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09:48

Sport

Sadiku at the double to lift Malaga out of the drop zone

FRANK GAVURIN

...panicked efforts were made to clear, and the ball fell to Sadiku, who had the calmness to control and fire into the roof of the net from close range. Despite the hosts’ superiority, Tenerife nearly produced an instant response, as Luis Pérez broke into

10:43

Local

DNA tests show bones found during search are not Dana's

E. C. / A. F.

...including Guardia Civil, fire and civil protection officers, hunters and mountaineers as well an army helicopter. Clothes found were also dismissed as they do not correspond with what Leonte is believed to have been wearing on the day of her disappearance.

20:34

Sport

Arantxa and Adriana fire Femenino to deserved victory

silvia rodríguez. adg

Malaga Femenino picked up three points from their visit to Levante B on Saturday, and could easily have returned to the Costa del Sol with a far better goal difference than their 2-1 victory gave them. Although the visitors were the superior team f

15:06

Opinion

After the cold rush

Peter Edgerton

...to put a jacket on. Having drunk enough 'caldito de pintarroja' to sink a battleship, wrapped themselves in 5,000,000-tog duvets and set fire to their armpit hair, all to no avail, everybody living here will soon be faced with the fact that the only

12:11

Sport

Fightback against Valencia B gives Femenino first home win

marina rivas

...forcing her into some impressive saves, and went aheadhalf an hour in when Liliana Llopis took advantage of some poor defending to fire home. 3 Malaga Encarni (66'), Arantxa (80'), Adriana (87') 1 Valencia B Llopis (31') Malaga were

15:31

Opinion

Fighting litter

MICHEL CRUZ

...only is it unsightly, a fire hazard and choking nature, but it attracts vermin and can cause health problems by increasing the number of rats, cockroaches, flies and mosquitos - exactly the wildlife we don't want, but the only ones we humans seem

17:49

Local

Large plume of black smoke visible as fire tears through wasteland near Malaga Airport

álvaro frías / juan cano

A large plume of black smoke, visible from across the city of Malaga, is the result of a fire that started on Tuesday afternoon in an area of wasteland occupied by caravans and other vehicles on the Guadalhorce industrial estate, according to SUR ... sources. The alarm was first raised at around 3.15 pm when several people reported a fire on Carretera Azucarera Intelhorce to the 112 emergency hotline. One caller claimed that the fire had originated in a caravan and was spreading. The industrial ... estate is next to the city's airport.SUR The Local and National Police were immediately alerted, as well as ambulance staff and the fire brigade who are working to extinguish the flames. Malaga Airport has also been placed on alert with the smoke

12:41

Local

Foreign residents among those evacuated as fire breaks out in Almuñécar

J. R. / P. G. T.

Foreign residents were among the five families who had to be evacuated from their houses on Sunday 6 October, after fire broke out in the Barranco de la Golondrina area, which is shared between Almuñécar and Ítrabo in Granada province. The fire ... drivers, who could see the smoke from the Tamaray tunnel area of the A-7 motorway. Police and fire fighters responded to the calls and planes and helicopters were also deployed to put out the fire. One home owner, Mercedes Puertas, told Granada newspaper, ... Ideal, "The neighbour phoned to tell me at 10am. The fire was far away and I didn't worry about it too much. A few hours later our houses were surrounded by flames." Puertas added, "my children and I went out to dampen down our land and then the fire

15:59

Sport

Missed chances again see Marbella drop two points away from home

JOSÉ GARCÍA, ADG

...was on his toes to react quickest when the ball broke in the six-yard box to fire his side into the lead in the fifth minute. Marbella's joy was shortlived, though. Just six minutes later, a mistake from Wilfred gifted the hosts the equaliser. His

10:29

Local

Casares forest fire damage limited by sudden wind change

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

A forest fire broke out on Tuesday evening in the Sierra Crestellina near the town of Casares, forcing the closure of the MA-8300 and the evacuation of around twenty homes. A team including 120 firefighters, six specialist advisers and four ... environment agency workers, equipped with six helicopters and seven fire trucks, battled the flames throughout the evening and the next day. The first emergency calls reached the authorities at 7.05pm, with callers reporting a forest fire in a pine forest ... during the fire; the owner, a Russian man, sheltered in his swimming pool until the emergency services arrived. The mayor of Casares, Pepe Carrasco, expressed his relief that more homes weren't affected, given how many there are in the area. George, a

16:15

Sport

Malaga just above the drop zone as struggles in front of goal continue

Daryl Finch

...up by Muñoz, could only fire straight at keeper Diego Mariño from a tight angle. The only consolation was that Sporting created even less in the first 45 minutes. That changed after the break as the game opened up. The visitors' first chance came

14:48

LifeStyle

27 September 1975: Spain's final deaths by capital punishment

CHARLOTTE WAY

...fifteen European countries, including the UK, withdrew themselves from office; fire-bombs attacked the Spanish embassy in Brussels; the Spanish consulate in Porto, Portugal, was completely ransacked; and headlines of "Vandalismo antiespañol" ("Anti-Spanish

14:46

LifeStyle

Peppers, from fire to sweetness

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Christopher Columbus did not return from his first trip to America in triumph. The 'West Indies' he had reached by sailing westwards lacked the valuable spices he had gone to look for. Therefore, in his audience with the Catholic Monarchs, he focused

13:57

Local

Axarquía mayors warn of not enough firefighters

Eugenio Cabezas

Mayors of five villages in the upper Axarquía have criticised Malaga's Diputación for the lack of fire fighters in the area. Following a number of recent fires which Nerja and Vélez-Málaga crews have taken up to 45 minutes to get to, the mayors ... have called for fire stations to open in Cómpeta and Puente don Manuel. Manuel Marmolejo, who is responsible for fire brigades at the Diputación has said it is "an absolute priority" for next year.

10:16

Local

Junta releases 75 million euros to repair storm damage across Andalucía

IGNACIO LILLO / FERNANDO TORRES

...the water when a stream running through the upper part of the town overflowed. Dozens of locals joined the fire brigade and other services to help clear the streets and some houses of mud on Saturday morning. Juanma Moreno went to the town on

12:56

Local

Inland areas clean up after storms hit Malaga province

FERNANDO tORRES / iGNACIO lILLO

...running through the upper part of the town overflowed. Juanma Moreno in Villanueva del Trabuco.ÑITO SALAS Dozens of locals joined the fire brigade and other services to help clear the streets and some houses of mud on Saturday morning. Juanma

17:37

What to do

Excitement as the Cirque du Soleil comes to town

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...audience watch on, astonished, from below. The circus performers pose in front of the city's Roman theatre and Alcazaba.Pedro J. Quero They are playing with fire. In fact, a few years ago, Ronald suffered a fracture after he fell from a height of nine

14:58

Education

The menace of mobiles

Charlotte Way

...geography lessons in the classroom. Projects involving video recording spark excitement for younger pupils. Safety is another aspect to be considered, and a sweeping ban on mobile phones could come under fire from parents concerned about being unable to

13:28

Local

23 vehicles west of Malaga city set alight within two hours

JUAN CANO

Fire engines were called out at 3.30am to the first and largest fire and had just brought it under control when the alarm was raised that a motorbike and a Citroen Jumpy van were on fire. A further alarm was raised at 5.30am, the last of the evening,

11:21

Gibraltar

Fans flock to see stars at Gibraltar music festival

Ash Bolton

...this stage has been built, access to this stage has to be strictly controlled to meet fire and safety legislation." Previous years saw the festival held at Victoria Stadium, but due to an international football game between Gibraltar and Denmark on 5

11:08

Opinion

Gone direction

Peter Edgerton

...risible. "Right, the lift was next to the fire extinguisher which you clearly saw on the way to your room." "But we can see at least four fire extinguishers from here. Please, just ask the cleaning lady." "Which one?" "The one by the fire

16:49

Local

Benahavís fire near La Zagaleta is controlled

HECTOR BARBOTTA / I.M.

Last Saturday night the fear of forest fire near Marbella became real again with an outbreak in the Sierra Palmitera nature reserve, next to the La Zagaleta luxury development, in Benahavís municipality. More than 70 firefighters and coordinators ... worked to bring the blaze under control with other emergency services. The alarm was raised at around 11pm at night and it wasn't until 7am on Sunday morning that the fire was officially brought under control.

14:40

Sport

Blanca Fernández Ochoa died in the mountains she loved

ICÍAR OCHOA DE OLANO

...searching by the Guardia Civil, National Police, fire fighters and hundreds of volunteers in the Fuenfría valley, the Siete Picos and nearby hills and mountains. The hope of finding Blanca alive, although injured, remained firm among the search team and

11:53

LifeStyle

Star chef Alcayde makes mouths water at Starlite, Marbella

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...following the main philosophy of the restaurant: to offer a very visual menu. "We wanted diners to be able to see the meat roasting on the fire," he said, with one of the star dishes being chicken marinated with spices cooked on an open fire, a recipe

11:28

LifeStyle

The only woman at the sardine fire

SUSANA ZAMORA

...later in 'chiringuitos' (beach restaurants) alongside professionals that she says she really picked up the tricks of the trade. "The sardines are toasted in the heat from the flames, a kind of hot chamber that forms between the fire and the fish," she ... the fire. However the reason for this tradition being special to the Costa del Sol is clear: "The small sardine that lives in the Alboran Sea is exceptional, first for its small size (around 12 centimetres), its shiny skin and for being especially ... the sardines are at their best between May and August, but the espeteros don't stand with their arms folded for the rest of the year, when other types of fish are cooked in the same way. But spending the day in front of a fire in the heat of the

11:49

Local

Town hall estimates 20 hectares were burned in Marbella fire

SUR

Marbella town hall estimates that the fire on scrubland near the Bello Horizonte development on Thursday night last week (22 August) destroyed a total of 20 hectares (49 acres) of land. Emergency services began receiving reports of smoke, that ... could be seen as far away as Puerto Banús, at around 8.20pm. Forty homes were evacuated as a safety precaution as the fire blazed close to the AP-7 motorway. According to Infoca, the body responsible for the control and prevention of forest fires, 70 ... fire would develop. At about 8am on Friday morning, Infoca announced that the fire was under control. This fire broke out just a day after a hillside blaze in neighbouring Estepona, which destroyed 330 hectares (815 acres), was brought under

14:03

Local

Town hall estimates almost 50 acres were razed by Marbella fire last Thursday

sur

Marbella town hall estimates that the fire which went up on scrubland near the Bello Horizonte development on Thursday night razed a total of 20 hectares (49 acres) of land. Emergency services began receiving reports of smoke, that could be seen ... as far away as Puerto Banús, at around 8.20pm. The aftermath of the fire. SUR Forty homes were evacuated as a safety precaution as the fire blazed close to the AP-7 motorway. According to Infoca, the body responsible for the control and ... "took the dogs and fled", concerned about how the fire would develop. At about 8am on Friday morning, Infoca announced that the fire was under control.

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?

12:29

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

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

sur

...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

12:57

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