Monthly Archives: November 2015

Aging Unexploded Ordnance

AND unexploded Grenade OnL

Imagine the surprise and joy felt by the municipal police in Chauchina when a man walked in with a rusty, 80-year-old, unexploded grenade and plonked it on the main desk…

IBI Rise Remains

ALM Pleno on IBI OnL

There was quite a ding dong during the latest Plenary Meeting of the Almuñécar Town Council, concerning debt and a property-tax rise (IBI).

Reader’s Letter: Salobreña

SAL Paseo Flores OnL

Salobreña far from being the once attractive town to visit for tourists – its main and maybe only source of income – seems to have degenerated into a town that is fast losing its spirit.

Letter-Burning Postman

AND Arsonist Postie OnL

A Marbella postman is facing four years in prison, if found guilty, after he was caught in the act of burning several thousands letters that he hadn’t delivered.

Light-Fingered Ref?

A referee in Galicia in northern Spain was allegedly caught stealing a visiting-team player’s wallet from the changing rooms. He denies it.