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  1. Cala Xarraca RestaurantMINIMUM spend lunches at €250-a-head, €700-a-week hire cars, Michael Gove on the dancefloor. Yikes! Is it any wonder Ibiza’s been a little quieter this summer. Ask any regular visitors or business owners and they’ll tell you the same thing; the White Island is anything but empty, but there are definitely fewer visitors than last year. […]
  2. malaga airport with second runwayMALAGA will have a €223 million kitty during 2023 to invest on its provincial projects including railways, roads, sea defences and infrastructure. The budget for the next year is 44% less than the €396 million provided for 2022. Nearly a third of the budget – €85 million – will go to the Bobadilla-Algeciras countryside train […]
  3. Xl3853 2Following 20 years of successfully selling properties in the Axarquia and Costa Tropical regions, Sharon Underwood at Essential Properties, is delighted to announce that her real estate is joining forces with Fine & Country to incorporate an independent property division specialising in luxurious properties. With a head office based in Park Lane, London, and over […]
  4. Gib ParliamentTHE parliament of Gibraltar will get a complete facelift starting in November, press reports have revealed. New office areas on the ground floor, an open glass-panelled reception area and an internal lift are all part of the plans. Local broadcaster GBC revealed the latest features which also included a small cafe kiosk with limited tables. […]
  5. Ryanair slammed after 70 Stansted-bound passengers are left behind in Spain039;s Castellon Airport due to passport check delaysBUDGET airline Ryanair has been criticised for leaving over 70 Stansted-bound passengers stranded at Castellon Airport because police officers arrived late for passport control duties. The Spanish government’s sub-delegate for Castellon Province, Soledad Ten Bachero, said: “You could have waited a bit.” She added the question, ‘How many times does a plane leave late?’ Policia […]