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14:50

LifeStyle

Remembering the deadliest conflict in history

Tony Bryant

The British Embassy in Madrid and Consulates across Spain will also mark the centenary of the Armistice. Bells will be rung at many churches in Spain and the bilateral collaboration will be marked by several solemn acts of remembrance for the estimated

11:31

Local

Sunday's strong winds caused over 250 incidents across the province

J. HINOJOSA / I. LILLO

The gale force winds that hit the province of Malaga on Sunday led to over 250 incidents, said the emergency services. At half past three in the afternoon the state meteorology agency (Aemet) measured a wind speed of 94 kilometres per hour at its

12:35

Gibraltar

Lee Spencer, 'The Rowing Marine', sets off on an epic challenge

Debbie Bartlett

...the Endeavour Fund at the same time. He is looking forward to Wednesday: "I just want to get in the boat now! I've done this before, when I rowed across the Atlantic with a team in 2015, so I know what's ahead of me. But I still can't think about the

16:19

Local

Hotel chain Four Seasons to open a luxury resort in Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

The Four Seasons hotel chain, one of the world's leaders in luxury tourism, is preparing to land on the Costa del Sol with the creation of a 600-million-euro resort. This, the chain's second project in Spain after the construction of a 22-room hotel

18:29

Local

Stormy weather returns to the Costa del Sol

Jesús hinojosa / María García

An orange weather warning was issued for the province of Malaga on Sunday and resulted in 50 litres of rain per square metre falling during the morning and early afternoon and around 60 incidents registered by the emergency services, many of which we