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Stolen car – and dog – found after agonising three days

A distraught woman who appealed to the person who stole her car to keep the vehicle but give her back her dog is now...

Gota Fria Alert

Valencia towns embrace themselves for torrential rain and flooding.  'Gota Fria' downpours forecast from Friday and throughout the weekend has the Valencian region on...

Coworking on the rise

More and more young entrepreneurs in Castellón are opting to work in shared offices with others as a way to save costs.

Mozzie madness

SEVERAL Castellón towns are pleading the regional government to take action and help fight the tiger mosquito plague that is currently affecting residents.

Hash-grower with 116 plants acquitted after proving personal use

A MAN caught growing 116 hash plants in a Burjassot basement has been acquitted after successfully showing they were all for personal use. The 41-year-old...

Llíria cancer run success

OVER 1,000 runners took part in the event held in Llíria last Sunday, helping raise funds to fight against cancer.

No to mobile phone ban

With the central government thinking about banning phones in schools, teachers and experts believe it is better to establish guidelines for their use rather...

Scandal over artwork

A SERIES of sculptures depicting erotic scenes have caused controversy among those who believe they are too explicit for children and those who simply...

Yes, lightning does strike twice – at least in Bellreguard

TWO holidaymakers on Bellreguard beach were struck on Friday by a bolt of lightning – which fell over 100 metres away.

Prison for drug dealing mayor

THE MAYOR of Torres Rafael Gil will serve an eight-year prison sentence for belonging to a gang of drug dealers.

Alleged killer still missing

The whereabouts of Borriol resident José Gallego are still currently unknown, a week after his partner’s body was found stabbed to death

Everyone wants to help Mary

With hours of Costa Blanca News publishing our article on fluffy puppy Mary - an adorable adopted eight-month-old dog who requires specialist operation to...

Expat exodus from inland Valencia province

EXPATS are leaving the Vall d'Albaida, La Costera and Canal de Navarrés in droves, according to Spain's National Statistics Institute (INE) – six in...

Home emergencies on the rise

CASTELLÓN’S doctors and nurses are having to deal with a steep increase in home emergencies on a daily basis, according to figures recently released...

Restrictions lifted for Gandía forest fire aid

INCOME levels will be no barrier to regional government help for victims of the Marxuquera fire in response to Gandía mayoress Diana Morant's request.

Electric scooters ride into Valencia

CALIFORNIA-BASED company Lime has started renting its electric scooters in the capital city, using a similar business model to the public bike rental service.

Oliva pensioner ‘attacked Brit’ at beach festival

OLIVA police believe a 75-year-old man who reported being 'attacked' during a rock festival may have pulled the first punch.

Triumphant Tomatina

BUÑOL once again became the centre of attention for most of the world on Wednesday, celebrating its acclaimed Tomatina festival.

Measles spike continues

THE number of people that have gone down with the disease in the region is already five times as large as the total from...

Foreigners buy five homes every day

CASTELLÓN province’s real estate sector is booming as of late, with buyers from other European countries increasing their number of properties in the area.



Brit tourists wanted: Gandia taps the London market

BRITISH holidaymakers have always been thin on the ground in Gandia, but local authorities are determined to change all that – they spent three...

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