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Politically Correct Puritanism?

By Hugh MacArthur

Readers will remember the controversy over a poster announcing an art exhibition of erotica; the silhouette of a nude woman was considered sexist. »

Football Derby Controversy

By David Darby

(JOA) The first ever El Clasico del Almunecar was abandoned after 65 minutes on Saturday night. I have been fortunate enough to report on many football matches in my time as a football writer, but this game can only be classed as unique. »

Goals, Controversy & Another Win

By David Darby

(WNS) CD Almuñécar City ran out 4-1 winners tonight in the semi-final of the Costa Tropical Cup in La Herradura (CD Almuñécar City are playing their home games in La Herradura until the surface has been sorted in Almuñécar) against Los Molinos. But the game was somewhat marred by the behavior of the Los... »

Town Hall Beach Backing

By Martin Myall

The Almuñécar Town Hall has waded in on the side of the three threatened beach buildings; two in Almuñécar and one in La Herradura. »

Controversy over Salobreña Film-Festival Poster

By Martin Myall

Salobreña's ever more popular cine-noire film festival this year is not getting off to a good start, thanks to its poster. »

Controversy over Almuñécar Street Work

By Martin Myall

We received a communique from the local Asociación de Empresas de Construcción y Servicios Asociados to say the following: »

Calle Real U-Turn

By Vivienne Hughes

The Almuñécar Town Hall has bowed to citizen pressure and has modified the Calle Real project in La Herradura. The controversial ramp will be shortened and parking space will be returned. »

Controversial Aerial

By Louise Powell

The proximity of Mobile-telephone aerials has always caused social turbulence and the Baja del Mar one in Almuñécar is no exception. »

Wave Goodbye

By David Darby

Even with all the economic woes being faced in Portugal, there is a non-financial story that has pushed its way to the fore and become the big talking point for the population. It centers around Portugal's Olympic committee which has banned a female windsurfer for life. Her 'crime'? Concealing the fact that she was pregnant,... »

Motril’s Blue Zones

By Martin Myall

The chief opposition spokesperson, socialist, Flor Álmon, claims that the Town Hall could be losing up to 350,000 euros a year through bad management of the Blue Zones. »

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