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Already Too Many But More Come

By Hugh MacArthur

Motril has had to open up a public building to house the illegal-immigrant overspill - the port facilities cannot keep them there after 72 hours. »

Where Are The Lifeguards?

By Martin Myall

Amazing as it might seem, given the date and weather, Motril’s beaches were without lifeguards and warning flags for the first week of July. »

What’s on in April

By David Darby

Here are a few articles about what's going on during Semana Santa, for example; who's doing what, as well as information from our readers on Acompalia and Red Cross Telecare »

Local Businesses Help Out

By Vivienne Hughes

The Lanjarón Town Hall has paid homage to two local transport firms for distributing Cruz Roja, food aid free of charge. »

Red Cross Over Stretched

By Martin Myall

La Cruz Roja has put out a call for help to deal with 'an avalanche of poverty on the Costa Tropical. This organisation already provides supplies and help for 5,000 families in need and now finds itself overwhelmed and in need of funds. »

Motril Social Associations Fair

By Martin Myall

The Vice Mayor for Social Action (Where do they get these titles?), Ángeles López Cano has officially presented the upcoming VII Feria de Asociaciones, which will be held on the 20th of June in the Plaza de España »

Red Cross Help

By Duncan Inglis

La Caixa, with a budget for 2011 of half a billion euros, offers various programs around Spain with the aim of combating poverty. »

Red Cross Visits Salobreña

By Editor

The Spanish Red Cross organised a series of activities in Salobreña to make people aware of the high risk of heat stroke during the summer. During »

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