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    • Your local station from Alicante to Cartagena.
    • Call the studio on 966 194 045
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    • Offering hourly live world news
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    The Olive Press News Feed
    WATCH: Spectacular fireball streak across Spain’s Andalucia night sky

    A DAZZLING fireball, produced by a rock detached from an asteroid, has streaked across the sky of southern Spain. The spectacular fireball, with a luminosity equivalent to a full moon,… Read More

    Lifeguard service in popular expat area extended until mid-October on Spain’s Costa Blanca

    BEACHES on Orihuela Costa will have an extended Rescue and Lifeguard service at weekends until Sunday October 17. The area includes areas popular with British expats such as Campoamar, Playa… Read More

    Bar in Spain’s Valencia has a zebra crossing painted over it’s outdoor terrace space, overnight

    A BAR owner in Valencia can’t get over his astonishment at finding a zebra crossing painted across the entire terrace of his bar, and just ten metres from another one.… Read More

    Nightlife sector in Spain’s Valencia demands opening of dance floors to 75% capacity

    NIGHTLIFE calls for urgent review of current measures that affect the sector and demand to be able to open dance floors to 75% capacity (currently limited at 50%) and extend… Read More

    Improved Covid rates lead to calls for extra high-speed trains to Madrid from Spain’s Costa Blanca

    THE TOURISM Department of Orihuela has demanded that ADIF (Administrador de Infraestructuras Ferroviarias) provide extra trains to cope with the increase in demand for high-speed access to Madrid. The Railway… Read More

    COVID-19 VACCINE: Spain to give booster jab to care home residents and other vulnerable groups

    SPAIN has announced it will immediately roll out plans to administer a third dose of Covid-19 vaccine to those considered the most vulnerable. Elderly people in care homes as well… Read More

    The Local News Feed
    Elderly in Spanish care homes to receive third dose of Covid-19 vaccine
    Those living in care homes in Spain will receive a third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine immediately the Public Health Commission confirmed on Thursday.
    Brits living in Spain warned of immigration problems for Spanish partners in the UK
    Brits living in Spain and other EU countries have been warned of complex and drawn-out administrative processes if they want to move back to the UK with a European partner before the deadline of March 2022.
    Alert raised over quake surge around Canary Island volcano
    Experts were keeping a close watch Thursday on a volcano in Spain's Canary Islands which last erupted 50 years ago after observing an upsurge in seismic activity and magma displacements.
    Brexit news roundup: All the latest info for Brits in Spain
    Stay up-to-date with the latest developments, news and concerns regarding Brexit for UK nationals who live in Spain. This week we look at charges for receiving parcels, passport stamps, and driving licence deadlines.
    Could regions across Spain enforce Covid health passes after Galicia's green light?
    Spain's Supreme Court has authorised the obligation to show a Covid health pass in restaurants and nightlife establishments in Galicia, which reopens the possibility for the use of the pass in the rest of Spain.
    Two Americans die scaling sea cliffs in Spain
    Two American men have plunged to their deaths while scaling sea cliffs on Spain's holiday island of Mallorca, police said on Wednesday.
    UK News From Sky
    Major changes to international travel rules expected today

    Major changes to the rules for international travel are expected to be announced later, according to reports. Read More

    Ex-TOWIE star reveals 'every parent's worst nightmare' after finding baby 'blue' in cot

    Ex-TOWIE star Lucy Mecklenburgh has said she experienced "every parent's worst nightmare" when she found her baby "blue" in his cot. Read More

    For the first time ever, Oxford and Cambridge miss out on top spot in UK university rankings

    For the first time ever, neither Cambridge nor Oxford have topped The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide, with the University of St Andrews securing the No 1… Read More

    Record migrants cross Channel but numbers are dwarfed by unauthorised people in UK

    As a record number of migrants have crossed the Channel this summer, they have become the face of illegal immigration into the UK. Read More

    Violence against women should be as much a priority as terrorism, report finds after Sarah Everard murder

    Stopping violence against women should be considered as much of a priority for the police as combating terrorism, a major report has found. Read More

    World News From SKY
    Italy makes vaccine passport compulsory - workers can be fined and suspended without pay

    Italy is to become the first European country to make a vaccine passport system compulsory for all workers. Read More

    France suspends thousands of health workers 'without pay' after they fail to get vaccinated

    Around 3,000 health workers in France have been suspended, reportedly without pay, for failing to get vaccinated against COVID-19 ahead of a deadline this week to have at least one… Read More

    Fossil fuel firms sue governments across the world for £13bn as climate policies threaten profits

    Fossil fuel companies are suing governments across the world for more than $18bn (£13bn) after action against climate change has threatened their profits, according to research conducted by campaign group… Read More

    Prince William launched Earthshot Prize so he 'could look his children in the eye' and say he fought climate change

    Prince William launched the Earthshot Prize so he could look his "children in the eye" and say he "did [his] bit" in the fight against climate change, a close aide… Read More

    Ocean Photography Awards capture the beauty of marine life - and its suffering

    A striking image of an endangered turtle among glass fish, taken on the spur of the moment, has won this year's Ocean Photographer of the year award. Read More

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