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Masquerading as Minors

By Hugh MacArthur

Many of the immigrants that are landed in Motril Port declare themselves as unaccompanied minors, and as they have no ID, it is difficult to prove otherwise. »

Positive Rail Viability Study

By Martin Myall

The University of Granada has carried out a technical study and concluded that a Motril-to-Granada train connection is possible. »

A Tale of Two Ships

By Martin Myall

There were two pieces of news in the regional press yesterday about ships; in the one case a luxury yacht and in the other a Russian freighter. »

Motril Port Open Day

By Louise Powell

Motril Port will have its Open Day on the 13th of this month including a chance to go aboard a Spanish Navy corvette. »

New Holding Centre for Port

By Vivienne Hughes

The Central Government has given the go ahead for a new immigrant-holding centre in Motril within the port confines in the eastern dock area. »

Motril Trawlers under Pressure

By Vivienne Hughes

The Motril fishing sector has suffered a new blow after the introduction of more restrictive regulations concerning trawling. »

Italian Drug Runners Arrested

By Hugh MacArthur

The Guardia Civil intercepted a luxury yacht with 3,385 kilos of hashish on board opposite the Almería/Granada provincial border. »

Extra-Long Loads

By Hugh MacArthur

Drivers on the A-44 below are used to seeing huge blades belonging to aero-generators being transported to Motril Port but the latest ones are even bigger. »

Largest Bulk-Carrier Docks

By Hugh MacArthur

Motril port saw a large bulk-carrier ship, Banasol, dock, carrying 50,000 tonnes of molasses; the largest shipment to date in the port. »

Policeman Investigated over Photos

By Hugh MacArthur

A policeman in Motril whose task it was to look after the immigrant centre in the port is being investigated for taking photos of the installations. »

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