The Spanish Navy decided that they wanted to do away with their dependency on French and American designs for conventional submarines, so they came up with the eat-your-heart-out, S80 series.
A Brazilian musician in the city of Granada reported four Policía Local as having caused him bodily injuries in December 2012. The case has finally come before the judge and the said policemen acquitted.
When was the last time you took a stagecoach ride? Yup – never, but here’s your chance, because with a bit of luck the Melegís-Cónchar line is up and running.
Has hope been dashed for the 51 homeowners in Los Pinos in Almuñécar after the supreme court of the land upheld the regional supreme court’s decision?
Well, as you’re moaning about what a dismal beginning the summer has had, look on the bright side because there won’t be any water shortages in the next two years, at least.
The First Councillor for Carchuna-Calahonda, Concepción Abarca, has been happily observing three new signposts, sporting a total of 16 individual signs.
At last, the remaining timber from the old wooden paseo (la Plaza Las Palmeras) has been removed. Work began on the 26th of June and has since been concluded.
The Nerja Councillor, Nieves Atencia, has announced that the access lane for Fuente del Esparto will not be closed to the public this summer.
Volunteers from Protección Civil came to the assistance of a woman who had injured her leg whilst with a group of 50 excursionists in Río Chillar.
Most Internet users have tinkered with the Google Streetview on their maps, where you can drag a figure of a person onto a map and get a 360º view of a particular street. Well, now Google has gone a step further and have applied the same camera technology to access places where their cars cannot reach, using a person with the camera mounted on his back, calling it Street View Trekker.