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Ron Montero Fire Trial

By Hugh MacArthur

After several postponements, the trial over the explosion and fire at the Ron Montero distillery in Motril began yesterday at the local law courts. »

The Salomar 2000 Affair

By Editor

The judicial system has come down against the Salobreña Town Hall over the Salomar 2000, again, ordering it to rebuild a demolished wall and tennis court. »

Stabbed American Court Sentence

By Vivienne Hughes

The man who stabbed a North American last year in the centre of Granada has accepted a 4-year, prison sentence and a compensation liability. »

Caused by State of Road

By Hugh MacArthur

A law court in Málaga has found in favour of a road-accident-victim's family against the Vélez-Málaga Town Hall over the state of the road. »

Rum Factory Trial

By Vivienne Hughes

The trial over the fire at the Montero rum distilery in Motril will be held on the 15th of March, with two ex-employees facing charges of manslaughter. »

Delays, Cancellations & Overbookings

By Vivienne Hughes

It will come as no surprise to many weary air travellers ,but Spanish flights suffer three times more delays or cancellations than the European average. »

Hamburg Pays Out Over Pepinos

By Hugh MacArthur

It was an economic blow when Hamburg pointed a finger at Spanish cucumbers as the cause of an outbreak of E.coli, which later turned out to be false, but the damage was done. »

Tow Truck Boob

By Vivienne Hughes

The Town Hall of Dos Hermanas (Sevilla) has agreed to pay out 6,711 euros to an officer of the Policia Nacional for damaging his car. »

Builders in Court over Noise

By Hugh MacArthur

A Public Prosecutor is recommending a 3-year-imprisonment sentence for two builders over 'acoustic contamination' issues. »

Slow Justice

By Vivienne Hughes

A 64-year-old man has been waiting for eleven years for the law courts to award him compensation from a road accident. »

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