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Granada Flight Cancellations

By Vivienne Hughes

The consumers defence association, Facua, met with representatives of Aena, which runs the country's airports, over the Granada flight cancellations. »

Armilla Air Base

By Martin Myall

The Armilla military airbase was the first aerodrome in the province of Granada and one of the oldest ones in continious use in all of Spain. »

Earth Tremor Inland

By Hugh MacArthur

There was a bit of a shake and tremble yesterday, Sunday the 2nd, up near the provincial capital, in Atarfe. »

Contraband Tobacco Seized

By Hugh MacArthur

The Guardia Civil in Granada, together with Spanish Inland Revenue, confiscated over 95 tonnes of contraband tobacco in one swoop, arresting two people. »

Unpopular Poplars

By Martin Myall

A farmer decided to plant a poplar-tree plantation on his land... near Granada Airport. The next thing he knew, he had been fined 100,000 euros. »

Combative Shop Staff

By Martin Myall

Three thieves who held up a small supermarket bit off more than they could chew when they were confronted by a barrage of thrown bottles. »

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