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Looking Back: Blue Zones

By Martin Myall

You might think that Almuñécar's paseos have always been Blue Zones; paid parking , but as you will see from this Looking Back article, it all began 10 years ago. »

Name Calling and Taunts

By Martin Myall

Tension runs high in Almuñécar between members of opposing political parties; i.e., between the A.A. and the C.A. »

The Party of Disappointment

By Martin Myall

Something just broke in Spain, following the Municipal and General Elections, and it does not bode well. »

The PP Takes Motril

By Martin Myall

Just a week after the municipal elections a preliminary deal has been struck between the PP and Ciudadanos which could give the mayoralty to the former. »

Is It Worth The Hassle?

By Hugh MacArthur

Alcaucín in the Axarquia has a Belgian Mayor, Mario Blancke, there appears to be a movement to have a Spanish one. »

Nail Biting in Motril

By Martin Myall

It turns out that Motril's election balance might not be the final results; everything depends on what a judge decides on Wednesday morning. »

The Motril Conundrum

By Martin Myall

In Motril, the PP under Luisa García Chamorro (ex-mayor) was the most voted candidate, winning for her party eight seats on the Town Council. »

Party Rebels Return Funds

By Martin Myall

Four PP councillors made an unusual gesture by returning over 8,000 euros, representing part of their party's municipal funding, to the municipal coffer. »

Mayor in for a Storm

By Martin Myall

With the upcoming Municipal Elections on the 26th, the Almuñécar Mercado Municipal will become a battleground. The Mayor's re-elections will hinge on this issue. »

Spain Roared

By Martin Myall

Yes, Spain roared; it roared that it wasn't going to follow many countries in Europe and succumb to extreme right-wing parties. »

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