A municipal police officer from Santa Fe, Granada, was reduced to having to shout for help when dealing with thieves because the don’t have any radio/walk talkies.
Ex-regional MP for the PP, Santiago Cervera claims that he had been set up when he turned up at an arrange pick-up point and that he had not tried to blackmail a bank director.
If you live in an apartment in Spain, then you know what la comunidad is; i.e., the apartment-block adminstration, whose elected members run the block finances and affairs.
Juan Antonio from the province of Badajoz in Extremadura won 36m euros on the Euro Jackpot just over a year ago and he is convinced that God gave him it so that he could help others.
The Mayor if Zubia (PP) has raised the salary of the Councillor of the Economy and in passing awarded himself a salary 45,000 euros. Oh, and he has raised the expense quota for attending a council meeting from 113 euro to 195 euros.
Members of he Asociación Unificada de Militares Españoles (armed forces union) demonstrated in front of the Ministry of Defence over the arrest of their Chairman.
A squabble between two gypsy families in Loja, in the Poniente de Granada was settled by the Council of the Elders – a rarely used dispute measure.
The Policía Local in Mijas stopped driver around midnight and carried out a breathalyzer test – the driver, who was three times of the limit. was a 73-year-old British woman.
One has to say that even our so called ‘beautiful’ celebrities usually look like they’ve been dragged through a hedge backwards if they are unlucky enough to get arrested and then stand before the dreaded mugshot camera. However, one lady who was arrested for drink driving in Florida, USA, put those celebrity fake beauties to shame!
Salobreña has a campaign called Caminos escolares seguros – the title of the article is the translation.