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13:59

Local

The balloon that flew from Malaga to Rabat

rossel aparicio

...in plastic and taped it onto the balloon. Then we let the balloon go from our balcony," explained the journalist and camera operator from Rincón de la Victoria. Five months later, when the family had completely forgotten the whole episode, Sandro ... and asked for help from the person who eventually sent the email. "It seems that the person who found the globe looked for a friend who could write in Spanish and who had an email address to reply to us," Sandro said. "I explained it to my daughter.

11:56

Local

Authorities remove 15 tonnes of jellyfish from shores of Costa del Sol, but warn that swarms are unpredictable

Eugenio Cabezas / Agustín Peláez / Nieves Castro

The Costa del Sol's first weekend of real summer weather coincided with the arrival of an enormous swarm of jellyfish. Thousands of stinging Pelagia Noctiluca washed up onto beaches along the Costa del Sol, from Nerja all the way to Benalmádena. ... from the beaches and the bathing water. Between Saturday and Wednesday, authorities had moved over 15 tonnes of jellyfish from the shores. Infomedusa, an app set up by the provincial authority in 2013, keeps bathers informed in real time of the ... situation. Jesús Bellido, a specialist from the Aula del Mar environmental organisation and coordinator of Informedusa says that there is no "single explanation" for the infestation, but highlights the fact that abundant rain during recent months plus the

12:15

Local

Torremolinos cultural festival attracts thousands of visitors over the hottest weekend of the year

Tony Bryant

...countries from four continents presented their typical gastronomy, arts, crafts and traditional folklore. Thailand, Germany, Italy, Morocco and Cuba were among the countries participating in the four-day event. Visitors enjoyed live music and dance shows ... from the shaded terrace, around which sculptures of several world land marks were displayed to add to the cosmopolitan ambience created during the festival. Each country presented its traditional music and dance and the performances ranged from ... flamenco, to Cuban jazz, Romanian folk and Mexican ballet. Brian and Dawn Finch, who were on holiday from Devon, told of their delight to be able to 'experience a little bit of the world' while staying in Torremolinos. "This is third time we have come to

15:22

LifeStyle

The WHO now recognises addiction to videogames as a mental disorder

EFE

...was published this week. After 11 years of work, the WHO has decided that transsexuality, as a gender identity disorder, should be removed from the section of mental illnesses - something that LGBT associations have been demanding for years - and ... cent of those who play videogames suffer from abusive and pernicious behaviour, but it wants there to be scientific certainty. Also, the fact that this disorder is included in the list of illnesses means that people who suffer from it can obtain

12:57

Local

Mayor of Marbella announces that local taxes, including IBI, will fall in 2019

Mónica Pérez

...mayor made the announcement in the 'State of the Town' council meeting held on Thursday morning. Muñoz gave a positive assessment of her leadership in the nine months since she took over from the three-way coalition led by the PSOE party. Among the ... initiatives announced by the mayor was the reduction in local taxation that will be offset with increased income from EU development funds, some 15 million euros, and further grants of 10 million euros. Both will be added into the 2019 budget which the mayor

15:25

LifeStyle

Alzheimer's charities swap experiences in a fact-finding visit thanks to an online meeting

SUR IN ENGLISH

...services, helping people find support since often different organisations don't know the others exist. We've had 8,000 visitors to the site so far who are searching for everything from information on residency and getting disabled parking badges to the ... the facilities and experience. "We often have users who are originally from other countries and who are suffering from Alzheimer's, whether they attend the day centre or just pop in to chat for a few hours. We speak English and it is very emotional to ... a fresh site in Arroyo de la Miel that will allow patients to stay overnight and so give respite relief to family carers. President of the centre, Mari Cruz Azuaga, said, "The two-million-euro project already has most funding promised from the

14:53

LifeStyle

Discovering an inherited home

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...away from Hawaii, Malaga is the distant European home of her ancestors. Susan had been told that, in 1907, her great grandparents María and Esteban had been part of the passage of the ship SS Heliópolis, which left the port of Malaga carrying ... thousands of Andalusians who were to work on sugar cane plantations on the Pacific island. When Martha realised that she was too old to make the trip to discover her roots, she asked her daughter. "She asked me to bring her a shell or a pebble from the coast ... were from Malaga and so I began thinking about my place of origin," said Susan, who has memories of her grandmother telling stories in English, with "sprinklings of Spanish" in between. During the journey to Hawaii, Rosario was barely six years old,

15:13

Sport

Far from ideal

Rob Palmer opinion

...back in Madrid. Florentino Pérez, Real's president, is the only man who really emerges from the whole saga with little credit at all. He negotiated in secret with the representatives of Lopetgui and sprung the news on the world with the most inopportune

14:14

Local

New site chosen for the prefabricated units at San Pedro health centre

Mónica Pérez

...the new one can be built. It hasn't been an easy task and several possibilities were ruled out but the provincial Health delegate, Ana Isabel González, says the decision has now been made and a site has been selected not far away from the existing