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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

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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