• Benidorm gets tough over Easter weekend

    Benidorm gets tough over Easter weekend0

    Benidorm town hall is standing for no nonsense from holidaymakers trying to access the resort over this Easter weekend.In view of the increase in traffic reported this week, allegedly by tourists arriving by car, all access roads to the town will be blocked apart from five where police checkpoints will be set-up to ensure vehicles

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  • Virtual hospital visits

    Virtual hospital visits0

    Candy Wright on a hospital ‘goodies’ run Technology has been harnessed to keep patients and frontline medical staff in touch with the outside world after Dénia hospital closed its doors to help prevent the spread of Covid-19. Read more in this week’s print edition or go to e-paper SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleFormer mayor sentenced

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  • Former mayor sentenced over child porn case

    Former mayor sentenced over child porn case0

    Luis Serna during his term as mayor of Calpe Luis Serna, the former mayor of Calpe between 2007 and 2008, has been sentenced to seven years in prison for distributing child pornography. In addition, the court imposed another penalty of special disqualification for 10 years from any profession or trade, whether paid or not, which

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  • Fuel prices plummet

    Fuel prices plummet0

    The price of petrol is €1.089 at Gas Express in San Luis, Torrevieja The average price of fuel at petrol stations in Valencia region and Murcia has hit a four-year low.At a time when multinational companies shamelessly hike the cost of petrol and diesel to coincide with the millions of car journeys made for the

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  • Lennon classic is help for health heroes

    Lennon classic is help for health heroes0

    John Lennon’s timeless classic ‘Imagine’ has been rewritten by a group of talented Costa Blanca musicians as a tribute to the frontline heroes working in hospitals during the coronavirus crisis. Read more in this week’s print edition or go to e-paper SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleSlow return to ‘normal’ life Next articleFuel prices plummet

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  • TUNISIA ELECTIONS (UPDATE, ADDS TEXT) – Tunisians vote for president in run-off between jurist, media tycoon

    TUNISIA ELECTIONS (UPDATE, ADDS TEXT) – Tunisians vote for president in run-off between jurist, media tycoon0

    Ultraconservative jurist and law professor Kais Saied won Sunday’s presidential runoff election in a landslide in the second democratic election since the 2011 end of the dictatorship of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, according to an exit poll. According to the exit poll conducted by Emrhod and made public via the Mosaïque FM media outlet,

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