Manuel Chavez, the current third vice-president to Prime Minister Zapatero, and former First Minister of the Junta de Andalucía (you know, those people in the sky with their eye on you) is in trouble with Andalucian Supreme Court.
In this life many things can be called cowardly, but few are more so than attacks on the elderly. And in 2010 more than a thousand cases were reported to the authorities and, similar to domestic abuse, the reported number is assuredly far less than the actual.
Around 100 British families are taking a Spanish real-estate developer, as well as three ex-agents of a British agency, to court after having paid out in total over 4.5m euros for second homes in Estepona; homes that were never built.
A Seville court has ordered a divorced couple of four children to take turns in occupying the family residence – the guard changing every six months.
In Málaga, a 50-year-old Romanian cyclist was peacefully riding his bike in the new bike lane when a red Seat Leon, driven by a youth, collided with him knocking him to the ground.
A 22-year-old American student from California was found at the bottom of Madrid’s Rio Manzanares. The lad had been missing a couple of days, with family and friends searching the area after he failed to appear after a night out – one discotheque doorman had turned him away because he claimed he was drunk. The…