• Bridge repair work starts

    Bridge repair work starts0

    Work is underway to repair the bridge on the N-332 in Torrevieja which was damaged when a truck transporting a vehicle with a crane lift smashed into the structure on Saturday. The section of the CV-95 which passes under the bridge will remain closed until the repair work is finished. Full report in Friday’s Costa

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  • Property assessed after partial collapse

    Property assessed after partial collapse0

    The façade of two-storey building in Almoradí town centre collapsed into the street on Sunday. A spokesman for the provincial fire brigade reported that a woman was inside the property on the ground floor at the time of the incident. However, no one was reported to have been injured. Full report in Friday’s Costa Blanca

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  • Hospital extension project launched

    Hospital extension project launched0

    The contract to extend Marina Baixa hospital in Villajoyosa has been put out to tender by the regional government for almost €60 million, announced the regional government. Full report in Friday’s Costa Blanca News Read more in this week’s print edition or go to e-paper Previous articleTests for UK travel start tomorrow

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  • Tests for UK travel start tomorrow

    Tests for UK travel start tomorrow0

    People travelling to the UK from any country will need to take pre-departure test from tomorrow (December 7). According to the UK’s Department of Health, ‘these are temporary measures that have been introduced to prevent further Omicron cases from entering the UK, and will be examined at the three-week review point on December 20’. Full

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  • Solar panels power water supply for Jávea homes

    Solar panels power water supply for Jávea homes0

    A new solar panel plant on Jávea water board office’s roof will generate enough electricity to cover the supply to taps in over 7,000 homes and fuel the company’s entire fleet of vehicles. Full report in Friday’s Costa Blanca News Read more in this week’s print edition or go to e-paper Previous articleCannabis clubs closed

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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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