Category : Spain

by Buzzers - 1 day ago

Mayor Rebuked by Pensioners

The Secretary for the Asociación de Pensionistas de Andalucía (APA), María José Ledesma Sánchez, is very unhappy with the Mayor of Almuñécar.

by Buzzers - 1 day ago

Several Mountain Rescues

Last weekend saw four mountain-rescues operations carried out by the Guardia Civil, mountain-rescue teams in the Aragonese Pyrennes .

by Buzzers - 2 days ago

Speed Limit Comes into Effect

Today is the day that the new speed-limit law is activated, meaning that in many cases where you could go at 50kph you can only proceed at 30kph.

by Buzzers - 2 days ago

Reader: Mysterious Lights

A reader left a post on our Your Questions section about a string of lights crossing the night's sky. We looked up the answer.

by Buzzers - 2 days ago

Surprising Rainbow

A meteorlogical moment provided the Alhambra probably its best promotional helping hand last weekend, thanks to a combination of rain and sunshine.

by Buzzers - 3 days ago

Medical Centre Funds Confirmed

The Mayor of Salobreña met with the provincial delegate for the Junta and the managing director of the Southern Health Board to discuss the new Medical Centre.

by Buzzers - 3 days ago

Vaccine Theft & Bribery

A male nurse was arrested for allegedly stealing Covid vaccine from the medical centre where he worked and then administering them privately for profit.

by Buzzers - 4 days ago

Child Attacked by Dog

The Policía Nacional in the city of Granada have opened an investigation into an attack by a dog on a 5-year-old girl in a park.

by Buzzers - 4 days ago

Montefrío Boiling Over

In Montefrío, with its 5,313 inhabitants and a contagion level of 1,788 they are not happy at being the only municipality in Granada that is shut down.

by Buzzers - 4 days ago

A Salobreña Drowning

A young man drowned just before three in the afternoon yesterday off a Salobreña beach, according to the 112 emergency service.

by Buzzers - 5 days ago

Five Towns Reprieved

In an article yesterday we explained that six municipalities were over 1,000 and might be closed, four of which might not... well, five have been left open.

by Buzzers - 5 days ago

Not A Mere Mortal?

The opposition parties belonging to the Torrox Town Hall are spitting feathers over a ruling-party councillor who's allegedly building a pool with no licence.

by Buzzers - 6 days ago

Spanish Warship Visit

Saturday afternoon will see the arrival of the Spanish Navy, patrol boat Serviola, (belonging to a class of that same name) . It departs Monday morning.