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Bid to save over 25,000 lives

SPEED limiting technology will form part of a package of safety measures for all vehicles sold in Europe from 2022 after new regulations were...

What a mess

BRITAIN’S Prime Minister Theresa May won the backing of her Cabinet for a draft European Union divorce deal on Wednesday at a meeting in...

EU steps into murky marshes

A MONTE Pego resident group has been summoned to Brussels after the European Union Petitions Committee agreed to investigate ongoing sewage leaks into the...

Costa included in huge EU water treatment fine

THE EUROPEAN Union Court of Justice condemned Spain to pay a multi-million euro fine on Wednesday for delaying the adaptation to European regulations of...

New EU rules benefit expat consumers

THE EUROPEAN Commission has advised that it is banning surcharges for consumer debit and credit card payments made online - and in shops -...

Brexit deadlock

  THE EUROPEAN Union’s chief negotiator on Brexit, Michel Barnier admitted yesterday (Thursday) that talks are in deadlock over money but a lot of progress...

EU leaders support Madrid – extreme right and eurosceptics back Catalan...

While EU leaders in París  (Macron), Germany (Merkel) and Holland have voiced  their support towards Madrid over Sunday's ilegal independency vote in Cataluña, extreme...

Fight for Brexit rights

EXPAT pressure groups have backed the European Parliament’s rejection of Prime Minister Theresa May’s ‘deal’ for EU citizens living in Britain. In Brussels, MEPs maintain...

Brexit triggered – ‘Now get us a good deal’ say expats

EXPATS have had their say after the UK government triggered Article 50 on Wednesday to start the process of leaving the European Union. Now there...

Brexit date set

The British government has announced it will invoke article 50 triggering the Brexit process on Wednesday March 29. Theresa May thus fulfils her promise...

EU-UK brinkmanship with expats

FURTHER anxiety about expats' future in Europe has been heaped on this week by an EU report leaked to The Guardian into the legal...

Spanish banks ordered to pay back mortgage ‘floor clause’ amounts

THE EU Supreme Court has ordered banks must pay back all the amounts overcharged to mortgage payers who had a so-called 'floor clause' (minimum...

Let them know we matter

THIS week the Costa Blanca News group launches the petition ‘Tell the UK government you want associate EU citizenship’. We are aiming to show Theresa...

The cost of Brexit

THE EU is set to impose new border controls which could affect British citizens travelling to Europe from a post-Brexit UK. These include an entry-exit...

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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...