I wanted to write “temperatures go down; Electricity goes up,” but there wasn’t enough room in the heading box, but you got the gist, I hope.
The Mayor of Salobreña suitably decisive for the cameras when he turned the gas on at the Julio Martínez Pérez Sports Complex.
Just when utility service users are getting used to the last cost increment in their domestic electricity bills, the Central Government announced that as of the 1st of July, it would go up a further 3.95%.
If you ask most people when the crisis began, they will answer that it was in 2008, but in reality it’s like asking when World War Two began – it depends for whom: if you’re an American it’s 1941 but if you’re Chinese, it began in the mid 30’s with the Japanese invasion. And so it is that the crisis for Motril fishermen began long before 2008.