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11:04

Local

Fuengirola studies opening Torreblanca remains to the public

IVAN GELIBTER

The mayor of Fuengirola, Ana Mula, has said the council is studying the possibility of opening the Roman remains known as the Termas de Torreblanca to the general public. An archaeological study to determine more precisely the period to which the

18:20

Local

New reversible lane reduces PTA access by more than 10 minutes

Ignacio LILLO

more than ten minutes faster than usual, with some even shaving 20 minutes off their usual journey time. Sources from the regional and local government said that they were delighted with the early results. City councillor for Mobility, Elvira Maeso,

19:42

LifeStyle

"We go to bed with someone as if we were about to sit an exam"

Ángel Escalera

...of leisure activity or personal growth. Fertility and reproduction. Ought there to be more to it than that? We reproduce because it gives us pleasure to do so. There are about 100 primitive places remaining in the world where coitus is not ... days, they dream of being loved. And men? Would it be wrong to say it is more simple for them? Men also dream of being loved, but in our culture they tend to hide their emotions more. But they function better if they have a stable type of ... of young people for who Emmanuelle was much more than just a French name. Putting an end to eroticism is very difficult. What is certain is that the ease of accessing pornography is bringing a lot of problems. Young people nowadays are not

13:23

Sport

Swimmers make a splash in San Pedro

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More than 250 swimmers from across the region participated in the eighth San Pedro swimming race, with both start and finish line on La Salida beach. Family and friends cheered on from the sands, as competitors, including paratriathlete and

13:40

LifeStyle

New technologies in cosmetic medicine are producing more natural results

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...conference, she spoke about the important advances which have been achieved in cosmetic medicine and said that the combination of technologies now available offers a more global perspective and produces optimum results which are more natural-looking. "The ... Costa del Sol has become lawless with people setting up with false qualifications" The greater effectiveness and safety of the treatments now used in cosmetic medicine have meant that after the therapies have been applied patients look more natural. ... good-looking people. Dr Moreno Pentinel also said that health and youth are two terms which are closely linked to beauty, a nd that something which is pleasant to look at also has moral connotations. To explain the concept more clearly, she referred to

14:11

National

Illnesses resulting from traffic pollution cost Spain more than 3.6 billion euros a year

EUROPA PRESS

Spain spends more than 3.6 billion euros a year treating illnesses related to air pollution from traffic. This is the second highest amount in Europe (Germany spends 13.38 billion), according to a report carried out by the European Public Health ... Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Spain. In total, atmospheric contamination caused by traffic is resulting in EU countries spending more than 72 billion euros a year in health costs, of which 52.86 billion are subsidised by the

13:48

Sport

Big ambitions for the future of the Andalucía Masters

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The success of the latest edition of Andalucía Valderrama Masters has given its organisers a taste for even more. They are now considering knocking at the door of the American Tour in a bid to attract better players. This is an ambitious

11:32

National

King calls for a more united continent as EU's annual Europe Day is celebrated

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Charles V European Award, given for contributions to European cultural integration and unification. Charles V was the Spanish monarch who also ruled over a big part of Europe in the sixteenth century. In his speech, the King called for "a more united, ... stronger and more determined Europe, and also more effective at meeting the ambitions and hopes of its citizens." "All of us help to build Europe, day by day," he said. "We are still committed, and will continue committed in the future, to achieving a

10:32

Local

Forensics team asks for more information in Julen investigation

Á. FRÍAS / J. CANO

Forensics experts have asked investigators who are looking into the case of two-year-old Julen, who died after falling into a borehole in Totalán in January, for more information about the hole and the rescue operation. Their aim is to ascertain how

11:25

Local

Low noise fireworks for Algarrobo feria

E. C.

Algarrobo town hall has announced that it will be using low-noise fireworks during its annual fair, which starts on 1 August. It aims to be more pet and young-child friendly. There will also be quiet times at the fun fair: Thursday 1 August