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16:01

Local

Malaga-Tangier-Canada freight service exceeds expectations

Ignacio LILLO

The maritime freight service between Malaga Port, Tangier and Canada has "exceeded expectations" with around ten per cent more business than initially forecast by the German company Hapag-Lloyd, which runs the service. One reason is that the

15:38

National

Global climate strike announced amid COP25 "failings"

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Greta Thunberg has accused the world's rich countries of failing to live up to their climate pledges at the COP25 conference. She accused the politicians at the summit of "negotiating loopholes and avoiding more ambitious targets". Meanwhile,

10:55

Local

Marbella toddler who fell six floors goes home after just three days in hospital

Nieves Castro

...floors to the pavement below where he was found conscious and with no more than a few scratches. Washing hung out on the fifth floor cushioned the fall of the toddler who then bounced off a small roof, before landing outside the front door of the block ... first aid. Álvaro was later transferred to the Costa del Sol hospital where he remained in observation until Tuesday. Jorge said that Álvaro must have climbed onto a chest of drawers next to the window before he fell more than 20 metres. Miracle

14:45

Local

Ruling clears way for more Sunday opening

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A court has overturned a regional government restriction on larger shops and shopping centres in Malaga city opening on Sunday and public holidays. Malaga is officially classified as an area with a high concentration of tourism, meaning shops can ope

20:28

National

Spain at growing risk of extreme weather

ÁLVARO SOTO.

Spain is now the 38th most vulnerable country to climate change, according NGO Germanwatch. Speaking at the COP25 on Wednesday, Germanwatch researcher Laura Schafer said "Extreme heatwaves are between 10 and 100 times more likely in Europe than a ... century ago". Both heatwaves and storms will become more frequent in Spain as climate change progresses.

10:43

Local

DNA tests show bones found during search are not Dana's

E. C. / A. F.

Forensic tests have shown that bones found during last Saturday's search for Dana Leonte's body do not belong to the missing Romanian woman. More than 300 people participated in the search in the mountains around Arenas, Sedella and Salaraes,

10:32

Local

Hundreds attend Costa expat lifestyle show

Tony Bryant

...shows, yoga demonstrations and free health tests. One of the most popular stands was the Diabetic Support Group, which offered free testing to more than 300 people. Organiser Des Duggan said, "Such was the interest in the event that we are seriously

10:38

Local

More than 4,000 protesters "give voices to murdered women" in Malaga march

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN / IVÁN GELIBTER

The first woman to be officially counted as a fatal victim of domestic or gender violence, after the statistic was introduced in 2003, was Yaneth Vargas. Her partner killed her in Fuengirola on 7 January 2003. Since then more than a thousand women ... have increased the cold statistic behind which are more than a thousand stories. The most recent is a 26 year old who was murdered on Monday in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. We don't know her name yet, but she is already number 1,028. "Just the night before

13:27

Local

More stars for Malaga restaurants in the 2020 Michelin Guide

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

A year ago, Dani García made history in Lisbon by becoming the first chef from Malaga to be awarded three Michelin stars. Now, with the latest edition of this gastronomy guide, Malaga is once again in the news, because for the first time two restaura