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10:04

Travel

Mallorca

ANDREW FORBES

The Romans referred to this, the largest island of the Balearic archipelago, as 'Balearis Major' (and its smaller sister as 'Balearis Minor'). So for the Brits, this favourite holiday destination is Majorca (and its sister Minorca). But please bear w

13:57

What to do

The Andalusian landscapes of Eugenio Chicano

Antonio Javier López

The exhibition by Malaga artist Eugenio Chicano consists of 32 canvases created over the last five years. INFORMATION When. Until 5 February, Tues -Sun 10am-2pm and 5pm-8pm. Where. Salas La Coracha in the Museo del Patrimonio Municipal, Paseo de

10:30

National

The remarkable geology of Accitania

Javier almellones travel

...with soft mineral materials such as clay and lime. As a result, there are few fertile areas and the torrential rain has gradually carved out ravines and ditches over thousands of years, revealing colours which range from ochre to green and grey. ... can not only enjoy the curative waters of the spa but also the views of the unusual landscape. The green and leafy irrigation ditches provide a relaxing soundtrack as you contemplate the lovely views over the desert environment of the old Accitania.

10:31

National

Electricity bills shoot up 30 per cent in a year as market costs rise

JOSÉ M. CAMARERO

...average cost throughout January will be almost 70 euros, the highest since September 2008. The cost of the power only makes up a third of a final household electricity bill as fixed costs such as distribution and marketing and green levies make up the ... per cent since December alone. The sudden increase is being blamed on the weather. With little rain and few storms, hydroelectric and wind generation is operating well below capacity. So-called green energy has made up only 30 percent of the supply

14:52

LifeStyle

Snow on the Mountain

Denise Bush GARDENING

...or red 'zig-zag' stems and depending on the species, can be all green or mottled with white, pink or red. Common names include Snow on the Mountain, Snow bush and Ice-cream bush. The genus is a member of the Euphorbiaceae (spurge) family, although

16:41

Local

Marbella Rugby Club faces uncertain future due to disputed tax debt

Héctor Barbotta

...from being considered a green area in 1986 to a sporting area in 2010, its value had increased significantly from 90,000 euros to 4.2 million euros. The club was not made aware of this process, nor the subsequent IBI invoice, which totals 112,000 euros.

19:17

Local

The English Cemetery welcomes the British Ambassador

Daryl Finch

...retaining 'green' wall will be built. Construction on this wall is due to start in two months time after it was given the green light by Malaga city hall who granted funds for the project. As the cemetery is classified as an Asset of Cultural Interest

13:35

LifeStyle

Silver Loosestrife

Denise Bush Gardening

Maximum height is a metre by about half a metre wide and in windy areas it may need staking. It has attractive grey-green foliage; the leaves are long and narrow and can grow to about 15cm long by 2cm wide. The pretty spikes of white flowers with pink

15:07

Local

Plan finally approved to conserve area around La Duquesa castle

LEANDRO PAVÓN Manilva

Local councillors in Manilva have given their approval to a plan to protect and enhance the coastal fort known as 'El Castillo de La Duquesa' and the area around it. The land surrounding the eighteenth-century building was given 'asset of cultural