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The Lost Fleet

By Vivienne Hughes

Today is the 456th anniversary of the foundering of the Spanish fleet in La Herradura bay during the reign of Philip II. »

Beach Cleaning Success

By Gazette Reader

(DLC13) More than 350 people, including families and children, volunteered their time on Saturday, October the 6th to pick up plastic and other waste in La Herradura and Marina del Este. »

Saturday 6th Beach Clean-Up

By Gazette Reader

Ann Jenkins is currently organizing a Community, Beach Clean-Up in La Herradura and Marina del Este on Saturday, October 6 from 10:00h until 12:30h. »

La Herradura’s Second Body

By Martin Myall

For the second time a body has been swept into La Herradura Bay. This time it was washed up onto the beach at the Peña Parda end of the bay. »

La Herradura Demolition Stayed

By Hugh MacArthur

There has been a stay of hand over the sports area on La Herradura beach concerning its imminent destruction on Monday the 1st October. »

La Herradura Work Continues

By Hugh MacArthur

Do you know when La Herradura got its first water-mains supply and sewage system? It was in 1962 - 57 years later, it's getting it all renewed. »

Town Hall Wins Herradura Case

By Martin Myall

Did you know that the La Herradura sports centre has parking underneath it? Well, it does and it's been closed for twelve years. »

Bodies Identified as Immigrants

By Vivienne Hughes

It has been confirmed that the two bodies retrieved from the sea this week; one in La Herradura Bay and one several miles off Motril, were immigrants. »

Ramblas Not Ready for Rains

By Martin Myall

After the first rains, beaches at the mouths of numerous ramblas were strewn with cane and other vegetation. Such was the case with Playa Granada in Motril, for example. »

Body Found in La Herradura Bay

By Vivienne Hughes

The body of a woman was found floating in La Herradura Bay yesterday morning in an advanced state of decomposition. »

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