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11:28

Local

Shaken Genal Valley residents start to look to the future

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...fire didn't even reach us here," he says. His counterpart in Faraján, Fernando Fernández, says the councils in the area are still waiting for a meeting to be called, to find out how many hectares have been affected and how much the financial losses ... so much to offer," they say.

17:59

National

Watch a spectacular fireball streak across the night sky of Andalucía

EUROPA PRESS

A spectacular fireball, produced by a rock detached from an asteroid, crossed the sky of the south of Spain on Wednesday night (15 September), with a luminosity equivalent to a full moon that allowed it to be seen from more than 600 kilometres away.

12:32

LifeStyle

A cooler alternative in Portugal

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Andalucía's, though more pleasant with much cooler temperatures. On the road Entering Portugal was actually unnoticeable. If you miss a humble Portugal sign along a quite road, you will only realise later, thanks to other signs and posters written in ... euros. A quite airy restaurant welcomes everyone who wants to try their local dishes. There are much more people in winter when its Vodafone Ski Resort opens. Incidentally, the ski resort got such a name in 2005, when the British mobile telecommunications ... baker comes and offers his bread, buns and different sweets filled with typical cream for sale. For example, two croissants with egg cream cost 1.20 euros. There is also a bread museum in a neighbouring village as well. People are much calmer and they

10:54

National

The rain returns to Andalucía as autumn approaches

ISABEL MÉNDEZ

...temperatures will rise in the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga. In the rest of the provinces there will be little change and variable winds are expected. The situation will be similar to that forecast in much of Spain, where an Atlantic front will cause ... instability on Monday in much of the north and east of the mainland, as well as in the Balearic Islands, according to the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), which also predicts that some of the rainfall could be strong and persistent in Catalonia. Rain

19:27

LifeStyle

How much is genetic?

YOLANDA VEIGA

...the same applies if your parents are very short, have a high IQ or if your father loses his hair before he is 30. "In terms of character it is more difficult to determine how much is inherited and how much is learned, but the basic personality ... there is no reason for them to resemble each other much because they only share 50 per cent of their genome," says Dr Tellería. Even the way we walk! Every physical aspect can be inherited, and this includes even more than people imagine. The amount ... certainly grow taller, and this height difference will be not so much due to genes as to environmental factors, in this case better nutrition. In Spain we do not have these differences, so if a child is short it is because his or her parents are as well,"

12:38

Local

Site approved for new 'much-needed' new court complex in Marbella

joaquina dueñas

A council meeting this week gave final approval for 13,000 square metres of land at La Torrecilla to be ceded to the Junta de Andalucía for the construction of a new court complex which will handle cases from Marbella, Ojén, Istán and Benahavís. An

18:24

Local

The Sierra Bermeja fire will increase the risk of flooding on the Costa del Sol, warns expert

EUROPA PRESS

...although the recovery of the forest mass is relatively fast in Mediterranean species, the regeneration of the soils is a much slower process, taking several dozen years", he says. And he warns about the consequent risk of flooding. The Sierra Bermeja, ... litrs will generate runoff. As a result, the frequency and severity of flooding will be much higher. And the risks will only begin to fade when the forest and the soils recover,” Gallegos says. For the municipalities of Estepona, Jubrique and