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11:17

National

Girlfriend of British man who died in Magaluf balcony fall speaks out

SUR

Freddie Pring on the low height of balcony railings in Spain. Balconying is the practice of jumping either between balconies or from balconies into pools that has caused the death of several foreign tourists in recent years. The message, published by ... Mia Smith was titled, "Retweet to save a life", and said that "Freddie wasn't the first and likely won't be the last to die from a balcony fall abroad." It continues that "in Spain the legal minimum height for balconies is 3ft 7in [1.09 metres], approx ... waist height for most and a height waiting for accidents." She says that Freddie walked out onto the balcony after a night out and fell. The message criticises holiday accommodation owners for not doing more. "They know their guests will be getting

14:16

Local

An end in sight to second runway's TV obstacle at Malaga airport

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

Canal Sur, the TV arm of the Andalusian broadcaster RTVA, is going to have to lower the height of the communications mast at its Malaga studio so that the airport’s second runway can become fully operational. Since the runway was opened in the ... summer of 2012, only the northern end has been used for takeoffs and landings because the height of various structures the other side of the N-340 highway could make the approach or departure difficult from the southern end. Nearly two million ... passengers used Malaga airport in May Birds pose another problem for the second runway The height of structures at one end of the second runway is not the only problem faced by the Civil Aviation authority in Malaga. The airport is close to the mouth

16:58

Local

Christmas lights start to go up in Marbella and San Pedro

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

'cathedral' 12 metres in height. The decorations in San Pedro will be similar to those seen last year in Malaga's Calle Larios, while Marbella's tree will be accompanied by matching Christmas decorations along the Avenida del Mar.

13:45

Local

Malaga jobless total rose 6,000 last month

N. TRIGUERO.

143,896 in the area. On a national level, there were 97,948 registered unemployed, an increase in October not seen since 2012 at the height of the recession. Experts said labour-market growth is slowing down.

17:31

LifeStyle

The long (and wobbly) story of gelatine

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...and, in the end, fell out of love with it through overuse. But you must understand, dear readers, that before all this occurred gelatine was not only the height of sophistication but also demonstrated the status of a host through the food they

13:00

Local

Swimming the height of Everest for Cudeca

Jennie Rhodes

...swim 354 lengths of Cómpeta's 25-metre pool. The combined swim length of 17,696 metres is the equivalent of the height of Mount Everest or 8.5 times the height of La Maroma, Malaga province's highest peak. The Challenge team is open to swimmers of

18:55

Local

Snowfall hits Malaga mountains during the height of spring

I. Lillo / E. Cabezas / M. Pérez

It may be the middle of spring but many of the higher peaks across Malaga province were covered in snow early on Saturday morning. On Marbella’s iconic La Concha mountain, at just 1,215 metres, snow was able to settle, creating a particularly pictu

15:00

Local

The end of the flamenco invasion

Antonio Javier López

We gathered just before 9am at the junction of Calle Molino Lario and Calle Santa María, where metal scaffolding was being erected to the height of the dark-haired woman in a red flamenco dress, a mosaic which has become the most emblematic work in

16:20

Opinion

The bubble deflates

Pilar Martínez

We've reached the point where we can stop using the word 'record' in every headline. The minus sign has appeared in front of the most important tourism statistics on the Costa del Sol at the height of summer, after three consecutive years of