First official report on the Málaga Feria 2013

The hostelry industry may have regarded the Málaga Feria 2013 as one of the worst for many years, but the first official report on the economic impact of the event claims it was a great success, even better than Easter.

No nutritional difference

Organic food may be tastier, may make people ‘feel’ better, but according to the Foods Standards Agency, there is little, if any, nutritional difference between organic and conventionally-produced food and that there is no evidence of additional health benefits from eating organic food.

Fall in passenger numbers to Andalucían airports

Airports in Andalucía recorded a total of 6,873,363 passengers during the first five months of 2009 according to AENA, the Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea, a drop of 17.4% compared to the same period in 2008.

Rio Chillar Walkway

The new Rio Chillar walkway has been in the news recently, the Council complaining about deterioration after only a short period of time. The problem appears to be that, until all the post-construction problems have been suitably addressed, the walkway does not actually become the responsibility of the Council until it is officially handed over. As a result, the Council …

Astounding revelations

Hot on the heels of the astounding revelation that ducks like water, a new 178 page report commissioned by the Rail Safety and Standards Board has reached some astonishing conclusions.

Three rotten bolts caused ski lift accident in March

A report based on visual observations by members of the criminology laboratory of the Guardia Civil in Granada states that the accident involving one of the ski lifts at the Sierra Nevada ski station was caused by three broken bolts on the clamping mechanism of the pulley arm.