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09:37

Sport

Final-day win seals Copa place for Marbella

opta

Marbella will compete in the Copa del Rey next season after a 2-1 victory in Jumilla on Sunday secured the side a seventh-place finish. With San Fernando also winning in their final-day clash against Almeria B, only a win would have done for David ... were much the better side in the second half as nerves struck the hosts once again with everyone in the ground also following developments in the Don Benito-Granada and Atlético Sanluqueño-Badajoz matches. Montero then started his own personal battle ... with Jumilla keeper Iván Martínez. Firstly, he had a shot from a tight angle repelled by the stopper before having a header, bound for the bottom right corner, acrobatically caught. However, the Marbella forward was not to be denied again. With eight

15:48

Sport

Traditional jábegas league returns with 13 regattas and a new competitor

ENRIQUE MIRANDA

This centuries-old tradition, with its roots back in Phoenician times, returns in 2019, bigger than ever. The Liga de Jábegas, a series of regattas involving boats traditionally used for fishing in the area, will run from 25 May until the end of ... August, with a total of 13 races and a new competitor. The Benalmádena regatta makes a return this year while students from the provincial school will take to the water for the first time. This eighth edition was officially presented at the Diputación ... building in Malaga on Wednesday where it was announced that the first regatta, with four competing categories, will take place at El Candado (Malaga) on 25 May.

15:53

Opinion

Bring on the meteorite

ANTONIO ORTÍN

...that has led us historically to join in the criticism before listening to the other side. In reality, social media has replaced the bravado of bar talk, ignited by Soberano, with the fast and intense fingers of Twitter, encouraged by the always ... cowardly anonymity. This combines with the ignorance-fuelled audacity that causes many to lose their fear of making a fool of themselves. That leaves us with an explosive cocktail that has filled the world with idiots with airs of experts. This has come ... much to ask in this day and age when we're following a trial in which a specimen of those who call themselves YouTubers justifies making fun of a homeless man in front of the camera of his mobile phone with the excuse that it was just "a joke". This

15:11

LifeStyle

17 May 2005: The first International Day Against Homophobia

GEORGIE KENNY

...including 37 where same-sex relations are still illegal. It is particularly prominent in European and Latin American countries, with Spain being one of the main participants. Throughout major cities such as Madrid, marches and celebrations are held ... people. Biphobia was added to the name of the campaign in 2015. Large-scale street marches, parades and festivals are now very common throughout the world on 17 May. Arts and culture are also prominent, with movements such as Love Music Hate ... turn provides a unique opportunity to take action and engage in dialogue with the media, policy makers, public opinion, and wider society. After all, there are over 70 countries in the world where same-sex relationships are still illegal; in around 10

23:06

Local

Axarquía to be home to international flight school

Eugenio Cabezas

Vélez-Málaga mayor Antonio Ferrer along with councillor María Santana, signed a contract with the company Axarquía Aviation Park on Tuesday which paves the way for a flight school in the Axarquía. The town hall sold a plot of land at the Parque ... Tecnoalimentario in Trapiche for 419,793 euros, with options for the company to purchase more land in the future. The project will comprise an academy and residence and a "pioneering" flight simulator is also set to be installed by the end of this year. Director

11:48

Local

New bus route to link La Cañada and Miraflores after surge in demand

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

A new bus route will start operating in Marbella this Saturday, running from the Bello Horizonte area to La Cañada shopping centre. The route will also pass through the town centre and the Miraflores neighbourhood. The 6B route will allow resident

14:32

Local

Vélez man suspected of arson attacks arrested

Eugenio Cabezas

A 28-year-old local man was arrested in the early hours of Saturday morning after being found with a lighter near a burning container in Vélez-Málaga. The arrest comes after a new wave of arson attacks on bins, cars and wasteland in the town.

13:57

LifeStyle

A boy with leukemia has been cured by a new genetic treatment

SUR

Dr Miquel Pons, the hospital's medical director, and Dr Susana Rives, the haematologist who has been treating the little boy. They explained the way the treatment had been used. Álvaro was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia when he was very ... recovered and is now living normally with his parents and younger sister. CAR-T 19 is a therapy which helps the patient's immune system to recognise, attack and destroy cancer cells in a guided manner. It consists of extracting blood from the patient by ... around the world on CAR-T 19, with 16 paediatric patients. Of those patients, 80 per cent responded positively to the treatment.

13:54

LifeStyle

GPs test a scheme to spend more time with each patient

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

GPs in health centres in La Axarquía, Antequera and the Costa del Sol are testing a new scheme from the regional government's ministry of Health this week that means that they are able to spend more time with each patient. The aim is to restructure ... the doctors' working day and improve the service in general. Doctors at the Vélez Sur, Algarrobo, Antequera, Antequera-Estación and La Lobilla health centres have been told they can now spend at least seven minutes with each patient, half an hour a ... day on tele-medicine, 15 minutes for programmed and complicated patients and also make time for research and training. Under the new plan, GPs will see a maximum of 30 patients with pre-booked appointments a day, which in some cases is about half