Readers’ Letters

emails and letters sent in to the editor

British Consulate, Malaga

The British Consulate in Malaga is holding their first ever evening road show. The event will take place in Benalmádena, Málaga, and will offer advice on issues relating to British people living and working in Spain.

Unusual Visitor

The light aircraft, with several people onboard, was on its way to the airport in Axarquía, in Vélez-Málaga, when the pilot decided to make an emergency landing, due to lack of fuel, on Salobreña’s beach, between the Peñon and La Caleta.

Not Going to Return

Dear sir
I was in Almunecar in Sept. For a short holiday and picked up your excellent paper. I was very interested in the article on page 52 regarding parking costs.

I’m Sorry?

Just a quickie! I was just trawling through my old emails and found this reply from Telefónica to a complaint I made years ago. Thought people might like to see they’ve got their customer service sorted at last!!

Reader’s Letter

This is just to say that the blue zone in La Herradura – which may be logical during the two-three summer months – is ruining it for all businesses the rest of the year.

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor Following a recent heart attack, subsequent operation plus a dog moving onto my land and having with six puppies, I would like to extend by sincere thanks to all the friends Carol, James and I have made over the last 7 years in Almuñécar, for their help and assistance for us…

Illegal Expats

I read with interest Ducan Inglis’s comments on the Spanish economy, it got me wondering if things would be better if working guiris paid their way; very few working expats work legally, not paying social security, income tax and avoiding paying IVA.