Motril has several small dependencies, such as Garnatilla, for example, whose affairs are dealt with in a special office.
It would appear that the Government has bitten off more that it can chew over it’s controversial anti-abortion bill.
The new system is a LED-based one, which should make a nice difference to the cost of street lighting.
A woman stands before a magistrate and is looking at 24-months’s imprisonment for having made false claims of sexual aggression. Her victim spent four night in police cells because of her accusations.
Young David and Daniel decided to take a toy dingy out to do some fishing one evening – it went wrong. They were found twelve hours later adrift, some nine nautical miles off Cabo Sacratif, Motril.
The complete Cultural Agenda for Almuñécar and La Herradura for March, including exhibitions, theatre plays, classical music, etc.
Well over a hundred farmers belonging to the various irrigation associations in Almuñécar turned out to protest in the Town Hall Square. Some sources put the turn out as “several hundred.”
We find ourselves in the, soon to be independent, Scotland now, with a rather lovely dog called Snuffles. So how did Snuffles make the headlines? He has two noses… obviously.
Law 7/2012, approved by Spanish parliament on October 29, 2012 introduced new measures for fighting fiscal fraud. One of them is the obligation for fiscal residents in Spain, to declare overseas assets of a value of over 50.000€.
Some of the best preserved trench works of the Spanish Civil War can be found on Puerto Lobo in Huetor Santillán. If you’re interested, there is a trip there on the 8th of March.