Saturday, January 18, 2020

‘Law is not functioning’ as more families flee urbanisation in Denia suffering ‘VIOLENT’ take over by ‘gypsies’ and squatters

ANOTHER two families have fled an urbanisation that descended into ‘hell’ after squatters began a ‘violent coup d’etat’ five years ago.

Singer released after child murder charges dropped

Miguel Flores walked free from court in Jerez de la Frontera after the child’s family decided not to proceeed with the case

Five police officers accused of stealing impounded drugs

Prosecutors allege that the Mijas-based officers stole 175 kilos of hashish

PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Irishman arrested over Gary Hutch murder named as MGM Marbella man

Dubliner Ian Dixon, in his mid-20s, will appear in Fuengirola court today over the murder of Hutch

Dead body found dumped with ‘several gunshot wounds’ on Spain’s Costa del Sol

The body has been transferred to the Institute of Legal Medicine in Malaga with an autopsy to be carried out this week

Spanish police officer who murdered Moroccan father-of-two in racist attack has sentence REDUCED for ‘transient mental disorder’

GETAWAY: Younes Slinanni, whose body is covered by a blanket, was murdered by an off-duty Guardia Civil officer

‘Wolf Pack’ sexual abuser in Spain caught trying to get new passport

It comes days after he was forced to hand over his documents as a condition for being released from prison

75-year-old drug dealer caught in Malaga after TEN years on the run

A NOTORIOUS drug dealer is set to face justice after a joint British and Spanish police operation snatched him after ten years in hiding. Michael...

Spanish Supreme judge withdraws arrest warrant for ousted President Carles Puigdemont

Spanish Supreme Court judge Pablo Llareno announced the withdrawal on earlier today, but national warrants still stand so it is likely they would be arrested if they returned to Spain. 

African suitcase boy allowed to stay in Spain

He has been granted temporary permission to stay so he can be reunited with his mother

Gang shooting on Spain’s Costa del Crime

Gangland hit on British expat is a case of 'mistaken identity'

JAILED: British mum who abandoned three kids for a week-long bodybuilding trip to Spain

A BRITISH mother has been jailed after she abandoned her three kids to see a bodybuilding competition in Spain.  The woman, 37, left the youngest...

Turkish property scam exposed in Spain

Police are clamping down on a Turkish property scam that cost dozens of people across Europe their life savings

Man in Spain admits killing his sister with an iron in her Costa del Sol home for ‘calling him...

A MAN has admitted killing his sister while she slept in her Costa del Sol home.  The unnamed defendant acknowledged the charges against him in...

Arrest warrants for Franco-era crimes

Argentina orders the arrest of Spanish torturers

Arrests made in relation to Costa del Sol rapes

British women allegedly raped in separate attacks on Costa del Sol

British great grandmother who claimed more than €40,000 in UK benefits while hiding villa in southern Spain avoids jail

A BRITISH great grandmother who claimed more than €40,000 in benefits in the UK while secretly renting out a Spanish villa has avoided jail.  Sally...

Former Marbella mayor given two more years in jail for using town hall building materials to fix up own...

FORMER mayor of Marbella Marisol Yague has been sentenced to another two years behind bars. It comes after the 67-year-old, who is already serving a...

Cyber prankster arrested for false terrorist alert in Malaga

An 18-year-old altered a snapshot of El Pais online to spread the ‘news’ of a jihad terrorist in a Malaga shopping centre

‘He didn’t kill himself’: Brother of migrant found dead in Malaga prison says police brutality more likely to blame

THE brother of an African migrant who was found dead in a Malaga jail has demanded an independent probe after claiming his brother was...

Spain’s more than 220 new ‘super’ roadside cameras can detect seat belt offenders – with fines of €200

SPAIN is to roll out more than 220 roadside cameras that can detect whether or not drivers are wearing seatbelts or using their phones. Some...

Spain’s lawmakers gone crazy

Antonio Flores from Lawbird, reflects on Spain’s new eviction law and a plan to give residency to anyone buying a property over €160,000

Killed for five euros

Teenager stabbed over the smallest of debts while Morrocan attacker fled and was later arrested