Author: Lydia Kay

Local Daily News 27th May

The Ministry of Education launches an exclusive training plan for the 78,000 teachers to change the teaching model Teaching is going to take a significant turn from the next school year starting with the odd years, first, third and fifth of Primary, where the new educational law will begin toRead More

Local Daily News 26th May

Employment record in Benidorm: The city closes April with fewer unemployed The best employment figures in 14 years. Easter and the tourist recovery after the crisis caused by the covid-19 pandemic have allowed Benidorm to close the month of April with record employment figures. This is reflected in the statisticsRead More

Local Daily News 25th May

Police arrest 43 people for a drug network directed from Torrevieja The National Police has arrested 43 people linked to an international drug trafficking network led by a Briton from a villa in Torrevieja where he resides. In the operation carried out last week, 250 agents were mobilised to carryRead More

Local Daily News 24th May

Health centres cancel minor surgeries due to lack of resources and covid forces them to cancel operations again Hospitals and health centres in the province of Alicante have not fully recovered the normality that the pandemic blew up more than two years ago. In recent days, the Doctor Balmis HospitalRead More

Local Daily News 23rd May

A fire burns a palm orchard in Callosa de Segura A fire has affected a palm orchard in Callosa de Segura since the afternoon of this Saturday. The notice of the fire was received around 3:15 p.m. and shortly before 9:00 p.m. it was still active, although some means wereRead More

Local Daily News 22nd May

The return of the British brings back tourist activity and opens new businesses in Benidorm Full streets, bars with terraces that are packed, hotels with few free places and businessmen who resume their activity. British tourism has returned to Benidorm to stay. In recent weeks, the landing of these travellersRead More

Local Daily News 21st May

Orihuela begins the repair of the sinkhole in the Paseo de La Caleta in Cabo Roig pending from the DANA of 2019 The Orihuela City Council has begun work this morning to repair the sinkhole on the La Caleta beach promenade in Cabo Roig, which occurred due to the torrentialRead More

Local Daily News 20th May

The Ministry of Health ensures that six health centres in the Torrevieja area will have doctors only for emergencies 24 hours a day this summer The emergency services of six health centres in the department of Torrevieja will remain open 24 hours a day this summer. It is something thatRead More

Local Daily News 19th May

10,000 women in the province of Alicante will be able to benefit from the new sick leave due to painful periods The future sexual and reproductive health law provides for sick leaves, at the expense of the State, for women who suffer painful periods. The measure can benefit some 10,000Read More

Local Daily News 18th May

Almost a thousand children from the Marina Baixa left without care due to the lack of paediatricians at the Regional Hospital The Ministry of Health continues without putting forward a solution to alleviate the five casualties registered in the Paediatric staff of the Hospital Comarcal de la Marina Baixa, whichRead More

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