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19:23

Local

Spain goes to the polls this Sunday with the right more divided than ever

Rachel Haynes

Spain’s politicians are about to wind up the general election campaign, leaving Spanish voters free to decide on Sunday the palette of the new Congreso, which looks set to be more colourful than ever. The four main party leaders with hopes to ... Tuesday, attracted an audience of 9.5 million spectators. Round one on Monday night was a more decorous affair when the four discussed issues such as economy, social policy and the ever-present Catalonia, each defending his own ground without veering too ... the fight for the leadership of the country, these elections are also about a fight for the leadership of the right wing. In the last opinion poll Ciudadanos and the Partido Popular came out very close, giving Cs the hope of Albert Rivera having more

12:30

Local

Torremolinos branch of Royal British Legion in danger of closure

TONY BRYANT

The Torremolinos branch of the Royal British Legion (RBL) has made an urgent appeal for help in order to save the club from closing next month. The branch, which has been running for more than 30 years and was one of the first on the Costa del Sol, ... meeting. Mary LeCorney has been the branch's chairperson for more than 20 years and she is now hoping to step down if a replacement can be found. Mary, who holds a Life Membership - one of the RBL's most prestigious credits, is also currently acting ... district secretary, a position she had retired from several years ago. "I am now 83 years old and would like to retire from office. I am a Life Member of the RBL and would hate to see it disappear, but if we don't find a new venue and attract more

11:17

National

Girlfriend of British man who died in Magaluf balcony fall speaks out

SUR

...waist height for most and a height waiting for accidents." She says that Freddie walked out onto the balcony after a night out and fell. The message criticises holiday accommodation owners for not doing more. "They know their guests will be getting

20:09

Local

Cabopino shooting horror as one man is killed at point-blank range in latest attack on Costa

A. F. / J. C. / C. M.

...through Calahonda to the AP-7 toll road, where it crashed through the barrier. It was later found burning on a mountain road near Mijas Pueblo. Police unions have called for more officers on the beat to fight crime on the Costa Dutch hitman sought This ... for more resources and more officers on the beat to fight crime on the Costa. They say that the larger towns along the coast, such as Marbella and Estepona, have grown in size and need reinforcements. Experts say that the area attracts drug gangs

14:27

Local

Junta to cap GPs' daily appointments to give more time with patients

SUR

...health centres in Andalucía had announced for May as he himself wanted, "more time per appointment, getting to ten minutes [with each patient]", although he admitted that the new action plan is only forecasting seven minutes. The regional minister went ... on to say that the new plan meets many of healthcare staff's other demands and hoped it was enough to halt their planned action in May. He asked for more time for the new Junta de Andalucía government to take action. The new primary-healthcare ... limited to 30 a day, up to half the current amount. Primary care would also be given a higher share of total healthcare budgets and linked more closely to social services, so more people could be taken care of at home.

10:41

Local

More than 40,000 foreigners in Malaga province are on the electoral roll for the council elections

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...between the INE and the town hall shows no administrative 'footprint' in the past three years. This applies in quite a few cases, and as a result the Electoral Census Office in Malaga has received 39,636 new applications to register. More interest ... "Europeans tend to be more active when it comes to voting," said Antonio Requena, the OCE's delegate in the province. He says it is positive that "around 50 per cent of foreign residents with the right to vote have asked to be registered, and it seems people ... are more interested in participating nowadays". These figures make Malaga the third Spanish province with the highest number of non-Spanish EU residents registered for the council elections, behind Alicante (60,144) and Madrid (54,975). Malaga is

12:36

LifeStyle

23 August 1991: The world's first public website goes live

LUCY NEWBY

...important and significant inventions of our society, enabling everyday citizens to connect with the rest of the world, share data and find information at the drop of a hat. A 2017 survey by Nominalia found that more than 31 million people in Spain connect ... daily to the internet, with 40 per cent spending more than three hours on it each day and 14 per cent spending more than five hours a day online. According to data carried out by the AIMC (Association for the Investigation of Social Media), 45 per cent ... envisioning his tiny web page being the start of the internet we know today, and the first of more than 130 trillion individual web pages that are now in existence.

14:30

Sport

Walking footballers raise 2,300 euros for local MND sufferer

SUR IN ENGLISH

Hosts Smiles, Viñuela and three teams from Walking Football Spain (Benalmádena, Benahavís and Elviria) all took part in a fundraising tournament at the Retamar sports complex in Benalmádena last week to help local resident Della Adern with home conve

11:57

LifeStyle

More than 200 entries in Miraflores Open

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The Miraflores Open, the biggest lawn bowls event of its kind on the Costa del Sol, brought together 200 participants. The triples competition was won by Mike and Mary Detheridge and Malcolm Greenwood, while the doubles champions were Alan Gateshi