If you’re in Almería today and bored, you might want to swing by the port where three minesweepers of the Spanish Navy will be having an open day. They are the three naval ships that have spent the week off the coast of Vera on exercises, the cazaminas Tajo, Sevilla and Segura. Everytime a Navy ship sails into port, it’s described as a cazaminas, doesn’t the Spanish Navy have anything bigger? Or do we just Continue reading 3 minesweepers of the Spanish Navy on show in Almería port
The Mayor of Garrucha is going out in style after he signed yesterday a license for the construction of 1,500 homes and a shopping centre in the sector 2 zone (the flat bit of land between Garrucha and the main bypass) which is to be built by a company called Hispavima. Hispavima will be building on 292,000 square metres of land, and plans to construct 1.100 homes to be sold on the open market, plus Continue reading 1,500 homes approved for Garrucha (plus Lidl and another shopping centre)
If you are on the padrón but not registered to vote (despite what many townhalls are telling you, these are two different things) you have one final chance to get on the electoral roll during the week between the 6th and 13th of April. All townhalls are obliged to carry out a final check of the electoral roll (exposición del lista censo electoral) during this week, so you can go to your townhall, ask if Continue reading Last chance to register to vote in the May municipal elections!
The Provincial Court of A Coruña (Galicia) has ordered that all dogs be banned from an urbanisation because one of the owners suffers from cynophobia (fear of dogs). The owner claims that he/she cannot be in the same building as a dog without suffering from trembling fears. Naturally enough, the rest of the community is up in arms about the decision. The cynophobe originally lost the case in the local courts, but appealed and the Continue reading All dogs banned from an urbanisation because one owner is scared of them