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17:28

Travel

Travels with my smartphone

Jennie Rhodes

Escaping the heat of Malaga for a ten-day trip around the Baltics would, in normal circumstances, have been heaven, except that I managed to time it in the middle of the pan-European heat wave. Still, it made packing easy and with my cabin-size ... newfound friend, Marián, who is originally from Vélez-Málaga, "I need to get off at that stop too so you can come with me to the train station when we get off the plane," she proffered in Spanish. Result. While I love a bit of solo travel, and managed to ... until the small hours of the following morning. My lone female traveller instinct went into overdrive again having only ever arrived in Tallinn once, many years ago, with an ex-boyfriend in tow and via the ferry from Helsinki. Also in broad daylight as I

11:55

Local

Charity appeals for help with abandoned pets

ASH BOLTON

A Sotogrande charity is appealing for donations and volunteers to help look after a large number of abandoned cats. The Sotogrande Cat Care Society (SOCCS) works with local people and businesses to help manage the numerous cat colonies in and around ... Sotogrande. ·www.soccs.es / contact@soccs.es Volunteers currently feed around 140 cats a day as well as neutering the animals in order to help keep their populations down. Now charity bosses are asking for financial help from locals to deal with the large ... originally from the United States, added that the charity also needs help with fostering, fundraising and administration. SOCCS, which was started around a year ago and has around 25 volunteers, estimates that there are around 100 cats around Sotogrande that

16:27

Local

Marbella to go green with three vertical gardens

Mónica Pérez

Councillors in Marbella are planning to install three giant vertical gardens in prominent sites in the municipality. The aim is to improve the image of places with a lot of traffic and replace advertising hoardings with plants. The three ... Avenida del Mar near the old town. The plant displays will be watered by a system that recycles unused irrigation water and will take two months to put up once the contract is awarded The work has been put out to tender with a budget of 150,000

14:04

Local

Western Costa renews water provision deal with Campo de Gibraltar

Mónica Pérez

A deal which secures a minimum of seven cubic hectometres of drinking water for the western Costa del Sol has been renewed for another four years. The agreement, struck in 2013 between the Mancomunidad of the western Costa del Sol and that of the C

13:05

Local

Marbella to increase budget by 15% with 30 million euros for public works

Héctor Barbotta

Next year's municipal budget in Marbella will increase by 15 per cent, to 283 million euros, the town's mayor Ángeles Muñoz has announced. This increase is thanks to, above all, the arrival of European EDUSI funds, the settled debt with the ... result in a budget amendment. Muñoz stressed that the budgets again supported decentralisation, with more than 20 million euros set aside for San Pedro Alcántara. Overall, the new budget sees an increase of 17 per cent for social policies, a sum of ... mayor. The promotion of sport Increases are also planned in employment, with a rise in spending of 17 per cent, as well as 30 per cent more for the promotion of sport. In education, the budget will increase by nine per cent while 4.6 million euros

14:51

LifeStyle

End game

ANDREW J. LINN

If you are lucky enough to inherit a collection of wine, what are your options? Even if you enjoy the odd bottle or three, what do you do with 3,000 of them? Unless the intention is to drink your way to an early grave, a cool head is needed. The ... euros. In this case Sothebys did their usual efficient transformation of wine into money, but some of the wines could not be guaranteed authentic, so the widow was left with some on her hands. One of the lots rejected was French Grand Cru, Chateau Haut ... too good to open, but soon the more physically active of our little group pitched into a long-fought battle, armed only with corkscrews. Meanwhile we pondered the question. In the last decade there have been several landmark cases of buyers suing

17:00

Travel

The islands of Guernsey

Andrew Forbes

...of history from World War II with which few are familiar, the invasion of the Channel Islands. This was the only time when British territory was occupied by the Nazis. Island inspiration For the past decade Mary Ann Shaffer's novel (completed by ... with little to eat. All animals were sent to feed the Nazi troops. Now the islands of Guernsey and Alderney are foodie destinations, recognised for slow food; menus inspired by foraged ingredients; and artisan food producers from pig breeders, dairy ... farmers, cider makers and gin distillers. Channel Island dairy is of course world renowned. Guernsey dairy cows, with their distinctive coats of reddish-brown and white patches are said to be among the best in the world. From the artisan butter on the

15:06

Opinion

Killing with kindness

Peter Edgerton

Toot!" An old bloke with the happiest face in the world pulled up. "Pedro! Hop in, etc." I'd never seen him before in my life but got into the car, thanking him profusely through gritted teeth. We chatted about the Spain of fifty years ago and

16:11

LifeStyle

The Hospital Civil welcomes Da Vinci, the robot surgeon

Ángel Escalera

...operations. The minister also explained that the surgeon does not operate directly himself but by using a console placed close to the patient which allows him to have a 3D image. Da Vinci is equipped with arms that can operate with great precision and reach ... places in the body that are very difficult to access with other surgical techniques. All this means improvements for the patient, who will have fewer incisions, less bleeding and postoperative pain and also require less blood transfusions. At the

14:20

LifeStyle

Costa del Sol mourns death of 60s wild child, Shelagh Tennant

Tony Bryant

...first English pubs in Torremolinos, died last Friday after a short battle with cancer. Shelagh's Bar was one of the liveliest venues in Torremolinos during the 1960s and attracted both local expat residents and a string of visiting celebrities. Shelagh ... arrived in Torremolinos in the early 1960s with her mother, Marion Wrottesley, a socialite that married the heir of a barony and hobnobbed with everyone from The Rolling Stones to Somerset Maugham and the Kray Twins. At the age of 20, Shelagh defied ... Torremolinos Chic, told SUR in English, "Friendship is not just measured by time. I knew Shelagh for little more than two years, yet in that time she showed me how to deal with life. It was two years of fun. It was a privilege to share this time with her, and