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The difference between Bitcoin online casino sites and classic ones
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What’s the difference between Bitcoin online casino sites and classic ones? The Bitcoin currency (or cryptocurrency) first appeared in 2009, and entered the international scene in 2011 when it became popular all over the world. It is different from traditional currencies, because it has no regulating institution like the central bank, and because it is [...]

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Mojácar´s Local Police Put New Dog Patrol Into Action
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Mojácar´s Local Police Canine Unit was initiated last September, following the joint specialised training of dogs with the town´s officers.  It has already seen positive results during the first patrols, with a number of people apprehended for having in their possession different types of prohibited substances such as marijuana, hashish and cocaine. Mojácar Police have [...]

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The Plaza GS at Hacienda Riquelme
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Despite the terrible weather forecast 39 golfers set off for Hacienda Riquelme for this weeks challenge and although cloudy at the start the day turned out to be perfect for golf. The course was in excellent condition but the tricky greens proved too much for most ! One player in particular had a bad round, [...]

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The Rojales Pantomime Group present CAMELOT THE PANTOMIME
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The good old wizard Merlin does battle with the very evil Morgan Le Fay and her band of Evil Sisters to see who wins the hand of Princess Guinevere….will it be Prince Arthur of Camelot or Valerin the Vicious, King of the Tangled Wood whose always followed around by his mum! Whoever wins the hand [...]

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Basement battle sees Torry scrape narrow win
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This battle of the basement clash inside La Solana Stadium, pitched rock bottom Villena (6 points) against next to bottom Torry (10 points) in a game that neither club could afford to lose.  But depite floundering at the foot of the table Villena have shown that they are capable of putting together occasional performances, with [...]

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Expo Torrevieja’s Clubs and Associations weekend
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It may be hard to imagine, but there are more than 500 different clubs, associations and charities in the Torrevieja, Orihuela Costa and surrounding area. If you are looking to find out more about what is available in the region, then just pop on down to Expo Torrevieja to visit many of the local Charities, [...]

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Knights in tights
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The good wizard Merlin does battle with the very evil Morgan Le Fay and her band of Evil Sisters to see who wins the hand of Princess Guinevere….will it be Prince Arthur of Camelot or Valerin the Vicious, King of the Tangled Wood (whose always with his mum!) Knights in tights Whoever wins the hand [...]

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San Miguel Golf Society at La Finca 5th September, 2018
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It was good to be back at an old favourite this week, and although the greens were still recovering from their recent hollow tining, the course was generally in good nick. The weather was hot but also humid and this took its toll on one of our committee members who decided to walk. Nine holes [...]

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Rockets Golf Society – Ray Battiste Memorial Trophy
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Today for our Tuesday away day we ventured up the AP 7 to one of our favorite courses Font de LLop, where we played a medal format for the above trophy on a well manicured course. Scoring was pretty good considering the format. Andy Billings was top scorer with a nett 74 to take the [...]

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Brexit concerns for Alicante Business Community
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According to Ineca, the Alicante Institute of Economic Studies, only 28% of industrialists believe that the province is ready for the consequences of the United Kingdom’s departure from the EU It is said that uncertainty and restlessness abound when Alicante businessmen are asked about the impact of Brexit on the provincial economy, given that the [...]

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Spain U19 and Norway stalemate
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Spain and Norway shared a goalless draw at the Pinatar arena last week in the opener for the Under 19 International tournament being played at the venue. There were a number of La Liga players in the Spain X1 including valencianista Ferrán Torres of Valencia and the Barcelonist Abel Ruiz. Coach Santi Denia said that [...]

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Space sector to benefit from multi-million pound work on UK alternative to Galileo
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UK industry will benefit from a £92 million injection to design a national alternative to the EU’s Galileo satellite system, ensuring UK security post Brexit.     Government to invest £92 million of Brexit readiness money on plans for independent satellite system 18-month study will look at the design and development of UK programme This [...]

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Numerical advantage but Torry still firing blanks
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Torrevieja remained eighth in the Preferente, five points adrift of the play off after being held at home by Elda Industrial An injury-hit Elda will be the happier to have come away from the Estadio Nelson Mandela with a share of the spoils after losing two of their regular players during training earlier in the [...]

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Costa Blanca Leader Edition 741
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What a magnificent spectacle Remembrance Day turned out to be across the Southern Costa Blanca as over a thousand veterans and supporters turned out on Saturday and Sunday at the area’s two premier commemorations, in La Siesta, Torrevieja and Mil Palmeras, where the Orihuela Costa Branch held their Sunday service. Two wonderful days, bright blue [...]

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Church of England is against gambling ads during sports shows
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There is no doubt that sports are a very popular topic in the UK, Especially football. However, all of that popularity attracts a lot of unwanted attention from the side of online gambling operators. The reason behind it is, that the betting industry is so heavily correlated with sports that it basically cannot operate without [...]

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The Royal British Legion and the On Course Foundation
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Vistabella 20th September 2018. Today’s competition(s) were to raise funds for the Royal British Legion and the On Course Foundation. There were TWO separate competitions held on the day with shotgun starts starts at 8.15am and 2.15pm for 136 golfers. Todays events were both a 4 person team texas scrambles played in approx 4 hours [...]

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100,000 euros grant to refurbish Redován medical clinic
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Work can now get underway on the refurbishment of the municipal medical clinic in Redován thanks to a grant of 100,000 euros from the Department of Public Health. The Municipality’s Councillor for Health, Francisco Martínez, said that “we are very happy to have this help for the municipality, because it is a facelift and improvement [...]

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Busters Golf Society at Alenda
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This month saw twenty-one players take a shorter journey to Alenda golf course we met at the course an hour before the game to sort the green fees out get the buggies and have a coffee along with the usual banter that golfers love to give out to each other. The course was in superb [...]

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San Miguel Bowls Club – week ending 10th August
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By Gail Willshire The 2 Wood Triples competition came to a close in the heat this week. Fortunately, no one actually melted on Wednesday but I think a few looked rather close to it. The winners of the competition – who didn’t even need to turn up for the last week – were Sandra Hannan, [...]

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What are the objectives of physics homework?
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What are the objectives of physics homework? Actually school philosophy gives overall framework for general and then more necessary aims about. It is the better foundation from which all the aspects of school community developing along. It is also the easiest and finest way for high standards learning experiences all the children by giving access [...]

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Montgo Golf Presidents Trophy
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On Friday 22nd June, Montgo Golf Society played the inaugural President’s Cup trophy  competition….with a field of only 29 players as the summer exodus begins to hit and our captain briefly joins in.  We were pleased to welcome back Phil Conisbee who left us for a pub in Surrey a couple of years back, and [...]

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What will happen with the UK gambling tax?
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The UK gambling tax has been going through a lot of changes throughout the last couple of years. Although the government is trying to keep the industry as profitable it possibly can, there could be a lot of problems following the latest decisions made in the parliament. It looks like the tax plan for the [...]

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Pego golf society “three score accumulator” at Oliva Nova
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On the morning when we were due to play golf at Oliva Nova, we were treated to a wonderful day of warm sunshine and gentle breezes to play golf. It was really millionaires golf, with the course in pristine condition, the fairways greens and the rough in perfect condition. We had 38 players for this [...]

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Fun role play games for Mojácar younsters
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Mojácar’s Youth Department, in co-ordination with Almeria Provincial Council, organized a day of fun role-playing games for the town’s the young people, under the banner “Rol en tu Pueblo 2018.” Raquel Belmonte, the local Youth Councillor, included this event as part of the year’s activities especially programmed for the younger members of the community. She [...]

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Home safely on safe tyres for teenagers campaign
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TyreSafe, the UK’s tyre safety charity, is launching a new awareness campaign aimed at all those parent chauffeurs taking their children to swimming, music lessons, drama, dance, football, karate and the innumerable other activities they enjoy. By the time their child is 20, they are likely to have spent over 3,000 hours driving them around [...]

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Captain Bjørn brings Ryder Cup fever to Valderrama
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Victorious Ryder Cup Captain Thomas Bjørn will be reunited with Europe’s all-time leading Ryder Cup points scorer when he tees it up at the Andalucía Valderrama Masters hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation on October 18-21, 2018. Bjørn will join defending champion Garcia at Real Club Valderrama just three weeks after captaining Europe to a [...]

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Torrevieja Town Hall backtrack on staff life insurance
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Torrevieja’s Partido Popular revealed on Thursday that Council staff have been without life insurance cover since last March, despite the benefit being written into their contracts of employment. Councillor Carmen Gomez said that there have been no life insurance policies for seven months, “nor is there a budget allocation to pay for it.” At a [...]

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Torry grind out a draw despite late red card for Juampe
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CD Torrevieja (0) Benidorm CD (0) By Steve Hibberd The management team of CD Torrevieja wasted no time in strengthening the squad, following the disappointing result at Ilicitana last Sunday.  So, it´s a big Torry welcome to striker Andrey Bezhonov, who has signed from Catalonia side Can Vidalet. Russian Bezhovov has previously played for Anzi, [...]

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Real estate sector fears the impact of the gypsum mine
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The Neighborhood Coordinator against the establishment of a gypsum mine in San Miguel de Salinas has, in just a few days, collect more than a thousand signatures that are against the proposal. In coordination with the Association of Residents San Miguel Arcángel, the group has called a demonstration for next Sunday morning, 14 November 14 [...]

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