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11:42

Local

Former Marbella council bosses quizzed over planning vote

Héctor Barbotta marbella

Former councillors and officials at Marbella town hall have been appearing before an investigating judge this week to explain their role in the approval of the town’s master plan (PGOU) in 2009. Public prosecutors have complained that 22 last-minute ... former municipal vice-secretary and the former planning councillor. The ex-mayor cannot be called as she is now a senator and so can only be questioned by Supreme Court judges. Witnesses appearing said the last-minute boundary change was ordered by the

11:52

Local

Estepona town hall corruption inquiry finishes after almost 12 years

Héctor Barbotta ESTEPONA

The news broke in June 2008 when police arrested then-mayor of Estepona, Antonio Barrientos of the PSOE party, other councillors and council workers after a tip off from two other Socialist councillors in November 2006. Since 2006 a judge has

14:55

LifeStyle

The search for best sardines in Malaga

CARMEN ALCARAZ MALAGA

...www.rutadelespeto.es between 26 May and 11 June, which automatically enters them into raffle which offers a three-day romantic holiday as its prize. Professional food critics will also judge the restaurants based on the quality of their barbecues and, of course, the ... flavour of their sardines. The winners of both the public and judges’ vote will also receive prizes.

17:55

National

'Plusvalía' tax should not be charged if a property loses value

NURIA TRIGUERO MALAGA

The Constitutional Court has finally issued its anxiously-awaited ruling about the ‘plusvalía’ tax, applied by all councils in Spain, finding in favour of the taxpayer: it says it is unconstitutional for the tax, based on hypothetical changes in land

14:05

LifeStyle

More time outdoors can prevent myopia in children

PILAR MANZANARES

Sixty years ago, about 20 per cent of the Chinese population suffered from myopia (short-sightedness) but nowadays the figure is more like 80 per cent. In the USA, 42 per cent suffer from myopia, compared with 26 per cent 30 years ago. In southern Eu

15:20

Opinion

Pinch of salt and Sgt Pepper

Peter Edgerton opinion

judge albums on the quality of their songs, Abbey Road is considerably better than Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. If, on the other hand, we are to gauge a record’s merit on its production values and recording techniques well - mm -how can I

15:34

LifeStyle

More than just English homework

RACHEL HAYNES MALAGA

The English Department at the Escuela Oficial de Idiomas (EOI) in Malaga runs an annual short story competition aimed at more advanced students who want to show off their creative writing skills. Writing a short story is a challenge in itself and s

16:06

LifeStyle

Cudeca launches competition to find images for its 2018 charity calendar

Tony Bryant BENALMÁDENA

...been digitally altered will be disqualified from the competition. Judges The photographs must be accompanied by a brief description, stating location and date taken, along with the author’s name, email and telephone number. Participants, who can ... enter a maximum of three photographs, must submit their entries by Monday 31 July. The panel of judges will be formed by a selection of Cudeca personnel and representatives of photographic associations. The result will be communicated to the winners in