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11:43

Local

Red Cross opens new branch in Torremolinos town centre

Tony Bryant

...more centrally located and offers access to those with reduced mobility. The opening of the new centre, situated in Avenida Sorolla, was attended by the town's mayor, José Ortiz, along with the president of Cruz Roja Málaga, Luis Utrilla, and the

17:43

Travel

Sustainable travel

Andrew Forbes

...bedside. This is no longer acceptable. I favour properties, like many in Mallorca, that offer filtered water in reusable glass bottles. The same is true with plastic straws - refuse them. As for those little bottles of shampoo and conditioner in the hotel ... bathroom, well their days are numbered. Much as I like those cute, chic branded amenities, they are an environmental no-no. I see more and more hotels using refillable containers. Some are really creative, providing locally-made ceramic dispensers. The

14:32

Local

More family doctors' strikes for later in November are announced

JUAN SOTO

GPs and paediatricians in Malaga province are to step up their industrial action. Some doctors are calling for more time to see patients and better working conditions. At a meeting on Monday, those supporting stoppages decided to change their

10:09

Local

Drunk electric scooter user caught and fined 1,000 euros in Malaga

álvaro frías / juan cano

...three times over the limit. This was one of the first fines dished out for this offence but comes in addition to a number of arrests made of users riding models known as 'scooter-choppers', which are larger and faster than those permitted on public

18:12

Opinion

Scrum dancing

Peter Edgerton

...in an hour what you do in a week and, oftentimes, not making a very good fist of it at that. (Those corners that go straight from boot to crowd behind the goal, for example. Good God. You've had all week to practise that one kick, you fool - try to

18:07

Opinion

The emotion of Brexit

JOSÉ M. DE AREILZA

In a few hours' time, a member State - the second strongest economy and first military power - will pull out of the European integration project. Nobody wins with this split. And those who will be most frustrated by it in the future will, no doubt,

11:59

Local

At least 930 people will be investigated for spreading the Víctor Sánchez del Amo video

SUR

The investigation into the posting of an explicit video of Malaga coach Víctor Sánchez del Amo on social media will look into around 930 people who retweeted it. The court will be investigating each case individually and will focus on those who were ... stop them publishing the sexually explicit video. The search for the blackmailers is proving somewhat more challenging for the authorities than attempts to find those who shared the footage.

17:44

Travel

What impact will Brexit have on travel within the EU and to the UK?

Andrew Forbes

...uprated. You can also still exchange your driving licence until the end of 2020 without taking a test. "Those rights will be protected for as long as you live in Spain, provided that you are legally resident here by the end of 2020. So, as ever, my key

14:49

Opinion

The Seine old song

Peter Edgerton

...borders and, often, continents with their stirring renditions of carefully selected ballads. As I'm sure you'll have seen in the news, Charles Aznavour died this week aged 94. He was also one of those international crooners that everybody liked, even

12:30

National

A rollercoaster four years for Brits in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

Sánchez announced a Royal Decree which guaranteed customs procedures, access to Spanish healthcare, residency rights for those living in Spain legally, even in the case of a no-deal. UK government funding was freed up and a series of Brexit pop-up ... those fighting for citizens' rights paid off and Brits legally resident in the EU and vice versa retain their rights to healthcare, pensions, residency and working arrangements according to the Withdrawal Act which comes into force tonight.

11:15

Local

Coronavirus fears increase as Wuhan's football team arrives to train in Sotogrande

ÁNGEL ESCALERA / PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...as a precautionary measure but insisted that none of those who have arrived are showing any symptoms of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) and that the maximum incubation period for the virus has now passed. Spanish virologists are taking part in ... are suspected to be infected. It caused more than 130 deaths in mainland China, spreading to at least 16 other countries. However, like the SARS and influenza viruses, the new coronavirus is a particular risk for elderly people and those with

16:46

Local

Marbella to reduce road tax for low-polluting vehicles

Mónica Pérez

With the seemingly unstoppable rise in car numbers in Marbella, the town hall is attempting to incentivise the purchase of 'greener' vehicles with the introduction of discounts of up to 75 per cent on road tax (Impuesto de Circulación). As part of

14:56

Travel

Menorca: The Insider Guide

Andrew Forbes

STAY: Torralbenc Hotel & Vineyards Forget manic sightseeing and instead immerse yourself in Menorcan island life at this traditional 19th-century farmstead, now reimagined as a characterful rural hotel with gourmet restaurant, spa, and now a bo

18:01

Travel

Oh, Canada!

ASH BOLTON

...of which Vancouver grew in the 1870s. Here you will find the infamous steam clock, which as the name suggests, is a clock that runs on steam and subsequently draws a big crowd on the street. Those who like to bury their noses in a book should visit ... water-based activities - all set against the backdrop of a lively town with a hippy vibe. Here we spent four nights camping in Green Point Camp Ground on Long Beach, which was about 20 kilometres from Tofino. The fearsome threesome For those of us who camp ... boasted a Canadian Royal Legion Club that was packed to the rafters most nights with live music. Those who like to do trail walks are also spoilt for choice, as there were a number of coastal and beach routes, where virgin forest met virgin beaches and a

16:25

Opinion

Australia on fire

ANDREW J. LINN

those who breed cattle. The questionable, but normal practice of leaving the livestock exposed to the advancing fires, meant that returning farmers had the unpleasant job of counting their dead and finishing off those that were so badly burnt they

15:18

LifeStyle

A passion for planes

MATÍAS STUBER

those here today are keen to take more photos for their personal archive. They are individuals for whom the most exciting plans in life are flight plans. Luis Álvarez is one of them. Luis is a well-built chap who speaks with a Madrid accent. From ... routine and started to display a McDonald's logo on the fusilage. For these enthusiasts, having one of those aircraft in front of a camera is like an astronaut landing on a star which has been named after him. After exhaustive security checks, half a ... the right light," he says. He's not keen on Photoshop. "It's a tool for bad photographers," he says. Once home, he downloads the photos he has taken and discards those that are no good. The rest are saved in a file, each aircraft carefully labelled. If

15:38

Local

Controversial refurbishment of Coín's main street winning over doubters

FERNANDO TORRES

...opposition to the measure which gained 5,000 signatures from those who were worried that the new one-way design would damage their trade model. They presented an alternative proposal that was rejected by the council for violating the traffic code, which