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17:05

LifeStyle

“Our research opens the door to hope for a cure for Type 1 diabetes”

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

years. From the results obtained so far, could this drug lead to a cure for Type 1 diabetes? In the experiments on mice, it gave the impression that the regenerative effect of the cells could potentially lead to a cure. But of course it remains to be

16:18

Local

Poor state of former McDonalds in Fuengirola raises concerns

Residents and business owners are pleading with the council to do something with a large abandoned restaurant unit on the seafront in the heart of Fuengirola. Up until ten years ago, the property was home to a local branch of McDonalds but since ... bars in the neighbouring port area often use it as a toilet. “All the local authorities, from the town hall to the Junta, have ignored this site for years,” said one local restaurant owner. The spokesperson for the Ciudadanos party in Fuengirola

23:10

Local

Horizonte Proyecto Hombre reveals progress of technology addiction programme

NIEVES CASTRO

...technologies. Staff at Horizonte Proyecto Hombre Marbella have spent years trying to solve these problems. The director of the association, Jaime Álvarez, highlights that his organisation increasingly doesn't just work with drug addicts, but also provides the ... necessary resources for people who are hooked on other things to retake control of their lives. “Addiction to technology isn't a new phenomenon. It started several years ago but it is steadily growing. We only have to look at reports from the National ... offer, one in particular caters for teenagers, young people between the ages of 13 and 18 years, who have fallen victim to a substance-less addiction: video games, tablets, mobile phones, social networks, online gambling or any other type of addictive

13:27

LifeStyle

Gold, Pearl and Silver celebrations for the Arts

Jennie Rhodes

This year is a special one for the Arts Society, Formerly Nadfas (National Association of Decorative & Fine Arts Societies), both in Malaga and internationally; the latter is celebrating 50 years this year, while the Costa del Sol branch, which was ... years to do so and she recalls that there was a lot of enthusiasm for the idea. While there were already branches of Nadfas in other European countries, Sue was the founding member of the first Spain-based society. She recalls with humour the ... 2002. Five years later, Roberta Kettel who lives in Nerja, was approached by some people who had been attending the meetings in Fuengirola. The suggestion was to start a Nerja branch as regular trips to the other side of the province were not ideal.

16:26

National

Chaves becomes second former Junta boss before the ERE judge

SUR

In his grilling this week, Chaves denied any detailed knowledge of what money was being paid out. “There were 150 programmes in the budget and the regional cabinet couldn't discuss each one,” he claimed. The prosecution is asking for ten years

17:05

LifeStyle

An answer for Chloe

Nieves Castro

The fight for Chloe's life began eight years ago. Over this time, Jorgelina Borda has visited countless hospitals, laboratories, institutions and scientific foundations in search of a diagnosis for the vicious combination of symptoms that affect her ... one in Holland and one in Germany). The discovery opens the door to finding a treatment for this mitochondrial illness“I might spend the next 20 years looking for something I don't find, but at least now I know” The road to diagnosis Chloe was ... latest discovery. Already, both of Chloe's legs have turned inwards and she has began to exhibit some minor memory issues. Frustration Jorgelina is still in shock. “I've spent over seven years fighting against everyone, writing to doctors and

15:56

Local

The price of luxury properties in Marbella has doubled since 2011

Héctor Barbotta

...fourth Spanish province in terms of property sales in 2017 (30,064 compared with 15,917 in the Balearic Islands), behind only Madrid, Barcelona and Alicante. Two years earlier According to the '2018 report on the Marbella property market', the ... recovery of the residential market in this area began in 2012, two years earlier than the country as a whole, which is why it is now more consolidated than other regions. At present, the new-build sector is starting to pick up again, but it is a gradual ... process. In 2017 the College of Architects of Malaga approved 4,895 plans for new properties, but this was only 10.88 per cent of the 45,000 which were approved ten years previously. The segments of the market which are the strongest and most solid at

13:13

Local

Fifteen years for Dane who strangled wife with phone charger cable

Á. F. / J. C.

A court in Malaga has sentenced a Danish man to 15 years in prison for the murder of his partner in a Torre del Mar hotel room in 2015. As reported in SUR in English last week, the man, 54, denied killing her, saying that the couple practised

13:11

Local

Marbella drunk driver who tried to bribe Guardia Civil officers faces three years

J. C. / Á. F.

Public prosecutors in Malaga are calling for three and a half years in prison for a man accused of threatening road safety and bribery. According to reports from the Guardia Civil, a 65-year-old Hungarian man was spotted driving “erratically” at ... offered the officers twenty euros so they would drop the case. The prosecution is calling for fines totalling 14,400 euros, for his driving licence to be revoked for two years, and for him to serve a three-and-a-half-year prison sentence for attempted

15:34

LifeStyle

20 April 1992: The opening of the 1992 Universal Exposition of Seville

BEN CLARKE

Sofía, Prince Felipe and the Infantas Elena and Cristina. 1992 was a particularly significant year for the city as it marked 500 years since the first voyage of Christopher Columbus from Seville in search of trade routes with India and China. What he ... found instead was the New World, today known as Latin America, much of which would remain under Spanish control for four hundred years. The Expo's motto was 'The Era of Discoveries'. The Expo itself was an incredibly ambitious project which represented ... city of the future, designed to show the success of a new Spain that had flourished in the 17 years since the end of Franco's dictatorship. The event's director, Manuel Olivencia, prevented the United States from having the largest pavilion, stating in

17:01

LifeStyle

The Costa del Sol hospital launches a campaign to treat lazy eye in children

Nieves Castro

...originates in the brain at a cortical level. Certain situations can lead to a problem with communication between the cerebral cortex and the eye during the first years of life due to a problem with development, which is commonly known as a lazy eye. ... benefited by early diagnosis. If this is delayed, and the problem is not detected until the child is between 10 and 12 years old, their vision is likely to be worse than it would otherwise have been. In fact, it is unlikely that doctors will be able to do

15:59

Local

Coín street race raises funds for sufferers of fibromyalgia

TONY BRYANT

...of fibromyalgia. The men's section of the race was won by Javier Díaz Carretero, who finished with a time of 00.31.52. In second place, and only six seconds behind the winner, was Mounir Elouardi, who has won the race for the past three years

18:28

Local

Ten years protecting the Costa from the sun

MÓNICA PÉREZ

...decades after the first awareness and prevention campaigns were carried out. On the Costa del Sol the first steps were taken ten years ago on a mammoth task: making people realise that the climate we so enjoyed posed a risk to our skin if we didn't use our ... skin cancer cases has not stopped increasing in recent years. Fifteen years ago our Dermatology department detected 30, now we have 130 patients with melanoma. The numbers keep growing, but that is partly because the campaigns are having an effect,” ... says Magdalena de Troya, the head of the hospital's Dermatology department and alma mater of the protection campaign. Her message today is the same as it was ten years ago: “We are not trying to scare or alarm anybody, we just want them to be aware of

16:30

Local

Who do we all live with?

NURIA TRIGUERO

...there used to be 228,000, have decreased in three years to 223,000. The ageing population and fall in birth rate are behind both these changes. Over-65s Speaking of the ageing population, how do the 300,000 over-65s in Malaga live? The survey shows ... per cent). In addition, this proportion has dropped in the past three years, which can be considered good news when compared with the alarming data about loneliness among elderly people in other countries and regions. The figures show that 10.5 per ... past three years the numbers have dropped. Eight out of every ten families of this type are headed by women: 38 per cent are widows and 27 per cent are divorced.

15:52

Sport

Pressure piles on Al-Thani as date is set for BlueBay case

A. GÓNGORA / S. CORTÉS

...invalid. The trial was originally due to start two years ago before Al-Thani's lawyers lodged a criminal complaint for falsehood and misappropriation against former Malaga CF directors Abdullah Ghubn and Moayad Shatat, and the head of BlueBay, Jamal

15:40

Sport

"The accident didn't change me at all"

SUSANA ZAMORA

...finished his Law degree, worked as a solicitor, married, had two children and even took up golf again, 20 years after the accident. The day he became European adapted golf champion was one of the happiest of his life. “If I look back at things I have ... circumstances before. You have to accept your problems, and learn to live with them. Time is our great ally, because it teaches us that we can always get over things,” says Sebas, who has been touring Spain for the past five years, giving conferences on ... change in lifestyle, when he stopped practising law after 13 years and decided to follow his own advice and do what he wanted to do. In the blog he encourages people, almost as a doctrine, to be happy with what they have and not wait for something to

17:04

LifeStyle

Infant screen addiction

DOMÈNICO CHIAPPE

He's eleven years old, goes to a Catholic school in the centre of a large city and is the youngest child of a well-to-do middle class family. Formerly a football player, he now won't attend his extracurricular classes or go to catechism. He plays on ... it an economic risk. Lucía Galán Bertrand, paediatrician at the Vithas Medimar International Hospital in Alicante elaborates, “screens are highly addictive. Within a few years we'll suffer the consequences.” The doctor is no stranger to this issue:

16:33

Local

Only 16 per cent of occupied homes are rented

NURIA TRIGUERO

...recent years. Of the homes which are owned, it is noticeable that six out of ten have no mortgage, either because it has been paid off or because the property has been inherited or gifted. With regard to age of properties, it can be seen that those in

17:02

LifeStyle

Creating a buzz at the landfill

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

To say that bees play an essential role in the biodiversity and the balance of the natural environment is nothing new. Nor is the message from scientists that the bee population is diminishing on a global level (an estimated 37% in recent years

16:52

LifeStyle

Volunteers needed for charity shop

ASH BOLTON

...who started fundraising for the organisation by hosting garden parties at her home and selling donated items. Sharon, 68, who is originally from Yorkshire, and has lived in Spain for the past five years, said: “I was getting so many donated items