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17:42

Opinion

Garbage control

PETER HARRISON

Inspecting the contents of dustbins is not a habit of mine but recent high winds leave me no option. When the wind topples unstable bins, the scattered contents make easy pickings for hungry homeless animals. Many local authorities have replaced old

19:33

Local

Laguna Village shopping complex in Estepona 'burned to the ground' in forest fire

fernando torres / europa press

...them south, setting fire to one of the buildings in the Laguna Village complex, where the roofs are made of wood. According to witnesses, the flames then carried from one building to another, helped by the wind, before reaching the Kempinski hotel. ... that those evacuated from their homes would soon be able to return with the wind helping to carry the smoke away quickly.

20:42

Local

Temperatures get close to 42 degrees on the eastern Costa del Sol

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The forecasts were right and the Costa del Sol, especially Malaga city, was hit by extreme heat in the middle part of this week. A dry, warm westerly wind, known as the Terral, swept down the Guadalhorce valley. On Wednesday it was 38.6 degrees ... highest temperature in Spain for Thursday. However other parts of the Costa, sheltered from the inland wind by coastal hills, had remarkably cooler temperatures, with 28ºC in Fuengirola at the same time. Forecasters said the extreme inland heat in ... the province would not last and the wind will change to a Levante (easterly) wind on Friday. Saturday morning will be cloudy with some spots of rain possible.

14:16

Opinion

It's an ill wind...

ANDREW J. LINN

...it’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good. Online food and wine suppliers are having a field day throughout Europe, and delivery services like Uber Eats, Deliveroo, MacDelivery, etc, cannot believe their good luck. Most expect to make more

21:10

National

The phases of Spain's plan to wind down Covid-19 restrictions

SUR

The Spanish government has devised a staged plan to guide the country gradually into a "new normal" after weeks of lockdown. Regions and provinces are moving through the phases at different speeds, but will spend at least two weeks in each phase from

10:29

Local

Casares forest fire damage limited by sudden wind change

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

British resident of nearby Puerto de la Cruz, spoke of his surprise on returning to his home and finding it intact the day after the blaze. According to both George and Helmut Singer, a German national also resident nearby, a sudden change in wind

13:53

Opinion

I got you over my skin

Peter Edgerton

A frozen wind whips in off the wild Atlantic and cuts through the historic granite streets of Aberdeen, and one thirty-five-year-old resident of the town decides that this would be the perfect time to pop a light jacket on and head down to her local

13:46

Local

A Chorus Line gathers wind in its sails prior to opening at Soho theatre

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Preparations for the upcoming production of A Chorus Line at the Soho Caixabank Theatre in Malaga are picking up speed. The musical, to be launched by actor Antonio Banderas as the opening show in his new theatre project, opens on 18 October in Mal

11:39

Local

Wind and heat spread two fires in under 24 hours

Eugenio Cabezas

Emergency services were called to two separate fires in the Torrox area last weekend. The first broke out in a field of stubble by the Torrox to Cómpeta road, while the second started in greenhouses in the Pecho la Torre area of El Morche. Both ar

10:25

Local

Endesa to start work on its sixth wind farm in Malaga province

IGNACIO LILLO

Malaga province's capacity to produce renewable energy continues to grow. The electricity provider Endesa, through its renewable division Green Power Spain, has this week received authorisation to build a new wind farm, generating 34.6 megawatts of ... people. Endesa will carry out training in the area regarding the operation and maintenance of solar and wind farms. The turbines will be installed using the "sustainable construction site" system of Enel green power, which incorporates the use of ... project. Malaga is the second Andalusian province, after Cadiz, to produce the most electricity using wind turbines, according to data carried out by the Association of Renewable Energies of Andalucía (Claner). The province produces 606 megawatts of

10:32

Local

Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior stops off in Malaga

Sur in english

...visitors who wanted to see what life is like aboard the vessel and learn about ways people can combat climate change. The ship, which left Malaga on Wednesday, runs on wind energy instead of fossil fuels.

10:57

Education

The best primary poems

...other one was playing the piano you could hear the whistle of the wind mixing with the music in the breeze. On the carefully painted walls rested two pictures, Each one a memory. In the most wonderful of them all. The curtains were as ... glance in a day, I could see everybody the same way. At every moment, every time I am spying on you, don't be shy. Elena Monteroso, Year 6 Swans Primary School Monsoon The rain refused to stop As the wind yelled and howled My

14:39

Local

Estepona mayor aims to fast track Laguna Village rebuild in time for Easter

FERNANDO TORRES / JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN / EP

Padrón river caused the fire, which was fanned by the wind across to the beach side of the A-7 coastal motorway. The rough structure was 'hooked up illegally' to the mains around 100 metres away by the couple, with power cables running along the ground,

14:26

Local

A fantastic summer for swimming in the sea

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...to the winds. "The persistent Levante wind in recent weeks, combined with high ambient temperatures, is the reason the water is warmer," says Manuel Vargas, who is a scientist at the Malaga Oceanographic Centre. The Levante wind As he ... explains, this Levante wind pushes the surface water towards the coast, which is warm from the sun. On the other hand, the Poniente winds which bring the dreaded Terral with them have the opposite effect, dragging the surface layer of the sea away from the

16:44

National

Power companies confirm plan to phase out nuclear power by 2035

JOSÉ M. CAMARERO / NEIL HESKETH

...nuclear capacity agreed on a proposed exit timetable. The government will now be asked to approve the companies' plan to wind down the five plants with seven reactors still remaining and their investment plan for handling nuclear waste in the meantime.

14:56

Local

New wind farm planned for Sierra de Yeguas to power 2,700 homes

Fernando TORRES

The Seville firm Lorte SL has become involved in a new project in Malaga province involving the creation of a new wind farm in Sierra de Yeguas. It will be situated in an area known as El Puntal, next to the Sierra de los Caballos, which already has ... a wind farm built by the same company. Jorge Loring, an engineer from Ge&Pe who is developing the necessary technology alongside Lotte, has said that the park will generate enough electricity to power 2,700 homes and will require a 15-million euro

12:13

Local

Three luxury cruise ships in a day bring high-end tourists to Malaga

IGNACIO LILLO

The capital of the Costa del Sol was visited by three of the most luxurious cruise ships in the market in a single day on Wednesday. Although the three vessels, Wind Star, Ocean Majesty and Seadream II are considerably smaller that the mega cruise ... ships often spotted in Malaga's harbour, these ocean liners are highly sought-after because of their quality interiors and extra levels of service. Perhaps the best known is the Wind Star, a four-mast sailing boat that launched Malaga's smaller second

14:46

Local

Fallen trees disrupt traffic during morning of strong gusts of wind

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Fire brigades around the region were swamped with calls on Monday morning due to problems caused by the strong winds and rain that hit the Costa del Sol and inland areas. Most of the call-outs were due to fallen trees or parts of trees blocking roa

11:03

Education

Secondary poems

The way the waves would crash against the shore, The way seagulls would dive into the turquoise sea, Reemerging with a struggling fish between its jaws. The way the sunlight danced on the sea like gold, The smell of salt floating off of the wind ... world behind the dreaded window, You could hear and see the fun and joy, But never sing with the wind, Or dance with the waves that crashed against the shore. My memory is fading but I remember. Isabella Barling, age 13 Sotogrande International

11:32

LifeStyle

The Poppy Appeal and much more as we wind down for Christmas

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Salon Varietés Auditions for Musical Hall Sad farewell to popular British expat The Salon Varietés theatre in Fuengirola is holding auditions for their new show 'Olde Tyme Music Hall Rip-Roaring Revue' on Friday 10 November. Male and f

15:15

What to do

Prepare to let your hair down for carnival

Tony Bryant

Towns along the Costa del Sol, as in the rest of Andalucía and Spain, are gearing up for Carnival, the first major festival of the year after the Three Kings wind up Christmas. Traditionally celebrated in the week before Ash Wednesday, carnival is

17:30

Local

Jellyfish invasion forces Costa beaches to close

B. GUTIÉRREZ / R. APARICIO

The east wind, known as the 'Levante', has been pushing a plague of jellyfish back on to the Costa del Sol this week, after similar incidents earlier his summer. On Wednesday much of the eastern Costa along the Axarquía was affected, with yellow ... flags raised, advising swimming with caution, and in Malaga city itself the red flag was displayed. By Thursday, the Levante wind had pushed the invertebrate animals, which can cause nasty stings when in contact with human skin, towards the western

11:44

Education

The best primary stories

...been walking for longer than they could remember. They were starving and thirsty. The wind was cold and cruel and the seas and rivers were piled high with plastic and rubbish. They tried many times to fish for food but all of the fish had become extinct

11:42

LifeStyle

Pruning roses

Denise Bush

Light pruning of roses now will help to prevent wind damage in the interim before the hard pruning in winter. The warm autumn has meant that many roses have continued to grow unchecked and have developed long, whippy stems. In high winds these

17:02

Sport

Top cyclists kick off their tour of Spain on the Costa del Sol

MARINA RIVAS

The 'Vuelta' never forgets Malaga. In fact, this is the 30th time that the famous international cycle race will pass through the province, after that first time in a difficult year (1936), which was only the second time it took place. This year three

19:27

Local

Hope for CIOMijas workers as payout of three years' missing salary seems to get closer

Ivan Gelibter

...de Andalucía as majority partner and Mijas council, became embroiled in legal red tape when it tried to wind itself up. It meant the doors shut and the salaries of five remaining staff went unpaid. The last time they received pay was in late 2014 although they ... have continued to turn up for work in the disused building. Legal shortcut Despite various lawsuits against the Junta and the consortium, they had become resigned to having to wait for the wind up of the consortium before finally getting paid.

14:11

National

January's electricity bills shoot up 20 per cent compared to a year ago

JOSÉ M. CAMARERO madrid

...of cheaper wind and hydroelectric energy being generated. Also, storms in France have reduced the output of nuclear energy. The average household bill will be 63 euros in January, of which 29 euros is made up of the power cost itself. Forecast

14:51

Opinion

What if...?

Rachel Haynes

I put my mask down on the table to drink my coffee and the wind blows it away? And what if ...? What if...? What if...? Well actually there is a formula that exasperated politicians on all sides resort to after the umpteenth request for

13:52

LifeStyle

An uplifting experience over rural Malaga

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...passengers at a local hotel accompanied by his two assistants and today's pilot. Once everyone has gathered together, we are taken to the place where the balloon will take off. This is never the same, because it depends on the wind. Today, it is an expanse

12:57

What to do

The Russian Museum shows a taste for realism

Antonio Javier López

'Theatre of Flesh' (2012) and 'Wind of Change' (2017) several rooms later. Once again, the works are arranged chronologically within each different section, so visitors pass from still life to portraits, from noblemen to peasants, from impressionism to