33 illegal immigrants intercepted near Carboneras

A small boat carrying 33 North African males was intercepted on Saturday evening about eight miles from the Mesa Roldán lighthouse in Carboneras, Almeria. The passengers, all of whom had inadvertently forgotten to pack their travel documents, arrived in the port of Almeria at 23:30 under the escort of the ‘Salvamar Algenib’.

Carboneras Council forced to close parking area

Carboneras Council has been forced to seal the Los Muertos car park until a dispute with the Department of Environment can be resolved, an action which leaves around 400 people with nowhere to park.

Diver drowns in Almeria

A 47 year old Spanish woman died on Sunday morning while diving in the waters off Carboneras, Almeria.

Industrial fatality in Carboneras

A 36 year old resident of Pulianas, Granada province, died on Monday afternoon while working in the industrial area of Carboneras, Almería.

Illegals intercepted near Carboneras, Almeria

Guardia Civil and Marine Rescue officers have intercepted a small boat carrying 24 illegal immigrants, including a pregnant woman, as it headed for the Spanish coast near Carboneras, Almeria province.

Woman dies in fire in Carboneras, Jaén

An 84 year old woman died last night after a fire at her home in Carboneras, Jaén. The incident, the cause of which are unknown, occurred at 23:50 on Friday night. The woman lived alone in the house in calle Barionuevo.

Illegal immigrants intercepted off Carboneras

The Marine Rescue service yesterday intercepted two boats carrying a total of 27 illegal immigrants. The boats were about five miles off Carboneras, opposite Cabo de Gata. All the immigrants were said to be in good health.

21 illegal immigrants land near Carboneras

Two boats carrying a total of 21 illegal immigrants, all male, landed near Carboneras, Almería within hours of each other early on Sunday morning. Guardia Civil patrols in the area manged to apprehend all the passengers, two of whom are thought to be minors, and escorted them to town. The Red Cross checked them over and found them all to …