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48th Festival Flamenco

By Louise Powell

Salobreña will see the 48th Festival Flamenco Lucero del Alba on the 5th of August, but you can already buy your tickets - be sure to because it will soon sell out! »

Hope for Nerja Medical Centre

By Vivienne Hughes

For the last 14 years Nerja has been waiting for its new medical centre and now, finally, it looks like it will finally happen, pending a category change. »

Torrenueva Cemetery Probs

By Hugh MacArthur

The cementery in Torrenueva is causing ripples: for the last 30 years the locals have been running it but now the Town Hall wants to change things. »

Hope for Los Moriscos

By Hugh MacArthur

The Motril Town Hall has until the 26th of June to save the local golf course from losing eight of its holes, which is when Hacienda will confiscate them over a tax debt. »

Bricks Move in Almuñécar

By Martin Myall

Not only is the real-estate sector most definitely moving with properties sold and bought, but the building sector is also reactivating in Almuñécar. »

Royal Home to Luxury Hotel?

By Vivienne Hughes

Villa Astrida on Playa Granada in Motril was the home of the Belgian Monarchs, but it may soon become a luxury hotel. »

New Carmenes Court Decision

By Martin Myall

For all it's worth, the provincial court has found in favour of the Cármenes de Mar residents again, but the bureaucrats are still stalling. »

At Long Last!

By Hugh MacArthur

The long awaited and much needed work on the overgrown ramblas along the Costa Tropical began on the 9th, namely in Motril and on the Rambla de las Brujas. »

Legal: Due Diligence

By Maria Teresa Velasco

In legal terms Due Diligence is the process of factual and legal investigation, research, analysis and discovery, on a business, person or asset before the signing of a contract, the signing of public documents or the purchase of an asset. »

Fly-Posting Crackdown

By David Darby

The Department of Environment is determined to crack down on the putting up of publicity on street furniture, such as lampposts and litter bins etc. This practice, commonly known as fly-posting, is getting right up the noses of the Almuñécar Town Hall bigwigs. »