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Sports Pavilion Case Sentence

By Martin Myall

Almuñécar Town Hall is enjoying a winning streak as far as court cases go; the latest concerns a La Herradura underground car park. »

Almuñécar Ordered To Pay

By Hugh MacArthur

The Almuñécar Town Hall will have to find 1.3m euros over an urban development deal with a real-estate company almost 14 years ago. »

Santa Ana Malpractice

By Hugh MacArthur

(COH 10C) The Andalusian Supreme Court (TSJA) has sentenced the regional health board to pay out 171,300 euros to an ex-patient at Hospital Santa Ana. »

Coastal Protection Law Stopped

By Martin Myall

The Regional Supreme Court has sunk the Junta’s law limiting building on the first 500 metres of the coast; i.e., a 500-metre-wide coastal strip. »

Medical Centre Tribulations

By Martin Myall

Nerja has a project for a new medical centre - one that has been dragging on for the last 13 years - but owing to a recent court sentence, it is looking even more distant. »

Med Group Loses Court Battle

By Martin Myall

The Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Andalucía has decided in favour of the Nerja Town Hall concerning the Med Group. This ratifies the sentence handed down by the provincial law court in Málaga, which had rejected Med Group's claim. »

Costas vs. Greenhouses

By Martin Myall

If you drive along the eastern coast of the Costa Tropical, between Carchuna and La Rábita, you will see greenhouses below the N-340, virtually on the beach or on a cliff - at the moment there is a battle between Costas and their owners over their future... or lack of it. »

Hotel at the Mercy of…

By Editor

The Supreme Court has handed down its finding on the appeal made over the excessive structure on the Bahía Hotel, Taramay. They have left it in the hands of the claimant whether the offending part should be demolished. »

Herrera vs. Benavides

By Editor

The Mayor of Almuñécar took less that 24 hours to counter the ex-Mayor, Juan Carlos Benavides' claim that her administration was acting illegally. »

Carambolo Controversy

By Editor

The first avocado trees to be planted on the coast of Andalucia - in the whole of Spain, were planted by a German in Almuñécar in the 1950's He had toured the entire coast before settling for a small hillside overlooking the Rio Verde valley, which at the time was covered in sugar cane. »

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