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14:40

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A shower of skating stars come to Malaga for Revolution On Ice

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Olympic medallists and World and European champions with a total of 39 medals between them are performing in Revolution On Ice, an artistic ice skating show on 9 November in the Palacio de Deportes Martín Carpena at 7.30pm. INFORMATION When. Saturd

13:36

Local

Rough sleeper centre to reopen in San Pedro

A. JIMÉNEZ.

San Pedro's Centro de Transeuntes, a centre where rough sleepers can shower, rest and eat, is to reopen next month after being closed for four years. The facility is to be managed by the Cruz Roja (Spanish Red Cross), which already runs a social

12:46

Local

Ten things you can get fined for doing on Costa del Sol beaches

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The regional government is looking into banning smoking on Andalucía's many beaches, a measure which has already been approved in other parts of Spain. But in reality, many of beachgoers' more common habits on the Costa del Sol are already banned

19:32

LifeStyle

The most keenly-awaited shower

FERNANDO MORGADO

...ceases to surprise us, even though it occurs every year. This will be the most keenly-awaited shower of the summer: a shower of stars, known as the Perseids or the Tears of San Lorenzo, because 10 August is the Day of San Lorenzo. This summer, the lack of ... Saturn. The special interest in this shower of stars is due to a parameter, the Zenithal Hourly Rate or ZHR, which defines the number of shooting stars which can be seen every hour. This year it is 100, which is very high. Although hundreds of stars

11:13

LifeStyle

The Leonid shower

KEN CAMPBELL

...its tail will remain in space across the orbital path of the Earth. As the Earth passes through the trail, the debris crashes into our atmosphere and produces a meteor shower. Tonight (Friday 17th) the Earth will pass through the trail left behind by ... meteors per hour, all appearing to radiate from the constellation of Leo, hence the name, the Leonid meteor shower. You don't need any special equipment to watch the meteor shower - just lay back in as dark an area as possible, away from any street

16:08

LifeStyle

Juan José's new lifestyle

Ángel Escalera

...can bend down now, and take a shower without effort. I can go out for a walk down the street," he explains. Juan José lives alone, apart from weekends when one of his siblings comes to stay with him. For him, the support he receives from his two

15:02

LifeStyle

Phaethon's tail

KEN CAMPBELL

...meteor shower or even a meteor storm. The meteors all appear to radiate from one particular area of the sky and so are named after the closest constellation. The Perseids, Leonids, Orionids and Geminids are all meteor showers that can sometimes produce ... its orbit it gets very close to the Sun, closer than any other asteroid, and then swings out further than Mars. Its path takes it across the Earth's orbit and the debris from it creates the Geminid meteor shower every year around the middle of ... Geminid shower to possibly hundreds of meteors per hour. You won't be able to see the asteroid with the naked eye - it's too small and too far away - but you will be able to see the meteor shower and as the moon will be out of the way this year, it could

10:58

Gibraltar

Zero tolerance towards drink-driving in Gibraltar this Christmas

Debbie Bartlett

...hard-hitting video filmed especially for this year's campaign and shown on local TV, the message is that a shower, copious amounts of coffee or even a fry-up for breakfast the morning after the night before may make you feel better, but does not reduce the

15:47

Local

Estepona district gets better beach facilities

Councillor for beaches in Estepona, Susana Aragón, has confirmed that work is under way on new toilet, shower and lifeguard stations on several of Estepona’s beaches. Cristo, El Padrón and La Rada beaches have already seen the work start and from

14:06

LifeStyle

“I’m sorry if I let you down”

IRMA CUESTA MADRID

Not only did Spain’s entry in last Saturday’s Eurovision Song Contest final come last, it did so in style. Not only did Manel Navarro and his song Do It For Your Lover get zero points from the professional juries and just five from the viewers’ votes