A control point on the A-7 above Motril on Wednesday stopped a lorry carrying 32 packages of hashish amounting to a tonne in weight. The street value of the drug is estimated at 5,000,000 euros.
These Spanish headlines are from ten years ago but were published in this month’s paper edition. For those of you outside our distribution area and don’t receive a PDF, this is for you!
The government recently approved a new law with the objective of improving the present patent law system that has been in force since 1986 (law 11/1986.)
Last September the Spanish parliament approved Law 14/2013 of the 27 September also called “law for the support to entrepreneurs and their internationalization”. The law came into effect on the 29th September and its main objectives are to make life easier for self-employed people and to make access to credit easier for small medium enterprises.
Three Spanish national articles from the April edition penned by our own Duncan Inglis.
Three articles from around Spain, all published in the December edition. Inluding, Local Wild Man Captured, Too Many Mohammeds and Guardias Innocent of Torture.
Three more national articles from the November issue, including a tragic road accident, a Guardia officer in trouble and a politician putting his foot in it!
La Herradura marked the 449th anniversary of a naval disaster in 1562, when a storm claimed between 3,000 and 5,000 lives in the bay.
Drug abuse is considered to be ‘the chronic or habitual use of any chemical substance to alter states of body or mind for other than medically warranted purposes.’
Corrían aquéllos turbios años 60 cuando la educación de una buena parte de la infancia española había sido confiada al clero y a sus muchos centros repartidos por nuestra geografía y gestionados por distintas congregaciones religiosas.