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13:40

Local

Torre de Benagalbón residents opt for new sustainable promenade

Eugenio Cabezas

Residents of Torre de Benagalbón have voted for the most environmentally friendly of the two options presented to them for a new promenade. Mayor of Rincón de la Victoria, Francisco Salado, unveiled the results of the vote last week. Of 2,700

16:42

Gibraltar

More music festival artists announced

Debbie Bartlett

Six more acts have been announced for this year's MTV Gibraltar Calling music festival, which takes place at the Victoria Stadium on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 September. Rita Ora, Texas, Chase & Status, America, Bad Manners and Sweet will be

14:21

Gibraltar

Last release of Gibraltar Calling music festival tickets

Debbie Bartlett

It's not very long now to the MTV Gibraltar Calling music festival, which takes place at the Victoria Stadium on 21 and 22 September, but those who wish to attend will have to purchase their tickets soon with tickets selling quickly. The

18:50

Sport

Athletes out in their numbers in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

(Club de Atletismo de Nerja) with a time of 00.21.27. María Bravo (Club de Atletismo Rincón de la Victoria) came in first place in the woman's category with a time of 00.26.16.

12:41

Local

Pupils kept away from school at start of term over prefab dispute

E. CABEZAS / A PELÁEZ

Just 47 of the 240 pupils due to start at the Rincón de la Victoria secondary school, in Torre de Benagalbón, attended the first day of classes on Monday. Parents refused to send their children to the school, as they are not satisfied with the ... condition of the prefab classrooms that first, second and third-years (aged 12 to 15) are having to use while building work to the fourth secondary school in the Rincón de la Victoria area continues. The school's parent-teacher association, AMPA, supported

19:01

Local

Victoria's Secret to open store in prime Malaga location

J.S. malaga

Victoria’s Secret -the international chain of lingerie shops- is to open a new store in a prime location in Malaga city centre. It will be their first high street store in Spain outside Barcelona. There are also stores at Madrid, Barcelona and

14:44

Local

Graffiti causes "irreparable" damage to Victoria cave paintings

Agustín Peláez Rincón de la Victoria

Rincón de la Victoria town hall has reported "serious damage" caused to prehistoric paintings inside the Cueva de la Victoria, a protected cultural asset (BIC), which is not open to the public. Graffiti and scratches were discovered last week by ... written on the Cueva de la Victoria, stated that, while not open to the public, the cave is considered one of the most important in the world due to its cave paintings, which span 25,000 years. The cave, which forms part of the El Cantal underground ... complex, along with El Tesoro and Higuerón, is listed as a BIC (asset of cultural interest) by the Junta de Andalucía. The mayor of Rincón de la Victoria, Francisco Salado, who returned to office last week following a vote of no confidence in his

16:38

LifeStyle

Youth orchestras offer recital with a stunning view

lIZ PARRY

...rendition by 11-year-old oboist Marcos Montiel Delgado, and then gave way to the Youth Orchestra, who played a series of traditional Moroccan pieces. JOPMA president Tania Schoham explained that the venue, overlooking Rincón de la Victoria from next to

16:57

Local

La Cala businesses saw sales 'soar by 20%' during World Padel Tour

Ivan Gelibter

Friday to assess the impact with local firms. This week's Vuelta cycling tour is expected to boost local economy More than 15,000 people attended the Cervezas Victoria-sponsored event, held from 6 to 12 August, of which almost 60 per cent were from