The charges, which both men claim “fictitious,” relate to a protest at the Ismael quarry close to Órgiva, when 30 worried residents attempted to block access to the works site.
Granada primary school faces legal battle and one million euro fine after an investigation found nine unqualified teachers, eight falsified salaries, and one imaginary class
POLICE have arrested an immigrant who was found wandering without food or water in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. 27-year-old Tony Brascons, who immigration officials...
Across Spain the mayor/property-developer relationship has become infamous – but what happened in Alhama? As Lisa Tilley discovers, allegations that the mayor of the town allowed a property developer to set up an office in the town hall have still not been investigated
Police recorded phone conversations of town planning chief councillor in Alhendin
Commission group owns development land, IU claims