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15:54

LifeStyle

Age Concern responds to rallying call

Tony Bryant

Phrases like "we are all in this together" have now become a rallying call for many charities and support organisations along the coast. Age Concern Fuengirola, Mijas and Benalmádena is one charity that is responding to this call every week, working ... alongside town halls in its area to provide food and supplies to those most in need. As part of its current fundraising drive, the charity has donated a total of 500 euros worth of non-perishable goods to the Fuengirola Food Bank and Adintre, a

16:28

Local

Bioparc's Asmara, the oldest tigress in Europe, has died

Ivan Gelibter

Asmara, a Sumatran tiger that has lived in Fuengirola Bioparc since it opened in mid-2001, has died at the age of 19. She was the longest living tigress in the European conservation programme and the third oldest in the international Sumatran

15:22

Local

Torremolinos Cercanías station works force closure of platform

Tony Bryant

After nine months of extensive infrastructure work, the Torremolinos Cercanías station has entered phase two of its renovation project. In order to progress with the work, platform two has now been closed, so passengers for Malaga and Fuengirola ... cost 7.5 million euros. Torremolinos is one of the few stations on the Malaga-Fuengirola line that fails to comply with accessibility standards in Andalucía.

02:14

Local

The Finnish exodus from Fuengirola

Ivan Gelibter

Fuengirola is one of the Spanish towns with the most nationalities among its residents, but in Los Pacos you only hear Spanish (and not much) or Finnish spoken. This district is home to the biggest expat community of Finns in the world, even taking ... context isn't the same. "I don't think any Finnish person would have ignored the rules, but I imagine they just believed they would be happier in their houses in Finland than staying here in Fuengirola." Rea agrees with that. She is a regular client ... because they are only doing deliveries. She is only expecting to be in Fuengirola for a couple of years, so decided to stay despite the restrictions. Fuengirola is one of the most cosmopolitan places in Malaga province.Ñito Salas "In Finland you can't

15:20

Local

Cowboy hat gives away alleged card thief in Fuengirola

FERNANDO TORRES / áLVARO fRÍAS

Police in Fuengirola were able to track down a man who allegedly stole various items, including tools and a wallet, from a building site because of his distinctive cowboy hat. Police tracked the use of stolen credit cards and were able to find the

12:39

LifeStyle

Making a mark at the World Gin Awards

Tony Bryant

...distillation, mixology, marketing and distribution. Chris and Carolina began to explore the craft gin business in 2016. The couple, both long-time residents on the Costa del Sol, began by making different types of gin in their home in Fuengirola. After ... Fuengirola.

14:28

Local

New network of 'bike streets' announced for Fuengirola

Ivan Gelibter

The mayor of Fuengirola, Ana Mula, has announced a cycling plan that will make bikes a priority on the town’s roads. The plan will establish a network of bicycle-friendly streets, known as 'ciclocalles'. While these will still be open to motorised

13:38

Local

Man injured in fall while escaping stabbing in Fuengirola

A. FRÍAS / J. CANO

Police in Fuengirola attended a complicated emergency last Saturday morning. One man was seriously injured after falling from a second-floor flat trying to escape a stabbing by a person known to him. Police later found the 40-year-old alleged

15:51

LifeStyle

Local Cubs and Beavers go camping at home

Rachel Haynes

When the coronavirus lockdown stopped everyone in their tracks, the 1st Fuengirola Scout Group had to rethink its agenda. Not only did meetings get moved online, they also faced the disappointment of missing the camp planned last weekend at the