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12:15

Local

Brazen traffickers refuel boats on Sabinillas beach in broad daylight in front of bathers

ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...promenade to the water's edge where a small craft is waiting. Instead of unloading cargo, however, these men are loading the boat with fuel cans, before running back to the van which brought them there and fleeing the scene. According to SUR sources, this ... is "a very dangerous manoeuvre as these cans can explode at any moment". The same sources say that this activity is linked to the trafficking of hashish from Morocco into Spain and that these operations require a large amount of fuel to be carried

11:14

Local

"Our best hope is to focus on alternatives to single use plastics"

Jennie Rhodes

...to severe wind and rain. We ripped our main sail the first night and we kept getting battered with other assorted challenges like the skipper being concerned about running out of fuel due to the extra miles, but thankfully we didn't. What was the

19:12

Local

Three arrested as smuggling boat lands on Torremolinos beach

Álvaro frías / Juan Cano

...drop-off in the Algeciras area before heading to Torremolinos where it ran out of fuel. Investigations are ongoing in an attempt to locate the cargo which is likely to have been dropped into the sea, or passed on to another vessel.

18:15

Opinion

Too cool for fuel

Peter Edgerton

...treat. Having to eat - or 'fuel up' as I like to call it - is, I have to say, usually little more than an inconvenient hindrance to my incessant whirlwind of generally pointless activity. Anyway, we went to one of these trendy burger places because it ... was the first joint we saw and , well, let's face it, fuel is fuel (unless it's sushi in which case it's raw fish and, consequently, an abomination). Now, here's the interesting thing - with remarkable sleight of hand, this earnestly cool

13:42

Local

Marbella fuel station licence case goes to ombudsman

Héctor Barbotta

A fuel sellers' association has called for the Andalusian ombudsman to intervene to force the execution of a sentence that annuls the licences of four petrol stations in Marbella. All four were built with permission granted illegally by the GIL

12:02

National

Strikes threaten airlines' profits amid surge in fuel prices

J. A. BRAVO

Airlines are showing increasing nervousness about the short-term outlook for their businesses as a series of labour disputes threatening to spread across the industry could merge with the negative effect of an increase in the price of oil. So far it

20:33

Local

Speedboat crashes into a full beach in Manilva attempting to avoid police capture

C. MÁRQUEZ / J. CANO

...the driver was taken by surprise in the Strait of Gibraltar as he was heading to a drug-smuggling boat to deliver fuel ahead of its receipt of the contraband. The presence of the two boats was detected midway through the afternoon by the radars of ... and detained him. According to the same sources, the arrested man was resident in La Línea de la Concepción. In the boat which he abandoned on the shore, there were around twenty tanks of fuel.

12:18

Local

Ferry spills 8,000 litres of diesel into Malaga port

IGNACIO LILLO

It may have been a badly closed valve in the fuel tanks on a ferry that caused the spillage of 8,000 litres of fuel into the waters of Malaga's port early on Friday morning last week (15 August). The spillage happened while refuelling was taking ... and not heavier, and potentially more damaging, fuel oil. The quick action meant that the slick was contained on Heredia quay, the inner harbour area of the city's port. The following day skimming machines were used to take the pollutant off the top

16:56

Travel

Where nature rules

Mark Nayler

...perched among rolling greenery at an altitude of over 2,000 metres. Cold cuts of local ham, cured sausages, rustic bread and beer proved ideal fuel for the return-journey - a downhill blur that would have satisfied even the most committed of adrenaline