Tag Archive

Chico Gets His Revenge

By Hugh MacArthur

You might remember an article that we ran on a dog called Chico, a border collie, whose body appeared in February 2017 in Montefrío, inside a sack. »

Health Board Pays Out

By Vivienne Hughes

A man from Granada had an operation on his heart in 2014 but the surgeons left behind a part of a canula when they sewed him back up. »

Almuñécar Ordered To Pay

By Hugh MacArthur

The Almuñécar Town Hall will have to find 1.3m euros over an urban development deal with a real-estate company almost 14 years ago. »

Cármenes Court Finding

By Vivienne Hughes

The High Court of the land has rejected the appeal lodged by the company that built Carmenes del Mar on Cerro Gordo (La Herradura). »

Change to Divorce Laws

By Vivienne Hughes

There's been a huge change to Spanish divorce laws which will cause an earthquake where the family home is concerned. »

The Supreme Flip Flops

By Martin Myall

No, it's not about footwear but about the behaviour of the Supreme Court of the land's behaviour over mortgage Stamp Duties. »

Good News on Mortgages

By Martin Myall

The Spanish Supreme Court has just reversed its own findings and sentenced that the banks should have paid the costs in a mortgage transaction. »

Danish Tourist Strangles Wife

By Hugh MacArthur

The Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Andalucía (TSJA) has confirmed the 15-year prison sentence for a Danish tourist for murder. »

The Blueprint for Abuse

By Martin Myall

The Andalusian Supreme Court has confirmed a 30-month prison sentenced handed down on a man who sexually abused a teenage boy in Motril. »

Looming Docker Strike

By Martin Myall

Motril has 30 dockworkers who could all be out on strike, joining dockers all over Spain. »

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