Any doubts as to the fate of hitherto parking spaces on Almuñécar’s Avenida de Andalucía has now been dispelled – they’ve all gone.
Today has been an interesting day here in Catalonia. For the last year and a half, I have been a volunteer and today, I have been helping people to find out where they needed to go and vote.
A 3-course menu of indigestion
The November edition of the Seaside Gazette is in full PDF format is now available for downloading
There seems to have been more concern about her family pet, Excalibur, than the nurse infected by Ebola, as far as social media goes.
We’ve had a spate of ‘false users’ sign up on this news site, all ending in @outlook.com – about five a day on average. Consequently, we have had to delete them.
The October edition of the Seaside Gazette is in full PDF format is now available for downloading
A brief look at the political landscape on a national and regional level, now that the European Elections are just around the corner.
The Head of the Education Board in the Regional Government of Madrid, Lucía Figar, is not short of a penny or two, thanks to a generous public salary. Yes, Lucía has a gross annual salary of 87,000 euros.
Those affected by the landslip on Urbanizaciones Carmenes del Mar on Cerro Gordo, La Herradura are feeling increasingly bitter.