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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. »

Roman-Era Wall Uncovered

By Louise Powell

More remains of Roman-era walls have been uncovered in Almuñécar, owing to workmen digging trenches to lay pipes. »

Motorway Roadwork Chaos

By Hugh MacArthur

For the last two weekends the roadworks on the A-44 just before Granada has been causing sizeable tailbacks, which have forced changes in it's tempo. »

Man Has Heart Attack on Street

By Vivienne Hughes

A 63-year-old man fell down dead on Calle Mercado Alto in the centre of Motril, on Saturday the 16th around 12.30h. »

Pie in the Sky?

By Martin Myall

There is talk of building a cable car from the city of Granada to the the ski station on Sierra Nevada, a trajectory of some 19 kilometres. »

International Piano Competition

By Louise Powell

Almuñécar had its first international piano competition from the 13th to the 15th, which was held in the Casa de la Cultura. »

Another Fire in Salobreña

By Editor

There was a house fire in the early hours of this morning in Salobreña on Calle Juan XXIII, which caused three families to be evacuated. »

Motril Chiringuito Repossessed

By Hugh MacArthur

Chiringuito Oleaje on Playa Granada in Motril was built on publicly owned land; a plot of some 1,300 sq/m after the land was leased to private hands in 2011. »

Bangers for Patrol Cars

By Hugh MacArthur

The Independent Police Union for Granada (SIPLG) have denounced the fact that Salobreña's patrol cars have no vehicle insurance. »

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