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15:02

LifeStyle

Taking business a little less seriously

BEN CLARKE

Fifty entrepreneurs, employees and students based on the Costa del Sol gathered in Malaga last week to share business experiences. There were no success stories, however; the speakers had gone along to share their failures. The event was part of th

16:15

Sport

Malaga just above the drop zone as struggles in front of goal continue

Daryl Finch

Muñoz continued to shine in his new midfield role but despite controlling large portions of the possession in the first half, quality in the final third was seriously lacking. Malaga only mustered one chance in the first half when Armando Sadiku, teed

14:32

Local

Six years sought for Brit over Puerto Banús car chase

JUAN CANO

Public prosecutors are asking for a six-year sentence ahead of the trial of a British driver who fled a Puerto Banús beach party in terrifying style in May 2017. Nine people were injured, five of them seriously, in the chain of fast-moving

10:16

Local

Junta releases 75 million euros to repair storm damage across Andalucía

IGNACIO LILLO / FERNANDO TORRES

...were reported, but the material damage was substantial. Mayor of Alhaurín el Grande Toñi Ledesma explained that much of the damage was caused to municipal facilities. Both football pitches have been "seriously" affected and three schools suffered

12:56

Local

Inland areas clean up after storms hit Malaga province

FERNANDO tORRES / iGNACIO lILLO

Both football pitches have been "seriously" affected and three schools suffered losses when water broke through contention walls. The swimming pool roof will need replacing and five country roads were cut off. The Fuengirola road was closed after La

14:47

Gibraltar

New dolphin protection zone in Bay of Gibraltar dduring tuna season

Debbie Bartlett

A dolphin protection zone has been set up in part of the Bay of Gibraltar and the practice of 'popping' for tuna, which can seriously injure dolphins is not permitted in waters approximately to the north of Rosia Bay. The bluefin tuna season

12:00

Local

A train from Seville to Malaga hits a lorry on an uncontrolled level crossing near Antequera

IGNACIO LILLO

...people. The train pushed the lorry for about 75 metres before being able to stop. The company which owns the lorry is based in Fuente de Piedra, and one of the occupants of the vehicle, who was seriously injured and was taken by emergency helicopter to ... "They have to create alternative ways for traffic so they don't have to use level crossings. They should be eliminated completely," insisted Francisco Hidalgo. With regard to the occupants of the lorry, the most seriously hurt was a 44-year-old man

14:28

Local

Neighbour stabbed in Fuengirola over noise complaint

J. CANO / Á. FRÍAS.

A conflict between neighbours over noise ended with a man seriously injured, another victim with superficial injuries and five arrests in Fuengirola last weekend. The events took place at 4am on Saturday morning on Calle Las Yucas. One of the

11:30

Opinion

Laugh or cry?

Rachel Haynes

...leaders are also acting, in their case because the winners of the general election - which if we can remember that far back took place in April - have still not managed to form a new government. Politics surely is all about different people seriously

17:59

Local

Councils step up operation to remove invasive seaweed

Nieves Castro

The Rugulopterix okamurae seaweed, all the way from Asia, which is colonising the fishing grounds of Marbella and Estepona, is seriously affecting not only the fishing sector in both towns, but also the land itself. In the midst of high tourist

14:31

LifeStyle

Bullfighting season: the moral question

MARK NAYLER

...fact that matadors, too, are sometimes killed and frequently seriously injured (the last matador to die in the ring was 36-year-old Iván Fandiño, fatally gored during a bullfight in France in June 2017). "It makes you complicit in some things you may

14:56

Opinion

In case of fire

PETER HARRISON

...offices and many regard it as a bit of fun, not to be taken too seriously - after all fire is something which happens to someone else. Perhaps we unconsciously reject an unpleasant thing from our minds and instead dwell on more desirable things. The

15:51

Opinion

Business as usual

Mark Nayler

...forecast too seriously. Admitting that it's far from a definitive statistic, Arce said earlier this month that "we don't have a crystal ball". You don't need a crystal ball or telepathic powers, though, to predict that political confusion is likely to

12:40

Local

One dead and two injured in A-404 crash

SUR.

One person died and two others were seriously injured on Thursday morning in a head-on collision between a car and a van on the A-404 road that links Churriana and Coín, in the Gudalhorce valley. The accident happened at about 10.30am at

17:15

National

Andalusian government announces improvements to palliative care

ADRIÁN GONZÁLEZ

...his government plans to "expand and strengthen" palliative care, making sure it is available in all corners of the Andalusian health service and to all ages. "We're going to work seriously on this," he said, "There is room for significant

15:05

Opinion

Nadal, king in Paris

Ángel Escalera

...it's no use just being good at what you do, you also have to take your sport seriously to give the best of yourself every day. Nadal's enviable track record includes 18 Grand Slam tournaments (his 12 French Opens as well as three US Opens, one

10:07

Local

Six-metre waves hit the Costa del Sol

Ignacio lillo

...del Sol this year. From 4pm on Tuesday until 6pm on Wednesday it was s predicted that waves could reach up to six metres in height and that beaches could be seriously damaged, just 20 days from the start of the Easter holiday period. The wave height

16:44

Opinion

New image

Héctor Barbotta

...majority of its inhabitants were seriously concerned about the taxes they would have to pay when they inherited a fortune. And now, they are all breathing a sigh of relief.

11:01

Local

Four years for Guardia Civil officer who caused three deaths on the A-7

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

A court in Malaga has sentenced a Guardia Civil officer for causing a fatal accident on the A-7 motorway in June 2017 when he was off duty. In the accident three people died and nine were injured, some seriously, at the point where the Malaga

11:25

National

One dead and 11 injured as Ritz Hotel scaffolding collapses

M. BALÍN

Improvement works being carried out at the Ritz Hotel in Madrid have been marked by tragedy as one worker died and 11 were injured, two of them seriously, when five floors of scaffolding collapsed and crashed into the courtyard, taking part of the ... to different hospitals in the city. The two most seriously injured, who are aged 31 and 41, were admitted to the 12 de Octubre and Gregorio Marañón hospitals with multiple injuries. One was said to be in critical condition. The head of the Madrid

20:39

Local

Añoreta receives first investment in 30 years

Eugenio Cabezas

...which goes by the same name. However, the area has received no investment and areas have become seriously deteriorated in the last three decades. Work began last week to modernise the area, thanks to a 220,000-euro fund made available by Rincón de la

14:54

National

Two killed in avalanche in Spanish Pyrenees

SUR

Two people were killed and a third seriously injured on Thursday morning when they were caught in an avalanche in the Spanish Pyrenees. The accident happened near the popular ski region of Val de Arán in Catalonia, rescue workers said. The victims

12:05

Gibraltar

'The Rowing Marine' has to postpone trip

Debbie Bartlett

Lee Spencer, known as The Rowing Marine, has had to postpone his attempt to become the world's first physically disabled person to row solo from Europe to South America because unfortunately his mother has been taken seriously ill and he has

14:30

Opinion

Project fear

A. J. LINN

...remain, produces looks of incredulity. The news that the Queen may go into hiding and that supplies of imported medicines may dry up, are pretty serious matters. What is also taken very seriously is the continuance of wine imports to the UK. Yes,

14:15

Opinion

Road accidents and animals

PETER HARRISON

...of animals on the road caused 1,700 accidents, causing 650 human casualties, 10 people killed and 84 seriously injured. The figures for Andalucía alone are worthy of close scrutiny: 903 dogs, 101 horses, 100 wild boar. As motorists we cannot

13:41

Opinion

Two syllables

Rachel Haynes

...actually happen, or even be seriously thought about. But being able to shorten the awkward and boring expression "Britain leaving the European Union" to a simple two-syllable word meant that people could talk about it more. Some say that the more you

15:47

Travel

Under the spell of San Miguel de Allende

Andrew Forbes

...courtyards glimpsed through archways. As a Unesco World Heritage site, the city authorities take preservation and conservation very seriously. I passed a historic house under renovation; the bare exterior walls featured four half-metre squares painted in

11:55

Local

Charity appeals for help with abandoned pets

ASH BOLTON

...number of supporters and we are seriously short of funds." Valerie Schultz, the neutering coordinator for the charity, explained that the average life expectancy of an abandoned cat on the streets is only six months as they are at risk of dog attacks,

18:08

Local

Junta to inspect Guaro care home after woman is killed by fellow resident

J. Cano / F. Torres

...sleeps with restraints, had already freed himself and, upon discovering the woman, threw her to the ground before beating her. His roommate was also injured, albeit not seriously, in the incident. The emergency services could do nothing to save the life