The Granada law courts have sentenced the Provincial Council to paying compensation to the family of a road-accident victim, owing to the poor state of the road.
The police make one arrest every four days in the province where making false insurance claims are concerned.
A woman in Zubia, Granada, was taken aback when four teenagers between 13 and 15 turned up one evening asking to be allowed to sleep in her house in exchange for doing chores.
The Mayor if Zubia (PP) has raised the salary of the Councillor of the Economy and in passing awarded himself a salary 45,000 euros. Oh, and he has raised the expense quota for attending a council meeting from 113 euro to 195 euros.
A Policía Local officer is standing trial for shooting at a noisy neighbour. He is facing three years’ imprisonment if found guilty. According to the Public Prosecutor, the accused shot at the said neighbour four times after an argument over the noise he was making.
A thief owed his capture to a tell-tale trail of frying oil, leaking from the deep fat fryer that he had stolen, all the way to his own house.
The Guardia Civil have arrested a man in Zubia (suburb of Granada) for allegedly hiding drugs in his ex-wife’s car and then making anonymous, phone tip-offs to the police. The reason? Reportedly, to gain custody of his son.
On the 15th of March there was an article in the Ideal newspaper concerning a couple that was living in the back of a car, after losing their jobs and finally their home. Such was the sympathy evoked by the article that the following day the same newspaper announced that the couple hand been offered work and a house in which to live. Read on.