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15:27

Opinion

Let us pay

Peter Edgerton

...expectation we have for getting everything for the minimum possible cost - or none at all - in return for as little effort as possible, surely isn't sustainable. It's not surprising that the word in the corridors of power and finance is that we're in for

15:51

Local

Mijas puts signs up prohibiting people from feeding wild animals

I. LILLO / H. BARBOTTA

...in turn pass these on to the regional government's Ministry of Agriculture, Fishing and Sustainable Development, because the councillor says this is something they have to deal with. Her team are also holding meetings with ministry representatives to

13:15

Local

Town hall reveals plans to build a 67-metre pier

SUR.

...metres in length and have a viewing point at the end. They confirmed that it is designed to be “fully accessible” and will be “made using sustainable materials.” The director of the environmental aspects of the project, Alberto Jiménez Madrid, said

15:59

Sport

Casares confirmed as venue of the 2023 edition of the Solheim Cup

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

18 to 24 September on the courses at Finca Cortesín in Casares. Its managing director, Manuel Cardeña, pointed out that these are 'sustainable courses', thanks to a collaboration with Acosol which means that the facilities are irrigated with 100 per

15:15

Local

New life on the beach in Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

...beach. There is no other record of a loggerhead turtle laying eggs on the Costa del Sol for the last 80 years. The news of this important, even extraordinary event, soon reached the Andalusian marine sustainable management centre (CEGMA), who arrived to

15:25

Local

The province's main boulevards make way for pedestrians

IGNACIO LILLO

As a result, SUR has opened up a debate among experts in mobility and sustainable development over whether this break to life as we know it can provide an opportunity to reclaim towns and cities for people for good. "It would be beneficial for ... cyclists is not only good for personal health but also biodiversity. Enrique San Miguel, president of Ametmos (the Malaga association for sustainable tourism) agrees and says: "With fewer cars on the roads, now is the perfect time to make changes." For