Finally, 50 days after firing the provincial delegates for Tourism and Culture, President Griñán has gotten around to naming two new delegates for these jobs. Did the tourists stop coming? Did the local artists all suffer writers block and flee to pastures new? No? Guess we could have gone a bit longer saving these salaries, then. You will remember that Griñán had a fit of pique with the previous holders of these jobs (Yolanda Callejón Continue reading Hey, we’ve got new government delegates!→
In what La Voz is calling “Black Tuesday”: – The son of a local farmer in Palomares shot dead three members of the same gypsy family last night in a street just off the main square, using his fathers shotgun. It appears that the teenager had been having some problems with the family, which had culminated in him denouncing them to the Police. He then took matters into his own hands. Armed police are now Continue reading Palomares shooting leaves three dead: Update on “Black Tuesday”→
3 people were killed and at least one seriously injured after a gunman opened fire in the square of Palomares last night. Police arrested the young man soon afterwards but have not said what happened. Posted from WordPress for Android – mobile blogging!