Women Wise

The Feminine Angle

Vagina Monologues Event Review

Monday, March 2, 2015
By Gazette Reader
Vagina Monologues Event Review

On February 25th a group of women from the Almunécar International Women's Group held a reading of “The Vagina Monologues” at the Centro Social Paquita Ruiz as part of these world wide events. »

One Billion Rising

Friday, February 20, 2015
By Gazette Reader
One Billion Rising

"We sang and danced to Break the Chain - joining hundreds and thousands of women in countries all over the world as part of One Billion Rising." »

Drum, Dance & Rise for Revolution

Thursday, January 29, 2015
By Louise Powell
Drum, Dance & Rise for Revolution

Almunecar International Women's Group invite you to join us on Saturday 14th February at 12.00h outside Sabina’s Restaurant. »

The Anxiety Behind Letting Go

Tuesday, April 8, 2014
By Anne Eastwood
The Anxiety Behind Letting Go

As I'm two days' away from my 16-year old's first trip abroad with her school, I find myself doing some soul searching about the realities of being a mother. »

Local Women’s News

Sunday, September 4, 2011
By Mette Owens
Local Women’s News

In the past I have written about WomenWorks, which is a network of women living and working on the Costa Tropical. One of the founders, Glen Ladeggard has decided to move back to her native home, Australia, this summer. »

Jane Miles

Thursday, July 21, 2011
By Mette Owens
Jane Miles

Jane Miles is a lovely American lady in La Herradura who deserves an honourable mention and a big thank you for her work and dedication in raising funds for El Club Herradura (the Horseshoe Club). »

Women Wise – May

Monday, May 30, 2011
By Mette Owens
Women Wise – May

What a coincidence: The woman featured in my Women-Wise article this month is called Wise; Carolyn Wise - that is. I met her at restaurant Rincón de Peña Parda, in La Herradura and was curious to hear her story. »

20 Handy Tips

Sunday, April 17, 2011
By Mette Owens
20 Handy Tips

My girlfriends and I were recently sharing very handy tips that have been passed down to us - mostly by our grandmothers. I haven’t tried all of them myself yet, so I can’t guarantee how well they work. Here are a few I’d like to share with you »

Art in the Area

Saturday, April 16, 2011
By Mette Owens
Art in the Area

We are very lucky to have such a multitude of talented and dedicated artists in our local community. Thankfully, so many of them are willing share their time, energy and passion in order that the rest of us can behold and enjoy their interesting and beautiful creations. »

Love a Child

Tuesday, February 15, 2011
By Editor
Love a Child

I have previously mentioned the social and business-networking group called WomenWorks. It is a group of like-minded women who meet the first Friday of each month to connect, support and inspire one another. »