Change to payment system for motoring fines

As from Monday March 4th, anyone paying their motoring fines at the provincial headquarters of the Traffic Department (DGT) can only do so by means of a credit or debit card.

Four fined during airport protest

Two current employees and two retired Iberia staff have been fined by the Local Police in Málaga after they caused a traffic jam at the airport which resulted in passengers arriving late at the airport and flights being delayed.

Industrial fatality in Fines, Almeria

A 33 year old man died on Wednesday morning on the industrial estate in Fines after a piece of rock fell on him. The accident occurred at 08:40 while the man was moving a piece of stone from the Comarca del Mármol. The Labour Inspectorate is investigating the incident.

Administrative irregularity means some traffic fines being refunded

Courts in a number of regions have been ordering the return of traffic fines, with interest, to offenders due to technical irregularities in the processing of sanctions as a result of the introduction of the Traffic Sanctions Board (Testra) in November 2010.

Two climbers fined

In what is believed to be the first case of its kind in Spain, two climbers in Nerja have been fined for causing damage to protected plants in the Barranco de la Coladilla in the Natural Park.

Fine time in Sevilla

Sevilla Council has received the first two fines relating to the solicitation of the services of prostitutes on the streets of the city.

Breaches of Municipal Cleaning Ordinances in Fuengirola

In the first eight months of this year, Fuengirola has handled a total of 309 complaints relating to breaches of the Municipal Cleaning Ordinances, with fines ranging from €75 for minor offences to €9,000 for serious offences.

Body of missing woman found

Police have found the body of 28 year old Rosa G.M., who was reported missing on Monday after failing to turn up at work.