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16:02

Local

Traffic chaos strikes at new designer outlet village at Plaza Mayor

ignacio lillo

...highs close to 20 degrees, encouraged thousands of people to head to the outlet village to sample the new discount luxury shops. The two additional lanes which give access to the site, which run from the area close to the exit for Leroy Merlin until

12:28

Opinion

Two degrees

IGNACIO LILLO

The average high temperature on the Costa del Sol in July has been two degrees hotter than the historical average, which is taken from a not-so-far-off period from 1980 to 2010. For 31 days we had to cope with highs of an average of 32.4 degrees ... we're leaving them. For them, those two degrees might be the difference between having a future or not.

20:29

National

2019 to round off the hottest decade in history

ÁLVARO SOTO.

...floods that used to happen once a century are becoming regular occurrences". Temperatures between January and October this year were 1.1 degrees higher than temperatures between 1850 and 1900, and Taalas warned that temperatures could easily tip over ... the two degrees agreed upon in the 2015 Paris Agreement; in fact, at current rates, the world is heading towards four or five degrees of warming. This year saw record heatwaves in France, UK, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg and Germany.

13:31

Opinion

REITs - an alternative to 'bricks and mortar'

JEREMY BLATCH

After purchasing a residential home many investors allocate investment capital to real estate in varying degrees, relative to their overall total net worth. Return on capital comes from rental income and capital appreciation. This places real

12:48

LifeStyle

Local poet shines light on the 'marvels' of Benalmádena

Tony Bryant

Benalmádena". The 700-page book is styled on a modern-day Romeo and Juliet. Marcos gained a degree in English Philology from the University of Malaga and he now works as an English teacher. He belongs to the Hispanic Writers Union (UHE), and he is a member of

16:13

Opinion

A difference of degree

Mark Nayler

...in favour of increased taxes on corporations and wealthy individuals and greater public spending. Yet there would be differences of degree between the two party leaders, with UP likely to push for even higher levels of public investment and taxation

14:43

Local

Costa del Sol placed on amber warning as temperatures rise above 39 degrees

IGNACIO LILLO

The Spanish weather agency Aemet has placed Malaga, the Costa del Sol and Valle del Guadalhorce areas on amber warning, as today's temperatures (Friday) look to rise above 39ºC. After thermometers hit more than 40 degrees on Wednesday, residents ... and visitors along the Costa del Sol enjoyed a little relief on Thursday, with its predicted highs of around 34 degrees. The heat is not due to be so kind today, however, and meteorologists are following the relentless hot weather with an eagle eye, as ... a new record in the capital could be set; Malaga's highest temperature recorded in the month of August was 44 degrees on 9 August, 1953. Wednesday's sweltering temperatures were this summer's fiercest taste so far of the Terral, the warm wind that

10:53

Local

Costa maximum temperatures were almost two degrees warmer than normal in July

IGNACIO LILLO

Temperatures on the Costa continue their upward climb, with above-average highs in July. Provisional data from the Aemet weather station, at El Cónsul near Malaga Airport, shows that the average daily maximum temperature was 32.4 degrees last month, ... 1.9 degrees more than the 1980-2010 average. Also rising were the nighttime minimum temperatures, as many who had trouble sleeping last month already know. Average lows were 22.6 degrees, 1.6 degrees more than usual. Experts predict a low risk of