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10:39

Gibraltar

The 'Rowing Marine' sets off on an epic journey from Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Stormy days lay ahead but Lee Spencer, the 'Rowing Marine', was all smiles before setting off from Ocean Village on Tuesday for an epic journey, rowing solo and unsupported to Venezuela. Lee, a former marine who lost a leg in an accident, is raisin

12:35

Gibraltar

Lee Spencer, 'The Rowing Marine', sets off on an epic challenge

Debbie Bartlett

Lee Spencer, known as 'The Rowing Marine', is back in Gibraltar to prepare for his latest challenge. On Wednesday 12 December this former Royal Marine plans to set off from the Rock and row 3,800 nautical miles, solo and unsupported, to South America

19:23

Sport

Ferrero takes the Senior Masters Cup

JULIO rODRÍGUEZ

The favourite left with the trophy on Saturday. Juan Carlos Ferrero lifted the third Senior Masters Cup after beating Marat Safin in two sets (6-3 and 6-4). They played the final in front of 1,500 spectators, filling the Manolo Santana court at the

16:12

Local

Cirque du Soleil sets up in Malaga

fRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

The circus is in town, as the old saying goes. The modern Cirque du Soleil has returned to Malaga with a new show, 'Totem'. The show has not visited the Costa del Sol in over a decade. Totem VenueNear the Cortijo de Torres fairground Da

17:28

Local

Mijas sets up special police force to deal with rural disturbances

Ivan Gelibter

A new local rural police service, tasked with patrolling country areas of the Mijas municipality, was launched by the town's mayor, Juan Carlos Maldonado, last week. The department's objective is to "improve the services we offer to the people in t

12:29

What to do

TAPAS treasure hunt and Easter bake-off

Tony Bryant

The Andalusian Performing Arts Society (TAPAS) is holding two fun family events this month. The first is the popular Car Treasure Hunt, which takes place on Sunday 18 March. The two-hour event will begin at the El Cruce Restaurant in Coín at 10.30a

15:43

Local

Moclinejo town hall sets up pioneer animal protection unit

Jennie Rhodes

All of the political parties at Moclinejo town hall have voted in favour of creating an animal protection and rescue unit. The unit (Unidad de Protección y Rescate Animal or UPRA in Spanish) will form part of the Moclinejo-El Valdés civil protectio

14:53

National

Dad drowns his kids and sets them alight before suicide

SUR

The dormitory town of Getafe, near Madrid, is in mourning this week after a seemingly mild-mannered father carried out the double murder of his children before committing suicide on nearby railtracks. Forty-six-year-old José Alberto Gálvez López wa

14:24

Local

Marbella council sets sights on running Cabopino port

Mónica Pérez

Marbella council has asked the Junta de Andalucía's permission to take over running the marina in Cabopino, which has been without any formal management for two years since the last licence agreement expired. Currently the previous licencee is carr

14:56

Sport

British rugby fanatic sets his sights on Spain's national team

Tony Bryant

British schoolboy rugby fanatic, Spike Parsons, is celebrating this week after his team, Club Rugby del Estrecho, reached the Under-14 Andalusian National Spanish Championships. Originally from Sutton Coldfield, 13-year-old Spike began playing rugb