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Gorgoracha Mountain Fire

By Martin Myall

A fire broke out around midday in the Gorgoracha area above Motril. The high winds are making it very difficult to control and put the fire out. »

Gorgoracha-Puntalón A-7 Opened

By Martin Myall

The Minister of Public Works promised that the Gorgorcha-Puntalòn section of the A-7 would be opened in April - it'll now be opened tomorrow, the 30th of March. »

Costa Tropical Road Communications

By Martin Myall

Another section of the A-7 where it passes through our province was finished and inaugurated on the 23rd. »

A-7 Deliberately Delayed?

By Martin Myall

According to the PSOE opposition party, the A-7 section above Motril could have been finished months ago but the Government has been sitting on it. »

Torrenueva Bottleneck Eliminated

By Martin Myall

If the Minister for Public Works (Fomento) is to be believed, within 20 days, drivers can bypass Torrenueva on the A-7. »

Carchuna to Almuñécar via the A-7 by 2014?

By Martin Myall

During an announced inspection of the A-7 work by the Minister of Public Works, Ana Pastor, the promise was made to link Almuñécar to Carchuna by autovia in 2014. »

A-7 Creeps Forward

By Martin Myall

Just after we announce that the A-7 wasn't going anywhere fast, the Government announced that it had finally awarded a construction contract for the termination of the Gorgoracha-Puntalón section of the A-7, Autovía del Mediterraneo. »

A7 Gorgoracha-Puntalon Go Ahead

By Martin Myall

The much-needed stretch of autovia between Gorgoracha and Puntalón was 75% complete when all work ground to a halt; the construction company Isolux Corsan had struck an unexpected strata of rock that would require a lot of extra funding to reroute the construction work. »

More Autovia News

By Editor

A total of 30 construction companies are bidding for a juicy 45.7m-euro contract to build the Gorgoracha-Puntalón stretch of the A-7 Mediterranean autovia, which is not surprising, given the fact that major public works around the country have been cut drastically. »

Independent Republic of Motril

By Editor

Did you know that Motril declared itself an independent republic in the1870’s? It probably had a population at the time of three people and two thirds of a goat, but there you go. »

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