A pensioner called Miguel R. in Barcelona has been fined 160,000 euros by the city for putting up 300 “work wanted” posters around the city.
Pedro J. Ramírez is a flamboyant character who has been a thorn in the side of Spanish politicians for years. He runs (ran) El Mundo newspaper, which he helped found 25 years ago, and has edited ever since.
Yeah they’re ugly and too big, and the permit was dodgy, but what are you going to do? shrugged the Supreme Court of Andalucia. The matter was over a block of 129 apartments called “Balcón del Golf” in Playa Serena, Roquetas del Mar.
The nurses union has joined forces with patient organisations to denounce the “atrocious” state of Andalucian hospitals. They have published a series of damning reports of patient overcrowding, doctors working so long they faint, patients being sent home unattended, and the like. However, the Andalucian Health Service (SAS) continues to deny that anything is wrong, and says that the nurses union SATSE is simply blowing things out of proportion. The directors of two Seville hospitals, Continue reading Andalucian hospitals “look the other way” as A&E departments collapse