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Cruise ship rescues immigrants
A cruise ship heading for Malaga port rescued 19 immigrants adrift in a boat last Friday night. The 'Adventure of the Seas' captain reported the rescue off the coast of Almeria to the emergency number 112 just after 11 pm. The immigrants, one woman and 18 men of whom eight were under age, were handed over to the Cruz Roja when the ship docked at Malaga at 5.30 on Saturday morning. A spokesman said the woman, from Morocco, was in the last stages of pregnancy. The other immigrants were also from Morocco, except one who was sub-Saharan African.
Couple to win raffled home case
A judge has ordered businessman Rafael Gómez Sánchez to hand over the value of an apartment to a British couple who won it in a raffle to promote the Arenal Golf complex which was organised by one of his companies, Dream Homes Worldwide, in April 2006. They received a huge key in a publicity stunt held for the local press but were never given the real keys.
The apartment is currently occupied by a third party but the judge ordered Gómez Sánchez, who is involved in the Malaya corruption scandal, to pay the couple its market value of €248,000.
7 out of 10 have maximum points
Seven of every ten drivers – or 612,285 – in the province possess the maximum points for never having been fined since the points system was introduced six years ago. There are 858,906 registered drivers in the province – 504,706 men and 354,025 women.
The remainder lost points for speeding (35.9 per cent), not wearing a seat belt (13.7 per cent), using a mobile phone (9 per cent) and driving while under the influence (8.5 per cent).