Three interesting articles from the March edition, including Judge Garzon’s conviction… the new labour reforms by the new PP government and the expected executive pay-cuts.
Two national articles from the February edition. A school in Catalonia who are limiting the amount of toilet paper per pupil and news of an anti alcohol car.
Two more national articles from the February issue, this time dealing with copyright law and internet piracy along with the tale of the most indebted village in Spain.
Two articles from our Spain Section in the February edition. The Boss (Springstein) concert dates and costs plus a huge amount of bail for Carlos Fabra.
Two national articles from the February issue of The Seaside Gazette, including details about the Royal Family declaring their earnings and defibrillators installed in the Mosque in Cordoba.
Three Spanish tourists in Figueras, Girona, were shocked and dismayed to discover a hidden web-cam in their hotel shower. The two brothers and a girlfriend found the camera after noticing some tape on an air vent high up the shower wall.
The bishop’s stance is startling in itself but perhaps the headline is misleading: he’s not complaining that pupils are encouraged to fornicate whilst in their classrooms, but that what is imparted during their classes encourages them to fornicate in general.
Francisco Camps, the handsome, suave ex-president of Valencia, resigned a few months ago from office in order to face down charges that he had accepted several expensive suits as gifts. In turn, one supposes, the free suits guaranteed someone or someone’s certain favourable treatment.
Just as consumers are getting used to the idea of monthly electricity bill, it has now been decided to switch back to two-monthly ones. Gone, then, will be the ‘estimated readings’ so that you will only be charged for what you have actually used.
Three stories from the January edition, including, Airline Strike, Economic Delinquency and Murder Pays.