Author: Lydia Kay

Local Daily News 3rd July

European police patrol in Alicante and Benidorm The streets of Alicante and those of Benidorm once again welcome police officers from other countries within the “European Police Stations” project. Agents from Germany and France have already been seen this week patrolling the streets of Alicante together to reinforce attention toRead More

Local Daily News 2nd July

The City Council of Torrevieja will fine the buyers of products from the unlicensed vendors on the seafront The coexistence ordinance of the City Council of Torrevieja approved yesterday by the PP in plenary will sanction people who buy products from the unlicensed vendors on the seafront. The fine ofRead More

Local Daily News 1st July

Eighty people live in poverty without a roof in Torrevieja There are eighty homeless  people in Torrevieja, as revealed yesterday by the NGOs that work with vulnerable groups in the city. This relevant data was moved yesterday as a result of the controversial municipal ordinance of Coexistence that sanctions “beggingRead More

Local Daily News 29th June

The Costa Blanca starts July with 25,000 unsold places but notes that the season will last until the end of October The tourist sector of the Costa Blanca kicks off the high season this weekend with a July in which hotels and tourist apartments still have 25% of the placesRead More

Local Daily News 28th June

Delays in the manufacture of cars trigger prices in the second-hand market The perfect storm that has been unleashed on the automobile sector, with the lack of components as the main issue, is already having its impact on the second-hand market as well. The delays that are being recorded inRead More

Local Daily News 27th June

Up to 189,000 households in the province will benefit from the Government’s anti-crisis measures Up to 189,000 households in the province will be able to benefit from the anti-crisis measures announced by the Government on Saturday, such as the implementation of a check for 200 euros per month for familiesRead More

Local Daily News 26th June

Government and Consell fail to comply with the agreement with the irrigators and close the aquifers without fixing the water of the Júcar-Vinalopó The Júcar Hydrographic Confederation has finally approved by 24 votes in favour -including those of the Generalitat- and three against (Central Board of the Jucar-Vinalopó Transfer, CommunityRead More

Local Daily News 25th June

Hogueras 2022, a golden business for hotels, bars and restaurants in Alicante There were high hopes for the Hoguerasof 2022, which promised to become a shock after two years of pandemic in which the city has not been able to celebrate its big parties. Some wishes that have finally comeRead More

Local Daily News 24th June

Contrast on the Night of San Juan with the beaches empty in Elche and overflowing in Torrevieja and Santa Pola Yesterday was a Night of San Juan of contrasts between those who wanted to symbolically burn these years of pandemic and health crisis and the municipalities that, tired of bonfires,Read More

Local Daily News 23rd June

Covid admissions rise 40% in the Torrevieja Hospital in a week with 20 hospitalised Covid is still there. Covid admissions at the University Hospital of Torrevieja have rebounded strongly in the last week. The health centre that serves the population of Torrevieja and nine other municipalities on the coast andRead More

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