Features

editorial columns by feature writers

Decade Delving

Monday, April 8, 2019
By Martin Myall

We continue with a look back on what was happening on the Costa Tropical ten years ago; the latest to reappear is about a flasher on a pushbike in La Herradura. »

Pie in the Sky?

Monday, February 18, 2019
By Martin Myall
Pie in the Sky?

There is talk of building a cable car from the city of Granada to the the ski station on Sierra Nevada, a trajectory of some 19 kilometres. »

New Page on Site

Saturday, February 2, 2019
By Martin Myall
New Page on Site

We have opened up a new page on the Seaside Gazette site entitled Your Questions, where you can leave questions and answers without having to register or log in. »

Changes to The Site

Monday, January 28, 2019
By Martin Myall
Changes to The Site

We posted on facebook the other day that we have made it possible to post comments under articles here without having to log in. Here's why. »

Elections & Promises

Saturday, January 12, 2019
By Martin Myall
Elections & Promises

(COH 09C) Yes, the municipal elections are just four months away and our politicians are warming up for the Great Porkies Olympics for the coming campaign. »

Paseo Work Drags On

Friday, January 11, 2019
By Martin Myall
Paseo Work Drags On

(COH 08C) The Mayor of Almuñécar had promised that the work on the Paseo del Altillo road would be concluded by Christmas - she didn't mention which. »

Feliz 2019!

Tuesday, January 1, 2019
By Editor
Feliz 2019!

The Seaside Gazette team would like to wish all our online followers and hard-copy readers a Happy New Year. »

Pointless Pepinos

Friday, December 28, 2018
By Martin Myall
Pointless Pepinos

(COH 03C) The Spanish say, “Me importa un pepino,” which translates into “I couldn’t give a fig or damn.” Well costa pepinos are damned, that’s for sure. »

Foreskin Fix

Friday, December 28, 2018
By David Darby
Foreskin Fix

For many years there has been a debate as to whether circumcision is necessary, with some men complaining that their circumcised penises are lacking in sensation. However, the issue of too much foreskin is usually treated in this way and of course religious issues come into play for many others. »

In The Name of Science

Friday, December 28, 2018
By Martin Myall
In The Name of Science

Christopher Filard is an investigator at the American Natural History Museum, therefore you could be forgiven for thinking that he must be a bright lad... or not? »

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