28 Dec, 2013 @ 13:33
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This week’s most read news (21 December – 27 December 2013)

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

1. Where’s Naughty Nigel

Things appear to have come unstuck for ‘Sir’ Nigel Goldman with police and lawyers actively seeking his whereabouts.

2. Poorest region in Spain scoops record lottery jackpot

No less than two shares in the winning El Gordo ticket – 62246 – went to towns in one of the poorest provinces in Spain.


3. Alcaucin residents in demonstration to save their homes

More than 100 Alcaucin residents and members of Save Our Homes Axarquia (SOHA) joined forces to demonstrate against the demands of the Junta de Andalucia to revoke the licences of 16 houses in the town.

4. Sky’s the limit for Marbella skyscraper

Marbella Town Hall, under the leadership of mayor Angeles Munoz, has altered the town plans to allow a potential six skyscrapers to be constructed. The first proposed building designed by Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill will be located on the Istan road, close to the Marbella home of Real Madrid star Gareth Bale.

5. Spanish police search PP HQ

Spanish police searched the headquarters of the ruling People’s Party (PP) for 14 hours as part of a corruption investigation that earlier this year threatened to destabilize the government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.

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