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10:11

National

Yellow warning issued ahead of more rain this weekend

Spain's meteorological agency, Aemet, has once again issued yellow weather warnings across the Costa del Sol, Axarquía, Guadalhorce and the Antequera areas, for today (Friday) and tomorrow. The warning follows forecasts of further rain and storms in

13:17

Opinion

The carnivore way

ANDREW J. LINN

...being young beef calves slaughtered at a few months' and eaten the same day. Tough is probably a kind description. As Andalusians got richer and more bored with the staple fare of fish and pork, the demand for quality beef has exploded. Fortunately

16:49

Local

The Costa del Sol recycles more than anywhere else in Andalucía

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

Last year, each person in Malaga deposited 15.9 kilos of plastic, tins and cartons in the yellow recycling containers and 18.1 kilos of paper and cardboard in the blue ones, which was two kilos more than in the previous year. These figures, which ... recycle 36 per cent more plastic etc than the Andalusian average, which is 11.7 kilos per inhabitant per year, and 15 per cent more paper and cardboard (12.3 kilos). "Recycling is becoming more normal nowadays, and in Spain 78 per cent of all packaging ... is being recovered," says Antonio López, the Ecoembes representative in Andalucía. He says that as well as people separating their rubbish at home for recycling, more companies are making the effort and so are town halls, which are obliged to provide

13:30

Local

More than 2,000 applicants for 700 jobs in Estepona

Charo Márquez

Some 2,200 people have already applied answered a hotel operator's offer for staff for the launch of its new resort between Estepona and Marbella, due to open in May next year. Ikos Resorts is revamping the old Hotel Princess, which it acquired in

10:17

Local

Brit who killed woman in hit-and-run gets two-year sentence

Álvaro Frías / Juan Cano

...his friend Craig Porter, was travelling at 75km/h in a 40km/h limit, under the influence of cocaine and alcohol. The victim, who was with her husband and their 12-month-old daughter was thrown more than 30 metres after being hit by the Bentley. She

11:44

National

More meat products recalled as officials extend listeriosis alert

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Spanish health officials extended their listeriosis warning on Thursday, recalling all the meat products made by the firm Magrudis, under the brand La Mechá. The recent outbreak of the illness caused by the Listeria bacteria, the worst ever record

14:36

Opinion

No more Parker points

ANDREW J. LINN

...way in which some producers made their wines. His preference for heavy, full-bodied, reds led Parker devotees to abandon more classical styles. A new word found its way into the wine dictionary - 'Parkerisation'. Wineries loved Parker if he gave

14:09

Sport

Femenino let two more points slip as poor start to the season continues

Salva lópez, ADG Media

Malaga's women's team picked up their second point of the season on the road in Alhama on Sunday with a goalless draw in a game of few chances. The visitors had to dig deep to come away with the draw, though could have won the game themselves. Ho

16:27

LifeStyle

A massive attack on plastic pollution

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

Sundays can be spent taking a walk, enjoying the good weather on the beach or doing something different with the family. Or a combination of all those and for a very worthy cause. That's what more than 600 people did at Sacaba beach in Malaga last

11:36

Local

One thousand more physiotherapists are needed in Malaga to meet WHO guidelines

Ángel Escalera

Andalucía there is one for every 10,000.The progressive ageing of the population means waiting lists for physio are longer than everCompared with last year, there are 72 more physios in Andalucía at the moment (14 of them in Malaga province and 20 in ... health centres is minimal. For Csif, "more physiotherapists are needed in hospitals, for home visits and for chronic patients, and the plan to expand the services in many health services should also be taken into account, with tasks such as ... re-educating cardiovascular patients, those with urinary incontinence, alterations in swallowing and neonatology, among other specialities". The need for more physiotherapists in health centres in order to provide better attention to the population has also

15:10

Gibraltar

More artists announced for Gibraltar Calling music festival

Debbie Bartlett

Two more artists have been announced for the Gibraltar Calling Music Festival at the Europa Point Leisure Complex on 7 and 8 September. Those attending can look forward to seeing Killer Queen, the longest-established tribute band to Freddy

13:49

Gibraltar

More resources for Gibraltar police

D.B.

The Royal Gibraltar Police force will be boosted by an additional 50 officers of different ranks over the next three years, to a total of 291, and the government has also commissioned a work stream which will enable 24 officers who are currently enga

14:27

Opinion

Wine waiters in waiting

ANDREW J. LINN

We are witnessing a sommelier boom. They used to be known as wine waiters, but the profession has blossomed into a full-blown status thing, and never have there been more sommeliers working in restaurants, nor such a demand for their services. ... since the film was released. In the USA a top sommelier seldom earns more than 150,000 euros a year. The working hours are not family-friendly, since a sommelier always has to stay until the last customer has ordered their final drink, and promotion ... best-known (but not best) locations, who I see regularly in a local café, has nothing to show for more than two decades of endless hours on his feet except some fine varicose veins - and quite a decent pension one supposes. His knowledge of wine is and always

11:46

National

Junta takes big step towards regularising many more of the 327,000 illegal homes in Andalucía

MARÍA DOLORES TOLOSA

...create more flexible planning categories that the homes can fit in to, even if they are still outside the municipalities' approved town plan. Regional ministers stressed that they need the town halls' and owners' support to make the new decree work. ... normally expires after six years from construction, so as not to fall foul of the court system. The decree offers a range of possibilities for town halls to regularise properties from larger housing developments through to more isolated homes, a ... without legal uncertainty. A further key aim is to allow the property development affected to be properly finished and landscaped and so improve their environmental impact, and plan land and water use more effectively. The key vehicle to achieve these

14:50

LifeStyle

Forty per cent of children in Malaga province weigh more than they should

Ángel Escalera

...approximately 40 per cent of children weigh more than they should, says paediatric endocrinologist Juan Pedro López Siguero, who works at the Materno Infantil Hospital in the city. This specialist says that despite the measures put into effect in recent years ... These children's health can be affected later in life. It has been shown that overweight children are more at risk of suffering illnesses such as Type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, fatty liver, acute myocardial infarction and ... they also have a sedentary lifestyle, they are vulnerable to excess weight or obesity. That is why experts insist they take more exercise in their everyday life instead of spending so many hours in front of the television, video console, tablet or