Monday, January 13, 2014

No more minimum service in Arona as council locks lifeguards out of station and changes locks

Arona has locked the lifeguards out of their base station and changed the locks so that they cannot get access to what minimal vital equipment and supplies they have been utilising whilst providing minimum services. They are now no longer able even to comply with the legal requirement to provide those services, which means that […]


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