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Bread is King!

By Martin Myall

(COH 10B) It doesn't take long, living in Spain, to realise that bread has a special relevance here: el pan no se tira, for example. »

Greenhouse Plastic Problem

By Vivienne Hughes

A Plenary Meeting of the Motril Town Council unanimously approved a motion concerning the disposal of greenhouse plastic. »

Ode to Summer

By Anne Eastwood

You might be forgiven for believing that the main draw for foreigners in Andalusia is the weather; the sun, warmth and relaxed lifestyle, but wait... »

They’re Here!

By Hugh MacArthur

And the jellyfish invasion is already in full swing with waves of them appearing off Almuñécar, Motril and Salobreña beaches. »

Salomar 2000 Wins Case

By Martin Myall

(COH 09B) The Salobreña opposition party, El Partido Popular, says that it has just discovered that the Town Hall has to pay 400,000 euros to Salomar 2000. »

Summer Rubbish Collection

By Vivienne Hughes

The Almuñécar Town Hall would like it known that from the 22nd of June through to the 15th of September rubbish collection times will adapt to summer hours. »

Irksome Promotional Video

By Martin Myall

The Costa Tropical has many attractive features, both natural and manmade, but what it doesn't have is house caves, despite a recent promotional video's content. »

Car Break-ins Thieves Caught

By Hugh MacArthur

(DLC 06) Two Moroccans were arrested by the Guardia Civil, as part of Operación Mohumi, in Carchuna in connection with thefts of valuables from parked cars. »

The Majuelo Swamps

By Martin Myall

The Almuñécar archeologist, Elena Navas, has responded so doubts cast on the accumulation of water in the fish-salting pits in the Parque Majuelo. »

Clobbered by a Strelitzia

By Hugh MacArthur

A couple had the fright of their lives whilst they were eating ice cream on bench on the Paseo del Altillolast Sunday - a tree fell on one them. »

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