Around 90 coaches were parked on the Granada fairground after arriving in the city to protest over the economic crisis within their sector.
At a Plenary Meeting of the Nerja Town Council it was agreed to send a request to the Junta de Andalucía, asking them to make good their pledge before the Town Hall concerning the Centro de Salud project.
The work on the street leading up from the town-hall square to the church has finally concluded, and looks pretty good, as well as much more practical, but a controversy is brewing…
The new administration in the Almuñécar Town Hall has had a bit of a shock. The counting has finally finished and the results for the audit which goes back to 2007 and covers the period up until 31 December, 2010, are in.
Unfortunately, the figures show that the administration owes around 45 million euros for the said period, reported the Councillor for Finance, Antonio Laborda.
The Ministry of Employment in Granada are investigating a Motril driving school after three students have made complaints that they have not received the ‘heavy goods’ training that they were due through a grant given by the Andalusian Employment Fund and the European Social Fund.
When it was announced that the Costa Tropical was going to receive 18m euros for tourist infrastructure projects, everybody was over the moon. The next step was to submit proposals.
Yesterday afternoon, following the comments made that same morning by La Herradura Delegate, J.J.Ruiz Joya concerning the Village’s controversial paseo project, the ex-Mayor’s party (CA) issued a reply to the press.
The councillor for La Herradura, Juan J. Ruiz Joya called a press meeting this morning at the Centro Rio Jate to speak about the controversial paseo project and the allegedly loss of funding.
Jane Miles is a lovely American lady in La Herradura who deserves an honourable mention and a big thank you for her work and dedication in raising funds for El Club Herradura (the Horseshoe Club).
Motril and neighbouring ward, Torrenueva, don’t enjoy the best relationship, and in a dispute over funds owing, seven Torrenueveños neighbours, including the mayor, had locked themselves in the Motril Town Hall.