Round up of News in Brief for Alicante Province and Valencia Region

Job study

A GREEN Paper compiling the required skills in the current labour market for every University degree is being prepared by the Valencia Evaluation Agency (AVAP).

 

Moslem plan

A MOSLEM cultural and administrative centre, including a mosque, has been authorised by the local authorities and will be built at Pino Santo Street in Alicante.

 

Cancer check

MORE than 12,000 patients in the Valencia region have used a hereditary cancer diagnosis system, since it was first started in 2005, the Health Council said.

 

Festive dope

A WOMAN was held at the Manises Airport in Valencia for alleged drug dealing, carrying typical Christmas sweets sprinkled with cocaine instead of flour.

 

Health-tech

INVESTING on new Health technologies for optimization and cutting expenses, both in public and private institutions, is the way to go, the Councillor for Modernisation in the Alicante government said.

 

School fail

TESTS to find children with learning problems at school will now be done to students aged 6-7 in the Valencia region, the Education Council said.

 

Storm effect

THE recent storms and their consequences in the Valencia region were milder in the Alicante province, with Millena, Villajoyosa and Muro de Alcoi recording top raining rates of around 35 litres per hour.

 

Wi-fi signal

UP to 170 towns in the Alicante province are now included in the ‘Sona Wifi’ wireless broadband connection, the regional government said.

 

Water move

AROUND 600 hectares of land from central Alicante province will be irrigated thanks to the Jucar-Vinalopo river diversion starting next Tuesday 30, the Farming Society (SAT) said.

 

Sea alert

SULPHUR piled on the Port of Alicante diluted and ended up into the sea after the recent rains, PSOE local representatives said.

 

 

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