Looking Back: Regional and provincial news from around Granada and Andalucía
It was in 2005 when the then Minister for Public Works, Magdelena Álvarez, announced that the A-7 coastal autovía would open in 2008. We could go back 20 years, if we wanted to retrace the first steps of the autovía, but let’s keep things within recent memory.
I remember when people thought that seeing two adults, three dogs and a gas bottle all balanced on a moped was funny or a dumper truck reversing through the town with three workers hanging off the sides! What used to be funny stories are now an irritant.
So why do people do that? Why do they trash what they are leaving? Do they understand how it feels to those of us that are happy and content, or even those of us that have decided to tough it out?
Once again crime became a talking point in the village, with reports of burglaries and attempted burglaries to several bars in the village, and even one or two empty properties in Carmenes have been broken into
Has anyone heard? Yes, that’s right, I became a dad on 11/11/09, to Jack, who weighed in at 6lb 9oz, with mother and baby both in the best of health.
Hey, we’ve got a new boulevard, sort of thing. It runs down side of the river in the P-4. I’m not sure how far it goes down, but it looks as if it runs all the way down to the tennis courts, near the main road.
The Town celebrated the 20th anniversary of the inauguration of the municipal medical centre.