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17:05

Local

High levels of E. coli halts clam catches off Malaga coast

Agustín peláez

The regional government, the Junta de Andalucía, has closed off an area between Malaga and the Río Vélez to the west of Torre del Mar to certain local clam catches (coquina, concha fina and chirla) after "unusually high levels" of E. coli were found

11:44

LifeStyle

13 September 1961: Royal engagement announced

Debbie Bartlett

...never actually proposed to her. He is reported to have tossed a small box at her during an event at a hotel in Lausanne, and said "Sofía, catch it". When she opened it and found a ring made from melted coins dating back to the time of Alexander the

14:34

Local

Local Police in Rincón de la Victoria catch wanted French fugitive

Eugenio Cabezas

A French fugitive was caught by Local Police in Rincón de la Victoria in the early hours of Monday morning when officers stopped the man while he was seen driving recklessly through the town. Results of a breath test showed he was twice over the l

12:09

LifeStyle

Andalucía's most expensive catches

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...mackerel (629,898), octopus (563,653) and red mullet (106,454). However, these are not the most expensive; Malaga's dearest catches include lobster, squid, langoustines, crawfish, grouper, grenadier and monkfish. Crayfish (langostinos) are the most ... Malaga and around 65 tonnes along the whole of the Andalusian coast. The average price was 22.04 euros per kilo last year with the majority of the catch coming from the ports of Algeciras and Conil de la Frontera.

14:49

Local

No end to wave of attacks on refuse bins

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Police in Vélez-Málaga have been unable to catch those behind the recent wave of vandalism which has seen refuse containers burned and tipped over there and in Torre del Mar. Eight more were vandalised last week and although local police said

14:49

Local

Sardines and anchovies, among the most popular fish in Malaga

A. PELÁEZ

The Malaga fishing fleet catches around 150 different species in the waters off the province, but one is particularly popular: sardines. In 2017 they caught nearly three million kilos (2,984,862) of those, which was 42.5 per cent of the total catch