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12:18

Local

Current and former mayors to give evidence in sewage treatment case

EUGENIO CABEZAS

...relation to the town's controversial wastewater treatment plant. The two politicians, who are top of their respective lists for the forthcoming local elections, will be appear in court in Torrox in June to testify, along with six other current and former ... Possible fraud The politicians are also being investigated for possible fraud, as Nerja residents have been charged for sewage treatment on their water bills since 2011, despite the treatment plant never having been completed. A former councillor and ... local businessman, Jorge Naváez, who owns a business on Burriana beach, has also repeatedly reported the authorities for the lack of water treatment as he claims raw sewage is tipped into a stream which passes his establishment before going into the sea.

10:58

Local

Guadalhorce sewage treatment plant starts working 20 years after first plans were made

francisco jiménez

...total catchment area up to 44,000 residents. TREATMENT PLANT Catchment area. Coín (21,716 registered residents), Álora (12,951) and Pizarra (9,118). Location. La Aljaima (Pizarra), where the rivers Grande and Guadalhorce meet. Capacity. 8,295 ... cubic metres a day with secondary treatment system (there is no tertiary treatment stage which would allow its reuse). Budget. The works have cost 8.3 million euros, plus another 6.5 million for the 28 kilometres of sewerage to take the water to the ... plant. Funding. The Junta de Andalucía has paid for the works, with 80% from European funds and the rest from the water treatment fee collected on water bills. It's now two decades since the Junta de Andalucía first envisaged building the treatment

13:57

LifeStyle

A boy with leukemia has been cured by a new genetic treatment

SUR

A six-year-old boy called Álvaro, from Alicante, who had type B acute lymphoblastic leukemia and was not responding to conventional treatment, has been cured and able to live a normal life thanks to a new genetic therapy called CAR-T 19, paid for by ... the public health service. Álvaro was treated at the Hospital Sant Joan de Déu (HSJD) in Esplugues de Llobregat (Barcelona), one of only three children's hospitals in Spain authorised to provide the CAR-T treatment. The others are the Vall d'Hebron ... Dr Miquel Pons, the hospital's medical director, and Dr Susana Rives, the haematologist who has been treating the little boy. They explained the way the treatment had been used. Álvaro was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia when he was very

16:23

Sport

Jongeneel's Hawaiian challenge

JUAN CALDERÓN

...a stretch of water with the biggest waves in the worldHe now wants to raise money to install water treatment equipment in schools in one of the poorest areas of the country, where the children have no drinking water. They contract all types of ... equipping the support boat with a similar, more powerful system, although he hasn't decided yet because he fears it might have the opposite effect and attract them. Jongeneel has already begun the campaign to raise funds for the water treatment plants that

10:54

Local

Inquiry ramps up into raw sewage illegally dumped in the sea or rivers by town councils

JUAN CANO / FERNANDO TORRES / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

2002 by handing over the land to the Junta and the Ministry for a treatment plant that isn't in service yet" Fernando Fernández-Tapia, Former PP mayor of Coín: "In 2010 the Junta promised 47 sewage treatment plants paid for by the water-bill levy. ... saying that it isn't their town halls' job to treat waste if the Junta de Andalucía regional government hasn't provided the treatment plants to do it. Fines for polluting For several years, Spain has been fined by the EU for continuing to allow some ... of its councils to dump untreated waste. The current investigation stems from a complaint by green action group, Ecologistas en Acción, claiming that councils were committing fraud by adding a sewage-treatment levy to people's water bills even though

10:41

LifeStyle

Communities unite to #SaveSoraya

Jennie Rhodes

The British and Spanish communities of Malaga province are uniting to help 33-year-old Soraya Pérez Bradley in her fight against Leukemia, by organising a series of fundraising events to help towards urgent medical treatment. The first event took ... Katrina says that there are plans for more events in the pipeline. "There is so much going on I can't keep up with all of it," she admits, adding that her focus at the moment is on finding treatment, in or outside Europe, for her daughter. "I am on the ... spread to 98 per cent of her body and Soraya returned to Malaga immediately to start receiving treatment at the Carlos Haya hospital. The family was told that the strain of Leukemia that Soraya had was more common among children and that it has a "Poor

12:24

Local

Organisations and local residents discuss 'Brick Beach' project plans

Eugenio Cabezas

...composition and character of different materials" and that it is important to "control the levels of sulfates" in the materials used. The next step in the project will be to build a recycling and treatment plant, which is expected to be situated next to ... Vélez-Málaga's sewage treatment plant, once an environmental impact evaluation report has been completed by the Junta de Andalucía's environmental delegation. Representatives highlighted the importance of getting people on board with the project to stop the