Taking 200€ of food isn’t theft, affirms Andalucian minister

“Taking a shopping cart full of food that’s worth about 200€ cannot be called theft, when they are going to give thousands of millions of euros to the banks”. That’s what the Andalucian minister for Housing and Development Elena Cortés (IU) said today. “llevarse un carro de comida por valor de 200 euros no se le puede llamar robar cuando se va a dar a los bancos miles de millones de euros” YES IT IS Continue reading Taking 200€ of food isn’t theft, affirms Andalucian minister

Ryanair generates 50 incidents a week for the Spanish air safety board

El Mundo reckons that Ryanair has accumulated 1201 “incidents” reported to the Spanish air safety board AESA since the beginning of the year, or about 50 a week. These “incidents” range from full scale emergencies such as cabin depressurization, or landing with not enough fuel in the tank, to “minor” infractions at airports or customer complaints. Mid-air terror for Ryanair passengers in Spain http://t.co/dfwqV5LA — The Olive Press (@olivepress) September 10, 2012 Ryanair carried 30 Continue reading Ryanair generates 50 incidents a week for the Spanish air safety board

Super Olé boss & ex-President of Almeria chamber of commerce legs it as courts search for him

It appears that Miguel Uribe, ex-President of the Almeria chamber of commerce ASEMPAL and head of Almería’s largest home grown supermarket chain, appears to have gone missing after he failed to turn up to a court in Murcia relating to the firing of 50% of the Super Olé workforce. The supermarket chain, based out of Almería, recently laid off 50% of its workforce and entered bankruptcy proceedings. However, a Murcian work court is considering a Continue reading Super Olé boss & ex-President of Almeria chamber of commerce legs it as courts search for him