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17:22

Local

Three Kings parades go ahead, but with all eyes on the weather

SUR

...the visit by their majesties in carnival-style parades in towns and villages along the coast and inland. However weather forecasters are warning that, after a long dry period, the celebrations are likely to be dampened by some light rain in parts and

12:19

LifeStyle

From science fiction to Moorish Spain

Tony Bryant

...into his blissful state of affairs and in order to survive he sought paid employment. Following various early jobs, David became a science laboratory technician at Welshpool High School and it was here he met his wife Megan. After the couple married, ... forced David to put his writing career aside, although the urge to create fiction remained. Now enjoying retirement, David has started writing again after a break of four decades, but this time he has chosen to pursue an independent publishing route.

12:34

Sport

Spain embarks on a year of challenges in all sports - not just football

ENRIC GARDINER

The World Track Athletics Championships begin in Birmingham on 2 March, with the return of Bruno Hortelano a year and a half after the traffic accident that almost cost him his career. He will be hoping for a medal after being unable to compete in ... Rahm a year after his debut, and Sergio García 365 days after winning his first grand title. On 22 April the world marathon record could be broken, as Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge is showing every sign of making history in London. May The events scheduled

15:55

National

Pep Guardiola’s sister becomes Catalonian 'ambassador' in Denmark

c. Reino

As moves by Catalonia’s regional government to hold an illegal independence referendum on 1 October started to hot up this week after the summer break, regional president Carles Puigdemont was in Copenhagen opening an unofficial embassy. This is

15:09

Gibraltar

Government donates bikes to Morocco

Debbie Bartlett GIBRALTAR

...the scheme was discontinued after six months. The refurbished bicycles were handed over to the charities this week by Infrastructure Minister Paul Balbán, who said they will be used by people to get to work or to school.

12:38

Local

Junta de Andalucía to meet with irrigators as drought fears increase

Eugenio Cabezas

The Junta de Andalucía is to meet with irrigators in the province next week to agree a series of measures in an effort to avoid declaring a drought. The announcement came after the Junta's environment representative, José Fiscal, admitted on ... hectometres annually, while domestic use across the 13 towns that use the reservoir stands at 13 hectometres per year. It is believed that any measures agreed will be adopted immediately after next week's meeting.

12:28

Local

Blaze engulfs two caravans and lorry of fairground family

A. FRÍAS/J. CANO. malaga

...a ride nearby. No people were injured but three dogs died in the blaze. Fernández complained that it took firefighters “around an hour” to reach the fire after the 112 call.

14:19

Local

Extension to dog DNA registration deadline

Eugenio Cabezas Rincón de la victoria

Rincón de la Victoria town hall has announced a six-month extension to its programme to collect DNA from residents' dogs. The announcement comes after only 71 out of an estimated 9,500 dogs' DNA have been registered since the start of the scheme.

20:34

Sport

Malaga province welcomes the Vuelta a España

Daryl Finch

...site in 32nd place, some eight minutes after stage winner Tomasz Marczynski after a mechanical failure and a crash on the final down-hill stretch into Antequera. He did, however, limit his losses over Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) to 20 seconds, and ... del Guadalhorce reservoirs will make for spectacular views. And where better to spend hours waiting than here? After passing through El Palo, riders embarked on a 17.4-kilometre hill climb at a gradient of 4.9 per cent into the Montes de Málaga. ... After a gradual descent into Colmenar, the pack headed west before a final ascent up Antequera’s El Torcal before a sprint to the finish at the dolmens. It was a big day for Antequera with anticipation building throughout the day and thousands of