Well, we have just clicked up our thousandth post on the new Seaside Gazette website, making this article the 1001st post, which is not bad, seeing as this online version of the Seaside Gazette has only been going since April 2009 – a little over a year. At the moment we have around 1,700 visits…
The monthly newsletter from the British Embassy in Madrid with useful information for British residents in Spain
While some may think of Spain and its Costas simple as a retirement destination, the reality is that it is also a popular choice for couples and young families.
Plenty of articles on the antics of our police forces, so let’s start with the variety of policemen that we all love for their shear efficiency – the Local Police…
As a Gazette reader, I would appreciate your opinion on an issue before I start spinning my wheels with Telefónica…
Football history for Spain! Great match and tonight the streets are thronging. Red and Yellow everywhere: on flags, faces, wigs, and T-shirts Tonight the crisis is forgotten For an excellent account of the match, which you saw, anyway, but from an American point of view, click on this link
Telitec communications are looking for an agent here in the Costa Tropical to promote their mobile and fixed line services.
The streets have gone wild – everybody was worried that Germany was too much for the Spanish team. Anybody who watched the match would have seen that Spain completely dominated the match I haven’t seen this much eurphoria in the streets in years. Spain in the Word Cup Finals – unheard of. ¡Viva España!
Watch out for the gasman! This is an affair close to heart, as it has affected a dear friend, as it is also affecting many people who are unaware of how they stand regarding butane-gas-inspections. Read on.
Sorry folks for the slow appearance of news articles this month but we are having server problems. We hope to get the rest of the articles up during today and tomorrow