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Looking Back: Motril Palms

By Martin Myall

The last of the May 2009 looking Back articles concerns the fate of the palm trees along the Avenidad de Salobreña in Motril, uprooted when they modernised the thoroughfare. »

Roadwork Chaos?

By Hugh MacArthur

According to one opposition party in Salobreña the roadworks in the Pontanilla area are total chaos with little traffic control. »

La Herradura N-340 Roadworks

By Vivienne Hughes

The Ministry of Public Works has a crew out building a retaining wall next to the N-340, between Las Tejas football ground and the main road. »

Street Reopened over Easter

By Hugh MacArthur

The Motril Department of Public Works has reopened traffic along the Ronda Mediodía where it joins the Avenida de Salobreña for the duration of Easter. »

Autovía Chaos

By Hugh MacArthur

For the third consecutive weekend the roadworks on the A-44 near the Suspiro del Moro junction is causing long tailbacks. »

Motorway Roadwork Chaos

By Hugh MacArthur

For the last two weekends the roadworks on the A-44 just before Granada has been causing sizeable tailbacks, which have forced changes in it's tempo. »

Tarmacking Galore in Salobreña

By Hugh MacArthur

You're going to have fun in Salobreña this week because most of the roads in the north & centre of the town will be receiving a new tarmac surface! »

Is It Really Necessary?

By Hugh MacArthur

Virtually a year ago the PSOE opposition party in Almulñecar said that the Paseo del Altillo needed to be sorted out but not the way the Mayor intended to. »

Yet More Roadworks

By Hugh MacArthur

The Almuñécar Councillor for Public Works and Urban Development, José M. Fernández Medina, announced more roadworks in the Avenida Juan Carlos area. »

Old Bus Station to The Rescue

By Martin Myall

The work on Motril's Calle Ancha drags on and there is nowhere to park, so the old bus station will be used to alleviate the situation. »

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