Albox to form a pet registry

Albox town hall, possibly in an attempt to divert attention away from the water fiasco, has announced plans to setup a registry of pets. They will pay the Vet Guild €743,35 annually in exchange for the guild informing them of all the details of all pets chipped (which must be done by law!) in Albox. This will allow the local police to identify the owners of any pets that are found “Out and About”, or, Continue reading Albox to form a pet registry

Hortyfruta gets an apology out of Dutch TV for insulting its tomatoes

HORTYFRUTA, the large fruit and veg cooperative that grows and exports a lot of Almerias’ veg, has, after two months of legal wrangling and discussion, got Dutch TV to agree to air an apology for a documentary that said that Almerian tomatoes were “unhealthy” due to their growth conditions and high level of pesticides. The Dutch Ministry of Health has confirmed that Almeria tomatoes are no more unhealthy than any other tomato, which left Dutch Continue reading Hortyfruta gets an apology out of Dutch TV for insulting its tomatoes

Roquetas del Mar wants to build on protected natural spaces

Roquetas del Mar town hall has announced that it will try to overturn a ruling on “Las Salinas”, which is the only undeveloped part of the Roquetas beach front. “Las Salinas” has been declared an area of the Public Domain due to it’s importance for local wildlife; Roquetas town hall will join forces with local landowners, lead by Miguel Rifa (one of the founders of Hotel Playa Group, who sold out for a lot and Continue reading Roquetas del Mar wants to build on protected natural spaces