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15:48

LifeStyle

Community spirit thrives in the marina

Ash Bolton

A group of residents quarantined at a marina have found a novel way to help fight the coronavirus and support the local economy - by buying their supplies locally in La Línea. Around 30 families have been stuck on their boats since the lock down ... with supplies being delivered direct to the boats. She told SUR in English: "We are using local suppliers rather than big companies as we thought they might be suffering after losing their business and customers during the lockdown. "We're happy to ... marina. He explained: "People on boats are made of stern stuff. If you are crossing the Atlantic in your boat from the Canary Islands, you wouldn't get off your boat for over a month. So if we can't survive this lockdown confined to our boats, we've got

17:10

LifeStyle

22 May 1940: Gibraltar is evacuated in the Second World War

Debbie Bartlett

German U-boats, on a 16-day journey from hell to the UK in unhygienic conditions in which several elderly people died. The Gibraltarians ended up in London during the blitz, and about 13,000 of them lived there for the remaining years of the war. When

18:31

Local

Local fishing boats collected 19 tonnes of rubbish from the sea in 2019

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...collaboration with a number of environmental organisations and first started at Caleta port in 2018. Marbella joined the project in 2019. In total there are 15 ports and 83 fishing boats across Spain and Portugal involved in the project. The Vertideros

13:24

Local

Record amount of hashish is seized in 5-day operation along the Costa del Sol

JUAN CANO

Police have given details of several operations that saw a record 11 tonnes of hashish seized in five days. The clampdown on the smuggling across the Strait of Gibraltar saw eight arrests and four high-speed boats seized in Malaga province. ... There were also arrests and seizures of boats and cars in Huelva and Cadiz provinces. In one of the operations in a Casares property, 27 bales of hashish were found weighing 850 kilos while in another a boat was seized in Rincón de la Victoria.

10:52

Local

Clear seas again this summer as Acosol sends out 13 cleaning boats

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

The public water company for the western Costa, Acosol, has put into motion, for the third consecutive year, a boat service in order to control the quality of coastal waters during the summer months. The measure includes 13 boats, with three in ... reserve, that will collect debris floating near the surface daily from Torremolinos to Manilva. The cost of the service, which started on 1 June, is around half a million euros, and is paid for by Acosol. It will consist of four large boats (called ... Pelicans) that each cover a stretch of up to three miles, with capacity to carry large amounts of waste. They will be accompanied by nine other much smaller beach boats (Gavinas), which will collect floating and/or semi-submerged solids. These are much

14:14

Local

Marbella's Puerto Deportivo marina gets ready for cruise ships

NIEVES CASTRO

...of an existing landing quay in the central Puerto Deportivo marina that will allow shuttle boats to dock from cruise ships anchored offshore. Building work is expected to start in November and take two months. The work will allow boats up to 30

16:34

Local

Crisis in Costa fishing fleet as Asian seaweed invasion spreads

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

"We can't work; if it carries on like this we won't be able to eat," explains a Costa fisherman who can't leave port as all he is catching is a dense green seaweed. For months, boats using smaller nets in shallower water off Estepona and Marbella ... but it's now got as far as Cabopino, the only area that was still free of it." Gradually more boats have stayed away, and now all 28 that use fishing techniques near the surface have been forced to stay in port in Marbella and over 20 more in ... things that keeps us going." The extra worry is that the weed has been found at up to 200 metres depth, and if it reaches 300 metres, the larger dragnets of the bigger boats that fish locally will also start to be affected. The regional and national