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17:05

LifeStyle

29 May 1953: Mount Everest conquered for the first time

Jennie Rhodes

At 11.30am on 29 May 1953 New Zealand mountaineer and explorer Sir Edmund Hillary (1919-2008) and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay (1914-1986) reached the summit of Mount Everest, becoming the first confirmed mountaineers to successfully climb to the top.

12:48

LifeStyle

Local poet shines light on the 'marvels' of Benalmádena

Tony Bryant

Heart, contains more than 100 poems in both Spanish and English and includes odes to Mount Calamorro, La Niña de Benalmádena and the Buddhist stupa. His poetry is based on a variety of subjects, all of which, he explains, were easy to translate into

15:49

Gibraltar

Preparatory works begin on the recreational area at The Mount

Debbie Bartlett

Preparatory works are about to begin for the project to turn The Mount into a green area, resembling the Commonwealth Park but with woodland and in the south of Gibraltar. It will become a recreation area with a research and discovery park, and the ... plans also include an adventure park, padel tennis and an events centre. In the future, the civil wedding registry will be based in the gatehouse at The Mount, so civil marriages will be able to take place there with the reception in the events hall ... which has use of the grounds. The 18th-century Mount estate is 3,350 m2 in size and has an interesting history. It was the home of Major General Sir William Green from 1778. He was responsible for strengthening Gibraltar's fortifications prior to the

14:49

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's Mount is to become a public leisure area

Debbie Bartlett

The Mount, the home of Major General Sir William Green in the 18th century, is to become a leisure area for the public to enjoy, with event and wedding facilities, an adventure park and a Discovery Centre. There has been considerable interest in

10:29

Gibraltar

Extended bus timetable on Mount Alvernia route

Debbie Bartlett

The number 7 bus route has been extended so the last bus from Mount Alvernia residential home now leaves at 7.30pm, following a change to the evening mealtime at the home: this used to be at 5 and is now 5.45pm. The improvement to the bus service

19:04

Sport

Marbella mount an epic comeback to claim a point

M. Delgado (Opta)

Marbella pulled together to put in a heroic performance on their travels to Seville on Sunday. After falling both a goal and a man behind after just half an hour, all indicators pointed towards an easy victory for Real Betis B. However, the lead rela

16:32

LifeStyle

British couple ascend Mount Toubkal in aid of local charity

Tony Bryant

...training in preparation for the fundraising trek up Mount Toubkal, one of North Africa’s highest mountains. They embarked on their six-day trek in August, crossing the remote, desolate landscape surrounding Mount Toubkal, passing through Berber towns and

14:22

Gibraltar

Route 7 added to Bus Tracker application

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

The number seven bus route has now been included on the government's Bus Tracker Webapp, as part of the Sustainable Traffic, Transport and Parking Plan. This route goes to Mount Alvernia, via Europa Road from Orange Bastion on Line Wall. The

13:56

Local

British couple to ascend Mount Toubkal in aid of animal charity

Tony Bryant coín

An energetic British couple is to embark on a fundraising trek up one of North Africa’s highest mountains. Pete and Karen Hayes will attempt the six-day trek through Moroccan villages, finishing with an ascent to the top of Mount Toubkal. The ... couple will endeavour to cross the remote, desolate landscape surrounding Mount Toubkal, passing through Berber towns and villages, culminating in an ascent to reach the highest point of the mountain at more than 4,000 metres. They are undertaking the