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17:03

Local

Costa del Sol, the drug smuggling crossroads

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / FERNANDO TORRES / JUAN CANO organised crime

...particular drugs according to their nationality, for example Colombian organisations trafficked cocaine and the Italians hashish. That has changed in recent years, as the criminals got to know each other in jail and formed new gangs upon their release; these ... nearly 3,000 arrests, and the gangs have changed their routines as a result. Stealing hauls Now the traffickers have to go outside the Campo de Gibraltar area to unload the boats and, because of the difficulties involved in bringing drugs in and

17:00

Local

Community fee dodgers with no excuse, rife on the Costa del Sol

Francisco Jiménez

Debts owed to communities of owners in the province have gone down for the third year running and now total 57.8 million euros, the lowest figure since 2012. The improvement in the economic situation has contributed to this reduction, but is not enti

14:44

LifeStyle

“I haven't changed because they have told me I have Alzheimer's: I'm still me”

Ángel Escalera

Ildefonso Fernández, a 58-year-old from La Rioja, has recently helped others to understand what life is like for someone who is affected by Alzheimer's. “I haven't changed because they said I have Alzheimer's; I'm still me and that's how I want to ... jobs and become obligatory pensioners. “Why wouldn't I be able to work? Have I changed so much from one day to the next, just because I was told I have Alzheimer's?” he asked. He wants companies to be more sensitive and supportive, and to adapt

13:26

Local

SOHA reaches 10th birthday but there is still a lot to do

Jennie Rhodes

...lives, and Mario was elected in Alcaucín. In the 2015 local elections Mario became mayor of the town. “I stood for election because of SOHA. You need to be in politics to get things changed and there are so many people that are affected by this ... situation,” he explains. Achievements Phil and Mario explain that they have changed the attitudes of a number of organisations and authorities. They highlight the Junta de Andalucía, who they recognise have become much more supportive of SOHA's cause under ... current president, Susana Díaz. “We have gone from being described as 'urban delinquents' in the early days to getting support from the Junta,” explains Mario. The pair's hard work has also changed the attitude of both the British consulate in Malaga and

14:29

Local

Marbella judge cancels home loan quoted in Japanese yen

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...up even after repayments and at one point was 415,000 euros. The judge said that the risks weren't explained at the time to the customer and that the loan should be changed to euros.

15:00

LifeStyle

TV is stealing our sleep

ANTONIO PANIAGUA

Here in Spain, television is keeping us awake at night and affecting the quality of our sleep. People who enjoy spending their leisure time in front of the TV are often likely to stay up until 2am to watch the end of the latest reality or chat show.

01:28

Sport

Heartbreak as Unicaja fall at the final hurdle

Daryl Finch / Juan Calderón

Nothing changed after the break, in fact it got worse. Unicaja struggled badly to handle the trio of Campazzo, Tavares and Carroll, especially after Fernández finally succumbed to his injury. At this point (42-68, min. 30), the match was already settled.

16:03

LifeStyle

The magic of a spoon

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

changed to include cereals and beans, milk products and meat from home-raised animals and the spoon came into its own. La Reserva 12’s Cazuela de Fideos.SUR In ancient Rome, the basic village dish was 'gachas' (called puls, it is the root of the word