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Local Daily News 15th June

The boom in the real estate market triggers the income of the Generalitat in the province Owners and promoters are not the only ones who are benefiting from the boom that the Alicante real estate market has been experiencing since the end of the lockdown and, especially, since last summer.Read More

Local Daily News 14th June

The incidence of melanoma in the province of Alicante is the highest in the Valencian Community The province of Alicante registers the highest incidence rate of melanoma in the Valencian Community. According to data from the Ministry of Health, the incidence rate is 13.3 per 100,000 new cases in menRead More

Local Daily News 13th June

Hundreds of caravans invade coastal areas uncontrollably There are barely days left for the children to finish school and the heat is more overwhelming than usual. Summer has arrived earlier and that is noticeable on the coastal strip of Santa Pola and Elche, where traffic is already beginning to parkRead More

Local Daily News 12th June

The lack of child psychologists delays the follow-up of children with mental health problems to a month and a half More suicide attempts, more self-harm and a general increase in mental disorders. It is the effect that the coronavirus pandemic has left in children and young people. For a yearRead More

Local Daily News 11th June

The new treatment plant in Elche will have a green roof and its construction will generate 900 jobs The new treatment plant in Elche, which will replace the current one in Algorós after a comprehensive reform, will be integrated into the landscape with a completely vegetal cover and solar panels.Read More

Local Daily News 10th June

Tourism entrepreneurs ask the administrations to lower taxes and bureaucracy to guarantee the recovery of the sector The recovery of the tourism sector is moving at “cruising speed” and a very good summer and year are expected for this sector. Businessmen highlight the work it has taken to get toRead More

Local Daily News 9th June

Queues of up to an hour at the Alicante-Elche airport due to the lack of means for passport control for British tourists The lack of foresight by the Government, specifically the Ministry of the Interior, to deal with the avalanche of British tourists who arrive in Spain on holiday onceRead More

Local Daily News 8th June

The Costa Blanca leads the national tourism recovery and by the end of the year it will be at 85% of pre-covid business figures The tourism sector of the Costa Blanca expects to reach a level of recovery of 85% by the end of the year over the last yearRead More

Local Daily News 7th June

Turisme and Hosbec create a new program to favour the employment of disadvantaged groups Turisme Comunitat Valenciana together with the Hotel and Tourism Business Association of the Valencian Community (Hosbec) and the Valencian Charity Association (Casa Caridad) have launched a new training program that facilitates the labour integration of disadvantagedRead More

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