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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

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

15:08

Opinion

Take a guess

Mark Nayler

...the IMF upped their forecasts as the months progressed, seemingly to try and reach the figure of 3.2%, the rate at which Spain’s GDP grew in 2016. Finally, all those organisations’ revised predictions were in line with the actual growth rate of 3.1% in ... therefore unlikely to dent Spain’s economy in the medium term. Those who thought that politics and economics were inextricably connected, especially in present-day Spain, thereby stand corrected. Even so, it’s probably best not to take guesses - sorry,

16:28

Local

Torremolinos announces third wheelchair-friendly beach

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos town hall has announced that the Playa Bajondillo is to be adapted for people with reduced mobility. The town already has two beaches (La Carihuela and Los Alamos) that have been equipped with special facilities for people in wheelchairs

11:56

Local

Man in coma after being shot in the face

J. CANO / Á. FRÍAS.

A man in his twenties was in a coma this week after being shot in the face in a Malaga neighbourhood last Saturday night. Sources close to the investigation said that two shotguns, a pistol and a machete were carried by those involved in the

13:23

LifeStyle

Cudeca charity Walkathon returns for sixteenth outing in Benalmádena

MADDY HAY

...the 10-kilometre challenge, which kicks off at 10.30am, while those who would prefer a more relaxed route can join the five or two-kilometre trails, which both begin at 12pm. Pets are also welcome. The action-packed day promises a string of events, ... six-night stay in Portugal or four free tickets to Selwo Marina with a dolphin encounter included. Cudeca, established in 1991, provides palliative care for those suffering from incurable illnesses throughout the province of Malaga, free of charge. The

19:44

LifeStyle

Louise Brown: "People were surprised I wasn't born with two heads"

EFE / CRISTINA PINTO

...parents travelled with her to demonstrate to the world that the procedure was safe and that she was a normal baby, although a few years later they stopped making those trips because, she explained, they wanted her to be a daughter, not a "superstar". She

14:20

LifeStyle

A dose of nostalgia at the Starlite Festival

I. GELIBTER / A. MEDINA

Marbella. Some things just don't change. Sting arrived at Marbella's Starlite Festival with his glowing grin fully intact, and with an array of timeless classics to thrill his audience, while London band Jamiroquai inspired with much the same energy

17:55

Local

Axarquía growers start to feel effects of drought

ÁGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

The Axarquía really started to feel the effects of the drought last week when around 10 communities of growers had their water supply cut off. Restrictions were established at the beginning of December, meaning that growers of crops such as mangoes a

12:57

Local

Court halves number of people being investigated in illegal dump scandal

Eugenio Cabezas

The removal of the twenty people from the list has reduced those still being investigated by half. Three former Partido Popular (PP) councillors and one Socialist party (PSOE) councillor are among those who have been removed from the list by the Malaga ... court. Others are staff of companies that are also caught up in the controversial dump. Former mayor of Nerja, José Alberto Armijo (PP), current mayor, Rosa Arrabal (PSOE), and environment councillor, Jorge Bravo, are among those still under

15:42

Sport

Choosing the right moment

Rob Palmer Opinion

77th minute seems to be the favoured time to take his applause. He's gone the full 90 minutes only three times this season in La Liga. A year ago, those who had observed Iniesta week in and week out would have expected him to gracefully take a step

15:55

Local

British Consulate continues Brexit outreach with two more Costa meetings

SUR IN ENGLISH

The British Consulate has organised two events on the Costa del Sol for February as part of its Brexit outreach programme. Those with questions about Brexit and its possible effects can visit the Consulate's pop-up desk at the Association of ... to give information. Registration for the conference can be done online (through the www.aceia.es website). Those who cannot make it to this pop-up will have another chance to have their queries answered at Coín's Casa de Cultura, (Plaza de Santa ... so that their rights can to be protected by the Withdrawal Agreement. This will be followed by a Q&A session. The meeting, which takes place from 10am to 12pm, is open to all those who are interested.

16:08

Opinion

Keep it down, please

Rachel Haynes

...in loud voices is one of the first cultural differences that hits those of us brought up in quieter countries as soon as we step off the aeroplane. And, as the mayor said, the problem is that if one person speaks in a loud voice, the next person has

14:41

Gibraltar

Gibraltar, Barbate and Isle of Man at 33rd National Special Olympics

Debbie Bartlett

The 33rd Gibraltar Special Olympics have been taking place this week and it has been a very special event indeed. The opening ceremony took place on Wednesday evening, attended by the Governor, Lieutenant General Ed Davis , chief minister Fabian Pica

15:38

Gibraltar

Spirit of Discovery cruise ship asked not to call at Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

...present. The symptoms of Norovirus are diarrhoea, vomiting and fever. It is very contagious and can be dangerous for people whose immune systems are weak, such as those with other illnesses and the elderly. It has an incubation period of 12 to 48

13:17

Opinion

Trade wars are good, according to Trump

ANDREW J. LINN

Earlier this week we had the laughable spectacle of American wine traders thanking the Administration for not increasing import tariffs to 100%. This gesture was inspired by the announcement that the duty on EU still wines and those under 14% proof ... families of employees of Scottish whisky distilleries? And those of liquor-making families in Germany, Ireland, Italy and Spain, also affected? Indeed, what possible reason could there be for making the wine trade the sacrificial lamb for the alleged

16:39

Sport

World Cup Final referee regales walking footballers

SUR

Walking Football League's Sportsman's Lunch. Those in attendance managed to raise over 1,800 euros for Prostate Cancer Research. Aston Viñuela are currently leading the pack in the league. On Wednesday 29 January, WFS take on The Walking Dead in the cup ... first round at the Finca Naundrup. The two sides' A teams will face off at 6.30pm, and the B teams will play an hour later. Those interested in joining a team should visit www.walkingfooty.com.

12:26

LifeStyle

When drugs start at 14

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

People refer to addictive “substances” but should also take into account addictive “behaviours”, he stressed, because those also include social media and gambling, and their uncontrolled use is also on the increase. This is a worrying situation and the

17:41

What to do

On your bike for the 'Día de la Bici'

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Día de la Bici (Bicycle Day), organised by Malaga city hall, gives an opportunity for those of all ages to get out into the fresh air and cycle around the city in complete safety. It is an activity that forms part of the European Mobility Week. ... various bike-related merchandise after the race for those registered. To register, cyclists need to go to the Sports department in El Corte Inglés on Avenida Andalucía or the Bahía Málaga shopping centre before Saturday, 22 September.