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The Valencian Community has approved 70% discounts for holidays enjoyed in the region this winter – up to a maximum of €600. The Bono Viaje CV scheme is open to anyone registered on a municipal padrón in the Valencian Community – which comprises the provinces of Castellón, Valencia and Alicante […]
Alicante’s Provincial Tribunal has upheld a year’s prison sentence for the crime of parking in a disabled slot in Denia’s municipal Mercat with a fake card. The court also upheld a 1,620€ fine from a previous sentence passed down in Benidorm’s Penal Court no.1 last January. The defendant has now […]
Héctor Melero Martí, 26, from Cullera, Valencia, has become the first blind judge in Spain since restrictions were rolled back in 2014. According to the Spain’s General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ), a separate blind law student asked the Council if – on passing the appropriate selection process – they […]
This is an overall increase of 8,866 against the figure released on Tuesday, although the ministry said 4,410 of the infections occurred in the previous 24 hours. The number of Coronavirus-related deaths is now 29,628, an increase of 34 since Tuesday’s figures with 246 deaths in the past 7 days. […]
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has outlined his government’s plans for the deescalation of coronavirus confinement measures in Spain. These include ongoing mobility limits until the deescalation is over, potentially at the end of June, meaning people will, for now, still not be able to visit family members or their […]