Iñaki Urdangarin, who was released on probation twelve months ago,
The former Duke of Palma is back in Mallorca
Iñaki Urdangarin's divorce from Princess Cristina, King Felipe's sister, will be finalised later this year.
Iñaki Urdangarin and Princess Cristina - the caso Nóos trial in Palma, Mallorca
Iñaki Urdangarin and Princess Cristina arriving at court during the trial.
King Felipe's sister disputes refund of overpaid fines
Princess Cristina says that 68,479 euros are hers; Iñaki Urdangarin maintains they are his.
Iñaki Urdangarin and Cristina de Borbon were married in 1997 in Barcelona
Iñaki Urdangarin and Cristina de Borbon were married in 1997 in Barcelona.
Iñaki Urdangarin's prison release permissions can resume
Release permissions for the King's brother-in-law were suspended because of the state of alarm.
Urdangarin enjoys Christmas prison release
The King's brother-in-law is serving a five-year, ten-month sentence.
Urdangarin appealing sentence to the Constitutional Court
The husband of Princess Cristina claims that certain constitutional rights were violated.
Urdangarin goes to prison
Urdangarin is unlikely to engage in communal activities and will communicate only with prison staff.
Urdangarin given five days to enter prison
Ex-Balearic president, Jaume Matas, has decided not to wait and has entered prison.
Urdangarin summoned to hear prison order
The King's brother-in-law has had his sentence cut but only by five months.
Urdangarin appeal ruling due next month
The husband of Princess Cristina appealed to the Supreme Court against a six year and three month sentence.
Urdangarin seeking acquittal by the Supreme Court
Urdangarin maintains that his sentence was based on "illogical and absurd grounds".
Supreme Court will determine if Urdangarin goes to prison
The anti-corruption prosecutor explained that without knowing the content of the appeals, it was difficult to assess them.
Balearic public believe Princess Cristina acquittal was favourable treatment
Over half those surveyed thought Urdangarin's sentence was lenient.
Strikes, flights and Urdangarin: the week in Majorca
The husband of Princess Cristina was at liberty, everyone seemed to be planning on going on strike, there were worries about an increased number of flights, and it was revealed that it will cost half a million euros to change the name of the airport.
Urdangarin avoids prison and no bail is required
Urdangarin was greeted with jeers and cries of "thief", "return the money".
Supreme Court appeal for recovery of Nóos funds
The Balearic attorney's office is to lodge an appeal which will seek to recover the 2.3 million euros that were paid to the Instituto Nóos.
Six year jail sentence for King's brother-in-law
Princess Cristina was acquitted on tax fraud charges but will still pay a fine.
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