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Fuengirola man who killed his mother and pet cats sentenced to 24 years in Spain
A SPANIARD who murdered his mother and her pet cats has been sentenced. The 41-year-old from Fuengirola was found guilty of stabbing his mother to...
Nurse in Sevilla arrested for allegedly posing as doctor to obtain drugs
A NURSE who allegedly posed as a doctor and wrote dozens of fraudulent prescriptions has been arrested and charged in Sevilla. The 45-year-old was charged...
Woman threatened to kill neighbour in Spain’s Granada over ‘cat murder’
A DELUSIONAL Granada woman threatened to murder her neighbour after she believed they killed her cat. The woman from Atarfe hurled abuse at neighbour at...
Thugs will be fitted with ‘rapist tags’ to monitor when they go near victims in new pilot scheme in...
ELECTRONIC ankle tags that can monitor sexual assault offenders are to be rolled out in Catalunya as part of a pilot scheme. The ‘rapist tags' will...
Jail for 12 Moroccans who forced the landing in Palma
A JUDGE in Palma has issued a provisional prison sentence to 12 young Moroccans who fled onto the runway at Palma de Mallorca airport on Friday night,...
Government responds as Spain’s first state of alarm declared unconstitutional
THE government has hit back after Spain's top court ruled that last year's strict coronavirus lockdown was unconstitutional. In a statement, the Minister of Justice...
Almeria politician accused of taking bribes in awarding COVID PPE contract
By Elena Goçmen Rueda A DRUGS gang turned to the corrupt supply of anti-COVID PPE protective equipment as easy pickings. So far 11 arrests have been...
OPINION: Justice at last!
British engineer Robert Mansfield-Hewitt has been released from prison this month
VICTORY: British man FINALLY released without charge after being locked up with terrorists for over a YEAR near Spain’s...
e Chichester man was cuffed after he stayed at a rental apartment in San Roque, where police seized the €5.5 million worth of drugs from an adjoining garage
Thousands march in Madrid as depopulation rocks rural Spain
MADRID has seen large protests by rural Spaniards who fear their communities are withering away. The movement, labelled the ‘revolt of an empty Spain,’ brought...
Law change needed after rockstar Gary Owens ends up in jail for crime he did not commit
Spanish courts have so much to answer regarding how Owens, of heavy metal band A II Z, came to be incarcerated for a murder he did not commit
Madrid judges probed over receiving payments in return for IT contracts
Judges have been receiving 'back door' payments since 2011
Innocent in jail?
The tale of a Dutchman's jail nightmare which turned out to be a huge miscarriage of justice
Spain in European court over environmental neglect
Two separate cases for poor waste management and a rail link between Sevilla and Almeria
Spain to boost global fight against pirate fishing
Massive boost to project puts Spain in leading position
Bartie laments the lack of justice in the world
Spanish justice at last
Mother thanks the Olive Press after son’s killer is found guilty of murder
Take a bung, m’lud?
As judge is jailed for bribery, half of Spain believes money buys freedom