The stretch of motorway between Lobres and Taramay that will eventually link Salobreña and Almuñécar has been given a finish date of… wait for it… 2012.
The travelling, seafood fair stopped in Salobreña last month to bring affordable fish en mass to our hungry townsfolk.
Another sporting event to put Motril on the map was the Second Edition of the Sea Kayaking Cup of Andalucía
They were really going loco down in Acapulco this summer, as residents of the popular urbanisation in Torrenuevas had been suffering frequent water cut-offs since the beginning of July.
False-Alarm Terrorist Attack: an empty car with a false number plate parked badly outside Guardia Civil barracks, home to 17 families of the law, can only mean one of two things.
It’s time for another fishy tale or two… this time its not monster jellies perusing our shores but man-sized groupers.
The IU has denounced the Mayor for ‘removing’ parking fines against his councillors. Local IU leader, Fermín Tejero, claims that one of the councillors that had a traffic fine ‘annulled’ was the Councillor for Traffic, María Dolores Sánchez.
The Caja Rural has signed a deal with the Town Hall, whereby they will extend credit to those that wish to buy a parking space in the two controversial, underground car parks.
But it’s not all about people complaining; one Letter to the Editor in the Ideal was from a gentleman who praised the beauty of the Paseo del Altillo.
The Regional Ombudsman, José Chamizo, has not only been throwing lightning bolts at Benny over the state of Almuñécar, but he has also been casting them at the Junta de Andalucía, whom he
Peña Escrita, Almuñécar’s very controversial mountain park, has been in the news on three occasions this month, and only one them for a positive reason. The
There were three tragic deaths in Almuñécar, prior to our closing the September edition. Two motorbike accidents produced to fatalities on the same day and a man drowned in a private swimming pool two days later.