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Big Radio 2 Is Back

Big Radio has returned with 24 hours a day non stop hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s, 

It has returned to the airwaves of the Costa Blanca with a brand new transmitter and a new schedule of fantastic music on the frequency 102.4 fm and online, Listen on Alexa with the command ” Alexa Play Big Radio 2 Spain”, for UK listeners install the Big Radio 2 Skill

BR2 can currently be recieved on many streaming platforms including My Tuner Radio 
Watch this space for more details coming soon

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    Latest news

    The Olive Press News Feed
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    Exclusive: Expat’s fury as birthday gift containing favourite UK goodies seized by customs due to Brexit

    A BRITISH expat has branded post-Brexit rules ‘his worst nightmare’ after a birthday present of his favourite treats from the UK was banned from entering the country.  Mike Battle, 41,… Read More

    Can Brits go on VAT-free spending sprees in Spain because of Brexit? An EXPLAINER on various taxes that now – or no longer – apply as of January 1

    Britain has left the EU and is free to set its own value-added tax (VAT) laws. It has already made the most of this by announcing changes to the VAT… Read More

    Down in the dumps: Spain ignoring recycling targets

    SPAIN has been ignoring critical European-wide waste recycling targets. The country has not just been missing a 50% recycling (or re-use) target set by the EU, but the situation is… Read More

    Saga to demolish an eyesore La Manga hotel dating back to 1974 continues on Murcia’s Mar Menor

    PLANS to demolish an unfinished La Manga hotel continue to be in limbo as a structural survey says the building has not yet reached a ‘state of imminent ruin’. It… Read More

    Sales plunged: Property lows last seen in 2011, but signs for Spain are good in 2021

    HOUSE sales in Spain plunged 18% last year, with some tourist hotspots the hardest hit. According to the country’s National Statistics Institute, 415,000 houses were sold in 2020, the lowest… Read More

    The Local News Feed
    Spain-Portugal border closure extended until mid-March
    Police checks at the border between Spain and Portugal will continue until at least March 16th, the Spanish government has confirmed, in a bid to control the spread of coronavirus with only those with justified cause allowed to cross.
    Noisy neighbours: What are my rights in Spain?
    Noise is part of daily life in Spain, but what can you do if you are constantly being bothered or woken up by a neighbour’s banging or a dog barking while you’re at home? Here is a round-up of the laws protect you and the steps to take action.
    Police van torched in Barcelona protest against rapper's jailing
    A police van was torched and looting broke out on Saturday as police and protesters clashed in the latest demonstration in Barcelona, 11 days after the jailing of a Spanish rapper in a highly contentious free speech case.
    Cattle on stranded ship should be killed, Spanish vet report says
    More than 850 cows that were stranded aboard a ship in the Mediterranean for months are not fit for transport, a confidential report by Spanish government veterinarians said, according to Reuters.
    Self-employed in Spain: Seven ways to save money on your income tax return
    ‘Autónomo’ fees in Spain are notoriously high but there are a number of tricks that self-employed workers can use to cut costs in their quarterly tax returns.
    Property in Spain: The different ways to buy a home (and their pros and cons)
    When it comes to buying a property in Spain, there are more purchase options available than doing it through a real estate agency or a private seller. Here we take look a the advantages and disadvantages of each way of buying a home in Spain, covering everything from costs to risks.
    UK News From Sky
    Hunt for mystery person infected with Brazilian COVID-19 'variant of concern' after six cases confirmed in Britain

    A hunt is under way for one of the first people in the UK believed to have contracted a Brazilian "variant of concern". Read More

    Brazil variant: Where in the UK was it found, is it more deadly and do vaccines work against it?

    Surge testing will take place from Monday after cases of the Brazil COVID-19 "variant of concern" were found in England and Scotland. Read More

    World could face more chemical attacks similar to Salisbury poisonings, defence secretary warns

    The world could face more chemical attacks in the wake of the Salisbury poisonings as people can now learn to make such weapons online, the defence secretary has warned. Read More

    Vaccine programme to receive £1.7bn 'shot in the arm' in chancellor's budget

    A huge boost in spending on the UK's COVID-19 vaccine programme will be announced by the chancellor in the Budget on Wednesday. Read More

    Golden Globe wins for The Crown and British stars - as Chadwick Boseman honoured posthumously

    The Crown reigned with several awards at this year's Golden Globes, as other British stars including Sacha Baron Cohen and John Boyega were also big winners. Read More

    World News From SKY
    Bloodiest day in Myanmar protests as shots fired into crowds leave 18 dead

    Police in Myanmar have fired tear gas, water cannon and stun grenades at pro-democracy protestors, killing at least 18 people dead, the UN has said. Read More

    New West Bank lockdown as Palestinians face surge of coronavirus cases

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    'Have you missed me?': Trump says he may run for the White House again in 2024

    Donald Trump has suggested he may run for president again in 2024 - amid an angry attack on Joe Biden in his first major address since leaving the White House. Read More

    Trainer Gordon Elliott apologises 'profoundly' for photo of him sitting on top of dead horse

    Horse trainer Gordon Elliott has apologised "profoundly" for an image in which he appeared to be sitting on a dead horse. Read More

    Migrants resort to treacherous night hikes through snowy, frozen Alps from Italy to France

    Migrants and asylum seekers are resorting to dangerous night hikes through the Alps to reach France, aid workers are reporting. Read More

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