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10:04

Travel

Mallorca

ANDREW FORBES

The Romans referred to this, the largest island of the Balearic archipelago, as 'Balearis Major' (and its smaller sister as 'Balearis Minor'). So for the Brits, this favourite holiday destination is Majorca (and its sister Minorca). But please bear w

10:30

National

The remarkable geology of Accitania

Javier almellones travel

Erosion, combined with the nature of the geology of the Hoya de Guadiz, has created an amazing landscape over millions of years; nowadays, this is a place of desert land, olive groves and even hot springs. All these can be seen around Guadix, a tow

10:31

Local

Pollution levels on the Costa del Sol are among the lowest in Spain

IGNACIO LILLO MALAGA

...private vehicles, especially in the most congested areas of cities. The worst levels occur in summer and when the 'terral' wind is blowing, for several reasons. There is more atmospheric stability, no rainfall and the Saharan intrusions also occur at

10:31

National

Electricity bills shoot up 30 per cent in a year as market costs rise

JOSÉ M. CAMARERO

The lack of wind and rain in recent weeks is being blamed for a spike in energy costs, as electricity providers are forced to buy more expensive power generated from coal or gas. The cost of electricity in the European open market, known as the ... per cent since December alone. The sudden increase is being blamed on the weather. With little rain and few storms, hydroelectric and wind generation is operating well below capacity. So-called green energy has made up only 30 percent of the supply

17:02

Opinion

The snowflake generation

Peter Edgerton

It all came as a bit of a beautiful shock when snow fell on the Costa del Sol this week. Ok, I'm sure Captain Oates wouldn't have been too discombobulated at the intensity of the falling flakes but it it was quite a moment nonetheless. Snow is pe

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

10:31

Gibraltar

Concern over emissions from CEPSA refinery last weekend

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

Thick black smoke filled the air around the CEPSA refinery on the Spanish mainland last weekend, as the result of what was reported to have been an electrical fault. As the wind direction was east/southeast at the time the smoke and fumes were blown

13:24

LifeStyle

Getting motivated

Denise Bush Lifestyle

If you haven't felt like getting out in the garden due to the cold winds (and even snow in some areas) then the return of the sunshine should give you the motivation to get out there and start preparing beds for the spring. Digging is the best way to

15:39

Sport

Malaga looking over their shoulders after latest home defeat

Daryl Finch

It's now eight games without a win for Malaga after a fortunate Espanyol side escaped with all three points at La Rosaleda on Saturday afternoon. In the weekend's early kickoff, Malaga started the brightest. Unfortunately for them, Michael Santos h

19:19

Sport

Historic win for Alejandro Valverde in the Ruta del Sol

martín colba cycling

...competitors had to battle through wind, rain and sleet during both the ascent and descent to make it across the finish line in Coín. The stage was won by Belgian Tim Wellens, but Valverde topped the podium, flanked by compatriot Alberto Contador, who came