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22:02

Opinion

Soft sell

Peter Edgerton

...exact figure but it's something along those lines. Nobody buys CDs these days and even if they did manage to find a record shop which hasn't been converted into a coffee emporium, they'd arrive home with their brand new purchase only to remember they

14:40

Local

Supersol name set to disappear as Carrefour buys up familiar chain

EFE / N. HESKETH

They are a familiar sight to over a generation of expat residents and holidaymakers on the Costa del Sol, but next year Supersol supermarkets are set to disappear for good. On Thursday, it was announced that the stores, currently owned by Lithuania

20:19

Local

Bottle caps recycled for a good cause

IGNACIO LILLO

Most people have wondered whether the plastic bottle caps gathered at collection points in offices and schools do indeed have an economic value. The answer is yes. In the Replasur office on the Santa Teresa industrial estate, there are photocopies

15:53

Local

Benalmádena hotelier buys former military HQ

SUR

The former military HQ in Malaga, in the property hotspot of the Paseo de la Farola next to the port, has been bought for 4.5 million euros by the owner of Benalmádena's Vincci Aleysa hotel. One possible option is to convert it in to a high-end se

16:04

Local

Marbella buys 350 large new litter bins

SUR

Councillor for Street Cleansing in Marbella, Diego López has unveiled the new, larger litter bins that the council has bought. In total 350 have been acquired and they will be installed in the busiest areas, including Puerto Banús and the Old Town.

12:29

Local

Miami company buys most of La Equitativa

JESÚS HINOJOSA.

Key International, a Miami based property investment and development company, have purchased 60 per cent of the Grade I listed La Equitativa building. This larger part does not include the iconic tower which is owned by the developer Rubcapel (30