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15:32

Local

Malaga city hall and airport to end MA-21 flooding

Francisco JIMÉNEZ malaga

Malaga city hall and Malaga airport have agreed to build a new drain that will prevent the old N-340 motorway, now the MA-21, from flooding frequently. The problem has been caused by water that flows down from the Churriana area onto the road.

13:13

Local

Ronda's bridge closes for repairs to smelly pipes

Vanessa MELGAR.

The iconic bridge over the gorge in Ronda, known as the Puente Nuevo, will be closed to traffic for the next five weeks while repairs are carried out. The 230-year-old structure is leaking due to problems with drains, sewerage and piping. White st

11:28

Local

Urgent improvements for Fuengirola's riverside park after rain

Ivan Gelibter Fuengirola

The riverside park (Parque Fluvial) in Fuengirola will undergo 500,000 euros of urgent improvements in the coming months. The focus of the work will be on the drainage and sewage pipes that run under the area, responsible for draining much of the tow

10:54

LifeStyle

Preventing water-logging

Denise Bush

Pot plants should be raised on 'feet' of some sort so that excess water can drain out from the bottom. Also check that guttering and downpipes are cleared so that water cannot overflow onto your plants and drown them.

13:37

LifeStyle

Vegetable pâtés, a versatile and healthy alternative

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...spices... La Molienda Verde, from Benalauría, also makes great pâtés from olives and from chestnuts. Soak the tomatoes in warm water for about one hour. Drain and scrape off any seeds. Chop the flesh finely. Rinse and drain the red kidney beans and peel ... with lemon, garlic, olive oil and salt. Pierce the aubergines all over with a sharp knife (to allow any liquid to escape during cooking) and roast in the oven at 220º until soft. Leave them to cool and then peel them and drain off any excess liquid.

11:02

LifeStyle

Canary Island Foxglove

Denise Bush

The Canary Island foxglove, botanical name Isoplexis or Digitalis canariensis, is a perennial, woody shrub up to 1.5 metres tall with glossy green, serrated leaves and spikes of apricot or orange flowers with reddish anthers. Common names include

10:28

LifeStyle

The Bugle Lily

Denise Bush

The Bugle lily, also called Beatrice watsonia, is an evergreen perennial, unlike montbretia which dies back to the ground in the winter. It is native to South Africa and is not drought or frost resistant but makes a stunning addition to a mixed borde

11:55

LifeStyle

Spring flowering bulbs

Denise Bush

Autumn is creeping in at last although daytime temperatures are still quite high. Those two days (if you were lucky) of rain last week was perfect for softening the dry, hard earth and makes planting bulbs a lot easier. Now is a good time to get spri