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Axarquia Round-Up

By Martin Myall

(TVI01) MMoney has been alloted for the improvement of the back road that links Frigiliana to Torrox. Things are happening in Nerja concerning the sewage treatment plant, as well. »

Building-Waste-Dump Protests

By Vivienne Hughes

(CSC) Locals from the residential area to the north of the Castillo Alto industrial estate are up in arms over a plan to create a building-material dump. »

Operación Rubbish vs. Ex-Mayor

By Martin Myall

(TLV/CAT) There is an enormous illegal rubbish dump in the Rio de Miel which contains 800,000 cubic metres of assorted rubbish, but after 16 years of alleged political corruption something is being done about it. »

Nerja September Film Guide

By Louise Powell

(CSC) Paula from the Clinica Santa Cecilia in Nerja, who also runs the local cultural radio station RSAFM Sol de Almijara, has provided us with the Nerja Cineclub Film Guide for September. »

Everybody’s Beaches

By Vivienne Hughes

(TLV) There is little that Spain can thank Franco for, but if there is something, it is the fact that nobody can own a beach in Spain - they are all publicly owned and open to all. »

Anglers vs. New Age Travellers

By Hugh MacArthur

(SVC) It appears that between 40 to 50 people of different nationalities have made an illegal encampment, albeit a temporary one, on one of Maro's beaches. »

Surprise Hotel Birth

By Vivienne Hughes

An 18-year-old Irish tourist gave birth to a baby girl in a hotel in Nerja on the 10th, assisted by her 19-year-old partner and members of the hotel staff. »

Irresponsible Shoe Craze

By Vivienne Hughes

Thousands of discarded shoes have been cleared out of Río Chillar in Nerja - hikers round off their river walk by hanging them off an overhead electricity cable. »

British Man Dies from Burns

By Vivienne Hughes

A 75-year-old British man passed away on Sunday the 16th after nearly a month of being treated for extensive burns. »

Brit Saved on Nerja Beach

By Hugh MacArthur

A British woman was rescued from drowning on a Nerja beach, thanks to the prompt action of two key beach-going visitors: a policeman and a lifeguard. »