By Dilip Kuner • 26 November 2019 • 13:52
Russia conducts T-72B3 tank training for drafted citizens at Baltic Fleet firing ranges in Kaliningrad. Image: Russian Ministry of Defence/Official
THE extended Pilar de la Horadada health centre has been officially opened months after works were first ‘completed’.
It was found that improvements and some pieces of equipment were still needed, which have finally been installed after the works were first declared done in May.
The centre provides primary care and continuous attention to the entire area. Over the years, the need for more room has grown, which the €1 million project for a second building hopes to have addressed.
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