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15:14

National

The burden of living

JAVIER GUILLENEA

...exception is because of Schengen Every day several thousand Moroccan citizens, most of them women, cross the border and head for the Tarajal industrial estate in Ceuta, to load large packs of merchandise weighing between 60 and 90 kilos on their backs. ... Ceuta port are taken to industrial estates close to the border and put into packs which are large but can be carried. It is a way of exporting goods without paying taxes. In Morocco, anything which a person can carry across the border is considered hand ... very close to the industrial estate where the merchandise is kept, but there is a fence which means that those who manage to cross the border, running, shoving and trying to avoid blows from the ‘majaznis’ (members of a security force similar to the

16:01

Travel

Amsterdam and region - the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...leisurely journey along the river Vecht, passing historic country estates and through charming villages and towns such as Weesp. Heritage Park Batavialand Family fun is assured at this maritime museum and historical shipyard, full of fascinating and

10:18

LifeStyle

5 May 1808: Carlos IV of Spain abdicates for the second time

Debbie Bartlett what happened today

...country did not come easily to him, as he preferred to spend his time on leisure pursuits such as hunting, so he took a back seat and left matters of estate to his wife, María Luisa, and prime minister, the Count of Floridablanca, until the latter was

13:59

Local

Prostitution: there is a way out

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN Malaga

...that"; Gladys, beside her, only says that yes, she also used to hang out on the Guadalhorce industrial estate to make a living; and Cristina tells her story of real hardship but only refers to "the other." But "the other" is what led these women to the ... Mujer Emancipada (Emancipated Woman) association in Malaga, which tries to help women who have become involved in prostitution on the industrial estate and have voluntarily taken the decision to change their lives. In other words, that is what the women ... closed to her, Gladys discovered that the industrial estate, where she spent a year, was her only hope. She later found a temporary job cleaning in a restaurant, went to Huelva to pick strawberries, worked in a restaurant owned by somebody else from

14:59

LifeStyle

Marbella plays Florida in the UK's hit series 'Living The Dream'

Mónica Pérez

...and an area for the props. A warehouse unit on the San Pedro industrial estate became an improvised storage facility. "The Marbella tourism department was great. They went to great efforts to help us and made things much easier by centralising

18:12

Local

"Brexit will not stop the British investing in Marbella"

PABLO COLLANTES

...property sector Paul Clark is confident that Brexit is not going to affect real estate investment in Marbella, and he pointed out that most of the construction which is starting in Marbella now is thanks to the investment of British capital. “The

11:44

LifeStyle

Owning an entire village

SUSANA ZAMORA

...report about depopulation in rural villages and that it was possible to buy them, I picked up the phone and rang the contact number they gave because I wanted one," she says. But Pepe, the salesman at the Aldeas Abandonadas estate agency who answered her

10:47

Local

Bancosol, 20 years fighting home-grown hunger

AMANDA SALAZAR

They never stop work in the distribution centre at Bancosol, the Costa del Sol's centralised charity food bank on the Trévenez industrial estate on the edge of Malaga. Operación kilo Bancosol, with the sponsorship of Fundación Unicaja, will be

17:25

Local

Foreign residents keen to get involved

...originally from Leeds, UK, and arrived in Spain in 1998, moving to Marbella in 2006. For the last eight years this real estate developer has been president of the El Rosario community of property owners and as a result has been involved in meetings with the