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Day: September 9, 2018

Judge Condemns Previous Torrevieja Government

A judge has condemned Torrevieja town hall no pay almost 100,000 euro of public money in compensation to a police officer, after the previous government failed in their duty of care A judge in Elche has condemned Torrevieja town hall to pay 95,816 euro from public money to a Local Police officer for psychological and moral damages caused by the previous government, run by the Partido Popular and mayoral contestant Eduardo Dolón, failing to prevent “years” of harassment in the workplace. The 38-year-old officer was forced to transfer to another town as a result of the abuse, and so,...

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Unions ‘Sorry’ as Ryanair Strike Back On

Just when you thought it was all over, it all starts over again. Ryanair staff are restarting their strike action after the company is still ignoring their rights Unions representing Ryanair workers in Spain have apologised in advance, as they have reinstated industrial action against the firm. Ryanair staff will once again start action, as the company, “continues to ignore the labour law of each country in which it operates”. The unions representing pilots, cabin crew and ground staff from Italy, Portugal, the Netherlands, Belgium and Spain all met in Rome, and described their action as “normal” under the circumstances....

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Six Detained at La Mata Market for Allegedly Selling Counterfeit Goods

The arrests were made at the weekly market at La Mata. The Guardia Civil has arrested six men of Senegalese origin in Torrevieja on suspicion of committing a crime against industrial and intellectual property. The men, aged between 31 and 52 years of age, were caught at the weekly market in La Mata by officers in plain clothes, with thousands of counterfeit and unlawfully copied goods including clothes, CDs and DVDs, which they intended to sell. The 30-strong group of Guardia Civil officers dressed in civilian clothes and went to the market as if they were normal shoppers. This...

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