• How and Why You Should Obtain your Eco Sticker
    by Admin on 16/10/2018 at 07:59

    Although obtaining and displaying the Eco Badge is voluntary, it is becoming less of a choice on account of the benefits, as cities and towns start to use the classification to reduce pollution causing congestion. Early in October, Madrid restricted access to parts of the city, preventing more polluting vehicles from entering, with only those […]

  • Another Baby Locked Inside Car
    by Admin on 14/10/2018 at 16:53

    In the latest of what seems to be an increasing number of incidents, fire fighters have been called to rescue another baby locked inside a car. The latest incident occurred on Friday morning in Zaragoza, when rescuers were called to a vehicle on calle Monsterio de Siresa, according to the emergency services. The mother of […]

  • N332 Will be at the Expo Torrevieja
    by Admin on 11/10/2018 at 09:42

    Next weekend, members of N332 will be at the Expo Torrevieja, prepared to answer any questions or doubts you have about driving in Spain. The exhibition is being held in the International Auditorium in Torrevieja, and is open from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st of October. The event is free […]

  • ‘White Stick’ Variations – Being Aware of Impairments
    by Admin on 11/10/2018 at 06:10

    We might already be aware that if we see a person holding or walking carrying a long, white stick that it indicates the person has visibility problems, but did you know there are variations and different colours. Green stick – Person with visual impairment: Poor vision. White stick – Person with visual disability: Blindness. Red […]

  • Catalan Truck Protests on Thursday
    by Admin on 10/10/2018 at 19:35

    If you’re driving through Catalonia on Thursday, you may find your journey delayed, as truckers hold protests at various locations across the 4 provinces. The truckers are complaining over enforced routes that take them off the main road network and onto the faster, but more expensive, toll roads. The Catalan government enforced the restrictions from […]

  • Baby Rescued after being Locked in Car
    by Admin on 09/10/2018 at 16:28

    Fire fighters from the Santander Provincial Consortium rescued a baby who had been trapped inside a vehicle in the Cantabrian capital. It was the child’s mother who alerted the authorities of the incident, when she called for assistance from the underground car park at the University Hospital Marqués de Valdecilla. According to the details of […]

  • VeganFest 2018 in Alicante
    by admin on 15/10/2018 at 10:05

    The schedule for the 5th Vegan Festival in Alicante has now been released, with a range of conferences, workshops and concerts to celebrate this growing lifestyle choice. Whether you are a strict vegan or just interested in making a small change, there will be something to tantalise you in the event taking place on the […]

  • World Mental Health Day in Torrevieja
    by Admin on 15/10/2018 at 08:31

    In recognition of World Mental Health Day, Torrevieja’s Centre for Rehabilitation and Social Integration, CRIS, or Centro de Rehabilitación e Integración Social, was the location for the reading of the proclamation, “Inclusive education, positive mental health”, in collaboration with ADIEM, in which the mayor of the town, José Manuel Dolón and the councilor of the […]

  • Flight Numbers Decrease but Delays and Cancellations Increase
    by admin on 15/10/2018 at 07:58

    Throughout this year’s summer season, more than 9,300 flights have been delayed or cancelled, almost 4 times more than last year, despite Monarch no longer serving Spain and there being 26,210 fewer airline seats for Alicante-Elche airport. With industrial disputes making the headlines, it’s no surprise that Ryanair is one of the most affected companies, […]

  • Semana Santa Museum Nearing Completion
    by Admin on 13/10/2018 at 10:04

    The mayor of Torrevieja, José Manuel Dolón, along with the councillor for culture, Domingo Pérez, and the President of the Board of the Brotherhoods, Ignacio Suárez, visited the Semana Santa Museum in Torrevieja this week, to see for themselves how the installation is progressing. The attendees toured the different floors of the museum, including the […]

  • Renewal Work for Street Lights and Cobbles Approved
    by Admin on 13/10/2018 at 09:30

    The Local Government Board has approved the report, appointed the technician and started the dossiers corresponding to two of the subsidy lines granted by the Diputación to the town to make financially sustainable investments in infrastructure. The first project put in motion is the renovation of public lighting of partial plan 22 “Casa Grande”, for […]

  • Classical Concerts Echo the Middle Ages
    by admin on 12/10/2018 at 15:56

    On October 21, 2018, the halls and the walls of the medieval Santa Bárbara Castle, will echo with the sounds of the middle ages, in the first of a series of musical events like no other. The Llum del Castell – Sons of Tardor – Sons de Nadal is a cycle of music, of a […]