We all know that with the current economic crisis, the government is desperate to make sure everyone who works is legal, and that fines for people caught working without contracts are increasing dramatically next month. Well, here’s a true story that happened this morning: One of our workers was coming into work in his uniform, when he was stopped by tráfico at a police stop in Huercal. They quickly checked his car papers and seemed Continue reading Tráfico now checking on your work status when they stop you…
Lenox Napier reports from the coast that: The Mojácar Town Hall now has a new desk – ‘Atención al Residente Extranjero’ – with Francisca Brunet, who speaks English, German and French and can help residents with their small problems and concerns from 9.00am until 1.00pm daily, Mondays to Fridays.
From Ecologistas en Accion & Indignados Nijar: a series of activities in Los Escullos, Nijar, taking place over the summer. (In Spanish, if you don’t understand it you probably won’t be interested!) (click da foto to make dam bigger, mon) CINE DE VERANO Y FESTIVAL DE MÚSICA EN EL CASTILLO DE SAN FELIPE EN LOS ESCULLOS.
A few years ago, when Spain was rolling in money, politicians were getting rich and builders even richer off the wealth of the happy foresteros flocking in from the UK and Germany, and it seemed as if the good times would never end, Spain decided to try out a law that had been on the statue books for two decades but never implemented, the Ley de Costas. This basically meant that the only reason people Continue reading The El Ejido chiringuito experiment – yep, it was a failure (as we all said all along)