has "had to step in" to guarantee the basic maintenance and operation of La Bajadilla. The move was

19:47

What to do

Music, charity and culture

Denise Bush

Charity events Animal shelter visit Benalmádena. Benalmádena Animal Rescue Shelter. First Sunday of every month, 12pm-3pm. The animal rescue centre will host visitors to see the shelter. Includes a visit by a dog trainer and vet to answer que

12:38

Local

Rifaat al-Assad, the Syrian president’s uncle, under investigation in Puerto Banús

Héctor Barbotta / Juan Cano Marbella / Malaga

...present leader Bashar al-Assad. Rifaat al-Assad is at the centre of an investigation into money laundering by a criminal organisation. The investigation, called ‘Operation Scar’, is being led by judge José de la Mata and information has been obtained ... from French judge Renaud Van Ruymbeke, who is investigating Al-Assad’s wealth in that country. From the Hama massacre to a Puerto Banús hideaway De la Mata authorised 15 raids to be carried out on Wednesday, most of them in Puerto Banús, ... premises. According to judge De La Mata, Rifaat al-Assad used seven of his children, two wives and two daughters-in-law to hide his businesses and 503 properties in Spain, which are valued at 690 million euros and were acquired through 34 companies

14:38

Opinion

Making a meal of it

Mik Woolley Brexit View

...commercial contracts under EU law; pending European court cases; UK’s Cyprus base, Gibraltar and Northern Ireland; Britain’s EU officials, MEPs and court judges; and regulatory bodies, which alone provide much for the UK to digest. As advertised, the first

10:50

Local

A year under the shadow of suspicion

Mónica Pérez MARBELLA

...a judicial investigation still under way, it’s best not to enter into a debate. “When all this is over, that will be the time to say a lot of things,” said sources connected with the association, which is still waiting for the judge to reach a

11:31

Local

Man gets mortgage reduced from 1,000 euros to 45 euros a month

NURIA TRIGUERO marbella

A lawyer from Marbella could be about to see his monthly mortgage payments come down from 1,000 euros to 45 euros after a court ruling. It follows a complaint he brought before Marbella judges about abusive clauses in the mortgage contract with

13:34

Opinion

Flied breakfast

Peter Edgerton

Man, they’re annoying. Just when you think you’ve seen the last of them, they appear again from nowhere, imposing themselves on our lives with a pompous arrogance rarely seen outside the world of professional football. No, I’m not talking about polit