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New Look for Almoradi Town Square

Almoradi council is to spend 60,000 euro in giving a new look to the town’s Plaza de la Libertad, thanks to a grant from the Alicante Provincial Council. New trees will be planted as well as creating a children’s play area.

Two Years for Man Who Punched Girlfriend Whilst Driving

A man who punched his partner in the face whilst he was driving their car between Dolores and Almoradi has been given a two-year jail sentence by Alicante Provincial Court. The incident happened in June 2014, and whilst the man was behind the wheel, he got into a verbal altercation with his girlfriend, which ended up with

Unroadworthy Road Sweepers Fined by Police

A row over the ending of a street cleaning contract in Callosa de Segura has seen the local police ticket two sweeping vehicles, who they said were not in a roadworthy condition and were running without the latest ITV certificates. The council have given notice that they were to end their contract with the SIREM company,

Pilar de la Horadada Police Target Law-Breaking Dog Owners

Pilar de la Horadada’s local police have launched a campaign against dogs fouling local streets and owners doing nothing to pick up the mess. Officers are reminding owners that they are breaking the law if they are not scooping up their pet’s poop, and they are also targeting people who are allowing their pets to

No Tax Rise in Spain Next Year

Taxes will not rise next year in Spain, despite the European Union calling for further fiscal pressure to reduce the country’s debt in order to meet its annual target. Secretary of State for the Treasury, José Enrique Fernández de Moya, insists Spain will be able to bring about a ‘fiscal consolidation’ to satisfy the EU

Murcia Mail-Order Marijuana Business Arrests

Four British people, aged between 28 and 50, who ran a mail-order marijuana distribution business out of the Murcia region have been arrested by the Guardia Civil. Parcels crammed with the drugs were sent out via the Correos office in Bullas to addresses in the UK and Ireland, after the drugs had been cultivated locally. Correos

Barriers at Entre Naranjos Urbanisation Entrance Are Illegal

The Entre Naranjos urbanisation has illegally installed barriers and fencing at its entrance, according to a report in the Información newspaper. Orihuela’s urban councillor Begoña Cuartero told Información that the council never got any official submissions sent into it for the barriers and fences to be put up, in addition to them being erected on what is a

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