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Gardening Workshop with Garden Felix

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Gardening: Lantana Lantanas are a fabulous choice to attract butterflies and hummingbirds/hummingmoths to the garden, with various butterfly varieties starting to appear at this...

Things You Need To Survive in the Wild

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People have reported surviving in the wild for a couple of days with necessities like water and food. However, the survival case is different...

Energy Usage and Pollution Levels in Spain Fall Due to Coronavirus

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There are very few upsides to the recent breakout of the coronavirus. The fall in energy consumption and pollution levels in Spain are two...

Rain in Spain and Portugal over weekend as we look ahead...

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Experts say that the wet weather crossing Spain and Portugal over this weekend and into next week might be the last opportunity that the...

Gardening: Honeysuckle

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THE fragrance of a the sweeping growth or standard tree of Honeysuckle is something to be desired for all - with the sweet taste...

Three quakes hit region in less than 90 minutes

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By Andrew Atkinson Valencia was hit by three earthquakes in less than 90 minutes on March 14. The latest 'quakes to hit come on the back...

Gardening Workshop – Jasmine filling the air with aroma

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Jasmine is already filling the air with a wonderful aroma - with its unique sweet fragrance that can fill a room or a garden...

TAKE CONTROL OF THE COAST

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This is the real Orihuela Costa that we see every day and what a sight it is for visitors to be greeted by, first...

Torrevieja beaches get ready to welcome Easter crowds

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Torrevieja’s councillor of Beaches, Antonio Vidal, has said last week that all of the damage and restoration work necessary, following the damage caused by...

You Can’t Be Serious – An unwelcome Spanish Visitor

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Ours is a hospitable home. This is no more than adhering to an age-old tradition in Ireland of making people welcome and putting them...

Roses: The most identified symbol of Love.

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Roses are one of the most fragrant and loved flowers in the garden - whether it is floribunda or hybrid tea - and a...

Benefits of Having a Weather Station at Home

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More often than not, the weather is unpredictable and can change at any time. Weather changes can affect a variety of outdoor activities and...

Camping Trip Essentials to Keep you Entertained

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There’s nothing quite like a camping trip to experience the sheer beauty of the great outdoors. Whether you’re a solo explorer or you’re embarking...

GARDENING WORKSHOP: Plumbago

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Plumbago, also know as Cape Leadwort, Blue Plumbago and Cape Plumbago, originated from India and South East Asia, where it is widely used as...

Taking on the Brexit ‘challenge’

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The municipality of Orihuela is especially rich in terms of it’s foreign population, and although it has reduced in recent years the numbers have...

Number of sparrows in cities reduced by up to 60%

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The number of sparrows has been reduced by up to 60% in four years due to the replacement of natural grass with artificial grass...

Three Torrevieja beaches back to normality following storms

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Antonio Vidal, Torrevieja’s Councillor of Beaches of the City of Torrevieja, has said that he has completed the repair and conditioning tasks of 3...

A plan to stop the flooding in Los Alcazares

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Los Alcázares has submitted to the regional government the first project aimed at reducing flooding in the so-called ‘municipal zero zone’, as it promised...

Gardening on the Costa Blanca – Freesias

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Freesias bright colours, dainty blooms and heavy perfume makes them a popular cut-flower, lasting up to a fortnight. Freesias, with white considered to be the...

Major investment for Energy Efficiency Improvements in Mojácar

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Mojácar Council has given the go ahead to an agreement by which Almería’s Provincial Council will collaborate financially to the town’s plans to move...

Another minor quake hits Montesinos

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By Andrew Atkinson The latest earthquake to hit the Vega Baja saw the epicentre in Los Montesinos - that registered at 2.2 on the Richter...

Taking care of the local environment

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More than fifty volunteers accompanied councillors in Playa Flamenca last week where they gathered to pick up plastics and light packaging from the beach...

How long before the Mar Menor becomes a thick green soup?

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The regional president of Murcia, Fernando López Miras, has criticised the State Government saying that they need to give the order stopping the spills...

Torrevieja’s pink lagoon turns green

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The unusual volume of fresh water received into the lagoon as a result of recent storms has caused the growth of green algae diluting...

Processionary caterpillars on the march

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LA ZENIA FAMILY SUFFER SEVERE RASH Caterpillars hairs 'active' up to a year Processionary caterpillars are rife, with a plethora of incidents already occurring...

Spain upgrade safe drinking tap water

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A tap on the shoulder to USA - as Spain upgrade safe drinking tap water pipe-networks Drinking tap water in Spain is safe. However...

Dinghy Dolphin ‘harrassers’ face 200,000€ fine

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Dolphin 'harrassesment' by people in two dinghies face a fine of up to 200,000€ after being caught on camera illegally chasing them in Saler,...

Thermometers to reach 24 degrees on a slightly cloudy Sunday

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Although the Valencian Community will see cloudy skies on Sunday, together with slight decreases in the maximum temperatures of the coast, they will still...

How To Have The Healthiest Lawn In The Neighborhood?

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If you’re tired of thinking that your lawn is a sorry sight, there are things you can do to make it the talk of...

Los Montesinos pet owners face heavy fines

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Pet owners not collecting faeces and leaving urination on facades and street furniture face €750 fine After years of complaints within the Vega Baja,...