A car went up in flames on the N-340 where it passes through Carchuna yesterday afternoon causing quite a spectacle.
To say that I was shocked and very saddened by the news of the death of José Matías Rívas (Pepe Chispas) is a grave understatement.
A cyclist was killed and a motorcyclist badly injured in an accident at km 305 of the N-340 near Cerro Gordo, just before the Granada/Malaga provincial border, near to the town of La Herradura.
You will have noticed that where the Las Tejas riverbed crosses the beach road the latest work has left it in a damned civilized manner – no more crocodiles and mantraps… The Espinar might be full of weeds and palm-tree cuttings, which deserves criticism, but this modification at the river mouth deserves praise.
The work on the Rambla de las Brujas, which is the one that runs alongside Al Campo down to the port, will begin this month.
The access road between the N-340, Cerro Gordo entrance and Peña Parda is causing unrest again, as it is potholed to hell. Consequently and naturally, La Asociación de Vecinos Las Palomas-Cerro Gordo is not happy.
Three of the four people who were injured in a multiple collision on the N-340 on Sunday 21st March have been released from hospital after suffering only minor injuries, a fourth however is now in the Intensive Care Unit of the University hospital in Malaga, after being transferred there by helicopter.
It was back in 2004 when the Seaside Gazette reported on what appeared to be the commencement of an illegal build next to Urbanización El Gallo, Punta de la Mona.
You will all, no doubt be pleased to hear that the Central Government and the Junta de Andalucía are going to chuck three million euros at the Alpujarra road system…