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Controversial Hotel Project

By Martin Myall

The main opposition party in the Provincial Council, the PP has criticised the assignation of 5m euros for a hotel project in on the Paseo de San Cristóbal in Almuñécar. »

Motril Rail Link

By Hugh MacArthur

The opposition party, PSOE, has called on the Central Goverment to study the best way of bringing a rail connection to Motril Port and then execute it. »

Menu del Dia: Political Corruption

By Martin Myall

There is a tremendous battle going on between the judicial power and the Government over the investigations and persecution of the omnipresent corruption in the Body Political. »

Reduced Blue Zoning

By Hugh MacArthur

The Salobreña branch of the Partido Popular (PP) are not happy with the governing party over the latest changes to the Blue Zone arrangement in town. »

No IBI Drop for Almuñécar

By Vivienne Hughes

There has been a Plenary Meeting of the Town Council in Almuñécar where it was proposed that the IBI tax be dropped to 0.90% from the present 1.0% - it was rejected. »

Deteriorated Sports Facilities

By Martin Myall

The Almuñécar branch of the PSOE opposition party has criticised the governing party for the deteriorated state of the Barrio del Espinar sports facilities. »

Election Rerun

By Martin Myall

It appears to be inevitable; the King is set to give the go ahead for the dissolution of the Parliament on the 2nd of May for the General Election to be held on June the 26th. »

Elections Uncertainty

By Martin Myall

In these recent General Elections, the four main parties got what they wanted, but not enough of it to be any good. The PP won, but not by far enough, and PSOE didn't implode. »

Cataluña Counts

By Martin Myall

You might ask what the Catalan elections have to do with the Costa Tropical; the answer is that what happened there affects the whole of Spain. »

Politicians Being Politicians

By Martin Myall

Whilst a report from Oxfam Intermón highlights that the number of poor in Spain has doubled, the Government refuses to exclude its minister from a pay rise. »