The EU has opened an investigation into the new law in Andalucia that allows people to live rent free in their own homes, if they ask the Andalucian government to seize it before the bank can expropriate it. The law, which the Communists bought in last month, allows people who are about to have their homes repossessed by the banks to ask the Andalucian government to seize it “in the national interest”. The home then Continue reading EU says Andalucia probably can’t expropriate homes from the banks for people to live in for free
One of the founders of Valdeserra private school in Vera, Ambrosio Cuevas, is in trouble after Vera council yesterday voted an emergency meeting to declare null two mortgage inscriptions he took out on the school with the “implicit” approval of the townhall. In short: Ambrosio Cuevas, a big mate of the crooked ex-mayor of El Ejido Juan Enciso, who is out on a bail of 100,000€ from jail whilst the prosecutors work out how much Continue reading Valdeserra school in Vera caught up in mortgage scandal with Vera townhall
Whilst out in the fields yesterday, we spotted a bird which I later thought was a Kestrel flying off nearby and so went to investigate. We then found this: It’s a local snake, which I have identified as a Culebra lisa meridional, known commonly as the Coronella girondica or in English, Riccioli’s Snake, missing its head. It’s non venemous. Don’t ask me what the Spanish call it – the common local name for anything small Continue reading Found a snake being eaten by a bird!
I’ve stumbled across a nasty new CV scam, and it’s probably worth telling people about. What seems to be happening is that in the last couple of weeks I’ve started receiving, through the official business emails, a number of scam CV from job applicants. Hey, I’ve been receiving dozens of legitimate CV applications – 65% unemployment in El Puche (Almeria) it was reported this week – but this is something new and automated. It’s either Continue reading I’ve discovered a nasty new CV scam