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No trams until mid-2020?

THE TENDER for the remodelling of tram station platforms for Line 9 between Benidorm and Dénia has been authorised, but it is clear that...

Blaze engulfs three Dénia apartment blocks

AN INFERNO on Dénia's busiest pedestrian street engulfed three blocks and forced over 50 residents out onto the street as 'balls of fire' cascaded...

Michelin stars shine on the Costa

TWO MORE restaurants in Calpe have received prestigious Michelin stars and so has El Xato in La Nucía. Alicante now becomes one of the Spanish...

Diphtheria case in Dénia confirmed

A CASE of diphtheria has been diagnosed at Dénia hospital – only the fifth in three years in Spain, where the highly-contagious condition was...

Ready, steady, beach!

HEAVY machinery was at work on the pebble beaches of Jávea this week as the resort prepares for the annual influx of visitors during...

Businesses fear crisis summer

BUSINESS owners fear a disastrous tourist season as road closures hit the centre of Dénia over the summer in a controversial programme of redevelopment. They...

All set for Fallas

Dénia's Saladar falla is one of hundreds that were being erected throughout the region yesterday and will be set on fire on Monday night....

Dénia residents say ‘no’ to Marqués de Campo car ban

UST over half of residents in Dénia who responded to a survey do not want the main Marqués de Campo street to be pedestrianised,...

Missing women found safe in Montgó cave

A FLAT mobile phone battery, clothing not fit for a night on the tiles and darkness all around turned two Spanish walkers' Montgó trip...

‘Black flags’ for Dénia and Moraira beaches

ECOLOGISTS in Action have awarded 'black flags' to beaches across the region for erosion, overbuilding and other environmental issues. Blay Beach in Dénia gets a...

“Non-vaccinated children put the whole community at risk”

ANTI-VACCINATION campaigners and parents who heed them have been given a harsh warning by Dénia Hospital's manager: “You're putting lives in danger.” “The widespread 'post-truth'...

Downpours cool off (and flood) the Costa

A human chain on Les Deveses beach on Sunday in protest over the poor state of their shores could be seen as jumping the...

Animal aid group founders helped themselves

ANIMAL-LOVERS and pet shelters have been cruelly duped by a pair who pocketed over €300,000 in donations to feed rescued dogs and cats and...

Cova Tallada safety fears ahead of summer

VISITS to the popular Tallada cave straddling the Dénia-Jávea border need to be restricted to protect marine wildlife and human safety. Part of the Cabo...

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Top UK musician drowns in Níjar

By Richard Torné A top British rock musician has drowned while on holiday in Níjar. Session guitarist Michael Casswell, 53, who played in the West End...

‘Cuddle thieves’ caught

GUARDIA Civil have arrested two Romanian women (age 28 and 38) as they were about to 'cuddle'-rob an elderly expat couple in La Senieta...