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12:20

National

Gran Canaria residents return to their homes after being hit by an even larger forest fire

SUR

Little by little the flames that have once again swept through the mountains and forests of Gran Canaria since last weekend have been going out. If the forest fire two weeks ago was a shock to island communities, destroying 1,500 hectares, the ... properties as the fire has been brought under control. "We've gone from evacuating people to returning them. When residents go back to their homes, it means we are beating the fire," said regional president of the Canaries, Ángel Victor Torres, on Wednesday. ... On Thursday, there were still several roads in the interior of the island closed because of the fire, which started on Saturday 17 August and affected a big part of the northwest of the island, especially the Tejeda, Agaete and Guayedra valleys, near

21:35

Local

Man behind Estepona fire that destroyed 330 hectares bailed with charges

charo márquez / Álvaro Frías

A French national who is resident in Estepona left a local court on Wednesday in tears over the magnitude of what had happened to him. The unnamed man had been arrested then bailed with charges by a judge after starting the biggest forest fire on ... the Costa del Sol so far this summer through “carelessness”. At one point Infoca, the wild fire emergency service, had 240 people on the ground, 22 aircraft and had declared a Level 1 emergency in the highly-sensitive environmental area of the Sierra ... Bermeja mountains, behind Estepona. The fire broke out in the Peñas Blancas area on Monday morning and forced hundreds of people, many on holiday, to evacuate their homes for a time, watching on, powerless to do anything. The arrested man (l) leaves

19:43

Local

Residents forced from their homes by Estepona fire begin to return

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...wind, milder temperatures and a higher level of humidity," said regional government spokesman, Elías Bendodo. The fire was visible from a number of nearby homes.EFE As a result, on Tuesday afternoon, some residents of the lower part of the Forest ... their homes and land have not suffered any damage. An arrest made Bendodo also confirmed on Monday that a man had been arrested in connection with starting the fire. According to initial investigations, the fire was caused by "negligence" when the ... man, of French origin, tried to destroy a beehive but quickly lost control of the flames. The man had been renting the land from which the fire originated. Around 300 hectares razed The area, made up pricipally of scrub and pine trees, is of

12:32

Opinion

Traditions or torment?

Debbie Bartlett

...local tradition. Running a bull through a streets with a ring of fire round its neck used to be; would these people respect that custom, if it were brought back, I wonder?

12:57

National

Gran Canaria forest fire is controlled and put out as residents return to their homes

SUR

...area of the island. He is accused of having started the fire through an act of negligence. It swept through 1,500 hectares (15 square kilometres) and forced 1,000 locals from three villages to leave their homes. It is claimed that the unnamed local ... started the fire when he was carrying out some soldering near to a house on the open hillside. However, he may not be the only one eventually accused of starting a forest fire in Gran Canaria in the last week. The Guardia Civil are trying to gather enough ... clues to find the person who, supposedly taking advantage of the fact that all fire-fighting resources were being used on the first fire, started another blaze on the island's mountainous terrain near Telde at 10pm on Monday night. The whole

12:29

Opinion

Guilt edged opportunities

Peter Edgerton

...a sure fire winner. Bumpety bump, bumpety bump. Once we reach the airport, I do hope I won't be pulled aside at security as I was on the way in. It's always rather nerve-racking although you know you've got nothing to hide. Sometimes, when I've

18:11

Local

Fire ravages bus carrying 45 people on the motorway in Marbella

juan cano

...engine of the vehicle had caught fire, the bus driver evacuated all passengers - a group of Moroccans headed for the port of Tarifa to cross by ferry to their home country. Two fire engines from Mijas plus a crew from Marbella attended the scene but

10:38

Local

Bush fire damages land around Tibetan temple near Benalmádena

SUR

Last Saturday morning fire was spotted in undergrowth on land next to the Stupa, the gold-topped Tibetan temple near Benalmádena Pueblo. Forest fire protection service, Infoca, said that 34 fire officers, three operations directors, an ... environmental expert and a water plane were sent to the scene. By 2pm the fire, which had spread close the hillside viewpoint around the building, was under control although officers stayed well into the afternoon extinguishing it. Flames were visible from a

14:56

Opinion

In case of fire

PETER HARRISON

...of fire. What starts as a carelessly discarded cigarette butt or a spark can, within minutes, develop into a raging inferno as the fire gathers speed over the parched undergrowth. We have all attended fire drills in hotels, on board ships or in ... offices and many regard it as a bit of fun, not to be taken too seriously - after all fire is something which happens to someone else. Perhaps we unconsciously reject an unpleasant thing from our minds and instead dwell on more desirable things. The ... simple fact is fire is real and is a threat to every household. Everyone should have a fire plan, especially if you have pets, as they rely on you for their guidance. Circumstances vary but a few basic rules apply. I believe it is vital to keep a collar

20:25

Local

Benalmádena fire causes kilometres of tailbacks

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A forest fire that broke out on Thursday evening in the El Higuerón area of Benalmádena caused long tailbacks after some lanes of the A-7 motorway were closed to traffic. As of 8pm, according to the Infoca wildfire response unit, there were 83