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Torrox Clean Up Campaign

Posted on 17 July 2012

Torrox Ayuntamiento has launched a campaign to improve the co-operation of residents in keeping the streets clean. In particular the recurring problem of picking up after your dog. Councillor for Environment, Lauren Salvatierra, said that “if we all do our part we will make sure our town reaches the desired level of cleanliness, especially considering [...] Continue Reading

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General News, Spain Bank Debt

Marching Miners Protest Over Spain’s Austerity Measures

Posted on 12 July 2012

SPAIN'S Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, yesterday announced a €65 billion austerity package to avert financial collapse as angry miners rallied against subsidy cuts Continue Reading

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General News, Torrox News

News Shorts

Posted on 12 July 2012

As British Airways continue the integration and consolidation following the purchase of BMI, they announce an increased frequency of flights between Malaga and Gatwick from 7/week to 10/week. This increase will start with the new Winter schedule which starts October 28, 2012       Beach bathers be on the lookout for stinging jellyfish. The [...] Continue Reading

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What's On

Tail Summer Fair

Posted on 11 July 2012

TAIL - Torrox Animal International League are having a Summer Fair and BBQ at El Ancla on Torrox Costa on Saturday 14th July. Continue Reading

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Torrox News

The Rumour Mill

Posted on 07 July 2012

If the rumours are to be believed we will soon have 3 new bars in Torrox Pueblo Can you believe it? during a time of economic cutbacks 3 new bars are being built in Calle de la Fuente, Plaza San Roque and Calle del Pontil. Where is the sense? there are empty bars without tenants [...] Continue Reading

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Spain Bank Debt

Spanish Banks Improve

Posted on 04 July 2012

The recent decision, approved by the 17 leaders of the European Union, to inject bailout funds directly into banks could help stabilize Spain's financial sector and reduce pressures on the Spanish government's balance sheet. Continue Reading

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