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Do We Fully Understand the Impact of Higher Education on Society?

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The answer to this question may vary. In general, most people do believe that a post-secondary education of some type is valuable, both for...

What Does Brexit Mean for International Students in the UK?

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Apart from the economic implications of Brexit, there are many other complications that have reared their heads since the vote. There is more than...

Orihuela Costa Cultural Centre is not a luxury but a necessity

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Taking Control of the Coast Two years ago we presented plans for a cultural Centre on the coast. It's always been an objective of...

Travel Needs for Little Kids

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Researchers and child development specialists encourage parents to give their kids the gift of travel, rather than buying them expensive toys or presents. This...

Local Dancers wow judges 

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DANCERS of all ages and backgrounds came together at the weekend to take part in the 'Vive Tu Sueño' Regional Dance Qualifier. The sleepy little...

Heavy storms see flights diverted from Malaga airport

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Five flights had to be diverted from Malaga airport to other provinces this morning due to heavy rains and hail this Thursday in the...

73 municipalities in the province suspend classes this Monday

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According to the latest reports from the Department of Education, and not including any of the three provincial capitals, more than 120 municipalities in...

Schools closed as Storm Gloria dumps the first snowfall on the...

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Large areas of El Comtat, l'Alcoià, Alto Vinalopó, Marina Alta and an area to the north of l'Alacantí are now covered with snow. Traffic...

Valencia, we have a problem.

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Over 20,000 people demonstrated in Orihuela city centre on Saturday in protest at the imposition by the Valenciana Generalitat of the Law of Autonomous...

Ex-FC Barca handball coach-Euro Cups winner Xesco Espar FFCV speaker

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Ex-FC Barca handball coach-Euro Cups winner Xesco Espar FFCV speaker SPORTS coach Xesco Espar will be the speaker at the XLIII edition of the...

Pro Tips to Make Sure That You are Ready for Your...

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Applying for a job may prove to be a challenging feat. It can even be stressful especially if there is a certain pressure for...

Quiz success for Cabo Roig Defib Appeal

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Once again the Cabo Roig Inn came to the support of the Defibrillator Appeal on Monday with the use of their venue to run...

Turning back the clock – Some Pictorial memories

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Everyone has probably dreamed at least once of being able to go to the past and see what life was like back then. But,...

5 Extreme Places to Visit for Students

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Do you know where are the most extreme places in the world? Read our list and choose one to visit next year! Ennedi Plateau,...

Parents furious as teacher mocks disabled son calling him ‘Roadkill’

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The parents of a 14 year old disabled boy who was severely injured in a road accident six years ago when he was hit...

A Quick Fix for Your Apple Products

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You can’t help but admire the constant evolution in technologies that have led us to where we are today. People run entire businesses in...

Want to Become a Music Producer One Day? Here’s How

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Music production involves writing, creating, arranging, and recording beats, voice, and melody to come up with what is referred to as music. As a...

How to Train for the Jobs of the Future

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Whether it’s coming from central governments, career advisors, educators or industry professionals, the message for the past decade has been a simple one: the...

Los Montesinos CEIP Virgen del Pilar €1,500,000 development

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By Andrew Atkinson Los Montesinos are busy going into 2020, with works being undertaken in the Vega  Baja hamlet, including a €1,500,000 development at the...

How to Create a CV that Screams “Hire Me!”

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As the employment scene gets more competitive with each passing day, landing your dream job can feel like it's slipping away from your very...

Diplomas following Horadada’s Spanish course for Foreigners

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The Councilor for International Residents, Belén Sánchez Tárraga, has presented diplomas to the students of the recent Spanish Course for Foreign Residents. This course was...

Improvement works to Rojales Municipal Infant School

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Improvement works to Rojales Municipal Infant School have been completed, with new paving, painting of facades, installing gutters and replacing the old fence. "These works...

NHS Student Nurse: University Degree and £50,000 Debt

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Jess, 26, from Peterborough, a single parent with two children, Charlie 7, and Elsie 4, talks Exclusively to Andrew Atkinson about the TRUTH...

Basic Fundamentals of Law Firms and their Function

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Perhaps you have always wanted to stand in a court of law, and say “your honor, permission to approach the bench?” or maybe your...

10 Essential Logo Design Tips for Businesses

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If you are ready to start creating an eye-catching, high-impact logo, the 10 tips below will help. These tips can be either discussed in length...

School Absenteeism Unit justified in Orihuela

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Orihuela’s Councillor for Public Safety, Ramón López Cabrera, held a press conference in the city town hall where he introduced the three officers that...

Casual Sex: Are You Sure You Are Protected?

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Despite most of us receiving a fair share of sex education at school, many individuals still think of safe sex as a way to...

Education launches App for local schools

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The Torrevieja departments of Education and Innovation have launched a phone app which will allow school staff to instantly report incidents and necessary repairs...

How to Properly Present Your Business to Future Partners

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What’s the most important part of presenting your business to future partners? Is it the details of the partnership? The strength of your products...

UKGC pressures the gambling industry to remove childish characters

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Underage gambling remains a problem in the United Kingdom. It’s clear that the amount of gambling related advertising is attracting the interests of youngsters....