Falling trees disrupts rail service

The rail line between Jaén and Sevilla was cut between Montoro and Villa del Río, in Córdoba province, due to three trees falling onto the electricity pylons during heavy winds.

Disruption to water supplies on Monday

The water company Aqualia has announced that planned improvement works to the water supply along the N-340  will cause disruption to the service on Monday October 28th 2013.

Cuts to water supply on Wednesday February 13th 2013

Aguas Narixa has announced that there will be cuts in the water supply on Wednesday February 13th between 08:00 and 15:00 in the following areas: calle Maquinilla, calle Campillo Vidrio, Plaza de la Ermita, Zona Centro, the Chaparil area and urbanisations Tropicana, Casablanca and Punta Lara. Once the water supply is restored, it is advisable to run the taps for at …

Interruption to water supply on Thursday January 31st 2013

Repairs to the Plan Guaro water supply network will cause cuts in supply in parts of Torrox between 09:00 and 21:00 on Thursday January 31st, namely in Peñoncillo (Sector URP-3, UE 2, UE 16 and urbanisation Calaceite.

Cut in water supply on Thursday January 31st 2013

Repairs to the Plan Guaro water supply network will cause cuts in supply between 09:00 and 21:00 on Thursday January 31st in the centre of Vélez-Málaga (except La Fortaleza and La Gloria) and urbanisations El Tomillar and Limonar, the El Ingenio centre, urbanisations Baviera Golf and Rivera Trayamar, Caleta de Vélez, Mezquitilla and Lagos.

Cuts in water supply, Thursday January 24th 2013

Aguas de Narixa will be carrying out improvement works on Thursday which means there will be disruptions to the water supply in several areas. Cuts in supply between 09:00 and 14:00 will occur in calles Pintada, Colón, Carretas, Trancos, San José and Almirante Ferrandiz. Cuts in supply between 08:00 and 15:00 will occur in calle Mirto.

Einstein has left the building…

Increased unemployment, increased direct and indirect taxes, increased social security contributions, increased fuel costs, increased food prices, increased utility costs, increased leisure costs, salary reductions, reductions in tax benefits relating to first house purchase, municipal authorities not paying their debts…and politicians seem baffled as to why consumer spending is not increasing.

Cuts in water supply on Wednesday

The water supply in large parts of Vélez-Málaga will be affected tomorrow, Wednesday July 4th, as engineers make an ispection, using a video camera, of the fault detected in the water supply pipes near the roundabout at the Fernando Ruiz Hierro Sports Centre.

Health and education next on the savings list

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy held a surprise meeting with his economic team and has announced plans to save another €10 billion through the rationalization, elimination of duplication and increased efficiency in the management of the health and education services.

Telefonica could cut workforce by 20%

Telefonica is studying ways of boosting productivity and introducing more flexibility in its operations in Spain, including, amongst other things, a 20% reduction in its workforce.