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13:13

Local

Square renamed after former president

Jennie Rhodes

Friends, neighbours, foreigners' councillor, Jorge Bravo and infrastructure councillor, José María Rivas Gálvez, joined Alfons Mettel who retired earlier this year after 30 years as president of El Capistrano village in Nerja last Thursday for the ... renaming of a plaza. Plaza Alfons Mettel, which is in situated in the heart of the village, was named after Mr Mettel in recognition of his hard work and dedication to El Capistrano spanning three decades. Alfons and Rosie Mettel originally bought a house ... in the development in 1978, seven years after construction started. The couple used it as a holiday home for a decade and became permanent residents 1n 1988. Alfons, who spent many years working in top level positions for Unilever in Africa and

18:16

Local

Residents in El Palo left without water after aquifer is contaminated

IGNACIO LILLO

Over 700 families were without water for a few days this week after three people poured detergent into an aquifer in El Palo. The detergent was noticed by consumers on Monday evening when the water in the taps came out frothy and perfumed. The

13:12

Local

School rid of fleas after pupils kept at home

A. P.

Vélez-Málaga council has fumigated the town's Reñidero primary school and the nearby plot of land which was thought to be the cause of dozens of flea bite complaints. Around 100 pupils were kept away from the school on Monday to protest at the cou

18:35

National

Secessionist drive goes down a gear as sides focus on election

SUR

Just over two weeks after the Catalan parliament declared the republic of Catalonia, the separatist parties are starting to admit that the region was not ready for independence. The politicians behind the independence process, which kicked off

13:17

Local

Vote of no confidence remains in the balance after councillor no-show

Eugenio Cabezas

Rumours over the much talked about vote of no confidence against the Mayor of Nerja, Rosa Arrabal, continue to be just speculation after a councillor from the Ciudadanos party failed to show up to a meeting with Partido Popular (PP) politicians to

12:20

Local

Local council gives 8,000 euros to Cudeca

A.G.

Torremolinos town hall, through its Social Services department, signed an agreement with Fundación Cudeca this week to give the non-profit organisation a grant of 8,000 euros. The money will allow the charity to look after the 120 patients with

13:35

National

Leg amputation on woman after dog attack

SUR.

An 82-year-old woman is in a critical condition and has had both her legs amputated following a ferocious attack by two dogs belonging to a neighbour in a rural district of Galicia, north-western Spain. Lola Álvarez was returning from mass last Su

12:58

Local

Restaurant set to reopen after 10 years

E. C.

The restaurant situated next to the Del Tesoro cave in Rincón de la Victoria, which has been closed for over a decade, is set to reopen in April 2018. Local businessman, Óscar Delgado, owner of the Riosol restaurant in Rincón de la Victoria, has boug

19:53

Local

Subtropical fruit growers will see their water cut by 60%

La Axarquía is to be the first area to suffer water restrictions due to the drought situation. Levels in La Viñuela reservoir have fallen significantly, to just 23% of its total capacity with no more than 38 cubic hectometres. After a meeting

11:33

LifeStyle

10 November 1998: Andalucía offers to take in children after hurricane Mitch hits

Jennie Rhodes

The Junta de Andalucía's Social Services department was overwhelmed by calls from families across the region after announcing a campaign to take in children who had become victims of hurricane Mitch, which struck central America in October and ... November 1998. The regional government was forced to make an announcement that the arrangements would only be temporary and that the children would have to return to their country of origin eventually after enquiries were made about adoption and call ... America between 29 October and 3 November, dropping historic amounts of rainfall in Honduras, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. Deaths due to catastrophic flooding made it the second deadliest Atlantic hurricane in history at the time after the Great Hurricane of