A mysterious fire broke out in the records department of the most indebted town hall in the whole of Spain, which has caused a few raised eyebrows.
The Policia Nacional has arrested a 40-year-old man and a 35-year-old woman in the Málaga Aeroport car parks for stealing unwary tourists’ baggage.
The new prices for the use of municipal sports facilities in Almuñécar/Herradura came into force today, the 3rd of September.
Whilst Almuñécar townsfolk marvelled at the size of the hailstones that fell during the Thursday downpour, up the valley farmers despaired.
The Motril Councillor for Culture, Elena Vallejo has announced that during September the mines/museum have free admittance.
The average price of housings has fallen by 13.3% in the last year. Furthermore, in June the number of houses sold plunged by 26.9%.
Well, the number of forest and mountain brush fires is 85% down on the same period 2012 but even so the devastation is heartbreaking – it always is.
Spain’s building bubble basically boiled down to more houses built than required, and it’s the same with its museums.
A mobile phone user has managed to force his telephone company to return 650 euros, charged unsolicited premium SMS’s.
From Thursday the 22nd until and including Sunday the 25th Calahonda will be holding a 70’s market on its seafront paseo.