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Motril Takes No Chances…

By Martin Myall

Motril is taking no chances today with their swimming competition as far as jellyfish are concerned because they have the 'minesweeper' out! »

A-7 Road Accident

By Editor

There was nasty accident on the A-7 Autovia yesterday evening, around 8pm on the 303 kilometre point; i.e., right in the middle of the Cantarrijan bridge, which spans the Malaga-Granada provincial boundary. »

Golf Tournament at Los Moriscos

By Editor

The Vice-Mayor of Motril, José García Fuentes, announced the II Torneo de Golf to be held on Sunday the 14th of August in the Los Moriscos Golf Club, which has been organised by the Asociación de Vecinos de Playa Granada. »

Diving off the Rock

By Editor

Once again, with August here, the controversy over adolescents and youngsters in general diving from a considerable height, off the top of the Peñon, is being debated. »

Think Insurance

By David Darby

When it comes to insurance on the Costa Tropical, I have to say we are rather blessed to have Pep Benaiges, who provides cover on behalf of Grupo Catalana Occidente, who cater for over 4 million clients, and having been doing this kind of thing since 1864! I don’t believe Pep was around at... »

Hotel Demolition?

By Editor

The Regional Supreme Court has just rejected the Town Hall’s last possible appeal against a sentence that will force Hotel Bahía Tropical (Taramay) to carry out partial demolition. »

Instituto Cervantes

By David Darby

The Instituto Cervantes is a public institution, for the promotion and learning of the Spanish language and its culture all over the world. They issue (on behalf of the Spanish Ministry for Education) the official Diplomas of Spanish as a Foreign Language (DELE). »

Carrington Builds

By David Darby

Had a quick chat with Bob Coates from Carrington Builders and Decorators and asked if there was anything he wanted me to impart to our readers… and to be honest neither he nor I could think of much more to say about this brilliant team of highly skilled builders and decorators. Let’s face it,... »

Tropical Tones

By David Darby

Tropical Tones Chorus participated in the first Spanish Harmony national ‘En Armonia’ From a small beginning in January 2006 when five men met in a café, to attending ‘En Armonia’ in Torrevieja, with a chorus is a great achievement. Eleven other choruses and quartets attended from all over Spain. The camaraderie of being with... »

TCL Spanish Courses

By David Darby

Tropical Coast Languages, have more than 15 years experience in the teaching of Spanish as a foreign language, and they meet all the quality standards and legal requirements necessary. The centre has five fully equipped classrooms, and all the teaching material required for any of courses. The wide range of courses (intensive starting any... »

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