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Day: October 16, 2018

Baby Boom in Torrevieja

It seems like mid January was a quiet time in Torrevieja, as the maternity hospital has beaten it’s own record for the number of births in a single day, with eleven little ones arriving The University Hospital of Torrevieja has broken its own record for baby births, with a total of eleven little-ones making an appearance in 24 hours. Of the eleven babies born, eight were boys and the other three were girls, obviously. All babies and mothers are reported to be doing well and receiving the best possible care. Torrevieja has become a centre of attention for mothers...

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Opera in Almoradi on Sunday

A couple of changes have been made to the programme of opera showings in Almoradí. If you’re a fan of the opera, you might want to take note of what’s going to be happening in Almoradí over the next couple of months. The 2018-19 Palco de la Ópera season was supposed to start last Sunday, however, due to the rain, this event was cancelled, and a couple of the dates have now changed. Palco de la Opera is a non-profit-making organisation that transmits live showings of various operas twice a month at the Teatro Cortés in Almoradí. This Sunday...

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Masters of Swing Concert at the Music Palace This Weekend

The season of jazz continues this weekend with a concert this weekend at the Palacio de la Música in Torrevieja’s town centre. Taking to the stage this Sunday 21 October are Masters of Swing – Ray Gelato and Enric Peidro Quintet. The two main protagonists, Ray Gelato and Enric Peidro, are fantastic tenor saxophone players, who will be accompanied by Simone Valencia on drums, Andrés Lizón Arias playing double bass and Richard Busiakiewicz on piano. Together they make up the Ray Gelato and Enric Peidro Quintet. During this concert, the audience will be transported back to the 40s to...

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Property Evictions in the Valencia Region Are Third Highest in Spain

Property evictions are still high in the Valencia Region, although the number has fallen in Alicante. A total of 2,245 evictions were carried out in the second quarter of 2018 in the Valencia Region – a reduction of 1.8% from the same period in 2017, according to a report from the General Council of Judicial Power. From this total, 1,212 corresponded to tenants being evicted from their home due to not being able to pay their rent – procedures related to the Law of Urban Rentals. This figure is 7.1% higher than it was 12 months ago. On the...

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Ryanair Strikes and Cancellations Set to Continue as War is Declared!

It may already have been a summer of misery for some flying Ryanair, but the autumn and winter is also potentially looking bleak Despite Ryanair just being kept off the top spot of the delay chart in Spain this summer, beaten only by Vueling, disruption caused by industrial action looks set to continue, as an apparent internal war is declared between the company and unions. In what experts see as a direct impact on losses resulting from the action this summer, Ryanair are looking to close bases and reduce their fleet. According to the Aviation Tribune, this is perceived...

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