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Mayor rejects ending of Management Contract at Torrevieja Hospital

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The Hospital management is impeccable according to Torrevieja mayor Dolón tells Valencian President that the public management of health is "a serious mistake" The...

Moncayo fire scene cleared

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A fire at Moncayo Market, Guardamar that destroyed an outdoor cafe-restaurant has been cleared - leaving just the metal framework of the building in...

The Benefits of Prepaid Cards

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If you run a business, large or small, you’ll be familiar with the problems that dealing with employee expenses can often cause.  How frequently...

Public payroll unsustainable in Spain

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Here’s something to get you thinking. The Spanish State maintains more people on it’s payroll than the number employed in the private sector. Including 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...

Brexit message from the British Ambassador

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A message for UK nationals from HMA Hugh Elliott – Happy New Year, and please make sure you are registered! As you know, the...

The Importance of Website in Every Law Firm

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Every firm, organization, and business now rapidly understand the importance of having a website in this technologically driven world. With more and more people...

Moncayo Market cafe-restaurant razed to ground in blaze

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GAS BOTTLES EXPLODE A POPULAR cafe-restaurant at Moncayo Market, Guardamar, has been destroyed in a fire - that saw three gas bottles explode in...

Spanish Air Traffic Controllers in Court as proceedings commence against strikers

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Spanish Air Traffic Controllers are back in Court as proceedings commence on Wednesday, January 15, against 133 ATC that went on strike in 2010. Spanish...

Flybe, Alicante-Elche airport running as normal despite crisis talks

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By Andrew Atkinson Flybe, Europe's largest regional airline - serving nine countries from 85 european airports - including Alicante-Elche airport are running as normal, amidst...

Workplace Injury On-Site: What are Your Legal Rights?

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Getting injured on-site is very common, especially when you’re working in specific hands-on fields. If you’re working in construction, in a factory, or even...

The 2020 work calendar includes 12 holidays

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The Valencian 2020 work calendar will have 8 holidays that are common across the whole of Spain, the same number as 2019, however there...

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...

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...

Spain Is Attractive For Construction Work, But Expats Must Stay Safe

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Spain has a boom-and-bust construction cycle, and currently, it is demanding a boom. Unfortunately, levels have not kept up, and according to Euro News...

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...

How SEO Change The Game of Online Business

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Before SEO, online businesses focused their marketing efforts mainly on social media platforms. After all, those were the places where their customers spent most...

How to Earn More Money for the Upcoming Holiday Season

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Holidays are a joyous season, but they can get so expensive. Gifts are not the only things you have to prepare for. You also...

Average Percentage of Workplace Injuries in a Year

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Things have definitely changed over the past few decades after the advent of the internet. People are more aware of their rights, and they...

ON A WING AND A PRAYER

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French National strike leads to Ryanair, EasyJet and British Airways cancelled flights Eurostar cancel travel By Andrew Atkinson FLIGHTS to Spain have been cancelled -...

Is It Worth Switching To Uber?

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Over the past few years Uber has become one of the most popular apps in the UK and around the world. So many people...

New distribution centre for Amazon in Corvera

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Although the company is yet to make an announcement, Amazon is said to be building a large logistics centre in Corvera, adjacent to Murcia...

North West: How to start a business in the UK economic...

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Manchester has always been an economic hub and an important cog in the UK’s success. However, the landscape of the North West, and in...

Declaring Bankruptcy: Its Pros and Cons for Small Business Owners

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Bankruptcy is a debatable term that comes from the Italian word “banca rotta,” ‘banca’ meaning bench and ‘rotta’ meaning broken. During ancient times in...

SPAIN RESTAURANT PAYS €2.80 PER HOUR

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Police arrests' swoop after tip off By Andrew Atkinson RESTAURANT employees at a Spanish eatery were paid as little as €2.80 an hour - that...

Why Good Grammar is Important in Business Communication

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Few businesses now, even the smallest ones, are solely dependent on their local area and local language to sell, as businesses are expanding on...

Do Population Shifts Herald an Incoming Crisis for US Nursing?

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If the US population continues to grow at the rate projected by the US Census Bureau, then 2030 will be a very interesting year...

How to Find a Reliable Freelance Writer?

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Outsource your writing work? Is this a joke? We are afraid not if you are running a business and you need someone to write something...

When the worst happens, how can you make it right?

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When you’ve suffered an accident or an injury, what do you do to get yourself back on your feet? Whether you choose to address what...