For a number of reasons, I was down at the INEM (jobs office) office in Huercal Overa this pm. Feeling bored, I started to play around with the “find a job” computer, where the INEM publishes all of the jobs going that they know about. You can search by quite a few different criteria, and I choose the “geographical” option. Lots of types of jobs going. Hairdresser seems popular. Here’s the number of jobs available Continue reading Jobs going across Andalucia (According to INEM)
The biggest gust of wind in Spain today appears to have been in Almeria, where we had one of 140kph. Talking of which, why is Spain boasting that today they have had their biggest ever production of electricity by wind generators thanks to the powerful gusts, while the UK always seems to shut them down as soon as there’s a gust of wind?
It’s expected to rain up to 60% more than normal during this Spring, according to the Met office.
Helen & Len Prior, the couple who had their house demolished in Vera, met yesterday at the promised meeting between the Junta de Andalucia (Mr Demolition man himself, Caparros was there) and the Mayor of Vera. Both the Mayor and the Junta have so far refused to issue any statement on the outcome of the meeting, according to the Spanish press, and I can’t find any updates from the Priors.
It appears a gas bottle exploded in her kitchen of her villa, located on Calle El Palmeral on Mojacar Playa, yesterday about 13:00. Guardia Civil are refusing to comment on the case, except to say that they do not looking at an external source for the explosion. The lady was a 50 year old Spanish lady, native to Mojacar, with initials M.T.P.G.