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CALPE: A part of British Second World War history

A PART of Calpe’s maritime history is currently being turned into a television documentary. RTVE director, Fernando Navarette, is in the municipality filming scenes for...

Bus service to replace Costa Blanca tram route during works

TRAM operators Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat (FGV) have awarded a new contract for the temporary bus service that covers the stretch of Line 9...

Council to tighten up motorhome ‘camping’ laws in Costa Blanca

CALPE is the latest in a growing number of municipalities that are seeking to control caravans and motorhomes that park up and camp in...

Costa Blanca woman arrested after falsely reporting her kidnap

CALPE’S Guardia Civil has arrested a 23-year-old girl from Benissa after falsely reporting she’d been kidnapped. It was all part of an elaborate attempt to...

Women of Calpe remember the past

INTERNATIONAL Women’s Day was supported right across Spain yesterday with a number of marches.  It was estimated that more than six million women went...

Calpe cheese linked to meningitis alert

PUBLIC health authorities in Calpe have withdrawn a batch of cheeses that contain the risk of contracting meningitis. A shipment of cheese seized yesterday being...

British man accused of abusing his nephews arrested in Calpe

NATIONAL POLICE have arrested a British man on the run from the UK. The fugitive, aged 71, is accused of carrying out sexual assault on...
Another super hotel will be built on Calpe beach

Another super hotel will be built on Calpe beach

A NEW €35 million four-star hotel will be built in Calpe on La Fossa beach. AR Hotels & Resorts’ new hotel will be split across...

Costa Blanca expat community thanked by friends of ‘missing’ Caz

FRIENDS of Caroline ‘Caz’ Williams, who went ‘missing’ for a month before being found in the Hospital Clinico de Valencia, have praised local charities...
British climber airlifted to safety

Injured British climber airlifted to safety

A 28-YEAR-OLD British climber was rescued by firefighters from Calpe’s Morro de Toix after suffering a fall. The woman was climbing with a friend when...
Strange smell sends students home

Strange smell in school forces students home

STUDENTS from the CEIP Paternina school in Calpe were sent home last week when a strange smell led teachers to suspect some sort of...
Bike ‘in bits’ after Moraira collision

Bike ‘in bits’ after Moraira collision

A CYCLIST was left mourning his bike on Monday after a collision with a car on a roundabout in Moraira town centre. The incident occurred...
Christmas Services on the Northern Costa Blanca

Christmas services on the Northern Costa Blanca

THE Church of England celebrates Christmas in traditional family services in all its churches, from El Campello in the south, to Gandia in the...
LIFE Better, together

Better, together in Calpe!

THIS year the Calpe and Vall del Pop U3As held a joint Christmas Dinner Dance at Salon Canor in Teulada, with over 160 members...
LIFE A big thank you

A big thank you

CALPE U3A member Dave Stockton wrote to RTN to say a ‘BIG THANK YOU’ to the Calpe U3A Travel Group for organising the Black...
MAIN CALPE Pista Azul reopens this Sunday

Calpe´s Pista Azul reopens this Sunday

CALPE´S Department of Sports will reopen the Pista Azul on Sunday. The track has been closed for months whilst €190,000 worth of improvement works have...
Cost-effective Christmas childcare

Cost-effective Christmas childcare

CALPE’S DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION has organised two weeks of workshops for children over the Christmas period. The workshops will be held from 09.00 – 2.00pm...
Anyone for golf

Anyone for golf?

IFACH GOLF is situated in Benissa in an idyllic location in the valley between two hills close to the villages of Teulada, Moraira and...
Calpe combats bullying and truancy

Calpe combats bullying and truancy

CALPE Council received an award at the third Concurso de Buenas Practicas Municipales(Good Municipal Practices Competition) recently for its programme designed to combat bullying...
Celebrating the III Centenary

Celebrating the III Centenary

‘EXFICALP’ kicked off on Friday December 1, celebrating the III Centenary of the Hermitage of Sant Joan and Cases de Torrat. The annual philatelic exhibition,...
Arrested - man wanted in three countries

Arrested – man wanted in three countries

A 57-YEAR-OLD Italian fraudster wanted in three countries was arrested after leading police on a high-speed chase through Calpe. The criminal – who has already...
Local chef awarded first Michelin star

Chef awarded first Michelin star

MARINA ALTA chef Rafa Soler was recently awarded his first Michelin star and his home town of Teulada-Moraira couldn’t wait to celebrate. The municipality honoured...

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Port in Marbella to begin dredging works

THE Port of Cabopino in Marbella has begun to dredge its banks to clear the way for the passage of large ships. Approval has been...

Tributes pour in following the death of Costa Blanca radio favourite

TRIBUTES continue to pour in after the sudden death of local radio presenter Peter Hurst. It is understood that the very popular afternoon show host...

Police find drugs hidden in pineapples at Alicante-Elche airport

THE Guardia Civil and the Spanish Tax Agency have intercepted a shipment of drugs hidden in plaster figures. The items were found during a...

Costa Blanca forest firefighter numbers up to 700

DECISIONS taken at both provincial and regional levels of government mean that around 700 troops will be allocated this summer to help fight forest...

National Police crack down on fake World Cup kit sellers

NATIONAL POLICE officers have arrested seven men for their part in selling fake sportswear in a Denia street market. According to a report in...

FOR FOG’S SAKE: Holidaymakers confused at start of summer weather

HOLIDAYMAKERS were left puzzled after parts of the Costa del Sol were this week enveloped by a blanket of thick fog. Known locally as...

Final stages of work on popular Cost del Sol spot

WORK on the new Plaza-Mirador in Estepona has entered its final stages and is set for completion this Tuesday. An opening ceremony and proclamation is...

Safety tests ahead of Corvera airport move

AHEAD of the planned opening towards the end of this year, a number of tests are being carried out at the new Corvera Airport...

New PSOE government scraps AP-7 tolls

THE change of national government has resulted in a positive announcement for all those drivers who pay tolls on the AP-7 motorway. According to an...

BITING BACK: Costa Blanca begins mosquito war with €3 MILLION budget

SIX municipalities known as ‘The Alacanti’ have again combined forces to combat the threat of bugs and insects. They have allocated more than €3...

RTN Newspaper – Costa del Sol Edition Issue #060

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RTN Newspaper – South Edition Issue #974

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RTN Newspaper – North Edition Issue #974

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Chaos at Malaga Airport’s passport control causes outrage

ALTHOUGH passengers arrived at Malaga Airport on time and passed through security checks quickly, they were horrified to discover huge queues at passport control...