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16:42

Local

Towns on the western Costa del Sol increase recycling tally

Charo MÁRQUEZ

20.65 kilos per resident per year, while the Andalusian average is 11.2 kilos per inhabitant. Plastic and packaging collection went up by 7% in 2018, with nearly 11 tonnes - an average of 22.7 kilos per inhabitant while the regional average is 10.6 ... kilos. Glass recycling was up by 5.5% last year on the western Costa, with 12,300 tonnes, an average of 26.4 kilos per person, also more than twice the regional average.

13:31

Local

Gran Recogida foodbank collection exceeds goals

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

This year the Gran Recogida foodbank campaign collected 602,500 kilos of food for Malaga's most needy. With 343 supermarkets and shopping centres all over the province supporting the cause, the collection for local foodbank Bancosol surpassed its ... initial goal of 600,000 kilos. The first day of the campaign, last Friday, saw 213,500 kilos collected. However, on Saturday this amount was doubled taking this year's total 52,500 kilos ahead of the result of the 2017 campaign. Silvia Valenzuela and

20:12

Local

Cocaine seized in Malaga would have had a street value of more than a billion euros

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...investigation that goes by the name of 'Operación Bananero' (or Operation Banana Man). The more than 6,000 kilos of cocaine discovered by police in a unit on the Santa Teresa industrial estate in Malaga on Tuesday is the second largest haul to have been seized ... on land in this country so far, after the 8,740 kilos apprehended in Algeciras port in April. Charities benefit from the bananas used to hide the drugs As in the case of the haul in Algeciras, the drugs found on Tuesday had been hidden among a

14:06

Local

The Gran Recogida foodbank drive goes virtual due to the pandemic

SUR

Recogida is lasting for a week from 16 to 22 November. The aim is to raise 700,000 euros to buy 1,200,000 kilos of food, especially vegetable oil, pulses, tinned food and milk, which are the items most needed. Last year people in Malaga province donated ... more than 600,000 kilos of foods for the Gran Recogida, but now that more people are suffering financial problems as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, a lot more food is needed. Bancosol says the situation is critical. "Every single person we help ... has a name. We are not going to look away. We have to keep fighting to make sure that these families can at least meet their basic food needs," says Vázquez. So far this year the food banks in the province have given out more than 5,500,000 kilos of

16:49

Local

Dog found in bag of rubble in Malaga now seeking new permanent home

IGNACIO LILLO

...over a year old and about 40 kilos of nobility and kindness. Back to good health Since he left the vets, where they managed to bring him back to health and stabilise him through the use of transfusions, medication and special food, he has been

14:58

Local

Guardia Civil attacked twice by drug traffickers in Estepona

FERNANDO TORRES / JUAN CANO

Thursday last week, a chase on a beach in the resort saw six presumed drug traffickers held, over 600 kilos of hashish seized and two Guardia Civil officers wounded. Officers had been in pursuit of one of the banned semi-rigid speed boats used in ... last weekend, four people were held after a vehicle was rammed after trying to stop hashish being offloaded on Playa de Guadalbón, wounding two Guardia Civil officers. Weapons, 500 kilos of hashish and a high-performance off-road vehicle that had been

18:05

Local

The 'true' angels of Christmas Eve

JON SEDANO

Meléndez, the president of the Ángeles Malagueños association. The 50,000 kilos of foodstuffs were all donated by people in Malaga. “Those that have the least are usually those that give the most,” said one of the volunteers for the association who