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17:10

LifeStyle

Fuengirola residents learn about how diabetes can affect the body

SUR IN ENGLISH

...attendees advice. The event, after which there was a networking session, was organised by Specsavers Ópticas Fuengirola to support World Diabetes Day on 14 November and "help people in Fuengirola to understand diabetes better", explained Bradshaw. He also

12:59

Local

The judge investigating Triple A concludes there was a "massive and unjustified" sacrifice of animals

Héctor Barbotta

...contempt... based on half-truths and alleged facts”. Pointing out that there has been no trial or judgement yet, only a court order, the association said some of the allegations were dismissed by the judge and the case against many of those accused has also ... 2011 until at least 2016, when Bettina P. was president, and with the essential collaboration of other board members, there was "massive and unjustified sacrifice of animals" purely to keep costs down. He says the president would give the order for the ... were put down, but refers to "a disproportionate number", mainly cats and dogs. It says there is no relationship between the number of deaths supplied by the Triple A Veterinary Service and the bodies removed by the Paraíso company for incineration.

18:47

Sport

"There is no sign that the club is carrying out its viability plan"

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Following his meeting with Malaga CF's acting chief executive Richard Shaheen last week, Malaga mayor Francisco de la Torre expressed his "obvious concern" that the club was not implementing its viability plan which it presented to La Liga several we

14:51

Opinion

There's wine in them there hills

ANDREW J. LINN

When the production of red wine in western Malaga province started during the latter half of the last century, a different classification had to be established. These 'new' Ronda wineries are officially known as DO Sierras de Malaga, not be confused

14:27

Opinion

Wine waiters in waiting

ANDREW J. LINN

We are witnessing a sommelier boom. They used to be known as wine waiters, but the profession has blossomed into a full-blown status thing, and never have there been more sommeliers working in restaurants, nor such a demand for their services.

14:37

Opinion

Is there spaghetti in Bologna?

ANDREW J. LINN

...were turn-offs. This wine, made from Grenache and Tempranillo, is a revelation with a small 'r', but great value at around 5 euros. When Jamie Oliver made a paella on British TV and added chorizo, there was an outcry from purists on account of his ... rudimentary ingredients. As it happens there are arroces ('rice dishes') that contain anything from pig's trotters to salted cod and clams. There are no 'correct' ingredients. So if we cook a Greek moussaka, can we use pork or beef instead of the usual lamb?

12:44

National

Unicaja Banco profits rise 12% in first nine months of year

JOSÉ VICENTE ASTORGA

...throwback to the world financial crisis a decade ago. The bank confirmed it is in a "comfortably solvent position" and that there was margin to improve the dividend. In terms of any possible future mergers and acquisitions, directors said that the group

11:23

Local

New recreational park opens in Benalmádena

T. BRYANT.

The Mayor of Benalmádena, Víctor Navas, inaugurated a new recreational area and information centre in the Parque Los Limones earlier this week. The park has recently undergone a complete refurbishment as part of the town hall's urban redevelopment

17:55

LifeStyle

Hair transplants increasing in popularity in Malaga where there are now nearly 20 clinics

MATÍAS STUBER

It is a problem that men have with their hair or, more and more often, it is a problem they used to have. If in recent photos someone has more hair than they used to, then suspicions are founded. They have had a hair transplant. There are a great ... 2014. There were 14 of us, and half were from other countries. Now, more doctors are studying it. People think it is a way of earning a lot of money quickly, but it isn't. The learning curve is very slow and you need a great deal of practise to become ... charge less than a euro per follicular unit now, but you notice the difference in quality," says Felicidad One of the keys is individualised treatment. The only time a hair transplant won't work is if the alopecia is very severe and there are no donor

15:31

Opinion

Fighting litter

MICHEL CRUZ

As you may have noticed in television ads and newspapers, there is a growing awareness of the damage plastic packaging - and its eventual product, plastic litter - has on the environment. There's a growing debate about its impact on land, sea, ... with long-life ones made from jute, paper and durable plastics. News that plastic particles end up in the fish we eat and are also secreted by things like teabags has further accelerated the process, for now we are beginning to see that there is a ... will eventually do to your wellbeing. There is still litter everywhere! These are all positive signs of a gradual shift in attitudes and a growing awareness of a problem that has been on the rise (literally) for decades now, but in reality you still

15:20

Sport

Wage bill now eighth in Segunda but there's work still to be done

ANTONIO GÓNGORA/ P. L. A.

Malaga announced on Tuesday that a press conference had not "been cancelled but rather rescheduled" for a future date. In it, the statement read, there would be "clarifications about what happened in the past week and the measures which will be

15:44

Gibraltar

Mayor of La Línea and Gibraltar's chief minister hold discussions

Debbie Bartlett

Juan Franco, the mayor of La Línea de la Concepción, visited Gibraltar on Thursday for a meeting with newly re-elected chief minister Fabian Picardo and members of the government, including Dr Joseph García, deputy chief minister and leader of the Li

13:47

Local

Runaway delivery van careers down steps in Frigiliana

Eugenio Cabezas

...while the driver was delivering the ice, was prevented from going further by a newly installed handrail. Fortunately no one was using the steps at the time and there were no injuries.

13:44

Local

"There are clear figures about climate change; we should put them up at bus stops"

MATÍAS STUBER

He has a very close relationship with the sea and there are two aspects to his love of it, leisure and business, or, to be more exact in the latter case, science. Professionally, Carlos Duarte's achievements are as varied as they are impressive. He ... habitat completely different to the one we are accustomed to when we walk around on land. -Is there anything left to explore? -There is everything left to explore. If we laid all the underwater exploration which has been carried out so far in a ... humanity. There is no other way of obtaining food in a sustainable manner. We cannot accept that deterioration is a price which has to be paid. We have to change the narrative about sustainability to the one about recovery. -People at bus stops talk