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Read the Costa Blanca Daily News – Thursday 16 November 2023

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Financial boost for beekeepers

The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries in the Valencia region has launched an aid campaign worth over 600,000 euro to compensate beekeepers in the region for the effects of the climatic drought situation and the consequences of the war in Ukraine.

The aid is intended as compensation for the owners of bee farms for the loss of income derived from the decrease in production due to the lack of pollination and the increase in inputs.

Cyberbullying videos launched

The Ministry of Innovation, Industry, Commerce and Tourism and the University of Valencia (UV), through the Gender Digital Gap Chair, have launched videos in which they alert and offer the necessary resources and support to make visible and combating the gender gap in cyberbullying and fake news on social media.

In particular, the Chair has premiered two animated videos through which, from an entertaining point of view, highlight the problems faced, and other videos will also be published offering advice on dealing with both the gender gap and cyberbullying.

The general director of Innovation, Juan José Cortés, has highlighted the importance of “accompanying” all citizens in the digital transformation process. From the Generalitat, he emphasized, “we focus our efforts on improving access to new technologies and acquiring digital skills for all people”.

Phone robbers in court

The 4th section of the Provincial Court of Valencia is holding the trial from Thursday in which a couple, a man and a woman, are accused of the crime of robbery with violence and another of injuries for hitting a man to steal his mobile phone, and for which a sentence of six years in prison is requested.

The events occurred in December 2018 in Javea, when the defendant approached the victim and spoke to her incoherently. Given the possibility that the woman was suffering from a health problem, the man took out his mobile phone to call 112, at which point the woman tried to take it away by force, aided by the other defendant, who hit the victim’s back.

A chase followed and the victim fell and broke his leg, at which point the robbers then attacked him and kicked him in the head, resulting in him suffering injuries that took 168 days to heal and the consequences are a slight limitation in walking and a limp.

Boat skipper accepts two years in prison

An Algerian man accused of a crime against the rights of foreign citizens for bringing eight compatriots to Alicante in a boat has assumed responsibility for the events in court and accepted a two-year prison sentence, after the agreement reached with the Prosecutor’s Office at the beginning of the trial, in the Provincial Court.

The public prosecution initially demanded that he be imposed six years of deprivation of liberty, which has been reduced to only two after the recognition of the crime, on the condition that he serve that sentence in its entirety.

Fake goods clampdown leads to arrests

Following an operation carried out in the town of Benidorm related to the street sale of counterfeit products, the National Police managed to remove more than 1,700 fake textile items from well-known prestigious brands, and arrested eight people involved in the sale of imitation products in a well-known market in the town.

It is worth highlighting how the National Police actively fights for the protection of Industrial Property, protecting socioeconomic rights in Spain, an illegal act that can carry penalties of up to four years in prison.

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