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WikiLeaks founder should walk free

Feb 05, 2016

THE UN has called for Julian Assange to be allowed to walk free from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. Read more

EU poll in June

Feb 05, 2016

BRITISH EXPATS were this week urged to register to vote in the EU Referendum with Prime Minister David Cameron hinting the crucial poll could be held on 23rd June. Read more

Residents of La Aljorra want safer streets and a police station

Feb 05, 2016

THREE HUNDRED local residents are threatening to blockade the road into the town every Friday until something is done about the current crime wave. Read more
Storm Imogen smashing into Britain
BRITAINS NINTH storm of the winter, Imogen, has caused severe disruptions particularly at rush hour this morning.
IS Jihadist cell too close to home
NATIONAL POLICE in Spain have arrested seven people suspected of being linked to the Islamic State, including raids in Valencia and Alicante.
Stricken cargo ship saved
THE OPERATION to tow a listing cargo ship away from the French coast has succeeded.
February gridlock on Cartagena\'s campus
EXAM TIME at the polytechnic is causing traffic chaos in the area around the old sea walls, a problem the city has yet to solve.
Hi fidelity

Hi fidelity

Feb 08, 20160

BIG-HEARTED radio station Total FM and financial consultants DeVere Spain raised 500€ running a joint raffle in aid of EMAUS children.
Harsh lesson of pet tragedy
ANIMAL LOVERS Maureen and Robin Jackson warn people to carefully read insurance small print after losing pet Riley following surgery – leaving them with an unexpected bill.
Star of the east

Star of the east

Feb 08, 20160

ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS from Taiwan have visited the Auditori in Teulada Moraira during a trip to Spain to admire its location and use of light.
RTN North Edition 851

RTN North Edition 851

Feb 05, 20160

Hi fidelity Harsh lesson of pet tragedy Star of the east RTN North Edition 851
Storm Imogen smashing into Britain
BRITAINS NINTH storm of the winter, Imogen, has caused severe disruptions particularly at rush hour this morning.
IS Jihadist cell too close to home
NATIONAL POLICE in Spain have arrested seven people suspected of being linked to the Islamic State, including raids in Valencia and Alicante.
Stricken cargo ship saved
THE OPERATION to tow a listing cargo ship away from the French coast has succeeded.
Hi fidelity

Hi fidelity

Feb 08, 20160

BIG-HEARTED radio station Total FM and financial consultants DeVere Spain raised 500€ running a joint raffle in aid of EMAUS children.
Star of the east

Star of the east

Feb 08, 20160

ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS from Taiwan have visited the Auditori in Teulada Moraira during a trip to Spain to admire its location and use of light.
Rock wins a little TLC

Rock wins a little TLC

Feb 05, 20160

THE ICONIC Peñon de Ifach – the huge limestone rock rising from the sea at Calpe – will receive a little tender loving care ahead of the new holiday season.
February gridlock on Cartagena\'s campus
EXAM TIME at the polytechnic is causing traffic chaos in the area around the old sea walls, a problem the city has yet to solve.
Protest for Wetland conservation
ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS in Guardamar del Segura have called for support regarding the sorry state of the river mouth this weekend.
Car thieves arrested

Car thieves arrested

Feb 05, 20160

A GROUP of car ringers has been arrested in Elche as National Police officers dismantled their organisation.
Shoulder problems

Shoulder problems

Feb 05, 20160

There isn’t a week that I don’t see  a patient come with shoulder problems which in many cases are debilitating and extremely painful.
Organ drones

Organ drones

Jan 29, 20160

A GROUP of four Spanish students decided that there must be an easier way to transport organs between hospitals where traffic can cause life-threatening delays.
Why do you get ‘eye floaters’
You may not know their real name, but you will probably have seen eye floaters.
Exhibition about the Sirius extended
THE EXHIBITION about the sinking of the Sirius as the Municipal Archives in Cartagena, originally scheduled to close on 5th February, has been extended until 23rd March, as a result of the amount of public interest. 
Cartagena\'s beaches awarded \'Q for Quality\'
AT FITUR, Spain's International Tourism Fair, Cartagena has been awarded a 'Q' for Quality, as recognition for its twelve beaches.
Museum discounts for rail travellers
AVE AND other long distance rail travellers will have a 50% discount in thirteen museums in Spain, including the National Museum of Underwater Archaeology (ARQUA) of Cartagena. 
Budapest

Budapest

Feb 05, 20160

With regular direct flights from Alicante, Budapest attracts around 4.4 million tourists each year, making it the 6th most visited city in Europe, and 25th most visited in the world. 
Discover the Sierra Espuña
ALTHOUGH SPAIN is probably better known for its long beaches packed with sun-loungers and all-inclusive costa holidays you only have to travel slightly inland to get a real feel for nature and tranquillity.
African Adventures

African Adventures

Dec 04, 20150

Africa is a vast area, varying greatly from arid dry desert to lush green jungle, stretched across 30.2 million square kilometers.  It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, The Red Sea, The Indian Ocean and the Atlantic, surrounding the 54 sovereign states that make up the countries in this con...
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Canine carers

Feb 05, 20160

LIFE SAVING medical alert dogs are being trained by charity Grant A Wish and an animal expert to help youngsters and give early warning of an emergency.
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RTN Music

Feb 05, 20160

SISTER ACT SHOWThe “Sister Act Show” is coming to Le Cabaret, La Pedrera Industrial Estate, Benissa on Saturday 29th February.
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No monkey business

Feb 05, 20160

IRISH DES will provide the live entertainment at the Wok Restaurant in Javea on Sunday night (7th February) to see mark the Chinese New Year.