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10:04

LifeStyle

Boxing Day swim success

RACHEL ARMSTRONG

...charity for a school in The Gambia. Half of the monies raised will go to providing reading glasses for the school." The other half will go to the Duquesa Charitable Society of St George, a charity organisation based in Sabinillas. Despite concerns that

10:04

Local

Guardia Civil receive fraud allegations against ex-head teacher of European Sixth Form College

TONY BRYANT

...report with the Guardia Civil in Mijas at the end of November, have accused the school's former head teacher, Debbie Leigh Campbell, of fraudulent practice that includes obtaining money under false pretenses and falsifying GCSE and A-level results. ... Cambridge could not issue exam results due to regulatory breaches The angry parents claim in the report that is now in the hands of the Guardia Civil - and to which this newspaper has had access - that the head teacher accepted money for school fees after ... 25 August 2016, with prior knowledge that the school was about to close down. Students have found themselves rejected by universities and have to resit exams Parents say they showed up at the school on 30 August, in order to collect exam results,

13:59

LifeStyle

Cudeca remembers loved ones by releasing 1,000 balloons

...event held at the Cudeca Hospice, which saw the lights outside the centre turned on by Cudeca founder Joan Hunt OBE. Those who participated in the event also lit candles in memory of loved ones. There was also a performance by the Sunny View School ... choir. The director of the school presented the charity with a cheque for 1,500 euros.

09:21

Gibraltar

Yanito - a tale of two languages

ASH Bolton

...employed. So you had this melee of languages where nobody could understand each other. Spanish people could not pronounce the names, which gave rise to Yanito.” Tito explained that up until World War Two, there was no law saying you had to attend school ... British overseas territory to help teach English at school. However, the death knell for Yanito was sounded with the advent of World War 2, when the entire civilian population of Gibraltar was evacuated to the UK, Madeira and other parts of the world. ... properly. And you had to go to school whether you liked it or not. “Today a lot of people are Yanitising sentences using proper English words - so Yanito is evolving into Spanglish. “It’s a pity that young people are not using it any more, but that’s

10:12

LifeStyle

Haunted by the past

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...occurred. But despite being within - deeply traumatic - living memory for many Spaniards, discussion and knowledge of the conflict and its repercussions is still, Tremlett writes, shied away from within communities, often entirely absent on school

10:12

LifeStyle

“Even common everyday tasks became terrifying obstacles for me”

PILAR manzanares

...great extent. She has also been helped by ERP, exposure and response prevention, a therapeutic technique developed by the cognitive-behavioural school which, she says, works very well for OCD. “The more intensive it is, the better,” she says. “It

10:30

Sport

Malaga, top dogs in the world of padel

Marina Rivas sport

...sister with her padel school. She is the president of that initiative, which brings this sport within reach of people with disabilities. Also in the female category is María del Carmen Villalba, who is currently 15th in the ranking. She began by playing

10:30

LifeStyle

Lives that begin ahead of time

amanda salazar health

...evaluation and so does an early stimulation centre, but we are convinced that they should be monitored until they are school age because there are many problems such as language, socialisation or behaviour, which can’t be detected at the age of two,” says Dr

10:31

LifeStyle

Lions' Club launched with New Year charity dinner

JENNIE RHODES

...charities and organisations the Lions' Club Balcón de Europa supports. So far the new organisation has helped a local school with an art project, in collaboration with the Estudio de Pintura Infantil de Nerja (children's painting studio), and future