30 Nov, 2013 @ 13:11
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This week’s most read news (23 – 29 November 2013)

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

1. TV trouble on the Costa del Sol

A British couple who trapped two infamous Costa del Sol fraudsters in a home-made sting have warned other expats to stay vigilant.

2. JAMES CONEY: Retired expats whose Spanish homes may be demolished are victims of corruption on monumental scale

The retired expats whose Spanish homes now may be demolished are the victims of corruption on a monumental scale.

3. Skirmish at the Gibraltar border

Gibraltar customs officers today came under attack from a group attempting to force entry to The Rock illegally.

4. Highway robbery

Police are monitoring a crime hotspot on the San Pedro to Ronda road after a series of robberies were committed by an organised gang.

5. Demolition fear for 140 more homes

Up to 140 families could lose their homes in Almeria after the Superior Court of Justice in Andalucia (TSJA) ruled that their building permits are null and void.

Karl Smallman

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