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11:36

Local

Road accidents and tailbacks mar May Day

Mónica Pérez marbella

Taxi drivers, transport companies and private motorists have urged the authorities to reach an agreement to solve the fresh wave of traffic jams hitting Marbella at the start of the tourist season. Four accidents on the A-7 around Marbella on the

22:06

Local

Beach recovery operation takes a hit from this week's storm

Nieves Castro

After the sudden burst of sunshine and high temperatures of last weekend, Marbella council, with a budget of 1.3 million euros provided by the central environmental ministry, initiated a project to restore the town’s storm-damaged beaches. However, t

19:21

National

Thousands take to the streets in Catalonia's Diada day rally

Catalonian independence supporters took to the streets on Monday for the annual Diada de Cataluña "national day" rally. With the controversial referendum planned for 1 October this year's march gained greater significance as a demonstration of supp

18:01

Education

Getting the most out of youth

Rachel Haynes

...last year, including the annual fundraising bag-packing session at Iceland and the chance to host a Scout on an exchange visit from Italy. So next time you spot those red and yellow scarves around town, give them a wave - they're bound to be doing

12:12

Local

Sunday's storm causes widespread damage

A. P. aXARQUÍA

Although the Axarquía escaped the worst of Sunday's storm, high winds and large waves caused widespread damage along the coast. Torre del Mar, Caleta, Almayate and Chilches were the worst affected places, with beach bars suffering material damage and

13:58

LifeStyle

The art that didn't please the diocese

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ

...the right to free expression. UAVA president Tete Álvarez said that such “censorship” is out of place in the 21st century, and that “as artists we are very worried about this wave of puritanism”. One of the curators of the exhibition, Juan Ramón

12:21

Local

Last detained immigrants leave Archidona's prison building

FERNANDO TORRES

...detention centres were full. The move sparked a wave of protests over the supposedly inappropriate use of the prison for migrants that came to a head recently with the suicide of one of the immigrants and increasing violence among those held inside.

10:42

Local

Man attacked and kidnapped on busy Estepona street is found dead in Algeciras

CHARO MÁRQUEZ / JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

Investigators are not ruling out any motive, but suspect that this is the latest in a wave of score-settling crimes between rival drug gangs who are becoming bolder in their activities on the Costa del Sol. At 10.30pm on Tuesday night the stretch of Avenida

18:40

Sport

Too farfetched to predict

Rob Palmer

...are haunting an eerie stadium. Average crowds are down by six thousand per game and the only sales that have rocketed are those of white handkerchiefs for the disengaged supporters to wave in frustration at the end of matches. Worst of all, there

10:46

LifeStyle

Rocking from Solihull to Spain

Tony Bryant

...youngster. Martin was 14 when punk rock exploded onto the scene and, like many bored teenagers of that time, he knew instantly that this was the music revolution he had been waiting for. As the new wave spread through the UK, Martin saw the opportunity to

12:18

Local

Unfinished building on A-7 could be Marbella's new courthouse

Héctor Barbotta

...base. The 15,000-square-metre property was never completed and was embargoed as part of the wave of corruption scandals linked to Marbella council known as Operation Malaya that came to a head a decade ago. Juan Antonio Roca, former town planning

17:28

Travel

Travels with my smartphone

Jennie Rhodes

Escaping the heat of Malaga for a ten-day trip around the Baltics would, in normal circumstances, have been heaven, except that I managed to time it in the middle of the pan-European heat wave. Still, it made packing easy and with my cabin-size ... when I really feel I need to. I stuff money and credit cards in my underwear (I am trusting that this won't bring on a wave of unprecedented muggings along the Costa) and touch wood, so far, have not experienced anything untoward. My lone female ... the Lithuanian capital at the same time as the rain, which finally broke the European heat wave. It was another two-nighter in Vilnius, where I joined the free walking tour led by Vytauté, who gave an insightful and often humorous guided walk around

14:59

Opinion

Sad and surreal

Mark Nayler

After the turmoil of the last month, it was refreshing to hear some entirely predictable news this week. Spain's National Institute of Statistics (INE) confirmed that the country's third-quarter growth was at 0.8%, slightly down from the 0.9% posted