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20:35

Local

Body of missing doctor found in Manilva

charo márquez

The body of a doctor reported missing in Manilva on Tuesday has been found. The body of the 54-year-old man, named only as J. P. S., was found in the basement of an abandoned construction site on the Doña Pilar development on Wednesday. His death

13:43

Local

Search on for thieves who stole a car with two babies inside

J. CANO / Á. FRÍAS

...more than two kilometres, the thieves abandoned the vehicle and the father was reunited with his children. Police arrived shortly after and started a search of the area but failed to locate the perpetrators.

17:16

Local

Torremolinos joins abandoned dogs adoption programme

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos is the latest town to join the initiative #CuidayAdopta, a service that encourages the adoption of abandoned and lost dogs. Organised by the Spanish association of municipal veterinarians (AEVM), the project aims to reduce the number of

18:00

Local

Guardia Civil unions call for Mijas police reinforcements

fernando torres

Civil staff covering the 150-square-kilometre area of Mijas compared to National Police officers who patrol the much smaller, neighbouring Fuengirola area. "Colleagues are run down, tired and in low spirits, they feel abandoned and with no resources,"

14:01

Local

European trend inspires first clinic on the Costa exclusively for cats

Tony Bryant

...pointed out. She will also use the clinic to offer talks and courses, covering everything from nutrition and dietary information to health and behavioural advice. She also intends to work with other animal charities in the fight against abandoned cats,

16:56

Travel

Where nature rules

Mark Nayler

As a keen cyclist, I'd always been a little sneery about e-bikes, believing that battery-powered ascents are cheating. But on a recent trip to South Tyrol, gliding up and hurtling down hills in the gorgeous Gsies valley, I abandoned that attitude.