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Community/Public Services news & information for Spain

MEPs to vote on clock change: 93% of Spaniards want permanent summer hours
Society Mon, Mar 25, 2019

MEPs to vote on clock change: 93% of Spaniards want...

EUROPEAN Members of Parliament are set to vote tomorrow (Tuesday) on what to do about the bi-annual hour change, with a view to ending its compulsory nature from March 2021. Those member States which want to remain on...

Spain marches for International Women’s Day
Society Fri, Mar 8, 2019

Spain marches for International Women’s Day

HUNDREDS of thousands of ladies and a fair few men hit the streets across Spain today (Friday) as part of the International Women’s Day demonstration – and a high number went on strike. Now a global phenomenon, the...

Paternity to leave to equal maternity by January 2021
Society Sat, Feb 23, 2019

Paternity to leave to equal maternity by January 2021

PATERNITY leave will rise to three months from next year and to four months by January 1, 2021 if the existing socialist government wins the elections this coming April, meaning men and women will be able to take the...

Trans boy, 15, wins right to change his name officially
Society Thu, Feb 14, 2019

Trans boy, 15, wins right to change his name officially

A TRANSSEXUAL teenager has won the battle to have his name printed on his national ID card after appealing a decision which claimed this was ‘not neutral enough’. Gabriel Delgado Suárez, 15, from Calatayud...

Photographing police will cease to be a crime unless officers’ safety are ‘demonstrably’ at risk
Society Thu, Feb 7, 2019

Photographing police will cease to be a crime unless...

A REFORM of the controversial public safety legislation known colloquially as ‘the gagging law’ means taking photographs or videos of police officers only attracts a fine if the act of doing so puts them or other...

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