As if the past weeks, if not months, of political rhetoric and endless promises aimed at securing votes has not been enough, ‘official’ campaigning for the Andalucian regional elections begins at midnight tonight, Thursday.
All eight provinces in Andalucia are on ‘yellow alert’ today, Tuesday, for heavy rains, string winds, snow and rough seas.
A total of twenty-three parties and one coalition have so far registered for the Andalucian regional elections due to take place on March 22nd 2016.
Andalucia has apparently met the deficit requirements for 2014, having also done so the previous year.
It began with vehement denials that Andalucia would hold early regional elections, so it will come as no surprise that the regional elections in Andalucia will be held on March 22nd 2015, one year early.
Tens of thousands of registered letters and official notices, along with around hundreds of thousands of items of ordinary mail, have accumulated in the post offices in Andalucia during the past, festive, month.
A total of nine people were injured in three fires in Andalucia on Thursday, these occurring in Ecija, Granada and Estepa.
Occupancy rates in rural accommodation in Andalucia over New Year have averaged 85% according to the Andalucian Network of Rural Accommodation (RAAR).
The first baby to arrive in Andalucia in 2015 was a girl named Stephanie, born at 00:30 at the Reina Sofia hospital in Córdoba.
A campaign has been launched to encourage people to visit museums and other cultural sites over the Christmas period, with 73 activities planned including contemplating the winter solstice in the Dolmens of Antequera.