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13:09

Sport

Spain, champions of the world

amador gómez

Spain are basketball champions of the world for the second time after they beat Argentina 95-75 in the World Cup final in Shanghai on Sunday. 75 ARGENTINA 95 SPAIN The victory comes 13 years after the country's first World Cup win

14:50

LifeStyle

Forty per cent of children in Malaga province weigh more than they should

Ángel Escalera

...approximately 40 per cent of children weigh more than they should, says paediatric endocrinologist Juan Pedro López Siguero, who works at the Materno Infantil Hospital in the city. This specialist says that despite the measures put into effect in recent years ... they also have a sedentary lifestyle, they are vulnerable to excess weight or obesity. That is why experts insist they take more exercise in their everyday life instead of spending so many hours in front of the television, video console, tablet or

14:20

Local

Guaro dog shelter needs a new home

Tony Bryant

...care, which they funded with their own finances. Following a successful musical career in Belgium, the couple first lived on the Costa Blanca, where they opened their own music bar and restaurant, but they were forced to return to Belgium in 2012, ... where Vera underwent treatment for breast cancer. The couple returned to Spain shortly after the treatment, although they relocated to the Guaro, where, after finding two young puppies in a rubbish container, they opened the Animal Love and Rescue ... Resort. They currently care for more than 30 dogs and Vera is now in desperate need of a new property where the dogs can be relocated. "Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are in urgent need of a new property where our dogs can feel safe, play and run

14:57

Local

Six girls held for biting a bus driver after they insulted passengers

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

A bloody bite mark, scratches on different parts of his body and bumps on his leg after being kicked; that was the result of an attack last week on a Malaga bus driver by six girls. The driver had asked them to get off the bus after they had been ... bothering other passengers with abusive behaviour. The events took place last week when the girls, who were apparently on holiday, got on the number 3 bus after a visit to the fair. They sat at the back and began to hurl insults at a couple and their two

15:09

Local

Residents brave thunderstorm threat to protest over services

Eugenio Cabezas

Residents of the villages of Chilches and Benajarafe took to the streets on Monday evening to continue to protest over what they believe is a "lack of interest" from Vélez-Málaga town hall to provide basic services in the two villages. ... the two villages. They are asking for a working group to be established with the council to see that plans for coastal path along the N-340, along with improvements to the local primary school, greater police presence and basic health services come ... to fruition. The town hall has said they are awaiting a response from the Junta de Andalucía for the coastal path project.

14:31

Local

Fundación CLC World celebrates 20 years in style

SUR in ENglish

...many associations the foundation has worked with throughout the province. They were joined by authorities - including mayor of Mijas Josele González - as well as representatives of the media, sponsors, collaborators, partners, and CLC World, as well as

14:48

LifeStyle

Sharing political ideas for integration

Jennie Rhodes

...bought an apartment in Marbella, where they frequently holidayed. It was in the early 2000s that she discovered and "fell in love with" the Axarquía, and in 2005 bought her house in Los Romanes, which is a small hamlet belonging to La Viñuela. "I never ... participate. "The language barrier will always be a problem," admits Ria, who points out that around 70 foreign residents regularly attend the village's free Spanish classes. "But if people meet during the activities, at least when they see each other in the ... street they can greet each other." All of the information that comes from the town hall is now in Spanish and in English, and Ria provides a link for people who need a problem to be solved. "Around 60 per cent of the foreigners live in the 'campo'