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Cortijo Prado Toro (Pitres)

By Martin Myall

After you've lived on the Costa Tropical for a while, you grow to appreciate the Alpujarra because it is so different, but at the same time, so familiar. »

Alpujarra Artist Exhibition

By Gazette Reader

The Alpujarra artists association, ANA will open its exhibition, Esperanza on Saturday the 30th of November, starting at 20.00h at the old town-hall building in Órgiva. »

Unfair Demolition Order

By Vivienne Hughes

There's a little village up in the Alpujarra called Narlia where an act of arguable injustice is unfolding in the form of a demolition. »

Motril Lorries Suffer

By Martin Myall

The Motril, road-haulage company, Comotrans, which is one of the most important such companies in Spain, has been caught up in the French/Catalan border troubles. »

Alpujarra Hospital Progress?

By Martin Myall

The Mayor of Órgiva, Raúl Orellana, attended a meeting in Sevilla with the Regional Board of Health over the promised area hospital. »

Policeman’s Assailant Dies

By Hugh MacArthur

The man who stabbed an off-duty Guardia Civil officer in Lanjarón and then promptly collapsed has since died. »

Illegal Dwelling Decree

By Martin Myall

The Junta de Andalucía announced that it intends to permit the 'legalisation' of some 327,000 illegal builds within the region. »

Los Tablones Bowman Arrested

By Hugh MacArthur

An off-duty policeman from the Guardia Civil called for support from municipal police officers to arrest a man with a bow in Los Tablones. »

Discontent in Rubite

By Martin Myall

The Motril law courts have found a worker at the Rubite Town Hall guilty of attacking a conservative (PP) councillor. »

Fake Iberian Hams

By Vivienne Hughes

FACUA, which is a consumer-rights organisation, has reported a major Spanish distributor of Jamón Serrano for fraud. »

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