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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 M

19:13

Local

Vélez-Málaga's pines protected from caterpillar invasion

Agustín Peláez

Vélez-Málaga town hall has started treating areas with high numbers of pine trees against processionary caterpillars, which attack the trees and can seriously endanger dogs' lives and pose a potential threat to humans. Areas include Vélez-Málaga fo

16:41

LifeStyle

Wartime drama starring Colin Firth set to film on Costa next March

F. GRIÑÁN / N. HESKETH

...title of the World War II drama is Operation Mincement. The script centres on the true story of a plot to fool Nazis into believing that the Allied invasion of southern Europe in 1943 wouldn't come via Sicily but from Greece instead. As part of an

16:34

Local

Crisis in Costa fishing fleet as Asian seaweed invasion spreads

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

"We can't work; if it carries on like this we won't be able to eat," explains a Costa fisherman who can't leave port as all he is catching is a dense green seaweed. For months, boats using smaller nets in shallower water off Estepona and Marbella hav

19:21

LifeStyle

Art show in Marbella aims to raise awareness of excessive plastic use

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Cortijo Miraflores Cultural Centre which is looking to reawaken awareness about the abusive use of plastics and its invasion of the sea. EXHIBITION Dates. Until 31 August. Place. Cortijo Miraflores Cultural Centre (Calle San Pedro Alcántara, 10).

17:30

Local

Jellyfish invasion forces Costa beaches to close

B. GUTIÉRREZ / R. APARICIO

The east wind, known as the 'Levante', has been pushing a plague of jellyfish back on to the Costa del Sol this week, after similar incidents earlier his summer. On Wednesday much of the eastern Costa along the Axarquía was affected, with yellow f

14:40

Local

Hen invasion in La Paloma park

alberto gómez

La Paloma park in Benalmádena, one of the biggest "green lungs" among the concrete of the Costa del Sol, has become overrun with hundreds of cockerels and hens. The scene may seem amusing at first, but the situation has caused a number of problems

14:07

LifeStyle

15 February 2003: The day that Spain said 'no' to war on Iraq

GEORGIE KENNY

...ever seen. While figures are not exact, it is estimated that 700 cities worldwide hosted demonstrations against Bush's invasion of Iraq. Some of the biggest protests took place in Europe. In Rome it is estimated that 2.5 million people were involved, ... Britain and Spain were all pushing for a second resolution from the United Nations Security Council. This, if approved, would have legitimised the invasion of Iraq. On 5 February 2003, Colin Powell, then the US secretary of state, made his notorious ... demonstration of 15 February. At the time of the protest citizens were of the opinion that a demonstration of this size could stop the invasion of Iraq. Years on, it became obvious that this would have been highly unlikely, but the impact the protests had

17:25

Local

Costa del Sol beaches packed this weekend despite jellyfish invasion

c. m. / e. c.

The Costa del Sol’s first weekend of real summer weather coincided with the arrival of an enormous swarm of jellyfish. Thousands of Pelagia Noctiluca washed up onto beaches along the Costa del Sol, from Nerja all the way to Benalmádena. Town counci

12:26

Local

Bird invasion in La Paloma park also threatening nearby areas

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

La Paloma park in Benalmádena, one of the biggest “green lungs” among the concrete of the Costa del Sol, has become overrun with hundreds of cockerels and hens. The scene may seem amusing at first, but the situation has caused a number of problems: