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Water war warms up

More than 4,000 demonstrators descended on the centre of Alicante on Tuesday to protest against the reduction in the amount of water that can...

Welshman hailed for his great humanitarian action

Hero Captain Archibald Dickson – master of the Stanbrook cargo ship that rescued over 2,600 refugees from Alicante harbour at the end of Spain’s...

Railway museum initiative gathers steam

The official agreement making Alicante a secondary base of the national railway museum was signed on Friday. City hall’s deal with the Spanish railway foundation...

Bid to create ‘bad bank’ social housing

A proposal that properties owned by the so-called ‘bad bank’ – the Sareb – should be turned into social housing has made by the...

Clogged river mouth poses flood risk

Urgent action to clean and dredge the mouth of the River Segura is required in Guardamar, mayor José Luis Sáez insisted at a meeting...

Electricity bill reduction procedure passed by Cabinet

The government has finally been able to approve the measure which will see the wholesale price of electricity reduced, bringing down bills for households,...

Large fines lie in wait for pimps and sex clients

The regional government has urged town halls to implement a new bylaw that they have drafted allowing for fines of up to €3,000 to...

Four-day week plan presented

The regional government is preparing aid for businesses of over €9,000 over three years for each employee allowed to work a four-day week. Conditions for...

Coast drainage project progress

The sustainable drainage project for La Zenia in Orihuela Costa is advancing as the second of its four phases has been put out to...

Back to square one for concert hall

The never-ending story of Jávea's elusive concert hall has gone back to the first chapter now the council has fired the architects behind the...

Call for life – 024

A nationwide helpline for people at risk of suicidal behaviour, the telephone number 024, was launched on Tuesday. Almost 4,000 people took their own lives...

Electricity bill reduction plan due to be passed today

The government is due to approve the plan to cap the price of gas – and so reduce the wholesale price of electricity –...

Coast protection plan saved

A plan to protect land along the Valencia region’s coastline has been granted a reprieve by the Supreme Court (TS). The territorial action plan for...

Alicante’s bid to save the fan mussel

Alicante university (UA) biologists are part of an international project to ‘help to save the fan mussel from extinction’, according to the education centre’s...

New rules proposed for restaurants and bars

The draft of a new regional government decree to regulate the activity of bars and restaurants has been published by the tourism department. Aside from...

Bonus for bees

The La Marina shopping centre in Finestrat has installed a beehive on its roof as part of its efforts to become a more sustainable...

More nurses for the health service

Regional health councillor Ana Barceló has given more information on the procedure to take on nearly 2,000 nurses for the health service in the...

Blue flag blitz – Alicante province leads the way in Spain

The Valencia region has more Blue Flags for its beaches and ports than any other region in Spain – with Alicante province top of...

Guardia Civil return to Ciudad Quesada

The Guardia Civil office in the Ciudad Quesada municipal centre in Rojales reopened on Tuesday. Full report in Friday’s Costa Blanca News

New dog beach for this summer

The first beach for dogs on the Mar Menor is slated to open in Los Alcázares this summer, announced the town hall. Full report in...
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Cherry farmers’ plea for help

Torrential rain this year destroyed most of the cherry crop, leaving farmers out of pocket and supermarket shelves empty. Farmers in the Marina Alta valleys...

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