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Author: Lydia Kay

Local Daily News 25th November

Tourism detects a 19% drop in the search for flights from the United Kingdom for this winter A Turisme report on the forecast demand for flights to the Costa Blanca until next March has detected a 19% drop in the British market compared to the same period a year ago.Read More

Local Daily News 24th November

Inflation will delay at least until the 2024-2025 academic year the opening of two key schools in Elche Two of the most important educational centres that are promised in Elche will have to wait at least two more years to open their doors. The construction of the Virgen de laRead More

Local Daily News 23rd November

Alicante will close 2022 as the warmest year since the data was analysed in 1961 Europe suffers the worst drought in 500 years – 47% of the European Union is on alert – and in Spain, according to the State Meteorological Agency, 2022 is, unless we have a monsoonal andRead More

Local Daily News 22nd November

The lemon trees of the Vega Baja bloom in the middle of November… and that is not good “It looks like spring, the lemon trees are in bloom. Climate change? Does anyone doubt it? Well, it’s called climate change,” José Vicente Andreu, president of the Young Farmers agrarian organisation, saidRead More

Local Daily News 21st November

Company dinners advance Christmas in Alicante fleeing from inflation Without limiting the number of people or an antigen test “just in case”, business dinners return to normal after the restrictions of the pandemic and face a new enemy: inflation. That combination of the desire to celebrate and fear of aRead More

Local Daily News 20th November

The latest technology allows multiplying by 200 the genes that are analysed to treat cancer Refine to the maximum in the diagnosis of cancer to design each customised treatment. The latest technology for addressing this disease allows the genes that are analysed to be multiplied by 200, thanks to massiveRead More

Local Daily News 19th November

La Vega Baja accumulates 25 requests for solar plants that would occupy a thousand hectares The boom in photovoltaic plants is spreading in the Vega Baja like an oil stain that threatens to turn the terraces of the region into solar farms. The farms are already quoted at 2,000 eurosRead More

Local Daily News 18th November

Footwear and agri-food maintain the export rhythm while metal and textiles fall The province is maintaining its positive trend in exports, although with some sectors already showing signs of exhaustion. The latest data published by the Ministry of Industry and Commerce reveal that companies from Alicante sold 1,721 million eurosRead More

Local Daily News 17th November

A network that exploited immigrants as day labourers has been dismantled in Albatera The National Police of Elche, in collaboration with the Superior Headquarters of Murcia, has dismantled in Albatera a network dedicated to the labour exploitation of immigrants as day labourers in the fruit picking in the provinces ofRead More

Local Daily News 16th November

Experts demand that the Ministry of Health accelerate the vaccination of chronic patients under 60 years of age Experts in Preventive Medicine and immunologists demand that the Ministry of Health accelerate the vaccination of chronic patients under 60 years of age, which some hospitals and health centres are beginning toRead More

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