15 people have been arrested in Spain for alleged human trafficking, 5 in Alicante, 2 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and 8 in Palma.
The Cemex factories in Lloseta and Gádor will stay open for the next 45 days while representatives from all sides try to find a way to save hundreds of jobs.
Anyone caught speeding, using a mobile phone or driving recklessly in Spain will be punished with double points on their licence if new Traffic proposals are sanctioned.
And Dénia is taking part in this year’s Barter Week, offering a bed in exchange for things like like yoga classes and gardening. Details at www.barterweek.com.