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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

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

16:29

Local

A local lad with a career in space

MATÍAS STUBER

...malaga. Many children dream of what they want to be when they grow up, but it never progresses beyond a dream. Being an astronaut, of course, is one of the favourites, but no more than 700 people have ever travelled into space and returned to tell ... Novespace, under the supervision of the ESA.SUR At the same time as his research, he is also working on his doctoral thesis, which he will be presenting in March. It is based on an even more ambitious project: the ExoMars 2020 mission. If all goes according ... find out more about the habitability of the red planet. The work, he admits, has not been easy. "The 'Habit' is part of the ExoMars 2020 project, a mission which is being carried out jointly by the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Russian Federal

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

19:17

LifeStyle

Sun protection is key in protecting bald heads from skin cancer this summer

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...adverts for sun creams. We are more conscious than ever that both children and adults should not be excessively exposed to the sun. Society is aware of the risks the sun brings and of the need to protect ourselves. However, we forget that one of the ... develop into squamous cell carcinoma, the second most common cutaneous tumour. Each year, more than 17,000 cases are diagnosed, a figure much higher than the 4,000 cases of melanoma. Doctor Ana Márquez, at Hospiten Estepona, describes the symptoms of ... on the beach, forgetting that we are exposed to the sun on a daily basis. This is even more the case for people in certain professions, such as builders, gardeners, fishermen and athletes who spend their days outdoors. However, people who have hair

12:05

Local

New bridge onto Mijas road in Las Lagunas improves access for locals

IVÁN GELIBTER

...north of Lidl. It helps locals in the El Lagarejo and El Coto developments reach the A-7 and AP-7 more easily. Planners also expect it will relieve some congestion at the busy so-called Ford roundabout and Avenida de Mijas area, the next junction on

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

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.

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

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