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Demolishing Tabarca Properties

A development of new properties which have stood vacant on the island of Tabarca for 15 years will soon be demolished, according to the councillor for planning in Alicante town hall, Miguel Ángel Pavón. Following a lengthy battle, the properties were deemed illegal by the courts in 2009 and the demolition is scheduled to take […]

Self Employment Increasing

According to data released on Tuesday, the number of self-employed workers in the province of Alicante grew by 486 people in June. Showing a similar trend to contracted workers, the service sector saw the biggest growth, with 159 people registering as working for themselves. The motor trade was also a key player in June with […]

Bank Detail Hacker Arrested

Officers from the National Police have arrested a 27 year old computer expert, accused of hacking into accounts and selling the details of Spanish bank users. The hacker is said by the police to be well known in the cybercrime field and could have shared the data of 1,100 bank card holders, with economic losses […]

Corvera Contracts to be Reissued

The Murcia regional government has prepared a new tender document in order to assign a contract for the management of Corvera airport, thus once again making the new regional airport a possibility. The Minister of Development, Francisco Bernabé, has invited a number of companies to participate in developing a new business plan, updating the figures […]

Smell Control Calls

The mayor of Torrevieja, José Manuel Dolón, has written to the water supply and waste treatment company, AGAMED, asking them to take urgent action to reduce the odours from the waste treatment plant on the south side of the city, a smell which is often noticeable on the N-332 main road which passes near to […]

Tourism Still Increasing

Tourism on the Costa Blanca is continuing to increase, partly due to a rise in domestic tourists visiting the coastal area. Figures released this weekend show that in the first half of July, the average occupancy across the Costa Blanca was 85%. Add to that the already large figures recorded for the Easter period, and […]

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