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How to Know if an Injury Requires Immediate Medical Attention

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Knowing when an injury requires immediate medical attention and knowing when it can be cared for at home is not always black and white....

Discover the Amazing Healing Power of Animals 

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If you are like many people out there, there’s a huge chance you love animals, or you even own one at home. From pets...

CO-DEPENDENTS ANONYMOUS

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A programme to develop healthy relationships Co-Dependents Anonymous, CoDA, is a worldwide fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop new and renewed healthy...

YOUTH RELEASES A NEW PROGRAM, “YOUNG PEOPLE OF PALIQUE”.

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The Horadada Youth Council has launched a program of interviews with young people from Pilareños who can serve as an example to other young...

Electric Wheelchair Features You Should Look For When Buying One

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A wheelchair becomes essential as people grow older because it aids them in moving around. However, buying the best wheelchair for your needs can...

Over a hundred children take part in “El Cole va a...

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The Councillor for Social Welfare, Tomás Ballester, said that the first month of the summer school "El cole va a casa" for disadvantaged families,...

You Can’t Be Serious – Closed pubs is a closed Community

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There is grave disappointment across rural Ireland this week, with the announcement that pubs which don’t serve food (all 3,500 of them) will not...

What Lockdown within a neighbourhood of 65+ year olds taught me….

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BY LISA JONES I came ‘home’ for just a few weeks, it was never meant to turn into 5 months here.  My travel plans were...

New Orihuela councillor introduces herself to the coast

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Almudena Baldó, met with about thirty Orihuela Costa based associations on Tuesday, in order to introduce herself as the new Councillor for Social Services...

Mojácar collaborates with ‘Cruz Roja Española’

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Mojácar’s Mayor, Rosmari Cano, signed a collaboration agreement on July 29th with the town’s Spanish Red Cross (Cruz Roja) President, Concepción Rivero Puche, which...

Social welfare office opens in LA MATA

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The Torrevieja Town Hall has opened a new office in La Mata specialising in Social Welfare. The team that now operates from the office is...

Torrevieja Mayor sees work of Municipal Emergency Campaign at first hand

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The mayor of Torrevieja, Eduardo Dolón, visited the headquarters of two of the three NGOs where he saw at first hand the efforts that...

Benejúzar City Council reopens its doors to the public

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The Benejúzar Town Hall has reopened its town hall doors to the public on Monday after implementing a Re-entry Plan’, the main objective of...

What Does the Elderly Want Us to Do for Them? 

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We are all on our way to being elderly and it’s best to act in a way that we would want to be treated,...

Search For Our Unsung Superwoman

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Who is your unsung superwoman during this crisis? The European Union of Women Marina Alta is running a competition from Friday May 1 to...

Los Verdes criticise Torrevieja Council for abandoning people ‘without papers’

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Torrevieja City Council is abandoning and ignoring many of its residents who are without papers, leaving them in the most precarious situation. They say that...

Alicante Gastronómica Solidaria opens second kitchen in Torrevieja

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Alicante Gastronomic Solidarity has launched its second logistics centre in the CdT Torrevieja, facilities that add to those in Alicante where it opened its...

€30,000 APPEAL FOR SNOOKER STAR WILLIE THORNE

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 'Willie is unable to stand on his legs and needs a carer present. He is left in a very vulnerable situation - money...

Anxiety and Coronavirus: How to Cope with Strange Times

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Spain has certainly not been immune to the recent viral pandemic. With figures now surpassing those associated with Italy, many of us are left...

Los Montesinos Council present ‘COVID-19 Aid Plan’

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By Andrew Atkinson Los Montesinos Council has presented the ‘COVID-19 Aid Plan’, after a working commission was created and validated by the local Government team. "We...

PENSIONERS WARNED NOT TO GO TO BANKS

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Pensions entered into accounts automatically Do not go to the banks - stay at home The Los Montesinos Ayunmiento has told the town's pensioners...

Do’s And Dont’s For A Relocation

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Moving and settling to a new location can be a very exciting and joyful experience but we cannot ignore the stress and hectic work...

When is the Best Time to Take CBD Oil and 5...

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Curious about the best time to take CBD oil? Wondering what CBD can be used to treat? We answer these questions and more in...

Humanists of Murcia

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Darwinian Gardeners On March 7th a group of Darwinian Gardeners boarded a coach and went to visit the caves at Canelobre.  We arrived just before...

Spain closed by Royal decree

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Spain, closed by decree to prevent the collapse of the health system The National Council of Ministers approved, for the second time in 40...

How Animals Affect Our Lives Positively

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Leading a stress-free life always proves more challenging than you would’ve thought at a younger age. We long for adulthood as kids, but the...

Royal Naval Encounter in Torrevieja

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The shipmates of the Torrevieja Royal Naval Association (RNA) converged at San Miguel del Salinas in the restaurant Meson El Prado where they ‘piped...

Help at Home President receives prestigious award

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Orihuela’s Women were honoured on Friday evening at a presentation evening arranged by the councillor for Equality, Mayte Sánchez, and attended by mayor Emilio...

What Is Mental Health and Why It’s Important to Maintain?

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We’re lucky enough to live in a time where we understand the complexities of human nature. Through science, research and exposure to different forms...

Combatting Loneliness through the Royal British Legion in Spain

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As The Royal British Legion enters its 99th year the newly elected chair, Una Cleminson, has recently chaired a strategic review that, in her...