News round up in brief from Spain’s Axarquia

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Cruzcampo IPA with Mango Credit: Twitter

 

Registry

Changes

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NERJA Town Council recently approved the ordinance regulating the registration of applicants and the process of awarding subsidised housing. The agreement will reactivate the registry, which is an essential tool for the allocation of housing, and provide updated information allowing the housing policies to be developed by the Administration.

 

New sports


COUNCILLOR for Sports, J. Hipólito Gómez, announced that the sports pavilion in Velez-Malaga will introduce Indoor Cycle classes in March. The new activity will join the extensive programme already carried out in the sports hall such as Pilates, functional training, aero-step and toning, and some specifically for Senior Citizens.

 

 


Art talks

NERJA Museum will host bi-monthly meetings with local artists in the project ‘Energetic’ starting today, Thursday 13, with a talk about architecture. Each meeting will include conversations and presentations to allow attendees to be able to discover the creative processes of architecture, literature, painting, photography, music and cinema.

 

Copper thefts

LOCAL Police have arrested two individuals trying to steal copper cable from the Velez-Malaga tram. Officers discovered 80 pieces of 150-metre long copper wire, plus another 200 meters that were about to cut along with cutters and the keys of a vehicle containing tools commonly used for criminal acts

 

 

Food leader

MORE than half a dozen Velez-Malaga companies attended Fruit Logística in Berlin, one of the most powerful food fairs in the world. The attendance highlighted the leadership of the market of Axarquia in this sector, showing the high quality of the business fabric and the agrifood sector in the area.

 

Mango beer

CRUZCAMPO has launched a limited-edition beer made with mangoes from the Axarquía region. Their new Session IPA with Mango is the first beverage made from this subtropical fruit and can be enjoyed while stocks last in the microbrewery of Malaga which has become a reference space for beer creation.

From the interviewed to the interviewer

As frontman of a rock band Damon used to court the British press, now he lives the quiet life in Spain and seeks to get to the heart of the community, scoring exclusive interviews with ex-pats about their successes and struggles during their new life in the sun.

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