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14:02

Opinion

The early morning pain

Peter Edgerton

...very often, primary school children begin their finger painting or terrible singing or whatever it is they do at 9am but when they reach secondary school age, they're obliged to begin at eight. That's right, just before their teenage body clocks begin

19:43

Local

Residents forced from their homes by Estepona fire begin to return

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The wildfire which broke out in the Peñas Blancas area of Estepona on Monday morning and forced hundreds of people to evacuate their homes is expected to be declared officially under control by the end of Tuesday. The main obstacles for the 240 fir

14:56

Sport

Two draws and a defeat as friendlies begin

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

Malaga followed up a goalless draw against Algeciras last week with a 1-1 draw in Coín against Cordoba on Tuesday. A mix of youth and returning loan players took to the field for a half each in both games with a predictable lack of cohesion on displa

14:40

LifeStyle

Let the treasure hunt begin...

MADDY HAY

There’s no better way to immerse yourself into Andalusian culture than to explore the local street markets. Mercadillos, as they are often known, are numerous and varied in this area and can occur weekly, daily or as part of a one-off cultural event.

12:39

Local

Benalmádena dog owners obliged to wash away their pets' urine

Tony Bryant

...concerning pets, which also declares that all dogs must be microchipped and have a DNA profile registered at the town hall. The legislation will come in to effect following a short information and awareness period, after which, the local police will begin

13:03

Local

Works on improvements to PTA access begin

Ignacio LILLO.

Works to improve access to the Andalucía Technology Park (PTA) got under way on Monday, a week after regional president Juanma Moreno announced it at a SUR forum. The 486,974-euro project will last no more than two months and is expected to be oper