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Coolest summer Average temperatures lowest so far this century

THIS July and August have been the coolest this century. The average temperature for the summer has been 24.7 degrees Celsius, a little higher than the averages for the years from 1971 to 2000, which were 24.2 degrees. The Meteorology Agency collects data at Malaga Airport, and in July recorded average maximum temperatures of 30.6, and no more than 35 degrees on any day. August saw the average temperature rise to 31.1 celsius.

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Finance 39 - 44 CALM: Getting back to normal after fires.

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Blaze strikes on fire anniversary

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COINCIDING with the first anniversary of one of the worst fires in history on the Costa del Sol, another fire broke out in Benahavis. The smoke and flames could be seen from the areas of Selwo and Cancelada. The fire was brought under control but not before it destroyed six hectares of land. Last year’s fire, which broke out in Barranco Blanco, Coin, extended over municipal areas and destroyed more than 8,000 hectares, forcing 4,000 people out of their homes, injuring several and killing at least two.

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One man has been charged with starting the fire. The Junta de Andalucia has invested â‚Ź1 million to clear and replant 537 hectares of trees in the area. A second phase, this time paid for by the central government, has now begun. Meanwhile, Equinatural, located in Barranco Blanco, helps abandoned horses. The location had to be changed last year due to the fire. Thanks to financial help and the offer of a UK racehorse trainer to make his stables available, they have been able to move to Finca Los Potros, also in Barranco Blanco.

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Ferry wait SOME 800 passengers were stranded in the Spanish enclave of Melilla, in North Africa, when the ferry due to transport them to Malaga broke down.

Double sale A MAN has been sentenced to three years and nine months in prison for taking €50,000 from a buyer for a car, which he had already sold to someone else in 2006.

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Marbella is Arab playground MEMBERS of royal families from the Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia have chosen Marbella to spend their leisure time. The heir to the Saudi throne Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud and his son made a quick visit to the city recently, as well as several other princes, princesses and heads of state. More are expected this month. Many of them have palaces in

Marbella, as well as luxurious yachts moored in Puerto Banus, and are probably the most awaited visitors of the year by the local boutiques, although they are reportedly not splashing out as ostentatiously as they did in the past. Meanwhile, it’s not only the royals who are welcomed to Marbella. Last year, the Costa del Sol Tourism Board designed the ‘Elite

Collection’ which aimed to promote the area as a luxury tourism destination in the US, Europe and Arab countries, and attract visitors with high spending power. It promotes hotels’ spas, medical centres, restaurants and events, mainly located in Marbella, at fairs and tourist events. It is reported that next year, the campaign will also be stepped up in India.

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A MAN was arrested by Guardia Civil when he was caught doing 219kph on the A-92 motorway, near Antequera, where the speed limit is 120kph.

LOVING LIFE: Many Britons move overseas to look for love.

Expat l ve hunt Britons move abroad in search of ‘The One’

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OUR out of 10 Britons who moved abroad last year were seeking a new love in their life. A determining factor of love being a priority for expat life is age, with more than half in the 30-39 bracket willing to consider emigrating in search of finding ‘The One’, according to a new survey. There are 35,375 Britons registered as resident in Spain between these ages. Men are also more romantic than women when searching for love, with more than 46 per cent of males willing to consider life abroad in the hope of exchanging ‘I dos’ in a foreign language, compared with 31 per cent of females.

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TWO people were arrested in the car park at the Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport for allegedly stealing luggage from arriving tourists.

THE Pasarela Larios Malaga Fashion Event 2013 will be held in Calle Marques de Larios, Malaga, next Friday and Saturday.

CARREFOUR will donate a kilo of food to local food banks for each kilometre cycled by visitors to tents at the finishing lines of the Tour of Spain in Andalucia.

219kph arrest

Thieves bagged

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A MAN who was found with three kilos of cocaine in his luggage when arriving at Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport from Brazil in December 2012, has been sentenced to six years in prison.

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THE second recycling plant for electronic and electrical goods in Andalucia is due to open in Antequera this month.

A MAN, 20, was arrested in Malaga for allegedly attacking his partner and keeping her locked in a room at his mother’s house.

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A GIRL, two, died after falling into a well in Rociana del Condado (Huelva). A boy, four, who attempted to rescue her, was injured.

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SPAIN needs a positive boost like the one obtained with the Olympic Games’

Prince Felipe, regarding Spain’s candidacy to hold the 2020 Olympic Games, which will be decided by the International Olympic Committee on Saturday. The other candidates are Istanbul and Tokyo.

The survey by Global Visas, a UK company that provides international visas, relocation and employment services, not surprisingly reveals that Britons aged 18-29 were the most unconcerned about moving overseas to find a partner. The main obstacle to emigrating for all ages, according to the survey, is leaving family and friends, with 25 per cent saying they would miss them too much to consider moving abroad. According to the Spanish National Institute of Statistics, the number of British residents in Spain rose by 6,698 to almost 398,000 between 2011 and 2012.

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vehicles have been sold in Spain so far this year, which is 3.6 per cent fewer than the same period last year. This is despite government ‘Plan PIVE’ grants to help people purchase new vehicles, according to various vehicle associations.

THE parents of two young children in Ronda are demanding a trial against a local man who allegedly sexually assaulted them and who they reported eight months ago.

Old love A LOVE letter written in 1921 was found in a wooden panel stored in the Alhambra Palace museum which came from the San Gil Church in Granada, demolished in the 19th century.

Fewer loans IN the first six months of 2013, 7,087 mortgages were granted in Malaga province, according to the National Institute of Statistics, the lowest figure in 17 years.

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Children left in car A COUPLE have been arrested in Benalmadena for allegedly leaving three children in a locked car parked in the sun while they went to the beach.

Kept cash A MAN, 44, has been sentenced to four years in prison for stealing €655,000 given to him in August 2007 by three couples to manage a property sale for them.

Car sales dip SALES of new vehicles in Malaga fell by 19 per cent in August compared to the same month last year, to 1,257 vehicles.

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Three charged in bottle attack case

NATIONAL POLICE have charged three youths for their alleged involvement in a fight in Marbella,

in which a 15-year-old girl lost the sight of one eye. A male friend who was with her

was also injured in the fight, which took place outside a disco in the early hours of the morning and was recorded on a mobile phone by a witness. The video shows how the girl goes after a group of youths, apparently due to an argument over a taxi, and one of them hits her with a three-litre bottle of vodka. He is reportedly under 18, and may have fled the country to Morocco. A search and arrest warrant has been issued against him. TOUR OF SPAIN: Stage winner Leopold receives his reward in Estepona. The girl’s father is offering a €2,000 reward for clues leading to the arrest of her attacker. However, police also THE mayor of Estepona, The event was Garcia thanked the Jose Maria Garcia, has broadcast in 175 organisers for making the focused on identifying the people involved in the said how important it was countries, and thousands event such a success. for the town to have been of people visited Czech rider Leopold initial fight, and the three involved in a stage of the Estepona and discovered König was the winner of young men charged will have to appear in court. Tour of Spain. how much it has to offer. the stage.

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Terror suspect arrested A MAN has been arrested in the Spanish enclave of Melilla, in North Africa, for his alleged involvement in jihadist terrorism. Mohammed El Bali is believed to be responsible for a cell in Nador, Morocco, and was wanted by the authorities there.

Fewer jobless UNEMPLOYMENT fell more in Malaga in July and August than anywhere else in Spain. The number of people registered with the Andalucian Employment Agency fell by 8,940 people, to 193,641, compared to June, according to the State Public Employment Agency. Despite this, there are 1,544 more people unemployed in the province than last year, and it’s the sixth province in Spain with the most unemployed people.


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Golf club could be fined MIJAS Town Hall has opened a report against the Santana Golf Club for gathering cuttings which almost caused a forest fire. The cuttings were kept near the Gamonal River and were apparently set fire to intentionally.

Wanted Briton detained A BRITISH man, 27, who was wanted for attacking three people in a bar in Newall Green, Manchester, has been arrested in Marbella. A.B.J.H. had a European arrest warrant against him and was located by National Police when leaving a party in Marbella. He allegedly went into a bar in February 2011 when it was about to close and demanded to be served. The manager refused and was attacked by the detainee. The manager sustained a head wound. His son, who was working there as a DJ, and a woman who was in the bar at the time were also attacked. All three required stitches.

Road fatalities down THERE were 235 deaths on the roads of Spain this summer, the Interior Ministry reports. That is 10 per cent less than over the same period (July and August) last year. Such low figures have not been seen in Spain since the 1960s. The Ministry says this is good news, but that measures must continue to ensure the number of deaths on the roads drops even further.

Residents in the area called the firemen and Local Police reporting they could see a huge column of smoke near the golf club. The 300 metres of cuttings were alight and the blaze was reaching ‘worrying’ dimensions.

Firemen worked for hours to stop it from spreading. In the early hours, firemen had to return to the area when the cuttings re-ignited The Santana Golf Club could face several large fines.

CUTTINGS ALIGHT: Firemen worked for hours to put it out.

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UK senior arrested A BRITISH man, 80, who fled the UK after being sentenced for the sexual abuse of his granddaughter, has been arrested in Calahonda, Mijas. National Police acted on an arrest warrant issued by the UK authorities after he violated his bail conditions. He was sentenced in March for sexually abusing his granddaughter between the ages of nine and 16.

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Hunt is on for last ten No longer known as the Costa del Crime

“YOU may run to Spain, but you have nowhere to hide.” It may have once been dubbed the Costa del Crime, but not any more. That is the message sent to the last 10 UK fugitives on a list of most wanted men from a British crimefighting charity. Crimestoppers and the British Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA), are redoubling their efforts following the arrest of the

53rd target in the campaign which identifies individuals on the run in Spain from UK law enforcement agencies. With 53 of the 65 individuals included in the ‘Operation Captura’ campaigns since their launch in October 2006 now arrested, and two having been removed from the list, the hunt is on for the 10 remaining fugitives who include some of the UK's most dangerous individuals.

TEN TO GO: Contact Crimestoppers if you recognise any of these faces.

Many of those arrested are serving lengthy prison sentences for their crimes, which range from drug trafficking to sex crimes to murder. The latest arrest was that of Darren Kevin O’Flaherty, who was detained in North Wales whilst celebrating his birthday. The 39-year-old was wanted for kidnap and robbery offences.

O’Flaherty was also wanted over the 2010 murder of Dublin holidaymaker John O’Neill in Spain. Awareness of the last 10 fugitives is being highlighted across Spain in areas with a large British expatriate community. Roger Critchell, Director of Operations at Crimestoppers, said: “If you call us, no-one will ever know you who you are and

you will not go to court.” Calls to the Spanish telephone number 900 555 111 are answered in the UK by Crimestoppers’ call agents and a translation service is available upon request. People can also pass on information anonymously via the online Giving Information form on Crimestoppers’ website www.crimestoppers-uk.org.


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FRS sponsors flamenco FERRY company FRS is sponsoring the first edition of the International Flamenco Festival at the Hotel Andalucia Golf in Tangiers, Morocco, from today (Thursday) until Sunday.

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Fewer foreigners on ‘padron’ register SOME 13,000 foreigners living in Spain illegally have been taken off the register of inhabitants of several towns in Malaga province. The law is that non-EU citizens who do not have the documents to live in Spain legally have to renew their registration on the ‘padron’ every two years. If they don’t the respective town halls are

obliged to take them off the register. In January 2013, the National Institute of Statistics had 294,423 foreigners registered as residents in the province, of which 61 per cent are EU-citizens. Now, the figure has dropped 4 per cent, meaning that towns will lose out when it comes to receiving money for the municipal coffers from central government.

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A RESIDENT of Mijas could be fined up to €1,500 for lighting a bonfire to burn garden refuse, which is banned until October 15 because of the risk of fire.

Cyber crime TWO people were arrested for allegedly breaking into a cybercafe in Arroyo de la Miel and stealing €4,000 in cash as well as other items.

Glass danger BEACH volleyball players taking part in a tournament in Malaga plan to sue the council and cleaning company Limasa after they were injured by broken glass.

Olive festival AN olive festival will be held in Alozaina, Malaga, next Thursday. Hundreds of people are expected to visit the town.

Monkey found GUARDIA CIVIL in Algeciras have located a Barbary Macaque monkey which was being transported to Malaga province without authorisation.

FLOODED: More than 61 litres of rain per m2 fell.

Summer storms hit Alfarnatejo ALFARNATEJO, in the Axarquia area, was hit by storms which left the streets flooded after 61 litres of rain per m2 fell. The province was on alert for heavy rains, and as predicted, the skies opened up and dropped 36 litres per m2 of water in Antequera city centre in just 30 minutes. Streets, shops and houses were flooded. Meanwhile, in Ronda, large hail stones fell, and in Colmenar, in the Axarquia area, 16 litres fell per m2. In Almuñ ecar, on the coast of Granada, floods and hail were also reported, and crops were damaged. Two families were evacuated from their homes.

THE Mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, will discuss the Metro plans this month. To do so, he hopes to meet with the new President of the Junta de Andalucia, Susana Diaz. She was present at the last meeting held with Jose Antonio Griñ an, the acting President, and has held conversations about the matter over the phone since then. Malaga City Hall wants the last stage of the metro to run underground in the Guadalmedina to La Malagueta area. The Junta de Andalucia Council for Public Works and Housing wants it to run above ground, which they say would be much cheaper and quicker to complete.

Man jailed for Southampton Airport smuggling attempt A MAN, 44, has been jailed for 12 months for attempting to smuggle five kilos of cannabis into the UK from Malaga. The drugs had an estimated street value of €70,670. Southampton Crown Court heard that in May, Border Force officers at

Southampton International Airport stopped Nicholas Giles when he arrived on a flight from Malaga. Before officers searched his baggage Giles admitted to having five kilos of ‘weed’ in his suitcase. The case was opened and the drugs could be seen wrapped in plastic.

Giles was arrested and charged with being knowingly concerned in the fraudulent evasion of the prohibition on importation of a class B controlled drug. He pleaded guilty at Southampton Magistrates Court and was sentenced in the Crown Court.


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As you would expect there is a top quality wine list. From the very drinkable house wines Almenaba, a tempranillo red, or Sauvignon Blanc white at €16.50 - to the top of the range Vega Sicilia Valbuena, a Ribera del Duero costing €140, all have been carefully selected to complement spicy food. There is a good selection of mid-priced wines and French Champagnes as well, starting with a Tattinger competitively priced at €59.

Head Chef Ravi Deulkar is proud of the nutritious food he serves. By selecting local seasonal produce and with careful preparation the food is delicious and healthy, he explains. That is because a lot of the traditional Indian cooking techniques the chefs use, from open flame charcoal cooking to the clay pot tandoor barbeque, require very little fat. That is good news for the heart and the waistline. And a range of innovative salads are on offer including the Chowka seafood salad (seafood served with chorizo, fennel bulb, red basil, exotic cress and a lime and chili dressing). The chicken tikka salad is perfect for anyone watching the calories. Grilled chicken, which is virtually fat-free, is served with corn, beetroot, rocket leaves, and baby spinach, served with a tamarind and ginger dressing.

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CLASSY. That is the only word to describe Chowka. Oh, maybe a few more spring to mind: tasty, delicious, authentic, and innovative. From the moment customers walk through the doors it is obvious they are entering a world a cut above the standard Indian restaurant. Having been a chef in a high-class Indian restaurant myself (for 18 years) I could spot attention to detail straight away. That was started - as it should be - with the polite yet friendly welcome customers receive. Before even seeing the incredible décor - it is beautifully designed with genuine works of art adorning the impressive eatery - the senses are assailed with a wonderful aroma. Just like mother’s kitchen (that’s what Chowka means) the scents of oriental spices waft across the room and everything is spotless. If the evidence of the aroma is anything to go by then diners are in for a real treat. With Head Chef Ravi Deulkar in charge there is no chance of being disappointed. After his training in India he left Bombay to continue his culinary education in England. Ravi’s career has seen him at the Michelin-starred Rasoi, where he spent seven years. More recently he was Head Chef of Trishna (2 AA Rosette and recent Michelin star). It is that sort of experience that makes him a rising star in the world of modern Indian cuisine. He brings a touch of class to the food served at Chowka. As I had a chat with him in the extremely comfortable restaurant on Marbella’s Golden Mile it was impossible not to notice his genuine passion for food. He has a clear vision of the food he wants to serve in the restaurant. That means not concentrating on ‘standard’ fare served by so many Indian restaurants. He said: “There is so much delicious traditional food in India, I want to concentrate on that. I want to bring the diversity found in Indian kitchens to the restaurant.” He has a special affection for sea ingredients and uses local seasonal produce. That includes the most

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A classy taste from Mother’s kitchen... delicious garlic scallops and delicately spiced sardines. Other featured food was a tasty squid dish. Deep fried to perfection, the flesh was tender with a delicate rice flour coating and garnished with fresh chili and shallots. Pointing to it, he said: “That is a very traditional way to cook squid, but you do not see it on many menus.” I mentioned how I used to cook lamb’s liver and other more unusual dishes to order for customers. I felt it was a risk to put unusual items on the menu that may not sell. But Ravi disagreed: “I have put liver on the menu and it sells very well. People do like to try Indian food as it is eaten in India.” But perhaps star of the show was a huge king prawn, halved and stuffed with smaller prawns mixed with a garlic sauce. It was definitely something different. The restaurant has gone for a starters/tapas theme with the accent being on sharing dishes, either several to form a complete meal or just one or two as starters before ordering a dish from the Chowka menu. These again are unusual and varied. While most are rarely seen on a menu in the West they are all traditional Indian dishes.The fish curry - not too spicy but with wonderfully balanced flavours - was outstanding. Ravi said “That is cooked Hyderabadi style, very good.” Also featuring on the menu was baby leg of lamb cooked to perfection, and grilled seabass cooked with black pepper and dill. There were also chicken, prawn and lamb curries as well as vegetable dishes. Biryani rice dishes and tasty mini-nan breads added to the choice. Everything is cooked with great attention to detail. The balance of spices and herbs was spot on, though people who like hotter meals can ask the waiter’s advice.The dessert menu is not forgotten. Many Indian restaurants do not offer much in the way of puddings, but at Chowka, Ravi has a wide selection, including chocolate samosa, tandoori-glazed pineapple, Gajar Halwa (carrot cake served with ginger ice cream). Other specialities are a creamy rice pudding called Mango Kheer. Even the ice creams come in an assortment of Indian flavours including saffron and pistachio, rose, ginger and coconut. Fresh strawberries come flavoured with chili, cumin and lime, making an interesting combination along with the sweet vanilla ice cream served with them. For reservations: 952 900 380 www.chowka-marbella.com


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Extra traffic fines GUARDIA CIVIL in charge of traffic fined 1,279 of the 40,886 drivers who were stopped during a special campaign in August.

Fight arrests SIX people, including a boy of 17, were arrested during Malaga ‘feria’ for taking part in fights and causing damage.

Hairy issue TWO women, aged 19 and 24, were arrested in Malaga for attacking two members of staff in a store after they were caught trying to steal a box of hair dye.

Property of Barcenas’ wife is embargoed

Angels to build soup kitchen

THE Marbella property of the wife of former conservative Partido Popular Treasurer, Luis Barcenas, has been embargoed. The National Court has embargoed

THE Malaga ‘Angels of the Night’ charity has reported that it is overwhelmed by the number of people who need food. More than 100 volunteers hand out 320 breakfasts, 1,600 lunches and 500 dinners every day, as well as 5,000 kilos of food every month. They report that people queue up from the early hours with shopping trolleys to get oil, rice, pasta, juice, yoghurts, milk and other products. Although they are struggling, members say they will continue with the project to build Malaga’s largest soup kitchen, and have been given a plot in La Trinidad to do so. They need €300,000 to go ahead and are asking for donations of money or building materials.

the property, named ‘La Garza’ and located on the Guadalmina urbanisation, along with other assets of Rosalia Iglesias, to ensure she can pay €6 million for civil liability.

She also has three apartments in her name in Marbella. Iglesias did not pay the €6 million guarantee set by the judge, in which she is charged with three crimes against the tax office, amounting to €1.7 million. She is believed to have been aware of the money laundering activities of which her husband is accused, as well as document falsification and attempted fraud. This year, Spain’s daily newspapers, El Pais and El Mundo, alleged that Barcenas used undeclared POPULAR: The festival will be held over the next two weekends. donations ‘to make underthe-table payments to PP leaders’ and had parallel accounts to hide this fact. In July, El Mundo THE popular ‘Festival de la Luna Mora’ (Moorish Moon Festival) will be held reported that Barcenas in Guaro (near Coin) tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday, and next Friday and accepted there had been Saturday. The festival receives more than 50,000 visits every year. irregular funding of the Find out more at www.lunamoraguaro.es. party and he is currently in prison. Cayetano/Flickr

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Doctor reported for homophobia A YOUNG man from Jaen has reported his family doctor for being ‘homophobic.’ He reportedly went to his local health centre, accompanied by his mother and her partner. He told his doctor that he was suffering from anxiety, insomnia and sickness. However, when he mentioned that his former partner was a

man, he was told to get some tests carried out because “gays get and spread lots of diseases”. He claims she also told him that what he does is “unnatural” and that his problem was “all in his head” and “mainly due to his sexual orientation.” When he complained about the way she was treating him, she told him not to worry, because he

had “a problem which can be treated.” He then made a formal complaint at the health centre and at a local court. The Rainbow Federation pressure group has demanded an investigation and the opening of disciplinary proceedings.

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€70m health tourism hopes HOSPITALS, clinics and hotels on the Costa del Sol have got together with the aim of attracting 3,000 health patients per year. To do so, they have created Tourism & Health Spain, which hopes to obtain between €50-€70 million for Malaga province every year, from patients who can afford high prices for treatment or operations. The plan is to start with cataracts, knee replacements and dental implants.

Beach sewage mystery TORREMOLINOS Town Hall has reported that no anomalies have been detected to account for sewage appearing on La Carihuela Beach. An inspection was carried out by the local water company after flotsam and jetsam, plastic bottles, sanitary towels and other objects appeared in the sea in the area. Technicians found no breakages in sewerage pipes, and believe they may have been swept along from neighbouring areas or dumped from a boat. An investigation has been opened.


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MC Beach at the Marbella Club extends the Summer Season Lunch is served until 15th September

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eptember marks a distinct change of seasons. The children go back to school, holidaymakers head home, locals return from their holidays abroad and the Marbella Club’s renowned MC Beach closes its kitchen until next summer. Nestled between the Mediterranean Sea and the Paseo, MC Beach is the ideal place in Marbella to enjoy a tranquil lunch and afternoon with friends and family. The chiringuito’s classic white and soft blue-themed décor, plush sunbeds, oversized umbrellas, and chilled-out music creates a relaxed atmosphere ideal for those who

wish to kick-back, enjoy and prolong the feeling of an endless summer. The restaurant offers an impressive menu of fresh seafood, authentic Andalusian cuisine, delicious salads and specially prepared meats from the charcoal grill. It is hard to choose between the culturally distinctive dishes like Fried Fish ‘Malaguena’ Style with Aioli, Andalusian Gazpacho, Fish and Seafood Paella Lobster; the fresh seafood such as Salmon Salad with Mango and Citric Vinaigrette and Grilled Swordfish with new potatoes; or the famous Firewood and Rock Salt Skewers. The

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Calamari and Gilthead Bream are exceptionally mouthwatering. Guests can select from an extensive wine list. The sommelier has included varieties from around the world with a particular emphasis on Spain. Those who wish to enjoy wine by the glass can choose from the selection of Wines by the Glass, personally designated by the sommelier. The Fransola from the North of Spain and the Baigorri Reserva of Rioja are particularly esteemed. After a delectable meal, wine and quality time, take the afternoon off to relax and enjoy the pristine sea views from a sunbed.

CHILL-OUT: Enjoy stunn ing views w hile relaxing on a plush sunbed.

MC Beach is open for lunch from 1pm to 5pm until the 15th of September. For reservations, please call 676 444 556 or email hotel@marbellaclub.com


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Beach assault

A MAN sustained a broken jaw and cheek bones at an exclusive Marbella Beach Club after he was allegedly attacked from behind by a man who is now wanted by the police

Rare treat A RESTAURANT in Casares - inland from Estepona will be serving white truffles until Sunday. They are rare and can cost up to €6,000 per kilo.

Revving up THERE are now 7,637 more motorbikes in Malaga City than there were in 2007, according to the General Traffic Department (DGT).

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Mystery work of art hidden in plain view

A MARBELLA mystery is hiding in plain view on the exclusive Golden Mile. A piece of art is concealed in the heart of an old tree, which many may have passed without ever noticing it. It may look like a tree trunk left to rot away, but an observant passer-by would spot the mystery. Blending into the trunk, which stands on the Boulevard Principe Alfonso von Hohenloe in front of the Marbella Club Hotel, are beautifully sculpted figures of a fisherman and a mermaid. But not much is known about the work of art apart from the fact it was originally commissioned by Ramon Mesas Perez, owner of the La Pesquera restaurant chain. It was supposed to be the eyecatching centrepiece for a new establishment he was planning on the exact spot. The plans were cancelled, but not before the carving was finished. So the sculpture has stood on the spot ever since, a piece of rustic charm blending into the modern cityscape surrounding it.

BLENDING IN: Figures carved into an old tree trunk. But the name of the sculptor, said to be a former fisherman turned artist, has been lost in the mists of time. Marbella City Hall sources could only say there was a man who used to know, but he moved to Granada. The concierge at the Marbella Club Hotel said: “I am the only one who

seems to know it is there. No one seems interested in it.” But all he knew was that the statue has been there for at least seven years. Do you know who the sculptor was? Drop us a line at editorial@euroweeklynews.com if you have any more information.

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A month’s money in taxes MALAGA residents pay €1,185 per year in taxes. This includes direct and indirect taxes like personal income tax, VAT, society taxes and tax on fuel, alcohol and tobacco. The average wage of a resident in Malaga is €1,157, meaning that more than a month’s worth of their salary goes on taxes alone. Most of it returns to the regional financing system via the Junta de Andalucia regional government’s coffers. Despite how high this may seem, the average for Spain is €3,461 per person per year. In Madrid, the average is €12,180 per year, and in Barcelona, €5,372 per year.


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Mijas negotiates race meetings for next summer MIJAS racecourse will attempt to get back on the national horse racing circuit for next year. The town hall, which is the main shareholder of the company managing

the racecourse, will negotiate with the State Lottery and Betting department to hold official races once again. This summer, hardly any races had been arranged

in Mijas, and most were held instead at La Zarzuela Racecourse in Madrid, which is why the racecourse pulled out of the national circuit. As the local council

Woman is attacked on a trip to China A MALAGA businesswoman, 32, was injured in an attack at an airport in China. A local Spanish daily reports that she had been there on a business trip and was at the airport preparing to return to Spain when she was attacked by an unknown man with an axe or a sword. She lost part of a finger on her right hand

and several bones were broken. She also sustained deep cuts to her shoulder, leg and arm. She was admitted to hospital in China. The attacker attempted to commit suicide by jumping from the second floor of the airport building and is reportedly in a coma.

Underwater smugglers GUARDIA CIVIL arrested five people who brought hashish into Spain. They belonged to an organisation which smuggled hashish from Morocco into Spain by sea. They used a cage which was screwed to the bottom of a yacht and remained unseen under the water. Guardia Civil seized 900 kilos of hashish resin and the yacht following searches in Cadiz and Malaga which also revealed â‚Ź6,000 in cash, documents

ORGANISED: Gang brought in hashish using a cage. of interest and other items. The organisation was based in Sotogrande, where they had hired a luxury apartment with its

own mooring area. They would head to Morocco by yacht pretending it was a tourist trip, but would return with drugs.

explained, the main source of income is tourism, so summer is the best time for races to be held. The calendar for next year is being drawn up

this month, but the final decision will be taken at the end of the year, and Mijas will only agree to remain on the circuit if races are booked for next summer.


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Blaze under control A FIRE in the Ermita de Veracruz area of Antequera was brought under control within an hour with no serious consequences.

Taxi protests UNION Comisiones Obreras has said its members will be staging protests this month against people operating unlicensed taxi services in Malaga Province.

Sad find THE bodies of two dead dolphins were discovered on Playa de la Sal in Casares, according to the Malaga Centre for Endangered Marine Species.

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Self-serve beer on tap THREE business associates in Granada have patented the world’s first beer vending machine. The idea came to one of them after being served warm beer at a music festival following a

15-minute wait in a queue. Their ‘Autobarman’ has barrels of beer which are kept cold and need to be changed once empty, something which they say would create another job. Meanwhile, they say, bars

would serve beers in less time with fewer queues, while staff can spend more time on other drinks which are more profitable. They say the hardest thing to get right has been the pressure and head on the beer, and that

they had to do months of research to check that such a vending machine hadn’t already been invented. They are mainly promoting it for trade fairs, sports matches and similar events, where there is normally only one very busy bar, and drinks have to be expensive because of the price of setting it up, so fewer people consume them. They insist it will not put anyone out of work. It is currently being tested at a company in Granada City and would be for indoor use only, to make sure no alcohol is sold to minors or consumed in the street. It can also serve nonalcoholic beer. Cards or tokens for the vending machine could be sold with ALL SMILES: A delighted Julie with Spectrum FM presenter Tim Smith. tickets, only to adults. Now, the trio is The winning guess was were: “It’s summer after forget to press the button an ice-making machine in a all, it’s quite hot too, don’t or you might get thirsty… looking for investors and private financing. bar or restaurant. The clues forget your umbrella, don’t which isn’t good in a bar.”

Julie wins €1,000 for having a good ear for secret sounds THE latest Spectrum Secret Sound was won by Julie Flaxman from Coin. Spectrum FM Breakfast presenter Tim Smith said: “The tension and excitement were incredible. The phone lines had been jammed for weeks; it was just non-stop calls and as we gave out clues I knew it was going to go any second. It was Julie’s third attempt. I guess third time lucky is true!” Julie works for a real estate company in Elviria.


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King lent Cristina and Iñaki €1.2m for house KING JUAN CARLOS of Spain lent his daughter, Princess Cristina, €1.2 million in 2004 to buy a house. This information is included in a tax report provided for the Noos case, which is looking into the bank accounts of Cristina and her husband, Iñaki Urdangarin. The €1.2 million was transferred from his personal account so that she could buy the house in Pedralbes, Barcelona, where she lives with her family. The transfer was registered with a notary and declared by Cristina to the tax office. The couple also took out a €6 million mortgage on the house. Urdangarin said back in February that they had failed to pay the last two quarterly instalments on it and

that €3.6 million still remained to be paid. The property is now for sale. Meanwhile, the tax office reports that the Noos Institute was a profitable organisation which mainly benefitted Urdangarin and his associate, Diego Torres, and that the Aizoon society, created to manage it, didn’t have a single employee. Aizoon belonged to both Cristina and Iñaki. Between 2003 and 2010, the Noos Institute had an income of €9.38 million. Urdangarin is charged for the alleged embezzlement of €6 million of public funds. He is allowed to travel and live abroad, but would have to return to Spain for a trial. Meanwhile, Palma Court has dropped the charges against his wife, the Infanta Cristina, who has moved to Switzerland with her children where she will reportedly spend €480,000 per year on schooling, rental of a house A NEW ‘Ladies Only’ Harmony Chorus and security. starting at La Cala de Mijas needs She will be working for La enthusiastic and dedicated singers who like Caixa Foundation on a salary to raise money for charity. Come to a of €320,000 per year. The ‘Meeting of Interest’ at Hotel Carmen in La family’s security, amounting to Cala, on September 13 at 6pm. Call Maggie €300,000 per year, will be paid on 951 160 424/607 879 450. by the State.

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PLANTATIONS: Found inside three houses.

Magic result for Malaga police SIX Dutch citizens were arrested in Malaga province for growing cannabis and ‘magic mushrooms’ to sell in Holland. The plantations were in three houses in Coin, Mijas and Alhaurin el Grande, where police found 3,400

cannabis plants and 300 ‘mushrooms.’ They seized equipment used to grow the plants, cash and five vehicles. The detainees are four men and two women aged between 25 and 58. Amongst them is a couple,

their son and his wife. The heating, lighting and watering systems installed in each household reportedly cost €65,000. The investigation began when the owner of one property reported how high his tenants’ bills were.

Estepona smash and grab THREE people stole almost 50 mobile phones from a shop in Estepona. A witness saw three hooded people at around 4.30am outside The Phone House in Calle Real, a pedestrian street. They had crashed a red Seat Ibiza, stolen just hours earlier, into the shop front. The shop owner said that the goods, which were stolen in just minutes, are worth €15,000.

A NEW college is preparing to open its doors and give school leavers a gateway to the American university system. The American College Marbella, will prepare students for their potential studies at a string of US and Canadian colleges and universities with relevant course work counting towards their university studies. The idea is, according to the college’s president, William O’Brien, to give the students a closely focused education with lots of attention on individual students. The American College Marbella follows on from the outstanding success of its parent establishment in Dubai that has placed 3,000 students in American education establishments. They are confident of transferring that success to Marbella, and hopefully bring with it students from all round the world to use it as a staging post for an American education. O’Brien said: “It is a bridge to going to the US. The great thing about the American system is the flexibility it has. “Once students earn credits they own them and can take them to other universities where they will be recognised. “So our students can earn recognised credits here then transfer to the US. It makes it easier for them.” The college will open its doors for its first term on September 23. It is hoped once the only American university in southern Spain gets going it will boost the local economy by attracting students from abroad. That may explain the enthusiasm of Marbella City Hall for the college. O’Brien added: “The mayor, and the Delegate for Education Carmen Diaz, have been extremely helpful.”


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New users for Eurovision MALAGA-BASED firm Edicosma has launched a social network focusing on Eurovision, which is getting around 200 new users every day. www.eurovision.lu

Street attack A SWEDISH man on holiday in Mijas was arrested for allegedly attacking his partner in the street.

Cork harvest THE Serrania de Ronda area is expecting a harvest of 5.5 million kilos of cork this year.

Swept away THE body of a man, 58, whose vehicle was swept away by the swollen River Cubillas, in Iznalloz, Granada, was found almost a week later.

Like it A SURVEY by Bioparc Fuengirola shows 99 per cent of people who visit the park would recommend it to friends.

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Further boost for Malaga’s ‘Soho’

Principal, the main street through the historical city centre of Malaga, into a hive of cultural and commercial activity. It has been named the Malaga ‘Soho’ in reference to the area in New York which is known for its many shops, art galleries, restaurants and offices. Rents in the area have already gone up, and several franchises and hotel chains have shown their interest in setting up shop there. As part of the project Calle Tomas Heredia has already been made into a pedestrian street. Calle Casas de Campos will be converted into a semi-pedestrian area so that the two locations are connected in the hope of attracting cruise-ship CONGRATULATIONS to our Production passengers to the new Manager Claire Simons who is getting ‘Soho’. married on Saturday and to our Accounts Work is due to last five Assistant Maria del Mar Calle on her recent months and will include engagement. the transformation of the Michel, Steven and all the team at EWN gardens and square wish them all the best. outside the port.

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RARE: Malaysian tapir.

Breeding hope for rare tapirs BIOPARC Fuengirola is hopeful that the Malaysian tapirs at the park will breed, thanks to the arrival of a new male. Breeding attempts have been under way since 2001, without success, but a six-year-old Malaysian tapir, called Pi, arrived from Nuremberg Zoo last month and has been introduced to the females, Esperanza and Dewi. The females are not related to any other tapir in Europe and have not yet been mated.

Esperanza, 13, was found in the jungle in Malaysia when she was a baby after her mother was hit by a car, and has been hand-reared. Dewi, 15, came from Singapore Zoo. Pi has already fathered young in Nuremberg. Before him, eight-yearold Banju lived with the two females at Bioparc Fuengirola but was found to be infertile. In Europe, there are 49 Malaysian tapir, in 19 zoos, of which only four have successfully bred in the past year.

Last of the summer jazz at English Cemetery THE last of the summer concerts in the grounds of the historic English Cemetery in

Málaga, Avenida de Pries 1 (close to the bullring) will take place on September 14 at

8.30pm, with the return of the Jitterbug Jazz Group. Tickets cost €10 and a bar is available.

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Phone revenge LEE BEAUMONT was so annoyed with cold callers he set up a premium rate number for his Leeds home. He then gave every utility company that number as a contact, and has made £300 (€350) since November 2011.

Moving in NET migration into the UK has risen to

176,000 from 152,000 in the year to December 2012, as fewer EU citizens went back home, said the Office of National Statistics.

Wills online HUNDREDS of thousands of wills of Empire servicemen who died in World War I are available online after being painstakingly scanned into computers. https://www.gov.uk/probate-search.

Price hike

Pub gloom A NEW guide claims up to 4,000 ‘bad’ pubs could close next year. The

Crocodile babies SEVEN Cuban crocodiles have hatched at the zoo Hoyerswerda. Only 4,000 of them live in natural surroundings in the wetlands of Cuba. HATCHED: At zoo.

Stories making headlines from Germany

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posters into interactive ones.

THE European Central Bank is introducing a quota for women. It aims to double the proportion of women in upper management by the end of 2019 to 28 per cent, according to the Süddeutsche Zeitung.

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Campaign app THE Christian Democrats introduced an interactive election campaign including an app with a camera function that converts the traditional CDU

Sleepyheads SLEEPY: Tired for work.

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HOTEL prices rise by nearly 100 per cent during the Oktoberfest in Munich. According to a survey the average price is €213 per night. Six million visitors are expected to visit the festival this year.

Good Pub Guide 2014 says most of those are stuck in an 80s’ time warp, with indifferent food and drink.

GERMANY will provide shelter for 5,000 refugees from Syria, with Chancellor Angela Merkel calling for them to be given a friendly reception. Germany has provided humanitarian aid worth €340 million in the Syrian conflict since 2012.

Big dummy A WAXWORK of heavyweight boxing champ

Vitali Klitschko has gone on show in Hamburg. The Panoptikum is home to more than 120 wax figures including singer Robbie Williams, Chancellor Angela Merkel, and seven-time Formula 1 World Champion Michael Schumacher.

Inflation down THE inflation rate in Germany has dropped significantly, despite a continued rise in food prices. According to the Federal Statistical Office, the annual inflation rate fell from 1.9 per cent in July to 1.5 per cent in August.

RUSSIAN PRESS A PAINTING of Russian President Vladimir Putin in women’s underwear by artist Konstantin Altunin was confiscated by the police in the city of St Petersburg. The artist is said to have fled the country.

Young killers POLICE officers of Kurgan (south west Russia) arrested two children accused of strangling another, aged five. The accused, aged nine and 10, were taken to a young offender’s institution.

Plane agreements INTERMEDIARY agency Rosoboronexport signed five new agreements with Italian companies to carry out different projects related to aviation, including an update of the amphibious seaplane Be-103.

Mystery tracks A GROUP of Russian researchers

travelled to the Hyargas Nuur in Mongolia to try to determine the origin of a series of mysterious tracks found on the shore. It is thought they belong to a large reptile.

Potash row A BELARUS-RUSSIA dispute over control of potash exports has escalated, with Belarus threatening to prosecute billionaire Russian businessman Suleiman Kerimov accused of wrongdoing.

Miracle escape A TODDLER escaped serious injury after a drunk motorcyclist rode into his stroller at a zebra crossing. CCTV cameras caught the rider drinking beer before the accident.

Mosque attack A MOSQUE in Harlow, Essex, was targeted by arsonists. CCTV footage shows three men apparently trying to set the 18-year-old building alight in the early hours of the morning.

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Stories making headlines from Russia

Artist flees

TIRED workers could be costing the UK economy £611 million (€714.5 million) a year according to a survey by bed company Silentnight. It claims six million days are taken off ‘sick’ by sleep-deprived staff.

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Stories making headlines in Denmark, Norway and Sweden

Happy birthday DENMARK - Copenhagen residents and visitors celebrated the one hundredth anniversary of the city’s iconic Little Mermaid bronze sculpture, created as a tribute to writer Hans Christian Anderson.

Football passion DENMARK - A couple was caught having sex on the field of the Brondby Stadium in Copenhagen after a match between Brondby IF and Randers FC. A picture of the couple was posted on the internet.

Viking film NORWAY - The Lord of the Rings producer Barrie Osbourne is said to be planning to shoot a Viking film in Norway, raising hopes it VIKINGS: A new film.

could boost the country’s tourism industry.

Frozen in time NORWAY - An Iron Age tunic as well as Neolithic arrows and bow fragments are among the discoveries found under melting snow on Norwegian mountains. They are thought to be at least 6,000 years old.

School closed SWEDEN - Elite boarding school Lundsberg in Storfors (west central Sweden) has been closed down by the Swedish authorities after they received numerous reports of its caretaker allegedly bullying some students.

New element SWEDEN - A team of Swedish scientists from Lund University (south Sweden) have confirmed the existence of a new element with atomic number 115 yet to be named.


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Sapphire parties in true style SAPPHIRE COLEMAN celebrated her second birthday with 75 friends aged from three weeks to 85 years. Grandparents Izzy and Gerry hosted the evening that started at 6pm and finished at 2am with the star of the night Sapphire, eventually crashing out at 1am. Sapphire would like to thank everyone for the amazing presents and would like to give mum and dad a big kiss and cuddle. Her grandparents

WATCHING THE CAKE ARRIVE: With mummy and daddy. INSET: WOW! A bouncy castle. would like to thank everyone for making the birthday so special.

Me and my beautiful cake.

58,000 seafront homes planned FOURTEEN towns along the coast of Malaga plan to build almost 58,700 homes within 500 metres from the shore. This is almost 19 per cent of the houses planned for those towns. The plans come despite both warnings from environmentalists and laws put in place by the regional and central governments. According to the Coastal Protection Plan, there are more than 33,500 houses which are planned in areas where they could be built. The current crisis in the construction sector will probably prevent the plans from going ahead.


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Local Police to protect tourists. They have been charged with the alleged theft of a laptop, a smartphone and a digital camera.

Whale remains A DECOMPOSING five-metre whale was washed up on the El Perellonet beach near Valencia City. The area had to be cordoned off, but the beach remained open to swimmers.

Long delay THE Regional Health Department must pay €50,000 to the family of a 78-year-old man who died after waiting two hours to see a doctor following a heart attack.

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STORMS in the Axarquia left 16 litres of rain per square metre. In Almuñecar, Granada, crops were damaged and two families had to be evacuated from their homes.

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Sea-weed MORE than 120 kilos of hashish divided into four packages were found by custom officers in the sea off Motril.

Wrong turning A 51-YEAR-OLD woman was arrested in Benicarlo (Castellon) after driving 23 kilometres in the wrong direction on the AP-7. She was charged with driving under the influence of opiates.

Trade washout THE 134 litres per square metre of rain that fell in Gandia within 48 hours at the end of August cost local businesses €500,000 in lost trade, owners said.

Going green BENIDORM has signed the Covenant of Mayors committed to sustainable energy policies. The town hall hopes to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 20 per cent for 2020.

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Big cat hunt THE hunt for a mystery big cat in the Vastala Park, Berja, has found nothing. Now the co-ordinator of the search has withdrawn the three members of Seprona, the Guardia Civil environmental branch, who were scouring the area.

Piano concert ALMERIA has a chance to hear one of the most renowned European pianists in Fabio Bidini. He will be performing with the Almeria Orchestra at the Maestro Padilla Theatre on Saturday at 9pm.

Father stabbed STOK KANGRI: A long way up from Teulada-Moraira.

Locals conquer the Himalayas

CAROLA TRAPAGA and Jose Villegas recently climbed the Stok Kangri mountain in the Himalayas. Stok Kangri is the highest peak of the Stok mountain range in the Ladakh region of North-west India. Trapaga and Villegas are respectively President and Vice-president of Club Centre Excursionista i de Muntanya de Teulada-Moraira. Antoni Joan Bertomeu, Teulada-Moraira mayor, together with Antonio Reig, who heads the town hall’s sports department, sent congratulations to the mountaineers for conquering the peak. They are now looking forward to hearing an account of the ascent when the duo return, said Bertomeu and Reig.

up on a beach in Villaricos, another mystery giant fish has surfaced off the coast of Almeria. The dead fish was found near Adra.

him and his wife, 76, in their apartment in sa Coma. The couple were left with towels covering their heads for 15 hours.

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Pedestrian injured

WATER quality off the beaches of San Juan de los Terreros, Pulpi, has been declared excellent by the Junta de Andalucia regional government.

A 28-YEAR-OLD German pedestrian was seriously injured in a car accident in the early hours of Monday morning. The tourist was crossing a motorway slip- road in Llucmajor when he was in collision with a car.

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Jobless fall

THE residents of Vicar have recycled 1,240 litres of domestic oil in the first six months of 2013 compared to 1,600 litres for the whole of 2012.

TWO young tourists in their 20s were found dead in Magaluf on Sunday night and Monday morning. Both young men are suspected to have died due to injuries sustained from balcony falls.

THE year-on-year unemployment rate in the Balearic Islands dropped by 7.28 per cent, being the Spanish region with the biggest decrease, followed by Cataluña and The Canary Islands.

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Robbery death

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JUST two weeks after a strange creature from the deep was washed

A GERMAN man, 65 died from asphyxia after two thieves tortured and tied up

TWO people were arrested as part of an operation launched by the Manacor

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A FATHER and a son, aged 35 and 16, were injured during a fight on the streets of Velez-Malaga. The father was treated for stab wounds to the chest, the son for minor injuries. Police are looking for their assailants.

Eight hurt EIGHT people, two of them under 18, were admitted to the Santa Ana hospital in Motril with minor injuries following a collision between two cars on the N340 road.

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Jobs offer COMPANIES which take on Orihuela’s unemployed may receive a grant of €1,125 per worker hired from the town’s Department of Public Works and the Joint Employment Plan.

Increased spending FOREIGN visitors to the Murcia Region and Costa Calida have spent €334.1 million in the first seven months of the year, an increase of 2.3 per cent over the same period last year.

Good impression NINETY per cent of tourists visiting the Valencia Region this summer say they would come back, according to the results of more than 3,000 questionnaires collected by tourism offices.

Cheap deal ITV inspections are cheapest in the Murcia Region for motorcycles and mopeds, costing €12.01. Castilla y Leon has the highest price at €37.04, followed by Madrid (€32.73).


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Stat of week THERE were 14,053 mortgage operations in June, 42.2 per cent fewer than in June 2012. They have now fallen for 38 consecutive months.

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European counterparts, usually on marrying, but another CJE finding explains the current tendency to tardy emancipation. House purchase should account for 30 per cent of income, but under-30s on an average wage would need to earn 80 per cent more to be able to pay a mortgage. Young people are being kept out of the property and rental markets claimed Sheyla Suarez, the CJE’s socio-economic expert. Less than overment amongst immigrant indebtedness their workers and an increasing problems are ‘extreme number of workers returning economic fragility’ and to their own countries, 12.7 the gulf between per cent of all those currently purchasing power and working in Spain are not property prices. Spanish, Adecco said. Fifty-five per cent In 2012 a total of 216 of unemployment million citizens were emp- amongst the young is loyed in the EU, of whom 201 “alarming,” Suarez million were working in their said, and half of those own country. in work are overOf the remainder, 6.6 qualified for their jobs. million (3.1 per cent of the This is even more total) were from another EU evident in women, of country while 8.6 million whom 60 per cent are workers came from outside overqualified, comthe EU (4 per cent of the pared with 49 per cent total). of men.

Still a draw for expat workers JUST over 8 per cent of Spain’s workforce is from outside the European Union. This is the highest proportion in the EU where on average immigrants make up 4 per cent of employees, found job recruitment and international employment agency Adecco. Spain also has the secondhighest number of employees from other EU countries, accounting for 4.4 per cent of the workforce. This is outstripped only by the UK’s 4.8 per cent. Despite the economic crisis, widespread unemploy-

Fewer work-related fatalities

UNSAFE: But deaths down.

A TOTAL of 260 people died in work-related accidents between January and July this year. This was 7.5 per cent fewer than during the same period in 2012 when 281 employees lost their lives. Most of the accidents - 216 - took place during the working day, but the remaining 44 occurred while travelling to or from work. Services industries accounted for 129 fatal accidents. Despite fewer fatalities than during the first half of 2012 there was a 20 per cent increase in heart attacks, brain haemorrhages and other conditions, causing 113 deaths.

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In their 30s but still home APPROXIMATELY 80 per cent of Spain’s under-30s still live at home. They move out between the ages of 30 and 34, found a Spanish Youth Council (CJE) survey. Even in more prosperous times the Spanish left home later than their

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FERROVIAL AGROMAN and Bot Construction will build a 252 metre €78 million bridge over the Nipigon River in Ontario (Canada).

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GOING NOWHERE: Can’t afford to move out.

INCREASED exports helped slow down the decline in Spanish GDP. It shrank 0.1 per cent in the second quarter of 2013 compared to 0.4 per cent in Q1.


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Splunk Inc. $ 55.21 China Information Technology, Inc. $ 3.76 Lakes Entertainment, Inc. $ 4.16 Transcat, Inc. $ 8.81 Global-Tech Advanced Innovations Inc. $ 7.58 Sears Holdings Corporation $ 44.24 Cobra Electronics Corporation $ 2.87 Double Eagle Petroleum Company $ 3.16 Transcept Pharmaceuticals, Inc. $ 2.69 ZipRealty, Inc. $ 4.75 iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Value ETF $ 44.93

6.29 / +12.86% 0.289 / +8.33% 0.30 / +7.77% 0.60 / +7.31% 0.49 / +6.91% 2.68 / +6.45% 0.165 / +6.10% 0.1775 / +5.95% 0.15 / +5.91% 0.25 / +5.56% 2.34 / +5.49%

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Most Declined China Mobile Games and Entnt Grp Lmtd Pacific Sunwear of California, Inc. OmniVision Technologies, Inc. Control4 Corporation Aratana Therapeutics, Inc. Anchor Bancorp Shenandoah Telecommunications Co Novatel Wireless, Inc. VOXX International Corporation ChinaCache International Holdings Ltd. Hooker Furniture Corporation

$ 12 $ 3.26 $ 15.45 $ 20.32 $ 8.17 $ 15.91 $ 17.15 $ 2.90 $ 12.16 $ 4.48 $ 14.39

3.4899 / -22.53% 0.66 / -16.84% 2.96 / -16.08% 3.48 / -14.62% 0.93 / -10.22% 1.49 / -8.56% 1.40 / -7.55% 0.23 / -7.35% 0.95 / -7.25% 0.34 / -7.05% 1.08 / -6.98%

C O M PA N Y PRICE(P) CHANGE Diageo PLC 2008.00 34.00 easyJet PLC 1257.00 24.50 Eurasian Nat Resources 229.25 0.72 Experian PLC 1144.50 15.00 Fresnillo PLC 1295.50 -9.00 G4S PLC 259.70 -0.37 GKN PLC 335.25 7.36 GlaxoSmithKline PLC 1659.00 13.21 Glencore Xstrata PLC 312.85 7.60 Hammerson PLC 489.65 6.20 Hargreaves Lansdown 1013.00 13.50 HSBC Holdings PLC 688.80 12.90 IMI PLC 1452.50 17.00 Imperial Tobacco Gr PLC 2146.00 14.00 InterContinental Hotels 1834.00 28.00 International Cnsldtd ... 293.90 7.60 Intertek Group PLC 3238.50 38.00 ITV PLC 166.95 2.30 Johnson Matthey PLC 2877.00 38.00 Kingfisher PLC 391.85 6.70 Land Securities Group 897.00 13.50 Legal & General Group 190.50 3.70 Lloyds Banking Group 73.64 1.10 London Stock Exchange 1579.00 20.00 Marks & Spencer Grp 477.90 6.20 Meggitt PLC 528.75 2.50 Melrose Industries PLC 298.15 3.90 National Grid PLC 749.00 6.74 Next PLC 4954.00 60.00 Old Mutual PLC 185.05 4.00 Pearson PLC 1281.00 10.00 Persimmon PLC 1126.50 29.00 Petrofac Ltd 1384.00 -1.00 Prudential PLC 1103.00 26.00 Randgold Resources Ltd 5120.00 35.00 Reckitt Benckiser Gr 4423.00 39.00 Reed Elsevier PLC 798.50 6.67 Resolution Ltd 325.70 7.00 REXAM PLC 493.40 5.42 Rio Tinto PLC 2997.25 85.00 Rolls-Royce Holdings 1126.50 14.00 Royal Bank of Scotland 338.35 4.60 Royal Dutch Shell PLC 2164.75 -8.50 RSA Insurance Group 119.90 1.30 SABMiller PLC 3127.75 53.00 Sage Group (The) PLC 347.25 3.20 Sainsbury (J) PLC 389.30 4.60 Schroders PLC 2370.50 58.00 Serco Group PLC 549.75 1.94 Severn Trent PLC 1707.00 18.46 Shire PLC 2394.00 16.64 Smith & Nephew PLC 759.00 9.00 Smiths Group PLC 1302.00 20.00 SSE PLC 1573.50 10.23 Standard Chartered PLC 1461.25 20.50 Standard Life PLC 339.60 8.46 Tate & Lyle PLC 816.75 12.00 Tesco PLC 371.00 4.35 Travis Perkins PLC 1598.00 23.27 TUI Travel PLC 349.60 4.88 Tullow Oil PLC 1020.00 12.00 Unilever PLC 2481.50 22.36 United Utilities Group 684.00 5.80 Vedanta Resources PLC 1203.50 41.00 Vodafone Group PLC 213.32 7.00 Weir Group PLC 2199.00 22.95 Whitbread PLC 3138.00 56.00 William Hill PLC 418.55 3.25 Wm Morrison Sprmrkts 291.45 1.40 Wolseley PLC 3316.50 56.50 Wood Group (John) PLC 810.25 5.00 WPP PLC 1217.50 23.00

% C H G. 1.72 1.99 0.32 1.33 -0.69 -0.14 2.24 0.80 2.49 1.28 1.35 1.91 1.18 0.66 1.55 2.65 1.19 1.40 1.34 1.74 1.53 1.98 1.52 1.28 1.31 0.47 1.32 0.91 1.23 2.21 0.79 2.64 -0.07 2.41 0.69 0.89 0.84 2.20 1.11 2.92 1.26 1.38 -0.39 1.10 1.72 0.93 1.20 2.51 0.35 1.09 0.70 1.20 1.56 0.65 1.42 2.55 1.49 1.19 1.48 1.42 1.19 0.91 0.85 3.53 3.39 1.06 1.82 0.78 0.48 1.73 0.62 1.92

VOLUME 187.69 45.72 11.96 77.80 160.57 669.76 206.92 250.91 2,414.65 48.60 12.86 2,880.57 24.21 68.33 20.55 443.62 8.11 560.96 34.49 220.92 73.97 339.73 8,453.83 10.71 189.49 58.89 426.43 161.35 14.98 535.40 43.11 59.60 23.47 242.84 34.22 43.89 121.82 136.45 40.54 454.45 157.58 447.54 226.32 625.51 58.02 87.06 184.76 13.78 232.69 30.53 39.77 80.76 19.84 45.30 99.32 416.14 59.75 452.88 33.63 70.50 134.62 132.25 127.75 42.53 43,948.00 8.57 19.02 159.92 225.48 17.27 25.49 366.34


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A recipe for financial success! BRITAIN’S favourite household chef, Jamie Oliver, has got himself into a bit of a pickle after suggesting that, among other things, poor families should eat stale bread. The multi- A look millionaire chef at finance was commenting for females that most lowJane Plunkett income families don’t know how jane.plunkett@euroweeklynews.com to feed themselves and therefore often resort to serving up expensive readymade meals, when his GOOD POINT: Jamie Oliver is probably right. remarks stirred up an uproar. to overspending and remarked the chef. The Essex boy, who malnutrition. Despite the offence bases such opinions on “You might remember Jaime’s comments may recent experiences he that scene in Ministry Of have caused - who has had with low- Food, with the mum and wants to hear a income workers while the kid eating chips and millionaire dictate what working on a new TV cheese out of Styrofoam the less fortunate show, says that for containers, and behind should do? - it’s hard to many families, priorities them is a massive TV. It dispute that the cook are out of sync leading just didn’t weigh up,” has a point.

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Poverty is not just about income it’s about what is done with the money. Accommodation, nutrition and education should of course be priorities, rather then spending a fortune on fancy flat-screen TVs, designer pit bull dogs,

cigarettes and alcohol. And this is stellar advice relevant for every level of income. But going back to the ‘stale bread’ comment, learning how to cook can make a big difference to a budget and a person’s health. And cooking fresh food doesn’t have to be a challenge or terribly expensive with a little bit of know-how. So rather than stocking up on expensive convenience food and microwave dinners, maybe it’s an idea to invest in a good basic cookbook and a little bit of enthusiasm in the kitchen. And by the way, stale bread as it happens, is the best ingredient for toast, tasty soup croutons and of course here in Andalucía, the totally inexpensive and delicious salmorejo dish!

BUSINESS EXTRA

Running on empty CASTELLON airport, inaugurated in March 2011, cost €150 million but has never initiated commercial operations. Nor could it, as deposits for aircraft fuel were included in plans but never built.

Smart move SMART phones have a 66 per cent share of the Spanish mobile market, compared with 57 per cent in the UK, France, Italy and Germany.

Pension gap PREVIOUSLY selfemployed pensioners receive a monthly average of €603.76. This is 38 per cent less than the average Social Security pension of €858.11 a month.


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Loan deal to pay for new meters THE European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Spanish electric utility company Iberdrola have signed a loan contract for €200 million. The loan will support the modernisation of the electricity distribution network throughout Spain, improving its overall reliability and safety, they claim. The loan will co-finance a comprehensive investment programme designed to reinforce and modernise Iberdrola’s electricity distribution network. A large number of supply points in the full range of voltages operated by Iberdrola will be connected to the existing network. Furthermore, the programme will help pay for the installation of new digital electricity meters to meet Spanish legislation, which requires the deployment of digital meters for residential customers by 2018. The investment programme provides for the installation of up to 1.8 million new meters. The EIB has a long-standing relationship with Iberdrola, one of the largest power distribution companies in Spain, serving 10.7 million customers. The EIB has provided a total of €3.6 billion for projects in Spain since the beginning of the year, of which almost €1 billion is in the Spanish energy sector.

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ONO is to take on Europe

MORE and more of Spain’s young are leaving the country in search of work. The numbers of Spaniards under the age of 30 emigrating has gone up by 40.9 per cent since the economic crisis first hit Spain in 2008, according to the National Statistics Institute (INE). And the number of people in the 30 to 34 year age group has risen by 41.4 per cent. In total 14,084 of the 59,724 Spaniards who left the country in 2012 were aged between 20 and 34. But that figure is dwarfed by the numbers of non-Spaniards who moved away. In total 476,748 people left Spain. That is because many

SPANISH cable TV, phone and internet provider ONO will represent the country in the European business awards. It has been chosen to compete in the Millcom Award for Environmental and Corporate Sustainability category. It claims to have robust environmental policies based on saving energy and thus reducing CO2 emissions. The awards, held every two years, will be judged in April 2014. Despite the economic climate ONO is still growing. Sales were up 4.1 per cent in the first quarter of the year.

FORCED ABROAD: Looking for work. immigrants who moved here during good times have been unable to find jobs, and are deciding to move back to their home countries. Unemployment stands at 26.26 per cent with 55.13 per cent of under25s jobless. There are fears that a ‘brain drain’ effect might be taking place. A UGT trade union

report stated that more educated and well trained people are leaving. Top destination is Germany, which received 21,000 Spaniards in 2012. Other popular countries are the UK and France. In South America, Ecuador followed by Venezuela, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil and Peru are all popular.


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Shoppers need to look out for more than the bargains WHILE with my family shopping in the Chinese shop on the road from Quesada to Benijofar, I was approached by five men of either Russian or East European origin. All were tall, in their 30s, and one asked for help reaching some goods. I then realised a man behind had opened my bag and removed my purse. Though aged 70, I gave chase and got it back, and other family members then gave chase as the would-be thieves made their escape in a silver Volkswagen Passat. I was not the only person in the shop to be robbed. The shop staff - although they had it on CCTV - did not even call the police. All shoppers should be aware. Olga Clifton, by email

No warning signs I READ with interest ‘Signs needed over crime threat’ (Letters Issue 1469). I was subjected to a major theft of my bag, losing passports, driver’s licence, credit cards, keys, and money while shopping in the Mercadona supermarket in the central commercial centre, La Marina, Finestrat. Only due to my insistence were the police called, and the shop did not even take my details, acting as though it was normal for thefts, though there were no warning signs in the area. John Cook, Benidorm

Time for action I AGREE with Allen Everington (Letters Issue 1469) that it is about time something was done about the misuse of parking bays for the disabled. The police should carry clamps in their cars and as they also patrol on foot, should also have nearby access to them so that any vehicle not displaying a ‘Disabled’ sticker is automatically clamped and the owner fined when they go to get the clamp removed. Once put into effect people would stop wrongly parking in these bays. At the Javea Arenal Beach car park about 10 days ago, a motor-cycle policeman stopped to check my blue badge when I was sitting in my car, but a van with hazard lights flashing being unloaded by an able-bodied man parked in two disabled spots was ignored.

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A FRIEND being transported by ambulance after treatment at a Malaga Clinic to his home in Monte Biarritz, Estepona, completed his journey on the back of a grua after the vehicle had broken down!

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Why is this? Also four days ago on the Javea Arenal service road, a motor-cycle policeman asked about my badge which was on my windscreen - just as I got back into my car. So I think Javea are now starting to really check on this. Let’s hope others will also follow suit. Mick Scarles, Javea, Alicante

Lack of service DAYS after reading ‘Passport help’ (Letters, Issue 1469) praising a company for acting professionally, I found myself visiting Puerto Banus, Marbella, on a shopping trip. While I expect to pay a higher price in such surrounds, it would be nice if good service came with the price... and it definitely did not at the port-side café where my wife and I sat to enjoy a drink and watch the world go by. Having ordered an American coffee and a coke, the waiter returned and did not even bother to pour the coke

I ALWAYS look forward to reading the EWN when on holiday in Spain; however, on many occasions I come away with the impression of an antiCatholic agenda from some contributors. One recent article amounted essentially to a pro-abortion rant, attacking Catholic teaching on this subject. In reality, the Catholic Church quite reasonably supports the scientific fact that a newly-conceived child in the womb is a unique individual with a unique DNA, which will be retained throughout its life (assuming it is lucky enough to escape the none too tender mercies of the abortionist, back street or high street). I come from Ireland, a country which until recently (although that is about to change, thanks to the abortion lobby and a campaigning/ biased media) disallowed abortion. Incidentally, the so-called Catholic ‘dark ages’ (a favourite cliché of the historically ignorant) were a period of unprecedented human achievement; Oxford and Cambridge Universities being two notable high points.

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Woeful Africa IT is said that the ruination of Africa is charity. I am inclined to agree. Explain to me the Save the Children campaigns of which there are many. Am I wrong in thinking they create more children who go on to create more children and so on? The problem gets worse as most of the areas that they live in can’t support their needs and they are in constant need of food aid so they become aid reliant, not unlike some areas of the UK. And to add to that we have to save their animals, too - lions, rhinos donkeys, etc - thus they become benefit reliant. The point of this message is who benefits most? The charity business, the monster behind all these good deeds. Still one good thing comes from all this, we will never run out of lookylooky men. C G, by email

Good hunting WITH reference to ‘Car concern’ (Letters Issue 1467) I know of people who have had their vehicle classifications changed in the log book by dealers. In the one case, this was done for a charge of €75, so check this out, and good hunting! Also, thanks a lot for a very good newspaper. Bob, Sedella, Malaga

Go on, complain! I WANT to comment on the ‘Stop complaining letter’ (Issue 1468). It is a pity Clive Graham gets annoyed when he hears people complaining about Spain. People have a right to complain not only about Spain but England also. I was advised to come here on health grounds. I also survived the Second World War and its aftermath and was in a Cromwell tank. If people want to complain let them do so, for believe me they have plenty to complain about. Hal Rockliffe Address withheld upon request

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Watch out for unusual local laws PLAYING bingo, snacking while sitting on a monument or feeding pigeons may seem innocent enough activities to many British citizens. But these are just some of the reasons why some people have found themselves faced with hefty fines or in some cases arrested or detained abroad. Every year Britons are caught out by local laws and customs which might seem harmless in the UK, but may carry serious consequences abroad. Such incidents can be easily avoided by researching travel destinations in advance and taking note of updates and warnings issued by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). A recent FCO report identified that more than a quarter (27 per cent) of cases requiring consular

assistance were for arrests or detentions, highlighting the value of familiarising oneself with local laws in order to steer clear of trouble. Charles Hay, FCO Director of Consular Services, said: “Consular staff often find that travellers are unaware that local laws apply to them and many British nationals think of their British passport as a ‘get out of jail free’ card. “While consular staff will always try to assist British nationals who find themselves in difficulty abroad, we can’t interfere in another country’s legal processes. “We want Britons to have a great time when they travel abroad so it is a good idea to research the country they are visiting before they travel. Country specific laws and customs can be found at www.gov.uk/foreigntravel-advice.”

Charity basket from Sea Life SEA LIFE Benalmadena is raffling a charity basket with a Real Madrid football signed by the players. Merlin Entertainment Group set up the Magic Wand Foundation in 2008 to provide special experiences for seriously ill, disabled or needy children throughout the world. Since then, they have helped 85,000 children. ON OFFER: Bumper prize. The basket also contains Sea Life items and VIP passes for a year. There are more activities to raise funds for the foundation, more information at Sea Life.

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It is against the law to wear a bikini, swimming trunks or to go bare-chested away from the beach-front area. Don’t carry or use drugs. While the Netherlands has a reputation for being tolerant on the use of so-called ‘soft drugs’, this exists only for designated areas. Possession of prohibited substances or buying them can carry a prison sentence. Feeding the pigeons is against the law. Chewing gum on the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system is strictly prohibited. It is illegal to import more than 200 cigarettes.

Fines

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Venice Singapore Thailand

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2:15am BBC News 7:00am Breakfast The latest news, sport, business and weather from the BBC's Breakfast team. 10:15am Rip Off Britain 11:00am Homes Under the Hammer 12:00pm Don't Get Done, Get Dom 12:45pm Plan it, Build it 1:15pm Bargain Hunt Antiques challenge. 2:00pm BBC News at One The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 2:30pm BBC London News The latest news, sport and weather from London. 2:45pm Doctors 3:15pm Perfection

4.00pm - midnight 4:00pm Escape to the Country Series in which prospective buyers are helped to find their dream home in the country. 4:45pm Wanted Down Under 5:30pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:15pm Pointless 7:00pm BBC News at Six The latest national and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather. 7:30pm BBC London News 8:00pm The One Show 8:30pm Nigel Slater's Dish of the Day Cookery series. 9:00pm EastEnders 9:30pm Celebrity MasterChef 10:00pm Big School 10:30pm Mrs. Brown's Boys 11:00pm BBC News at Ten 11:25pm BBC London News 11:35pm Would I Lie to You?

8:00pm Doctor Who 8:45pm Robin Hood 9:30pm Confessions of a Shopaholic 11:05pm Russell Howard's Good News 11:30pm EastEnders 12:00am Family Guy Subversive animated comedy about American family life. 12:25am Family Guy Subversive animated comedy about the trials and tribulations of American family life. 12:45am American Dad! Animated adventures of a hapless CIA agent and his family. 1:10am American Dad! 1:30am Sweat the Small Stuff 2:00am Bad Education 2:30am Comedy Fest Live 2013 3:30am Boom Town Structured reality show featuring Britain's most eccentric real-life people. 4:00am Seann Walsh's Late Night Comedy Spectacular

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5:55am Vikings 6:35am What Makes Me, Me 6:50am Wonders of Nature 6:55am Homes Under the Hammer 7:55am Don't Get Done, Get Dom 8:40am Plan it, Build it 9:10am The A to Z of TV Cooking 9:55am F1: Grand Prix Practice Live coverage of the first practice session for the Italian Grand Prix. 11:35am A to Z of TV Gardening 12:00pm BBC News Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break. 12:30pm BBC World News 1:00pm The Daily Politics 2:00pm F1: Grand Prix Practice 3:35pm Coast

4:25am ITV Nightscreen 6:05am The Jeremy Kyle Show 7:00am Daybreak 9:30am Lorraine 10:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 11:30am This Morning Morning show featuring the latest news topics alongside showbiz and lifestyle features. 12:25pm ITV News The latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a local weather forecast. 12:30pm This Morning Morning show featuring the latest news topics alongside showbiz and lifestyle features. 1:30pm Star Treatment 2:30pm ITV News and Weather 3:00pm Storage Hoarders

3:25am Teleshopping Shopping from home. 6:55am ITV2 Nightscreen Text-based information service. 7:00am Emmerdale 7:25am Emmerdale 7:55am Life's Funniest Moments 8:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 9:10am You've Been Framed! 9:40am Dinner Date 10:40am The Real Housewives of New York City 11:35am The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills 12:30pm The Millionaire Matchmaker 1:30pm Emmerdale 2:00pm Emmerdale 2:30pm Life's Funniest Moments 3:00pm The Jeremy Kyle Show

6:55am Superscrimpers: Waste Not, Want Not 7:10am The Hoobs 7:35am The Hoobs 8:00am Hugh's 3 Good Things 8:05am According to Jim 8:35am Will and Grace 9:00am Frasier 9:30am Frasier 10:00am Everybody Loves Raymond 10:30am Everybody Loves Raymond 11:00am The Big Bang Theory 11:30am The Big Bang Theory 12:00pm Undercover Boss USA 1:00pm Channel 4 News Summary 1:05pm Hugh's 3 Good Things 1:35pm Kirstie's Vintage Gems 1:50pm 'Pimpernel' Smith

4:00pm Great British Menu 4:30pm Talking Pictures 5:15pm How We Built Britain 6:15pm Antiques Roadshow 7:00pm Eggheads 7:30pm Flog It! 8:00pm Athletics 10:00pm Natural World 11:00pm QI 11:30pm Newsnight

4:00pm Secret Dealers 5:00pm Long Lost Family 6:00pm The Chase 7:00pm ITV News London 7:30pm ITV News and Weather 8:00pm Emmerdale 8:30pm World Cup Qualifier 11:10pm ITV News at Ten and Weather Mark Austin and Natasha Kaplinsky with the latest headlines from around the world. 11:50pm World Cup Qualifier Highlights

4:05pm The Jeremy Kyle Show 5:10pm The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills The six sassy, champagne-swilling women reunite to reflect on the series' dramas. 6:05pm The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills The six sassy, champagne-swilling women return for more partying, gossiping and big spending. 7:00pm Dinner Date 8:00pm You've Been Framed! 8:30pm You've Been Framed! Harry Hill presents another collection of funny home videos sent in by the public. 9:00pm Miss Congeniality 11:15pm The Break-Up

4:10pm Countdown 5:00pm Deal or No Deal 6:00pm Come Dine with Me 7:00pm The Simpsons 7:30pm Hollyoaks The Roscoes receive shocking news, while Sandy's suspicions are piqued. 8:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 8:55pm 4thought.tv 9:00pm Four Rooms 10:00pm Secrets of the Pickpockets 11:00pm Alan Carr: Chatty Man

Vince Vaughn Jennifer Aniston

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12:05am Fallen Supernatural thriller. 2:05am Weatherview Detailed weather forecast. 2:10am BBC News

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12:05am The Tempest Adaptation of Shakespeare's play. 1:45am In Search of a Midnight Kiss Romantic comedy. 3:20am David Starkey's Music and Monarchy 4:20am This is BBC Two Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two

BBC4 8:00pm World News Today The latest national and international news, exploring the day's events from a global perspective. 8:30pm BBC Proms 10:15pm The Joy of Disco Documentary about how a muchderided music actually changed the world. 11:15pm Boogie Fever: A TOTP2 Disco Special 12:45am Queens of Disco 1:45am Sounds of the 70s Exploring the musical culture of the 70s. 2:15am The Joy of Disco Documentary about how a muchderided music actually changed the world. 3:15am Boogie Fever: A TOTP2 Disco Special

12:50am River Monsters 1:15am Jackpot247 Join the presenters live and play roulette on your telly. 4:00am Columbo 5:15am ITV Nightscreen Text-based information service.

11:15pm - The Break-Up Twist on the traditional romantic comedy formula as a happy couple's relationship implodes amid childishness and bickering. When neither wants to move out of their luxury apartment, a battle of wits ensues.

1:30am Fake Reaction 2:15am America's Got Talent 3:00am Life's Funniest Moments Series featuring hilarious candid moments caught on camera. 3:25am Teleshopping Shopping from home.

12:05am Paul Chowdhry: What's Happening White People? 1:10am Random Acts Channel 4's nightly short-form arts strand. 1:15am The Last Leg 2:00am I'm Spazticus 2:25am New Girl 2:45am The Mindy Project 3:10am The Ricky Gervais Show 3:40am St. Elsewhere Dr Gideon prepares for a strike by the hospital orderlies. 4:30am Four Rooms 5:25am Deal or No Deal

Satellite channels SKY1 6:00am Stargate SG-1 7:00am Brainiac: Science Abuse 8:00am The Middle 8:30am The Middle 9:00am The Middle 9:30am The Middle 10:00am The Middle 10:30am The Middle 11:00am The Middle 11:30am The Middle 12:00pm Glee 1:00pm Glee 2:00pm Glee 3:00pm Glee 4:00pm Stargate SG-1 5:00pm Stargate SG-1 6:00pm Modern Family 6:30pm Modern Family 7:00pm Futurama 7:30pm The Simpsons 8:00pm The Simpsons 8:30pm The Simpsons 9:00pm Modern Family 9:30pm Modern Family 10:00pm Modern Family 10:30pm Modern Family 11:00pm A League of Their Own 12:00am Don't Sit in the Front Row

12:30am Trollied 1:00am Chickens 1:30am Spartacus: Gods of the Arena 2:45am Nothing to Declare 3:15am Road Wars 4:05am Flintoff: From Lord's to the Ring 5:00am Stargate SG-1

SKY MOVIES COMEDY 10:00am The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 12:05pm Groundhog Day 1:50pm Mr. Deeds 3:30pm Win Win 5:20pm Shark Tale 6:55pm The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 9:00pm Groundhog Day 10:45pm Mr. Deeds 12:25am Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me 2:05am Eddie Murphy: Raw 3:40am The Original Kings of Comedy 5:40am Tooth Fairy 2

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After Tomorrow 1:35pm The Bourne Legacy: Premiere Special 1:55pm The Bourne Legacy

3:30am Giant 7:00am Elizabethtown 9:10am Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close 11:25am Clone 1:25pm About Time: Sky Movies Special 1:45pm Step Up 4: Miami Heat 3:30pm 10 Years

4:15pm Octopussy 6:30pm Independence Day 9:00pm The Day After Tomorrow 11:05pm The Bourne Legacy 1:25am Stealth 3:30am Alexander

5:20pm The Big Year 7:10pm Step Up 4: Miami Heat 9:00pm 10 Years 10:45pm Elizabethtown 12:55am The Juror 3:00am The Thing Called Love 5:10am The Big Year

SKY MOVIES ACTION 4:55am The One 6:30am The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Special 7:00am Flight of the Phoenix 9:00am War Horse 11:30am The Day

TCM 6:00am The Mountain 7:50am Gunsmoke 8:55am Gunsmoke 9:55am The Joker is Wild 12:15pm Vengeance Valley 1:50pm Gunsmoke 2:55pm Gunsmoke 4:00pm Kings Go Forth 6:10pm Hell and High Water 8:15pm His Majesty O'Keefe 10:00pm Unforgiven 12:35am Wild Geese II 2:55am Unforgiven 5:05am Off Set


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18th century problem still causing trouble WHAT now with Gibraltar? Guardia Civil scuba divers tying the Spanish national flag to the artificial reef that was created by dropping 74 Bruce Walbran concrete blocks off The Rock and into the sea. Bruce - a former UK career Whitehall linguist - has studied national history and culture responding with for years. outrage at such a A Spanish resident for two blatant breach of decades, he lives in Alfaz del Pi, near Benidorm. British sovereignty. Spanish Customs tightening the stranglehold THE ROCK: Colonial on the border crossing, leftover? threatening to charge Will this periodic arbitrary crossing fees. posturing between Britain But it’s nothing new. and Spain ever end? The Rock dropped into We live amongst the the possession of the somewhat farcical leftovers English Crown by way of of colonialism. There are the Treaty Of Utrecht, 25,000 registered British signed in July of 1713; citizens living on a rock that that’s 300 years ago almost is attached to a country of to the month in relation to 40 million Spaniards. And the start of the present the British Government dispute. Coincidence? refuses to discuss its Anyway, the treaty put an sovereignty. Spain itself has end to the War of the two Spanish-governed, Spanish Succession, a autonomous regions, Ceuta Europe-wide struggle for and Melilla, in North Africa. the Spanish Crown The Spanish Government, following the death in likewise, refuses to discuss November of 1700 of the their sovereignty with the childless Charles II of Moroccan Government. Spain. Enter Admiral Sir The great majority of the George Rooke whose people of Gibraltar, Ceuta mandate, with his Anglo- and Melilla all want selfDutch fleet, was to attack governance, a right granted French or Spanish coastal to them in our democratic towns. He settled on 21st century. And so we are Gibraltar. Two days of at a post-colonial impasse bombardment later and the between belligerent mainly Spanish defenders governments who are surrendered. getting nowhere. And so began the So it appears that any complicated modern possible solution or history of Gibraltar, progression towards shared captured by an Anglo- sovereignty can only be Dutch fleet in the name of found around the debating an Austrian Archduke who table at an organisation like was the pretender to the the United Nations - with Spanish throne. more sweeping global The Spanish have influence than individual repeatedly tried to regain governments - set up to control of The Rock, but to deal with issues like the no avail. Military assaults, colonial hangover. sieges, diplomatic and What is certain though is economic pressure, all that no solutions will be repulsed by that stiff upper found by posing for sublip. And now even waving aquatic pictures with your flags underwater on behalf national flag and then of aggrieved fishermen. posting them on twitter.

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2:10am BBC News 7:00am Breakfast 11:00am Saturday Kitchen 12:30pm Football Focus A look ahead to this weekends football action with interviews, expert opinions and highlights. 1:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 1:05pm Regional News All the latest local news. 1:08pm Weather The latest weather information. 1:10pm F1: Grand Prix Qualifying 3:30pm Homes Under the Hammer Property experts visit three properties before they go up for auction.

4.00pm - midnight 4:30pm Bargain Hunt Game show in which two teams compete for the best bargains before they go up for auction. 5:15pm Escape to the Country Series which helps prospective buyers find their dream home in the country. 6:00pm That Puppet Game Show 6:40pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 6:50pm Regional News All the latest local news. 6:55pm Weather The latest weather information. 7:00pm Pointless 7:50pm Strictly Come Dancing 9:10pm The National Lottery 10:00pm BBC News 10:15pm Weather The latest weather information. 10:20pm Last Night of the Proms 11:55pm Michael McIntyre Comedy Roadshow

8:00pm Doctor Who Sci-fi drama. 8:45pm Robin Hood Drama retelling the classic legend. 9:30pm World's Craziest Fools Mr T takes a look at some of the craziest clips from around the world. 10:00pm Road Trip 11:30pm Family Guy 11:55pm Family Guy 12:20am American Dad! 12:42am American Dad! 1:05am Comedy Fest Live 2:00am Comedy Fest Live 3:00am Boom Town 3:30am Bad Education 4:00am Russell Howard's Good News 4:30am World's Craziest Fools Mr T takes a look at some of the craziest clips from around the world.

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4:20am This is BBC Two Preview of upcoming programmes from BBC Two. 7:00am This is BBC Two 7:40am F1 the Italian Grand Prix 9:20am F1 the Italian Grand Prix 10:55am F1 the Italian Grand Prix Practice 3. 12:10pm The Sky at Night The world of astronomy with Patrick Moore. 12:30pm The A-Z of TV Cooking 1:15pm Caribbean Food Made Easy 1:45pm A Taste of My Life 2:15pm University Challenge 2:45pm Exploring China: A Culinary Adventure 3:45pm Wild China

5:15am ITV Nightscreen Text-based information service. 7:00am Babar and the Adventures of Badou 7:10am Matt Hatter Chronicles 7:35am Dino Dan 7:50am Dino Dan 8:00am Canimals 8:10am Canimals 8:15am Canimals 8:25am Sooty 8:35am Fish Hooks 8:50am Horrid Henry 9:00am Bottom Knocker Street 9:15am Bottom Knocker Street 9:30am Dinner Date 10:25am Saturday Cookbook 11:20am Murder, She Wrote 12:20pm Saturday Farm 1:20pm ITV News and Weather 1:25pm The Dales 1:55pm Midsomer Murders 3:50pm Mr Bean's Holiday

3:25am Teleshopping Shopping from home. 6:55am ITV2 Nightscreen Text-based information service. 7:00am Coronation Street Omnibus Fraught with nerves, Roy awaits the outcome of Hayley's operation. 9:15am Emmerdale Omnibus Rhona goes cold turkey. 12:10pm Girlfriends Emma Willis hosts the second series of the hit dating show. 1:10pm The Hot Desk 1:20pm The X Factor 2:25pm The Xtra Factor 3:25pm You've Been Framed! 3:55pm You've Been Framed!

5:25am Deal or No Deal 6:15am Countdown 7:00am The Treacle People 7:10am The Hoobs 7:35am British Rallycross 8:00am Mobil 1 The Grid 8:30am FIM World Superbikes 2013 9:00am The Morning Line 10:00am Frasier 10:30am Frasier 11:00am Everybody Loves Raymond 11:30am Everybody Loves Raymond 12:00pm The Big Bang Theory 12:30pm The Big Bang Theory 1:00pm The Simpsons 1:30pm Undercover Boss Australia 2:30pm Channel 4 Racing

4:45pm Urban Jungle 5:15pm Flog It! Antiques show which helps amateur auctioneers, collectors and bargain-hunters make a saving. 6:00pm Natural World 7:00pm Dragons' Den Series in which budding entrepreneurs get three minutes to pitch their business ideas to multimillionaires. 8:00pm Dad's Army Classic wartime sitcom about a group of man not able to take up active service due to their age - who set up their town's Home Guard in the Second World War. 8:30pm Last Night of the Proms Coverage of the final concert of the Proms season. 10:05pm Mock the Week Comedy show combining the best elements of panel show, stand-up and improvised games with two teams of comedians taking a satirical swipe at the news and world events. 10:35pm 360

5:30pm The X Factor 6:30pm Regional News and Weather Up to the minute regional news and weather updates. 6:45pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 7:00pm You've Been Framed! Comedy show which features a selection of camcorder catastrophes and video disasters. 7:30pm Stepping Out 9:00pm The X Factor 10:00pm Through the Keyhole 11:00pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 11:15pm Hellboy II: The Golden Army Action fantasy.

4:25pm You've Been Framed! 5:00pm You've Been Framed! 5:35pm Small Soldiers Computer animated drama. 7:45pm Twister 10:00pm The Xtra Factor 11:00pm Celebrity Juice Keith Lemon presents the tenth series of the outrageous comedy panel show. 11:45pm The X Factor

5:10pm Come Dine with Me 7:15pm Come Dine with Me 7:45pm Channel 4 News 8:05pm Double Your House for Half the Money 9:00pm Grand Designs 10:00pm Insidious

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12:25am The Recruit Computer whiz James Clayton joins the CIA to uncover the mystery about his dad's death. 2:15am Weatherview Detailed weather forecast. 2:20am BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather.

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12:20am An Unfinished Life The charming tale of a man, Einar, who is grudgingly reunited with his estranged daughter-in-law, Jean, after she goes on the run from her boyfriend. The pair have not seen each other since the death of Einar's son which he has always blamed on Jean. 2:00am This is BBC Two

BBC4 8:00pm Mud, Sweat and Tractors: The Story of Agriculture 9:00pm Ten Things You Didn't Know About Earthquakes 10:00pm The Young Montalbano 12:00am Mr. Blue Sky: The Story of Jeff Lynne and Elo 1:00am Rock Family Trees, Birmingham Beat 1:50am Jeff Lynne Acoustic: Live From Bungalow Palace 2:20am Ten Things You Didn't Know About Earthquakes 3:20am The Sky at Night The world of astronomy with Patrick Moore. 3:50am Mud, Sweat and Tractors: The Story of Agriculture

1:25am Jackpot247 4:00am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA Jeremy Kyle presents the American version of his popular talk show. 4:45am ITV Nightscreen

12:50am The Xtra Factor 1:50am Fake Reaction Matt Edmondson presents another episode of the wacky comedy panel show. 2:30am Fake Reaction 3:10am The Cube 3:55am Teleshopping Shopping from home.

12:05am Don't be Afraid of the Dark 2:00am Derren Brown 3:00am Hollyoaks Omnibus 5:15am Deal or No Deal

Satellite channels SKY1 6:00am Stargate SG-1 7:00am Emergency Animal Rescue 7:30am Emergency Animal Rescue 8:00am Micro Monsters 8:30am Micro Monsters 9:00am Making David Attenborough's Micro Monsters 10:00am Sky Sports Game Changers 11:00am Soccer A.M. 1:00pm World Wrestling Entertainment Superstars 2:00pm Spy 2:30pm Spy 3:00pm Spy 3:30pm Harrow: A Very British School 4:30pm Futurama 5:00pm Futurama 5:30pm Futurama 6:00pm Futurama 6:30pm Futurama 7:00pm The Simpsons 7:30pm The Simpsons 8:00pm The Simpsons 8:30pm The Simpsons 9:00pm A League of Their Own 10:00pm A Touch of Cloth

11:00pm Cop Squad 12:00am Road Wars 1:00am Road Wars 2:00am Armed and Dangerous: Ultimate Forces 3:00am Armed and Dangerous: Ultimate Forces 4:00am Glee 5:00am Airline USA 5:30am Airline USA

SKY MOVIES COMEDY 5:40am Tooth Fairy 2 7:15am What's Your Number? 9:05am Bean 10:40am Mean Girls 12:20pm The Dictator 1:55pm Ghostbusters II 3:50pm Bedtime Stories 5:40pm Bean 7:20pm Mean Girls 9:00pm Ghostbusters II 10:50pm The Dictator 12:15am How to Make Love to a Woman 1:50am What's Your Number? 3:40am Vamps 5:20am Bedtime Stories

SKY MOVIES DRAMA

6:05pm The Karate Kid, Part II 8:00pm The Karate Kid, Part II 10:00pm The Dark Knight Rises

5:10am The Big Year 7:00am Having You 8:40am The Artist 10:30am The Help 1:00pm Notting Hill 3:15pm About Time: Sky Movies Special 3:30pm Annapolis

12:45am Bad Boys II 3:15am First Blood 4:55am Underworld: Awakening

5:25pm Having You 7:15pm My Big Fat Greek Wedding 9:00pm Notting Hill 11:15pm Annapolis 1:10am The Bodyguard 3:30am Swinging with the Finkels 5:10am The Artist

SKY MOVIES ACTION 3:30am Alexander 6:30am Elysium: Sky Movies Special 7:00am The Karate Kid 9:10am The Karate Kid, Part II 11:10am The Karate Kid, Part II 1:10pm The Dark Knight Rises 3:55pm The Karate Kid

TCM 8:40am Gunsmoke 9:40am Gunsmoke 10:40am Hell and High Water 12:40pm His Majesty O'Keefe 2:25pm The Chinese Ring 3:40pm Shadows Over Chinatown 4:55pm The Mystery of the Golden Eye 6:15pm Dangerous Money 7:30pm Shanghai Chest 8:45pm Docks of New Orleans 10:00pm Collateral Damage 12:05am Alien Nation 1:55am Collateral Damage 3:45am Under Cover 5:20am Michael Caine Off Set 5:45am TCM Shorts


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2:20am BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 7:00am Breakfast The latest news stories and events. 10:00am The Andrew Marr Show Andrew Marr talks to key figures from politics, current affairs and the arts. 11:00am Sunday Morning Live 12:00pm Homes Under the Hammer Property experts visit three properties before they go up for auction. 1:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 1:05pm Weather for the Week Ahead 1:10pm F1: Grand Prix

4.00pm - midnight 4:15pm Victoria Wood's Nice Cup of Tea 5:15pm Escape to the Country Series which helps prospective buyers find their dream home in the country. 6:00pm Songs of Praise 6:35pm Britain's Big Wildlife Revival 7:35pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 7:50pm Regional News All the latest local news. 7:55pm Weather The latest weather information. 8:00pm Countryfile News and stories concerning the heart of the British countryside. 9:00pm Antiques Roadshow Antique experts travel the country to appraise people's wares. 10:00pm What Remains 11:00pm BBC News 11:15pm Regional News 11:20pm Weather 11:25pm Room 101 12:05am That Puppet Game Show 12:45am Fame 2:55am Weatherview Detailed weather forecast. 3:00am BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather.

BBC3 8:00pm F1: Grand Prix 9:10pm Great Movie Mistakes Not in 3D. 9:20pm Ratatouille 11:00pm Family Guy Animated comedy series about the everyday trials and tribulations of family life. 11:22pm Family Guy Subversive animated comedy about the trials and tribulations of American family life. 11:45pm Bad Education 12:15am American Dad! 12:37am American Dad! 1:00am Stacey Dooley Investigates 2:00am Some Girls 2:30am Some Girls 3:00am Boom Town 3:30am Shoplife 4:30am Bad Education

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2:00am This is BBC Two 7:00am Desert Passage 8:00am They Live By Night 9:30am Around the World in 80 Gardens Monty Don visits the world's 80 most inspiring gardens, this time on the Mediterranean. 10:30am The Beechgrove Garden Scotland's favourite gardening programme. 11:00am Saturday Kitchen Best Bites 12:30pm The Incredible Spice Men 1:00pm What to Eat Now 1:30pm EastEnders Omnibus A round-up of the week's events from Albert Square. 3:25pm Coast 3:45pm Sailing: America's Cup

4:45am ITV Nightscreen 7:00am Babar and the Adventures of Badou 7:10am Matt Hatter Chronicles 7:35am Dino Dan 7:50am Dino Dan 8:00am Canimals 8:10am Canimals 8:15am Canimals 8:25am Sooty 8:35am Fish Hooks Milo tries out for the team. 8:50am Horrid Henry 9:00am Bottom Knocker Street 9:15am Bottom Knocker Street 9:30am Country House Sunday 10:25am Ade in Britain 11:20am Murder, She Wrote 12:20pm ITV News and Weather 12:35pm Columbo 2:35pm Dinner Date Dating show with a twist. 3:35pm The X Factor

3:55am Teleshopping Shopping from home. 6:55am ITV2 Nightscreen Text-based information service. 7:00am You've Been Framed! 7:25am Emmerdale Omnibus Rhona goes cold turkey. 10:05am Coronation Street Omnibus 12:50pm America's Got Talent 2:45pm America's Got Talent 3:50pm Babe 2: Pig in the City

4:30pm Burghley Horse Trials 6:30pm Flog It! Antiques show which helps amateur auctioneers, collectors and bargain-hunters make a saving. 7:30pm Iolo's Great Welsh Parks: Plas Tan-YBwlch 8:00pm The Great British Bake Off 9:00pm Dragons' Den 10:00pm The Story of the Jews 11:00pm QI XL Panel-based quiz where it is more important to be interesting than right. 11:45pm Blackadder the Third

4:40pm Big Star's Little Star 5:45pm Land of the Lost Comedy based on the cult 1970s TV series. Disgraced scientist Rick invents a device which blasts him, along with an attractive Cambridge student and a redneck survivalist, to an alternate dimension populated by bizarre creatures, from the dangerous reptilian Sleestacks to the friendly, apelike Chaka. With the device lost, hapless Rick and the others must find a way to get home. 7:30pm Regional News and Weather Up to the minute regional news and weather updates. 7:45pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 8:00pm Coronation Street More drama and turmoil from the residents of Coronation Street in the longest running TV Soap. 9:00pm The X Factor 10:00pm Vera Detective drama based on characters created by crime writer Ann Cleeves.

5:40pm The X Factor 6:45pm The Xtra Factor 7:50pm Dragonheart 10:00pm The Xtra Factor 11:00pm The Big Reunion: On Tour

12:00am ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 12:15am The Unforgettable... 12:45am Rugby Highlights 1:40am The Store 3:40am Motorsport UK All the very latest motor sport action from around Britain. 4:30am ITV Nightscreen

12:00am American Pie Presents Band Camp Teen comedy sequel. 1:55am The X Factor 2:50am Hell's Kitchen 3:30am Life's Funniest Moments Series featuring hilarious candid moments caught on camera. 3:55am Teleshopping Shopping from home.

12:15am Shifty 1:40am Countryfile News and stories concerning the heart of the British countryside. 2:35am Holby City 3:35am This is BBC Two

BBC4 8:00pm Mud, Sweat and Tractors 9:00pm Ford's of Dagenham Dream 10:00pm Requiem for Detroit? 11:15pm Silent Souls 12:30am Joy of Disco 1:30am Boogie Fever 3:00am Queens of Disco 4:00am Mud, Sweat and Tractors: The Story of Agriculture

5:15am Deal or No Deal 6:05am Countdown 6:50am Kirstie's Handmade Treasures 7:10am The Hoobs 7:35am Ironman 2013 8:05am American Football 9:00am Everybody Loves Raymond As a challenge, Ray writes a eulogy for his very-much-still-alive father. 9:30am Frasier 10:00am Frasier 10:30am Sunday Brunch 1:30pm The Big Bang Theory 1:55pm The Big Bang Theory 2:25pm The Simpsons 2:55pm The Simpsons 3:25pm Bugsy Malone

5:15pm Location, Location, Location 6:20pm Stardust Matthew Vaughn's delightful family fantasy starring Charlie Cox, Sienna Miller and Claire Danes. The village of Wall nestles alongside a mysterious wall that must not be crossed. But when Tristan promises to bring his beloved Victoria a star that has fallen on the other side of the divide, he finds himself caught up in a mystical world. Four treacherous sons also seek the star to gain their dying father's throne, as do three evil witches. 8:40pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 8:55pm The Political Slot 9:00pm The Rise of Hitler 10:00pm Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

12:30am Alan Carr: Chatty Man 1:30am 8 Out of 10 Cats 2:15am American Football Live The NFL is back! 5:45am Ironman 2013

Satellite channels SKY1 6:00am Airline USA 6:30am Airline USA 7:00am The Hour of Power 8:00am Glee 9:00am Glee 10:00am Futurama 10:30am Futurama 11:00am World Wrestling Entertainment Superstars 12:00pm WWE Experience 1:00pm Spy 1:30pm Spy 2:00pm Spy 2:30pm One Direction: One Day 3:00pm Futurama 3:30pm Futurama 4:00pm Futurama 4:30pm Futurama 5:00pm Modern Family 5:30pm Modern Family 6:00pm Modern Family 6:30pm Modern Famil 7:00pm One Direction: One Day 7:30pm The Simpsons 8:00pm Moone Boy 8:30pm The Simpsons 9:00pm Harrow: A Very British School 10:00pm A Touch of Cloth 11:00pm Chickens

11:30pm Trollied 12:00am The Cafe 1:00am Road Wars 2:00am Road Wars 3:00am Road Wars 4:00am Armed and Dangerous: Ultimate Forces 5:00am Airline USA 5:30am Airline USA

SKY MOVIES COMEDY 5:20am Bedtime Stories 7:00am Sister Act 8:50am Big Top Pee-Wee 10:30am Mr Popper's Penguins 12:20pm Liar Liar 2:00pm The Mask 3:55pm The Top Ten Show 2013 4:10pm The Full Monty 5:50pm Mr Popper's Penguins 7:30pm Liar Liar 9:00pm The Mask 10:45pm The Full Monty 12:25am For a Good Time, Call... 2:00am One for the Money 3:45am Orange County

SKY MOVIES DRAMA

8:10pm Quantum of Solace 10:00pm Skyfall

5:10am The Artist 7:00am Girl, Interrupted 9:10am The Constant Gardener 11:25am Captain Corelli's Mandolin 1:40pm Field of Dreams 3:30pm The Notebook

12:25am Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows 2:35am Rambo: First Blood Part II 4:15am Rambo III

5:40pm Jane Eyre 7:45pm Awakenings 10:00pm The Notebook 12:15am Cold Mountain 2:50am The Hours 4:50am Jane Eyre

SKY MOVIES ACTION 4:55am Underworld: Awakening 6:30am The Lone Ranger: Premiere Special 7:00am Casino Royale 9:15am The Next Karate Kid 11:05am Casino Royale 1:30pm Quantum of Solace 3:20pm Skyfall 5:45pm Casino Royale

TCM 6:00am Marjorie Morningstar 8:25am The Chinese Ring 9:40am Shadows Over Chinatown 10:55am The Mystery of the Golden Eye 12:15pm Dangerous Money 1:30pm Shanghai Chest 2:45pm Docks of New Orleans 4:00pm Man in the Saddle 5:40pm Rio Bravo 8:25pm Thunder Over the Plains 10:00pm Welcome to the Jungle 12:00am Raising Arizona 1:50am Welcome to the Jungle 3:35am River of Death 5:15am Off Set


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3:00am BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 7:00am Breakfast The latest news stories and events. 10:15am Rip Off Britain 11:00am Homes Under the Hammer Property experts visit three properties before they go up for auction. 12:00pm Street Patrol UK 12:45pm Plan it, Build it 1:15pm Bargain Hunt 2:00pm BBC News 2:30pm Regional News All the latest local news. 2:45pm Doctors 3:15pm Perfection General knowledge quiz show.

4.00pm - midnight 4:00pm Escape to the Country Series which helps prospective buyers find their dream home in the country. 4:45pm Wanted Down Under 5:30pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:15pm Pointless 7:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 7:30pm Regional News All the latest local news. 8:00pm The One Show Magazine series featuring a mix of interviews, topical reports and features from around the UK. 8:30pm Inside Out 9:00pm EastEnders 9:30pm Panorama 10:00pm Motorway Cops 11:00pm BBC News 11:25pm Regional News 11:30pm Weather 11:35pm Child of Our Time 12:35am Live at the Apollo 1:20am Weatherview Detailed weather forecast. 1:25am BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather.

BBC3 8:00pm Don't Tell the Bride 9:00pm Snog, Marry, Avoid? 9:30pm Would I Lie to You? 10:00pm The Insider 11:00pm Russell Howard's Good News 11:30pm EastEnders Another visit to the residents of Albert Square, for a regular dose of drama, excitement and tears. 12:00am Family Guy Animated comedy series about family life. 12:22am Family Guy Animated comedy series about family life. 12:45am American Dad! 1:10am The Insider 2:10am Russell Howard's Good News 2:40am Great Movie Mistakes Not in 3D. 2:55am Don't Tell the Bride 3:55am The Insider

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3:35am This is BBC Two 7:00am This is BBC Two 7:05am Homes Under the Hammer 8:05am Don't Get Done, Get Dom 8:50am Plan it, Build it 9:20am The A to Z of TV Cooking 10:05am Restoration Home 11:05am Robbed, Raided and Reunited 11:35am Click 12:00pm BBC News 12:30pm World News News from around the world. 1:00pm The Daily Politics 2:00pm Mastermind Classic quiz show. 2:30pm Sailing: America's Cup 3:15pm Coast A look back at part of an episode of coast. 3:20pm Great British Menu 3:50pm Animal Park

4:30am ITV Nightscreen 6:05am The Jeremy Kyle Show 7:00am Daybreak 9:30am Lorraine 10:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 11:30am This Morning The popular morning lifestyle magazine show with advice, chat and competitions. 12:25pm ITV News 12:30pm This Morning The popular morning lifestyle magazine show with advice, chat and competitions. 1:30pm Loose Women 2:30pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 3:00pm Storage Hoarders

3:55am Teleshopping Shopping from home. 6:55am ITV2 Nightscreen Text-based information service. 7:00am Emmerdale 7:25am Coronation Street The police question Karl over Craig's disappearance. 8:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 9:10am You've Been Framed! 9:40am Dinner Date 10:40am The Real Housewives of New York City 11:35am The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills 12:30pm The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills 1:30pm Emmerdale 2:00pm Coronation Street 3:00pm The Jeremy Kyle Show

5:45am Ironman 2013 6:15am Deal or No Deal 7:10am The Hoobs 7:35am The Hoobs 8:00am Hugh's 3 Good Things 8:15am According to Jim 8:40am Will and Grace 9:00am Frasier 9:35am Frasier 10:05am Everybody Loves Raymond 10:35am Everybody Loves Raymond 11:05am The Big Bang Theory 11:35am The Big Bang Theory 12:00pm Undercover Boss USA 1:00pm Channel 4 News Summary Includes news headlines and weather. 1:05pm Hugh's 3 Good Things 1:40pm Kirstie's Vintage Gems 1:55pm Father Goose

4:35pm Gene Kelly Talking Pictures 5:15pm How We Built Britain 6:15pm Cash in the Attic Series which looks at the real value of household junk. 7:00pm Eggheads 7:30pm Flog It! Antiques show which helps amateur auctioneers, collectors and bargain-hunters make a saving. 8:00pm The Hairy Bikers' Best of British The Bikers go on a culinary journey through time to celebrate British food. 9:00pm University Challenge 9:30pm The Incredible Spice Men 10:00pm Robert Peston Goes Shopping 11:00pm The Sarah Millican Television Programme Sarah Millican returns with her comedy series featuring stand-up and unique interviews. 11:30pm Newsnight Comprehensive coverage of the day's important national and international news stories.

4:00pm The Alan Titchmarsh Show Chat show that celebrates the very best of British. 5:00pm Tipping Point 6:00pm The Chase 7:00pm Regional News and Weather Up to the minute regional news and weather updates. 7:30pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 8:00pm Emmerdale Popular long-running soap opera, set in a Yorkshire village. 8:30pm Coronation Street More drama and turmoil from the residents of Coronation Street in the longest running TV Soap. 9:00pm Countrywise 9:30pm Coronation Street 10:00pm Doc Martin 11:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather 11:35pm Benidorm

4:05pm The Jeremy Kyle Show 5:10pm The Real Housewives of Vancouver 6:05pm The Millionaire Matchmaker 7:00pm Dinner Date 8:00pm You've Been Framed! 8:30pm You've Been Framed! 9:00pm The X Factor 10:00pm Knocked Up

4:10pm Countdown 5:00pm Deal or No Deal 6:00pm Come Dine with Me 7:00pm The Simpsons 7:30pm Hollyoaks As Sinead faces court, how can Freddie ensure that she remains silent? 8:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 8:55pm 4thought.tv 9:00pm Jamie's Money Saving Meals In this episode the average price of the recipes is just ÂŁ1.30 per portion. 9:30pm Gadget Man 10:00pm Blackout 11:40pm Ramsay's Hotel Hell

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12:20am The Story of the Jews 1:20am The Hairy Bikers: Restoration Road Trip 2:20am This is BBC Two 5:00am The Code 5:30am Megabits

BBC4 8:00pm World News Today 8:30pm Nature's Microworlds Series in which Steve Backshall looks at some of the world's most iconic ecosystems. 9:00pm Pavlopetri - The City Beneath the Waves 10:00pm Lost Kingdoms of South America 11:00pm Ten Things You Didn't Know About Earthquakes 12:00am Tribe 1:00am Pavlopetri - The City Beneath the Waves 2:00am Nature's Microworlds Nature series in which Steve Backshall looks at some of the world's most iconic ecosystems. 2:30am Ten Things You Didn't Know About Earthquakes 3:30am Lost Kingdoms of South America

10:00pm - Knocked Up

12:05am Through the Keyhole 1:05am Jackpot247 4:00am UEFA Champions League Weekly 4:25am ITV Nightscreen

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12:40am Girlfriends 1:40am Fake Reaction 2:20am The Cube 3:10am The Hot Desk Exclusive gossip from special celebrity guests and the hottest bands around. 3:20am Teleshopping Shopping from home.

12:35am Educating Yorkshire This brand new eight-part documentary series explores life at a Yorkshire school. 1:35am Random Acts Channel 4's nightly short-form arts strand. 1:40am Top Boy 2:40am Run 3:30am Misfits 4:25am Nashville 5:10am Operation Amsterdam

Satellite channels SKY1 6:00am Airline USA 6:30am Airline USA 7:00am Brainiac: Science Abuse 8:00am Glee 9:00am Glee 10:00am Futurama 10:30am Futurama 11:00am NCIS: Los Angeles 12:00pm NCIS: Los Angeles 1:00pm NCIS: Los Angeles 2:00pm NCIS: Los Angeles 3:00pm Hawaii Five-0 4:00pm Stargate SG-1 5:00pm Stargate SG-1 6:00pm Modern Family 6:30pm Modern Family 7:00pm Futurama 7:30pm The Simpsons 8:00pm The Simpsons 8:30pm The Simpsons 9:00pm A League of Their Own 10:00pm Kick Ass Kung Fu 11:00pm Arrow 12:00am Arrow 1:00am Spartacus: Gods of the Arena 2:15am Nothing to Declare 2:45am Nothing to

Declare 3:15am NCIS: Los Angeles 4:05am NCIS: Los Angeles 5:00am Stargate SG-1

SKY MOVIES COMEDY 7:00am 50 First Dates 8:50am You May Not Kiss the Bride 10:35am Shrek 2 12:20pm The Campaign 2:00pm Without a Paddle 3:45pm Analyze This 5:35pm 50 First Dates 7:20pm Shrek 2 9:00pm The Campaign 10:30pm Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story 12:10am Without a Paddle 1:50am Analyze This 3:35am Fright Night

SKY MOVIES DRAMA 4:50am Jane Eyre 7:00am Step Up

4: Miami Heat 8:50am Black Gold 11:10am Shadowlands 1:20pm Apollo 13 3:45pm Shakespeare in Love 6:00pm The Rum Diary 8:15pm Step Up 4: Miami Heat 10:00pm Apollo 13 12:30am Hick 2:20am The Rum Diary 4:30am The Age of Innocence

SKY MOVIES ACTION 6:00am Over the Top 7:40am Outbreak 9:55am The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn 11:50am The Mummy 2:00pm The Mummy Returns 4:15pm The Scorpion King 5:50pm From Russia with Love 7:50pm The Mummy 10:00pm The Mummy Returns

12:15am The Scorpion King 1:55am Independence Day 4:30am Money Train

TCM 6:00am Off Set 6:45am TCM Shorts 7:05am With a Song in My Heart 9:20am Man in the Saddle 11:05am Rio Bravo 1:50pm Gunsmoke 2:55pm Gunsmoke 4:00pm Decision at Sundown 5:35pm The Indian Fighter 7:15pm Return of the Frontiersman 8:40pm Wild Stallion 10:00pm 300 12:15am The Horsemen 2:20am 300 4:15am The Brotherhood


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1:25am BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 7:00am Breakfast The latest news stories and events. 10:15am Rip Off Britain 11:00am Homes Under the Hammer Property experts visit three properties before they go up for auction. 12:00pm Street Patrol UK 12:45pm Plan it, Build it 1:15pm Bargain Hunt Game show in which two teams compete for the best bargains before they go up for auction. 2:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 2:30pm Regional News All the latest local news. 2:45pm Doctors Drama series set in a busy Midlands medical practice. 3:15pm Perfection General knowledge quiz show.

4.00pm - midnight 4:00pm Escape to the Country Series which helps prospective buyers find their dream home in the country. 4:45pm Wanted Down Under 5:30pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:15pm Pointless 7:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 7:30pm Regional News All the latest local news. 8:00pm The One Show Magazine series featuring a mix of interviews, topical reports and features from around the UK. 8:30pm EastEnders Another visit to the residents of Albert Square, for a regular dose of drama, excitement and tears. 9:00pm Holby City 10:00pm New Tricks 11:00pm BBC News 11:25pm Regional News 11:30pm Weather 11:35pm Child of Our Time

12:35am Goodnight Britain 1:35am Weatherview Detailed weather forecast. 1:40am BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather.

BBC3 8:00pm Top Gear 9:00pm The Insider 10:00pm Don't Tell the Bride 11:00pm Bad Education 11:30pm EastEnders Another visit to the residents of Albert Square, for a regular dose of drama, excitement and tears. 12:00am Family Guy Animated comedy series about family life. 12:22am Family Guy Animated comedy series about family life. 12:45am American Dad! Animated adventures of a hapless CIA agent and his family. 1:07am American Dad! 1:30am Bad Education 2:00am Comedy Fest Live 3:00am Stacey Dooley Investigates 4:00am Don't Tell the Bride

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6:00am After Life 6:55am Wonders of Nature 7:00am This is BBC Two 7:05am Homes Under the Hammer Property experts visit three properties before they go up for auction. 8:05am Street Patrol UK 8:50am Plan it, Build it 9:20am The A to Z of TV Cooking 10:05am Britain's Big Wildlife Revival 11:05am Robbed, Raided and Reunited 11:35am HARDtalk Stephen Sackur talks to newsmakers and personalities from across the globe. 12:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 12:30pm World News News from around the world. 1:00pm The Daily Politics 2:00pm Mastermind 2:30pm The Super League Show 3:15pm Great British Menu 3:45pm Animal Park

4:25am ITV Nightscreen 6:05am The Jeremy Kyle Show 7:00am Daybreak 9:30am Lorraine 10:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 11:30am This Morning The popular morning lifestyle magazine show with advice, chat and competitions. 12:25pm ITV News 12:30pm This Morning The popular morning lifestyle magazine show with advice, chat and competitions. 1:30pm Loose Women 2:30pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 3:00pm Storage Hoarders

3:20am Teleshopping 6:50am ITV2 Nightscreen 7:00am Emmerdale With Adam on the run, Moira is left to worry over her son's fate. 7:25am Coronation Street Karl begins to unravel. Sally's love life causes a stir in the factory. 7:50am Coronation Street Jason and Dev back Karl into a corner. Exhausted Hayley is welcomed home. 8:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA Jeremy Kyle presents the American version of his daytime talk show. 9:10am You've Been Framed! 9:40am Dinner Date 10:40am The Real Housewives of New York City 11:35am The Real Housewives of Vancouver 12:30pm The Millionaire Matchmaker 1:30pm Emmerdale 2:00pm Coronation Street 2:30pm Coronation Street 3:00pm The Jeremy Kyle Show

5:10am Operation Amsterdam 7:00am The Treacle People 7:10am The Hoobs 7:35am The Hoobs 8:00am Hugh's 3 Good Things 8:05am According to Jim 8:35am Will and Grace 9:00am Frasier 9:30am Frasier 10:05am Everybody Loves Raymond 10:35am Everybody Loves Raymond 11:05am The Big Bang Theory 11:30am The Big Bang Theory 12:00pm Undercover Boss USA 1:00pm Channel 4 News Summary Includes news headlines and weather. 1:05pm Hugh's 3 Good Things 1:35pm Kirstie's Vintage Gems 1:50pm The Professionals

4:45pm Ingrid Bergman Talking Pictures 5:15pm How We Built Britain 6:15pm Cash in the Attic Series which looks at the real value of household junk. 7:00pm Eggheads 7:30pm Flog It! Antiques show which helps amateur auctioneers, collectors and bargain-hunters make a saving. 8:00pm The Hairy Bikers' Best of British The Bikers go on a culinary journey through time to celebrate British food. 9:00pm The Great British Bake Off 10:00pm The Midwives: Delivering Under Pressure 11:00pm The Culture Show Topical magazine programme which features the best arts and culture stories of the last week. 11:30pm Newsnight Comprehensive coverage of the day's important national and international news stories.

4:00pm The Alan Titchmarsh Show Chat show that celebrates the very best of British. 5:00pm Tipping Point 6:00pm The Chase 7:00pm Regional News and Weather Up to the minute regional news and weather updates. 7:15pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 7:45pm Emmerdale Popular long-running soap opera, set in a Yorkshire village. 8:15pm 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 11:10pm ITV News at Ten and Weather Round-up of the day's news. 11:45pm World Cup Qualifier Highlights Highlights of a World Cup qualifying game.

4:05pm The Jeremy Kyle Show 5:10pm The Real Housewives of Vancouver 6:05pm The Millionaire Matchmaker Reality series following a matchmaker who caters for wealthy clients. 7:00pm Dinner Date 8:00pm You've Been Framed! 8:30pm You've Been Framed! 9:00pm Fool's Gold 11:20pm Celebrity Juice

4:10pm Countdown 5:00pm Deal or No Deal 6:00pm Come Dine with Me In this brand new episode in Taunton, Somerset, three countryside-loving take on an Essex boy. 7:00pm The Simpsons 7:30pm Hollyoaks 8:00pm Channel 4 News 8:55pm 4thought.tv 9:00pm Double Your House for Half the Money 10:00pm Top Boy 11:00pm Secrets of the Pickpockets

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SATELLITE CHANNELS

SMD 11:10am - The Artist - With the end of the silent movie era upon him, a charismatic Hollywood star struggles to make the conversion to the wondrous age of sound.

12:20am Mum and Dad are Splitting Up 1:20am Britain's Biggest Hoarders 2:20am This is BBC Two 5:00am One Hundred Years of the Women's Movement 5:25am How God Made the English

BBC4 8:00pm World News Today 8:30pm Nature's Microworlds Series in which Steve Backshall looks at some of the world's most iconic ecosystems. 9:00pm A Pembrokeshire Farm 9:30pm Britain on Film 10:00pm Ancient Greece: The Greatest Show on Earth Classicist Dr Michael Scott journeys to Athens to explore how drama first began. 11:00pm 20th Century Battlefields 12:00am Re-Meet the Ancestors 1:00am Requiem for Detroit? 2:15am Britain on Film 2:45am A Pembrokeshire Farm 3:15am Nature's Microworlds Nature series in which Steve Backshall looks at some of the world's most iconic ecosystems. 3:45am Ancient Greece: The Greatest Show on Earth Classicist Dr Michael Scott journeys to Athens to explore how drama first began.

12:50am In Plain Sight Drama about a U.S. Marshal attached to the highly secretive Federal Witness Protection Programme. 1:35am In Plain Sight Drama about a U.S. Marshal attached to the highly secretive Federal Witness Protection Programme. 2:20am Jackpot247 4:00am Loose Women 4:45am ITV Nightscreen

12:05am Billy Madison 1:55am Fake Reaction Matt Edmondson hosts the wacky comedy panel show. 2:35am Love in the Wild Last in the series of the US reality adventure show hosted by Jenny McCarthy. 3:20am Teleshopping Shopping from home.

12:05am Bouncers 1:10am Random Acts Channel 4's nightly short-form arts strand. 1:15am Pokerstars.Com Caribbean Adventure There were 987 players, but now just 21 remain. 2:10am American Football 3:05am KOTV Boxing Weekly 3:35am Beach Volleyball 4:30am Mobil 1 The Grid 4:55am Rallycross 5:25am FIM World Superbikes 2013 5:55am Four Rooms

Satellite channels SKY1 6:00am Stargate SG-1 7:00am Brainiac: Science Abuse 8:00am Glee 9:00am The Middle 9:30am The Middle 10:00am NCIS: Los Angeles 11:00am NCIS: Los Angeles 12:00pm NCIS: Los Angeles 1:00pm NCIS: Los Angeles 2:00pm Hawaii Five-0 3:00pm Hawaii Five-0 4:00pm Stargate SG-1 5:00pm Stargate SG-1 6:00pm Modern Family 6:30pm Modern Family 7:00pm Futurama 7:30pm The Simpsons 8:00pm The Simpsons 8:30pm The Simpsons 9:00pm Modern Family 9:30pm Modern Family 10:00pm A Touch of Cloth 11:00pm Road Wars 12:00am Arrow 1:00am Arrow 2:00am Now That's What I call

History! 2:30am Now That's What I call History! 3:00am Nothing to Declare 3:30am Nothing to Declare 4:00am Road Wars 5:00am Stargate SG-1

SKY MOVIES COMEDY 5:25am Monkey Business 7:05am Mr Popper's Penguins 35mm Special 7:35am Rock of Ages 9:50am Salvation Boulevard 11:40am School of Rock 1:40pm Horrible Bosses 3:30pm Big Business 5:10pm Vamps 6:55pm Rock of Ages 9:00pm School of Rock 10:50pm Horrible Bosses 12:30am Vamps 2:10am Harlem Nights 4:05am Boogie Woogie 5:40am Big Business

SKY MOVIES DRAMA

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

4:30am The Age of Innocence 7:00am Mother and Child 9:10am Anastasia 11:10am The Artist 1:00pm Crazy, Stupid, Love 3:10pm Drunkboat

4:00pm Die Another Day 6:15pm Thunderball 8:30pm The Amazing Spider-Man 11:00pm Last Action Hero

5:00pm Anastasia 7:00pm Medicine Man 9:00pm Crazy, Stupid, Love 11:00pm Mother and Child 1:10am Drunkboat 3:00am About Time: Sky Movies Special 3:20am Medicine Man 5:15am The Artist

SKY MOVIES ACTION 4:30am Money Train 6:30am Elysium: Sky Movies Special 7:00am Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of James Bond 8:45am The Amazing Spider-Man 11:10am Last Action Hero 1:25pm

1:15am Commando 2:55am Last Man Standing 4:45am The Perfect Weapon

TCM 10:35am The Indian Fighter 12:15pm Decision at Sundown 1:50pm Gunsmoke 2:55pm Gunsmoke 4:00pm My Darling Clementine 5:50pm Canyon River 7:25pm The Night Riders 8:30pm My Pal Trigger 10:00pm Drop Zone 11:55pm Thunderheart 2:05am Drop Zone


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considers himself something of an atheist, but he is nevertheless a man born of pure Jewish stock. Therefore, to my mind his decision to vote against attacking a Muslim country, which is utterly anti-Jewish and would side with Iran in its quest to obliterate Israel at the drop of a turban, also gives quite a boost to his own credibility. It did get me thinking that if the leader of the Labour party had been a Muslim (which I’ve no doubt they will be one day!) and Israel had been suspected of committing some unacceptable act, would that person have reacted with such an unbiased opinion? Somehow I think not. Having said all that, despite this week’s decision to stay out, should Assad take it as a weakening attitude by the West and its allies, and therefore give him carte blanche to massacre and commit atrocities at will, I am fully in favour of another parliamentary vote on the situation. With that may come on him and his cohorts all the force and retribution of a reversed decision. Let’s hope it never comes to that. Keep the faith Love Leapy Website: leapylee.co.uk. Email: leapylee2002@gmail.com.

Life began on Mars MOLYBDENUM the element believed to be linked to the origin of life is said to have come from meteorites blasted off Mars, according to Geochemist Professor Steven Benner.

Furr-do A CAT has earned a place in the Guinness World Records 2014 for the longest hair ever measured on a cat. ‘Colonel Meow’ has a furry coat that measures 22.87cm.

END COLUMN

WELL, what a result! Firstly, of course, I was delighted to see the British House of Commons finally took Leapy’s advice and voted against interference in Syria’s problems. (Any time, fellas!) Secondly, the result was a wonderfull example of British democracy in full glorious flow. In most countries, particularly those of the Middle East, a result of this nature would have probably led to disgruntled losers rioting and spilling blood in the streets. Far from being an embarrassing rout for David Cameron, I think the dignified and immediate acceptance of a result he clearly hadn’t been looking for, showed a strong, highly democratic leader bending, without recrimination or derogatory reactions, to the will of Parliament’s EAPY EE elected members. DIGNIFIED: David Cameron. SAYS IT To my mind Cameron, Hague and the portion of it in the hands of our OTHERS THINK IT Conservatives’ elected leaders. parliamentary credibility Even Ed Miliband I feel has has been utterly strengthened by their handling come through it all with his credibility still fairly of this situation. Trust is the key issue among our intact. What I find interesting is a fact that many politicians and I think this reaction shows we people seem to overlook, Miliband is Jewish. I actually can at last place at least a respectable know he has married out of the faith and

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Clever bird A PARAKEET alerted its owner to the fact that the neighbours were being burgled by squawking louder than usual.


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1:40am BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 7:00am Breakfast The latest news stories and events. 10:15am Rip Off Britain 11:00am Homes Under the Hammer Property experts visit three properties before they go up for auction. 12:00pm Street Patrol UK 12:45pm Plan it, Build it 1:15pm Bargain Hunt Game show in which two teams compete for the best bargains before they go up for auction. 2:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 2:30pm Regional News All the latest local news. 2:45pm Doctors Drama series set in a busy Midlands medical practice. 3:15pm Perfection

4.00pm - midnight 4:00pm Escape to the Country Series which helps prospective buyers find their dream home in the country. 4:45pm Wanted Down Under 5:30pm Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 6:15pm Pointless 7:00pm BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather. 7:30pm Regional News All the latest local news. 8:00pm The One Show Magazine series featuring a mix of interviews, topical reports and features from around the UK. 8:30pm Rip Off Food 9:00pm EastEnders Another visit to the residents of Albert Square, for a regular dose of drama, excitement and tears. 10:00pm Who Do You Think You Are? 11:00pm BBC News 11:25pm Regional News 11:30pm Weather 11:35pm The National Lottery Stars

12:20am Sliding Doors 1:55am Weatherview Detailed weather forecast. 2:00am BBC News The latest national and international news stories, followed by Weather.

BBC3 8:00pm Great Movie Mistakes Not in 3D. 8:20pm Pixar: 25 Magic Moments 9:20pm Ratatouille 11:00pm Boom Town 11:30pm EastEnders Another visit to the residents of Albert Square, for a regular dose of drama, excitement and tears. 12:30am Family Guy Animated comedy series about family life. 12:52am Family Guy Animated comedy series about family life. 1:15am Boom Town 1:45am Bad Education 2:15am Russell Howard's Good News 2:50am The Insider 3:45am Great Movie Mistakes 2: The Sequel 4:05am Russell Howard's Good News 4:35am Bad Education

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6:00am Ancient Egypt A reversion for schools of the BBC Two history series presented by Dr Joann Fletcher. 6:40am William Whiskerson 6:50am William Whiskerson 7:00am Homes Under the Hammer Property experts visit three properties before they go up for auction. 8:00am Street Patrol UK 8:45am Plan it, Build it 9:15am The A to Z of TV Cooking 10:00am Wild Shepherdess with Kate Humble 11:00am Flog It! Antiques show which helps amateur auctioneers, collectors and bargain-hunters make a saving. 12:00pm BBC News 12:30pm The Daily Politics 2:00pm Mastermind 2:30pm Sailing: America's Cup 3:15pm Coast A look back at part of an episode of coast. 3:20pm Great British Menu 3:50pm Animal Park

4:45am ITV Nightscreen 6:05am The Jeremy Kyle Show 7:00am Daybreak 9:30am Lorraine 10:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 11:30am This Morning The popular morning lifestyle magazine show with advice, chat and competitions. 12:25pm ITV News 12:30pm This Morning The popular morning lifestyle magazine show with advice, chat and competitions. 1:30pm Loose Women 2:30pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 3:00pm Storage Hoarders

3:20am Teleshopping Shopping from home. 6:50am ITV2 Nightscreen Text-based information service. 7:00am Emmerdale 7:25am The Xtra Factor 8:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA Jeremy Kyle presents the American version of his popular talk show. 9:10am You've Been Framed! 9:40am Dinner Date 10:40am The Real Housewives of New York City Reality series following a group of affluent Manhattan women. 11:35am The Real Housewives of Vancouver 12:30pm The Millionaire Matchmaker Reality series following a matchmaker who caters for wealthy clients. 1:30pm Emmerdale 2:00pm The Xtra Factor 3:00pm The Jeremy Kyle Show

5:55am Four Rooms 6:50am Superscrimpers: Waste Not, Want Not 7:10am The Hoobs 'Who's the King of the Sea?' asks the quiz in Iver's comic. 7:35am The Hoobs Groove's Tiddlypeep friends have gone shopping with their mum. 8:00am Hugh's 3 Good Things 8:05am According to Jim 8:35am Will and Grace 9:00am Frasier 9:30am Frasier 10:05am Everybody Loves Raymond Robert's excited to be dating a great new woman. 10:35am Everybody Loves Raymond 11:05am The Big Bang Theory 11:30am The Big Bang Theory 12:00pm Undercover Boss USA 1:00pm Channel 4 News Summary 1:05pm Hugh's 3 Good Things 1:35pm Kirstie's Vintage Gems 1:50pm The Battle of The River Plate

4:35pm Lauren Bacall Talking Pictures 5:15pm How We Built Britain David Dimbleby journeys through Britain, and through 1,000 years of our history, to discover the buildings that have made us who we are. 6:15pm Cash in the Attic Series which looks at the real value of household junk. 7:00pm Eggheads General knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the formidable 'Eggheads', who have all been winners on other quiz shows. 7:30pm Flog It! Antiques show which helps amateur auctioneers, collectors and bargain-hunters make a saving. 8:00pm The Hairy Bikers' Best of British The Bikers go on a culinary journey through time to celebrate British food. 9:00pm Harvest 2013 10:00pm The Wipers Times 11:30pm Newsnight Comprehensive coverage of the day's important national and international news stories.

4:00pm The Alan Titchmarsh Show Chat show that celebrates the very best of British. 5:00pm Tipping Point 6:00pm The Chase 7:00pm Regional News and Weather Up to the minute regional news and weather updates. 7:30pm ITV News and Weather A round-up of the latest news headlines and a national weather forecast. 8:00pm Emmerdale Popular long-running soap opera, set in a Yorkshire village. 8:30pm Coronation Street More drama and turmoil from the residents of Coronation Street in the longest running TV Soap. 9:00pm Big Star's Little Star 10:00pm Whitechapel 11:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather Round-up of the day's news. 11:35pm Great Night Out

4:05pm The Jeremy Kyle Show 5:10pm The Real Housewives of Vancouver 6:05pm The Millionaire Matchmaker Series following LA matchmaker Patti Stanger. 7:00pm Dinner Date 8:00pm You've Been Framed! 8:30pm You've Been Framed! 9:00pm Funniest Ever You've Been Framed! 10:00pm Girlfriends 11:00pm Hot Fuzz

4:10pm Countdown 5:00pm Deal or No Deal 6:00pm Come Dine with Me 7:00pm The Simpsons 7:30pm Hollyoaks Sinead makes a tough decision, and the Roscoes unite over a difficult family event. 8:00pm Channel 4 News Includes sport and weather. 8:55pm 4thought.tv 9:00pm How Not to Get Old 10:00pm Grand Designs For ten years Jonathan Broom has been obsessed with building his own home. 11:00pm The Last Leg 11:50pm Ramsay's Hotel Hell

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12:15am Weather The latest weather information. 12:20am The Midwives: Delivering Under Pressure 1:20am Britain's Biggest Hoarders 2:20am This is BBC Two 5:00am Bitesize Science

BBC4 8:00pm World News Today 8:30pm Nature's Microworlds Nature series in which Steve Backshall looks at some of the world's most iconic ecosystems. 9:00pm Harlots, Housewives and Heroines: A 17th Century History for Girls 10:00pm Horizon Guide 11:00pm Secret Knowledge 11:30pm Lost Kingdoms of South America 12:30am Pavlopetri - The City Beneath the Waves 1:30am Nature's Microworlds Nature series in which Steve Backshall looks at some of the world's most iconic ecosystems. 2:00am Harlots, Housewives and Heroines: A 17th Century History for Girls 3:00am Secret Knowledge 3:30am Horizon Guide

12:35am James Nesbitt's Ireland James Nesbitt presents an eight-part guided tour of Ireland. 1:05am Jackpot247 4:00am Columbo 5:40am ITV Nightscreen

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1:25am America's Got Talent 3:05am Life's Funniest Moments Series featuring hilarious candid moments caught on camera. 3:30am Teleshopping Shopping from home.

12:45am Random Acts Channel 4's nightly shortform arts strand. 12:50am Itunes Festival 2013 1:50am Arctic Monkeys 2:45am Shameless USA 3:45am Mother India

Satellite channels SKY1 6:00am Stargate SG-1 7:00am Brainiac: Science Abuse 8:00am Glee 9:00am The Middle 9:30am The Middle 10:00am NCIS: Los Angeles 11:00am NCIS: Los Angeles 12:00pm NCIS: Los Angeles 1:00pm NCIS: Los Angeles 2:00pm Hawaii Five-0 3:00pm Hawaii Five-0 4:00pm Stargate SG-1 5:00pm Stargate SG-1 6:00pm Modern Family 6:30pm Modern Family 7:00pm Futurama 7:30pm The Simpsons 8:00pm The Simpsons 8:30pm The Simpsons 9:00pm Harrow: A Very British School 10:00pm A League of Their Own 11:00pm Chickens 11:30pm Cop Squad 12:30am Armed and Dangerous:

Ultimate Forces 1:30am Now That's What I call History! 2:00am Now That's What I call History! 2:30am Road Wars 3:30am Nothing to Declare 4:00am Glee 5:00am Stargate SG-1

SKY MOVIES COMEDY 5:40am Big Business 7:25am I Don't Know How She Does it 9:05am Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me 10:45am Evolution 12:30pm The Top Ten Show 2013 12:50pm The Sitter 2:20pm Austin Powers in Goldmember 4:00pm Bedtime Stories 5:45pm A Thousand Words 7:20pm Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me 9:00pm Austin Powers in Goldmember 10:40pm The Sitter

12:05am A Thousand Words 1:40am I Don't Know How She Does it 3:15am We're No Angels 5:05am Bedtime Stories

of the Planet of the Apes 10:20am Gladiator 1:00pm Jurassic Park 3:10pm Live and Let Die

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5:15pm The Man with the Golden Gun 7:25pm Gladiator 10:00pm Jurassic Park

9:00am Blue Hawaii 10:50am Twins 12:50pm The Five-Year Engagement 3:00pm Monte Carlo

12:10am The Last Samurai 2:45am Contraband 4:40am Death Wish

5:00pm To Rome with Love 7:00pm Field of Dreams 9:00pm The Five-Year Engagement 11:10pm Annapolis 1:00am To Rome with Love 2:55am The Help 5:25am Foster

SKY MOVIES ACTION 6:20am Kick-Ass 2: Sky Movies Special 6:40am The Top Ten Show 2013 7:00am The One 8:30am Rise

TCM 9:20am The Night Riders 10:25am Canyon River 12:00pm My Darling Clementine 1:50pm Gunsmoke 2:55pm Gunsmoke 4:00pm Waco 5:40pm The Spikes Gang 7:35pm Taras Bulba 10:00pm On Deadly Ground 11:55pm Stuck on You 2:10am On Deadly Ground 3:55am Stuck on You


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WATCH TOWER: Torre Calaburras.

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a Cala de Mijas is part of Mijas located in the coastal area of the municipality. It sits between Fuengirola to the east, and Marbella to the west. In the 16th century, the area was an important location for the defence of the coast. Proof of this are the watch towers which still stand there, from which warning was given of the presence of enemy ships to the garrisons of Fuengirola, Benalmadena and Marbella. The towers are the Torre de Calahonda (16th century), Torre La Cala del Moral (16th century) and Torre Calaburras. With a population of more than 2,000 inhabitants, the town is dedicated to tourism, but also has municipal services such as health centres, schools, ‘Casa de la Cultura’ and library.

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SMALL VILLAGE: Became popular in the Spanish 1960s tourist boom. The seabed has a rich biodiversity with a large number of European, African, Atlantic and Mediterranean species. La Cala de Mijas started off life as a small white-washed fishing village, but became popular with the Spanish tourist boom in the 1960s. In those days, La Cala had

some 30 cottages, a couple of bars, an open-air summer cinema, a butcher’s, grocer’s, a small chapel, a school and little else. Nowadays, it is a bustling, busy town with a multitude of shops, supermarkets and a wide variety of bars and restaurants for all Turn to next page


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Has great community spirit From previous page tastes and budgets. It is described by local residents as a very forwardthinking place, where there is a great community spirit and a huge effort has been made by the local authorities to help and integrate the many foreign residents who have chosen to live there. It is now a multicultural town in which many different nationalities coexist, but still conserves its traditional small-town feel. Not only is there a range of options for eating and drinking, the area boasts some impressive golf

LA CALA FOREIGNERS DEPARTMENT: Now situated in a new office in Bulevar de la Cala.


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EXHIBITIONS • Mariann Johansen-Ellis is exhibiting some of her best engravings at the Folk Museum in an exhibition entitled ‘Mi cajonera’. Folk Museum at Mijas Village • The Cultural Centre in Las Lagunas continues to offer an exhibition of photographs taken by the students from the Open University

drinking. ge of options for eating and DE MIJAS: There is a wide ran

courses which attract golfers of all ages from across Europe. The new foreigners’ department office in La Cala is in Bulevar de la Cala, 45. Contact 952 589 010 or e-mail frd@mijas.es.

SUMMER CINEMA The ‘Vive Mijas by Night’ programme has brought back the traditional summer cinemas. There will be films offered on Fridays and Wednesday nights and the proposals this week are films for children. On Saturday nights there

will also be dance music for everyone. Fridays, Wednesdays and Saturdays in September. From 9.30pm.

FLAMENCO DANCING The Virgen de la Peña Square in Mijas village offers flamenco dancing shows every Wednesday at 12pm. The Bar Alarcón in Mijas also offers flamenco dancing every week. Held every Wednesday at 10pm.

Until mid September • Exhibition of photographs by Julio Conejo. At the Bar Alarcón in Mijas Village In October: Trip to northern Morocco in collaboration with the Foreigners Deaprtment. October 14 -17, €398. Contact 673 451 812 or email geraldine@via-reisen.com In November: Trip on El Andaluz train, November 5. Contact details as above. La Cala International Christmas Fayre, November 30 – December 15. International Christmas Concert , Town Hall office, La Cala, November 30, 5pm, by TIMS. Limited seating, booking required.


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Lack of jobs - not spirit - to blame! Do you feel that many of the young who are out of work in Spain lack the true grit to get jobs, as indicated for their counterparts in a UK-based report?

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INDING work for the young is a tough challenge in Spain, and though some jobless are not as hungry as they might be to find employment, the economic situation is making life very difficult for them, according to many expatriates. Meanwhile, a UK government minister has revealed that almost half of Britain’s jobless aged 1624 are not seeking work and are classed as economically inactive. Katherine Pate and Patricia Johnston, two retirees who now work as charity shop volunteers in Arroyo de la Miel on the Costa del Sol, feel that rather than showing true grit, the current working climate in Spain makes finding work a struggle for young people. “I think it’s very difficult for young people in Spain, according to what you hear in the news,” said Katherine. “A lot of the young ones don’t have any money and the parents don’t have any money. That’s why a lot of them go to England to find jobs.”

AMY REALEY: Students are graduating, yet struggling to find work. Patricia agrees. “I think young people find it very difficult to find jobs. I think the government could do a bit more to get them out working, even volunteering, anything to gain experience.” Amy Realey, a 20-year-old student nurse from the UK on holiday in Torrevieja on the Costa Blanca, says finding work is difficult for young people everywhere as there “is not much work out there, anywhere. Some friends have finished university

KATHERINE PATE and PATRICIA JOHNSTON: Young should have more help to gain experience.

STREET TALK but can’t get work within their degree subjects so work in bars, etc.” Amy’s mother Alison agrees: “I’m not sure what the situation is

KATIE FORREST: The economic crisis is the problem in Spain, not the attitude of the young. like with Spanish youngsters, but I wouldn’t want to be starting out again. People are studying hard yet having to take menial jobs.” Katie Forrest who lives on the Costa del Sol blames the economic crisis - not the lack of grit among youngsters - for high enemployment. “I think they’re trying to get work but there’s nothing. The crisis has hit Spain worse than anywhere else, shops are closing, people are taking things out of bins, and it’s awful.”

Matt Taylor, a roofer from the Scottish borders visiting his holiday home in Formentera del Segura in Costa Blanca believes young people in Spain are more likely to go out and find work. “Youngsters here are different, they seem better behaved and more family orientated and if they get a job hold it and work hard.” But John Poole who runs a kitchen fitting business on the Costa Blanca disagrees, saying the general attitude towards work is not what it used to be. “Kids these days are too distracted by computers and television. They seem to think work will just fall on their laps. In my day you had to work and work hard to survive. There is always work if you work hard enough to find it.” And Roy Groves of Torre in Almeria feels although things are tough, in the main those that really want to work can find jobs. “Some Spanish I know have taken unpaid jobs just to get work experience.”


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Gibraltar Dispute arrest OFFICERS of the Royal Gibraltar Police arrested and charged a local resident, 30, following a family dispute at Laguna Estate.

Iron man IN the European Championship for Iron Man in France, with the Great Britain squad, local Akhil Viz finished the race in 189th out of 718 entrants.

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Now Demo held at frontier A PEACEFUL demonstration was held outside the Spanish customs office at the frontier, to support people working for the Spanish authorities alleging harassment from Gibraltarians.

Lock of Love JUSTINE PICARDO cut 12 inches off her hair to donate to international charity Locks of Love, which provides hairpieces to financially disadvantaged children suffering from medical hair loss.

Some climber IN two weeks, a Gibraltarian mum of three, climbed La Concha (1,200m), El Veleta (3,400m) and Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895m), to support the 3 Million Club’s aim to stop the death of children from malnutrition by 2020.

‘Peace’ walker arrives safely JUSTO MARQUEZ, the man who set out spent the night. to walk to Gibraltar from his home in In the following three days he Nerja carrying a wooden cross, walked the remaining 163 reached his destination. kilometres carrying a Four days after he wooden cross with a wheel Marquez started his journey he at its base. left his made it to the fence Once at the Gibraltar separating Gibraltar from border, he spent 24 hours Nerja home Spain, 193 kilometres praying for a resolution to carrying a from his home. tensions between the wooden cross Rock and Spain. On the first day of his journey, Marquez went over As expected, residents and the 30 kilometres separating tourists showed their interest in Malaga from Fuengirola, where he Marquez, although nobody joined him.

WHAT’S ON September 6 My Wine Gibraltar Ltd, Gibraltar’s first Wine Fair Venue: 7 Chatham Counterguard, 1pm until midnight Opportunity to try wines from all over the world supplied locally by Saccone & Speed, Sacarellos & Morrisons. There will be entertainment in the form of acoustic sets performed by Giles Ramirez and Steven Mclaren of Reach with Adrian Pozo. Information: 00 350 20069463 or info@mywinesgibraltar.com September 10 My Wine Gibraltar Ltd, Street Party and Argentinian style BBQ Venue: 7 Chatham Counterguard Price: £20.00 per person includes food and a glass of Sangria Information: 00 350 20069463 or info@mywinesgibraltar.com


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VIRGO (August 24 - September 23) The changes that have already started in the way that you see your life have given pause for thought. You are sure that you could have done better but maybe it is not clear how. Take a step back now and see where you came from. Two years ago where were you heading? Do you still want to follow that path? A need to get back on track can start this week. LIBRA (September 24 - October 23) It becomes clear to you that some friends are drifting away. We all have to make changes as life itself is a constantly shifting event. You prefer to hold on to what is familiar and you are not alone in that. At the moment, however, there is much for you to experience, see and feel. Sometimes this brings you discomfort and sometimes unimaginable joy. SCORPIO (October 24 - November 22) With a lot of pent-up energy and not a little determination the month is off to a strong start with you. Be aware, however, that treading on the toes of influential people is not to be advised. Your feeling that you are right is admirable, but be tactful. SAGITTARIUS (November 23 - December 21) You of all people understand the importance of the spiritual side of life. Despite being successful in your own right there is the need to bring this to other people. In sharing your experiences this year you come to a better understanding yourself. CAPRICORN (December 22 - January 20) Your practical streak is in full force. Over the next months you will bring much benefit to those around you, in financial terms perhaps, but also spiritually. This week, in itself, shows you how others value your presence and advice. AQUARIUS (January 21 - February 19) Your lot is to be optimistic and positive. Perhaps in the last few months there was the need to take on the problems of others. However, you absolutely must get a balance here. Concentrate this week on getting your body and mind in good shape. That means being a little self-centred to start with. A good routine is essential and the will to stick with it.

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IF ITʼS YOUR BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK: There may still be an element of letting opportunities slip through your fingers. Is this because you are not used to making that really intense effort? You aren’t called upon to do it often, but this time it is well worth it.

September 5: Rose McGowan, 40. American actress who starred in TV supernatural drama series Charmed. September 6: Roger Waters, 70. Bass player and frontman of English rock band Pink Floyd. September 7: Gloria Gaynor, 64. American disco and soul singer who recorded I Will Survive in 1979.

PISCES (February 20 - March 20) Your very nature can lead to internal struggles. In the coming months, however, the truth becomes clear. What is outside of your experience now will become a part of your make-up. Any fear that you had of the unknown gradually diminishes. ARIES (March 21 - April 20) There has been a very strong feeling through these last few weeks. This feeling has been one of spirituality. Your thoughts have been deeper than usual and the sense that there is more to life is acute. This, therefore, gives an impetus to everything that you do this week. The need to progress both on the home and business front has rarely been stronger.

Your Stars

September 8: Martin Freeman, 42. Science-fiction actor who played Bilbo Baggins in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit.

Jesus Vazquez is a Spanish TV presenter. He started his career at age 25 in Spanish TV channel Telecinco and has been linked to it ever since. He is known for hosting the Spanish version of The Voice and his charity work. He released an album in 1993, but never resumed his musical career.

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TAURUS (April 21 - May 21) In the last few weeks there may have been a sense of being not quite in control. That is something to deal with this week. Real progress will only be made when you have faced what is not wanted. You will rid yourself of any negative emotions quickly by facing them. GEMINI (May 22 - June 21) You are a great charmer but it is possible to have too much of a good thing. Is there the possibility that your romantic life needs tidying up? Perhaps the number of irons that you have in the fire is causing problems? This week, make it a priority to simplify your life. Be strong and straight with others. A clean slate for the future means not letting small matters run away with you.

September 10: Colin Firth, 53. English film, television and theatre actor, winner of two Academy Awards. September 11: Moby, 48. American electronic musician and descendent of Moby Dick author, Herman Melville. CANCER (June 22 - July 23) The ever-inquisitive part of your brain is in high spirits. Clearly there is much to be known and enjoyed over the coming months. Begin at the beginning though. Before you throw yourself into a spiritual or business endeavour, get the facts. I don't mean what people tell you they think. What you need right now is proof that your interest in a certain area is justified. LEO (July 24 - August 23) Certainly there have been times that you felt crestfallen. Sometimes circumstances bring us down. Avoid believing in the myth of ʻwhat should have beenʼ. What you are is not what others see but what you feel inside. Success does not depend upon your bank balance but rather more your spiritual progress.

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1. According to the Italian writer Carlo Collodi, which famous character was created by a woodcarver named Geppetto in a small Italian village, he was made as a wooden puppet, but dreamed of becoming a real boy? 2. Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator was the sequel to which 1964 children’s novel by Roald Dahl? 3. Created by the American writer Dr Seuss, what is the name of the bitter, grouchy, cave-dwelling creature with a heart ‘two sizes too small’, who lives on snowy Mount Crumpit, a steep high mountain just north of Whoville, home of the merry and warm-hearted Whos? 4. In which fairy tale does a young lad living with his widowed mother sell their milk cow to an old man he meets who offers ‘magic beans’ in exchange for the animal? 5. ‘Make Good Use of Bad Rubbish’ is the environmentally-friendly message of which fictional creatures? 6. The fairy tales The Tinderbox, The Princess and the Pea, Thumbelina, The Little Mermaid and The Emperor’s New Clothes were all written by which Danish author?

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When multimillionaire playboy Tony Stark finds his personal world destroyed at his enemy’s hands, he embarks on a harrowing quest to find those responsible. With his back against the wall, Stark is left to survive by his own devices, relying on his ingenuity and instincts to protect those close to him from his most powerful enemy yet, the Mandarin. Starring Robert Downey Jr, Guy Pearce, Gwyneth Paltrow and Ben Kingsley. Directed by Shane Black. Runtime 130 minutes. Rated 12.

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The purpose of the Hexagram puzzle is to place the 19 six-letter words into the 19 cells. The letters at the edges of interlocking cells MUST BE THE SAME. The letters in the words must be written CLOCKWISE. The word in cell 10 (BREATH) and one letter in four other cells are given as clues.

1. PINOCCHIO, 2. CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, 3. THE GRINCH, 4. JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, 5. THE WOMBLES, 6. HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN

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LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION agin, ergo, gain, gait, gate, gean, gear, gent, girn, giro, gnat, goat, goer, gone, gore, gran, grin, grit, grot, ogre, rage, rang, ring, tang, ting, toga, tong, trig, agent, agone, anger, argon, argot, ergot, gator, genii, giant, goner, grain, grant, grate, great, griot, groan, groat, groin, ingot, orang, organ, range, reign, tango, tiger, tigon, tinge, airing, argent, earing, eating, gainer, gaiter, garnet, goiter, goitre, gratin, ignite, ignore, oaring, onager, orange, origin, rating, regain, region, tiring, toerag, triage, trigon, granite, igniter, ingrate, negator, orating, rioting, tangier, tearing, tiering, rigatoni, ORIGINATE

How many English words of four letters or more can you make from the nine letters in our Nonagram puzzle? Each letter may be used only once (unless the letter appears twice). Each word MUST CONTAIN THE CENTRE LETTER (in this case M) and there must be AT LEAST ONE NINE LETTER WORD. Plurals, vulgarities or proper nouns are not allowed.

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Move from the start word (GEAR) to the end word (HATS) in the same number of steps as there are rungs on the Word Ladder. You must only change one letter at a time.

GEAR PEAR PEAS PETS PATS HATS

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CRYPTIC Across 1 Miser finds it more difficult to keep nothing hidden (7) 5 Mistakes made on the cricket field (5) 8 White-collar workers? (7) 9 Panic from the Bengal Armyʼs ranks (5) 10 Promise unusual wares (5) 11 The demolished place is exceptional (7) 12 Dishes spelt a different way (6) 14 Prison guards put eight in ship (6) 17 Indefinite as an item in the press (7) 19 Dan is split between the ship and the beach (5) 22 Claim to be a period picture (5) 23 First Italy, then Northern Ireland reversed it, American law (7) 24 Stage is redesigned for The Doors (5) 25 Compositions from Stonesʼ new leader (7) Down 1 Oriental jumps around with expectations (5) 2 Stand up for a wage increase (5) 3 Be entitled to take back food given to? (7) 4 Is getting in support to stand oneʼs ground (6) 5 A point to a story, kept too long (5) 6 Suppose Iʼm a soldier (American, born French) (7) 7 A politician attends 21 Down to obtain such specimens (7) 12 Vegetable king is reaching the top (7) 13 Pull a ton over large area of land (7) 15 Protect confused cousin Henry (7)

The clues are mixed, some clues are in Spanish and some are in English. Across 1 Cousin (5) 3 Píldoras (5) 5 Us (3) 7 Ticket collector (7) 9 Cerca (indicando proximidad) (4) 10 Dátil (4) 13 Glance (at object) (7) 14 Esquí (3) 15 Suizo (5) 16 Waves (in sea, lake) (5) Down 1 Navajas (9) 2 Another (4) 3 Turkey (bird) (4) 4 Cirugías (9) 6 Estrellas (5) 8 Asientos (muebles) (5) 11 Country (nation) (4) 12 Wolf (4)

16 Exceptional person one encountered in class (6) 18 Mating game? (5)

QUICK Across 7 Courteous (6) 8 Scandinavian kingdom (6) 9 Magnitude (4) 10 Mercy (8) 11 Bewilder (7) 13 Large black bird (5) 15 Runs away (5) 17 Daydream (7) 20 Small parrot (8) 21 Cleansing agent (4) 22 Calm (6) 23 Respite (6)

20 The sound of a piano is excruciating (5) 21 Old Bobʼs ales are for after Christmas events (5)

Down 1 Constabulary (6) 2 Long walk (4) 3 Educator (7) 4 Pale-faced (5) 5 Applicable (8) 6 Save from disaster (6) 12 Ready (8) 14 Manufacturing plant (7) 16 Departs (6) 18 Afraid (6) 19 Flat (5) 21 Brood moodily (4)

LAST WEEK’S SOLUTIONS CRYPTIC Across: 1 Officer, 5 Beta, 8 Large, 9 Tasting, 11 Cuba, 12 Sandwich, 15 Valet, 16 Delft, 19 Assailed, 21 Pull, 23 Cowpoke, 25 Ernes, 26 Keen, 27 Hacksaw. Down: 2 Forebears, 3 Item, 4 Entrap, 5 Bit, 6 Tunic, 7 Place, 10 Sadder, 13 Influenza, 14 Medico, 17 Geneva, 18 Blast, 20 Stoke, 22 Desk, 24 Pen. QUICK Across: 1 Arrogant, 6 Ugly, 8 Inns, 9 Original, 10 Queen's Counsel, 11 Team, 13 Stay, 17 Vacuum cleaner, 20 Demijohn, 21 Near, 22 Hare, 23 Hesitant. Down: 2 Run out, 3 Obscene, 4 Atoms, 5 Tailors, 6 Union, 7 Leader, 12 Mammoth, 14 Against, 15 Camera, 16 Remain, 18 Unite, 19 Links.

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ENGLISH-SPANISH Across: 1 Madrastra, 7 Sheep, 8 Antes, 9 Peine, 10 Kings, 11 Creer, 12 Ujier, 14 Sweetcorn. Down: 1 Más, 2 Dieciseis, 3 Apple tree, 4 Tracksuit, 5 Autentico, 6 Vasos, 9 Pecho, 13 Ron.

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Each number in the Code Breaker grid represents a different letter of the alphabet. In this week’s puzzle, 25 represents C and 3 represents T, so fill in C every time the figure 25 appears and T every time the figure 3 appears. Now, using your knowledge of the English language, work out which letters should go in the missing squares. As you discover the letters, fill in other squares with the same number in the main grid and the control grid.

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TOP TEN www.bva.org.uk WORLD’S MOST INFLUENTIAL SPEAKERS TO mark the recent 50 year anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr’s “I have a dream speech,” this week’s top 10 looks at some of the world’s most influential speakers.

1 Martin Luther King Jr

“I have a dream” is arguably the most famous public speech in history, delivered to over 250,000 civil rights supporters on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial monument in Washington DC; it prompted civil rights legislation to prohibit discrimination against African Americans in the United States.

2 Mahatma Ghandi

Ghandi was the leader of Indian nationalism during the time when Britain ruled India, otherwise known as the Raj. Gandhi led India to independence under the ‘Quit India’ movement and gave several speeches to inspire movements for non-violence, civil rights, and freedom across the world.

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Nigel James has been a regular visitor to the Costa del Sol for over 20 years and has a property in Elviria. The location is the perfect backdrop for his new thriller, The Marbella Project, about a father’s quest for revenge when his son is brutally murdered in Puerto Banus by the Russian mafia. Dan Green is no ordinary father. He is a former officer in

the SAS and recruits a former colleague to help him bring down the organisation which the Spanish police seem powerless to stop. Dan vows to bring down the family which controls organised crime on the coast. The bullets fly and the body count rises in this high octane thriller in which many of the locations will be familiar to anyone who knows the area.

Mandela was South Africa’s first black president, a revolutionary politician and anti-apartheid activist. He gave one of the world’s most memorable speeches “An ideal for which I am prepared to die” in a further attempt to end apartheid in South Africa from the dock at the opening of his trial on charges of sabotage.

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Last week’s solutions tinned, time, timed, tied, snit, ashen, mint, misc, mise, mien, mein, meed, need, salt, satin, saint, sins, sinned, shin, shim, shed, sheen, sheet, seem, seems, seen, seed, hint, hemi, heed, emit, tennis, chat, chain, chains, chaise, chase, chit, chin, chime, chemise, cede, demi, demise, dent, debt, deem, bent, bees, beech

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5 Chaim Herzog

Herzog was the sixth president of Israel and was later appointed Israel’s

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On February 23 1981, Antonio Tejero led an attempted coup d’etat in Spain, during which King Juan Carlos gave a nationally televised address urging the continuance of a democratically elected government. As a result the coup collapsed and Spain avoided another totalitarian regime similar to that of the Franco era.

7 Abraham Lincoln

The Gettysburg Address, delivered by Abraham Lincoln during the American Civil War is arguably one of

The leader of the British suffragette movement travelled the United Kingdom giving several speeches and organising various protests throughout her life in order to help women obtain the right to vote. Pankhurst went as far as to imprison herself and endured hunger strikes on numerous occasions to the law passed for women’s right to vote.

9 Mikhail Gorbachev

The former soviet statesmen’s speech before the United Nations on December 7, 1988, is believed to have contributed heavily to the end of the Cold War, which, in turn ended the political supremacy of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, and eventually led to the termination of the Soviet Union. Adolf Hitler Hitler must be mentioned as one of the most influential speakers of the 20th century. His use of speeches and propaganda lead to Nazism and prompted World War II, which killed an estimate of 60 million people. Hitler’s actions during World War II shaped the history of the world, in terms of international law and ideologies on facism.

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How many English words can you find in the Boggled grid, according to the following rules? The letters must be adjoining in a ‘chain’. They can be adjacent horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. Words must contain at least four letters and may include singular and plural or other derived forms. No letter may be used more than once within a single word, unless it appears twice. No vulgarities or proper nouns are permitted.

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ambassador to the United Nations. During his term for the UN, he adopted the ‘Zionism is racism’ resolution. In a speech at the UN General Assembly, Herzog condemned the hateful resolution against the Jewish people and said it was “devoid of any moral or legal value.”

3 Nelson Mandela

Churchill is widely regarded as being among the most influential people in British history and one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century. Soon after becoming Prime Minister, Germany invaded France and Britain was left to fight alone. Churchill spoke to the nation and inspired the country to continue fighting despite circumstances.

the most famous speeches in American history. In the speech, Lincoln addresses the principles of human equality adopted by the Declaration of Independence and talks of true equality for all citizens.

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Why does a milking stool have just three legs? Because the cow has the udder. *** A: Hey, man! Please call me a taxi. B: Yes, sir. You are a taxi.


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Shoulder conditions - part 1 THE shoulder is made up of three bones which are the clavicle (collarbone), the scapula (shoulder blade) and the humerus (the upper arm bone). The shoulder comprises of the associated joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments of the region. It must be mobile enough for the wide range of actions of the arms and hands, and stable enough for lifting, pushing and pulling. This compromise of mobility and stability results in a number of shoulder problems not faced by other joints such as the hip. This tremendous range of movement makes the shoulder more unstable and prone to dislocation and injury than other joints. Shoulder problems are very complicated to diagnose accurately and often result in long term serious pain with restricted activity and function.

Estelle Mitchell www.thebodyworksclinic.com Misdiagnosis and poor understanding of the form and function of the joints and their relationship to the neck and back are the common cause of these long term problems. One of the least understood situations is the ‘rotator cuff.’ This so called group of muscles acts to initiate movement or provide stability for functions of the arm and hand. There are also bursae, these are little sacks that provide cushioning and allow smooth movement of the tendons to protect them from bony edges. An inflamed bursa can also give you a great deal of pain and often mask the true nature of the problem at the shoulder by that pain.

SHOULDER PAIN: Problems can be difficult to diagnose accurately.

Pain for whatever reason will then alter the ‘way you move’ putting protective movement patterns in place that begin to make matters more muddled, complicated and misleading. A history of previous falls or dislocations can also contribute to altered patterns of movement as we ‘recover’ from the pain

of injury but, keep the inaccuracy of the ‘wrong pattern’ of movement. There are many different types of injuries as there are many different structures and activities. Shoulder conditions have many names and you may have heard some of them: Frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injury, impingement syndrome,

biceps tendonitis, supraspinatus tendonitis, bursitis, instability issues (as in, the shoulder could just pop out!), stiffness or loss of strength. You can have osteoarthritis of the acromioclavicular joint and/or the shoulder joint. I will explain the various injuries over the next few weeks. A clear history and

understanding of the injury is paramount. A full functional assessment of movement (as in clothes off!) is essential and a confirmation of findings by X-ray or MRI scan. Shoulder surgery procedures can include total joint replacement and key hole surgery. Using an X-ray or scan to diagnose will NOT do as they can give misleading information and are often used to scare people into having unnecessary injections or even worse, unnecessary surgery. Similarly tablets may help to mask the pain but ultimately do NOTHING to change the altered patterns or problems. If you have any questions related to the symptoms and/or treatment of shoulder pain please call The Bodyworks Clinic on 952 883 151 or visit www.TheBodyworks Clinic.com.


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Tobacco alternatives E CIGARETTES are now a popular option for smokers. In the US sales are about to hit the $1 billion mark. Known as vaping, the user inhales vapourised nicotine instead of drawing in smoke. And that means, claim

manufacturers, that many of the health problems suffered by smokers are avoided, whilst the user still gets the ‘hit’ of a cigarette. As there is no burning of tobacco, many of the substances normally inhaled are not consumed. That means no tar and no carbon monoxide either, and far fewer cancer-giving carcinogens. They can help ease withdrawal symptoms as part of a gradual weaning off tobacco. Many retailers offer ‘stop smoking’ packages where the strength of the nicotine is gradually reduced before finally giving up.


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HC Marbella Fertility Centre stresses lifestyle changes FACTORS related to obesity, smoking and the consumption of alcohol can have a negative effect on assisted reproduction Lifestyle is becoming a determining factor in assisted reproduction from the point of view of the balance between the risks and the benefits of treatments which aim to achieve pregnancy. Dr Juan Manuel Marin, a specialist at the Fertility Centre of the HC Marbella International Hospital, explains that the most important factors which can have a negative effect are related to obesity, smoking and the consumption of alcohol. Women who are overweight (with a Body Mass Index higher than 25) have a 30 per cent less chance of becoming pregnant and a higher risk of miscarriage, because obesity interferes with the hormonal and metabolic mechanisms of women, reducing the ovarian function and resulting in

ASSISTED REPRODUCTION: Changes to diet and lifestyle can have a huge impact.

fewer eggs being released. “In these cases, losing weight can improve fertility and the possibilities of becoming pregnant”, advises this expert. With regard to smoking, the effects on fertility depend on the amount, for those who are passive smokers as well as those who actively smoke. In assisted

reproduction, these women need double the amount of cycles to become pregnant because smoking has a direct effect on the formation of gametes, increasing the time it takes to become pregnant and accelerating the menopause. This effect is greater in older women and is comparable to

increasing the age of the woman by 10 years. However, Dr Marin

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after a year without smoking.” The ingestion of alcohol before this type of treatment influences ovarian simulation, with a negative effect on the recuperation of oocytes and, therefore, reduces the chances of pregnancy. For more information call 952 90 86 28 or 952 90 86 29 or visit www.marbellahigh care.com Casa Sta. Isabel. Urb. Las Mimosas. Marbella.


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Enjoy essence of Moroccan cuisine ENJOY the essence of Morocco at the hands of the Hotel Hacienda Puerta del Sol in Mijas. From tomorrow (Friday) until Sunday, this establishment is hosting some very special gastronomic days. Do you feel like going out for a different type of meal in a charming environment? Does that

sound attractive? Vive Mijas has a proposal that you shouldn’t miss; the V Gastronomic Days of Moroccan Cuisine. It is an initiative of the Hacienda Puerta del Sol Hotel in Mijas and takes place from tomorrow (Friday) until Sunday. Did you know that Moroccan cuisine can be considered one of the most

diverse in the world? Morocco’s traditional cuisine, with the exception of the most typical dishes, is a gastronomic mix of the Berbers, Moorish, Middle East, the Mediterranean and Africa. In general, the meals are easy to make, which is normal for popular cuisine. It has much in

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Moroccan cuisine is a family affair. cuisine (as the domain of the Ottoman Empire didn’t reach the territory of modern-day Morocco). At the V Gastronomic Days of Moroccan Cuisine there will be a buffet comprising 40 different dishes for just €30 including drinks. Moroccan Cuisine is, above all, a family affair. There is a typical Moroccan proverb; “Mâ kainsh elkalâm fin kaien tag ham” where there is food, one

should not speak. For Moroccans sitting down to eat is a time full of customs, almost a ritual. In the inland areas, especially the North, it is typical to sit on the floor and eat and many accompany the meal with traditional prayers. The buffet will offer delicious Moroccan dishes including lamb tagine with sultanas and almonds, roasted vegetables with couscous and spiced aubergines.


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Tradition and innovation REMAINING close to its Basque roots, Taberna Eder aims to bring together tradition and innovation on the Costa del Sol. This family run restaurant is located next to the

Fuengirola fairground, where thousands gather every Tuesday for the street market. For only €2, Taberna Eder offers a wide range of traditional tapas and pintxos (snacks from the Basque Country), including their signature homemade Russian salad. The speciality at Taberna Eder is their ‘polbo a galega’ or Galician style octopus, served with a sprinkle of paprika and drizzled with olive oil. “It’s so good even Galician customers say it’s the best they’ve ever had,”

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proudly state owners Glauco and Asier. But that is not all. Taberna Eder offers highquality sirloin steak cooked

on a Himalayan salt block. This dish, accompanied with an array of homemade sides and served at 300 degrees, allows diners to enjoy a unique experience as they get to cook their steak to their liking. Taberna Eder offers nearly 50 different choices of wines to accompany the meal. Those who confused with their extensive wine list can always ask the staff for the best suggestion. Taberna Eder has been serving delicious meals in Fuengirola for more than five years, and Glauco and Asier have more than 20 years experience in making customers feel at home. Taberna Eder is 10 minutes from the centre of Fuengirola, with parking in the fairground (except Tuesdays). Open Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 11pm. Calle San Isidro Labrador, Edificio Diana, Local 9-10. Call 952 197 612 or email tabernaeder@gmail.com.


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S SEEN ON TV’ sells an array of products advertised on British TV shopping channels, in-store and online in Spain. This enterprising business offers a range of products from halogen ovens to steam mops, small electrical appliances and extendable hoses, to name but a few. It prides itself on customer service and is setting up links from its website to show how to use the products it sells. One of the services ‘As Seen On TV’ aims to provide is recipes for the halogen ovens it sells, so customers can learn how to use the product in a variety of ways. There will also be ‘demonstration days’ in-store. The shop is filled with a remarkable range of ingenious yet practical goods, and everything is guaranteed. One of these is an extendable lightweight 50ft hose, which

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WELL-STOCKED: An array of top products, as advertised on British TV. EXPANDING: 20 more stores planned by next year. expands when in use and automatically contracts for convenient storage. The family-run business was founded by Russell Hopwood, 51, and wife Julia, 47, six years ago on the Costa Blanca. Now two of their four children work for the business: Austin 17, works in warehouse stock, and Alison, 21, runs the

shop in Pilar de la Horadada, Costa Blanca. The company also has a shop in Javea, two in Quesada, just north of Torrevieja, a further two in Pilar and four shops in Turre near Mojacar, Almeria. Since opening in 2007, ‘As Seen On TV’ has gone from strength to strength

and has now arrived on the Costa del Sol. The new shop in Calahonda is already booming, another shop is being set up in Arroyo de la Miel, near Tivoli World, and the company plans to have a third in Estepona this year. Not only that, Russell plans to branch out along the Mediterranean coast and expects to open 20 new shops by next year.

Prepare now for Christmas ONE of the joys of living in Spain is the pleasure of experiencing a colourful garden at Christmas. There are five main things to be done, starting now, to ensure you achieve this. 1. Resist doing the major annual garden cutback in the autumn as you would have done in Northern Europe. It is best done during the months of January and February. 2. Throughout the autumn aim to prolong the flowering of existing perennials and shrubs by continuously deadheading as soon as flowers die. Also cut back unsightly branches to stimulate new flowering shoots. If autumn is dry continue to water. 3. Stimulate the early flowering of shrubs and trees that often do not flower until early to mid-January. The three main requirements are to plant selected plants in south-facing beds sheltered from cold winds, to keep the plants watered and to feed with a high potassium feed. 4. If your garden is not already fully

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planted, plant some of the shrubs and trees listed below during October and November. 5. Purchase a selection of plants in flower just before Christmas. Listed below are some of the garden plants that can be in flower at Christmas. Xmas flowering trees The most reliable late flowering trees are: • The strawberry tree (arbutus unedo) which has bright red fruits • Galan de noche • Of the early flowering trees the delebeta and bon accuel varieties of mimosa are spectacular with their branches covered in yellow flowers. Shrubs Lantanas are reliable in most

gardens and also hibiscus in warmer spots. Likewise roses if they have been deadheaded, watered and fed during the autumn. In a warm corner poinsettias up to two metres in height can be the perfect replacement for a garden Christmas tree. Climbing Shrubs Bougainvillaeas, bignonias, blue and white solanums and the perfumed white and yellow varieties of jasmines can produce some of the most spectacular year-end displays. Perennials The frutescens and coronarium chrysanthemums and euryops daisy give reliable colour in many gardens. Winter annuals The most reliable for colourful displays are the seasonal pansies, busy lizzies, stocks, wallflowers and also petunias. ©Dick Handscombe www.gardenspain.com September 2013

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THE wish list of the so-called ‘Peru Two,’ Michaella McCollum Connolly and Melissa Reid, detained in a Lima jail on trafficking charges, reads more like the stuff you might pack for a late summer getaway. It ranged from baby oil, hair removal cream, Nivea moisturiser and a pack of cards to a sports bra size 32FF, toilet roll, envelopes and stamps. For food, they also opted for relative luxuries (Pringles, Nutella, oat and honey bars and Oreos) rather than more down-toearth necessities like bottled water or longlife milk. Now, whatever your opinion of the pair and the relative merits of their story (which sounds a bit like the plot of the next Guy Ritchie movie to me), their wish list got me thinking.

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‘Peru Two’ and their wish list NORA JOHNSON

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About the sort of luxuries (or essentials, depending on your point of view) the rest of us would choose in, God forbid, similar circumstances in Peru or, God willing, as a guest on Desert Island Discs in the UK. Guests on this 70-year-old BBC radio show can request one luxury, which can’t be a human being. (John Cleese, though, was allowed to take Michael Palin, on condition he was dead and stuffed!) Luxuries requested have ranged from the musical (guitar, Tony Blair and Colin Firth; organ, Jo Brand) to food (French mustard, Boris Johnson; wheat-free bread, Terence Stamp) and toiletries (body cream, Kim Cattrall; sun cream, Annie

SCHWARZKOPF: Selected seven songs.

HUMPERDINCK: Not modest.

Lennox; mirror, Simon Cowell and Graham Norton). Interesting! As for their choice of eight records on the desert island, the modesty of some castaways knows no bounds. Engelbert Humperdinck selected his own record (and book), Norman Wisdom five of his own recordings, while the opera singer, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, seven of hers, something never repeated by any guest. Returning to the ‘Peru Two,’ the last ‘Two’ we read about were the ‘Tamworth Two,’ a pair of pigs that escaped and were on the

run for over a week. When they were eventually caught, they lived out their lives in a sanctuary, courtesy of the Daily Mail. No doubt the Mail will be after the stories of the ‘Peru Two’ too, after their 15 years (if found guilty) in their Peruvian, err, ‘sanctuary.’ Nora Johnson’s thrillers ‘Retribution,’ ‘Soul Stealer,’ ‘The De Clerambault Code’ (www.nora-johnson.com) from Amazon in paperback/eBook (€0.89; £0.77) and iBookstore. Profits to Cudeca.

Rottweiler health problems YES, dogs get cataracts the same way people do. Cataracts are the most common, treatable form of blindness in dogs and the most commonly reported eye disease in Rottweilers. Cataracts usually develop when the dog is about 18 months old; however, it’s not unusual for cataracts to wait until the dog reaches its fourth, fifth or even sixth birthday to make an appearance. Cataracts can develop quickly or over a period of several years, as the dog progressively loses its vision until it is completely blind, and may be hereditary or occur as a secondary condition. They can be seen along with progressive retinal atrophy, glaucoma, inflammatory uveitis (inflammation in the front of the eye, sometimes seen with systemic autoimmune disorders),

CATARACTS: Most common eye disease in Rottweilers.

David THE Dogman

Listen to David on TRE ever Costa del Sol (Gibraltar/So y Saturday 10am to 11am (San Roque to Calahonda) togrande) 98.7fm (Calahonda to Motril) 88.991.9fm Costa Blanca (Torrevieja , Costa Calida 92.7fm (Elche to Calpe) 88.2fm,to Elche) 105.1fm 104.6fm, (Denia to Vale (Calpe to Gandia & Ibiza) ncia) 95.3fm Mallorca 103.9fm

diabetes and trauma. If left untreated, cataracts can also cause a serious reactive inflammation inside the eye known as lens induced uveitis (LIU). LIU can lead to glaucoma or a detached retina and can seriously harm your dog’s chances of ever getting back its vision. As cataracts develop, a Rottweiler’s eye(s) will go from their usual sparkling brown-to-black to a filmy,

cloudy grey, the result of the lens losing its clarity. Owners may also notice that the dog’s vision isn’t as keen as it used to be, they seem to have a hard time finding their food dish and, especially in cases where the cataracts develop quickly, a loss of depth perception. To date, surgery is the only treatment option for dogs with cataracts. Surgeons will remove the lens with the cataract and perform a lens implantation. This procedure is becoming increasingly common in dogs, and most animals are able to enjoy normal or close to normal vision by the time they’re done.

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Building Services CONCRETE building services, concrete structures, concrete walls, concrete pools, call Olof - 607 400 406 (202769) JIM’S HOME IMPROVEMENTS. bathrooms / kitchen reforms, repairs, plumbing, carpentry, painting, tiling, maintenance. Give us a call no job too small. 692 207 799 / 645 559 423 (208371) SMALL SKIPS FOR HIRE, we cover Calahonda to Duquesa 630 200 600 or 616 456 601 (207298)

AGENTS and Entrepreneurs. For the hottest business opportunity which can net you €250,000 pa. Check out Partner Agents on www.costa1.com. Tel 606 101 878 (207510)

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FOR SALE: MARKET STALL, four pitches, SPANNING THE COAST. Van/Stock, ladies and gentleman’s swimwear/underwear. Established 10 years. 634 355 585 / 650 616 420 (216542)

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RECOVERY SERVICE car / light plant transported, cars disposed of with official destruction certificate, fully insured. 600 868 056 (209777)

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OVEN CLEANING, domestic, commercial, complete fittings, let professional do hard, dirty work, from 35€. 632 569 282 oven cleaningcostadelsol.com (207828) PROFESSIONAL cleaner / House keeper. Tel 633 461 951 (204205) BE CLEAN SWEEP S.C Property Management and Cleaning Company. Honest and reliable. Call 635 152 313 or 630 614 412 (200804) COSTABELLA CLEANERS. Cleaning services. Visit www.wegodoit .com/costabellacleaners for all services offered. 952 835 917 / 636 975 067 (218042)

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FOR ALL YOUR CONSTRUCTION needs, new build-reform, pool, maintenance. Holiday rental maintenance. Coast and inland. 35 years experience, 12 years in Spain. Contact Matt 0034 615 309 446 or 0044 01631 705 000 (218140)

MARBELLA DESIGN ACADEMY in Partnership with Middlesex University offer 3 year DESIGN educations – BA Honours Degrees in Fashion Design, Graphic Design and Interior Design. All courses are subject for validation by Middlesex University in London. When graduated, the students can continue 1 more year for a Masters at Middlesex University. All tuition is held in English. www.designschool.com Email: info-courses@designschool.com 952 457 090. (208312)

POLISH your marble floor professionally at half price. 671 244 683 (203209) T1

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TONY’S MARBLE RESTORATION SERVICE. Marble and terrazo floors, professionally refurbished, quotations without obligation. +34 620 726 875 (207495)

Courses SPANISH courses all levels. Native and qualified teachers. Bonanova International Language School. www.bonanova.com Fuengirola 952 479 735 (207501)

Curtains QUALITY hand finished curtains & soft furnishings, professionally qualified, contact Rachel 952 825 766 or visit www.curtaincouture marbella.com (209717)

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Commercial Leases OFFICE TO RENT: 90m2. La Cala. 1,200€. Tel 666 819 689 (216528)

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LAPTOP HELP LINE. Notebooks, netbooks and tablets repaired, software updates, Internet and email problems solved. Refurbished laptops for sale. Web page designed and maintained. 952 564 274 / 677 702 501 (208364) COMPUTER PROBLEMS SOLVED. Error messages fixed, viruses removed. Repairs and upgrades available. Laptops in English. Kindle, iPad & Android help. One-toone training. Also, low cost, reliable internet TV solutions, even for slow connections. Experienced, reliable service. Paul 630 652 338 / 952 493 859 (216558) BASIC COMPUTER LESSONS taught by mature adult. Tune-ups, upgrades, recover lost files and photos. Tel 626 980 869 (209677)

DAMP Problem!! Sourced and cured by master builder, longest established damp company on the coast. Call Ed 693 859 894 (206234)

Domestic App Repairs DOMESTIC Appliance repairs washing machines, fridges, cookers, ovens, water heaters, gas / electric, professionally repaired. Christian 608 337 497 (207492)

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ELECTRICIAN on coast for 11 years, repairs and installation. Call James 652 023 012 (216637) JAMES the electrician, no call-out charge, 24 hrs, fault finding, extra sockets, free estimates, call 622 471 480 (208620) ALL ELECTRICS - Rewiring, fault finding, boletins - 693 678 980 (207413)

MARBLE FLOOR (2.50€/m2) WHY PAY MORE .WE CLEAN, CRYSTALLISE, SEAL THEN POLISH YOUR MARBLE TO HIGH GLOSS, NON SLIP. PROFESSIONAL GUARANTEED, FAST SERVICE. 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE. ALSO REPAIRS DAMAGES TO MARBLE, CLEAN AND SEAL TERRACOTTA TERRACES, COVERS ALL COSTA DEL SOL. TEL: 671 244 683 (207797) T1

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Energy Certificates MY ENERGY CERTIFICATE. Now legally required for all properties for sale or rent. Call +34 627 805 581 info@myener gycertificate.com (216551)

Fencing Services CLEARFLOW DRAIN SERVICES. All drain problems solved. More than 25 years on the coast. Telephone 952 885 661 or 630 200 600 (206976)

CHAINLINK FENCING erectors, general builders, really competitive prices. Free quotation, no job too big or small, very reliable. Tel: 655 218 466 (209671)

Funerals

Financial Services Computer Repairs services@rainbowcosta.info 661 775 704 - UK IPTV Car A/C Re-gas - PC repairs (209656)

Cleaning Services UPHOLSTERY and steam cleaning sofas, carpets etc… JA Cleaning Services 626 357 955 (200771)

Education

UK ELECTRICIAN - FAULT FINDING. Emergency 24h call out. Complete rewires, extra sockets, bulletins, projects. 610 887 921 / 951 775 723 (208116)

Computers

SCIENCE TUITION - ALL LEVELS. EXPERIENCED, QUALIFIED TEACHER. 722 148 156. WWW.VALENTINETUITION.WEBS .COM (207284)

Construction

CURTAINS, BLINDS, UPHOLSTERY, a complete service. www.marbellacurtaindesign.com. Mary 675 813 348 (209668)

SECURE lock-ups inside warehouse, MARBELLA Industrial Estate 616 337 996 (209600)

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Car Transport

CONEJO CLEANING. Over 20 years of reliable and professional cleaning on the coast. Regular, holiday lets, one-off cleans. Wendy 635 630 370 / 952 964 407. web: www.conejocleaning .com (208384)

Commercial Prop

CASAS MOVILES EUROPA has an experience in the mobile home trade, all over Europe for the last 25 years. You can put your trust in us! Ring Jane now on 952 119 053 (207801)

LONG term car hire. Excellent rates even during summer. Quality cars, the best service. Call AutoOasis on 952 623 297 or www.autooasiseurope.com

CARPET & UPHOLSTERY PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE WET OR DRY CLEAN, HONEST, RELIABLE SERVICE. PLEASE CALL 678 808 837 / 952 669 701 (101382)

HAIRDRESSERS BEAUTY SALON. Low lease, good rent. La Cala. Tel 666 819 689 (216528)

TIMBER Building SL has been a leader in a prefabricated market for the last 28 years with more than 5,500 happy customers. Ring for wooden houses, garden sheds, pergolas, reforms. 666 819 689 (207801)

CAR HIRE long & short term 607 334 610 (219170)

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CHIROPODISTS PODIATRIST / CHIROPODIST Jennifer M.S.S.Ch M.B.CH.A HCPC reg. Qualified 25 years, Diabetic footcare, ingrowing / fungal nail, verrucae, callous / corn removal. La Cala 603 447 008 or 663 516 654 (219793)

MASSAGE

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Gardening TREE SURGEONS No tree too tall, removal of dead palm trees and limbs, eco gardening, mulch and manure fertilizer, palm pruning. 686 948 552 / 661 129 146 www.top-jardin.com (204796) PROFESSIONAL garden services from Fuengirola to Estepona. All aspects of gardening and full maintenance and landscaping, free quotes, competitive prices. Contact Andrew 600 259 981 An drew@garden-professionals.com GARDENER for private homes, communities, tree pruning, pool maintenance, garden design. Specialist in water systems. Tel: 666 953 892 www.jardin-garden.es EVERGREEN GARDEN SERVICES - Established on coast for 10 years. Urbanisations, private gardens, fencing and irrigation systems, reasonable rates. 952 932 419 or 678 333 788 (206085) ARBOLISTA Tree Surgery, No. 1 for trees and palms, on the Costa since 1998. 600 260 534 - 952 117 486 Kit Hogg C.G.Arb www.spaintree.com (207800)

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INNOVATIVE HANDYMAN Contact Jerry - 952 113 163 or 616 933 509. From €10 an hour. Estepona (207508)

Health PHYSIOTHERAPY OSTEOPATHY Reina experienced sport & health professional masseuse. “Oxygen Pain Therapy”, personal trainer. Calahonda - Riviera. Home visits, hotels. Tel 618 515 487 (219218)

Health & Beauty SAYAN MASSAGE. Your best traditional & tantric massage for ladies and gentlemen. 952 586 339 608 977 260 www.masajessayan .es (207476) ACRYLIC NAILS specialist, Caroline’s mobile nail & beauty treatments. Based in La Cala de Mijas, also inland & Coin. Have your treatments in the comfort of your own home. Call 671 284 922 PAIN? Neck, Arms, Back, Legs. Acupressure. Fast results. No cure – no pay. Fuengirola 651 172 474 NON-SURGICAL LIPOSUCTION IN BANÚS. WWW. TRANSFORMALL.COM TEL 605 865 755 (200953) TEETH WHITENING IN BANÚS FROM 75€ WWW. TRANSFORMALL.COM TEL. 605 865 755 (200953) NON-SURGICAL FACELIFTS IN BANÚS 35€ WWW.TRANS FORMALL.COM TEL. 605 865 755 (200953) PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL AND SKIN TREATMENTS USING IPL IN BANÚS. WWW.TRANSFORMALL.COM TEL 605 865 755 (200953) WEIGHT CONTROL and healthy lifestyle. Book your free wellness evaluation. Call Frank 653 950 052 (209912)

EXPRESS Metalwork Services. Gates, grilles, rails and scissor gates. Stainless steel specialists. 952 485 261, 617 065 636. www.express-steel.com (218587) ELECTRIC GATE/GARAGE DOOR automation repaired. Free, no obligation quotation. Call Colin - 636 394 641 (207271)

General Services ALMOST ANYTHING! General household maintenance, plumbing, tiling, painting and more. Marbella to Fuengirola, Speak to Gareth, Tel – 690 841 188.

GEL NAILS from €25 full set, white tips, coloured gel, 25 years experience. Tel 645 817 934 ASIAN MASSAGE SALON in Benalmadena, promotion month of May 30 euros one hour body massage, all masseuses are Asian and qualified with lots of experience. Telephone: 952 824 348, 660 587 171 www.asianmassagesalon.com

BEAUTY TREATMENTS BOTOX AND FILLERS - From €95. Covers the Costa del Sol and inland. 609 347 086. www.al tered-image.eu (219778)

PROFESSIONAL SPORTS MASSAGE 12 years experience. 1 hour €35, 1.5 hours €50, Elviria. Wendy 952 852 330 or 634 310 821. Mobile service + €10 (216603)

WANTED HOUSE CLEARANCE. WE BUY ANYTHING, BEST PRICES PAID FOR YOUR UNWANTED ITEMS. CALL MOBILE 693 480 411 EMAIL AN NETTE.GODDARD@YAHOO. CO.UK (208374) WANTED FURNITURE & household items houses gardens garages cleared top prices paid fast reliable service 639 229 607 / 649 977 723 (207466)

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Hire Services SMALL SKIPS FOR HIRE, we cover Calahonda to Duquesa - 630 200 600 or 616 456 601 (207298)

Hot Tubs HOT TUBS, new, used, bought, sold, hired. Also move & repairs 691 973 131 / 952 793 398 (200773)

Holiday Adventures HOTEL RANCHO Los Lobos, Jimena Fra., national park “Los Alcornocales”, idyllic hills, endless cork tree forest. Riding, hiking, tennis, pool. www.rancholoslo bos.com. Tel 956 640 429

Home Clearances WANTED – House Clearance and garage clearance, best prices paid. Contact Paul Vickers, 617 543 315 (209676)

ABBEYGATE INSURANCE If you are renewing your policy or looking for new cover. Call us, as we are the only Insurance Company in Spain to offer protection on your no claims bonus. Call 952 893 380 (68259) ABBEYGATE INSURANCE Make the right choice and join the thousands of expatriates who have. We provide a friendly personal service, for all your home, motor, health, travel or marine insurance. Call 952 893 380 (68259) HEALTH INSURANCE Competitive prices, English worded policies. Pay monthly or annually. All levels of cover. Premiums from €25 a month. Tel: 956 795 453 Abbeygate Insurance (68259) ABBEYGATE INSURANCE Car insurance exclusive for expatriates, save up to 50%. Find out about our price pledge on UK plated cars. Home insurance from €50. Tel: 952 893 380 (68259) LSM INSURANCE. No fat singing blokes or trumpeting telephones, just professional service at the best prices for all your insurance needs including car, household, commercial, life, health and travel. Tel 952 578 008 or www.lsminsurance.biz for a quotation (219211) EU INSURANCE DIRECT Extra Special Offers. Up to €50 cash back for car and home insurance (conditions apply) for new customers. For all your Insurance Needs and the Best Price and Best Cover in English, call Wendy on 952 830 843 / 676 098 464 email info@euinsurancedirect.com www.euinsurancedirect.com (218246)


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24/7 Locksmith

GUARANTEED 10% return payable quarterly on notarized private finance. Fully secured with high value collateral. Minimum period, one year. Minimum amount 50,000 euros. Tel 952 781 177

LOCKSMITH emergency / appointment. Doors opened without damage, locks changed, patio doors and windows secured, 24 hour honest, fast and reliable service. Call Paul 657 466 803 (93549) T1

Joinery

COSTALOCKS 24/7, LOCKSMITH/ HOME SECURITY, NEW KEYS, KEYED ALIKE, WINDOWS SECURED, SAFES OPENED / INSTALLED, FREE HOME SECURITY CHECK, CALL Debby or Bob 952 660 233 / 667 668 673 CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED WWW. COSTALOCKS.COM (208085) T2

IRISH CARPENTER, doors, decking, kitchens, bathrooms, all aspects. Established 2002. Tel 952 196 457 or 696 064 019 www.complete-carpentry.com

Kitchens www.reichert-wood.com Kitchen, parquet, carpentry. 10 years in Spain, free quotation. Discount up to 40%, German kitchens. 952 763 112 or 629 188 773. Quote EWN. (208118)

Lawyers

LOCKSMITH Unlock doors, strong box/cars. Change security locks, emergencies, 24 hours, Marbella, 630 333 615 (207372)

Miscellaneous WOODY´S LOS BOLICHES. Greeting Cards, mail to and from the UK. Passport renewals and all adverts for Euro Weekly News – display or classified. Open 9.002.00PM (Sat 10.00 – 2.00PM) One street behind the Confortel, just off Plaza San Rafael, Los Boliches, on C/Poeta Salvador Rueda 93 (Passports Mon to Fri Only) Tel: 952 471 877 (95705)

Mobile Homes Loans

HOSTING - Carrier grade data centre in Elviria, two diesel generators, multiple backbone symmetrical carrier-class connections, BGP4 routing, aircon, secure facilities. For dedicated housing or hostings with serious bandwidth and 99.99% uptime, we can host your servers and applications in our data centre in Elviria. Feel free to visit us to discuss your needs. 951 055 676 www.mercuryinter net.com (219135)

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LOANS AVAILABLE on all types of paintings, jewellery, watches, silver etc, any condition, immediate cash settlement. For more information call into Anthony’s Antiques & Jewellers shops extensive premises at C/Ramon y Cajal 40, Fuengirola . Medals wanted, all types, any condition, top prices paid, see main advert on page 31. Mobile 609 529 633 Tel: 952 588 795 (85364) HOLA CREDITO. Instant short term loans against your valuables. Quick, easy and always discreet. Tel 900 123 457 www.holacredi to.com (202979)

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WE BUY, Sell, remove all types of mobile homes. We pay CASH and cover all of Spain. More details call Suzi Caley 616 250 727 / 951 063 059 or email suzicaley @gmail.com (207499) MOBILE HOME WOODEN HOUSE ? We buy & sell new and second hand units. Remove, level, repair, transport and build extensions. 30 years experience nationwide. Call us, Casas Moviles Europa 952 119 053 (207801) WANT TO RELOCATE? We can transport your home and install on to a 12 month park from £4,995. Annual site fees from €3,000 Freephone: 0044 1782 90 80 70 (85143) BRAND NEW WILLERBY Siena 32m² home sited within a stylish gated community, 45 minutes from Malaga airport £19,995 Freephone: 0044 1782 90 80 70

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WILLERBY COTTAGE 28x10 sited in ‘La Serrana Hills’ of Pizarra, site open all year round, swimming pool, only £13,495. Want to view? Freephone: 0044 1782 90 80 70 (85143)

MOSQUITO SCREENS. Call Mosquito Nick. www.mosquitonick.ws 647 072 861 (207573)

Mortgages

24/7 Mobility MOBILITY SCOOTERS, Electric wheelchairs, wheelchairs, walking frames for sale and rent. Delivered to home or hotel. Part exchange considered always a good selection of quality used mobility scooters in stock with guarantee, eg Shoprider Cadiz. Rascal 850. Sterling Elite xS . Monarch Sprint, Kymco for you. Rascal 388 Shoprider, Sovereign, Mercury Reo 4, Rascal Eco 4. Mercury Prism. Sterling Emerald. Rascal Partner, Rascal Turnabout electric wheelchair. Sterling Pearl T.G.A eclipse boot scooter plus many more. New wheelchairs always in stock. Mobility scooters bought for cash. Mobility scooter batteries supplied and fitted. For same day delivery phone 609 581 139. www.mo bilityscootersdirect spain.com email mobilitysolutionses pana@hotmail.com (203240)

Motorbikes KTM LC4 640, Enduro Motor Crosser, on road, off road, orange, 1999, Spanish plates, very low klms, very little use, absolute immaculate condition, €3,500. 603 151 587 (209777)

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Mobility THE MOBILITY WIZARD. All types of mobility scooters, wheelchairs and disability aids for hire or sale. Replacement parts including batteries, tyres and motors available. Authorised Agents for all major companies. Most repairs carried out at your home or FREE loan machine if scooter has to be taken for repair, ensuring you are kept mobile. Fully comprehensive mobility insurance for 105 euros per year. Tel 633 127 901 / www.mobility-spain.com /info@mobility-spain.com

WANTED SPANISH PLATED CARS

INSTANT CASH SAMANTHA – GORDON

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Mosquito Screens ACE OF SHADES - Don’t let the bugs get you! Available in enrollable, slider and pleated. Large choice of colours including wood effect. Tel: 951 273 254 / 671 732 204 / in fo@aceofshades.es (101730) MOSQUITO SCREENS. All types, all colours, fast service. Coast and inland covered. 655 825 931 (206048)

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CHIPS AWAY, Marbella, San Pedro. 10% discount. Tlf. 952 853 350. See advert on page xxx (2073220)

CAR SERVICES MECHANIC workshop & mobile. All work undertaken. ITVs done, reasonable rates, prompt, reliable services 24/7. 620 020 232, 951 165 090 (202816)

CABRIOSOL soft tops, German top quality, for all Cabriolet cars & jeeps. Professional fitting, repairs & change of plastic windows. Cabrio-sol. 639 580 372 (Camino de Coin km 13.2 Mijas Golf). Opening hours: 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday (219772) AUTOMATIC gearbox specialist. Transmatic. All models including classic cars, serviced, repaired and reconditioned. Also 4x4 transfer boxes and power steering Call/fax 952 796 166 / 952 805 804 email: transmatic2005@yahoo.com. www.transmatic.es (216740) RECOVERY SERVICE car / light plant transported, cars disposed of with official destruction certificate, fully insured. 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 (209777)

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FOR SALE CABRIO AUDI. TT Quattro (225 BHP) 2002, only 58,000kms. Full service history, 6 speed, midnight blue with tan leather baseball stitch interior, CD stack, alloys, climate control, awesome Audi in stunning condition. Samantha or Gordon Robertson 608 658 785 / 952 832 173 see photo on www.robertsoncars-spain.com (209638) AUTOMATIC/open hood 2004 Citroen C3 Pluriel, Sensodrive, only 40,000kms. Silver with alloys, climate control, CD player, now go topless, 4,995 euros. Samantha or Gordon Robertson 608 658 785 / 952 832 173 see photo on www.robertsoncars-spain.com (209638) PRICE SLASHED Automatic Renault Megane Scenic 11, 2005 model, 2 litre only 68,000kms, one owner, air con, power steering, big boot, great people and load carrier, colour grey blue, was 5,995 euros, now 5,500 euros. Samantha or Gordon Robertson 608 658 785 / 952 832 173. See photo on www.robertsoncars-spain.com (209638) ROBERTSON CARS. We have been busy and need to buy quality cars. Please ring Gordon if you are an expat with a car for sale, instant cash. His mobile is 608 658 785 or 952 832 173. Samantha and Gordon Robertson (The Car Couple). See more details of our cars with photographs on www.robertsoncars-spain.com (209638) AUTOMATIC Peugeot 307 1.6 Xri, 5 door, hatchback, brilliant blue, keep cool with air con, park easy, power steering, beautiful condition and a bargain. Samantha or Gordon Robertson (The Car Couple) 608 658 785 / 952 832 173. See photo on web page. www.robertsoncars-spain.com (209638) PRICE SLASHED CABRIO Porsche 911 Carrera “S” automatic 2005, 82,000kms. Just serviced. Full Porsche service history, one gentleman owner, 19” wheels, polar grey with black leather, cost new over 118,000 euros. BOSE sound system. This iconic Porsche was 39,995 euros, now 34,995 euros. Gordon Robertson 952 832 173 or 608 658 785 see photo on www.robertsoncars-spain.com (209638) PRICE SLASHED 2009 Hyundai Coupe 2.0 FX (new shape), only 46,000kms, bright red, fast and fab looking sports car, electric everything, private owner leaving Spain, be quick for this beauty, was 9,500 euros, now 8,995 euros. Samantha or Gordon Robertson 952 832 173 / 608 658 785 see photo on www.robertsoncars-spain.com (209638) 2,995 EUROS CHEAP TRADE I N TO C L E A R F O R D F O C U S 1999 1.6 MANUAL, 5 DOOR, SILVER, ALLOYS, CD PLAYER, EXCELLENT CONDITION. YOU WON’T FIND BETTER. SAMANT H A O R G O R D O N R O B E RT SON (THE CAR COUPLE) 952 832 173 or 608 658 785 (209638)

AUTOMATIC FORD FOCUS 1.6 TREND 2004 ONLY 66,000 KMS. 5 DOOR, AIR CONDITION, BIG BOOT, SILVER, SUPER CONDITION, ONLY 3,995 EUROS SAMANTHA OR GORDON ROBERTSON (THE CAR COUPLE), 952 832 173 or 608 658 785 www.robertsoncars-spain.com (209638) LARGE selection of vans, including Citroen Jumpers, Pick-ups, Ford Transits and Transit Connect 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 (209777) 2006 HONDA CRV automatic, new shape, 2 litre VTI, 1 owner from new, 69,000km with full service history, in excellent condition throughout, 7,995€. 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 2005 HONDA Civic 1.6 Sport, 3 door, 4 new tyres in very good condition throughout, 160,000km, one owner, ITV 2015, alloys etc 4,995€ 672 550 037 (209777) 2006 CHRYSLER SEBRING, new shape, 2.4 automatic, only 42,000km fully loaded, inc sat nav, Spanish car lhd, in excellent condition throughout, 5,995€ 600 868 056 2002 RHD English plates SUZUKI Grand Vitara, 2 ltr, turbo diesel, in excellent condition throughout, MOT & taxed, low mileage, 2,750€ 672 550 037 (209777) 2002 Nissan Navarra double cab pick-up, with a carry boy top, tow bar, air con, 2.5 diesel, really good work horse, 3,750€ 672 550 037 2001 MERCEDES SLK 200 Kompressor rhd on Spanish plates, low mileage, 2 tone leather, very nice conversaion, only €4,750 600 868 056 2009 FORD FOCUS 1.6 diesel sport, 3 door, alloys, air con, 1 owner, only 58,000kms, excellent condition throughout, €8,995. 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 2003 TOYOTA RAV 4, 4 x 4 automatic in very good condition throughout, high kms, but with very good service history, only 4,995€ 672 550 037 (209777) OPEL VIVARO 2.0CDTI, AUGUST 2012, 9 SEATER LWB, METALLIC GREY, GREY CLOTH INTERIOR, DRIVERS ARMREST, IMMOBILISER, ELECTRIC WINDOWS, ELECTRIC HEATED MIRRORS, AIR CONDITIONING, REMOTE LOCKING, CD PLAYER WITH STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS, PARROT HANDSFREE KIT WITH IPOD USB CONNECTION, REVERSE SENSORS, PRIVACY GLASS, FACTORY FITTED ALLOY WHEELS, 28,000KMS, 2YEAR MANUFACTURER WARRANTY REMAINING, EXCELLENT CONDITION, PART EXCHANGE CONSIDERED. Was €22,995, now €20,995. Tel : 600 501 492 2006 RANGE ROVER Sport 2.7 diesel, Spanish lhd, new tyres, in excellent condition throughout, 150,000km €18,995 600 868 056 1999 FORD EXPLORER 4x4 in excellent condition throughout, Spanish plates, including full service history, must be seen to be appreciated, 2,450€. 672 550 037

1999 rhd VW Golf 1.6 Convertible, in excellent condition throughout, alloys, CD player, lots of extras. 1,995€ 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 (209777) 2006 CHRYSLER SEBRING automatic 2.4, only 46,000kms from new, fully loaded car, including sat nav, in excellent condition throughout, only 5,995€ 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 2002 FIAT PUNTO 1.9 JTD diesel, new ITV, new tyres, only 90,000km from new, 1 owner, Spanish lhd, in excellent condition throughout, €2,450 600 868 056 (209777) 2009 VW Caddy 1.9 diesel multispace, 5 seater, side door, only 50,000kms from new, 1 owner, with service history, in excellent condition 8,995€ 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 2003 VW GOLF 1.8 GTI with only 12,000km from new, black with cream leather, new ITV, like a new car, 5,995€ 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 (209777) 2005 FIAT SEICENTO 1.1, ITV 2014, air con, cheap insurance, only 1,995€. 672 550 037 (209777) 2004 FORD TRANSIT Turano Connect, Spanish plates, twin side doors, new tyres all round, electric pack, in excellent condition throughout, 4,995€ 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 (209777) 2004 PEUGEOT 206 1.4, 5 door with air con, new ITV, in excellent condition throughout 3,450€ 672 550 037

AUDI TT. Sports coupe 1.8 T (private sale), Spanish reg 2001 LHD. Metallic silver, black interior, drives and looks great, must sell hence this bargain at only 4,800€. Phone 634 082 123 (207472) BMW.316 1.8 Inj. 4 door 2004 metallic black grey leather from private owner and just been serviced and ITV (MOT) only 109’000 Klm. (69’000 Mls.) drives and looks great for only 4’995€ 952838842 608950221 billbradycars.com Great opportunity Ford Focus Titanium (Diesel) 2.0 TDCI.136.CV. 2008 One private owner bought and serviced from Ford Marbella just been fully serviced and new ITV (MOT ) 79’000 Klm. (49’000 Mls) Graphite grey black cloth trim 6 speed G/Box. Special alloy wheels cruise control, yes its only 8’995€ 952838842 608950221 bill bradycars.com (207472) VW Golf Blue Motion 1.6 Diesel 5 door 2010 from private owner and service history bought in VW Marbella polar white black cloth trim (not ex rental car ) a very scarce car and only 10’995€ 952838842 608950221 bill bradycars.com (207472) HYUNDAI TUCSON 4x2 petrol 2.0 cvvt. Full comfort trim, registered 2008. 29,000 kms, ITV valid to November 2014. €8,000 ono. Tel: 659 383 596 (219792)

2001 JAGUAR XJ8 saloon, lhd on Spanish plates, only 68,000kms from new, in excellent condition throughout, black with black leather trim, 4,950€ 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 (209777)

MAZDA RX8 PZ 6 gear 238 bhp. Black with leather interior. VERY fast car. 2007 excellent condition throughout. RHD. On saleable private British plates, easily changeable to Spanish plates as already have ITV. Mileage from new 43,000. Bargain price - €6,350. First to see will buy! Tel 645 083 280 (216598)

VARIOUS CARS available, lhd, rhd, 4x4s, automatic, manual, petrol & diesels from €1,000 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 / 600 868 056 (209777)

RENT to own your next car, modern, well maintained quality cars, all inclusive rates. Call AutoOasis on 952 623 297 or www.autooasi seurope.com (219823)

1980 MGB ROADSTER, lhd on Spanish plates, in near mint condition, this car must be seen to be appreciated, no time wasters. 10,750€. 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 AUDI A6 Avant 2.5 TDI. Black metallic, 6 speed, every extra, tow bar, service records, roof bars, immaculate for 2001, new ITV, only €4,500. Tel 686 074 767 BILL BRADY CARS has been established on the Costa del Sol since 1986, in which time he has helped thousands of expatriates to buy or sell their quality used Spanish cars and also keeping all the documentation simple so you understand all that is going on (which is important). You can contact Bill direct on 952 838 842 / 608 950 221 or billbradycars.com (207472) CHEAP Diesel Opel Corsa (Special Edition), 5 door, 2000 only 102,000klm (66,000mls), service history, A/C, electric windows/locks, alloy wheels, only 2,300€ 952 838 842 / 609 950 221 billbradycars.com (207472)

INSURANCE ABBEYGATE INSURANCE. No automatic annual increase on our Motor Insurance, renewal policies. Call 952 893 380 (68259) MOTOR INSURANCE. For the most competitive quotes in English call Linea Directa on 902 123 153, you could save as much as 30% and you can transfer your existing no claims bonus. Call Linea Directa on 902 123 153 for motor insurance with a human voice in English from Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm and save money now! (200726)

MECHANICS BRITISH MOBILE MECHANICS. Fully qualified, home visits, reasonable prices and repairs for all cars. ITV’s €80 we come to you. 951 400 189 www.mbcmechanics.com 695 913 592 (207809) MOBILE MECHANIC will come to your home or work. Servicing, repairs, ITVs & diagnostics. Call Mick on 617 553 072 (207511)

THE GARAGE MARBELLA est 1986. All makes, specialising Jaguar, Landrover, British classics. Latest diagnostics, 30€ p/hr, workshop and callout. 952 827 443 or 609 503 476 www.english mobilemechanics.com (216697)

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REPAIRS AUTO ELECTRICAL Specialist. Over 30 years experience. Cars, commercials & boats. Latest diagnostic equipment. Petrol / diesel fuel injection problems solved. No job too small. Tel: 647 289 753

REGISTRATION CAR TRANSFERS AND IMPORTS PROBLEMS WITH EMBARGOS ON ROAD TAX? SAME DAY COLLECTION OF PAPERS. ENGLISH SPEAKING. PLEASE CALL 633 271 274

WANTED I BUY ANY CAR. 602 533 508 mikewallsp@gmail.com (209599)

PAINTER & DECORATOR. If you want your job done right, forget the rest and call the best. Sam “Simply the Best”, 18 years Mijas area. 952 666 025 / 629 546 128 (207938) HUSBAND & WIFE TEAM. Painting/Interior design. Free estimates. Graham - 607 923 486 (208123)

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WANTED. CARS & JEEPS & camper vans for cash. All makes, LHD, any condition. 693 357 000 CARS, VANS UK OR SPANISH BOUGHT FOR CASH. FREE COLLECTION IN SPAIN AND UK. PLEASE CALL 678 808 837 OR 952 669 701 (101382) CARS wanted, we buy any car, UK plated, embargo cars, vans, trucks, motorcycles, scooters, campervans, lorries, etc etc, for quick decision call now. 600 868 056 five peastrading@aol.com CAR, VANS BOUGHT WITH OR WITHOUT PAPERS. CASH WAITING 678 808 837 (101382) CARS WANTED. All registration numbers, any age, runners/non runners, finance, embargoes, no problem, 687 049 592 or 622 156 022

Nautical DREAM of having a sailing boat all year for 4,000 euros? Sail for 20 euros per hour. Tel: 617 074 567 BENALMADENA Marina 30 metre (100ft) berth for sale, €59,000 or possibility to rent. Tel 693 357 000 REGAL SPEED BOAT 1900 LSR Merc Cruiser 1.7 diesel 120 HP Limited Edition Package. Bought new 2011, cost €42,000, hardly used, like new €16,500. Tel 0044 777 150 8731 (218509)

Occupational Therapy

PEST CONTROL. British - Best Prices. Fully Qualified. Bar Contracts. Call Local Pest 952 449 591 www.localpest.es (207607) T1 COCKROACHES, ANTS, insects, fleas, mice, rats, wasps, termite specialists. Fumigations, bars, restaurants, houses, etc. Sanitary department officially registered certificates. Guarantee, serving the coast since 1985. Only legal English owned pest control Company on the coast. If you want the best then phone N.P.S. Nigel 606 008 940 (209962)

Pets YOUNG DOMESTICATED cats rescued from the killing station need kind homes. Fully vaccinated and neutered, free of charge. We will also deliver to England for a donation to the charity. Please give one of these beautiful cats a home so we can save more from death. Can be seen without obligation at Cat and Dog World Kennels. Tel. 630 197 435 (93398)

SPECIALISING in children with developmental difficulties. Rehabilitation of adults/senior people. Home adaptations. Tel 627 805 581

CHIHUAHUA pedigree puppies with passport. All year round available. 952 112 870 / 654 285 667 (208108)

Osteopath

PETS cared for in loving lady’s own home. Safe, secure, can collect. Torreblanca. Tel 665 110 553 (216517)

OSTEOPATH Chris Howard, BSc (Hons) Ost. La Cala de Mijas. Established over 10 years in Spain. Diagnosis, advice, treatment for all types of pain/injury. Qualified, Registered, Insured. 952 050 180 / 679 501 367 (218023)

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CHARITIES ADANA THE ANIMAL SHELTER IN ESTEPONA. We always need volunteers to walk and socialise with our dogs and help with cleaning. We also need good homes for our animals that you can see on www.adana.es. Kennels open every day 10-1.30, Camino de Casares, near Parque de los Pedregales, Estepona. (5 minutes from the Poligono) For more information call Marjorie 952 79 74 05 or 636 934 146 (93319) ACE CHARITY at El Refugio Kennels always needs volunteers to help with dog walking. It’s good exercise, a couple of hours any morning of the week. Foster and permanent homes also needed for our many inmates! Vivien 639 991 079 (93320) SEPE the horse and donkey charity is open to the public weekends from 10.00 to 5.00. Volunteers are much needed in all departments and are welcome at anytime. For our riding for the disabled classes, we are also in need of extra helpers. We are nationally registered by the Spanish Ministry of the Interior (164640) but only with your support can we give the equine a voice. If you can just commit to 2 or 3 euros a month it will really help make a difference. You can find us at Lauro Golf Equestrian Centre, Alqueria, Alhaurin de la Torre. Tel. 608 258 950 info@sepeonline.net www.sepeonline.net (93321) At SOS Animal Refuge we have dogs, young and old looking for homes. Some of our dogs have been with us for some time and would love to find a cosy spot to curl up in and a knee on which to rest their heads. If you have room in your heart and home we would love to hear from you. We do not put our dogs to sleep - no matter how old, they are safe with us. For day to day needs and to pay for veterinary care, we much appreciate the support we receive. We desperately need items to sell on our market stall to help raise funds and are happy to come and collect. So if you are having a clear-out, please contact us on 665 682 919 or 605 227 155. If you would like to know more about re-homing, please call 653 257 875. Visit our website www.sos-animals.org or please phone Sandy on 952 385 923 or 666 814 056 if you would like to make a donation or help in any way. (93317) ARCH - THE ANDALUCIAN RESCUE CENTRE FOR HORSES WELCOMES VISITORS AND VOLUNTEERS TO THEIR STABLES ON SATURDAYS FROM 10 - 12 OR BY APPOINTMENT. COME AND HELP OUT, OR SPONSOR OR ADOPT ONE OF OUR HORSES, DONKEYS OR MULES. WE ALWAYS NEED HELP WITH FUND RAISING TO LOOK AFTER THE ABANDONED AND ABUSED ANIMALS. OUR AIM IS TO RESCUE, REHABILITATE AND REHOME. WE ARE A SMALL FRIENDLY TEAM - WHY NOT JOIN US. FIND US IN ALHAURIN EL GRANDE, BEHIND THE VENTA MIRALMONTE ON THE ROAD FROM AL-

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HAURIN TO COIN, (A404), URB.VIÑA BORREGO, FOLLOW THE YELLOW SIGNS. CHARITY REGISTERED WITH THE JUNTA DE ANDALUCIA NO 8448. WWW.HORSERESCUESPAIN.ORG INFO@HORSERESCUESPAIN.ORG ARCHRESCUE@YAHOO.CO.UK TEL:- 635798219 OR 656935613 OR 620175828. NEW: ARCH CHARITY SHOP NOW OPEN IN ALHAURIN, NEXT TO MONEY CHANGE SHOP, AVENIDA GERALD BRENAN (93322)

FOR SALE SHIH TZU quality pups from registered breeder. Gold & white or solid gold with black mask. See the babies online at www.tangk oushihtzu.com or call 619 306 462 (209598)

KENNELS EURODOG Boarding Kennels and Cattery. Under new ownership, fully licensed and sanitary approved, long/short term. Mijas Costa Tel 697 731 171 www.eu rodogspain.com (207324) CAT AND DOG WORLD KENNELS AND CATTERY is recommended and used by David the Dogman. “I would not trust my dogs with anyone else”. Tel: 952 112 978. www.cat-and-dog-world.com (206776)

LOOK NO FURTHER for your pet transport. We offer a service to travel with/without your pets/furniture. Pets from £295 including vet checks. Various vehicles to cater for your needs. 952 596 213 / 665 150 227 spainukspain@hot mail.com (204441) ANIMALCOURIERS - A KIND, CARING, FRIENDLY SERVICE BETWEEN SPAIN/UK. FLIGHTS FROM MALAGA OR ROAD FROM COSTA DEL SOL FOR YOUR PET TRAVEL. WWW.ANIMALCOURIERS.COM / 0044 1483 200123, 0034 635 155 962 OR ASK@ANI MALCOURIERS.COM FOR A QUOTATION. (207935)

STEFANIE’S KENNELS AND CATTERY, Estepona. Fully licensed, Junta approved, est. 1986. Viewing welcomed 952 790 943 w w w. s t e fa n i e s ke n n e l s . c o m (209612)

Pet Insurance PROTECTAPET. Spain’s leading pet insurance. 965 756 371. www.protectapet.eu (216721)

Pet Transport PET-COURIERS.COM – If you love your pet try us first – we are the best. Door to door service throughout Europe. Specialised vehicles – bespoke service. Full legal service including documentation if required. For further information call or email us: Tel: (0034) 651 033 670 or (0034) 637 066 227. Email: info@pet-couriers.com or www.pet-couriers.com (200622) ACCOMPANY your pets to their new home. Fully licensed pet transport service. Denise www.petchauffeur.eu 952 197 187 / 696 233 848 i n f o @ p e t c h a u f f e u r. e u (208485)

GREAT OPPORTUNITY. TORREBLANCA. Ideal detached villa offering two self contained separate levels - main upper level 3 beds/1 bath - lower level 1 bed/1 bath, ideal for rental or elderly person/teenager/guests, large plot, private swimming pool and spacious garage, quiet residential area. Original asking price €299,500 - no agents fees, now €230,000. Viewing recommended - 647 647 629 (101501) EL COTO - 3 bed townhouse, pool, parking, 149,000€ - 626 864 683 (202956) TORREQUEBRADA Bargain fully furnished, 2 bedroom flat for sale + garage, €99,000 for quick sale. Tel 655 645 277. NO agents! (218212)

PET TRANSPORTATION by road. Complete service from professional licensed kennels. 630 197 435 www.cat-and-dogworld.com (206776)

ALHAURIN EL GRANDE - New spacious 2 bed house, garage, pool, f/fenced 3000m2 plot, pool 165,000€ neg - FabFincas - 692 151 931 (207253)

THE DOG MOVER. Licensed transporters. Two handlers, so never alone. 680 781 699 / 0044 (0) 7875 947230. www.moveyour dog.com (207293)

ALHAURIN EL GRANDE Lovely 6 bed finca, huge kitchen, giant enclosed pool area, 5k metres land, 389,000€ negotiable - FabFincas - 692 151 931 (207253)

Physiotherapists

ALHAURIN EL GRANDE - Immaculate 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 lounge finca, garage, terraces, 3k metres fenced plot, 260,000€ neg. FabFincas 692 151 931 (207253)

PETCARE PET HOTEL. Alhaurin el Grande. Holiday accommodation for dogs and cats. Air conditioned kennels available. Tel: 952 112 284 / 685 400 216 www.pet carespain.com (208106) COOL KENNELS AND CATTERY. Air conditioned. Your pets lovingly cared for by English mother and daughter. Near Coin. LAGU NAKENNELS@hotmail.com Tel 952 112 021 / 606 838 983 (209606)

Pools

Property PHYSIOTHERAPIST that comes to your home, registered and fully qualified. 20 euros for half an hour, 35 euros for one hour session + IVA. Tel Maaike: 622 784 873 (207282)

FUENGIROLA CENTRE. 1 bed, open plan, low community charge, €75,000 negotiable. 952 586 282 / 615 016 644 (218053) BENALMADENA, 2 bed, 1 bath apt, air con, large terrace, spectacular uninterrupted sea views, €120,000. Call 952 448 887 / 651 417 229 (207505)

CERTIFIED Physiotherapist, experienced, sports massage, Shiatsu, reflexology, deep tissue, lymphatic drainage, earacupuncture, Estepona. Tel 634 328 652 (219213)

WONDERFUL apartment in Estepona, Club Dominio Beach. www.arcostay.es Mobile 606 693 625 (219869)

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VILLA. Half finished in prime location near Puerto Banus. Land 2065m2, built 850m2. 671 244 683 momarbella@yahoo.co.uk (203209)

THE IRISH PLUMBER FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS, COMPLETE BATHROOM REFORMS, ALL AREAS COVERED. 7 DAYS, REASONABLE RATES. 605 206 394 (206156) T1 PLUMBER: Water heaters repaired, replaced same day. Full bathroom and kitchen reforms, previous work can be seen. References available. Mark Allan - 608 454 778 / 952 937 244 (209854) 30 YEARS ON THE COAST. I cover all aspects of plumbing & general maintenance. Graham 607 923 486 (208123) SPLASH Bathrooms, full bathroom refit from €1,500, all aspects of plumbing work undertaken, no call-out charge 622 471 480 (208620)

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FINCA Arcos, Cadiz. 150,000m2, peaceful area, viewing essential. Price 198,000 euros. www.ar costay.es Tel 606 693 625 (219869)

www.condorsol.com. Apartments and villas for sale at advantageous prices. Call 607 637 288, 952 462 302 (202945)

P ROPERTY S TAGING & REDESIGN HOME STAGING MARBELLA. First impressions are imperative! Ensure a quick sale and let HOME STAGING MARBELLA transform your property into a special home buyers will love. www.homestagingmarbel la.com, call Petra 654 150 670

Property for Sale WWW.INMOANDALUZ.COM is always looking for realistically priced inland properties to sell to our interested buyers. Tel 952 491 609 / 685 514 835 (208263)

WWW.INMOANDALUZ.COM. Bargain inland properties for all budgets, fincas, village homes, apartments and villas. Legal building plots. 952 491 609 / 685 514 835 (208263) SELL YOUR PROPERTY FOR TODAY’S BEST MARKET PRICE, on Europe’s largest 30 day fixed price or online auction portal. 8,000 page views per day says it all. Take a look – www.costa1.com Tel – 606 101 878 (208128)

Prop Maintenance www.houseandpool.jimdo.com we care for your property maintenance, call 622 737 164 (207317)

ODD JOB MAN AVAILABLE. From Torreblanca - Marbella. Painting, tiling, laminate flooring, flat pack furniture assembly and all home repairs. Telephone Steve - 663 475 729. Honest and reliable. (207295)

Property to Let MARBELLA centre, rooms to let 671 244 683 (203209) MARBELLA, BANUS 3 or 2 bedroom, 2 bath, big elegant, fully equipped, gardens, pool, Jacuzzi, garage. Tel +34 637 439 222 bravoelezovic@gmail.com (209626) CANCELADA, Flamingo Golf, luxury corner apartment. Large 165m2, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, furnished, private garden, garage, 850€ per week. Mob 644 132 738 (219860) www.costarents.com Over 900 properties for long term rent. 671 093 925 (216537) FUENGIROLA Centre, 1 bed apartment, fantastic new refurbishment! Close to beach. €385 per month. Tel 672 898 335 PRETTY country house in Coin. Front porch, living room, kitchen with open fire, 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Extras: A/C in bedrooms and living room, parking area, roof terrace with fantastic views and bbq area. Built: 70m2. Land 1,000m2 Price: 600€ including bills. TLF: 656 917 342 (REF AQ_F-786) (219820) BENALMADENA COSTA, garden apartment, 2 beds, furnished, quiet, nice garden, air con, close to Puerto Marina and beaches. €500 per month. Tel 620 305 823 (218576) LOS PACOS, FUENGIROLA. Furnished, two bedroom attic duplex, corner apartment, south facing, garage, pool, gym. 600 euros pcm. Tel: 662 110 090 (219066) COUNTRY house very close to Coin town. Front porch terrace area, living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and bathroom. Parking area. Built 65m2. Price 450€. TLF: 656 917 342 (REF AQ_F-697) SELWO. Sunny, lovely furnished townhouse, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, garden, carport, 650€ per month. Tel 644 132 738 MARBELLA APARTMENT Rentals. Telephone 622 571 040 www.kingscastlemarbella.com kingscastlemarbella@gmail.com MIJAS PUEBLO. 3 bed, 2 bath, fully furnished townhouse for long term rent in quiet urbanisation direct from owner. Beautiful private garden with stunning views, air con, high specification, community pool. €700 per month. Tel 661 385 133 (218581)


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Property Wanted WE HAVE Scandinavian clients actively looking for villas, townhouses & apartments from Torremolinos to Calahonda. Call Joe 626 864 683 (207302) www.costarents.com Properties urgently required for long term rent, clients waiting. 671 093 925 (216537) FINNISH real estate urgently requires properties that are for sale in Benalmadena, Torremolinos and Fuengirola for our international clients. Tel 654 397 776 (216505)

WE HAVE Scandinavian and English clients for Villas, Townhouses, Apartments and Plots, from Malaga to Estepona. Also rentals. Tel TINA 634 328 703 (218015)

Pumps/Wells WATERWELLS. Waterwell drilling, well pumps, irrigation, pump tests, pressure pumps. Waterwells.org/Sondein SL. Established on the coast since 1995. Web page www.wellsinspain.com. Enquiries info@wellsinspain.com 629 978 801 / fax 952 793 250

WWW.SPAINUKSPAIN.COM. Vehicle leaving Spain on 9th / 19th / 29th, returning 10th / 20th / 30th. Prices from £90 per cubic metre. cars £525, bikes £325, dogs £395, cats £295 inc vet checks/travel with your pets. Various vehicles to cater for your needs. 952 596 213 / 665 150 227 (204441) MOVING BACK TO UK? Removal vehicle departing weekly throughout the year. Excellent, professional service & great rates. Ring (0034) 665 089 244 or (0044) 01922 682 667 & see www.elite-european.com (93139)

Refrigeration

15 CUBIC metre van returning to the UK 20th September. Space available. Tel. 639 928 090 (216671)

REFRIGERATION and air conditioning. Same day repair service to bottle coolers, displays and fridges. Tel 627 769 969 (209165)

INTERNATIONAL and European Removals. Expert removals worldwide. www.uni versalremovals.com Tel: 951 247 834 (208021)

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REMOVALS Local and International. Full and part loads taken please call 952 816 582 www.fo cus-transport.com (201301) FLORIDA SPECIALIST. Combitrans Movers. 952 775 300 www.combi trans.es (219154) USA SPECIALIST Combitrans Movers. 952 775 300 www.combi trans.es (219154) DUBAI SPECIALIST. Combitrans Movers. 952 775 300 www.combi trans.es (219154) SOUTH-AMERICA SPECIALIST. Combitrans Movers. 952 775 300 www.combitrans.es (219154)

UK - SPAIN Removals. Masses of experience. New clean vehicles. Insured with AXA. Genuinely CARING service. FULL and part moves. ONLINE QUOTES!! bmceuropean.com UK 08456 443 784 / ES 634 344 787 (207584) MOVING MATTERS SL – removals and storage. Local or to and from the UK/Ireland/Portugal and across Europe. Over 16 years experience. For free quotation Tel 951 311 118. www.movingmat ters.eu (219757) 25 CUBIC metre van returning to the UK 20th September. Space available. Tel. 639 928 090 (208261)

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MAN AND VAN VAN AND MAN. Removals, clearances. Experienced and 100% reliable. €20 per hr. Paul 622 793 989 (208090) MANVAN REMOVALS €20 / hour, 3 vans available. House clearances. Storage from €10 / week. Tel David 696 810 618 (208088) LARGE LUTON VAN and man. €20 per hour, packing crates supplied. Kevin 628 993 995 (219216) MAN & VAN, removals, collections, clearances, 15€ hourly. Steve 722 306 194 (218613) MAN & VAN Removals and transport, all areas covered 100% reliable 952 816 582 (208360) THE VAN MAN. Cheap and cheerful. €20 per hour. 677 251 025 (200775)

STORAGE REMOVAL BOXES Large, med, wardrobe, bubble wrap, tape, collect or delivered. Local and international removals also undertaken. 952 239 110 / 632 702 306 (44093)

Roller Shutters ACE OF SHADES - PERSIANA (security shutter) electric and manual, various colours available including wood effect, we also offer a repair service. Make your home more secure! Tel: 951 273 254 / 671 732 204 / info@aceof shades.es (101730) ROLLER shutter repairs, 7 days a week, conversion from manual to motorised, new installations. All areas covered. Coast and inland. 655 825 931 (216514)

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Services CARPENTRY CARPENTER cabinet maker, Irish. Available for all types of property maintenance, plumbing, painting, electrical, kitchens and bathrooms renovated etc. 30 years experience. Very reliable. Tel: 952 441 955 / 677 087 575 (202841)

FURNITURE FRENCH POLISHING REPAIRS, restoration etc. restore your valuable furniture to its former glory. Tel 647 579 519 / 952 119 190 (200802)

WINDOW COIN WINDOWS Aluminium windows, Doors, PVC Blinds, Mosquito screens, Canopies, Glass Factory, shower screens etc. All at village prices. Spanish owned business. English 646 066 351 (209606)

Sewing ALL STYLES Curtains, upholstery, soft furnishings and bean bags made to measure. Sensible prices. Also repairs / alterations. All areas. Call 672 800 887 or email judeinspain@hotmail.com (216546)

SIGNS, all types, vehicles, pavement signs, illuminated, L.E.D. Neon, banners, sale boards. 16 years on the Coast! www.signstu diospain.com 639 133 135 / 952 796 299 (67022)

Situations Vacant EXPERIENCED CARERS REQUIRED! Join our team of carers who work in the UK. Earn from £868 - £1330 for 2 weeks. Good written/spoken English/ British or EU Passport required. Contact Sandra on 658 965 204 or email s.field@consultuscare.com. (99902) ARE you a fully bilingual, nonsmoking, people loving communicator? Mayan Monkey, Mijas may have the job for you! Further info: www.mayanmonkey.es (209602) SELF-EMPLOYED, self-motivated telesales, individuals required to work alongside experienced financial advisors. Some leads provided but use of your own initiative essential. OTE 40K PA. Contact Ricky 654 587 299 (207512) QUALIFIERS & CLOSERS FOR NEW OFFICE IN BENALMADENA. ENGLISH - SWEDISH - DUTCH GERMAN - DANISH - FRENCH. INFO 633 219 555 (207769)

Situations Wanted NATIVE German and English speaking Nurse (specialised in elderly care) offers her help, call 634 124 055 (207317)

Signs & Designs SIGNS, Vehicle Decals, Logos, Flyers, A-Boards, Digital Art, Banners. 670 583 779 (200926)

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Soft Furnishings CURTAINS, blinds, cushions and much more. Free estimates and home visits. Tel 657 369 343 or rosannacarmella@hotmail.com

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN’S suits to measure. Be measured in the comfort of your own home or office by a qualified English tailor. Linen suits a speciality. Phone 634 378 085 for the travelling tailor to call. (209747)

Taxi

Solar LOWEST PRICES IN SPAIN. www.solarmegastore.es (209575)

LEARN SPANISH. Speak Spanish from 1st lesson. 1 to 1 or group lessons. Children and adults. Friendly teacher. Learn properly, gain confidence. GCSE & all levels. From Sotogrande to Fuengirola. Great prices 664 209 839 (208081)

Storage LARGE Storage Units inside warehouse. Dry and Secure. 24/7 access. Mijas Costa. 616 337 996

TV & Video

STORAGE - Large warehouses containers. Dry and secure €50 per month. Professional packing and removal service. www.dfeuro peanremovals.co.uk. Tel David 696 810 618 (216605)

Swimming Pools

www.perfectpools.es. Maintenance, repairs, professional and reliable service, all areas from €70 per month. info@perfectpools.es. 650 348 785 (219784) JUSTPOOLS.ES 8x4m pool: regrouts (450€ inclusive). Maintenance (86€ inclusive). 619 636 586 / 952 472 476 POOL CLEANING/MAINTENANCE, free pool supplies for extra sparkle. Graham 607 923 486 (208123)

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AFFORDABLE POOL MAINTENANCE - Professional maintenance from only €80 per month (exc. chemicals) Call Splash Pools on 952 591 053 - open 8am to 4pm (218239)

SAND BLASTING SANDBLASTING SERVICES, swimming pool paint removal, call for a no obligation quotation. 603 119 144 (207342)

Tailoring

LASER ENGRAVED Trophies, Prizes, quality glass engraving service, competitive prices, with 40 years experience. Trophies, medal, badges from 1€. THE SPORTS SHOP, Fuengirola. Tel: 952 473 530 (208402)

Tuition

SOLAR AND WIND ENERGY SUPPLIES. Installations and advice, coast and inland covered David: 630 200 705. www.drso lar.es (208121)

POOL MAINTENANCE, repairs, friendly, reliable service. Estepona, Malaga, inland re-grouts, heaters. 678 791 495 / 951 295 699 www.sparklenripple.net (207400) T3

Trophies

Therapists LIFE COACHING, stress, depression, other problems. 24 years experience. Contact 634 369 414 (206835) CHANGE your thinking, change your life. Psychotherapist Philip Jameson. Adults, adolescents, families. 952 789 907 - 635 276 140 (207899)

Tiling TILING AND REFORMATION of kitchens/bathrooms. Free estimates. Graham - 607 923 486 (208123) TILING, painting, coving, complete finish, RELIABLE TRADESMAN. KEITH 952 422 031 / 649 561 013 (209603)

Translations TRANSLATOR/INTERPRETER/Reasonable rates. Also available for visits to lawyers/hospital and general paperwork assistance. Contact Amaya - 647 403 435 (216509) OFFICIAL TRANSLATIONS. ALL LANGUAGES. TEL. 654 613 094 sanpedrotranslations@gmail.com DON’T UNDERSTAND? I can help you communicate with lawyers, courts, doctors, paperwork, builders, etc. Professional translator/interpreter, 15 years experience. Christina 607 501 408 email christina.heger@gmail.com (219217) LEGAL translation and Interpretation Services offered by Spanish Lawyer and Offic ial Translator/Interpreter. Tel 677 684 722 (216613)

SKY PROBLEMS / Installers don’t turn up when they promise to? Can’t or won’t sort out your satellite problems? Then call Steve @ Scansat. We supply and install full Sky Systems, Digiboxes, Dishes, Sky cards UK/Irish. Dish relocations and TV extensions. For a fast reliable service call Steve 676 533 209 problem solved! (206166) SKY DIGIBOXES - Freeview & Sky+ HD, new, used & refurbished inc warranty from €30. Tel 653 061 472 (216743) WHETHER it’s the best of UK TV or your choice of all 380 EPL games, it’s all available via IPTV with prices starting from £370, for more info contact www.aceu roiptv.co.uk. (207583) REPAIRS – TV’s, Plasmas, LCD’s, Digi – Boxes, Video, HiFi and microwaves. Free estimates, can collect. 35 Years experience. John 952 491 723 or 600 706 201 (218143) sat@rainbowsatellites.com 661 775 704 - English television IPTV - SKY - fault finding (209656) MR NICESKY satellite, dish realignment and installations. Tel James: 652 023 012 (216637) UKTVsolution, be prepared for the big switch off! IPTV installed 250€, realignments only 25€, call 622 471 480 (208620)

Upholstery UPHOLSTERY work for your furniture. Window decoration, interior consulting, wall covering, luxury fabrics, outdoor fabrics. Home visits in all places for free. Iris Seegert. Berlin/Marbella phone 647 764 426 www.iris-seegert.com (202847) CARPET & UPHOLSTERY PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE WET OR DRY CLEAN, HONEST,RELIABLE SERVICE. PLEASE CALL 678 808 837 / 952 669 701 (101382)


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CARPETS AND SOFAS cleaned. Reliable, fast service. Family run. Cleansol 952 930 861 / 607 610 578. 10am - 10pm 7 days, all areas Discount Code: EWN 1 CLEAN (218520)

MOBILE SERVICE. ITV Legal. Solar Reflective tint for glass curtains, balconies, yachts. Stop fading, heat & glare. 958 496 571 – 644 546 176 solarshadetinting@ gmail.com (207469)

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XXX Relaxation

GOOD QUALITY. Fishing tackle, old air guns, swords, knives, old stamp collections. All manner of small antiques etc. 629 258 280 (208437)

READERS OF A SENSITIVE DISPOSITION MAY FIND SOME OF THE ADVERTISEMENTS IN THIS SECTION OFFENSIVE.

Washing Machine REPAIRS WASHING machine repairs and sales. No fix No fee. Tel Joe: 686 271 836/952 448 695 (216637)

RIVIERA, Daniela, hot Brazilian, loves to kiss, attractive, young, amazing breasts, gorgeous bum, horny, active, all services, positions, massages, parties. 24 hours. 634 193 202 (207526) CALAHONDA, Alice, naughty schoolgirl, punish me hard, a good student, best BJ without, all positions, threesomes, lesbian, couples, parties, golden shower, sadism, massages 602 690 036 (207526)

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MIRAFLORES, Angela, sexy Russian, loving, sweet, gorgeous, will give you an unforgettable time. Authentic photos, caresses and kisses with tongue, BJ, several positions, erotic massages. www.butterflygirls.es 24 hours 634 193 202 (207526) RIVIERA, World of desire, passion and relax. A villa for gentlemen who want the best. Intimate erotic and sexual fantasies, toys, xrated films, discreet. 24 hours. 951 274 723 (207526) MIRAFLORES, Julia, Russian, 26, gorgeous blonde, friendly, will carry out your most intimate desires, new positions, French, erotic. English. Call-outs. 602 690 036 (207526) ELVIRIA, Luna, sweet and loving, 20, hot, longing for passionate gentlemen, lovely figure, soft skin and natural breasts. Call outs, visa 602 690 036 (207526) RIVIERA, Latina domina mistress, erotic sadism for beginners or experts. BDSM, fetishism, bondage and more in fully equipped dungeon in luxury villa. By appointment 634 487 517 (207526) RUSSIAN sisters 19, 20! Spectacular bodies! Natural French, Greek, kisses with tongue … Fuengirola 633 520 255 (216642) MARBELLA CENTRE – the ideal place for your enjoyment in the city centre, eight young ladies for unforgettable moments. Open 24h and prices from €50. For reservations and information call 620 366 817 (95451) T2 SEXY Brunette will make your day a happy one !! In/out call. 622 673 662 . www.escort datemarbella.com (208079) GREGORIO (40 euros), handsome guy, erotic massage. Pleasant, active. 24 hours. Torremolinos. 680 590 449 (2099635) NEAR Torrequebrada Casino, Benalmadena. Beautiful blonde, perfect body, massage & more, home & outcalls. 632 721 814 (207454) CLUB ORIENTAL. Open every day 24/7. Beautiful girls, Japanese and Asian. 653 905 672 / 655 600 026 (207932) SOTOGRANDE Natalie, Lovely, Sexy, Attractive. Call me 648 704 564 (207446) ESTEPONA - Marbella, Sara, 19 years, Spanish, very loving and charming, all services, home callouts. 633 487 004 (209742) FOR GENTLEMEN – TORREBLANCA, FUENGIROLA. Beautiful and tiny haired stunner. I am very sexy and friendly, sweet and special. Full erotic massage, sensitive and stimulating with a happy ending, the ultimate relaxation. Maximum hygiene and discretion. I am excellent company. 673 612 032 (219788) MARBELLA, sensual and discreet, beautiful Spanish dark haired lady, Natalie, 30 years for all your needs and desires. Tel 672 951 177 (209595) MATURE elegant lady. Voluptuous bust. All services. Only hotel and home visits. 687 387 680 (208442)

MALAGA, Asian massage, beautiful young girls give happy ending and French finish. 24 hours. Call 688 181 075 or 951 993 083 (219050)

JAMAICAN BRUNETTE, Sexy, hot and horny, French kisses, professional prostate massage, erotic, discreet apartment San Pedro. Tel 602 440 851 (216512)

MARBELLA - Estepona, Paola, Andalucian, 20 years, slim, large breasts, deep Greek, natural French. 633 050 016 (209742)

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Perfectly balanced! DISPLAYING the balance that is taking him to the top of the taekwondo martial arts world is Kieran Taylor, the Black Belt from Arroyo Even while relaxing on a Benalmadena beach Kieran took the chance to improve his balancing skills even more by practising moves whilst perched on a line above the ground, as our picture shows. Having won the Benalmadena Open last month, he is training hard for The Madrid Cup. That is when the Spanish National Coach chooses his team to fight for Spain in the European Championships in Belarus next year. Having already

Andalucian derby earns Malaga CF a draw From Back Page After the restart Duda had two decent opportunities for Malaga before Roque BBVA LEAGUE - 1ª Division

GOOD MOVE: Kieran practises his balancing skills. fought in Bulgaria last year, he knows exactly what is required to take Gold and understands it’s

going to be hard, as he has to adapt his style to the way the Eastern Bloc countries train and fight.

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Santa Cruz restored the lead on 67 minutes. Gameiro got his second of the night three minutes later when he nodded past Caballero. Champions League Europa League Relegation New signing Mounir El Hamdaoui got his debut on W D L GF GA 3 0 0 11 2 77 minutes and looked lively 3 0 0 10 2 after coming on for Santa 3 0 0 8 3 Cruz, but Sevilla were almost 3 0 0 6 2 2 0 1 5 4 back in front six minutes 1 2 0 5 3 from time. A cross into the 1 2 0 5 4 area found the head of 1 1 1 4 3 1 1 1 3 3 Vicente Iborra, who looped 1 1 1 2 8 it past a stranded 1 0 2 3 4 1 0 2 4 6 Caballero, but the flag was 1 0 2 4 7 raised for offside and the 0 2 1 6 7 goal disallowed. 0 2 1 3 5 0 2 1 3 6 Malaga’s next game after 0 1 2 2 4 the international break is 0 1 2 2 4 against Rayo Vallecano at 0 1 2 2 5 0 0 3 1 7 La Rosaleda on September Position as of Wednesday noon. 15 (kick-off 7pm).


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First point on the board for Malaga MALAGA head into the international break with their first point on the board after a well-deserved 2-2 away draw at neighbours Sevilla. Andalucian derbies are often intense encounters and this one started no differently, Diego Perotti going close for the hosts and ‘keeper Javi Varas

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denying Malaga midfielder Pedro Morales inside the opening 10 minutes. Sergi Darder then shot over from a tight angle for the visitors, while at the other end Kevin Gameiro struck the base of the post after Willy Caballero had blocked Alberto Moreno’s effort, before Juan Cala somehow fired over from close range. Nonetheless, it was Malaga that took the lead five minutes before the break when Morales punished a retreating Sevilla defence to strike a low shot into the bottom corner from the edge of the box. However, the home side were back on level terms just four minutes later when Kevin Gameiro, in a clearly offside position, steered a header wide of Caballero, but the goal was allowed to stand. Turn to Page 111

Figures that add up to a Bale full of money BIGGEST story of the summer transfer market in world football was undoubtedly the signing of Gareth Bale by Real Madrid in a €100 million deal. But the big question on many people’s lips is where do they get the money from? At a time when Spain is still struggling in the depths of economic gloom, unemployment stands at 26.3 per cent and millions of people are struggling after deep government spending cutbacks the message sent is clear: Real Madrid does not do austerity. But the headline figure of Bale’s €100 million cost, plus €300,000 a week wages for six years does not tell the full story. The sale of Mesut Ozil to Arsenal on the same day immediately recouped €50 million of the outlay, and got one of the club’s biggest earners off the books. In fact, whilst Madrid have paid out a total of m co rks Wo

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€163.5 million on players including Malaga’s young star Isco (€30 million) and Asier Illarramendi (also €30 million) from Real Sociedad, they have received €114.5 million from player sales. Gonzalo Higuain’s move to Napoli raked in €37 million, and whilst Brazilian star Kaka has gone for nothing to AC Milan, he is another big earner off the books. Whilst Madrid’s net outlay over the summer has been a still respectable €51 million, it is very much manageable for the richest club in the world. This is the mantle it has taken over from Manchester United. Figures in August showed annual revenues for Madrid passed the €500 million mark, the first time any club has achieved this. The latest Deloitte Money League report calculated that Madrid had seen a rise of 11 per cent in revenues to €512.6 million. Since those figures were collated, Madrid have signed a new shirt sponsorship deal worth 30 per cent more at €30 million a year. With figures like that it becomes clear how Madrid can afford a player for

What could €100 million pay for? Approximately 3,700 nurses for a year (average cost €27,000 each) 100 million small glasses of beer 40,899 magnums of Cristal Roederer Rose vintage Champagne at Marbella Beach Club (€2,445) 12.5 million menus del dia (at €8) 446,428 of the world’s most expensive burger (€224 from Serendipity 3, New York) 7,250 Ford Focus Trends (€13,820) 4 Ferrari Spyders. One 1967 model has just sold for a record €20.7 million 396 average priced homes in Spain (€252,500 - source Kyero) 1.74 El Cielos – the most expensive home in Spain (€57.4 million) 12 Learjet 70 executive jets (€8.35 million) €100 million, though whether any player is worth that amount is a question many people on the street may wonder about.

AFFORDABLE: Real Madrid’s record-breaking signing, Gareth Bale.

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