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Salobreña’s Paseo Completed

By Martin Myall

TVI03) The Salobreña PP, who were in power before the socialists there, have inspected the seafront paseo, accompanied by the national MP, Carlos Rojas. »

Av. Andalucia Work

By Martin Myall

The Almuñécar Town Hall has approved the next step in the renovation of the Avenida de Andalucia, which has a budget of 336,944 euros. »

Salobreña’s Terrorist Measures

By Martin Myall

(TRC) Salobreña has acted on the Central Government's recommendations to install obstacles on the seaside promenade to prevent terrorist attacks like the one in Barcelona. »

Brit Drink-Driver Causes Chaos

By Martin Myall

A drink-driver has caused injuries to eight people in Marbella yesterday evening when British man drove down a pedestrian street in the Puerto Banús area of the town. »

The Paseo Bars Affair

By Martin Myall

Juan Carlos has fired off broadsides and the Mayor has responded with grapeshot, but if you want to know what is going on down in the nightbars under the Altillo... »

Herradura Traffic Detours

By Vivienne Hughes

The Councillor for Traffic and Service in La Herradura has announced that owing to the imminent work on the Paseo they will be changes to traffic flow; i.e., detours. »

Eternal Paseo Work

By Martin Myall

At a recent Plenary Meeting of the Salobreña Town Council a motion was passed to petition the Central Government on the final stage of the paseo work. »

La Herradura Paseo Work

By Hugh MacArthur

The original idea was to begin work on the paseo in La Herradura at the beginning of the year, finishing before tourist season, but things seldom go to plan. »

ATM Blast Update

By Hugh MacArthur

The explosion that wrecked the ATM in La Herradura in the early hours of Tuesday the 10th was the work of a gang that specialises in this kind of robbery; this is the sixth in the province this month. »

Herradura ATM Blown Up

By Martin Myall

The Guardia Civil are investigating an attack against an ATM belonging to the BMN bank in La Herradura during the early hours of this morning, the 10th. »