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Merited Recompense?

By Martin Myall

(TVI05) Nine PP councillors in Nerja's Town Council have demanded payment for attending a Plenary meeting, even though they had walked out at the beginning. »

Octogenarian Bounder Arrested

By Hugh MacArthur

An 86-year-old man who was arrested by the Policía Nacional in the city of Granada had seven arrest warrants out on him - obviously a bit boisterous. »

Blasting the Streets Clean

By Hugh MacArthur

(HMI05) They're blasting the shopping streets of Salobreña with high-pressure hoses in order to clean them up - they hope to have them looking as good as new once it's finished. »

Car Arson in Salobreña

By Vivienne Hughes

(MAD01) Four cars went up in flames in the early hours of yesterday in the old part of town of Salobreña; i.e., in the old market square. »

A Town Called Disgusting

By Martin Myall

A rose by any other name... tell that to the townsfolk of Asquerosa (Disgusting). No matter that it comes from Latin, meaning Aqua Rosae, (Rose Water) it still sucks. »

English Film: The Viceroy’s House

By Maria Hehir

The next film in English to be shown in Almuñécar will be The Viceroy's House (subtitles in Spanish) on Tuesday the 12th at 18.00h. »

Paloma Gets The Pigeon

By Martin Myall

The Almuñécar barrio of La Paloma - that's the one across the main road from the P-4 - will soon have a bloody-great stone pigeon as a monument-cum-sculpture. »

La Herradura’s Wider Pavement

By Martin Myall

The boiler-suited boys have been in out in La Herradura, honed in the art of leaning on shovels, interspersed with fits of activity - the municipal maintenance workers, no less! »

Almuñécar’s Medieval Fair

By Martin Myall

It's that time of year again when Almuñécar goes just a little Medieval with the Mercadillo Medieval de las Culturas on the Paseo del Altillo. »

Grub up in the Alpujarra!

By Hugh MacArthur

Órgiva is the place to be if you're hungry over this mid-December break because until Sunday the 10th there's the Jornadas Gastronómicas Pura Alpujarra. »