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Education & Employment news & information for Aragon

Ski slopes in Teruel and Huesca seek 150 new employees
Education/Work Mon, Sep 28, 2015

Ski slopes in Teruel and Huesca seek 150 new employees

JOB applications are now being taken for anyone who wants to work the ski season on the slopes of Aragón. Around 150 vacancies – which may increase depending upon demand as the season progresses – are awaiting...

'Best teacher in Spain': Zaragoza primary tutor is only Spaniard in 'Nobel' finals
Education/Work Sun, Dec 21, 2014

'Best teacher in Spain': Zaragoza primary tutor is...

A TEACHER in a Zaragoza school is the only Spanish finalist in the world in a new educational Nobel Award. Over 5,000 candidates from 127 countries were voted for the Global Teacher Prize, which carries a winning...

Jobseeking graduate 'advertises' himself in a shop window
Education/Work Sat, Aug 31, 2013

Jobseeking graduate 'advertises' himself in a shop...

A 28-YEAR-OLD graduate from Zaragoza displayed himself in a shop window for three days in a bid to get himself a job. Francisco Javier Cebollero, who has a degree in economics, three years' experience in hotel and...

Grandma wins right to maternity leave
Education/Work Tue, May 10, 2011

Grandma wins right to maternity leave

A GRANDMA from Zaragoza has won her fight to be entitled to 16 weeks' maternity leave to look after her new baby granddaughter. The baby's mum died in childbirth, meaning her grandmother has been awarded custody...

Ex-pupil arrested for stabbing teacher
Education/Work Thu, Nov 27, 2008

Ex-pupil arrested for stabbing teacher

A 16-year-old former pupil of the Tubalcain Institute in Tarazona (Zaragoza) was arrested yesterday lunchtime after stabbing one of the teachers. It seems that the teacher, who was not seriously injured, tried to...

Education/Work Mon, Nov 10, 2008

Hundreds evacuated after bogus bomb warning

A bomb warning received by the National Police at around 11am this morning forced the closure of the Vía Ibérica and Gran Vía in Zaragoza city centre, and hundreds of people to be evacuated from the ESIC Business...

Education/Work Fri, Jul 11, 2008

Expo performer out of danger after fall

The Argentinian actor injured during a performance of the 'Hombre Vertiente' show at Expo 2008 last Wednesday evening remains in a stable condition in the intensive care unit of Zaragoza's Clinical Hospital....

Farmers next to stage fuel price protests
Education/Work Fri, Oct 28, 2005

Farmers next to stage fuel price protests

The Cooperative of Agricultural and Livestock Farmers' Associations (COAG) and the Small Agricultural and Livestock Farmers' Union (UPA) announced yesterday that they are planning demonstrations to demand...

Education/Work Fri, Jul 2, 2004

Man arrested for employing 19 'illegal' residents

National Police has arrested the owner of a business in Mallén (Zaragoza), accused of employing 19 foreigners residing in Spain illegally. He is accused of a crime against the Foreigners’ Law and workers’ rights....

Education/Work Fri, May 7, 2004

School ceiling caves in, no one hurt

70 children of Broto (Huesca) have been left temporarily without a school after the plaster ceiling in one of the classrooms caved in last night, when luckily there was no one there. All children at the school were...

Education/Work Mon, Nov 17, 2003

Latin American revolutionary seminar

The ex-sandanista Minister for Education, ex-jesuit, coordinator of the so-called National Illiteracy Campaign 1984-1990, and current Nicaraguan Minister for Education, Fernando Cardenal, gave a presentation today...

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