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Author: Lydia Kay

Local Daily News 5th December

The Generalitat is processing 24 solar plants in Elche that would supply more than 13,000 families each year The fever for renewable energy is unstoppable and the extensive Camp d’Elx is one of the territories where photovoltaic companies have set their sights on promoting 24 solar plant projects that, ifRead More

Local Daily News 4th December

The administration hinders citizen access to services with electronic bureaucracy The mandatory prior appointment model that public administrations, banks and other institutions imposed due to the restrictions on physical appointments and the reduction in face-to-face care that the pandemic forced is here to stay, but it has become a wallRead More

Local Daily News 3rd December

The Consell allocates 13.5 million in aid against floods in the Vega Baja he Generalitat has presented a new aid package to the 27 municipalities of the region, worth 13.5 million euros, so that the town councils can carry out actions to reduce the consequences of new episodes of torrentialRead More

Local Daily News 2nd December

The Church will make an inventory of the pieces that house the religious buildings of Orihuela The inventory of the heritage that houses the religious buildings owned by the Church in Orihuela begins. The Diocese has launched a project to catalogue all the pieces, one by one, so that theyRead More

Local Daily News 1st December

Elche will build a permanent shelter for the homeless next to the Cáritas overnight building The increase in homeless people in Elche is a sad reality that worries the municipality. The streets of the city have seen the number of homeless people increase coinciding with the approval of the controversialRead More

Local Daily News 30th November

Mazón calls for a second decentralisation to provide the municipalities with the necessary funds to manage their powers A second decentralisation. This time focused on the municipalities. This is what Spain needs to complete the constitutional path towards closeness to the citizens, as defended by the president of the AlicanteRead More

Local Daily News 29th November

Benidorm demands 2.2 million from the Generalitat to face the increase in the energy cost of the wastewater treatment plant The Benidorm City Council will require the Public Entity for Wastewater Sanitation of the Valencian Community (EPSAR) to pay the 2.2 million euros that, according to the municipal government ofRead More

Local Daily News 28th November

The province of Alicante gains another 19,000 inhabitants in six months thanks to immigration The province of Alicante gained 19,000 inhabitants during the first half of the year, thanks again exclusively to immigration. The population estimate as of July 1st, 2022 that has just been published by the National InstituteRead More

Local Daily News 27th November

Turisme foresees that the 2023 Bono Viaje mobilises 40,000 visitors in the low season The regional secretary of Tourism, Francesc Colomer, has positively valued the nearly 95 million euros that the Consell has budgeted for Turisme Comunitat Valenciana in the preliminary draft of the Generalitat Budget Law for 2023. Specifically,Read More

Local Daily News 26th November

The province reaches the highest figure in seven years with 62,800 long-term unemployed The longer you remain unemployed, the more difficult it is to get a job again. This is an indisputable reality that administrations are trying to remedy with different insertion and training programs. These initiatives, however, are runningRead More

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