Whilst most people were moved and saddened by the death of a Guardia Civil policeman a couple of days ago, there will always be somebody who thinks it’s funny.
It was half five in the morning when the family in Las Gabias awoke to a thump-like sound in the sitting room. At first they thought that the cat had knocked something over but looking through the open bedroom door César Pardo could see a glow coming out of the downstairs room. When he entered…
The consumers defence association, Facua, met with representatives of Aena, which runs the country’s airports, over the Granada flight cancellations.
Locals in Dílar (Granada) are up in arms over the use of glyphosate on the streets, footpaths and near water channels.