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OF 17 participants in a special work training programme at Alhaurín de la Torre prison, 15 have now found jobs outside of prison, and 10 of them…
MUST-have Christmas toys may change from year to year, but there's one item that's been a mainstay on present lists for generations - a puppy. We all…
THE JUNTA de Andalucía is seeking support from the Public Works Ministry for the creation of a train service from Málaga to El Chorro, the Antequera area…
Thursday, 18 December 2014 10:28

Civil War exhumation bungle

THE much-publicised exhumation of Civil War victims at a mass grave in Almería was brought to an abrupt halt last week after experts confirmed they did not…
THREE people have been arrested and two others named as suspects in the break-up of a group that allegedly sold illegally caught red tuna and other fish…
Wednesday, 17 December 2014 16:31

MALAGA ANIMAL CIRCUS BAN

THE promise came during a meeting last Sunday between Francisco de la Torre and a recently-constituted collective of animal protection groups. Interested parties across the province will…
Tuesday, 16 December 2014 10:11

Local charity rehomes 1,000th animal

THERE were some very, very special passengers on a flight from Málaga to Amsterdam last Saturday.   Onboard were four young rescue dogs on their way to…
MIJAS town hall has put out a call to owners of rural properties in the town to allow herds of sheep to graze on their land in…
Monday, 15 December 2014 08:36

King sets new family rules

THE  King has moved to distance the Royal family from the scandal of corruption presently encircling Spain's political sector. Felipe VI announced that family members would no…
HOME sales to foreign buyers in Málaga province in the first half of this year reached higher levels the in the same period of 2007, the year…
ACCOUNTS filed by Bankia ahead of its stock market listing in 2011 "did not present a faithful picture of the company," according to a report from the…
Thursday, 11 December 2014 09:54

Britons survive Málaga arson attack

A BRITISH couple and their two young children have escaped uninjured after the Málaga building they were staying in was the target of arsonists, it was revealed…
Thursday, 11 December 2014 07:39

The petrol price conundrum

WHILE Costa motorists have been enjoying increasingly cheaper petrol in recent months, the price drop at the pump has come nowhere near matching the plummeting price of…
CONSUMERS are being called on to flip the switch against abuses in the power supply sector. Consumer watchdog FACUA wants all electrical appliances to be switched off…
THE National Police have arrested five people in the break-up a crime gang that has been linked to at least 10 break-in home robberies in Málaga province.…
THE average stay in hospital for patients in Málaga province has been reduced by over 18 per cent over the last decade, thanks in part to advances…
ALHAURÍN de la Torre is set to challenge the Junta de Andalucía over maps that were drawn up by the regional Environment Department outlining flood zones along…
Monday, 08 December 2014 07:53

Bogus doctor scandal

AN  investigation has been launched into the case of a woman who passed herself off as a doctor in Murcia and Almería for more than 10 years…
THE Mijas chapter of the environmental group Ecologistas en Accion has filed a complaint with the EU over the shorefront footpath being built in the town, which…
A GROUP of ladies belonging to a Los Boliches church have been doing their bit to put a smile on the faces of poverty-stricken children across the…
Friday, 05 December 2014 08:14

Theatre group’s tax porn protest

AN ALL-female Madrid theatre company is reported to having taken a stand against the high level of value added tax (IVA) charged on tickets.  It has become…
CHILDREN on Gibraltar thinking of asking Santa for a toy ‘drone’ aircraft for Christmas may want to change their wish list. The Gibraltar government has announced that…
Thursday, 04 December 2014 10:00

Ebola doctor to sue survivor

ONE of the doctors who was first to examine Spanish Ebola sufferer Teresa Romero is taking legal action against her. The doctor, who claims Romero did not…
Thursday, 04 December 2014 08:15

Counting the cost of the Costa’s tornado

THE small but violent tornado that left a wake of destruction in its path as it swept through parts of Torremolinos, Churriana and the Málaga airport zone…
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