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10:47

Local

El Trapiche clean-up continues after burst water pipe spills ten million litres of water in 30 minutes

Eugenio Cabezas

Residents of the small village of El Trapiche, which belongs to Vélez-Málaga, have been assessing the damage caused to their properties and cars, as well as the local church, after a burst mains pipe connected to La Viñuela reservoir spilled around ... to the north of the village, near to the water treatment plant. El Trapiche is situated around 11 kilometres south of La Viñuela reservoir. Systems automatically cut off water supply from the reservoir, although as the pipe is 10 kilometres long, ... 1.2 metres in diametre and has a 2,000 litre per minute volume of flow, the water in the pipe at the time of the breakage spilled out, causing the "unavoidable" flood. El Trapiche resident, Ángeles Rosas, told SUR on Tuesday that she and her family

14:19

Local

Río Chíllar to Viñuela pipe criticism

E. C.

Subtropical fruit producers have criticised the Nerja business association AEN for insinuating that growers are against plans to redirect water from the River Chíllar to the Viñuela reservoir in times of drought. “I think it's an unhelpful position w

15:57

Local

Benalmádena council starts campaign against shisha pipes

Ivan Gelibter

...by sharing the mouthpiece". In order to get the message across, the town hall will be passing out a series of leaflets in schools and colleges and making visits to bars to inform people of the risks of smoking with a shisha pipe.

20:39

Local

Archaeological discovery delays works on Malaga's Alameda boulevard

jesús hinojosa

The end of roadworks on the middle part of Malaga's central Alameda boulevard has been delayed until February due to archaeological remains from an old fort. A new pipe that was meant to channel water into the sea has to be redesigned to avoid

13:13

Local

Ronda's bridge closes for repairs to smelly pipes

Vanessa MELGAR.

The iconic bridge over the gorge in Ronda, known as the Puente Nuevo, will be closed to traffic for the next five weeks while repairs are carried out. The 230-year-old structure is leaking due to problems with drains, sewerage and piping. White st

18:48

Local

San Pedro beach sewer rerouting on hold over fears of hidden ancient ruins

Nieves Castro

The company responsible for the main collector sewer on the western Costa del Sol has been told to think again about its plans to change the route under a San Pedro beach. Public-utility company Acosol wants to dig up the pipe that runs under the ... Archeaologists from the Junta de Andalucía have said that their studies show there are more ruins in the area behind the beach and so the planned new pipe route needs to change. There was a more positive reaction for plans for a coastal walk and viewpoint at a

10:55

Local

Residents film as broken pipe spills raw sewage into sea

Eugenio Cabezas NERJA

A 20cm by 20cm hole in one of the two pipes that takes raw sewage into the sea off Nerja's coast was spotted and subsequently filmed by residents in the town last Thursday. The hole, 400 metres from the seashore between the El Chucho and Torrecilla b

17:14

What to do

April, a month filled with foodie events around Malaga

JAVIER ALMELLONES

April is going to be a busy month for many towns and villages around the province as it is a popular month for a wide variety of food festivals. The first one is Día del Pipeo in Casarabonela on 6 April . It is based on a typical dish of the area, ... Pipeo - a stew made with lettuce, artichoke, asparagus, garlic and onions. On the same day, Istán is dedicating a festival to local gastronomy and the orange. Hundreds of litres of orange juice will be given out to visitors and there will be plenty of