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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. »

Órgiva’s Tierra Frágil

By Gazette Reader

Artists’ Network Alpujarra is an art collective that raising awareness about climate crisis through Art. »

Father and Son Perish in River

By Vivienne Hughes

A 43-year-old father and his 17-year-old son both drowned whilst practicing abseiling down the waterfalls along Rió Trevélez in Órgiva. »

Dogs Stolen from Animal Home

By Hugh MacArthur

An animal-refuge home in Órgiva has reported that four of its dogs have been stolen after thieves cut a hole in the perimetre fence. »

Órgiva River Valley Fire

By Vivienne Hughes

Infoca was busy yesterday tackling a fire in the Órgiva area of the Alpujarras, which affected meadows and other riverside vegetation. »

A Surprise in The Junk Room

By Martin Myall

The Guardia Civil, Bomb-Disposal Squad was called in to handle an unexploded shell in a house in Lanjarón from the Civil-War period. »

Fire Suspects Before Judge

By Hugh MacArthur

The Guardia Civil have brought before the judge two suspects for having caused hill fires, one in Capileira and the other in Galera. »

Old and New in Órgiva

By Gazette Reader

The evolving Alpujarra-based, art collective, Artists' Network Alpujarra ANA is set to brighten up springtime in its beautiful area of southern Spain with its Old and New show at the old Town Hall, Órgiva »

Torrox & Alpujarra Wildfires

By Hugh MacArthur

A hill fire broke out yesterday within the municipality of Torrox in the area known as Tajo de la Zorra. »

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