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EXCLUSIVE: Gibraltar taking Telecinco, ABC and Manos Limpias to Spain’s courts

Three high-profile defamation cases against TV channel Telecinco, Spanish newspaper ABC and union Manos Limpias have been opened in Spain

Gibraltar Chief Minister awarded £30,000 damages in Manos Limpias libel case

Picardo took action against the group and its leader Miguel Bernard Remon after he described him in ‘scandalous and false’ terms in front of the European Commission in 2013

Supreme Court drags ex-Junta heads Chaves and Griñan into ERE case

They are both under suspicion of being involved in the multi-million euro scam which has rocked Andalucia’s political scene

AT LAST: Los Merinos project bunkered after decade of legal warfare

In a victory for common sense, Ronda’s ill-conceived Los Merinos double golf course macro-project has been finally scrapped

Supreme Court scraps Andalucia’s most controversial golf macroproject Los Merinos near Ronda

Ronda’s Los Merinos golf macroproject has been scrapped by the Supreme Court after almost a decade of legal warfare

Salvador Dali facing paternity suit, 26 years after his death

As Spain’s former King Juan Carlos slips out of his paternity suit, another Spanish icon is facing his own dressing down

Spanish government drivers sacked by text receive massive compensation payout

Two former government drivers have won €120,000 after being sacked by text message

Loophole found in Algarrobico hotel case embarrassing for Junta

Algarrobico Hotel edges towards legality

Spain’s Supreme Court to hear appeals for Marbella’s Malaya Case

The €2.4 billion fraud scandal saw Andalucia's largest ever trial - so a big new court had to be built for the hearing

Ex-king Juan Carlos nears legal immunity amid paternity suits

Legislation has been passed to the protect the ex-monarch

Olive Press readers overwhelmingly support campaign to demolish Algarrobico

Our online poll reveals how readers really feel about the monstrous hotel

Greenpeace not giving up after Algarrobico hotel ruled as legal

The Andalucian Supreme Court has ruled the hotel, built on a beach in a nature reserve, is legal after all

The Gurtel/Barcenas case: The story so far

The biggest political corruption scandal Europe has seen is now five years old, Tom Powell tells the story so far

Woman wins case against Marbella Vista Golf

The developers Marbella Vista Golf never completed construction of her home in the development

Spain’s top judge resigns over Marbella expenses row

Carlos Divar insists he has been ‘victimised’ as he steps down in the week Spain’s judiciary celebrates its bicentenary

‘Global symbol’ Garzon should be reinstated, say European magistrates

Medel presents a petition to the Spanish Ministry of Justice demanding the 'superjudge' be restored to the bench

Spain’s top judge faces calls to resign over Marbella jaunts

Chief Justice Carlos Divar is accused of charging €36,000 to expense account for 20 trips to Puerto Banus

Tax blow for expats in Spain

Campaign group fighting to help expats reclaim illegally charged capital gains tax loses Supreme Court appeal

Garzon case dropped by Supreme Court

Controversial Spanish judge will still face charges relating to Franco-era investigations

Garzon found guilty of phone tapping

Spanish 'superjudge' banned from practising for 11 years by Supreme Court

Where justice meets farce: Garzon, the Spanish ‘superjudge’

Selfless human rights crusader, or show-off with a warped sense of his own powers? Eloise Horsfield takes a look at the controversial career of Spanish ‘superjudge’ Baltasar Garzon

Spanish princess in the dock

Princess Cristina has been called to give evidence over allegations against husband Inaki Urdangarin

Human rights observers attend Garzon’s Supreme Court trial

'Superjudge' Garzon is on trial for investigating deaths during Franco's regime

Human rights judge on trial at Supreme Court

Judge Baltasar Garzon has three separate cases against him

Jail for Santander bank boss

CEO of Spanish bank Santander has been given a jail sentence

I want to ride my bike…on the pavement

The Supreme Court in Spain has ruled that bicycles can be ridden on pavements and in pedestrian zones


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