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DARK NIGHTS FOR SOME TORREVIEJA RESIDENTS

Residents of some of the most populated areas of Torrevieja have denounced the town hall for lack of action after they have been without street lights at night for six days.
The area affected spans the urbanisations of Jardín del Mar 1 and 2, A…

PILAR GETS FLAG RECOGNITION

Pilar de la Horadada has joined a total of 112 other municipalities in Spain by having its flag recognised by the Generalitat.
The 2:3 oblong proportioned flag of red and green, split vertically half way, features the tower, almost identical in design…

TORREVIEJA MAY FACE SUMMER OF WASTE PROBLEMS

Whereas in Orihuela the household waste disposal service in now a cost-saving municipalised function, a factor that the Partido Popular and CLR are keen to change to privatise once again, in neighbouring Torrevieja, where the service is privatised, the…

TORREVIEJA TO PAY COMPENSATION FOR FALL

A court in Elche has condemned Torrevieja council to pay 3,000 euro, plus interest for late payment, after a 61 year old woman suffered injuries when she tripped over a wooden plank on the walkway of La Mata, in August 2005.
This is the second such co…

LA ZENIA ROUNDABOUT UPDATE

A follow up meeting between the Orihuela town hall and roads department in Alicante took place this week, discussing the proposed closure of the access roads from the N332 roundabout at La Zenia.
The suggestions to open two roads previously blocked o…

SPOOKY SOCCER SPECTATOR IN TORREVIEJA

A group of children playing football made a rather unusual discovery after their ball had gone astray; stumbling across a small blue bag, with the words “Tanatorio de Vitoria” printed on it, lay on the ground in the vicinity of the El Acequ…

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