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Rockar Hyundai is honoured as an all-new way to buy a new car

One of Hyundai’s most innovative retail operations in Europe, the Rockar Hyundai digital store in Kent’s Bluewater Shopping Centre, has won a prestigious L.E.A.D.E.R. (Leaders in European Automotive Development, Excellence and Research) award at this year’s Automotive News Europe (ANE) annual congress in Birmingham, England. Presenting Rockar Hyundai with a 2015 L.E.A.D.E.R Award in the […]

FUN DAY REACHING OUT

Eddie Coleman, event organiser of the annual Fun Day, which was held on Sunday 24th May at Playa Flamenca beach side, is shown here presenting Karolina Leonard, the President of ‘Reach Out Torrevieja’, with a donation of €600.
This very wor…

WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS?

The recent autonomous elections in the Valencian Community were a disaster waiting to happen for the ruling Partido Popular, as the party and its senior representatives had been racked with corruption charges. In almost every instant the ultimate outco…

PROFESSIONAL WORK OF WOMEN, NOT OPPOSED TO HAVING A LARGE FAMILY

For half of women between 30 and 44 years, having a child has significantly altered their working lives, forcing a reduction in working hours, the temporary or permanent abandonment of work.

The existence of children alone does not explain the difficulty of reconciling work and family. The truth is that the high rate of female employment accompanies a very low fertility of 1.34 children per woman.
In Europe, countries belonging to the European Union have lower fertility rates and high female labor activity.

In Spain, a factor that aggravates the low birthrate, is that 37% of working women have a temporary contract when the EU average is 15.5%.

Often in a young family both spouses have a temporary contract, which influences their decisions about whether to have children or not. Most women in the countries of the European Union believe that the ideal model is one in which both spouses have jobs of similar commitment, so that they can share the childcare. But less than half live in a family with such characteristics.

Female labor activity does not prevent bringing children into the world and even form large families. This is the opinion about the work and the children of saint John Paul II, which advised parents: “do not hesitate to have a large family, because the priority is not the pursuit of professional success but transmit to children those human and Christian values that give true meaning to life.”

In this decadent society it is necessary to assess the child in all its dimensions and significance as a developing person. Adults seem to make a special effort to go “against nature” degrading their physical and moral integrity. Those mothers who somehow act cruelly, should not forget that they are not only their children, but also children of God.

“The Misadventures of childhood affect all their life and leave an inexhaustible source of sadness in their hearts,” says P. Brulat.

clementeferrerrosello@gmail.com Author and journalist Clemente Ferrer has led a distinguished career in Spain in the fields of advertising and public relations. He is currently President of the European Institute of Marketing.

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III ORIHUELA BEACH TRIATHLON

Last Sunday saw the Third Orihuela Beach Triathlon held on Campoamor Beach. The event was organized by the Tragamillas Athletics Club and sponsored by Orihuela Sports and Costal Departments as well as the International Residents of Orihuela.
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RECORD INVESTMENT BY VOLKSWAGEN GROUP

Mariano Rajoy, junto al vicepresidente de Volkswagen, Francisco Javier García Sanz.

On the occasion of the inauguration of the Barcelona International Motor Show prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced that the Volkswagen Group will invest 4.2 billion euros in the country, “probably the largest industrial investment ever made in Spain”.

At a lunch with executives from leading car manufacturers on the occasion of the 38th Barcelona International Motor Show, the President of the Government highlighted the contribution made by this sector to the Spanish economy.

Spain is the leading European manufacturer of industrial vehicles, the second-leading manufacturer of passenger vehicles in the European Union and the ninth worldwide.

Mariano Rajoy added that the sector is a “prime indicator” of the strength of the economy and is presently showing “the sustained reactivation of our entire industrial sector, and hence of the national economy as a whole”.

The President of the Government pointed out that in the first quarter of the year, the production of vehicles exceeded 714,000 units – 15.5% up on last year – and exports have grown by 12.3%. Moreover, car registrations have now recorded eight straight quarters of growth.

Rajoy underlined that these positive figures translate into the creation of quality jobs – “the main national goal” – and in the last 12 months, unemployment has fallen in the industrial sector by some 45,700 people, the number of people in work has increased by 142,500, and that almost 10% of the fall in unemployment in the month of April came from the industrial sector.

He thanked the representatives from the automobile sector for having supported the Spanish economy during the crisis through their investments, “when very few people were committing to us”.

The PM then announced that the Volkswagen Group, whose Global Vice-President met with him at Moncloa Palace on Thursday, will invest 4.2 billion euros in our country, “probably the largest industrial investment ever made in Spain”.

This investment will be made between now and 2019 and will be allocated to equipment, facilities and R&D at the SEAT factories in Martorell (Barcelona) and the Volkswagen factories in Navarre.

“This ambitious project not only guarantees the future of these globally cutting-edge factories, but it also represents an unprecedented endorsement of the leadership of the Spanish automotive-supply industry, where this investment will have a major impact in terms of both activity and employment”, he pointed out.

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FORGIVENESS

Dear Editor:
Next June 8 is the 43 anniversary of the photo where a girl appears naked and terrified, running down a dusty road in a village in Vietnam, when she was 9 years old.

This image, which perpetuated the horrors of the Vietnam War, has appeared many times through various media and, especially all the TV networks in the world. The girl named Kim Phúc, is now an ambassador for UNESCO and runs a foundation to help the children victims of war and violence.

Far left her 17 operations to cure burns that Napalm caused in 65% of her tiny body. Nick Ut, author of the photo that won the Pulitzer in 1973, took her to the clinic and saved his life. She remained hospitalized for over a year.

She fainted every time the nurses put her in the bathtub and cut the dead skin of her wounded and small body. But she did not die. “Inside me, she says, was a small, strong girl, who wanted to live, and I got over it all, thanks to the love of my family and God.”

One of the lessons she has learned from this experience is to forgive. When she read for the first time, the words of Jesus to “love your enemies”, she did not know how. I’m human, I have much pain and many scars. She thought it would be impossible. “I had to pray a lot and it was not easy but in the end I got it,” she testifies, moved.

In 1996, the Foundation for the Memory of Vietnam Veterans asked Kim Phúc to travel to Washington, where she could talk to one of the crew who were involved in the attack on Trang Bang, her village.

Kim Phúc publicly forgave him saying “Forgiveness is more powerful than any weapon in the world”.
“My picture is a symbol of war, but my life is a symbol of love, hope and forgiveness,” she said. Forgiveness exalts the spirit and gives strength to go on.

clementeferrerrosello@gmail.com
Author and journalist Clemente Ferrer has led a distinguished career in Spain in the fields of advertising and public relations. He is currently President of the European Institute of Marketing.


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CHINA HAS KILLED 400 MILLION CHILDREN BY THE ONE-CHILD POLICY

A forced abortion imposed to a seven months pregnant woman, to meet the “one-child policy” has caused strong indignation in China.

The officials who ordered that termination of pregnancy, were arrested after the mother hung on Internet a spooky image of the fetus, totally covered in blood, lying next to her in the hospital bed, where Feng Jianmei, the 27-year-old mother forced to terminate pregnancy was admitted. In China some 400 million children have been killed through abortion to control overpopulation.

The Royal College of Psychiatrists, illustrious professional institution in the UK, has made a significant change in its guidance on the link between abortion and mental health.

The abortion leads to a significant danger to the mental health of women and the Royal College of Psychiatrists recommended guidance on these dangers to women seeking abortions. It encourages the production of publications that discuss episodes of desperation after an abortion because “there can be no informed consent, if adequate information is not provided.”

In 2008 the actress Emma Beck, a young British artist of 30 years, who had a twin pregnancy and aborted, committed suicide by hanging himself shortly. He left his relatives a pathetic letter: “Living is hell for me. I should never have had an abortion. I see now I would have been a good mum. I told everyone I didn’t want to do it, even at the hospital. I was frightened, now it is too late. I died when my babies died. I want to be with my babies – they need me, no one else does.”

Given this and other events, the scholar Peter Saunders, general secretary of the Christian Medical Fellowship, said: “How can a doctor now justify an abortion for reasons of mental health, a reason cited for more than 90% of the more than 200,000 annual abortions performed in Britain? “

“A society that boasts of its social policies should better protect the defenseless and the defense of life is a ‘moral obligation’ that the government should support,” said Francisco Gil Hellin.

clementeferrerrosello@gmail.com Author and journalist Clemente Ferrer has led a distinguished career in Spain in the fields of advertising and public relations. He is currently President of the European Institute of Marketing.

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