This week’s most read news (30 November – 6 December 2013)

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This week’s most read news (30 November – 6 December 2013)

Take a look at the five most-read stories on the Olive Press website this week

1. British man ripped off by car transportation company

Chris Mullender, from Preston, hired Eurocar Transporters in March this year, expecting the job to take just five days. But after a series of disasters, including the arrest of the transportation truck driver, and the loss of both his car and its key, he didn’t see his car again for six months.

2. Supermarket giant Eroski embarks on shop sell-off in southern Spain

Eroski is looking to sell its stores in southern Spain in a bid to reduce its debt pile.

3. Former Jerez mayor ordered to find €11 million in bail for corruption case

Prosecutors have asked that former Jerez mayor Pilar Sanchez face an €11.4 million bail payment over the ‘Plan E’ corruption case.

4. Former Fleet Street editor killed in Benidorm road accident

Former Sunday Express editor Brian Hitchen and his wife Nelli have been killed after being hit by a car in Altea.

5. Andalucia’s black vulture population reaches new high

Andalucia’s resident black vulture population has reached its highest level in history, according to the Ministry for Environment and Spatial Planning.

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