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Oops!

By Martin Myall

The new, conservative Provincial Delegate for Agriculture, Carmen Crespo, is energetically back peddling over her remarks concerning water transfers from Rules . »

Hands Off Rules Water!

By Hugh MacArthur

Although the distribution system for the Rules Reservoir doesn't exist yet, every once in a while rumours begin about the water going to Almería. »

The Ones That Didn’t Get Away

By Martin Myall

Thinking of taking your car to North Africa? No? Well, somebody else might be, which might explain why it is no longer where you parked it. »

Granada-Melilla Flights

By Vivienne Hughes

Air Nostrum has put tickets up for sale for the routes connecting Melilla to Granada, Almería and Sevilla. »

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. »

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