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14:29

Local

Marbella judge cancels home loan quoted in Japanese yen

sur in english

A Marbella court has declared partially void a mortgage from Bankinter that was calculated in Japanese yen. The multi-currency loan was taken out in 2008 for 290,000 euros but due to a weakening exchange rate with the yen, the loan has been going ... up even after repayments and at one point was 415,000 euros. The judge said that the risks weren't explained at the time to the customer and that the loan should be changed to euros.

12:20

Local

Malaga court declares mortgage opening commission to be illegal

NURIA TRIGUERO

A Malaga judge has said that a 1.5 per cent opening commission on a mortgage was an abusive charge and therefore void. The case was brought against Malaga-based Unicaja Banco by lawyers Martínez-Echevarría acting for a taxi driver from Alhaurín ... for abusive hidden 'floor clauses' on interest rates. Marbella judge cancels home loan quoted in Japenese yen Opening commissions aren't hidden but now the surprise decision that the mortgage holder is due back 9,000 euros including interest has ... opened the way for others to possibly claim. The judge said that the amount charged didn't correspond to a real service. The sentence can still be appealed.

11:44

LifeStyle

Protests threatened if Guadalhorce hospital operating theatres are not opened

FERNANDO TORRES

that will allow its operating theatres to finally welcome patients. A statement released by the group's spokesman, Miguel Estéban, asked for “transparency” and compliance with the time frames that had been previously agreed. If this doesn't happen, ... Estéban warned that “protests will resume”. He expressed his annoyance at the empty promises of government health organisations, who had assured him that the new facilities would be open by the end of 2017. A spokesman for Endesa, the electricity ... company involved in the project, said that the firm was “ready to begin the work”, but it was waiting on work permits for the contract.

11:04

LifeStyle

“Cecilia's murder shook the town”

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Paul Bradley, like many Spanish and foreign residents living in Nerja at the time, was shaken by the murder of Cecilia Olivares on 28 September 2008. She was stabbed 15 times at the Biznaga café on Nerja's Balcón de Europa at 9.20am on that morning. ... before. Police officers had been accompanying her to and from her home in the days before her murder because she was so frightened of what her ex might do. They had escorted her to work that day and left her minutes before her murder.

12:46

National

Oxfam's branch in Spain distances itself from sex and corruption scandal

J. L. ÁLVAREZ

Vera explained that the case had been fully investigated when it happened and those responsible removed. He added that no member of the Spanish team had been involved, explaining that “at the time there was a different management and our team wasn't ... implicated”. The clarification came on the day that Oxfam International's current president , Juan Alberto Fuentes, was held in his native Guatemala in an unrelated corruption case linked to when he was finance minister there.

12:00

Local

Animal rights group accuses town hall of apathy towards abuse

F. TORRES.

Guadalmedina river. The town hall says that it is “doing all it can” and “calls an animal association when a case is reported”. LADRAM says it has offered to write a new bylaw but that the council has so far not responded.

11:05

Local

María Adela, a widow before she was 40, had lost her son to illness two months ago

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...boy, who suffered from multiple sclerosis, died just two months ago. “This family has suffered a lot,” said the mayor of La Viñuela, José Juan Jiménez on Tuesday. Several months ago her friends noticed that María Adela had started to lose weight and ... “Everyone told her not to trust him,” said Susana, who owns a local shop. “Nobody saw him because he hardly ever came during the day.” Neither did her older son or her parents-in-law approve of the relationship. “But she said that she was an adult and that

13:57

Local

Teacher arrested accused of abusing a student for three years since she was 12

Á. FRÍAS / J. CANO

A teacher has been arrested for abuse allegedly suffered by a pupil at the school he used to work at. Guardia Civil sources have said that the victim, who was 12 when the events began, had allegedly suffered repeated sexual abuse for three years. ... temporary placement and is no longer teaching there. The man allegedly abused the trust of the girl and his superiority - in the teacher-pupil relationship - to achieve his aims for three years. Sources said that the relationship between teacher and pupil ... what she was doing all the time and who she was with. Everything changed when the girl broke her silence, becoming “fully aware of her situation and decided to face her attacker and stop the abuse she was suffering”. The sources said that the teacher

19:53

Local

Marbella council takes steps so that Starlite's quarry venue can be used for other events

Mónica Pérez

...as “of special interest”, which means that normal licensing rules and opening times can be relaxed. The proposal, as previously reported by SUR in English, aims to keep the festival in the town after organisers claimed that current restrictions on the ... status, council spokesperson, Félix Romero, said, “This isn't a declaration that's been made out of thin air. A full administrative report has been carried out using a study by town hall staff.”

15:42

Local

British pensioners protest over 'bank scam' that saw them lose all life savings

SUR

A protest was held outside a Marbella court on Wednesday by a group of foreign pensioners, most of them British, who lost large amounts of money after a bank sold them a financial product that turned out to be “toxic”. Some 200 retirees, most of ... whom live on the Costa del Sol, have come together to coordinate legal action against Landsbanki, an Icelandic bank that used to have offices in Marbella and which collapsed in 2008 during the financial crisis. One affected couple are the Bowdens, a ... instead were offered a complicated financial product that involved having their home remortgaged and most of the loan going into a supposedly high-earning investment fund. All the money was lost and with costs the couple now owe 300,000 euros and have also