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11:26

National

Congreso to vote on new PM next week

SUR.

Next week is the debate and then vote by MPs on the next prime minister. Pedro Sánchez (PSOE) looks unlikely to get support or even abstention from enough other parties to get a majority and observers expect another debate and vote in September.

11:49

Local

Town hall estimates 20 hectares were burned in Marbella fire

SUR

Marbella town hall estimates that the fire on scrubland near the Bello Horizonte development on Thursday night last week (22 August) destroyed a total of 20 hectares (49 acres) of land. Emergency services began receiving reports of smoke, that

12:11

Local

A week against plastic

Iván gelibter

Greenpeace. The initiative, which runs until 9 June, has been encouraging consumers to avoid buying single-use plastic for a week. In this way it raises the question of what would happen if society came together and stopped buying foods and products that use ... for alternatives,” the organisation stated. Greenpeace hopes, therefore, to change society’s mentality and promote a plastic-free future. “When you’re really conscious of the amount of plastic packaging you use and throw out each week, and what that ... means for our sea life and environment, [...] you can’t carry on consuming it in the same way. When that happens, a challenge that initially was only for one week, becomes a lifestyle, not only for you, but also for the people around you,” added the

15:25

Opinion

Poison chalice

ANDREW J. LINN

...that Britain needed, what are now mostly third-world countries are unlikely to be the answer as far as basic or even non-basic needs are concerned. WINE OF THE WEEK El Chozo 2016 When the Pérez Pascuas brothers set up this bodega in 1980 they had ... any animal welfare activist scream. So it is hardly surprising that last week it was acknowledged that nearly all the wines made in the US have dangerously high levels of glyphosate, thanks to Roundup, a pesticide made by Monsanto. The highest

16:59

Local

A week of activities organised to mark Stonewall anniversary

SUR

Rincón de la Victoria has been holding a series of activities this week in the lead up to today's LGBTI+ Pride day, which is being held across the globe to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots in New York on 28 June 1969. Speaking at ... the progamme launch on Monday, deputy mayor, Antonio Fernández, said the objective of the week was to, "inform and give greater visibility to the LGTBI+ collective," and that people should be able to "live with pride and dignity." Three LGTBI+

13:04

LifeStyle

First-class acts hit the summer stage

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ

The Starlite festival in Marbella has already seen a host of performances by some of the great names in music, including The Beach Boys, Kool & The Gang, Sting and Jamie Cullum; this week it has been the turn of Luis Fonsi, James Rhodes, Katie Melua ... between songs except for thank the audience for their applause. David Bisbal returned to the Starlite stage and a sellout concert on Tuesday. Starlite continues next week with more stars lined up including British pop star Jessi J on 16 August. The ... musical highlight of the week, however, had to be the Jennifer Lopez concert on Thursday night on the Marenostrum stage in Fuengirola.

11:51

Gibraltar

HMS Echo paid a visit to Gibraltar this week

D. B.

HMS Echo arrived in Gibraltar on Tuesday, and was scheduled to take part in activities in support of Maritime Week. Plymouth-based Echo is the first of two multi-role hydrographic survery ships commissioned by the Royal Navy. The ship was

13:20

Local

Former Las Pirámides hotel to reopen this week

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

The emblematic Las Pirámides hotel in Fuengirola is to reopen this week, 50 years after it was originally built. The Barceló hotel chain purchased the building and has invested 15 million euros in its complete transformation. The new four-star hotel