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Surprise Ambulance Passenger

By Hugh MacArthur

It was just before six one evening in Fuentevaqueros when a car cut in front of an ambulance forcing it to stop. Four men jumped out, one with a gunshot wound. »

Local Fireman Helps in Mexico

By Vivienne Hughes

The news is alive with the Mexico earthquake and although it is on the other side of the world, it has it’s resonance with Almuñécar - one of its firemen has gone there. »

Sabina Lamb Shoulder Menu

By David Darby

Sabina is doing a Special Lamb Shoulder Menu tomorrow, Sunday 24th, so not only can you enjoy some superb food, but also get a chance to check out the new place. »

New Aquarium Inmates

By Hugh MacArthur

The population of Almuñécar’s aquarium is growing; some of it is down to the amorous activities amongst the existing population and part of it down to more having been acquired. »

Granada Metro Opens

By Hugh MacArthur

Yesterday midday, at long last, the Granada-city metro system came into service with 12 trains and 234 staff and a sigh of relief. »

Road Closed in Motril

By Hugh MacArthur

Tarmacking work on the Ronda de Poniente in Motril will mean it will be closed to traffic tomorrow - that’s the road from the Al Campo roundabout up to the hospital. »

Salobreña Peñon Reserve?

By Vivienne Hughes

Three professors at Granada University (UGR) have published a study on El Peñon de Salobreña, proposing the regeneration of its ecosystem. »

Herradura Festival del Mar

By Louise Powell

The Amigos del Mar Costa Tropical are holding the V Festival del Mar on the 7th & 8th of October in La Herradura. »

Alhambra Sunsets

By Louise Powell

Granada city sunsets, with the Alhambra in the foreground, can be spectacular - Bill Clinton reckoned so, anyway, viewing it from the Mirador de San Nicolás. »

Busy Beach Cleaning Operation

By Vivienne Hughes

Workers from the Almuñécar beach-cleaning company, Urbaser were busy last week picking up tonnes of seaweed, which had been washed up by the surf. »