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Car Fire on N-340, Carchuna

By Martin Myall

A car went up in flames on the N-340 where it passes through Carchuna yesterday afternoon causing quite a spectacle. »

Carchuna Beach Landing

By Hugh MacArthur

The Policía Nacional arrested six illegal immigrants who had landed on a Carchuna beach around 16.00h yesterday afternoon. »

Speargun Accident

By Hugh MacArthur

A young man managed to shoot himself with his own speargun whilst diving off a Castell de Ferro beach. »

Artillery Shell on Carchuna Beach

By Hugh MacArthur

Bomb disposal experts have destroyed an explosive artefact that was found on Carchuna beach around around the middle of last month. »

Carchuna-Calahonda Sulks

By Hugh MacArthur

The First Councillor of Carchuna-Calahonda is not a happy bunny over Torrenueva's independence, or better said, her lack of it for her townships. »

Ramblas Not Ready for Rains

By Martin Myall

After the first rains, beaches at the mouths of numerous ramblas were strewn with cane and other vegetation. Such was the case with Playa Granada in Motril, for example. »

Unhealthy Flotsam Trails?

By Martin Myall

Sitting on Salobreña beach you can be forgiven for thinking that we were back in the 80s because the unwholesome-looking scum was making its way to the shore. »

Carchuna Castle Controversy

By Martin Myall

The 24th of May will see the 80th anniversary of the rescue of Republican prisoners of war held captive in Carchuna fort. »

Gale-Force Winds

By Hugh MacArthur

It's been windy - no arguments there, but just how windy? One look a some greenhouses east of Motril will confirm that it has been extremely windy. »

Coastal Exploitation?

By Hugh MacArthur

The town halls along the Costa Tropical have decided to take advantage of the fact that the regional law to protect the coastline has been suspended. »

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