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First restrictions on water consumption and irrigation in Spain’s Axarquia and the Guadalhorce Valley
AXARQUIA towns and villages have been called on to save water due to the critical situation of La Viñuela reservoir. The critical situation of La...
Water thieves use 12 kilometre-long pipe and pumping gear to illegally supply farms across Murcia area of Spain
A gang who hooked up an illegal water supply from a Murcia region well to irrigate farms has been busted by the Guardia Civil. Three...
EU to help fund €1.2 billion conservation project saving agriculture in Spain’s Valencia Region
SAFEGUARDING economic sustainability and water supplies in the Valencian region is to cost 1.2 BILLION euros, with the help of the EU. A new Valencian...
Humid not hot!
If the mosquitoes haven't gotten to you this summer, then the heat will have
Work beginning on new sewage plant for Nerja
The sewage plant has been a long-running saga
Wet, wet, wet!
Paul Whitelock has had enough of water lately - flooded houses and gardens, rising damp, sewage, a drowned horse and dirty well water. What else could go wrong?
Spanish irrigation unravelled
Paul Whitelock has recently found out all about Spanish irrigation systems – the hard way
Keeping with Spanish green traditions
To celebrate the imminent launch of the Green Guide, the Olive Press looks at the sustainable practices still going today...
In a Spanish country garden
After a gap of a few years Paul Whitelock has a garden again