On the subject of roadworks, which include the inevitable elimination of free parking, the Councillor for Traffic and Citizen Safety, María Dolores Sánchez Montes, announced that the Town Hall would be issuing a new band to ‘facilitate the rotation of loading and unloading areas.’
Well, at last the business along the Avenida de Andalucía can take a small breather, thanks to this thoroughfare being opened again to traffic on the 13th of January, even though it was promised that this main traffic artery would be opened in time for Christmas.
The Almuñécar medical centre is having problems – who isn’t?
The Jete road was cut twice last month, once by the road being washed away and the other time by a rock slide.
A 60-year-old man died after his moped went over the side of the main track…
Two men that run a nightclub-cum-knocking shop in Almuñécar were up before the magistrate in Motril last month.
Hello everyone and welcome to February issue of the Alpujarra Angle!
Back in 1882, Thomas Edison, being a smart-arse at the best of times, threw a switch and lit up a street in New York, which heralded modern electric street lighting, (using electric bulbs). However…
Whilst Collado is bemoaning a lack of electricity, Soportújar has been without drinking water or irrigation water, thanks to the rain, ironically enough.
The Organising Committee for Alpujarra Traditional Music Festival have got their heads together for the first time, with the object of working out who is who in the organisation and what the base for the 29th annual event, which will be held in Almócita on August the 8th.