An interesting press release arrives from the Peoples Republic of North Korea: Pyongyang (KCNA) — The number of foreign tourists to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is expected to increase this year amid the growing worldwide interest in the country, which successfully carried out its peaceful satellite launch and underground nuclear test in recent months. In particular, the arrivals will be on rise from European countries, including Germany, UK and the Netherlands. The figure Continue reading Pyongyang now a rival tourism destination for Mojacar?
The Judge has agreed to suspend the charges levied against the Infanta (Princess Cristina of Spain) after the Public Prosecutor argued there was no reason to involve her in the Caso Noos corruption case, after the Court ruled there was sufficient evidence to charge her with conspiring to defraud the public purse earlier this week. Making a mockery of Spain’s claim that “Justice is for all”, the Public Prosecutor, no less, refused to get the Continue reading Princess won’t face court in corruption enquiry
La Voz reports that the anti-noise bylaw was finally not submitted to final voting at the Mojacar council meeting yesterday. This is the bylaw I referenced here last week (Why is nobody contesting the Mojacar music ban?). Instead, the Mayor ordered that a new replacement bylaw proposal be given to all politcal parties for studying during one week before a new vote is to be called on it. I have yet to find the text Continue reading Anti noise bylaw dropped by Mojacar townhall – live music becomes legal (for the minute!)