Tag Archive

Seaweed’s Origin Confirmed

By Martin Myall

The University of Granada has confirmed that the seaweed found off La Rábit is indeed of the Asian variety that is causing problems near Cádiz. »

Cortijo Thieves Caught

By Vivienne Hughes

La Guardia Civil have arrested two individuals from Lobres and Motril, accused of breaking into a cortijo within the municipality of Salobreña. »

There’s Many A Slip….

By Martin Myall

The fragility of the coalition, Town Council in Almuñécar was made plain in the last Plenary Meeting, where the Mayor was defeated. »

Salobreña Old Town Roadworks

By Vivienne Hughes

Roadworks continue in the old town of Salobreña, this time affecting Calle Cartero Manuel Montilla, starting from today. Consequently, you will find the road closed to traffic, unless you are a resident of the said street. »

Torrecuevas Aqueduct Lighting

By Louise Powell

The aqueduct square in Torrecuveas has received new flood lighting as part of a general, historical-site lighting make over. »

Melilla Ferry Fare Discount

By Louise Powell

The shipping company FRS has announced a 10% discount on their ferry operating between Motril and Melilla. »

Torrenueva Crane Accident

By Martin Myall

There is very little news but it appears that a mobile heavy crane tipped over in Torrenueva on Thursday, standing end up with all its wheel facing the paseo marítimo. »

Firearms under The Hammer

By Editor

The Guardia Civil in Granada will be holding a viewing of firearms for auction between the 21st and 25th of this month. »

Unreasonable Costas?

By Martin Myall

The Central-Government department, Costas has decided to fence off the parking in front of a chiringuito on Playa Granada. »

La Caleta Tidied Up

By Editor

Salobreña Town Hall has started sprucing up the Plaza del Lavadero, in la Caleta. »

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