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News, views and information from Motril

Vélez Benaudalla Walk

Monday, January 20, 2020
By Martin Myall
Vélez Benaudalla Walk

Vélez de Benaudalla Town Hall wants to promote tourism and sports, which translate nicely in cycling and hiking along their new footpath running above the old N-323. »

Animal Cruelty at Dog Shelter?

Sunday, January 19, 2020
By Vivienne Hughes
Animal Cruelty at Dog Shelter?

The Guardia Civil (Seprona) has begun to investigate the municipal dog compound over accusations of animal cruelty. »

Motril Lorry Driver in ICU

Friday, January 17, 2020
By Hugh MacArthur
Motril Lorry Driver in ICU

A lorry driver from Motril was involved in a road accident on the AP-7 in Castellón (Valencia) when he lost control of the vehicle. He is at present in the ICU of Valencia's general hospital »

Saudi Ship Causes Waves

Wednesday, January 15, 2020
By Hugh MacArthur
Saudi Ship Causes Waves

Again, the presence of a Saudi ship allegedly carrying arms in Motril Port has caused protests, this time from Podemos. »

Police Save Child’s Life

Tuesday, January 14, 2020
By Martin Myall
Police Save Child’s Life

Last Friday afternoon, two policemen belonging to the Motril Policía Local saved the life of a young girl who had been choking, using the Heimlich Manoeuvre. »

Slower Motril Ferry

Saturday, January 11, 2020
By Vivienne Hughes
Slower Motril Ferry

The ferry that used to do the Motril-Melilla route has been replaced by a slower one that takes up to an hour longer to complete the crossing. »

Motril Mining Park

Friday, January 10, 2020
By Martin Myall
Motril Mining Park

The Parque del Cerro del Toro (Motril) might soon leave its state of limbo and abandon thanks to a possible agreement between the Junta and the Town Hall. »

Sex Slaves in Motril

Thursday, January 9, 2020
By Martin Myall
Sex Slaves in Motril

The Brigadas de Extranjera based in Motril and Granada, as well as the Policía Nacional in Madrid, have been investigating a gang of people traffickers dedicated to forced prostitution. »

Puntalón Rubbish Complaint

Tuesday, January 7, 2020
By Hugh MacArthur
Puntalón Rubbish Complaint

Rubbish has been piling up on the old Puntalón road leading to Carchuna in Motril and apparently it's been like this for months. »

Not A Happy Ending

Friday, January 3, 2020
By Editor
Not A Happy Ending

The Motril Policía Local attempted to resuscitate a dog that had been pulled out of a flat fire on New Year's Eve but miracles are few and far between even at Christmas. »

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