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14:02

Local

Nationwide arms trafficking network is brought down

J. C. / Á. F.

Twenty-one people have been arrested and 32 searches carried out across the country as a vast network specialising in trafficking arms was brought down this week. After more than a year tracking the movements of the group, which bought and sold

17:54

Local

Petition launched calling for new cycle lane network in Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

A new petition has been launched by the Acción por el Clima Marbella association, asking Marbella town hall to create a new network of cycle lanes. This comes as a direct result of the council's initiative to ban cyclists from the promenade and

14:28

Local

New network of 'bike streets' announced for Fuengirola

Ivan Gelibter

The mayor of Fuengirola, Ana Mula, has announced a cycling plan that will make bikes a priority on the town’s roads. The plan will establish a network of bicycle-friendly streets, known as 'ciclocalles'. While these will still be open to motorised ... vehicles, bikes and personal vehicles such as electric scooters will be given priority and the speed limit will be 30 km/h. The cycle streets will extend from the town centre and Paseo Marítimo into outlying districts, creating a 25-kilometre network

10:42

Local

International prostitution network brought down in Marbella

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Police in 15 different countries have helped to bring down a criminal organisation, based in Marbella, involved in sexual exploitation, prostitution and money laundering. The operation, which also involved Europol and Eurojust, resulted in the arre

18:24

LifeStyle

More than just recycling plastic

A. SALAZAR / J. RHODES

Cups, straws, cotton buds and other single-use plastics have their days numbered. The European Union and other individual countries are starting to approve laws to ban them because of the harm they are doing to the planet, especially the seas and oce