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13:57

Local

Keys to the lighthouse handed over to Marbella council

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

After years of requests from Marbella council, the president of the Port Authority, Carlos Rubio, handed over the keys of the town's lighthouse and its facilities to the mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, during a ceremony on Wednesday. The project to reclaim

13:24

Local

18-year-old sent to prison after stabbing his stepfather in Mijas

F. TORRES

...emergency services, for both the stabbing itself and the attacker's violent actions. After a stand-off with officers, the alleged attacker handed himself over to the police. When he was escorted to court in Malaga on Monday, officers had to restrain him

14:21

Local

Free masks to be handed out to children in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos town hall has launched an initiative to provide all schoolchildren in the town with masks in a bid to control the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The project was announced by councillor of Citizen Participation, Josefina Serdio,

15:47

Local

Mijas council designates land for a new school in Riviera del Sol

Ivan Gelibter

...a school. The land, in the area known as Cortijo Colorado, will be handed over to the regional government for a nursery and primary school. According to González, the aim is to reduce the number of children (currently almost 700) who have to

13:39

Local

Nerja Holy Week brotherhood donates money to help Covid-19 crisis

Eugenio Cabezas

Nerja's Nazareno Holy Week brotherhood (cofradía), which would normally process through the town's streets on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, has donated 3,000 euros to the local branch of the Catholic charity Cáritas, to buy food for vulnerable fam

13:42

Local

Estepona hit-and-run cyclist killer hands himself in

juan cano

A Dutch national handed himself in to police last Friday in connection with the hit-and-run killing of cyclist Mario Zumaquero in Estepona five days earlier. The alleged perpetrator is being investigated for the crime of negligent homicide with a

11:00

Local

Hunter sentenced for shutting sick dog in a van

FERNANDO TORRES

...treatment. The judge handed down a 12-month prison sentence and a ban on working with animals. In addition he was required to pay 600 euros to the Ladram animal shelter charity that had rescued the dog before it later died.

16:03

Local

Gran Recogida foodbank campaign breaks own record

CLAUDIA SAN MARTÍN

...was the busiest day. In total 643,700 kilos of produce were handed in by shoppers and placed in the large white boxes at checkout. This was a new record for organisers, the Bancosol foodbank, which supplies 194 charities and organisations working

12:53

National

Catalan secessionists cleared of rebellion charges but lengthy sentences dished out for sedition

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / MATEO BALÍN

The Spanish Supreme Court has handed out custodial sentences to nine of the twelve Catalan independence leaders on trial for their role in the illegal October 2017 referendum. Those given prison time have also been barred from holding public office ... for the same length of time. The longest sentence, 13 years for sedition and embezzlement, was handed to former Catalan vice-president Oriol Junqueras, whom the verdict named the "recognised leader" of the independence drive. Former Catalan ministers ... Raül Romeva, Jordi Turull and Dolors Bassa were convicted of the same charges and handed 12-year sentences. Former president of the Catalan parliament Carme Forcadell was given a sentence of 11 years and six months; ex-ministers Joaquim Forn and

14:59

Opinion

Jailhouse rock

Peter Edgerton

...engage him in a profound and meaningful conversation about moral responsibility which brought tears to our eyes and ended in an emotional embrace as he handed me back the cable. Only kidding; what really happened was that he took the cable back to his ... hardy criminals stood around the room and sang a tune they'd composed together over the previous weeks. It sounded stunning. As we said our goodbyes, the man with the spider tattoo handed me his keyboard cable, winked conspiratorially and growled

11:30

Local

Free Christmas Eve meals given out to those in need

FERNANDO TORRES

It has become a normal sight in the city on Christmas Eve: people queuing to receive food from Ángeles Malagueños de la Noche volunteers, so that no family need go without on this important occasion. Antonio Meléndez, the president of the association

13:08

Local

Guardia Civil officer caught red-handed poaching deer

F. JIMÉNEZ.

...alongside the train line in Fuente de Piedra. Sources said the man was caught red handed as he was hunting deer in the middle of closed season. The accused is a high-ranking Guardia Civil officer and works as part of an autonomous organisation which

17:58

Local

Armed men who robbed a post office in Mollina are detained

FERNANDO TORRES

Two men, one Czech, 32, and the other British, 33, accused of holding up a post office in Mollina on 20 March armed with knives, have been remanded in custody pending trial. Staff handed over 27,000 euros in cash and stamps to the men who fled

12:35

Gibraltar

Lee Spencer, 'The Rowing Marine', sets off on an epic challenge

Debbie Bartlett

Lee Spencer, known as 'The Rowing Marine', is back in Gibraltar to prepare for his latest challenge. On Wednesday 12 December this former Royal Marine plans to set off from the Rock and row 3,800 nautical miles, solo and unsupported, to South America

16:23

Local

Marbella receives 12 million euros from the sale of more of convicted Juan Antonio Roca's assets

Héctor Barbotta

Ever since Marbella's corrupt former town-planning chief was handed his prison sentence, the local town hall had only been able to recover nine million euros of the 60 million embezzled by Juan Antonio Roca. However, last week, that figure went up ... by 12 million euros when a judge handed the mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, a cheque. Roca's hunting trophies OK to sell, says court A court has said that the sale of 98 stuffed animals acquired by Juan Antonio Roca as hunting trophies can be ... a bit less than expected. It's the first time since the infamous Operation Malaya, a corruption scandal centred on the town hall, broke some 12 years ago that such a large amount has been handed back at once. Of the 300 million euros extra in