A local from Illora (western Granada), Juan Manuel V., claims that he received a ‘brutal beating’ at the hands of the security guards on the Duke of Wellington’s Estate. For those readers who didn’t know it, the Duke, and his heirs in perpetuity, was awarded a large estate in this area of Granada for his services to the Spanish Crown during the Peninsular War of 1808-1814.
People were astounded to hear that workers on the high-speed-train line outside Loja managed to seriously weaken a standard railway bridge during blasting operations.
Work on the new area (comarcal) fire station in Loja has ground to a halt after the construction company went bust, and it is not the first time that Loja has seen a virtually completed project wallow, dead in the water.
A 20-year-old lad from Archidona (Malaga) died after receiving both barrels of a shotgun, hitting him in the neck and head. It was 23.35h on the street of a small village near Loja.
Yes, yes, they’ve only recently put the price up for a bottle of butane gas, but that isn’t going to stop them putting it up again on the 1st of July, so that a bottle will cost you 16.43 euros!
At a time when many people have no job, no savings, no income, the fact that we have 445,568 politicians drawing salaries from public funds is beyond comprehension for the average Spaniard.
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This year sees the UK host the Olympic and Paralympic Games, as well as holding celebrations up and down the country for the Queen‟s Diamond Jubilee.
The March edition of the Seaside Gazette is at present with the printers and will be ready for distribution Friday the 2nd around midday.
What is Benefit Theft? The vast majority of people who claim UK benefits are honest, law-abiding citizens. But there are those who try to cheat the system. People who are in receipt of UK benefits have a responsibility to keep the authorities informed of any change in their circumstances, as this can affect their claim…