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Remains of human body found in black bag

By Andrew Atkinson Human remains and clothing on the beach of Bolnuevo in Mazarrón, have been discovered near to the campsite and beach. They were found...

Increase in coronovirus cases ‘very worrying’ – Mazarrón mayor Gaspar Miras

By Andrew Atkinson The Mayor of Mazarrón, Gaspar Miras, has requested that the Regional Ministry of Health implement a curfew in the municipality- from 2am-6am...

Three employees test positive for coronavirus from Mazarron fishing industry

By Andrew Atkinson Three employees from the Mazarron fishing industry have been tested positive for coronavirus the fisherman's Guild of Mazarron has confirmed. The trio work...

Mazarrón Mayor says 19 cases of coronavirus is ‘catastrophic’

The mayor, Gaspar Miras, warns that the municipality is in a "very delicate" situation and people have to take responsibility of their own...

Drones used to calibrate temperatures in Mazarron

Mazarron Civil Protection Drone useage to Calibrate temperature Warning of disinfection in Alicante-Murcia provinces Supermarket employee reveals people continue to break the lockdown...

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How will Low Emission Zones be managed in Spain?

The date is fast approaching, when new mandatory Low Emission Zones (Zonas de Bajas Emisiones or ZBE in Spanish) have to be implemented in all towns and cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants, as well as in island territories and in towns with more than 20,000 inhabitants. In fact, as of 1 January 2023, these …

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