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Some 10,500 people fined in Spain’s Malaga for breaking coronavirus state of alarm rules

Some 71 officers have filed complaints in 24 hours for failure to comply with preventive measures

Police in Spain can issue fines as high as €3,000 to people who throw their gloves and face masks...

POLICE throughout Spain have started issuing fines to people who throw their used gloves and face masks on the ground.

EU bans sale of menthol cigarettes from today, fines as high as €10,000 for shops selling them

THE sale of menthol cigarettes has been banned throughout Spain from today.

650,000 fined for breaking Spain’s coronavirus lockdown

SINCE the start of Spain's coronavirus lockdown on March 14, police have issued 650,000 tickets for breaking the emergency regulations.  Spain’s Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska,...

57 people reported in 24 hrs for breaching coronavirus lockdown in Spain’s Malaga as Andalucia revealed as the second-most...

For every hundred complaints that have been filed in Spain, fourteen have been registered in the Andalucian community.

Shocking figures reveal just a third of electric scooter fines were paid on Spain’s Costa del Sol last year

ONLY a third of the electric scooter fines in Malaga have been paid.

Policeman goes on parking ticket rampage in Spain’s Andalucia

The prolific officer racked up the haul - with a pace of almost one every two minutes

UK expats in Spain could face losing access to pensions and taxed for using credit cards in event of...

Annuities, deposit services, lending and insurance are just some of the financial actions where expats could face difficulties if the EU does not take action

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...

EU fines Google €2.4 billion for ‘breaking competition rules’

Union officials said the search engine’s results drive consumers towards the company’s own comparison shopping service over other options

The list of driving ‘offences’ that could get you fined in Spain this summer

Driving in flip flops or letting the front seat passenger have their feet on the dashboard are among the no-nos

Andalucia is the speeding capital of Spain

A total of 459,836 tickets were issued for offences

Brits caught having sex in public in Mallorca to be slapped with HUGE fine under new laws

They have been described as 'very necessary' by the council

European Commission cancels fines for Spain and Portugal

Spain has been given two years to reduce its deficit

La Liga clubs to be hit with fines over empty seats at televised matches

Spanish league to fine clubs for vacant seats shown on televised games

Children fishing in Gibraltar are threatened with fines

The Rock’s budding fisherman have allegedly been slapped on the wrists by environment officials for fishing without a licence

Spain’s National Traffic Authority spends nearly €2 million on 30 laser speed cameras

The speed traps enable a high-end way to tackle speed fiends and will be rolled out in 14 provinces

Spanish authorities use ‘sneaky’ tactics to catch speeding motorists

Traffic authorities have reduced the margins on speed cameras across Spain to reach annual targets

Residents of two Malaga towns face fines for wasting water

Villanueva del Rosario and Villanueva del Trabuco have introduced measures to safeguard dwindling water supplies.

Swiss holidaymakers caught in highway orgy in Ibiza

The six escaped with small fines for seat belt offences

Magaluf nightclub closed following ‘mamading’ oral sex scandal

Carnage Magaluf bar crawl facing large fines

Careless talk costs car driver

Car driver fined in Gran Canaria for talking to passenger

Spanish government officials face prison for corruption

Officials face up to 12 years in prison for embezzlement

UK tax authorities join forces with European authorities to fine British drivers on holiday

Hoping to make millions, UK tax authorities can now issue fines to Brits for driving offenses incurred across Europe

110km/h?… I’m getting a new road angel!

The Olive Press’s very own Clarkson of the South, Richard Brooks, on why the new limit is merely a plan to raise more revenue in fines





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