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11:25

Local

British pensioner dies in Torremolinos flat fire

SUR.

A British man aged 79 died in a fire at his home in Torremolinos last Saturday morning. Neighbours raised the alarm at the ten-storey block of flats on the Avenida de Benálmadena in the resort. Emergency services found the Briton's body inside.

15:01

Local

Investigation concludes Moliere Playa beach bar fire was started by accident

FERNANDO TORRES

The Moliere Playa beach bar on the Torremolinos promenade was "completely destroyed", according to several witnesses, after a fire swept through the premises on Saturday afternoon. The flames, which were first noted around noon, quickly burned the ... bar's structure and were carried by the wind to several palm trees nearby. An investigation into the event, which fortunately did not result in any injuries, concluded that the fire was started by accident. Five teams from the Torremolinos fire ... waste from the area around the establishment. The Local Police's help was also required to cordon off the area and divert traffic onto alternative routes with the smoke impeding visibility. Imminent closure Prior to the fire, the beach bar's owners

19:07

Opinion

No shows

ANDREW J. LINN

...restaurants in the same town or city. Another well-proven policy is to offer customers a discount on a future meal reservation, obviously dependent upon the first booking being honoured. The sure-fire way of avoiding these problems is to refuse to accept

13:31

National

From Julen to Franco, a review of some of the year's news stories

Debbie Bartlett

June Fire at San Roque petrochemical plant The Indorama fire.EFE There was concern over the possibility of toxic smoke in the Campo de Gibraltar area when fire broke out at the Indorama petrochemical plant in San Roque. The huge column of smoke

16:36

National

A miracle in the mountains

CRISTIAN REINO

fire brigade announced that two hikers had been rescued from the Valle de Nuria (in Girona, in the Catalonian Pyrenees). They were named as Audrey, who is British, and Rohan, from South Africa, who live in Barcelona. The couple had been surprised by ... area by phone, and they rang the fire brigade. A helicopter and two vehicles went to look for the couple. Rohan had been advised by the emergency service to try to keep Audrey as warm as possible, but it was two hours after the phone call requesting ... assistance that the helicopter found the couple. "At first it looked as if the situation was extremely serious. They couldn't find any vital signs at all," explained Pedro Collado, a member of the fire brigade's GRAE special operations unit. They attended to

18:45

Sport

Last-gasp equaliser robs Malaga of their festive cheer

frank gavurin

...excellent finish to fire Renato Santos' near-post cross into the net. Sadiku thought he had a second after he had thumped the ball into the roof of the net following impressive play by Luis Muñoz; the linesman, however, raised his flag. The Albanian was

11:15

Local

Municipal police forces call for more protection to be able to help fight organised crime

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO / HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

Guardia Civil] forces. For example, nobody told us about the shooting in Cabopino (Marbella) when they killed a Frenchman on 3 December. We only got a call that there was a car on fire near to Mijas quarry, where the hitmen abandoned the vehicle after ... fleeing the scene. We were the first on the scene and treated it as a fire when really it was a crime operation," he explained. Call for bigger guns Óscar Camacho, a Local Police officer in Marbella and head of the CSL union, pointed out that criminals

15:49

Gibraltar

Preparatory works begin on the recreational area at The Mount

Debbie Bartlett

Great Siege and for the raising of the forerunners of the Royal Engineers. The plot was purchased by the Admiralty in 1797. The residence was reconstructed in 1846 and the stables after a fire in 1859. It has traditionally been occupied by senior naval