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The Sunday Morning Fireball

By Vivienne Hughes

The astronomic tracking station, La Hita (Toledo) picked up the passage of a spectacular fireball crossing Spain's south-eastern skies yesterday. »

Junta Acts Against Plastic Waste

By Hugh MacArthur

The Junta de Andalucía has set in motion a campaign for the retrieval of discarded plastic from the greenhouses that has been dumped in gullies and ramblas. »

Popular Names in Andalusia

By Hugh MacArthur

What were the most popular names being given to children in Andalusia during 2017? The answer is María and Pablo. »

Ikea for Nevada?

By Vivienne Hughes

For a long time the idea of an Ikea branch in Granada has been dead in the water, seemingly, however, it's not flat lining because there's hope. »

Cortijo Burglaries Arrests

By Vivienne Hughes

The man arrested in Almuñécar accused of hold ups in pharmacies has also been charged with cortijo burglaries in Salobreña. »

Father Stabs His Own Child

By Hugh MacArthur

A father, who had stabbed and killed his 8-year-old son, turned himself in to the Guardia Civil in Almería yesterday evening. »

Gabriel’s Body Found

By Martin Myall

The Guardia Civil had their suspicions concerning the girlfriend of Gabriel's father; suspicions that led to her being caught yesterday with the boy's body in the boot of her car. »

The Missing Boy

By Vivienne Hughes

(COE26) Friday the 9th saw a large demonstration in Almería in support of the parents of the missing boy, Gabriel Cruz from Níjar. According to the police, there were around 8,000 people present. »

Walkers Visit Sorbas

By Martin Myall

Over 50 hikers from the Almuñécar Walking Club (PMD) had a great Sunday out down Almería way, in the area of Sorbas. »

Romanian Residents Office

By Hugh MacArthur

Did you know that one of the largest EU-resident populations in Motril is the Rumanian one, which is why the Town Hall opened a special office for them. »

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