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Órgiva Against Pylon Project

By Martin Myall

The Órgiva Town Hall has come out against the pylon project this will cross the Valle de Lecrín, as it would be prejudicial for the local tourism sector. »

Unwanted Holding Centre

By Hugh MacArthur

The Mayor of Motril, Flor Almón, had a meeting with locals from the Barrio de Varadero to assure them that an immigrant holding centre would not be set up next to them. »


By Martin Myall

Yet again Almuñécar/Herradura suffer a partial blackout on a Saturday night as the summer begins - half the municipality was plunged into darkness. »

Salobreña Bickering

By Martin Myall

After the PP Salobreña opposition party's gripe about the town's sports facility, the Sports Councillor has scathingly responded. »

Market Demolition Closer

By Martin Myall

(COE14) Well, the Almuñécar Council had its Plenary Meeting and the ruling party, as expected, tabled a motion to draw up a demolition study for the municipal market. »

No IBI Drop for Almuñécar

By Vivienne Hughes

There has been a Plenary Meeting of the Town Council in Almuñécar where it was proposed that the IBI tax be dropped to 0.90% from the present 1.0% - it was rejected. »

Politicians Being Politicians

By Martin Myall

Whilst a report from Oxfam Intermón highlights that the number of poor in Spain has doubled, the Government refuses to exclude its minister from a pay rise. »

No Nookie Nation

By David Darby

The west African country of Togo endured a week long strike by a great many of its women. They decided to stage a one week sex strike in support of a call for the resignation of the country's long standing president, Faure Gnassingbe, whose family have managed to maintain power for decades. »

Chop Top Jobs

By Martin Myall

The socialist opposition party in Motril are proposing that the Town Hall should save 400,000 euros a year by eliminating seven politically nominated positions in the municipal administration. »

Coming Home to Roost

By Martin Myall

There can be no better example of opposition tactics coming back to haunt you once you're in government than what has happened to Mariano Rajoy. »

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