Author: Mark Anthony

Too Hot for Soccer?

Concerns have been raised over the health and safety of players, referees and spectators The Royal Spanish Football Federation is proposing changing the schedule of football matches due to the high temperatures of summer, in order to “ensure the health of athletes, referees, spectators and organizers of the meetings.” The decision was taken by the Executive Committee of the RFEF who proposed to amend Article 214 of the General Regulations to “achieve greater protection of athletes and their supporters in the soccer fields,” the agency said. With this proposal, the RFEF intend to change the game plan so that...

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Pensioner in Court over Bleach Argument Murder

The prosecution claim the defendant even hit the victim with a toilet brush A court has began hearing evidence against a 63-year-old woman, Ramona FF, accused of murdering her friend over an argument related to a disagreement over using bleach to clean a bathroom. The incident took place in the Valencia town of Alfafar in May of last year when, according to the prosecution, the defendant became involved in an argument with the victim in the bathroom, “Ramona knocked the victim to the ground, took her head and slammed her furiously on the ground,” the evidence recounts, afterwards, “she...

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Anti-Fraud Agency to Protect Torrevieja Police Whistleblowers

The investigation included complaints against police officials and the former Mayor, Eduardo Dolón The anti-Fraud agency has confirmed that it will offer protection to local police officers in Torrevieja who can provide information relating to their investigations into town hall irregularities under the previous political administration. The announcement came after the agency has sought more information relating to a case surrounding a nightclub in the town that was allowed to open its doors, without a licence, in the summer of 2013. The investigation is focussing on a report in 2014 in which a local police officers filed a complaint...

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Holiday Rental Price on the Increase

Torrevieja makes the top 15 list of popular places to rent holiday accommodation According to a property rental web portal, the average price for a rental property in Spain this summer is 156 euro per night, which is 6% more than last summer. According to Niuma, owned by TripAdvisor, the average price varies from 100 euro per night for a one-bedroom property, up to 205 euro per night for a four-bedroom rental. Perhaps obvious but the most popular month is August, responsible for 49% of all reservations, followed closely by July with 45%, and September with 6% over the summer...

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Torrevieja Wife Murderer Gets 20 Years

Testaments prove that the case “qualifies the crime of murder”, and “in the absence of any reasonable doubts”. The courts in Alicante have sentenced a Chilean resident of Torrevieja to 20 years and 1 day in prison for killing his wife and trying to hide the body, after the trial ended following the suspects admittance of the facts earlier in the week. In the conclusion of the trial that began last week, the jury believed that John Charlie Leiva acted with the intention of killing his wife, Johana Bertina PG, based on the autopsy reports and the testaments collated...

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