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13:26

Local

Store manager returns wallet with 5,575 euros that Dutch shopper left in trolley

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

An Estepona supermarket manager has received recognition from his local town hall for handing in a bag containing 5,575.30 euros that a Dutch resident had left in a trolley. Raúl José Castillo had found the bag when he opened the Mercadona store one ... morning at the end of May. The bag also contained the owner's passport and keys. When a colleague told him that a man had been asking about a bag the night before, Raúl followed company procedure and kept it at the store for two days thinking the owner ... would return. When he didn't he took the bag to the National Police station in Estepona. The bag belonged to Peter Steenbahkens, a Dutch business owner who has lived in Estepona for 20 years. He explained this week that when he had gone back that night

13:34

LifeStyle

Making the world a better place with art

Tony Bryant

...her husband, Oksana came to live on the Costa del Sol in 2000. World Quilting Festival She began quilting just five years ago, while recuperating from a serious car accident that left her immobile and housebound for six months. Although she ... organisation that Oksana feels very passionate about. “Our aim this year is to promote Cudeca. I think Joan Hunt has done a tremendous job and our organisation wants to help her and the team continue the great work that they do,” Oksana, says. The Lucky ... Quilters participated in the recent Cudeca Walkathon, during which it raised 630 euros for one its handmade quilts. Since it began just ten months ago, the group has raised over 2,000 euros for Cudeca and it is aiming to double that figure over the next 12

23:03

Local

Deal that let Torremolinos council staff work less than they should is overturned

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The internal audit department at Torremolinos town hall has told its bosses that an agreement made in 2016, which allows council workers to turn up to their job for fewer hours than they are meant to, is illegal. The agreement was signed when the ... PSOE party took over as a way to smooth over the relationship with the council workforce during the transition to a new administration. The law says that the working week for municipal staff is 37 and a half hours, although up to now staff put in 35

13:31

Opinion

Follow the money

Peter Edgerton

Here we go, etc. - the World Cup's off to a flier, then. Not a ball had yet been kicked when Spain unceremoniously sacked their manager for announcing that he would be Real Madrid's new coach next season only days before his team's tasty tournament ... become sporting director with the Costa del Sol club just after they were taken over by the stinkingly rich Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani. Señor Hierro, though, insisted that he had not in any way come for the money, rather - as one marvellous local newspaper ... headline put it - 'Por El Amor De Mi Tierra' (For The Love Of My Homeland). When it became clear a couple of years later that the Sheikh was, in fact, in possession of very short arms and very deep pockets, and in spite of his undoubted and overwhelming

13:02

Local

Association reports that stray cats are being poisoned in Estepona

Charo MÁRQUEZ

The Estepona-based association Gatos y Amigos has reported that stray cats are being poisoned in different parts of the town. One of the locations is El Ángel beach, next to a shopping centre, where the president of the association, Laura Montes, ... suspects that paint stripper and industrial adhesives were used. This caused hair loss and seizures in a cat that was found covered in a yellow sticky substance. “We will never understand what drives someone to wish this suffering on an innocent ... creature,” said Montes, “There's no humanity in this type of crime.” The association has also detected that some of the strays in the Río La Cala area have been found with noose traps around their necks. Montes explained that they were able to remove the

17:23

Local

Cherry picking in Alfarnate starts late due to bad weather

Agustín peláez

Alfarnate's cherry picking season started last week, two weeks later than normal, due to the prolonged period of cold weather and rain this spring. There is speculation that productivity will be lower this year as a result of the weather. Cherry

14:03

Local

Muslims share Ramadan with Christians and Jews

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...is the second year that the event has been held to celebrate the coexistence of different religions in Malaga and its province. The city's mayor, Francisco de la Torre, also attended the celebration.

13:27

Local

Town hall leaflet causes controversy among animal lovers

Jennie Rhodes

...morning “365 days a year” for over 20 years with bags of dry cat food, which he says he buys with his own money from local supermarkets, and Diana Golledge, a British painter who has lived in Benamocarra for 13 years, say that the town hall needs to ... Diana. Deputy Mayor, María Leonor Muñez, told SUR in English that the leaflet wasn't designed to scare people but that the town hall has “received complaints from neighbours about people feeding the cats with raw meat and other left over human food” in ... public spaces in the town centre. Muñoz went on to say that the leaflet was part of a wider campaign to encourage people to “keep the village clean” and to “clean up after their dogs.” Both Antonio and Diana as well as town hall officials and

13:58

LifeStyle

The art that didn't please the diocese

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ

...diocese, said this week that the Episcopal Palace is “not a suitable place” to display these pieces, and pointed out that the diocese has the right to a say in what is exhibited there because this is included in the agreement it signed with Malaga council. ... The exhibition '25 Centuries. Sculpture in the Cajasol Foundation's Art Collection' opened on Monday. The diocese's demand that the two works of art be removed was met with a swift response from the Institute of Contemporary Art (IAC), the Union of ... Visual Artists of Andalucía (UAVA) and the head of the Faculty of Fine Arts at Malaga university, Salvador Haro. The IAC issued a statement saying that such interference in the content of the exhibition is inadmissible, and claiming that it contravenes

13:51

Local

Historian finds documents that confirm there was a concentration camp in Torremolinos

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...through that inhumane prison, living in the open air and kept inside by a metal fence. Although investigation carried out several years ago brought this information to light, the lack of evidence has meant that knowledge of one of the darkest parts of ... The camp was active between 1938 and 1939 at least. There were others in Malaga, Antequera and Ronda. Until now. Local historian Carlos Blanco has found official documents that show the existence of the facility; these include a quartermaster's ... report, an administrative journal and an invoice. A budget from the Ministry of National Defence reveals that the Seville Treasury covered the expenses of this terrible service, with a daily cost of 1.65 pesetas per prisoner. The documentation discovered