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ISSUE NO. 1494

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GOLD MEDAL winning Olympian and Tour de France winning cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins is due to ride into Fuengirola. He is taking part in the Vuelta de Andalucia cycling tour, which leaves Velez-Malaga today (Thursday). The British cyclist will be joined by the entire Sky Team. The 60th edition of the cycling competition started in Almeria yesterday (Wednesday) and a 186.8-kilometre stage continues today (Thursday) exiting from Velez-Malaga and ending up at the Zafarraya pass, which is 4,000 metres above sea level. Otherwise known as Ruta del Sol, the race will take the participants through the eight Andalucian


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provinces in five stages, finishing on Sunday in Fuengirola, after visiting Coin. TV network EuroSport will broadcast the last two hours of each stage in more than 70 countries. This is the second Spanish cycling

race that Sir Bradley Wiggins has taken part in so far this year. Earlier this month, the 2012 Tour de France cycling race winner and multi-Olympic gold medal winner participated in the 23rd Iberostar Challenge in Mallorca (pictured).

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EWN News 1 - 36

Finance 39 - 44 SEIZED: The joint operation resulted in cash, silver and gold being found.

Arrests made in gold fraud case MORE than 160 people have been arrested throughout Spain in a joint National Police and Tax Office operation against money laundering and tax fraud. The operation, which resulted in police seizing 6.5 tonnes of gold and silver, €1.69 million in cash, 52 vehicles and two boats, focused on a network of 180 cash for

gold businesses. Accounts and assets worth more than €16 million have also been frozen. The network took advantage of the boom in sales of precious metals to issue false invoices for up to €1 billion per year in order to launder the benefits of selling gold, Nigerian letter scams, property fraud and drug trafficking.

The companies were used to put stolen gold and silver jewellery into circulation and had double accounts to avoid tax. Police and tax officers searched more than 88 cash for gold shops, homes and companies in Valencia, Murcia, Malaga, Madrid, Barcelona, Tarragona, Castellon, Alicante, Cordoba, Granada, Toledo and Valladolid.

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NEWS Being friends A FRIENDSHIP agreement was signed by the President of the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, Juan Jesus Vivas, and Ronda mayor, Maripaz Fernandez, as a step towards becoming twin cities. Chipped pets FUENGIROLA Town Hall has launched a campaign to encourage residents to microchip their pets, especially dogs walked in public areas. Man shot A MAN, 43, was shot in Las Albarizas area of Marbella in unknown circumstances and taken to the Costa del Sol Hospital. Break-ins TWO men, aged 19 and 26, were arrested for allegedly stealing items from 27 vehicles parked on the street in Estepona. Cheese market THE third Traditional Cheese Market was held in Alora, selling more than 50 varieties of cheese from throughout Andalucia. Cycle plans A GROUP has been created to get Marbella included in the Andalucian Cycling Plan which aims to create cycle lanes throughout the region. Fake garments TWENTY-FOUR people were arrested for selling almost 5,500 fake brand name garments at the market in Fuengirola. Protest blackout A BLACKOUT is due to be held tonight (Thursday) in Plaza de los Derechos Humanos, Humilladero, from 7.30pm, to protest about rising electricity prices.

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Closer to independence TWO areas of Ronda are closer to becoming independent towns. After years of red tape, the so-called Local Autonomous Entities (ELA) of Serrato and Montecorto have reported that Ronda has not opposed their plans to separate from the town. However, this year, a national law regarding local government administration came into effect, which establishes that new towns must have at least 5,000 inhabitants. This isn’t true of either ELA. There is also

the requirement they are financially independent, with sufficient resources to fulfil municipal obligations without the quality of the services being affected. However, Serrato and Montecorto have the support of the Junta de Andalucia and are confident the central government will not oppose their plans for autonomy which were first launched in 2011. Each of the ELAs have their own mayors who both say they hope the government will take into account the process began before the new law came into effect.

Hollywood star in Spain for filming


OLLYWOOD star Alec Baldwin is in Spain for the filming of the fifth instalment of Spain’s best-known and most profitable film saga,

‘Torrente’. This film has a budget of €8.5 million and filming is due to continue until March, also in Madrid and the Dominican Republic. Although little more is known, Baldwin is playing the villain of the piece, and is accompanied in Spain by his wife, Hilaria Thomas, whose parents are Spanish and allegedly convinced him to take part in the film. Also with them is their daughter, Carmen Gabriela, born in August last year. The Torrente films are dark comedies written, directed and starring Santiago Segura, who plays a lazy, rude, drunk, rightwing cop in Madrid. The first film was released in 1998 and made more than €3 million at the box office; the most recent was released in 2011 and made more than €19.5 million. Each of the films has included numerous Spanish actors and celebrities. The fifth instalment began filming late last year and is due to be released this October. One of the famous faces appearing in the film will be bullfighter Jesulin de Ubrique. It had been rumoured that Santiago Segura was also trying to

Quote of the Week It’s impossible to defend the actions of the Guardia Civil in Ceuta.’ Socialist Party leader, Alfredo Perez-Rubalcaba, regarding an incident in which 15 illegal immigrants died when attempting to swim to the coast of the Spanish enclave in North Africa.




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Tasty celebration

THOUSANDS of people headed to Ardales for the 28th edition of the ‘Fiesta de la Matanza’ where traditional pork products are sold and distributed to visitors.

Liqueur museum A NEW museum, dedicated to the local ‘aguardiente’ liqueur has been opened in Ojen. It will open Monday to Saturday from 11am to 1pm and 4pm to 8pm.

French golfers THE Malaga-Costa del Sol Tourism Board has organised a tour for French travel operator Tee Off Travel, to attract French golfers to the coast.

Back to school MORE than 17,200 adults in Malaga Province, who during the construction boom dropped out of school, have gone back to studying since 2008.

Staff cut Alec Baldwin, above, with his wife. Left: Director, Santiago Segura.

convince Mel Gibson to take a cameo role in the film, but this has not been confirmed. There is talk, however, that Italian motorcycle racer, Valentino Rossi, will appear. Following his arrival and the presentation in Madrid, Baldwin has been seen on set in Ciudad Real, where the whole team is currently staying.

Number of the week

cent of Spaniards who go on a diet fail, 81 per according to a study by XLS Medical. This is despite the fact that 76 per cent of those asked admit that they are not happy with their current weight. Fifty-eight per cent want to lose weight to improve their sex life.

MIJAS Town Hall has reduced the number of staff at the local racecourse to just two people for upkeep, as no more races will be held there.

Market loss THE car park at the Mercacentro market in the centre of Fuengirola has closed and traders complain this has led to a drop in sales.

And finally... A MAN, 20, who is facing 19 years in prison for killing his nephew in Madrid in December 2012, admitted in court that he shook the baby because he “wouldn’t stop crying” and that the 18-monthold boy fell off the sofa, where he had “propped him up” after he had fainted.

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Germans are coming GERMAN passenger numbers at MalagaCosta del Sol Airport in January rose by 83 per cent to 29,620.

Home grown FUENGIROLA will provide allotments for elderly residents so they can grow their own produce.

Trade fair A TRADE fair for weddings and corporate events will be held on Saturday and Sunday at El Segoviano Complex, Alhaurin de la Torre, from 11am to 9pm.

Hospital pain PATIENTS and staff held a protest against plans to move the Pain Units from two of Malaga’s hospitals to the Maritimo in Torremolinos.

Uni scheme MALAGA University is to launch a campaign to try to stop students from Antequera and Ronda attending other universities.


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IN COURT: Princess Cristina of Spain.

Malaga lawyer is suspected of leaking court video A MALAGA lawyer is suspected of leaking the video of the court appearance of Princess Cristina in the Noos case. A video of her statement in court in Palma de Mallorca was recorded illegally. Judge Castro, in charge of the case, said he “had his suspicions” regarding who could have done it and an investigation was opened. Police visited the headquarters of Wouzee, the platform to which it was uploaded, to request information on the user who did so. The company was founded by a relative of Julita Cuquerella, who at one point was Urdangarin’s personal secretary. The lawyer from Malaga reportedly attended the hearing in place of another who was due to attend.

However, he denied having filmed the images and said he had called the National Police to help with their enquiries. The investigation is still under way and the lawyer says he has the greatest interest in the true culprit being revealed in order to clear his name. Urdangarin, Duke of Palma and the princess’s husband, could face 10 to 19 years in prison for embezzlement, corruption, document falsification, fraud and tax evasion. In court, Princess Cristina, claimed she did not know of the activities of Aizoon, the company set up allegedly to hide the €6 million of public funds illegally obtained through the Noos Institute, despite owning half of the company.


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Clubhouse construction WORK on the first golf clubhouse in Torremolinos, to complement the golf school created a year ago, has started, backed by local golfer Miguel Angel Jimenez.

Mobile care ALHAURIN DE LA TORRE Council plans to demand that the Andalucian Health Service provide another Mobile Intensive Care Unit for the town.

Barranco Blanco is recovering naturally THE Junta de Andalucia has said that replanting will not be necessary in the Barranco Blanco area between Coin and Alhaurin el Grande due to its “exceptional natural regeneration.” The fire which in August 2012 destroyed 8,225 hectares across Mijas, Monda, Marbella, Alhaurin el Grande,

Coin and Ojen, started in Barranco Blanco. It left two people dead, thousands evacuated, many more homeless and extensive material damage. However, Environmental and Territorial Planning experts consider that reforestation will not be necessary in the area, as pine trees


and other plant species in the area are growing again naturally. Plants and trees will be planted by volunteers in areas where vegetation was sparse before the fire where there were no

natural sources for seeds or roots. The Junta has provided more than 13,000 plants, tools, technical advice and logistic support for replanting efforts already carried out in the area.

Del Valle enters prison LAWYER Fernando del Valle, sentenced in the ‘Ballena Blanca’ corruption case, has surrendered to prison authorities. Del Valle, considered to have masterminded the corruption scandal, was sentenced to five years and six months in prison for tax fraud and money laundering. He had asked for his entrance to prison to be delayed, but the request was denied by the Provincial Court.

New patrol cars for Local Police FUENGIROLA Local Police now have four new patrol cars. The vehicles, which will replace others which were quite old, are being rented and are equipped with all the latest technology in order to provide a better service to local residents. NEW CARS: Equipped with The vehicles will be used at checkpoints, in chases give messages in several and to transport detainees. languages, bullet-proof They have LED panels to vests, life-saving belts,

all the latest technology. shields, traffic signs, first aid kit, fire extinguishers and thermal blankets.


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Ties to gang may be clue in shooting POLICE are investigating the possible ties between a man, 41, shot in Marbella last week, and French drug traffickers. The Algerian was killed in front of his young children on one of the bridges across the AP-7 at Las Lomas de Marbella Club urbanisation. The victim, who had French nationality, was driving his children, aged 10, nine and three, to school. Apparently, a woman stepped out in front of him and a man came out from the bushes, shooting him twice in the neck and killing him instantly. The shooter smashed one of the back windows, saw the children inside and left with the woman in a dark car. The police were alerted by the next driver who came along. An operation was mounted and several vehicles were stopped but the killers were not found. After analysing documents, some of them false, the National Police believe he had ties to French gangs and was killed in a settling of scores.


Illegal sales LOCAL POLICE in Mijas seized 900 kilos of strawberries which were being sold illegally in a busy street in Las Lagunas area. They were given to charity.

Cable guys MARK ALLAN LILLEY: Was found hiding in his luxury villa near Alhaurin de la Torre in 2013.

Drug baron challenges extradition from Spain

MARK ALAN LILLEY, jailed after spending 13 years on the run on the Costa del Sol, has launched a legal bid challenging his extradition from Spain. The tattooed drug baron has instructed his legal team to bring a case stating the extradition process to force him back to

Britain was illegal. Lilley is currently serving a 23year term after being extradited to the UK. He had escaped to Spain in 2000 prior to his sentencing for conspiracy to supply drugs. The 42-year-old was caught by armed officers who burst into his luxury villa near Alhaurin de la

Torre last summer. They found him hiding in a panic room behind a wardrobe. Lilley, who has changed his name to Tony Alan Tague, is arguing it was illegal for British judges to ignore an alleged request from the Spanish judiciary for him to be retried on his return.

POLICE in Mijas have asked for local residents to collaborate in catching people who are stealing public electric cable. They suspect they’re dressed in official looking overalls.

Police attack A MAN has been sentenced to two years in prison for attacking National Police officers who were taking him from court to a holding cell in Malaga.


Addict sentenced for burglary A MAN has been sentenced to four years and seven months in prison for breaking into a house and threatening the inhabitants. In January 2013, the man, a drug addict, broke into the house in Torremolinos, threatened the occupants with a screwdriver and bound a man to the bed with belts, gagged him, as well as covering his face with a scarf.

He tied the woman occupant’s hands behind her back with a scarf and covered her face with some underpants. He searched the house for jewellery and money and stole mobile phones, a laptop, a camera, a video-game console, and other items, as well as ₏60 in cash and bank cards with which he withdrew money from a cash machine. He had a record for similar crimes and was sentenced by a criminal court in Malaga. He appealed but the sentence was confirmed by the Provincial Court. He and an old train wagon was also sentenced to pay from the plot. fines and compensation.

Mijas gets plot of land MIJAS Town Hall has taken possession of a plot on Los Jarales urbanisation in Calahonda and cleared it to make it into a green area. The 2,200m2 plot should have been handed over to the town hall by the owners in 1967. Corporation workers removed billboards

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Japan on show

FROM March 4 to March 28, an exhibition dedicated to the traditions and arts of Japan will be held at the Museo de la Ciudad in Fuengirola.

Case closed against Connery ACTOR Sean Connery has denied his involvement in the Goldfinger case, and the charges against him have been shelved. Authorities in the Bahamas

sent the statements of actor Sean Connery and his wife to a court in Marbella last month. Although the case against Connery has been shelved, the charges against his wife,

Supplies back SELF-INJECTABLE adrenaline for children, which has been unavailable in pharmacies for several weeks, is due to be back on the shelves again next week.

Looking east THE Holiday World complex in Benalmadena Costa has signed an agreement with the Chinese Business Association in Andalucia to promote its hotels in China.


Tip-off to drugs haul NATIONAL POLICE seized 126 kilos of marihuana hidden on a property in Granada thanks to a tip-off from Malaga Local Police. The officers had arrested a man, 51, when he was kerbcrawling in Malaga, as he was found carrying almost three kilos of marihuana. An analysis of the items in his car pointed to a co-operative in Granada where the drugs were found hidden in sacks, bags and glass jars.

Micheline, remain; however, both claim they had no ties to deceased Marbella mayor, Jesus Gil. According to a local Spanish daily, Connery said he may have seen Gil at a public event, and when his image was used without his consent in videos to boost Gil’s electoral campaign, he had his lawyer ask for the images to be removed and they were. Last year, Connery was given six months to answer questions about the sale of his house in Marbella in 1999 or face possible arrest. His villa, Malibu, was demolished and replaced with a development of more than 70 apartments, which were

sold for an estimated €54.5 million. It is claimed that planning regulations stipulated that only five apartments could be built on the site. More than 15 people, including ex-mayor of Marbella, Julian Muñoz, and former town planning chief, Juan Antonio Roca, face trial over the socalled ‘Goldfinger’ probe, named after Connery’s 1964 Bond film. The actor denies knowing either of them. The court in Marbella has now received the couple’s sworn statements made before a notary and their lawyers, which the couple said were given of their own free will with the aim of helping the investigation.

Gang arrested for blowing ATMs FIVE people have been arrested for allegedly blowing up at least four cash machines in Malaga and stealing the money from them over the past few weeks. The National Police suspect that they may have been involved in at least six more

raids along the Costa del Sol. The gang used a mixture of oxygen and acetylene to cause a spark and blow up the machines. The latest crime was at the post office in San Pedro Alcantara this month, in which €15,000 was stolen.


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Housewife confesses to killing pensioner A HOUSEWIFE has confessed to murdering a pensioner, 69, on La Cala del Moral promenade last December. The 59-year-old confessed to having slashed the victim’s throat to the Guardia Civil, after they found a watch belonging to the victim in the suspect’s storage room. She owed the victim several thousand euros for jewellery she had bought as part of a small business she operated and had financial problems. According to her confession, problems

arose when the victim showed her intention to increase the €100 monthly fee they had agreed upon to pay off the debt when she found out that the detainee had started receiving a disability allowance. The alleged murderer told officers that the victim’s demands intensified at the end of 2013, claiming she needed money for Christmas. It was then that she allegedly cut her throat with a craft knife following a disagreement.

Pigeon racing back in Arroyo REGISTRATION is open for the II Costa del Sol International Pigeon Racing Derby. The event will be held for the second time in the

town in June and will give out €21,000 in prize money, the Environmental councillor, Inmaculada Hernandez, announced. Registration is open until March 31 and more than 1,000 pigeons from throughout Europe are expected to take part. They will leave from Lisbon and travel more than 500 kilometres to Arroyo de la Miel.

The councillor was accompanied by the organiser, Sergio Delgado, and said that it would go further towards making Benalmadena a point of reference for pigeon breeders and racers. Pigeons of just four months will have to prove their capacity and dexterity in an event which it is hoped will give local tourism a boost.

11 year sentence A FRENCH man has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for the manslaughter of a 15-year-old British schoolboy in Spain. Ludwig Alexis Thiebaud stabbed Andrew Milroy in the heart outside a nightclub in Lloret de Mar in the Costa Brava during the course of a fight in the early hours of July 17, 2011. The court also ordered 21-year-old Thiebaud to pay €120,000 to Andrew Milroy’s parents . The Frenchman was extradited to Spain in 2011 to face trial after he had been arrested in Normandy,


101km race THE 101-kilometre race organised by the Spanish Legion in Ronda every year will be held from May 9 to 11 with 7,000 participants to raise funds for local charities.

Mayor’s successor THE Mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, has suggested that the President of the Provincial Government, Elias Bendodo, could be his successor in the position.

Unfitting divorce MALAGA Bishopric is reportedly planning to remove a man from his position as leader of a religious brotherhood as he is getting divorced.

Violent attack THE President of the Puerto Marina Residents’ Association in Benalmadena has reported he was attacked by two men, possibly over the debts of several businesses.

Not enough OFFICERS at the Provincial National Police Station in Malaga have complained one day this month there were only three of them available to deal with 30 detainees in cells.

Doctors meet MORE than 1,000 doctors are expected in Malaga from today until Sunday, to attend the National Congress of the Spanish Society of Cosmetic Medicine.


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Apartment sales healthy MALAGA was the second province in Spain for the number of apartment sales per 1,000 inhabitants in 2013, with 12.57, beaten only by Alicante with 13.36.

Blackout day MORE than 800 homes and businesses in Malaga City centre were left without electricity almost all day earlier this week, due to a fault at a transformer.

Eviction help MALAGA City Hall’s Mortgage Victims’ Care Office has helped to prevent more than 170 evictions since it was launched in November 2012.

Luxury property show NEXT month, the second edition of the Marbella International Property Show (MIPS) will be held at the Villa Padierna Palace Hotel. The event will run from March 18 to 21 and aims to showcase luxury properties in the Marbella, Estepona and Benahavis area.

It will allow banks to sell stock, as 90 per cent of the properties available currently belong to them. The properties will be sold with discounts starting from 50 per cent and with financing available for up to 70 per cent of their value. The event was presented

by the President of Villa Padierna Hotels and Resorts, Ricardo Arranz; Estepona mayor, Jose Maria Garcia; Benahavis mayor, Jose Antonio Mena, and Marbella Councillor for Tourism, Jose Luis Hernandez.

New uniforms for emergency volunteers MIJAS Council has bought 25 new uniforms for the local Civil Protection volunteers. The jumpers of the new uniforms have reflective strips so they can be seen better at night, and the garments are made from


Hairdressers hit by crisis MORE than 1,300 jobs were lost last year in Malaga Province due to the closure of almost 600 hairdressing salons. According to the President of the Malaga Association of Hairdressing Business Owners in Malaga, Gabriel Ramos, this is mainly due to the VAT rise from 8 to 21 per cent on products. He is concerned those that remain open are not doing enough business and may have to close.

Two loaves for clients materials which protect better in cold and wet weather. There are also 10 fireproof uniforms for the Rapid Response unit which works with firemen carrying out preventive tasks. The council has spent almost €6,000.

NEW KIT: For local Civil Protection volunteers in Mijas.

THE superSol supermarket chain will be providing clients with their daily bread. Anyone who spends more than €15 on their shopping in superSol is entitled to two loaves (barras) of bread the following day as long as they bring the receipt as proof of purchase.


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Royal opening for ‘king’s way’ MALAGA Provincial Government has sent an official request to the Royal Household to invite Prince Felipe to inaugurate the ‘Caminito del Rey’ next year. The project to restore the so-called ‘death walkway’ near Alora, which is of great environmental and tourism interest for the province, has a budget of €3.12 million provided by the provincial government. The walkway is due to be

ready for opening in early 2015. President of the provincial government, Elias Bendodo, has said that the notorious walkway should cease to be a dangerous and banned place and instead become somewhere that everyone can enjoy. The Caminito del Rey passes across the Gaitanes Gorge between Alora, Ardales and Antequera, and was inaugurated by King Alfonso XIII in 1921, Prince Felipe’s great-grandfather. It has been closed for many years due to its dilapidated state. It was built between 1901 and 1905. It is 100 metres above the river and will be four kilometres long and one metre wide. to improve the The new walkway will children’s quality of be made of wooden life. panels on metal supports For each ‘healthy drilled into the rock. There children’s meal’ bought in the will be parts with glass panels so visitors can see restaurants of the the gorge below. 15 IKEA stores throughout Spain, €1 The works have been will be donated to the assigned to local company foundation to prepare Sando and will require and decorate the builders specialised in centre. Since 2012, working at height as well IKEA has raised as a helicopter. €200,000 for the The project will also foundation, thanks to benefit from the clients and staff. assistance of experienced climbers.

IKEA campaign helps children with heart diseases IKEA Spain and the ‘Menudos Corazones’ Foundation will collaborate for the third year running by providing a care centre for children with congenital heart disease. The centre, for the children and their relatives, will be located in Madrid, where there are four hospitals with paediatric heart surgery units. It aims


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Family remembered HUNDREDS of locals accompanied the family of a woman and her son, both allegedly killed by her partner in Malaga last year, at the unveiling of a commemorative plaque.

Antequera losing out on €270m of EU funds THE Junta de Andalucia councillor for Public Works and Housing, Elena Cortes, accused the central

government of taking €270 million from the region. She was referring to the central

Ship auction MALAGA Port Authorities are due to auction a ship which was abandoned at the port in December 2010 with a starting price of €135,000 plus VAT.

Social wear MORE than 8,400 people in Malaga have benefited from clothes, shoes and toys from the Charity Wardrobe launched by the Social Organisation for Humanitarian Aid.

VALTOCADO: Illegal billboards have now been taken down.

Illegal billboards removed MIJAS Town Hall has had illegal billboards removed from the Valtocado area. The company which had erected them could face fines of between €7,500 and €15,000. The local councillor for Urban Planning, Manuel Navarro, said Mijas will not put up with billboards being erected illegally in public areas. When the current team took over the council, there were almost 850 illegal billboards in the area. The allowed number has since been reduced to just 80.

government’s refusal to use the Marchena-Antequera line as a train testing circuit. The line is unused despite it costing €279 million. This would bring €270 million of EU funds for research and development to the region, as well as creating employment and taking advantage of investments. The proposal came as a solution to prevent the loss of the project for a test track which is planned for Antequera, which was put out for public tender in 2013 and attracted no interest.

NEWS Ambulance drivers’ speed trap DRIVERS of emergency vehicles have complained they are losing points from their licences due to a speed trap between Casabermeja and Malaga City. The speed limit on the stretch of Las Pedrizas motorway is 80kph, and the councils of Colmenar, Alfarnate and Riogordo plan to demand solutions from the General Traffic Department due to the problems it is causing for emergency vehicles.

A new look for Coin COIN Town Hall has launched reformation works in the town’s historical centre. The work, costing €260,000, will focus around the Santa Maria de la Encarnacion convent, Calle Mesones, Plaza Santa Maria and the surrounding area.

Eighty per cent of the funds will be provided by the Provincial Government and the rest by the town hall. It is due to take six months and aims to make the centre more attractive for visitors and more accessible for local residents.


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Shotgun killer faces 17 years A MAN is facing almost 17 years in prison for allegedly killing a man in Archidona in July 2012 over a photo on a social networking site. The victim went to the accused’s house to reprimand him because he had uploaded a photo of a group of people including a woman with whom he had been romantically involved. Later that day, the accused discovered that the other man was in the town, attempting to locate his exgirlfriend. He went home, got a shotgun, and went in search of him. En route, two people took the weapon from him, but he got it back and reloaded it. When he saw the victim, less than three metres away in

his car, he shot at him through the windscreen, also injuring the two men who were with him. He then fled the scene and hid. However, he handed himself in to the Guardia Civil the following day and in court, told a judge he was not to blame. The public prosecutor is asking for 16 years and nine months in prison for murder and illegal weapons possession, and the private accusation is asking for 18 years and nine months in prison. They are also asking for €250,000 in compensation for the victim’s parents, €50,000 for each of his siblings and €515 for the damage caused to the car.

New legal guidance service for foreigners DUE to the number of foreigners living in the

area, a legal guidance service for foreigners has

opened in Torremolinos. The service, whereby a lawyer advises and helps foreigners in prior administrative procedures regarding foreigners’ laws and in contentiousadministrative legal procedures of the same kind, has been provided successfully in Malaga City since 2001. The lawyer will also help them to legalise their situation in Spain, defend their rights, renew work and residence permits, deal with family reunification and obtain citizenship. The service is available on Fridays from 9.30am to 1.30pm at the courthouse in Avenida Palma de Mallorca, 32, first floor, in Torremolinos.


Tourist mugged A MAN has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison for mugging at knifepoint an Italian tourist at the Gibralfaro fortress in Malaga.

Animal demo SOME 200 people protested against animal abuse in the centre of Malaga. Demonstrations in other major Spanish cities were held at the same time.

Chair theft TWO people have been fined for stealing a wheelchair from a hospital in Malaga and threatening security guards.

Repair record MALAGA City Hall has carried out 471 repairs to homes of the elderly since last May, through the Home Aid Service.

Hybrid buses MALAGA Transport Company now has 15 new hybrid buses which will help to keep down CO2 emissions.

Stadium use MAYOR of Malaga Francisco de la Torre aims to use La Rosaleda football stadium for commercial purposes and restaurants to cover costs.


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Dragons’ first visitors STAFF at Bioparc Fuengirola and their families were the first to visit the new facilities at the zoo and meet its new inhabitants, including the Komodo dragons. The most dangerous lizards in the world will be seen by all visitors to the park in the Indo-Pacific area from next

NEW RESIDENT: Komodo dragon. month. At the moment the giant lizards are acclimatising to their new surroundings. There are 15 new species in the area, most of them reptiles and mostly endangered species. They will also include giant Galapagos turtles which can live for more than 150 years.

Pensioner asks to be put away for beating his wife A MAN, 78, arrived at Alhaurin de la Torre Prison asking to be locked up, claiming that he had attacked his wife, 74. The elderly couple live on the outskirts of Malaga and were

reportedly having breakfast, when he attacked her. He then went straight to the prison and claimed to have hit his wife with an iron bar. The Guardia Civil were alerted

although the National Police eventually took over the investigation and arrested the man. Meanwhile, his wife was treated at the regional hospital in Malaga but was not seriously injured.


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Stories making headlines in Europe

BRITISH PRESS Giraffe killed

Unfit officers

Cooking attraction

DENMARK - DESPITE protests and rescue offers, workers at Copenhagen Zoo killed a healthy giraffe then fed chunks of its corpse to the zoo’s lions, while visitors looked on.

HUNDREDS of police officers have failed compulsory fitness tests figures show. Two-thirds of those who did not pass were women.

A COOKERY club run by top chefs will be a feature on a new 141,000-tonne British P&O cruise liner which will sail on its maiden voyage from Southampton in March next year.

No Olympics NORWAY - Almost 82 per cent of Norwegians do not want Oslo to host the Winter Olympics in 2022, a poll by market research group InFact has revealed.

Bone note SWEDEN - A researcher at the University of Oslo has discovered a coded rune message written on a piece of bone in Sweden by Vikings 900 years ago says ‘kiss me.’

Corruption view TWO fifths of the public believe corruption is a problem within the police, according to a survey of 2,000 people, conducted by OnePoll.

Commuter woes PEOPLE who have to travel to get to work are less happy and have higher anxiety than noncommuters, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.

Mural found SWEDEN - Construction workers discovered an 18th century mural on the wall of what is to be a new toilet for disabled people at a vicarage in east Sweden.

Joy ride NORWAY - A 10-yearold Norwegian boy took his 18-month-old sister for a ride in the family car, ending up in a ditch where they were found by a snowplough driver.

Special 100th DENMARK - Midsomer Murders celebrated its 100th episode in Copenhagen with an episode starring Birgitte Hjort Sørensen and Ann Eleonora Jorgensen.

THE Foreign Office accused Argentina of ‘unacceptable harassment’ after a Cunard cruise liner was ordered to take down its British flag when docked in Buenos Aires.

Poor workers UNIVERSITIES are producing social workers who are ‘inadequately prepared,’ the government’s advisor on children’s social care has said in a highly critical report.

Legal highs THERE has been a rise in the number of deaths in the UK linked to so-called ‘legal highs,’ with psychoactive substances, amounting to 68 in 2012.

Explosive fish NORWAY - A herring expert was called to help ‘disarm’ a 25-year-old can of the Swedish delicacy that managed to literally raise the roof of a cabin in northern Norway.

Argentine bullies

TIRING TRAVEL: People who travel to work are less happy and more anxious.

RUSSIAN PRESS Photo controversy

Members disowned

TWO skiers from Mexico and Lebanon taking part in the Sochi Olympics are embroiled in a controversy over topless photos that one took of the other.

MEMBERS of punk rock group Pussy Riot have insisted that the two members jailed for singing a protest song in a Moscow cathedral and later released not be billed as members.

Less homework

Citrus export

PRESIDENT Vladimir Putin’s party urged school teachers to cut back on homework so children could spend more time watching the Winter Olympics.

ACCORDING to the Association of Citrus Exporters (ASPAM), Morocco plans to triple exports to Russia between now and 2018.

Stronger ties RUSSIA and Egypt agreed to bolster their defence ties as Egypt’s military chief visited Moscow on his first trip abroad since ousting the country’s Islamist president.

Photo show PHOTOS of early 20th-century London will be shown in Moscow for the first time, including some from the Cold War years when visiting London was banned for most Russians.

Missing squirrels EXTRA police will patrol parks in Moscow and hand out fines as large numbers of squirrels have gone missing to become household pets. GONE AWOL: To live as pets.


GERMAN PRESS Unsuitable food A POLAR bear at Stuttgart Zoo died after eating a visitor’s coat and bag. Anton the bear is the latest in a string of animals to die after eating things thrown into their enclosures.

Elderly care GERMANS are liable for their parents’ care in old age even if they have not been in contact for decades, one of the country’s top courts has ruled.

Taxman’s prize A PUNK rocker who won tens of thousands of euros on a German television quiz show says most of the money will have to go to the tax man.

Spray mistake A GERMAN woman who mistook her pepper spray for deodorant and used it in a nightclub toilet, injuring two women and forcing the club to evacuate, could face charges.

All gone THIEVES stole all four wheels off Borussia Dortmund’s star striker Robert Lewandowski’s Porsche, which was also damaged.

Cocaine party A 76-YEAR-OLD woman who decided to celebrate her birthday with a freefor-all cocaine bash in her Berlin bar was arrested.

Low-cost flying FREQUENT fliers will be happy to see plane ticket prices plummet this year and more options open up, as the budget airline industry gathers pace in Germany with new routes.


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Sexual violence MORE than 7 per cent of women over the age of 15 worldwide have been victims of sexual violence from someone other than their partners, according to the World Health Organization.

€3m heist A MEMBER of the ‘Pink Panther’ gang, responsible for stealing more than €3 million worth of jewellery in Dubai in 2007, has been arrested in Madrid.

Traffic law THE new Traffic Law in Spain will include an exam for people who have lost points from their driving licences. They will have to take a ‘reeducation’ course.


Online campaign to defend Cordoba monument name THOUSANDS of online signatures have been collected to defend the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba from what some see as an attempt by the bishopric to take over the monument.

Cordoba Bishopric wants only the term ‘cathedral’ to be used to refer to the monument. However, the group, which has been set up to fight the plans for one of the

China on the Rock

‘CHINA DAY’ started the Third Edition of the Gibraltar World Music Festival with the theme ‘Chindia’. The first workshop was an introduction to the discipline of Tai Ji Quan. Then an artist from Hong Kong gave an Origami and Chinese calligraphy demonstration, before Professor Antxon Alvarez provided a practical introduction to intercultural aspects between Europe and China. More activities will celebrate China and India in the coming months, with masters of ancient instruments in June.

world’s best-known buildings, argues that it is known as the Mosque-Cathedral, which is the designation used by UNESCO when it was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984. This name for it was also agreed at a council meeting representing the citizens of Cordoba, as it defines its unique essence and architectural qualities. The defence group reportedly has the backing of personalities from the world of Andalucian culture and society. ON OFFER: Traditional Chinese dishes.

‘Moriscos’ want Spanish citizenship THE descendants of ‘moriscos’ expelled from Spain in the 17th century are now demanding Spanish citizenship on the same grounds as Sephardic Jews. This month, 522 years after their ancestors were expelled from

Spain by the Catholic Monarchs, the Ministry of Justice announced that descendants of Sephardic Jews who can prove their ancestry will be granted Spanish citizenship. Therefore the descendants of

‘moriscos’, Muslims who decided to convert to Christianity rather than leave Spain in the 1500s following the recovery of the territory by the Catholic Monarchs but eventually expelled from Spain in the 1600s, want the same

treatment. They did not conserve the Spanish language, but their way of life is recognisably similar to Spain’s. Many fled to Morocco and their descendants who remain there are known as ‘andalusies’.


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Driver trapped A MOTORIST was trapped in his car after he was in a collision with another vehicle on the Manacor-Porto Cristo road. Mallorca firefighters helped rescue the victim, who sustained minor injuries.

News from our editions With six editions and read by more than half a million people, EWN is Spain’s largest free local English-language newspaper


Co-ordinator resigns THE co-ordinator of the Nerja Citizens Attention office, Charo Garcia, has tendered her resignation after she was allegedly put under pressure to quit by Mayor Jose Alberto Armijo.

Techno dealer

Traffic fines

A MAN has been charged with a crime against public health for reportedly selling drugs at techno parties in Palma. He threw 23 doses of MDMA (Ecstasy) out of his car window when he was arrested by National Police.

RINCON de la Victoria Local Police imposed 2,281 traffic-related fines in 2013, according to Mayor Francisco Salado. Most of them were for parking and speeding offences.

Town promotion

Restaurant blaze MALLORCA firefighters closed off a restaurant in Andratx after a fire destroyed its storeroom. Firefighters believe the blaze could have affected the building’s structure.

Manly problems MORE than 60,000 Balearic men aged between 25 and 70 have some sort of erectile problems, the Spanish Association of Sexual Medicine (ASESA) has revealed.

Cruises up CRUISE visits to Palma will increase by 3 per cent in 2014 and by 6 per cent in 2015, according to the Balearic Ports Authority (APB).


Roof fall A MAN in his 40s was knocked unconscious after falling from a roof during an accident at work in the industrial area of Fortuna, Murcia.

Drink driving A DRUNK driver was arrested for driving whilst under the influence of alcohol and reckless driving after travelling for six kilometres the wrong way along the RM19 in San Javier.

TOURISM: Oil prospecting would damage this sector.

Opposition grows to oil exploration plans THERE is growing opposition in Javea towards oil prospecting in the Mediterranean Sea. Spokespersons from all political parties - the PSPV socialists, Xabia Democratica, Partido Popular, Ciudadanos por Javea and Compromis attended a meeting called by the mayor, Jose Chulvi. They are presenting a united front to convey their worries to the central government.

A draft statement has now been prepared and is expected to be approved at an extraordinary council meeting being held today (Thursday). It will set out the worries of the local tourist and fishing industries which are anxious to learn what the oil prospecting company Cairn Energy has in store for them. Oil prospecting would adversely affect fish catches, potentially

Back to nature


SIXTY volunteers took part in an environmental project which involved planting 250 shrubs and aquatic plants along the banks of the Vinalopo River in Elche.

RESIDENTS of the Los Chopos urbanisation in San Vicente have complained that their electricity meters catch fire and household appliances break down. The Iberdrola transformer is unable to cope with demand, they said.


AP-7 rescue

Drugs raid

Nasty surprise

TWO men and a woman have been arrested for selling cocaine from a bar in Molina de Segura, Murcia. Police seized 55 grammes of cocaine, 30 grammes of marihuana and nine LSD tablets.

EL RODAT hotel in Javea was fined for closing without advising employees. Originally on open-ended contracts, they found the hotel closed and learnt they had been switched to permanent seasonal contracts.

Market revival A REFRIGERATION company is to take over the old fish market at Alicante harbour, seven years after it closed down. The facility only operated between late 2005 and spring 2006.

damaging a sector important to the area’s economy as well as the catering industry. This in turn would put even more people out of work. Members of the Marina Alta’s hotel and tourism association Aehtma are also uneasy and want the regional government’s Cabinet to reject “this threat to our way of life and our legacy to coming generations.”

No return ORANGE growers in Gandia and La Safor are not covering outgoings, they said. Navels are paid at 30 cents a kilo, which is 40 per cent below cost price.

TWO off-duty National Police officers investigating a parked car on the AP-7 motorway found the driver had suffered a heart attack. They contacted an ambulance which transferred him to San Juan Hospital.

Unfit parents A LATIN AMERICAN couple, both drunk, were arrested in Alcoy after their threeyear-old daughter was found wandering the streets, barefoot and in pyjamas. The child was placed with a relative pending a Social Services’ enquiry.

ALMUÑECAR Town Hall has reached an agreement to advertise Almuñecar and La Herradura as holiday destinations on holiday website Muchoviaje.

Lotto winner A MOTRIL resident won a monthly salary of €2,000 for 10 years in the ONCE lottery draw held last weekend.

Hawker denounced NERJA Local Police have lodged a complaint against a hawker for reportedly selling potatoes in Calle Pintada. The man was using a megaphone to attract sales.


Maiden flight THE first flight between Almeria and Madrid operated by Air Europa took off on Monday.

Cleaner Mojacar MOJACAR is to get 70 new rubbish containers for its beaches, 40 will be for organic matter, 15 for plastic and 15 for paper and cardboard.

Busy bodies THE Institute of Legal Medicine (IML) in Almeria issued 10,828 reports, performed 257 post-mortem examinations and 7,786 forensic evaluations during 2013, according to the annual report made by the Ministry of Justice and the Interior.

Howdy! TABERNAS is to hold a Cowboys and Indians Themed Carnival over the weekend of February 28 to March 2.

Beach tidy-up TEACHERS, parents and pupils from El Alquian Institute are due to spend today (Thursday) cleaning up Perdigal Beach in Almeria.


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Book lunch with Age Concern THERE is still time to reserve a place at the next Age Concern lunch on March 5 at the Garden Beach Restaurant (near the Kempinski Hotel) in Estepona, starting at 2pm. The cost is €12 for volunteers and Friends of Age Concern and €13 for other guests. To reserve contact 951 318 234 or email Payment is required by Tuesday. Donations of clothes and bric-a-brac are needed for the shop in Calle

Zaragoza, Estepona, open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 1.30pm. Collection can be arranged on 608 587 538. Volunteers are needed to work in the community with older people and/or to assist in the shop. Volunteers willing to take people who have no access to transport to appointments and other matters are most needed. Expenses are paid. If you have a few hours to spare each week, contact Eileen on 608 458 555. For older people who require help or advice, Age Concern operates a telephone service called several thousand metres Lifeline on 650 163 928. near Sevilla and raised Age Concern is not an €1,300 for the charity. emergency service. ADANA President Maria Cawsey praised Vicki’s There is also an effort and said she hoped email it would inspire more acesteponaymanilva@ people to come up with ageconcernunusual ways of and fundraising to help the website charity.

The sky’s the limit VICKI ROWE, a teaching assistant at Mayfair Academy, San Pedro de Alcantara, undertook a sponsored parachute jump to help Esteponabased dog charity ADANA. In spite of the poor weather conditions, Vicki made her jump from

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business & legal

BY 2015 Spain’s food additives sector will have grown by 5 per cent. Despite the economic crisis, exports will help to boost turnover to €470 million, market consultants have predicted.

Train is gaining passengers

per cent. The economic crisis is partly responsible and higher taxes at some Spanish airports, but the AVE has taken the heaviest toll on domestic flights. After the high-speed train lost 485,000 passengers in 2012, the Ministry of Public Works lowered fares. That decision paid off and the AVE moved 25.4 million people in 2013, an increase of 13.5 per cent.

Wage freeze for millions SPAIN’S biggest companies froze salaries for 4.35 million employees last year. Spain’s Minister of Labour Fatima Bañez read these figures without pessimism. “After a long period of intense salary increases, the Spanish economy is carrying out vital adjustments to correct significant imbalances,” Bañez said. She refuted suggestions that this was deliberate on the government’s part. “Nobody could claim that Spain has a model of low salaries,” the minister added. “That strategy is doomed to failure.” Official statistics relating to salaries are not particularly revealing and the government does little to clarify them, analysts claim.

The Hacienda (tax office) figures are reliable but there are 12 million wage-earners and they reveal only the earnings of the 4.35 million workers employed by companies whose turnover exceeds €6 million a year. These also slashed 163,000 jobs last year. Hacienda pointed out that there was a general strike in 2012 on November 15 and civil servants lost their Christmas bonus that year. These factors combined to make 2013 look better than it was with a 0.6 salary increase in the last quarter. Otherwise last year’s freeze would instead have meant a fall in earnings for those 4.35 million workers.


usiness extra

Gates buys again MICROSOFT founder Bill Gates has acquired between 2 and 3 per cent of the Spanish security company Prosegur. This is Gates’s second Spanish acquisition, following his 6 per cent stake in FCC bought last October.

Day off STATE employees will receive an extra day’s holiday in 2014. This will compensate for the two national holidays – November 1 and December 6 – which both fall on a Saturday.

Broadband competition LAST year Jazztel gained more broadband clients than Telefonica, the first operator ever to achieve this. But it remained way behind the Spanish giants in total numbers of customers. In 2013 Telefonica (Movistar) acquired 237,326 more broadband clients, reaching 5.61 million homes. Jazztel added a further

263,114 new lines and now provides 855,109 broadband connections. Vodafone’s pursuit of the Spanish operator Ono was prompted by Telefonica’s dominance. The UK group commands only 7.6 per cent of the ADSL market and sees the cable operator as an opportunity to enter the market with a firm tread.



AVE flies high SPAIN’s AVE high-speed train is making inroads into domestic air travel. Last year was the worst for internal flights since late 2001 when the 9-11 terrorist attack on New York’s Twin Towers temporarily deterred all air travel. Fewer than 28.7 million passengers flew national routes last year, 4.7 million below 2012’s figures and a year-on-year fall of 14


FULL SPEED AHEAD: AVE having an effect on domestic air travel.




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PRICE CHANGE %CHANGE VOLUME 132.12 89.00 33.15 130.16 96.55 113.48 22.56 64.50 94.11 25.74 163.72 77.93 24.76 183.69 92.76 58.15 95.78 55.44 37.62 75.07 31.94 79.40 38.93 84.02 113.87 73.52 46.51 226.00 75.79 79.23

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C O M PA N Y PRICE(P) CHANGE Centrica PLC 318.10 -0.10 Coca-Cola HBC AG 1542.00 -10.00 Compass Group PLC 919.50 6.00 CRH PLC 1631.00 7.00 Diageo PLC 1852.50 14.00 easyJet PLC 1722.50 8.00 Experian PLC 1071.50 3.00 Fresnillo PLC 978.50 7.60 G4S PLC 232.30 0.70 GKN PLC 414.45 2.48 GlaxoSmithKline PLC 1672.50 8.00 Glencore Xstrata PLC 340.47 2.38 Hammerson PLC 547.50 3.50 Hargreaves Lansdown 1344.00 4.50 HSBC Holdings PLC 639.10 1.20 IMI PLC 1515.00 7.00 Imperial Tobacco Group 2322.00 22.00 InterContinental Hotels 2014.00 12.00 International Conslidtd ... 448.20 2.00 Intertek Group PLC 2943.50 14.00 ITV PLC 207.35 1.10 Johnson Matthey PLC 3305.00 0.00 Kingfisher PLC 382.90 1.35 Land Securities Group 1050.00 6.00 Legal & General Group 240.10 1.12 Lloyds Banking Group 80.78 0.35 London Stock Exchange 1957.00 17.00 Marks & Spencer Group 493.25 3.20 Meggitt PLC 522.50 4.00 Melrose Industries PLC 314.90 3.64 Mondi PLC 1033.50 5.00 National Grid PLC 814.50 1.58 Next PLC 6432.50 40.00 Old Mutual PLC 182.90 1.00 Pearson PLC 1118.00 0.00 Persimmon PLC 1395.00 10.00 Petrofac Ltd 1323.00 6.84 Prudential PLC 1324.50 11.95 Randgold Resources Ltd 4853.50 79.00 Reckitt Benckiser Group 5002.50 83.00 Reed Elsevier PLC 910.25 1.00 Resolution Ltd 369.80 0.00 REXAM PLC 523.00 4.00 Rio Tinto PLC 3509.50 -7.00 Rolls-Royce Holdings 1025.50 0.00 Royal Bank of Scotland 345.15 2.60 Royal Dutch Shell PLC 2285.25 5.00 Royal Mail PLC 596.50 1.75 RSA Insurance Group 97.98 2.20 SABMiller PLC 2777.50 10.50 Sage Group (The) PLC 416.50 0.20 Sainsbury (J) PLC 344.80 -0.37 Schroders PLC 2583.00 12.00 Severn Trent PLC 1777.50 4.00 Shire PLC 3229.00 10.35 Smith & Nephew PLC 944.75 4.00 Smiths Group PLC 1380.50 2.00 Sports Direct Intrntnl 719.75 1.00 SSE PLC 1381.50 -8.00 Standard Chartered PLC 1288.75 -2.50 Standard Life PLC 386.55 -0.04 Tate & Lyle PLC 659.75 2.32 Tesco PLC 325.30 0.57 Travis Perkins PLC 1889.50 7.00 TUI Travel PLC 441.40 1.80 Tullow Oil PLC 776.75 8.50 Unilever PLC 2369.00 21.00 United Utilities Group 756.00 3.31 Vodafone Group PLC 220.03 1.60 Weir Group PLC 2280.00 46.00 Whitbread PLC 4107.00 30.00 William Hill PLC 346.20 -0.81 Wm Morrison Sprmrkts 235.20 1.40 Wolseley PLC 3336.50 14.10 WPP PLC 1352.50 6.00

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Loans alliance for Santander/Citroen BANCO SANTANDER was yesterday (Wednesday) due to officially announce a loans alliance with PSA Peugeot Citroen. The Madrid-based bank is expected to enter 50-50 joint ventures with Banque PSA Finance, Peugeot’s financing

branch, sources told news agency Reuters. It would also acquire a portfolio of loans from the carmaker’s financing arm. Consecutive rating downgrades driven by a drop in car sales in Europe forced the French Government to

intervene, guaranteeing €7 billion of Banque PSA Finance borrowing. This was part of a rescue totalling €18.5 billion. The operation would solve Peugeot’s capital and cash flow problems, and would eventually replace the French state

PEUGEOT: Santander is to finance the car-maker’s financing branch.

guarantees. The new agreement is set to be announced alongside a

Spanish university graduates facing problems in the labour market SPANISH university graduates are having problems finding their place in the labour market. Almost 40 per cent of them hold a post for which they are overqualified, a report by the Ministry of Education has revealed. Of the students graduated in 2012, 22.8 per cent of them have a job that requires a lesser qualification, whereas the job of 16.8 per cent of them requires no qualification. This situation is more seen with graduates in Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities.

The report on the Spanish university system also reveals that graduates don’t have the type of contract expected for their qualification; 26.1 per cent of them have a full-time temporary contract, while 9.6 per cent have a part-time temporary contract. Just 8.4 per cent of Spanish university graduates have an indefinite contract, but only part-time. Unemployment rates among graduate students in Spain also show discouraging results. In 2011, 9.7 per cent of unemployed men

in Spain aged between 25 and 64 held a university degree. Among women this figure went up to 11 per cent. This clearly contrasts with the average unemployment rate of graduates within the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), which was of 4.2 and 5 per cent respectively. But figures are even worse for younger people, with 16.2 per cent of graduates aged between 25 and 32 being unemployed, more than double in the OECD (6.8 per cent).

recapitalisation deal with Chinese car-maker Dongfeng. Chinese press reported that the state-owned manufacturer is about to close an operation to buy 14 per cent of Peugeot’s capital. This would make Dongfeng one of the three main shareholders of the French group. Later in January, Dongfeng and Peugeot reached an outline deal to increase its capital by €3 billion. PSA Peugeot has a loan portfolio of €22 billion in 23 markets, of which €11.64 billion come from Western Europe and €8.38 billion from France. In the first quarter of 2013, it loaned nearly 376,000 vehicles, yielding €151 million in profits, 25 per cent less than in the same period the previous year.

Spain 49th in 2014 Index of Economic Freedom SPAIN is the 49th freest economy in the world, the 2014 Index of Economic Freedom published by The Wall Street Journal and The Heritage Foundation says. This concept, defined by the report as the fundamental right of every human to control his or her own labour and property, is measured based on 10 quantitative and qualitative factors. Spain’s economic freedom score is of 67.2 points, 0.8 points lower than last year when it ranked 46th. This is mainly due to declines in the management of government spending, business freedom, and labour freedom. These elements, the annual index points out, have outweighed small improvements in trade freedom and freedom from corruption. Within the European Union, Spain ranks 22nd, behind Switzerland (first), Ireland (second) and the United Kingdom (fifth).

WORLD ECONOMY: Spain’s economic freedom scored 67.2 points. It is, however, placed in a better position than bigger economic powers like France (33rd), or Italy (35th). Europe’s score is still above world averages, but the index editors point out that it “has been undergoing tumultuous and uncertain times,” such as the sovereign debt crisis affecting the Eurozone. “Europe’s overall economic freedom rating remains undermined by weak scores in the management of public

spending, reflecting the cost of expanding government services and transfer payments that plainly hinder both productivity growth and dynamic job creation,” the editors wrote. In the 20 years this index has been published, the economic freedom score of Spain has improved by 4.4 points. The greatest achievements have been accomplished in the areas of market openness

and freedom from corruption, the report indicates. On a more negative note, the index points out that Spain continues to score below the world average in fiscal freedom, government spending and labour freedom. According to James Roberts, the index shows “that when economic freedom increases, global economy grows and poverty decreases.” Roberts, a researcher at The Heritage Foundation, made this claim during the launch of the index in Spain organised by think-tank FAES. “Countries with higher levels of economic freedom substantially outperform others in aspects such as economic growth, per-capita incomes, health care, education, protection of the environment, reduction of poverty and general welfare,” he explained. Roberts was joined by the Secretary of State for Trade, Jaime Garcia-Legaz, who

recognised Spain’s economy has relatively worsened. In that sense, Garcia-Legaz pointed out that the Spanish regions should take additional measures to control the public expenditure. “Spain needs to make an additional effort in budgetary consolidation and public expenditure reduction but, mainly because of the current distribution and the level of expenditure, it is the Autonomous Communities which have a longer way ahead than the State Administration or local administrative bodies,” he stated. Finally, Garcia-Legaz mentioned the two-year time lag that comes together with the methodology of the index. This means the 2014 edition analyses data up to June 2012, and that further measures taken by the Spanish Government to improve the economy will be shown in the index from next year.


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Saving for a sunny day


Debt down

SPANISH professional footdangerous to our ball clubs reduced their finances. They instil in us debt with the Tax Agency a carefree attitude to life by 20.8 per cent between A look at finance (and spending). “Another January 1, 2012 and May for females glass of wine?” - “Sure 31, 2013. This is €156.8 Jane why not, it’s such a million in 17 months. beautiful day after all!” Plunkett Compared to being rained on, walking around the shops is a joy too INCOME by fines, sanctions when the sun is shining and late fees has increased N light of the and people are chirpy and by 20 per cent since 2011, torrential snow, rain happy. The temptation to according and storms across to figures leave the house, get released by the Spanish Spain the past few weeks, outside and ultimately go Finance Ministry. the common saying ‘save shopping is much for a rainy day’ came to stronger on a nice day, mind and I couldn’t help than when the wind is but think that in this blowing sideways. And, CRUZCAMPO will be the country it should be the as opposed to a wet day new official beer in Restalia opposite. ‘Save for a when it’s necessary Group restaurants (100 sunny day.’ to look down at Montaditos, La Sureña and Having experienced It’s on the ground as TGB) in a move that has gale force winds, lashing we walk, on a been linked to the rain and bitter cold over CHEERS: Another glass of wine on a beautiful sunny day. sunny sunny day it’s international expansion of the past weekend it was days that much easier the at home, relaxing, this country, slightly disappointing at the entire weekend. company. The to get Heineken-owned brand has first to have to cancel The fact that I was reading, eating and most where the we spend distracted by 23.3 per cent of the plans, but by Sunday trapped indoors for fear importantly not streets come more all the pretty draught beer market share. evening I was delighted of being swept away by spending money. to life and shop windows It’s the sunny days we beckon us to go sit to notice that I had spent my umbrella resulted in a grand total of €12 over enjoying a cosy weekend have to watch out for in outdoors sipping coffee or selling the latest fashions. So I beg to change the drinking wine. A sunny Saturday and Sunday age-old expression and CUTBACKS have allowed Spanish the 17 Spanish regions to afternoon is not complete encourage around where I live residents to ‘save for a save an estimated €4.04 billion between 2011 and unless it is spent with sunny day.’ And considering there is 2013, sources of the friends and family having Q. In a recent copy of the Euro Weekly Ministry a long lunch out on a a heck-load of sunny days Finance News I found your article about the announced. This is 15.9 in this country, it’d be sunny terrace. You and the municipal vehicle tax being charged It’s the warm rays of best to get saving straight per cent more than Law in Spain on a car that was sold years ago but predicted last year. sunshine that are away! By David Searl never had the registration changed. We have a similar problem. We still pay tax to the Ayuntamiento in Salobreña on a car we sold years ago. The car was registered in Spain but was sold in Belgium and is now registered in Belgium. The new owner of the car (who is resident in Belgium) sent me the documents as proof. From that previous article, I understand that there is a document available somewhere which can solve the problem with the Ayuntamiento THE Ministry for Industry, Tourism and Sources at the ministry led by Jose and with the Trafico. Do you know where I can Trade has presented a new system for Manuel Soria said the overall savings with find that document? Can it be downloaded from calculating the price of electricity in the new system would be of more than the Internet? Spanish households from April. €200 million. I am now in Belgium. I will not go to Spain The new mechanism will set the This means an average 3 per cent until May and even then I will not be able to go variable part of the electricity bill, which reduction in consumer’s bills, and would to ‘the Trafico’ in Granada. accounts for 45 per cent of the total, in have an effect on some 16 million users. E.A. (Belgium) accordance with the average price on the The ministry will also give electricity wholesale market. suppliers the possibility to offer an annual A. Yes, there is a form on which have been sent out The remaining 55 per cent will remain electricity fee. This pricing system, especially aimed which you can declare the to owners of older a fixed rate. vehicle is no longer in your vehicles. However, it will Users with counters that calculate at small and medium sized companies, possession. As of a week not ‘solve your problems’ presentation of docuelectricity usage per hour, also known as will offer a stable but higher price. The new proposals put an end to the ago, this form can be by itself. I recommend you ments for you while you ‘intelligent’ counters, will pay depending auctions that set the price of electricity, downloaded from Trafico find a good gestoria near are in Belgium. on the market price every hour. website,, at Salobreña or in Granada They should not charge These counters, which are available for and will reduce by 10 per cent the cost of ‘Cartas’ referring to letters which can handle the a very high fee. an average €43 plus €10 installation, can energy. The older system generated an be found in seven million Spanish extra cost in energy of €1.16 billion Send your questions for David Searl through lawyers Ubeda-Retana & Associates in Fuengirola at between 2010 and 2013. households., or call 952 667 090.

Loose change

More income


New beer

Big save

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New electricity pricing system to come in April


Radiotherapy needs to be nearer home I HAVE recently finished radiotherapy at the Hospital Clinic Benidorm, referred there by the Denia Hospital. Firstly I found everyone at both hospitals very friendly and caring and wish to thank them. My only problem was I found the travelling from Javea to Benidorm every day quite tiring, also quite expensive even using my own car, but finding someone to drive me. I talked to another patient who travelled from Pego every day. I wondered why Denia Hospital did not have this facility considering the number of people being treated for various cancer problems. I realise it is probably a question of funding such a machine and wondered if it were possible for some of the charities and associations to channel some of the money raised to fund such a project. I was lucky that my treatment did not run into many weeks but some of the people I spoke to were having to go for up to 27 weeks. Please could this be considered bearing in mind the number of people of all nationalities who require treatment. Patricia, Javea (Alicante)




aware that they are in the area again. Jill Tayler, Salares, (Malaga)


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Thanks Ric! I WOULD like to say a big thank you to your columnist in Almeria, Ric Polansky, for his article in edition 1492 regarding the almond blossom trail. We did the trip today (from our base at Cabo de Gata) and thoroughly enjoyed it. We will go back in a couple of weeks’ time to see if there is more blossom at the higher levels. We wouldn’t have known about this route had it not been for you. Rowan and Bernard Lee, Cabo de Gata, (Almeria) TAKEN FROM MY WINDOW IN LOS ALMACHARES, NERJA.

I have complained to the council about the constant sobbing, howling and screeching that is ubiquitous and uncivilised. I haven’t even had the courtesy of a reply and the girl I spoke to said ‘they are just dogs!’ Beverley Saunders, Alhaurin el Grande (Malaga)

Total sympathy Party town I AM in total sympathy with Dave from Turre’s remarks regarding cruel dog owners. (Issue 1492). We own two rescue dogs, and in the three-and-a-half years we have lived here I have also rescued eight puppies that were left out in the sun to die and were involved in the rescue of an adult dog. I have tried talking with Spanish dog owners. “It doesn’t matter” was the man’s reply when I asked why a dog in very poor condition was always on a leash, in all weather. Another looked at me blankly when I suggested that it was unacceptable for her dog to have been barking all night.

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I WAS angered by the letter from Ms Morrison regarding noise levels (Issue 1492). Benidorm is a holiday resort, people spend hard-earned money to holiday here and have not come here to behave as if they were sat at home in the UK. In 1950 Benidorm was a fishing village, and has grown into a business which generates a lot of wealth. Brits who decide to move to Spain, I’m presuming Jane Morrison is one, and make a home in the epicentre of a holiday resort should have more sense. All the Spanish that I have met who make a living

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with their businesses in the resort live out in the hills. I would suggest Jane Morrison move to a more suitable location. Failing that, she should speak with the owner of her apartment block and suggest that he not be so greedy as to rent out an apartment in a residential block to holidaymakers to make a fast buck. Benidorm has gained a particular kind of market which locals and expats should be a bit more grateful for. With flights, apartments and newer trends beginning to grow in other European resorts, groups

Tommi Tinkerboy (By e-mail) may well start to holiday elsewhere. Enjoy the partying while it lasts, the quietness can be so much worse. Mark (by e-mail)

Be careful WE live just outside Salares (not far from Competa) and we think we might have been visited by bogus gas men. We had three phone calls from ‘a gas company’ saying they were coming to inspect our installation. We were suspicious but let them in and when they started to tell us what was wrong we pointed out that we had a legal revision and if there was a problem we would use our own plumber, who had been in the house only a few days earlier and replaced one of the pipes they said was illegal. They left but not before I had taken a photo of their very old van which was painted in orange and white but had no lettering. People need to be

Barbaric practice IT was good to see your article on the subject of Female Genital Mutilation. It is a practice which has always horrified me and it is good to see that the Spanish authorities are making an effort to try to rule it out amongst families from countries where it is common practice. It may be traditional, but it is also barbaric, and women need to know the threats to which they are exposing their daughters. A good education for both boys and girls, in most cases, would be much more effective in making sure young women remain ‘pure’ until marriage, if this is what their culture ordains. Most importantly, teach men to control their sexual urges and respect the women and girls. I have ordered one of the bracelets you mentioned from and if the money is just one step closer to preventing a girl from being mutilated, it will have been worth it. I will look into doing more in this cause. Amanda Yates, Benalmadena (Malaga)

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Under the Tuscan Sun (Film, 2003) American divorcee Frances falls in love with Tuscany and finds a new lease of life while restoring a rundown villa. With hunky Marcello, her Italian dream may have come true. But life's not that easy. Romantic drama.

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Meet the Fockers (Film, 2004) BBC 3 from 10:00pm to 11:55pm Sequel to hit comedy Meet the Parents. Greg and Pam decide that it is time for both sets of parents to meet. Things get off to a good start, but Greg's uptight future in-laws soon clash with his free-spirited parents.


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3:30pm The Simpsons 4:00pm The Simpsons 4:30pm Futurama 5:00pm Futurama 5:30pm The Simpsons 6:00pm The Simpsons 6:30pm Modern Family 7:00pm Modern Family 7:30pm The Simpsons 8:00pm The Simpsons 8:30pm The Simpsons 9:00pm Modern Family 9:30pm Modern Family 10:00pm Stella

11:00pm Duck Quacks Don't Echo 12:00am Moone Boy 12:30am A League of Their Own 1:30am A League of Their Own 2:25am An Idiot Abroad

SkyMoviesComedy/ 7:15am Runaway Bride 9:20am The Sitter 10:45am Happy Gilmore 12:20pm American Reunion 2:15pm American Reunion


J. Edgar (Film, 2011)

• Leonardo Di Caprio • Josh Hamilton

In the 1920s, the United States of America was a lawless place. The Bureau of Investigation - later to become the FBI - was still in its infancy and incapable of calling Tommy gun-wielding gangsters to heel. Then came J Edgar Hoover (Leonardo DiCaprio). Over almost half a century he revolutionised the US crime-fighting agency, cracking down on famous hoodlums.

3:55pm American Pie 2 5:45pm Wanderlust 7:25pm Happy Gilmore 9:00pm American Reunion 11:00pm American Reunion 12:40am American Pie 2

SkyMoviesAction/ 7:00am Hellboy 9:15am Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold 10:55am The Scorpion King 12:35pm The Mummy Returns 2:50pm Anaconda

4:25pm Anaconda 2: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid 6:05pm The Scorpion King 7:45pm The Mummy Returns 10:00pm Anaconda 11:35pm xXx 1:45am xXx2: The Next Level 3:30am Mad Max 5:10am Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold

SkyMoviesDrama/ 7:00am 'Til There Was You 9:00am The Space Between

10:40am Anna Karenina 1:00pm The Monuments Men Special 1:30pm J. Edgar 3:50pm Return 5:40pm Lola Versus 7:20pm City Slacker 9:00pm Lincoln 11:35pm The Four Feathers 1:50am The Wedding Video 3:35am Permanent Record 5:20am The Black Orchid

BBC4/ 8:00pm World News Today 8:30pm Transatlantic Sessions 9:00pm Sound of Cinema: The Music that Made the Movies 10:00pm BB King: The Life of Riley 11:35pm Blues at the BBC 12:35am Blues America 1:35am Blues America 2:40am BB King: The Life of Riley 4:15am Sounds of the 70s

BB King


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7:00am The Little Polar Bear 2: The Mysterious Island 8:15am The Magic Box 10:00am Winter Olympics 12:30pm Escape to the Country 1:00pm Flog It! 1:30pm Winter Olympics 5:00pm Winter Olympics 5:50pm Final Score 6:05pm Winter Olympics 6:35pm Final Score 7:00pm Winter Olympics 8:10pm Winter Olympics 9:00pm Top Gear 10:00pm A Culture Show Special 11:00pm QI XL 11:45pm There Will be Blood 2:15am This is BBC Two

7:00am CITV 10:25am ITV News 10:30am Dinner Date 11:30am Murder, She Wrote 12:30pm ITV News and Weather 12:40pm The Crocodile Hunter Diaries 1:10pm The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 2:05pm Casino Royale 4:35pm Midsomer Murders 6:35pm Local News and Weather 6:45pm ITV News and Weather 7:00pm The Cube 8:00pm Saturday Night Takeaway 9:20pm Take Me Out 10:50pm The Jonathan Ross Show 11:50pm ITV News and Weather 12:05am The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift 2:00am Jackpot247 4:00am In Plain Sight 4:45am ITV Nightscreen


6:05am Deal or No Deal 7:00am Superscrimpers: Waste Not, Want Not 7:10am The Hoobs 7:35am The Hoobs 8:00am Transworld Sport 9:00am The Morning Line 10:00am Everybody Loves Raymond 10:30am Frasier 11:00am Frasier 11:35am The Big Bang Theory 12:00pm The Big Bang Theory 12:30pm How I Met Your Mother 1:00pm How I Met Your Mother 1:25pm The Simpsons 2:00pm The Simpsons 2:30pm Channel 4 Racing 5:10pm Come Dine with Me 6:10pm Come Dine with Me 6:40pm Come Dine with Me 7:15pm Superstar Dogs: Countdown to Crufts 7:45pm Channel 4 News 9:00pm Walking Through History 10:00pm Hostages 10:55pm Transporter 3 12:55am Cop Land 2:45am Boss 3:45am One Minute Past Midnight 3:55am One Born Every Minute 4:55am Kirstie's Handmade Treasures 5:00am Hollyoaks Omnibus

7:00am Beauty and the Geek 7:45am Coronation Street Omnibus 10:05am Emmerdale Omnibus 1:00pm You've Been Framed! 1:30pm You've Been Framed! 2:30pm The Mighty Ducks 3:30pm FYI Daily 3:35pm The Mighty Ducks 4:40pm The Brit Awards 2014 6:55pm The Perfect Man 7:55pm FYI Daily 8:00pm The Perfect Man 9:00pm Ocean's Eleven 10:00pm FYI Daily 10:05pm Ocean's Eleven 11:20pm Celebrity Juice 12:10am Hannibal 1:10am FYI Daily 1:15am Hannibal 2:45am Utterly 3:35am You've Been Framed! 4:00am Teleshopping



SATELLITE CHANNELS/ Sky1/ 6:00am Airline USA 6:30am Airline USA 7:00am Glee 8:00am Glee 9:00am The Fantasy Football Club 10:00am Sky Sports Game Changers 11:00am Soccer A.M. 1:00pm World Wrestling 2:00pm Harrow: A Very British

School 3:00pm Sinbad 4:00pm Futurama 4:30pm Futurama 5:00pm Modern Family 5:30pm Modern Family 6:00pm Modern Family 6:30pm Modern Family 7:00pm Modern Family 7:30pm Modern Family 8:00pm The Simpsons 8:30pm The Simpsons 9:00pm A League of Their Own

10:00pm Arrow 11:00pm Volcano 1:05am The Kumars 2:05am Brit Cops: Frontline Crime

SkyMoviesComedy/ 7:45am The Monuments Men Special 8:15am Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo 9:50am Parental Guidance 11:40am The Watch

• Julia Roberts • Hugh Grant

1:30pm Groundhog Day 3:15pm The Five-Year Engagement 5:25pm Mr. Deeds 7:10pm Parental Guidance 9:00pm The Watch 10:45pm Groundhog Day 12:30am The Five-Year Engagement

SkyMoviesDrama/ 7:00am Medicine Man 8:50am The Vow

Notting Hill (Film, 1999) Released in 1999, this hugely popular romcom, produced by the team behind Four Weddings And A Funeral, won the Bafta Audience Award and an Evening Standard Peter Sellers Award for Comedy. Divorcee William Thacker (Hugh Grant) runs an unprofitable bookshop in a trendy London neighbourhood, which attracts American movie star Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) as a customer. Minutes later they collide in the street, William accidentally covering her in orange juice. He invites her to his flat to clean up, and she impulsively kisses him before leaving.

10:40am The Decoy Bride 12:20pm Empire of the Sun 3:00pm Step Up 4: Miami Heat 4:50pm Trouble with the Curve 6:50pm Notting Hill 9:00pm Life of Pi 11:10pm Walk the Line 1:30am Coach Carter

SkyMoviesAction/ 5:10am Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold 7:00am The Avengers Special

7:30am The Top Ten Show 2014 7:45am Back to the Future 9:45am Back to the Future Part II 11:45am Back to the Future Part III 1:45pm Iron Man 3 4:00pm Back to the Future 6:00pm Back to the Future Part II 8:00pm Back to the Future Part III 10:00pm Iron Man 3 12:15am Crank 1:50am Commando

BBC3/ 8:00pm Great Movie Mistakes V: Revenge of the Fifth 8:15pm Doctor Who 9:00pm Doctor Who 10:00pm Little Fockers 11:30pm Family Guy 12:14am Family Guy 12:58am Family Guy 1:42am Family Guy 2:30am Bad Education 3:00am Uncle 3:30am Live at the Electric 4:00am Live at the Electric 4:30am Russell Howard's Good News

Little Fockers (Film, 2010) BBC 3 from 10:00pm to 11:30pm The Meet The Parents franchise returns for a fun third instalment, and there's plenty more laughs as Stiller's Greg Focker once again goes head-to-head with humourless father-in-law De Niro. Greg (Ben Stiller) and Pam (Teri Polo) Focker are hosting their twins' fifth birthday party, giving their parents Jack (Robert De Niro) and Dina (Blythe Danner) and Bernie (Hoffman) and Roz (Barbara Streisand) a prime opportunity to reignite their feud. After a decade of verbally torturing Greg, however, fearsome fatherinlaw Jack seems to be warming to the hapless male nurse, and, after a health scare, is even priming Greg to take his place at the head of the family. But things soon conspire to blow up in Greg's face when Jack misconstrues an encounter between his son-in-law and flirtatious Viagra sales rep Andi (Jessica Alba), as Pam's golden boy ex Kevin (Owen Wilson) reappears on the scene.

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7:00am Bachelor Knight 8:30am Monty Don's Italian Gardens 9:30am Countryfile 10:30am Winter Olympics 3:30pm Winter Olympics 5:00pm Winter Olympics 8:00pm Hunt v Lauda: F1's Greatest Racing Rivals 9:00pm Top Gear 10:00pm Dragons' Den 11:00pm Alan Davies Apres-Ski 11:30pm Line of Duty 12:30am Of Time and the City 1:45am Silkwood 3:50am Countryfile 4:45am Holby City

7:00am CITV 10:25am Murder, She Wrote 11:20am Dickinson's Real Deal 12:20pm ITV News and Weather 12:30pm Countrywise Cutdowns 12:45pm Inside the National Trust 1:45pm Evil Under the Sun 4:00pm On Her Majesty's Secret Service 6:50pm Local News and Weather 7:00pm ITV News and Weather 7:15pm Dancing on Ice 8:45pm All Star Family Fortunes 9:30pm Dancing on Ice 10:00pm Mr Selfridge 11:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather 11:15pm It'll be Alright on the Night 12:15am Aviva Premiership Rugby Highlights 1:15am The Store 3:15am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 4:00am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA


7:10am The Hoobs 7:35am The Hoobs 8:05am Freesports on 4 8:30am Garmin Arenacross 9:00am Frasier 9:25am The Taste 10:30am Sunday Brunch 1:30pm The Big Bang Theory 2:00pm The Big Bang Theory 2:30pm How I Met Your Mother 2:55pm How I Met Your Mother 3:25pm The Simpsons 4:00pm The Simpsons 4:30pm Jamie and Jimmy's Friday Night Feast 5:30pm Deal or No Deal 6:35pm The Devil Wears Prada 8:40pm Channel 4 News 9:00pm Time Team Special 10:00pm Bridesmaids 12:25am Sex and the City 2:55am Boss 3:55am One Born Every Minute 4:55am Location, Location, Location 5:50am Supernanny US

7:00am Beauty and the Geek 7:45am Emmerdale Omnibus 10:35am Coronation Street Omnibus 1:05pm Take Me Out 2:35pm You've Been Framed! 3:05pm Kangaroo Jack 4:05pm FYI Daily 4:10pm Kangaroo Jack 4:50pm Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway 6:15pm Junior 7:15pm FYI Daily 7:20pm Junior 8:30pm Ocean's Thirteen 9:30pm FYI Daily 9:35pm Ocean's Thirteen 11:00pm The Only Way is Essex 12:00am Utterly Outrageous Reality TV Moments 2013 1:00am The Big Reunion 2:05am Mom 2:30am Dads 2:55am Ultimate You've Been Framed! 3:50am Teleshopping

BBC3/ 8:00pm Pop's Greatest Dance Crazes 8:25pm The Voice UK 10:00pm Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents 11:00pm Family Guy 11:22pm Family Guy 11:45pm Uncle 12:15am American Dad! 12:37am American Dad! 12:59am American Dad! 1:21am American Dad! 1:43am American Dad! 2:05am Ja'mie: Private School Girl 2:30am Uncle 3:00am Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents 4:00am The Truth About Webcam Girls

Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents (Documentary) BBC 3 from 10:00pm to 11:00pm Series in which teenagers take their first summer holiday abroad without their parents, who, unbeknown to the kids, secretly watch everything that unfolds.

Sally Field.


SATELLITE CHANNELS/ Sky1/ 12:00pm WWE Experience 1:00pm Sinbad 2:00pm Futurama 2:30pm Futurama 3:00pm Modern Family 3:30pm Modern Family 4:00pm Modern Family 4:30pm Modern Family 5:00pm Modern Family

5:30pm The Simpsons 6:00pm The Simpsons 6:30pm The Simpsons 7:00pm The East London Girls 7:30pm Modern Family 8:00pm Modern Family 8:30pm Duck Quacks Don't Echo 9:00pm The Simpsons 9:30pm The Simpsons

10:00pm Hawaii Five-0 11:00pm NCIS: Los Angeles 12:00am An Idiot Abroad 1:00am An Idiot Abroad

SkyMoviesComedy/ 5:55am Vice Versa 7:40am Mr Woodcock 9:15am Liar Liar 10:45am The Mask 12:30pm Fun with Dick and Jane


Lincoln (Film, 2012)

•Daniel Day-Lewis •Sally Field •David Strathairn •Joseph GordonLevitt

In 19th-century America, civil war continues to rage between the Confederate south and the federal United States. Both sides grow tired of the war, but one issue keeps federal leader Abraham Lincoln (Daniel DayLewis) from forming peace the South's insistence on the use of slavery. He's determined to force through an amendment to the constitution which would free thousands of slaves, but as more and more lives are sacrificed to the war, his proud position comes under scrutiny from all sides of the political spectrum, and his chances of creating history look slimmer with each month that passes.

2:05pm The Cable Guy 3:45pm That's My Boy 5:45pm Liar Liar 7:15pm The Mask 9:00pm Fun with Dick and Jane 10:35pm The Cable Guy 12:15am That's My Boy

SkyMoviesAction/ 5:10am Butch and Sundance: The Early Days

7:05am The Darkest Hour 8:45am The Mask of Zorro 11:10am Mission: Impossible III 1:20pm A Good Day to Die Hard 3:05pm Batman Begins 5:30pm The Mask of Zorro 7:50pm Mission: Impossible III 10:00pm A Good Day to Die Hard 11:45pm Appaloosa

SkyMoviesDrama/ 11:30am The Hours 1:30pm Under the Tuscan Sun 3:30pm The Top Ten Show 2014 3:45pm The Break-Up 5:40pm Darling Companion 7:30pm Struck by Lightning 9:00pm The Break-Up 11:00pm Lincoln 1:30am Now is Good

BBC4/ 8:00pm Francesco's Italy

9:00pm The Review Show

10:00pm Bunkers Brutalism and Bloodymindedness 11:00pm In a Better World 12:50am BB King: The Life of Riley 2:30am Blues at the BBC 3:30am Francesco's Italy


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7:00am Preview 7:05am Homes Under the Hammer 8:05am The Sheriffs are Coming 8:50am Saints and Scroungers 9:20am Helicopter Heroes 10:05am Ben and James Versus the Arabian Desert 11:05am Great British Railway Journeys 11:35am Click 12:00pm BBC News 12:30pm World News 1:00pm The Daily Politics 2:00pm Instant Restaurant 2:45pm Andrew Marr's The Making of Modern Britain 3:45pm Cagney and Lacey 4:30pm Bergerac 5:20pm Are You Being Served? 5:50pm 'Allo, 'Allo! 6:15pm Antiques Roadshow 7:00pm Revenge of the Eggheads 7:30pm Great Continental Railway Journeys 8:00pm Top Gear 9:00pm University Challenge 9:30pm Food and Drink 10:00pm Horizon 11:00pm The Culture Show 11:30pm Newsnight 12:20am Dragons' Den 1:20am Film 2014 1:50am Animal Odd Couples


6:05am The Jeremy Kyle Show 7:00am Daybreak 9:30am Lorraine 10:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 11:30am This Morning 12:25pm ITV News 12:30pm This Morning 1:30pm Loose Women 2:30pm ITV News and Weather 3:00pm Dickinson's Real Deal 4:00pm The Alan Titchmarsh Show 5:00pm Tipping Point 6:00pm The Chase 7:00pm Local News and Weather 7:30pm ITV News and Weather 8:00pm Emmerdale 8:30pm Coronation Street 9:00pm A Great Welsh Adventure with Griff Rhys Jones 9:30pm Coronation Street 10:00pm DCI Banks 11:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather 11:35pm The Agenda 12:05am The Mighty Mississippi 1:05am Jackpot247 4:00am UEFA Champions League Weekly 4:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 5:10am ITV Nightscreen


8:35am Will and Grace 9:00am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:30am Everybody Loves Raymond 10:00am Everybody Loves Raymond 10:30am Frasier 11:00am Frasier 11:35am Frasier 12:05pm The Big Bang Theory 12:35pm The Big Bang Theory 1:00pm Channel 4 News 1:05pm Four in a Bed 1:35pm Four in a Bed 2:05pm Four in a Bed 2:40pm Four in a Bed 3:10pm Four in a Bed 3:40pm Countdown 4:30pm Deal or No Deal 5:30pm Come Dine with Me 6:00pm Coach Trip 6:30pm Superstar Dogs: Countdown to Crufts 7:00pm The Simpsons 7:30pm Hollyoaks 8:00pm Channel 4 News 8:55pm Paralympic Winter Games... The Countdown 9:00pm Dispatches 9:30pm Food Unwrapped 10:00pm One Born Every Minute 11:00pm 8 Out of 10 Cats 11:50pm Troy 12:50am The 27 Inch Man: A Bodyshock Special 1:50am Random Acts


6:50am ITV2 Nightscreen 7:00am Emmerdale 7:25am Coronation Street 7:55am Coronation Street 8:25am You've Been Framed! 8:45am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 9:30am Dinner Date 10:30am The Real Housewives of Atlanta 11:30am The Real Housewives of New Jersey 12:30pm The Millionaire Matchmaker 1:30pm Emmerdale 2:00pm Coronation Street 2:30pm Coronation Street 3:00pm The Jeremy Kyle Show 4:05pm The Jeremy Kyle Show 5:10pm The Real Housewives of New Jersey 6:05pm The Millionaire Matchmaker 7:00pm Dinner Date 8:00pm You've Been Framed! 8:30pm You've Been Framed! 9:00pm Two and a Half Men 9:30pm Two and a Half Men 10:00pm Mom 10:30pm Dads 11:00pm The Job Lot 11:30pm Plebs 12:00am Fake Reaction 12:50am Two and a Half Men 1:20am Two and a Half Men 1:45am The Only Way is Essex

BBC3/ 8:00pm World's Craziest Fools 8:30pm Would I Lie to You? 9:00pm Cinderellas of the Slums: Secrets of South America 10:00pm Reggie Yates' Extreme South Africa 11:00pm Impractical Jokers 11:30pm EastEnders 12:00am Family Guy 12:22am Family Guy 12:45am American Dad! 1:07am American Dad! 1:30am Impractical Jokers 2:00am Reggie Yates' Extreme South Africa 3:00am Cinderellas of the Favella: Secrets of South America 3:55am The Crash

Would I Lie to You? (Quiz Show) BBC 3 from 8:30pm to 9:00pm Comedy panel show in which team mates must remain pokerfaced while revealing personal stories previously known only to their closest confidantes, being put through their paces in a quickfire lies round, and explaining their real or invented relationship with a mystery studio guest - all with the ultimate aim of discerning the truth from the fiction.


The Guilt Trip (Film, 2012)


SATELLITE CHANNELS/ Sky1/ 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 The Simpsons 4:30pm Futurama

5:00pm Futurama 5:30pm The Simpsons 6:00pm The Simpsons 6:30pm Modern Family 7:00pm Modern Family 7:30pm The Simpsons 8:00pm The Simpsons 8:30pm The Simpsons 9:00pm The Simpsons 9:30pm Modern Family

10:00pm Moone Boy 10:30pm The Simpsons 11:00pm Stella

SkyMoviesComedy/ 10:55am Cheaper by the Dozen 12:40pm The Guilt Trip 2:20pm The Dukes of Hazzard 4:10pm The Sitter 5:35pm 2 Days in New York

•Barbra Streisand •Seth Rogen •Zabryna Guevara •John Funk

7:15pm Cheaper by the Dozen 9:00pm The Guilt Trip 10:40pm The Dukes of Hazzard 12:30am The Sitter 1:55am The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

SkyMoviesDrama/ 5:00am Hello, Dolly! 7:25am Against the Ropes 9:20am Jersey Girl

Andy Brewster (Seth Rogen) is ready to hit the road and peddle his new cleaning invention, but a visit to widowed mum Joyce (Barbra Streisand) earns him an extra bit of baggage for the journey. She tells him about her long-lost love, who Andy discovers now lives in San Francisco. In a bid to get his mum back in the dating game after years on the sidelines, he invites her on his trip across America but, with all the bickering, molly-coddling and nagging, will Andy last the distance and get his mum to the surprise reunion of a lifetime?

11:10am Philadelphia 1:20pm Captain Corelli's Mandolin 3:35pm My Girl 5:25pm As Cool as I Am 7:00pm Runaway Bride 9:00pm We Bought a Zoo 11:10pm Cruel Intentions 1:00am The Wedding Video 2:45am Losing Isaiah

SkyMoviesAction/ 12:00pm The Top Ten Show 2014 12:20pm The Jewel of the Nile 2:10pm Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows 4:25pm Wrath of the Titans 6:10pm Dante's Peak 8:10pm The Jewel of the Nile 10:00pm Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

BBC4/ 8:00pm World News Today 8:30pm Reel History of Britain

9:00pm Amazon Abyss 10:00pm Joy of the Single 11:00pm The Life of Rock with Brian Pern 11:30pm Infested: Living with Parasites 12:30am Horizon 1:30am The Brits Who Built the Modern World 2:30am The Life of Rock with Brian Pern 3:00am Amazon Abyss 4:00am Joy of the Single


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7:00am Preview 7:05am Homes Under the Hammer 8:05am Countryside 999 8:50am Caught Red Handed 9:20am Helicopter Heroes 10:05am Great British Garden Revival 11:05am Great British Railway Journeys 11:35am HARDtalk 12:00pm BBC News 12:30pm World News 1:00pm The Daily Politics 2:00pm Instant Restaurant 2:45pm Andrew Marr's The Making of Modern Britain 3:45pm Cagney and Lacey 4:30pm Bergerac 5:20pm Are You Being Served? 5:50pm 'Allo, 'Allo! 6:15pm Antiques Roadshow 7:00pm Revenge of the Eggheads 7:30pm Great Continental Railway Journeys 8:00pm Permission Impossible 9:00pm The Great British Sewing Bee 10:00pm The Necessary War 11:00pm QI 11:30pm Newsnight 12:20am Horizon 1:20am The Super League Show 2:05am Britain's Great War

7:00am Daybreak 9:30am Lorraine 10:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 11:30am This Morning 12:25pm ITV News 12:30pm This Morning 1:30pm Loose Women 2:30pm ITV News and Weather 3:00pm Dickinson's Real Deal 4:00pm The Alan Titchmarsh Show 5:00pm Tipping Point 6:00pm The Chase 7:00pm Local News and Weather 7:30pm ITV News and Weather 8:00pm Emmerdale 8:30pm UEFA Champions League 11:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather 11:35pm UEFA Champions League 12:35am Sports Life Stories 1:30am Jackpot247 4:00am Loose Women 4:45am ITV Nightscreen


8:10am Will and Grace 8:35am Will and Grace 9:00am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:25am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:55am Everybody Loves Raymond 10:30am Frasier 11:00am Frasier 11:30am Frasier 12:00pm The Big Bang Theory 12:30pm The Big Bang Theory 1:00pm Channel 4 News 1:05pm Four in a Bed 1:35pm Four in a Bed 2:05pm Four in a Bed 2:35pm Four in a Bed 3:10pm Four in a Bed 3:40pm Countdown 4:30pm Deal or No Deal 5:30pm Come Dine with Me 6:00pm Coach Trip 6:30pm Superstar Dogs: Countdown to Crufts 7:00pm The Simpsons 7:30pm Hollyoaks 8:00pm Channel 4 News 8:55pm Paralympic Winter Games... The Countdown 9:00pm Kirstie's Best of Both Worlds 10:00pm The Taste 11:00pm Strippers 12:05am 8 Out of 10 Cats 12:50am Random Acts 12:55am Pokerstars.Com Ept Barcelona 1:55am KOTV Boxing Weekly


7:25am Coronation Street 7:55am Coronation Street 8:25am You've Been Framed! 8:45am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 9:30am Dinner Date 10:30am The Real Housewives of Atlanta 11:30am The Real Housewives of New Jersey 12:30pm The Millionaire Matchmaker 1:30pm Emmerdale 2:00pm Coronation Street 2:30pm Coronation Street 3:00pm The Jeremy Kyle Show 4:05pm The Jeremy Kyle Show 5:10pm The Real Housewives of New Jersey 6:05pm The Millionaire Matchmaker 7:00pm Dinner Date 8:00pm You've Been Framed! 8:30pm You've Been Framed! 9:00pm Two and a Half Men 9:30pm Two and a Half Men 10:00pm The Vampire Diaries 11:00pm Celebrity Juice 11:50pm 2 Fast 2 Furious 12:50am FYI Daily 12:55am 2 Fast 2 Furious 1:55am Two and a Half Men 2:20am Two and a Half Men



SATELLITE CHANNELS/ Sky1/ 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 The Simpsons 4:30pm Futurama

5:00pm Futurama 5:30pm The Simpsons 6:00pm The Simpsons 6:30pm Modern Family 7:00pm Modern Family 7:30pm The Simpsons 8:00pm The Simpsons 8:30pm The Simpsons 9:00pm Hawaii Five-0

10:00pm Ross Kemp: Extreme World 11:00pm The Smoke

SkyMoviesComedy/ 10:40am Cheaper by the Dozen 2 12:20pm The Five-Year Engagement

Ruby Sparks (Film, 2012)

•Paul Dano •Zoe Kazan •Chris Messina •Annette Bening •Antonio Banderas

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Young novelist Calvin Weir-Fields (Paul Dano) is suffering from 'difficult second book syndrome'. Desperately in need of inspiration, he resorts to writing about a recent dream he had featuring a young woman named Ruby Sparks (Zoe Kazan). After admitting to his therapist (Elliott Gould) that he is, in fact, falling in love with his own fictional creation, Calvin is flabbergasted to find Ruby has jumped off the page and into his flat to become an actual human being. But can his literal dream girl live up to her billing?

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Expat problem with the Scottish question...


NE part of the whole LEAPY LEE Scottish independence question that doesn’t SAYS IT seem to have been OTHERS THINK IT covered is the effect it will have on expatriates. In fact, we are, I believe, taking What on earth is going to happen the first faltering steps into what will to all the thousands of Scots who, be the norm in a thousand years or should the vote be aye, suddenly so; that is, to be merely Earth find themselves - among all the dwellers. (Particularly after our other aggravations - no longer contact with other life-forms.) If we members of the EU? last long enough, I truly believe we This will surely remove a whole will all be coffee-coloured, tall and host of entitlements straight away. rather attractive people, peacefully No automatic residency, no access living side by side on this beautiful to free health-care. Pension planet of ours. (Dream on, Leapy!) problems and presumably, as non Meanwhile, back to Bannockburn. EU members, a positive deluge of I truly will be sorry if Scotland tries forms to fill in. If it’s anything like to go it alone and seriously question my American friends have whether the majority of Scots truly experienced, this is in itself a believe it will be of benefit, or nightmare. Contrary to popular merely want to lift their kilts to the belief I am not totally anti EC; I’m Sassenachs? only against certain aspects of it, I do know that large numbers of like open borders and Brussels Scots truly hate the Brits, as do attempting to control all we say, many from Ireland, and frankly it’s breathe or think. difficult to blame them; but really, as I do feel in many ways there are adults and hopefully intelligent, lots of perks to be enjoyed by being forward-thinking people, can’t we members of one community. just put all the differences behind us

and move forward united, setting an example to a world that is already splitting apart, basically because neighbours hate each other? Hopefully we’ve come a long way from the Hatfields and McCoys, and frankly I would hate to have to show my passport to visit a country I have always proudly regarded as a part of my own. Bear in mind, the old clichés are often the best: United we stand, divided we fall. Let’s hope, common sense prevails, that the nos have it and the whole sorry debacle is put to rest for good. Now, what was that you said about beating us in the Six Nations!? Up yer kilts, the lotta ye! Well, 40 years ago I wrote a musical. In a couple of weeks’ time it is being played to one of the

GOING IT ALONE: Independence for Scotland will create problems for Scots in Spain. biggest impresarios in the UK. Will I be zimmering up that red carpet at last? Wish me luck. I will keep ya posted.

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One reason Spanish court cases slower: you can lie IT was not that long ago that Jeffrey Archer was convicted for perjury and perverting the course of justice for lying in a libel case, when disputing allegations that he had paid for sex. Archer had made two mistakes: • To think that lying in court was a preferable option than to admit he had performed - in the words of Justice Caulfield - ‘cold, unloving, rubber-insulated sex in a seedy hotel.’ • To lie in a UK court, as a plaintiff. Because had Mr Archer strayed in Spain, or rather had he chosen to lie in a Spanish court, no conviction could have ever been passed since, unlike most common-law systems, Spanish laws do not contemplate perjury as a criminal offence. In fact, quite the contrary: claimants and defendants are entitled, in fact expected, to lie in Court. The key legal precept is article 24.2 of the Spanish Constitution

By Antonio Flores Abogado/Lawyer LLM (Essex) - Reg. Nº 4712 I.C.A. Málaga E-mail: Homepage:

that states, inter alia, the following: “…Likewise, all persons have the right to… not make selfincriminating statements… to not declare themselves guilty.” But make no mistake as to who can lie in court: witnesses will be prosecuted if they do so for ‘false testimony’ (falso testimonio), a charge that carries prison terms. Also, you can be charged with falsely reporting a crime if you employ deceit (denuncia falsa) and likewise, be convicted of a crime. In everyday judicial practice, the above distinction can be easily noted: claimants and

defendants are not required to give their statements under oath, whereas witnesses will have been previously sworn (warned too). In my opinion, creating two types of liars (those who are allowed to and those who aren’t) causes court cases to become protracted because defendants will be less prone to admit liability, even if wrongdoing is obvious, just because there are no legal consequences to prevaricating. A recently example about this relates to two bankers who were deposed in court: they lied shamelessly about their involvement in an Equity Release case and so did the representative for the bank, who was close to denying that their own publicity that was no longer available (yet still traceable via www.wayback was ever produced. I doubt these bankers would have chosen to mislead if they were tried in English Courts.


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Get toned arms for summer with these handy tips WORRIED about exposing your arms when the weather warms up? There are a number of quick and simple exercises to try to help tone up those flabby bingo wings. Bicep curl The bicep curl helps to give definition to the upper arm. If you don’t have weights, improvise with tins of food or water bottles. Stand with feet hip-width apart, knees slightly bent and arms by your sides. Start with your elbows slightly bent; hold the weights so that your palms face outwards. Bend your arms and lift the weights towards your shoulders. Keep your elbows tucked in close to your body. Keep the movement slow and controlled and take care to keep your back straight. Do three sets of 10-15 repetitions every other day Tricep dip This exercise concentrates on the triceps.

It can be done off the end of a bed or a sofa and involves lifting your own bodyweight to help improve posture and strengthen and protect the skeletal system. Standing with your back to your bed or sofa, place feet hip-width apart; keep your back straight and bend your knees. Lower yourself down until your arms are bent at 90 degrees, then push back up until arms are straight, but not locked. Do three sets of 10-15 repetitions every other day.

TRICEP DIPS: Perfect for toning up arms.

Botox could help you lose weight

BOTOX is being tested as a way of beating obesity. The anti-wrinkle treatment is being trialled on patients in Norway who are having it injected into their stomach wall muscles. Researchers say it slows the speed at which food travels through the stomach by up to 50 per cent, making patients feel fuller for longer and therefore reducing the amount they eat. Studies on animals have suggested it could reduce by up to a third in just five weeks. Researchers say it could be a viable alternative to gastric bands with Botox being cheaper and less invasive than surgery.


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Bioresonance therapy gets TV time in Mijas By Carol Adams, Stop Smoking in Spain

I JUST wanted to tell you about a recent TV interview I did on Mijas TV where, as they had heard great things about me and Bioresonance therapy, I was invited to appear on their Lifestyle programme. I felt that the interview went very well particularly as I subsequently had a tremendous amount of calls and an all-round excellent response… despite me being very nervous! If you would like to see a recording of the interview you can find it on my website www.stopsmokinginspain. com or email me at carol@stopsmokinginspain. com and I will send you a link. As well as a full, easy to understand, explanation of how the therapy works, I also show you the Bioresonance machine I use. Bioresonance is nothing to do with hypnosis and no drugs or nicotine replacement products are involved. Furthermore, normally after one session the addiction has been cancelled so that you suffer no cravings. If by any chance you were to need a second treatment then this is free of charge. But this is rare. It’s completely safe and harmless and, well quite simply, it works! Since becoming a therapist, some eight years ago, I have written

The TV interview where I explain how Bioresonance Stop Smoking therapy works. an eBook which gives much more information and you can either request a FREE copy on the website or download it on Amazon Kindle where it is also free of charge. If you do not have access to a computer just give me a ring and I will send you information via the good old-fashioned post. Even more good news is that if you book an appointment before the end of March there is €20 off, and if your friend stops with you then the second person is half price. This includes a free home visit. Should you, your friends or relatives like an

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Dealing with calf pain Estelle Mitchell CALF PAIN can be a tricky problem to deal with and it is appropriate to pay attention to it before it becomes a debilitating injury. Most of us will have experienced calf pain but, even though this is common, most people do not realise what happens ‘inside’ the calf.

The calf, ankle and foot are controlled largely by a series of muscles and tendons which function as a single biomechanical unit. These muscles work together to lift or lower the heel. All the parts of the lower leg are interconnected; for example, when you stand on your toes, you can feel the muscles in the back of your calf doing most of the work. Because of its structure and because it absorbs the impact from activities such as walking, running and jumping, the lower leg is subject to more exercise-related injuries. The most common cause of calf pain is an injury to the soleus muscle as it often takes more of a beating than the larger muscle, as it acts first. The reason for this type of injury is either overuse and/or not warming up

properly before exercise. This is all very well if you are an active individual, but, if you are not and you get that common form of calf pain ‘cramp’, what is causing it? Research is still going on, but the problem is being associated with the biomechanics of your feet, especially if you are flat-footed. The reason they are suggesting this is, if you are walking biomechanically incorrectly, an already shortened muscle is stimulated to contract even further. This often happens at night because of the natural position we lie in (with the knees slightly bent and feet pointing slightly downwards), the already stressed calf muscle is further shortened and prone to cramps. If you suffer from cramp, stretching and massaging the area will

relieve the discomfort but prevention is always better than cure, so stretch the calf at the start of every day and before exercise to help maintain flexibility in the muscles and tendons. Dehydration is another major factor be it because you are taking water retention tablets or simply not drinking enough water, and remember alcohol, tea and coffee all dehydrate. The common denominator in the prevention of calf pain is the biomechanical one. It is widely understood in the medical community that if you do not walk correctly, you put your whole body under enormous stresses and strains. Leg cramps are more common in older people with about one in three over the age of 60 being affected and about half over the age of 80. When

you are young, the body easily adapts to these stresses but, as you grow older, eventually the body can adapt no more, shouts enough is enough and rebels in the only way it knows – Pain!

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Thor: The Dark World

Earth and the Nine Realms come under attack from the powerful Malekith and his age-old army that have existed since even before the creation of the universe. With the enemy proving near impossible to defeat, Thor approaches his adoptive brother Loki for help, despite his villainous past. Meanwhile, the hero becomes reacquainted with the woman he loves, astrophysicist Jane Foster, and takes her to Asgard in an attempt to protect her from harm.










Starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tom Hiddleston and Anthony Hopkins. Directed by Alan Taylor. Runtime 112 minutes. Rated 12.





LEO (July 24 - August 23) A situation could become complicated if you do not plan

6-Star Quiz 1. A method of music instruction from the 1890s that emphasises physical response to the music, was the origin of the name of this duo, formed in 1980? 2. Formed in Birmingham in 1978, this rock band took their name from the villain of the cult science fiction film Barbarella? 3. Formed in Stockholm in 1972, this band’s name is an acronym of the first letters of the band members’ first names? 4. Having trouble getting repeat bookings, this progressive rock group, formed in Luton in 1969, took to changing their name frequently to continue playing the London club circuit. Band names were often supplied by their booking agents’ staff, one of whom, a history enthusiast, eventually christened them after an 18th-century agriculturist, who invented the horse-drawn see drill? 5. The name of this British rock band, formed in Deptford in 1977, comes from the band’s financial situation at the time of forming? 6. The name of this electronic music band, formed in 1980 in Basildon, Essex, was inspired by a French fashion magazine?

even more difficult to get out of. Being cosy is one thing, but getting bogged down, mentally and physically, is another. All you need is to keep your optimism alive and use your imagination. Perhaps you are spending too much time with an older person or someone who has a dim outlook on life. SCORPIO (October 24 - November 22) Are you suffering from winter blues? Although it is a common feeling at this time of the year, keep optimistic. There is so much to look forward to, in fact, that you are spoilt for choice. Although your social life may be in a bit of a rut, some sparkling moves from you will get things moving.

LIBRA (September 24 - October 23) Ruts are awful things to get into but

SAGITTARIUS (November 23 December 21) Recent events have perhaps left a gap in your social life that is hard to fill. Patience is needed because it would be foolish to rush into something new if your heart is involved. Concentrating on work and other people will alleviate any loneliness.

Sudoku Fill the grid so that every row, every column and every 3X3 box contains the digits 1-9. There’s no maths involved. You solve the puzzle with reasoning and logic.

CAPRICORN (December 22 January 20) A loss of patience with a situation shows this week but is not to your advantage. Whatever you feel, be subtle in your approach. Try to see your position clearly and the result will be that you realise you have more control than you thought. Seeking advice while being honest and telling the full story serves best.


AQUARIUS (January 21 - February 19) A feeling that you should totally commit yourself to something or someone this week should be avoided. You will come up against a brick wall if a situation is forced. Time is all that is required to see things change for the better.





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Nonagram 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 C) and there must be AT LEAST ONE NINE LETTER WORD. Plurals, vulgarities or proper nouns are not allowed.


Average: 14

Very good: 27

Good: 18

Excellent: 33

agar, cage, crag, ergo, gean, gear, goer, gone, gore, gran, ogre, raga, rage, rang, agone, agora, anger, argon, cager, cargo, conga, goner, grace, groan, orang, organ, range, agorae, angora, conger, garner, grocer, onager, orange, organa, ranger, arrange, carnage, groaner, ARROGANCE











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VIRGO (August 24 - September 23) A lost cause tries to demand your attention, but you must try to see the situation for what it is. Sentimentality should not come into business or be allowed to upset your home life. What is past should remain so, do not torture yourself. Bring your mind and spirits up by looking forward to summer holidays.

CANCER (June 22 - July 23) The temptation to run round like a headless chicken is strong this week. There seem to be so many demands on your time that things become confusing. Be sure you are getting enough rest because this time of the year can be fraught for you.

GEMINI (May 22 - June 21) Although health should be good, energy may be a little low. A bit of a


ahead. With a little thought and planning, matters can be kept simple which is always desirable. Be choosy about the company you keep because a bad character could taint by association.

mystery surrounds a close friend and your opinion may be sought. Hold fire until all the facts are known and you are sure a person has been honest with you because someone may try to keep you in the dark to get the right answer. .

TAURUS (April 21 - May 21) Social activities are likely to change at the last minute. If energy levels are not as high as normal, use this week for planning. With holidays in mind, the summer seems far away but maybe a weekend trip will fill the gap. Spending time with an old friend reminds you of how things used to be.

Born February 23, 1954. Rosendo Mercado Ruiz is a Spanish rock singer and guitarist. He was a founding member of bands Ñu and Leño, and is considered to be a prominent exponent of so-called ʻSpanish rock.ʼ He released his first solo album in 1985, and has had more than a dozen since. In 2006 he was awarded the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts.


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


ARIES (March 21 - April 20) Extra pressures at work leave you feeling less than energetic. Check on your health and don't go overboard with the physical activities. Set out to become more active, socially, and maximise on relaxation. With an eye to the summer and holidays, start planning a getaway. Who will you take with you?


Your Stars

IF ITʼS YOUR BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK: The Piscean desire to find an ideal mate brings an edge to the months ahead. It is almost as though you are daring fate to tempt you.


PISCES (February 20 - March 20) There may not be enough time to do everything you want, so why can't you just reorganise your life so there is? Not as easy as it sounds, Pisces, unless you learn the magic word: no. Know your limits and stick to them. If you've got this far with a partner you will know it's meant to be. .






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Cryptic Across 1 Tin found in street is barely sufficient (5) 4 Head soldier returns to university at Los Angeles, right? Something about his eye (6) 9 Duck flying over South Dixie in a particular way will cause rust (7) 10 Name of man taking Dolly out (5) 11 Birds the museum is displaying (4) 12 Overtake charged particle with emotion (7) 13 Military man seen in Crown Court (3) 14 Wager on a second letter from Greece (4) 16 Famous mythical ship, top of freight removed (4) 18 Argument about whatʼs in the brown envelope (3) 20 Lock up is in no Scotʼs enclosure (7) 21 Textbook item contains mention of bird of prey (4) 24 Took a picture that included an animal (5) 25 Luke and the Spanish upstart played around with the small guitar (7) 26 Thereʼs a cycling book (6) 27 Israelite leader some confused with Samaritan leader (5) Down 1 A bathroom feature to demonstrate to the Queen (6) 2 Die surrounded by gold? Goodbye (5) 3 Outing for dance (4) 5 We locals chopped up cabbage (8)

Quick Across 1 Soft, pliant leather (7) 4 Underground drain (5) 7 Distinguished (11) 8 Clumsy person (13) 11 Larger (6) 12 Egyptian deity (6) 14 Rubella (6,7) 19 Common North American bird (6,5) 20 Regretful (5) 21 Right (7)

6 Different lingo to explain riotous activity (7) 7 Maybe ratʼs lair among rubbish (6) 8 Beat Thomasʼs first terrible poem (5) 13 Finger tool that would fail to dissolve in the river? (4,4) 15 Bent front off charm (7)

17 Again comedian collects money for work (6) 18 Picture puzzle about public transport (5) 19 Time out corner (6) 22 Thoughts of comical aside (5) 23 US possession of Antigua, maybe (4)

Code Breaker


Each number in the Code Breaker grid represents a different letter of the alphabet. In this week’s puzzle, 17 represents T and 13 represents Q, so fill in T every time the figure 17 appears and Q every time the figure 13 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.

CRYPTIC Across: 1 Crane, 4 Gyrates, 7 Dictate, 8 Gnats, 10 Aches, 11 Shingle, 12 Slack, 14 Reset, 19 Tassels, 21 Midge, 22 Photo, 23 Allowed, 24 Reputed, 25 Sadly. Down: 2 Alcohol, 3 Exams, 4 Grease, 5 Ragtime, 6 Twang, 7 Dear, 9 Sues, 13 Cheroot, 15 Endowed, 16 Stop, 17 Asgard, 18 Lead, 20 Scoop, 21 Males. QUICK Across: 7 Reside, 8 Abroad, 9 Fine, 10 Specific, 11 Dessert, 13 Based, 15 Cycle, 17 Fantasy, 20 Earnings, 21 Sold, 22 Antics, 23 Elated. Down: 1 Feline, 2 Wine, 3 Measure, 4 Camel, 5 Irritant, 6 Saline, 12 Splendid, 14 Hamster, 16 Yearns, 18 Sullen, 19 Angst, 21 Soak. ENGLISH-SPANISH Across: 1 Mares, 3 Small, 5 Tar, 7 Threads, 9 Seal, 10 Lamb, 14 Lessons, 15 Oca, 16 Paseo, 17 Arcos.


Unscramble the name of a British theatre and opera director, actor, author and television presenter: NORMAL THEN JAIL Unscramble the name of a US state and its capital city: ALERT GOAT AGAIN

Down: 1 Motos, 2 Seta, 3 Sure, 4 Las, 6 Roads, 8 Asado, 11 Beans, 12 Rojo, 13 Isla, 14 Lip.

Play on Words

English - Spanish The clues are mixed, some clues are in Spanish and some are in English. Across 1 Más tarde (5) 4 Car (automobile) (5) 7 Ojo (3) 8 Canciones (5) 9 Enfermera (5) 10 Comer (comida) (3) 11 To swim (5) 12 Unidad (cohesión) (5) 13 To see (3) 14 Fat (plump) (5) 15 Unharmed (5) 16 Hielo (3) 17 To cough (5) 18 Cuento (para niños) (5) Down 1 Anoche (4,5) 2 Forks (cutlery) (9) 3 Embalse (9) 4 Siglos (9) 5 Butcher (9) 6 Todos (9)

Hexagram 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 (NEARER) and one letter in four other cells are given as clues. ADHERE




















Answers: Look both ways, By and large


Down 1 Go up (5) 2 Allocate (5) 3 Indecent (7) 4 Faint (5) 5 Squander (5) 6 Contests of speed (5) 9 Join together (5) 10 Lift up (5) 13 Walk with a lofty, proud gait (7) 14 Speculate (5) 15 Come around again (5) 16 Irritate (5) 17 At liberty (5) 18 Mixture of rain and snow (5)



LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION 1 Rarely, 2 Reared, 3 Rugged, 4 Roared, 5 Thread, 6 Badger, 7 Coarse, 8 Seated, 9 Factor, 10 Shaken, 11 Awards, 12 Listen, 13 Basked, 14 Glossy, 15 Bugles, 16 Broken, 17 Sighed, 18 Banner, 19 Hurray



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Is security going too far? SECURITY at Heathrow airport in the UK recently confiscated a Toy Story Woody the cowboy doll because he was carrying a miniature gun.


NGELA WILLIAMS, aged 57, from La Marina Pueblo, Alicante, believes the authorities may have gone a bit too far in confiscating the Woody toy: “It is a bit over the top and they should be able to tell if it is just a toy or something more. I would worry now about taking my grandkids to the airport and what toys they were carrying.” Carl Barnett, aged 69, from urbanisation La Marina, Alicante, however, believes it is right that the authorities are extra cautious: “It is sad but in today’s climate it is better to be safe

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Do you think airport security is going too far, or should the authorities keep their guard up against terrorists?


than sorry.” Retired Carrie Hipkins, aged 62, also agrees: “You can’t take any risks and if he was carrying his child’s toy without his child being with him, it would look a little odd to the authorities, so I think they were right to check.” Terry and June Moore, aged 67 and 64, who live in Partaloa and are both retired, agree that security is important, but feel a liitle leeway is required. “We don’t think a toy should be impounded. We are all for security, but common sense should prevail if they are satisfied it is a toy. In our opinion, the more security there is, the better.”

June Moore

Ron Hardy, 78, who lives in Albox, Almeria, said: “It is a bit ridiculous to take away a toy. They should get a life and get out more. I haven’t flown in a long time but obviously airport security is generally very important.” But Anne Collins, a 28-year-old waitress from Marbella, Malaga, feels airport security is getting too onerous. “Why on earth can you not take through a bottle of water? I was at Stansted airport and security was ridiculous. The queues to get through were about a mile long. Yes, there should be checks, but some of the security personnel seem to be jobsworths who take things to extremes.”

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The world’s first Manchego cheese museum to open

THE first museum in the world totally devoted to Manchego cheese is to open in March in Manzanares (Castilla La Mancha). The culinary gallery is set to put new energy into the town with a series of activities revolving around the food, including tastings or screenings on how to make it. The Manzanares Manchego Cheese Museum, as it’s officially known, will be located in the farmyard of a historical building in the town’s historic centre. It will share the premises with a regional museum that will host a permanent sculpture and painting exhibition, as well as the winning works of the Manzanares National Painting Competition. Following the opening of the museum, the Manzanares Town Hall has organised the first National

Manchego Cheese Fair, to be held from April 11 to 13. It will feature cheeses from Galicia, Asturias, Cataluña and, of course, Castilla La Mancha. This is not the first culinary museum to open in Spain this year. As reported by the Euro Weekly News, Europe’s first vermouth museum will open in Reus (Cataluña) in April. It will feature 1,800 vermouth brands, with more than 800 bottles from 50 different countries.

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Broccolini, a super food. To read more turn to Page 72 TO READ MORE VISIT: WWW.EUROWEEKLYNEWS.COM/FEATURES/RESTAURANTS

Introducing… Pintxos EL RINCON DE LA SALA delivers San Sebastian ‘haute cuisine in miniature’ with their latest offering, ‘pintxos.’ Pintxos literally translated means ‘spikes’ as pintxos are generally held together with a toothpick. These bite size morsels are the perfect way of sampling a variety of different flavours and can be enjoyed at the bar with a casual glass of wine or whilst seated in the restaurant or on the al fresco terrace. Whether you wish to sample the cold delights including Fresh Crab Croissants and Jamon Serrano from the counter, or you prefer to order off the blackboard, El Rincon de la Sala’s pintxos offer miniature mouthfuls to suit all palates.

PINTXOS: Haute cuisine in miniature, hot or cold. Devour everything from traditional Spanish Tortilla and Grilled Goats Cheese with Pedro Ximenez to

Serrano Ham topped with a Fried Quails Egg and Grilled Steak dusted with Rock Salt. Alongside the vast selection of pintxos, El Rincon de la Sala’s daytime menu offers delicious salads, sandwiches and tapas including Prawns PilPil and their famous mini burgers. When asked to describe pintxos, Executive Chef, Ramon Benitez Ramirez replied, “small bites offering an explosion of flavour designed to satisfy even the most discerning appetite,” if that description doesn’t tempt you, nothing will! Enjoy a memorable Basque journey of flavours, Monday to Saturday from midday until 7pm at El Rincon de la Sala. For reservations or information please call 951 506 249.


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Food of the week: super broccolini or ‘bimi’ BROCCOLINI, a cross between broccoli and Chinese kale, is this week’s super food. Known in Spain as ‘bimi,’ this green vegetable is often confused with baby broccoli due to its small florets and thinner stalks.

But the truth is the hybrid might be healthier than the original vegetable. Studies say broccolini florets have a higher content in dietary fibre, proteins and minerals than regular broccoli.

Specifically, they have more calcium, magnesium, iron, manganese and zinc, minerals reportedly of great dietary importance. Broccolini also has more glucosinolates, a natural class of organic compounds that act as anti-cancer agents. In fact, a study suggests broccolini can be used in novel anticancer therapeutic strategies due to its inhibitory effect on human colon cancer OLIVE OIL: cells. Production Broccolini strengths increased by 124 are also found in the per cent during the first quarter kitchen. of the campaign. Cooking it is really simple, since the whole thing can be eaten after This is a 29 per cent increase in washing it. relation to the previous campaign, which It can be sauteed in still leaves room for optimism. olive oil and garlic, The volume supply of olive oil is of steamed or even batte1.05 million tonnes, a 1.6 per cent red and deep-fried. increase.

More olive oil, less sold MORE olive oil was produced in Spain during the first quarter of the 2013-2014 campaign, but less quantity has been sold. Temporary figures released by the Spanish Agency for Food Information and Control (AICA) reveal that 1.23 million tonnes of olive oil were produced in this period. This is a 124 per cent increase in relation to the previous year, despite weather conditions delaying the harvesting of the olive. Olive oil sales don’t seem to match production figures, as only 498,200 tonnes of oil were sold in the same period according to AICA.


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Fresh buffet at great prices right on Paseo Maritimo THERE are typical buffets, and then there are those offering fresh, homemade international food by experienced chefs. The feeling at Don Q is: “I wish there was room to try it all!” Don Q owners Kurt and Lorna have been in the hospitality industry their whole careers and have been in Spain since 1995. Their Calahonda restaurant was so popular it was running out of space. As many customers consistently came from Fuengirola, they opened Don Q in Fuengirola in 2008. The expansive lunch buffet at €6.95 includes, among many other entrees: Prawns, soft calamares, a very nice paella, chili con carne,

FAST AND FRIENDLY: International chefs and waiting staff offer service with a smile.

roast beef, and wonderful meatballs in a very tasty sauce, complemented by freshly prepared salads, breads and rolls. For dessert, enjoy a selection of sweets or the free ice cream bar. For an extra €3, dinner adds spare ribs, crispy pork, whole ham, whole salmon, and Serrano ham with melon. The owners explained, “Buffet is great for everyone, including families with children; there’s no waiting, you can just start.” It’s true: Don Q is a convenient dining experience and the location is perfect, right on Paseo Maritimo

directly across from the port. It was impossible not to enjoy a nice lunch with great hot food and a lovely breeze passing through the terrace. The addition of a new chef alongside the old one and additional serving staff means more selection and better service than ever, and the prices are the most competitive on the coast. Don Q is currently offering three different specials. The special offer on Mondays and Tuesdays is drinks for €0.50. On Fridays and Saturdays, clients can enjoy a bottle of wine for

just €2.99. And every day, for parties over 10, the special deal includes the meal and free drinks for €10 per person, lunch or dinner - a very, very good deal! Don Q is open every day, seven days a week, even on holidays. Winter hours are 1pm - 10pm.

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HE longest established fish and chip shop on the coast is still going strong. Crispy Cod is located in Fuengirola, approximately 200 metres from the town centre on the Paseo Maritimo near Hotel Piramides, just 10 metres from the sea. We found Crispy Cod to be the place to go for a classic fish and chips meal with some fun extras. You can expect friendly, smiling service by owner Sean and his efficient waiting staff. The breezy covered terrace overlooks the beach and the promenade in a great location, with inside seating also available. For fish, Crispy Cod of course offers the popular cod, that is, boneless, battered Icelandic fish that is perfectly fried and very tasty. The shop offers other types of fish as well, including haddock, plaice and scampi. Crispy Cod’s chips are made from English potatoes that are brought in from the UK daily. But the Crispy Cod is about much more than just fish and chips. It has a wide selection of options, including 100 per cent Irish beef burgers, various preparations of chicken (like half chicken and chicken nuggets), seven different kinds of Pukka pies, fishcakes, pickled eggs and onions, gherkins and even pineapple fritters. The mushy peas and tartar sauce are home-made fresh every day.


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Oldest ‘chippy’ on the Costa

CRISPY COD: Still going strong. Winter hours (November to March) are 1pm to 10.30pm, seven days a week, with the last orders taken at 10.15pm. Summer hours (April to October) are 1pm to 11pm, seven days a

week, with the last orders taken at 10.30pm. Crispy Cod is happy to take preorders. If the order is immediate, simply ring them up on 952 587 351.

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A special audience A COUPLE from Gibraltar joined 10,000 engaged couples in Vatican City for a special Saint Valentine’s Day audience with Pope Francis.

Pancakes for charity

Training time

CANCER RELIEF GIBRALTAR plans to hold a ‘pancake week’ fundraising event. Businesses and families are invited to join by making pancakes during the week beginning March 2 in return for donations. More information on 58008761 or 54008880.

THE Royal Navy’s Submarine Parachute Assistant Group (SPAG) has been in Gibraltar on a training exercise.

Airport chase A MAN got past border controls and into the demolition site of the old air terminal, leading to a major police operation that ended with his arrest hours later.

Parking problems

WHAT’S ON • Until February 21 Young Art Competition, organised by Ministry of Culture, John Mackintosh Hall For information: Ministry of Culture Events Team, 00 350 200 67241 or

• February 22 - Gibraltar Ornithological & Natural History Society Monthly Outing – Northern end of the Rock. Wintering Birds on the Rock. Meeting at Princess Caroline’s Battery 9.30am. For information: 00 350 54015060 or

• Until February 22 Gibraltar International Dance Festival organised by M.O. Productions For information: 00 350 200 71635 or

- Craft & Collectors Fair at St Andrew’s Church – Governor’s Parade, 10am to 2pm. Entrance Fee £1, proceeds to the Church Restoration Fund. For information: 00 350 54023166 or

THE GSD Opposition said it had received complaints about parking in and around the city centre from residents and those who travel in and out of town by car during the week.

First event CUBE GIBRALTAR held a conference for directors and managers from the gaming sector, finance and government on board the floating hotel Sunborn, its first corporate event.


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New free-standing Neater Heater, which can be hung on the wall NEATER HEATER is pleased to be able to introduce you to the NEO 2 Heater from its new Norwegian supplier: ADAX. “The original NEO heater has already proven to be an enormous hit,” says co-owner Richard Winter. “Its style and efficiency alone has made it stand out from the crowd, but when you include the inbuilt timer and automatic temperature reduction functions, it has become very popular.” “The next generation NEO 2, however, goes one step further as it has the ability to be both wall-mounted and, simply by unclipping it from the bracket, free standing as well. Until now with most heaters, including our

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Gardening Corner By Dick Handscombe Spain’s best known expat gardening author about to start his 26th winter cut back.

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other Neater Heaters, the customer has had to make a choice between wall-mounted and free standing. But not any more. Now the customer can have it wall-mounted in the living room, and simply unclip it and move it to the bedroom at night.” Neater Heater was created five years ago because, having decided to use electricity to heat their homes; expats Richard and

Tony couldn’t find anywhere in Spain that sold good, but affordable, electric heaters. The choices were either: very expensive; very inefficient; or extremely ugly and sometimes all three! However, by a stroke of good fortune, they became aware of two Norwegian manufacturers who made extremely efficient, stylish, and affordable electric

convector heaters. Neater Heaters can now be found warming homes from Barcelona to Cadiz. Incorporating modern technology with Scandinavian design, Neater Heaters are stylish, economic and extremely efficient. Whether you choose the basic, but moderately priced, ADAX Standard heater, or from the more stylish BEHA, NEO, and

GLAMOX ranges, you can be confident that you are choosing the best in Norwegian technology, reliability, and value for money. Now, thanks to the NEO 2, we can add ‘mobile and versatile’ to their long list of attributes. With the price of all fuels going up it is as important now, as it always has been, to choose your electric heater wisely. Neater Heaters offer the perfect balance of efficiency, economy, and effectiveness. Neater Heater: Norway’s answer to heating your home in Spain. For more information contact one of our stockists near you.

Cool winter garden projects HOPEFULLY your winter cut back and clean-up is complete so there is

now time to develop one or two new attractive features ready for next summer in order to differentiate your garden from others. There are a number of possibilities that would add interest, appeal and life-style value for the effort and expenditure involved. Which of the following would appeal to you? As you see there are more than flowers to make gardens attractive. • A rockery making use of the natural slope or terracing of the garden or a pile of builders’ rubble covered with earth and attractive weathered rocks. • A water garden perhaps cascading through or alongside the rockery or just a standalone pond or fountain.

• A jacuzzi as an alternative or in addition to a pool. • Permanent facilities for al fresco cooking. Perhaps a barbecue, an oven or a fully equipped Spanish style outside kitchen with space for cooking paellas and with a wood fired oven. Perhaps this is the year to perfect the cooking of paellas as our book is now available from Amazon Books. Incidentally it is now also published in Spanish if you are looking for a gift for a Spanish neighbour. • An aviary for breeding tropical birds or a hen house for organic eggs. • A formal herb garden planted up with culinary and medicinal herbs.

• Topiary features by trimming and training the top of a hedge or individual specimen trees. • Additional fruit trees to source ecological produce. • The making or purchase and installation of bird boxes, feeding tables and baths. The earlier the better in the month to attract this year’s nesting birds. • A terrace and seat facing the best views beyond the hedge. Such possibilities are discussed in chapter three of ‘Your Garden in Spain - practical ideas for gardens that match your Spanish lifestyle.’ Other alternatives discussed elsewhere in the book are to create: • A patio garden

incorporating one or more of the above features or an attractive iron or wooden gazebo. • Raised beds for growing fresh vegetables organically for daily harvests. • A greenhouse to make it easier to raise new plants from seeds and cuttings or protect delicate plants during the coldest winter months. Probably there is insufficient time this winter to construct all the ideas that appeal to you so decide what you eventually want, prioritise them and start with the one or those that will give the most pleasure this summer.

© Dick Handscombe February 2014.



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Can we pay our community president? THE question whether a community can legally pay a salary to their President often arises and although it is common for communities to provide some sort of monetary remuneration to the President, there are considerations. Many a President certainly deserves a medal for the work they do but a salary is another matter. According to the Law of Horizontal Property, Presidents are not supposed to

Community Law Corner By José Luis Navarro Solicitor and Property Administrator for Intercala Administration with Pete Woodall, Woody’s Los Boliches

receive any payment. However the law does not actually forbid the President receiving compensation for

the work they do. The position of President is usually demanding and the tasks many; in addition to community meetings, there are meetings with town halls, notaries, administrators, gardeners, maintenance personnel and builders. Plus answering emails and letters, etc. In addition Presidents may have to lay out their own money for phone calls, petty cash payments and even attend court. So, some form of compensation would seem to be reasonable. The consideration lies between receiving compensation and payment of a salary. A salary could involve payment of income tax, fulfilling the community’s obligations of employment, social security

and all the associated paper work. If the annual salary is over €3,005.06 it has to be included on the new community declaration made every February to the taxation office. A more simple solution would be to relieve the President - partially or totally - of their obligation to pay community fees. This way the community is simply choosing to take in less money - as opposed to paying out more money. A simple majority vote at the AGM to reduce or remove the President’s community fees is enough. To avoid an owner starting legal proceedings, it is important to be correct in the way the approval for non-payment of community fees by the President is recorded in AGM minutes. Furthermore there would be no need to amend the community statutes and the decision would be in keeping with the spirit of the law as interpreted by most court judges in Spain. We solicitors for Intercala Community Administration strongly urge readers to seek competent and specific advice.


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Successful Swedish property franchise needs properties to sell to ready buyers

FASTIGHETSBYRAN is Sweden’s leading real estate agency in Spain. Owned by Swedbank, the largest bank in Sweden, Fastighetsbyran has grown to nine franchised offices in Spain since 2008. “We started in Spain in 2008, in Alicante. Since then we have grown to nine separate offices in six years, located on the Costa del Sol, Costa Blanca, Mallorca, and Gran Canaria,” says Marbella office owner Kent Schanke. The nine Spanish offices join the 250 franchised offices in Sweden. Fastighetsbyran has three offices on the Costa del Sol and Axarquia. Kent Schanke and Olle Westerling run the Marbella office. The Fuengirola office is owned by Niclas Udden, while in Nerja the office is headed by Olle and Christina Bergsten. Though based in Spain, each of these three offices works together with the bank in Sweden as they serve their customers here locally. When asked what EWN readers needed to know, Schanke replied:

LOCAL OFFICES: In Fuengirola, Marbella and Nerja.

“We want all the readers to know that we need properties. There are lots of Scandinavians looking for a second home in Spain, along the whole coast.” Demographics range from retired people to younger families, which means Fastighetsbyran is seeking all kinds of properties to accommodate its varied clientele. “We have the buyers,” said Schanke. “We need people wanting to sell their place to contact us.” As a franchise, Fastighetsbyran offers

Dog parks a bad idea... some of the problems THE concept of dog parks seems to be becoming more and more popular. Whilst for local councils it may seem an attractive proposal, there are problems with the idea. Disadvantages: • For people - Potential danger from

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the standardised high quality clients have come to expect from it. And the fact that they are backed by Sweden’s largest bank offers a high level of security and confidence for clients. Schanke took the time to explain Fastighetsbyran’s ethos, highlighting that they are “a very serious company, we do everything by the book.” The fact that the company enjoys a great reputation back home in Sweden has helped with its fantastic growth in Spain. Fastighetsbyran would love to have your trust in listing your property. Fuengirola: 952 587 488 Marbella: 951 191 000 Nerja: 952 521 708

Avoid the phishers, use common sense LAST WEEK we discussed the subject of ‘phishing.’ What it was and a couple of clues on how to spot that someone has a baited hook with your name on it. Today, I’m offering some advice - simple common sense - that may help you spot the ‘Bad People.’ First thing to consider when opening an email is “Is this the sort of thing my friend would send me?” If the answer is ‘no’ then get suspicious. Usually suspect emails fall into two general types. Type A is the short email with one or more lines with some form of web address. It can take you to a site with a ‘hidden code’ within the web page. This is known as a ‘Drive-by’ and is sneaky and really easy to remove if you think you’ve been targeted. Type B is the VERY long winded explanation apparently by ‘someone in

Trevor Spencer Computers authority’, which sends you into a semi sleep state and, before you know it, you have sent them your bank details. If anyone from your bank, Paypal account, credit card company, British Embassy or anywhere else wants any form of information ABOUT ANYTHING or is in a language you don’t understand, go direct to the source without using the phone number, weblink, email address or any other form of contact that you don’t recognise that may be in the email. Tell them to GO PHISH or whatever chosen expletive you prefer. Any questions, email me on canducomputing@hot or 689892745.


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Explaining tax residence

By Dolores Perujo of Bonafide Lawyers

TAX residence indicates the way in which world assets are held. We can differentiate between Tax Residence of natural persons and Tax Residence of legal entities. Here we will explain the Tax Residence of natural persons, which is what interests and concerns most residents in Spain. The Law of Tax on the Income of Natural Persons (IRPF) (an internal law) considers that the taxpayer has their habitual place of residence in Spain in the following circumstances: a) They remain more than 183 days in Spanish territory per year. To determine this period, sporadic absences won’t be deducted, unless the taxpayer can prove Tax Residence in another country. b) That the centre or base of the taxpayer’s activities or financial interests are directly or indirectly located in Spain. c) The residence in Spain of their spouse and children under 18. The Spanish Tax Agency must prove residence in Spanish territory 183 days of the year, which is very difficult. Due to this problem, they will take into consideration

DOLORES PERUJO: Tax residence is what concerns most residents in Spain. the centre of the financial interests of the natural person. However, the criteria cannot be applied alone. The lack of proper determination of the concept itself allows for great flexibility and range when considering the different financial interests (income, assets, expenses, consumption, employees, management, etc…) When there is a conflict between two states, bilateral Double Tax Avoidance Agreements will be used, which will attempt to avoid the circumstance by establishing certain decisive criteria to settle double residence conflict which

could arise between states which have signed the agreements. For example, the agreement between the Kingdom of Spain and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to avoid double taxing and prevent tax evasion in matters concerning tax in income and assets, and its protocol, signed in London on March 14, 2013, in article 4, solves the case of a natural person residing in both of the signing states. A) The taxpayer will only be considered a resident in the State where they have a permanent abode at their disposal; if they

have a permanent abode at their disposal in both States, they will be considered residents only of the one where they maintain their most important personal and financial relationships (centre of vital interest); B) If the case in which it was impossible to determine the State in which a person has their centre of vital interests, or if they do not have a permanent abode at their disposal in either of the States, they will be considered residents only of the State where they habitually reside; C) If they habitually reside in both States, or do not reside habitually in either, they will be considered residents of the State the nationality of which they hold; D) If they hold the nationality of both States, or do not hold the nationality of either, the competent authorities of the signing States will resolve the situation on mutual agreement.

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BOOKKEEPING/ACCOUNTING Services. Professionally qualified English bookkeeper offering all types of accounting services throughout the Costa del Sol. Specialising in expat autonomos and small businesses. Friendly, trustworthy and 100% reliable. Web: / Email: / Tel David 656 345 455 (221003)

AIR CONDITIONING PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATIONS, servicing and repairs. Domestic and commercial air conditioning (heating and cooling). Best prices GUARANTEED. Card meters also available. Tel 616 119 007 & 952 550 323 (219794) AIRFLOW Air conditioning for cooling and heating units. Professional, fully guaranteed installations. Tel: 952 443 222 (206483)


WANTED! All types of antiques, paintings, jewellery, watches, silver etc. Any condition. Immediate cash settlement. For more information call into Anthony’s Antiques and Jewellers shops, extensive premises at C/Ramon y Cajal 40, Fuengirola. Mobile 609 529 633. Telephone 952 588 795 (201522) EL TALLER DE MENIA SC: we restore furniture, antiques, works of art. Free quotes, - 610 830 740 (221023)

ARCHITECTS PROJECTS, constructions, new buildings, extensions, reforms, licences & legalisations. cheda 680 700 430 (216549)


AIR CONDITIONING repairs and servicing. Airflow. 952 443 222 (206483) AIR CONDITIONING heating installation, servicing, repairs and regassing, 24/7. Prompt reliable service 620 020 232, 951 165 090 (208377)


VISIT The Bed Warehouse for top quality British beds or just mattresses at unbeatable prices. Also top brands of bankrupt stock including Silentnight, Sealy, Rest Assured etc. Direct from our new larger premises on the Camino de Coin (A7053) km 13 heading out of Fuengirola - opposite RDMC’s and Woods Direct. Tel 634 187 700 / 600 633 986 (215791)

BLINDS ACE OF SHADES - Vertical, Venetian, Roman, Roller, Wooden blinds, various colours available, also blackout blinds. Tel: 951 273 254 / 671 732 204 / info@aceof (101730)

SOLAR BLINDS SOLAR BLINDS ES Ideal for large glazed areas to reflect heat / glare and stop furniture fading and still keep the view. SAVE HEAT IN THE WINTER TOO improve your living environment. Solar Tel Ian 958 496 571 / 644 546 176 (215997)


SPAIN’S best air conditioners at sale prices! 495 euros buys you a superb Fujima air con including fitting and tax. If you fit it yourself, we pay you 150 euros! Ask Mark, our senior fitter for more details on 635 059 456. KOLDAIR Air Con Company, est 1973 (221076) AIR CONDITIONING by Cool and Cosy. The family company that cares. Installation and repairs. Quality machines. EsoSense movement sensor supplied and fitted for 80 euros. Coin meters supplied and fitted from 230 euros. For other energy-saving products, visit Tel 952 935 513 (219783)


SWINGLES CASAS SL. For all your building needs. Visit www.swinglescasas. com for more details or call 952 428 067 / 666 960 262 (202607) Professional home builders in Spain since 2003. You choose the design - we do the rest. Tel 952 472 283 (217569) CONCRETE Ozbuild specialist imprinted concrete. Reseals, brickwork, tiling, plastering, screeding. 10 years coast/campo. Competitive prices, quality finish. 952 426 074 / 606 745 920 Quote EWN when calling. (216599)

DAMP problems, basements made dry and usable. Water penetration. Architect led company. Tel. 606 101 878 (221248) DR DAMP leaking roofs, damp walls, all mould cured. All work guaranteed. Call 689 515 558 (207938)

CD and DVD collections large or small. TC will buy them all. Telephone 652 072 600 (201647) PRIVATE INVESTOR, large cash reserve, ready to purchase top jewellery, watches, gold, diamonds, paintings. Possibility to arrange loan on importance pieces. Discretion and immediate payment assured. Call 603 459 108 (208102) BUYS records, radios, old postcards, jewellery and watches. Can Collect. Best price offered Tel 950 325 235 or 636 134 272 INSTANT CASH!!! For your old LPs, 45’s and record collections. GUARANTEED BEST PRICES PAID. Also, a free valuation service. Call Paul - 603 584 249 or email details to DECLUTTER, cash paid for small/medium furniture, antiques, furs, brass, copper and other ornaments. Tel: Howard 608 121 817 (221019) KETTLER multigym with weights, lat pulldown, butterfly arms, bench press, leg extension and leg curls. 150 euros ONO. Tel. 646 613 994 (221350)



PROPERTY MAINTENANCE British plastering ,renovating, drylining, tiling, painting, kitchens, bathrooms, decked areas, fencing, remote locations, coast, 7 day week 634 338 207 (215335) PH BUILDERS. Full or Part Reforms. Bathrooms, kitchens, plumbing, tiling, electrics and more. Tel 600 204 433 (221200)

CAR HIRE CAR HIRE long & short term 607 334 610 (218507) LONG term car hire. Excellent rates even during summer. Quality cars, the best service. Call AutoOasis on 952 623 297 or w w w. a u t o o a s i s e u r o p e . c o m (215834) CAR HIRE. Quality legal cars from 70 euros per week. Call 658 031 285 (201637)



HOUSE CLEARANCE, anything considered. Top rates paid. Mick 634 053 107 (221414)


BATHOLOGIST. Specialist in repairing chipped baths or refurbishing old / worn baths. No mess or disruption. 678 808 837 (101382)

EARN up to $67/hr! No previous experience needed, start right away. Go to www.bigim.elias (221441)




LA CALA, restaurant-carvery, 160m2 fully equipped, trading 16 years, owners retiring. Leasehold plus low rent. 605 819 078 (222039)

SUPERPOOL est. 1985. Pool tables, boxing and mini-vending machines on profit share, also new / second hand domestic tables and accessories. Tel 629 530 233 - (219536)

PLASTERING, rendering, dry lining, coving, suspended ceilings. Fitted kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms. All work guaranteed. 689 515 558 (207938)

BLINDS, awnings, mosquito screens, curtains, vast choice. All areas covered. Coast and inland. 655 825 931 (215944)

MECHANICS wanted. Mechanics unit available for business opportunity. Prime location, 1,200m2, 4 elevators, easy parking. Contact 608 991 019 (221209)

GENERAL BUILDER. Tiling, plastering, painting, electrician, plumber, carpentry. Reasonable prices. 952 662 745 / 635 913 885 (References available) (219549)


ACE OF SHADES - All colours available. Urbanisations catered for, electric and manual operation, also recover service available, largest selection of colours and designs on the coast. Tel: 951 273 254 / 671 732 204 / (101730)


PARKING, STORAGE & SALES. Caravans - Motorhomes - Boats Cars and Vans etc. Short / long term - Safe & secure, drop off & collections. Excellent rates, discount for long term, 5 mins from Fuengirola. Established 25 years. / info@eu 679 786 669 / 606 101 807 (218617)

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) IRISH CARPENTER, doors, decking, floors, kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms. General property maintenance. Established 2002. Tel 952 196 457 or 696 064 019 (221146) CARPENTER, joiner, Swiss, reliable, reasonable, quality. Kitchens, bathrooms, tiling etc. Engineered wooden floors installed from 35€/m2. Bruno Horn. 637 506 527 / 951 397 436 / (221139) CARPENTER, Pergolas, Decking, Guttering, Kitchens, Doors, Wardrobes, Shelving, Tiling, Bathrooms, Decorating and Wallpapering. Tel 664 385 610 (221002) CARPENTER, 38 years experience, kitchen, wardrobes, replace, repair doors, windows, anything in wood, Marbella. Tel 666 269 751 (207710)

CHIMNEY SERVICES APEX CHIMNEY SERVICES, professional chimney sweeping and smoke testing. NACS Qualified. Clean and efficient Tel: Bob 696 320 202 (215840) CHIMNEY SWEEP, all areas covered. 654 184 242 (206401)

Price per word: 0,42€ + IVA minimum 15 words - Discount: Book 10 weeks, get 2 weeks free - Deadline: 4pm Mondays Contact: Phone (0034) 952 561 245 • Fax (0034) 952 440 887 • email •

CLASSIFIEDS CHURCH SERVICES BENALMADENA Elim Family Fellowship. Sundays 11am. or call 951 912 525 or 952 446 627 (0)

CLAIRVOYANTS TAROT Reading. African Spiritualist solves problems - love and business. Tel: Ibrahim 626 502 803 (216597)

CLASSES GUADALMINA IDIOMAS LANGUAGE SCHOOL. Group/private lessons. Private lessons @ home. Native and qualified teachers. Centro Comercial Guadalmina, above SUPERSOL. Tel 952 883 880 / info@guadalminaidiomas .net (219666) LEARN easily “Spanish daily conversation”, recording your voice alongside your teacher’s voice. Own method. Own books. Call 647 103 430 (221009)

SPANISH SPANISH courses/lessons for English speakers by qualified tutor from Marbella - Malaga. Call 607 555 811 (221008)

CLEANING SERVICES OVEN CLEANING, domestic, commercial, complete fittings, let professional do hard, dirty work, from 35€. 632 569 282 oven (207828) UPHOLSTERY and steam cleaning sofas, carpets etc… JA Cleaning Services 626 357 955 (200771) CARPET & UPHOLSTERY PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE WET OR DRY CLEAN, HONEST, RELIABLE SERVICE. PLEASE CALL 678 808 837 / 952 669 701 (101382) LEATHER Suites, Upholstery and carpets thoroughly cleaned. Tel: 952 930 472 or 667 430 518 (221137)

COMMERCIAL PROP OFFICE in Calahonda facing N340. 108m2. Suitable for an office, shop or warehouse. Tel: 696 206 698 (221138)

COMPUTERS 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) CEEDALES Computers (AEG) Cliff (ex-PC Doctor) with 25+ years experience can resolve your PC issues, repairs, upgrades, Virus removal, data recovery, languate change, IPTV advice, home & office networks, graphic design, web design, hosting solutions. 633 277 565 (201699) FREE TV from your PC, speed up and tune up your pc. Basic computer lessons from 10€ per hour. 626 980 869 (206398)

CONCRETE CUTTERS SB DIAMOND DRILLING AND CUTTING. Concrete, stone, brickwork. Any size. Any thickness. Steve Baggs 609 321 958 (221221)

CONSTRUCTION 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 (217670)

CURTAINS QUALITY hand finished curtains & soft furnishings, professionally qualified, contact Rachel 952 825 766 or visit www.curtaincouture (209717) CURTAINS, BLINDS, UPHOLSTERY, a complete service. Mary 675 813 348 (215855)

DAMP PROOFING DAMP Problem!! Sourced and cured by master builder, longest established damp company on the coast. Call Ed 693 859 894 (217701)

DOMESTIC APP REPAIRS DOMESTIC Appliance repairs washing machines, fridges, cookers, ovens, water heaters, gas / electric, professionally repaired. Christian 608 337 497 (207492) WASHING machine repairs. No fix No fee. Call Joe: 686 271 836 (222172)


CLEARFLOW DRAIN SERVICES. All drain problems solved. More than 25 years on the coast. Leak detection, leak and repair. Clearflow Group. Telephone 952 885 661 or 630 200 600 (217647)

ELECTRICIAN 16th Edition BS7671 qualified, 25 years experience. Rewires, extra sockets, lights, fault finding etc. Contact Call Ian 650 151 569 (215809) ELECTRICIAN fully qualified all aspects covered. No call out charge. Honest reliable service.Call James Tel.954 059 041 Mobile.667 876 754 (221356) ALL ELECTRICS - Rewiring, fault finding, boletins - 693 678 980 (207413)

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

FECNING SERVICES CHAINLINK FENCING erectors, general builders, really competitive prices. Free quotation, no job too big or small, very reliable. Tel: 655 218 466 (215371)

FINANCIAL SERVICES YOU are the owner of a property? And need liquidity? Contact us! Tel: 952 810 438 or 690 270 682 Email : / www.bc-in / Business Contacts International (215941)

FLOOR POLISHING 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 MARBLE FLOORS polished. Fast service. Reliable, family run. TERRACOTTA CLEANED and sealed. Wooden floors treated. No job too small. Family run. Cleansol 10am - 10pm 7 days all areas. 952 930 861 / 607 610 578 Discount Code: EWN 1 CLEAN (206437)

TONY’S MARBLE RESTORATION SERVICE. Marble and terrazo floors, professionally refurbished, quotations without obligation. +34 620 726 875 (215928)


HIGH SHINE marble & natural stone floor specialist, for fast free quote and unbeatable prices, call 603 657 313. Free before and after gloss metre readout. (219464)

MAN with small van for all your needs, English/Spanish speaking translations, waiting in offices for you etc, based in Marbella (all the coast) 678 817 145 (215826)

GLASS CURTAINS GLASS CURTAIN repairs, specialist in replacement of discoloured plastic strips that act as a seal between the glass panels. Call Julian 655 825 931 (221449)


FLOOR POLISHING - 20 years Costa, reliable from €2/m2, bring your floor back to life. 639 014 237 (221011)

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GUITARS FRIENDSHIP FIND LOVE IN THE SUN w w w. i w a n t 2 m e e t y o u . c o m . Browse for free Spain’s No 1 online dating site. Bringing ex-pats together. (219566)

GARAGES FOR SALE: Benalmadena Bonanza area, lock-up garage with store room in an underground secure parking area. €16K vacant from April. Tel 651 097 468 (221455)

GARDENING 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 Andrew@garden-profession (215793) GARDENER for private homes, communities, tree pruning, pool maintenance, garden design. Specialist in water systems. Tel: 666 953 892 (208110)

LAWN PAINTING LOVELY LAWNS (Brand new prestigious service). We green your lawn with our special lawn dye. We can also fertilise your lawn and kill your weeds. Instant results, average price depending on size €25. Specialist products from UK. Tel 666 850 328 (219583)


CHARLIEGUITAR.COM. Sell and buy guitars. The first vintage shop in Spain, opposite the bus station. Calle Jacinto, Benavente No 1, Fuengirola 622 919 500 (215849)

HAIRDRESSING HAIRDRESSER, mobile, very reasonable rates, between Estepona and Sotogrande. Call Gilly 658 675 077 (207705)

HEALTH & BEAUTY SAYAN MASSAGE. Your best traditional & tantric massage for ladies and gentlemen. 952 586 339 608 977 260 www.masajes (218077) MOBILITY SCOOTERS, wheelchairs, hoists, rise recline chairs, electric adjustable beds, commodes, walking aids, all you need to make your life easier. All available for sale or hire, long or short term. Tel 633 127 901 / / (219684) DIABETES 2? The present day treatment of Diabetes 2 often becomes less effective with time. New method to control Diabetes 2 is available. For info: stopdia (222052) MOBILE hair & beauty specialising in cuts, colours and wedding packages. Tlf 634 109 688 (221189) 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 (206767)

BEAUTY TREATMENTS BOTOX AND FILLERS - From €95. Covers the Costa del Sol and inland. 609 347 086. (221168)

MASSAGE ELECTRIC GATE/GARAGE DOOR automation repaired. Free, no obligation quotation. Call Colin - 636 394 641 (217722)

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)

EXPRESS Metalwork Services. Gates, grilles, rails and scissor gates. 951 313 042, 617 065 636. (215709)

MALE MASSAGE. Qualified, caring masseur. Therapeutic and sensual therapies. 7/7, flexible hours. In out calls. Artola, Marbella. 620 986 080 (222100)

GENERAL SERVICES ALMOST ANYTHING! General household maintenance, plumbing, tiling, painting and more. Marbella to Fuengirola, Speak to Gareth, Tel - 690 841 188. (217669)

REINA Sport & Health. Experienced professional physiotherapy, osteopathy. “Oxygen pain therapy”. Professional sports massage. Personal trainer. Calahonda - Riviera home visits, hotel. 618 515 487 (201695)



SPORTS MASSAGE AROMATHERAPY, Hot Stones, lymph drainage, reflexology, Reiki, Neuva Andalucia and home visits. Carol ITEC Tel 653 139 558 (201580) PHYSIOTHERAPIST available for therapeutic massage. Stretching, classic & relaxing massage. Home visits 65 mins, 50 euros, 95 mins, 65 euros. Monika 659 506 496 (221442)

HOT TUBS HOT TUBS, new, used, bought, sold, hired. Also move & repairs 691 973 131 / 952 793 398 (206456)

HOLIDAY LETS FREE LISTINGS for Holiday Rental Villas (221428)

HOME CLEARANCES WANTED – House Clearance and garage clearance, best prices paid. Contact Paul Vickers, 617 543 315 (207637) WANTED FURNITURE & household items houses gardens garages cleared top prices paid fast reliable service 639 229 607 / 649 977 723 (215472) HOME CLEARANCES WANTED. Buy and Sell. Quality furniture. Cash paid. Jeans Emporium. Tel 952 793 578 (217576)



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LOANS HOLA CREDITO. Instant short term loans against your valuables. Quick, easy and always discreet. Tel 900 123 457 www.holacredi (219899) 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. Mobile 609 529 633. Tel: 952 588 795 (SE) (201522)

24/7 LOCKSMITH 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 (216650) T1

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 (201550)


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)

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 (201509)

KARAOKE RUSTY’S KARAOKE. Available for public and private functions. Tel 611 314 851 (201607)


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)

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) ADDITIONAL security locks for all types of windows & doors, giving you maximum security and peace of mind. Call Julian 655 825 931 (221450)

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 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 (207499)

LAUNDRY NANCY’S LAUNDRY. Washing, drying, ironing, dry cleaning, duvet, bedcovers, curtains, rugs, drop off or collection and delivery available. Avda. Bonanza, Arroyo de la Miel (between Lloyds Bank and Piscis). Tel 952 561 726 (219605)

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 (85143)

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) FOR SALE, 10ft X 32ft 2 bed mobile home in Coin. Private small park, fully furnished, a/c, 2 sheds, patio area, veranda with gazebo, own garden area, electronically gated park, own area also fenced and gated. Pets are welcome. Ground rent is 285€ per month which includes all electrics and water. Price 8,000 euros. For further information or pictures contact 634 975 246 or email rob (221346)

24/7 MOBILITY MOBILITY SCOOTERS, electric wheelchairs, wheelchairs, walking frames for sale and rent. Delivered to home or hotel at very competitive prices. Part exchange considered. Always a good selection of quality used mobility scooters in stock with guarantee.We have large scooters with a range of up to 40km. Medium scooters with a range of up to 30km and small scooters that can go into your car with a range of 8-12km. We also stock electric wheelchairs with a range of 30km and one that folds to go into your car with a range of 12km. New wheelchairs always in stock and used ones at considerable savings. Mobility scooters bought for cash. Mobility scooter batteries supplied and fitted. For same day delivery phone 609 581 139. email info@mobilityscootersdirect / www.mobili (201565)

CLASSIFIEDS 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 / MOSQUITO SCREENS. All types, all colours, fast service. Coast and inland covered. 655 825 931 (218575) MOSQUITO SCREENS, call Mosquito Nick tlf 647 072 861 (215252)

MOTOR HOMES WANTED motorhomes and caravans. Any condition or country of registration considered. www.his 687 845 730 (222034) MOTORHOMES and caravans for sale. Interesting selection. Part exchange considered. www.hispa 687 845 730 (222034)




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MOBILITY THE MOBILITY WIZARD. The only company in southern Spain that specialises in repairing and maintaining mobility scooters, power chairs and mobility products. Authorised repair agents for most European manufacturers. Most repairs carried out at your place of residence, batteries analysed and replaced if needed, tyres supplied and fitted. Summer’s coming, has your mobility scooter been serviced lately? Full service and inspection at your home for just €60. Large selection of mobility scooters available for sale and rent, no deposit required and free delivery. We also offer roadside assistance, we will come to your rescue if you’re unfortunate enough to have a breakdown or puncture, keep this number handy! Tel 633 127 901 / / (219684)


CAR SERVICES MECHANIC workshop & mobile. All work undertaken. ITVs done, reasonable rates, prompt, reliable services 24/7. 620 020 232, 951 165 090 (208377) CHIPS AWAY, Marbella, San Pedro. 10% discount. Tlf. 952 853 350. See advert on page 14 (209715) 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: (201556)

CLASSIFIEDS BRITISH MECHANIC WORKSHOP. Repair, service & ITV to all makes of cars, vans and 4 x 4s. Call Steve 951 914 025 or 605 407 369. Poligono Las Perales, Mijas Costa. britme (221281)

FOR SALE CABRIO Peugeot 206 Coupe Cabrio 2007, only 89,000kms, approx 55,000 miles, silver blue with check trim, alloy wheels, cruise and climate control, CD player, 5 speed manual, lady owner leaving Spain, immaculate condition, electric hard top folds into boot, perfect Peugeot. Was 5,995€, now 5,500 euros. Go topless, fun in the sun. Samantha or Gordon Robertson (The Car Couple) 952 832 173 / 608 658 785 (201544) 4x4 AUTOMATIC diesel, Mitsubishi Montero 2005 SWB. 3.2 litre DI-D Intenso Kaiteki (top of the range) limited edition, big electric sunroof, blue over grey, leather interior, alloy wheels, service history, 103,000kms, cruise and climate control, CD player, electric window, locking, everything. Super condition, super bargain with diesel economy. See photo on our web page. Samantha or Gordon Robertson (The Car Couple) Tel. 952 832 173 4x4 DIESEL Ford Kuga 2012, TDCI, 2 litre, only 24,000kms with manuf. Warranty till 2017. Looks right in white, 5 door, 6 speed. Electric everything, one lady owner kept this Kuka spotless, condition like new but what a saving on new price, can be yours for 17,995 euros. Samantha or Gordon Robertson (The Car Couple) 608 658 785 / 952 832 173. See photo on our web page (201544)

MOTORING LOOK ONLY 08,125kms. YES eight thousand, one hundred and twenty five kms. Ford Fusion 1.4 2012 ‘Urban’ 5 door. One private owner leaving Spain. Bright red, aircon, PAS, CD player, electric windows and locking, genuine bargain, 7,500€. See photo on our web page. Samantha or Gordon Robertson (The Car Couple) Tel 952 832 173 or 608 658 785 (201544) DIESEL, seven seater 2010 Peugeot 5008 1.6 HDI Premium pack 110BHP. Only 58,000kms (approx 36,000 miles), 6 speed, climate and cruise control, PAS, ABS, ESR, light and wiper sensors, parktronic, rich wine colour with alloy wheels, great people carrier, perfect for school run, see photo on our web page, 13,995 euros, Samantha or Gordon Robertson (The Car Couple), 608 658 785 / 952 832 173 (201544) DIESEL 2011 Renault Megane Scenic 1.5 DCI, 6 speed, 110 BHP. Emocion only 32,000kms (approx 20,000 miles), still has manufacturer’s warranty for 18 months. One lady owner selling due to work relocation, lovely in white with many extras and diesel economy for 12,995 euros. Samantha or Gordon Robertson (The Car Couple) 952 832 173 or 608 658 785 ARE you looking to sell your Spanish car? Contact Robertson Cars, we are a small family business here in Marbella for 29 years. Phone today for a valuation. We pay the top cash prices for quality used cars. Samantha and Gordon Robertson (The Car Couple) on 952 832 173 or 608 658 785. (201544) LARGE selection of vans, including Citroen Jumpers, Pick-ups, Ford Transits and Transit Connect 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 (209777)

2008 CITROEN NEMO, only 100,000 kms, light use only, roof rack, in excellent condition throughout, only 3,995€ 672 550 037 (209777) 2004 HYUNDAI Santa Fe, 2 litre diesel, automatic, 4x4 in very good condition, usual extras, new ITV, excellent runner, 4,450€ 672 550 037 2006 FIAT PANDA, electric blue, very economical and cheap to insure, 3,750€ 672 550 037 CONVERTIBLE 2001 CLK Mercedes 320, silver, black roof, black leather, automatic, 18inch alloys, very clean for the year, 6,995€ 672 550 037 (209777)

20 - 26 February 2014 / Costa del Sol 2003 VAUXHALL CORSA 1.7 DTI, diesel, 3 door in good condition throughout, new ITV, a cheap p/x bargain, 1,995€ 672 550 037 (209777) VARIOUS CARS available, lhd, rhd, 4x4s, automatic, manual, petrol & diesels from €1,000 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 / 600 868 056 (209777) 2006 CITROEN C4 automatic, in black, alloys, very good condition throughout, 6,995€. 672 550 037 (209777) CITROEN XSARA 1.6 automatic, one owner from new, in very good condition throughout, 2,750€. 672 550 037 (209777)

PEUGEOT 207, 5 door, diesel, 2008, silver, very good throughout, 1 owner, appx 50 mpg, only 5,995€ 672 550 037

2002 MAZDA NX3, convertible, Spanish lhd, convertible with air con, drives great, 3,750€. 672 550 037 (209777)

DIESEL automatic estate, Peugeot 407, 2006, fully loaded, inc sat nav, full panoramic roof, alloys, digital air con, immaculate car, 6,995€ 672 550 037 (209777)

RANGE ROVER SPORT 2.7 TDI HSE, 2007, auto, Spanish LHD, sat nav, black, cream leather, 127,000km, full history, immaculate, 21,000 euros inc transfer. 663 208 787 (221345)

2009 FIAT Doblo van, extra long wheel base, 1.9 diesel, multijet, 1 owner, very good condition throughout, electric windows, air con, CD player, 4,995€. 672 550 037 2002 MERCEDES Convertible 230 Kompressor, in black, very nice car, last of the old model, fully loaded as the final edition, 7,995€ 600 868 056 (209777) 2000 FORD F350 Monster pick-up, lhd, English plates, only 19,000miles from new, in excellent condition throughout, 5.7 v8 diesel, must be seen, 12,995€ 672 550 037 / 952 585 813 2010 PEUGEOT 306 diesel, only 70,000kms, in silver, excellent condition throughout, only 8,950€ 672 550 037 (209777) 2010 PEUGEOT 308 1.6 diesel in silver, 70,000kms, like new, 8,750€ 672 550 037 AUDI A3 1.8, Turbo Sport line, LHD/UK plates, 65,000kms, in excellent condition, 4 new tyres, 3 door. 3,995€ 672 550 037 (209777) 2002 PORSCHE 911 966 Carrera Four in pristine condition throughout, lhd on Spanish plates, low kms, with full Porsche service history, 22,950€ 672 550 037 (209777)

MOVING back to UK? Renault Espace 2003, 7 seater, UK plates, MOT June 2004, 12 months tax, €2,900. 657 993 220 (221010) BLACK Opal Zafira CDTI 1.9 2007. Seven seater, new ITV, 7,000 euros. Silver Saab Turbo SE 2 ltr soft top, new ITV 78,000km, 5,750 euros ONO. Tel 952 890 847 (222042) MERCEDES CLK 320, 2000, superb condition, genuine 57.500 km, 11.250€, for full details and fotos email: or 634 165 029 (207712) 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 (215826) MASSIVE DISCOUNT RANGE ROVER Sport (diesel) automatic HSE. TDV8 2007 metallic midnight blue, cream leather, sat/nav. This jeep is immaculate with only 146,000klm (91,000mls). Service history, parking sensors and lots more, look at this bargain, WAS 27,995€. NOW ONLY 24,995€. 952 838 842 / 608 950 221 bill (215826)

2006 RANGE ROVER Sport HFE, black with black leather, fully loaded, Spanish lhd, 150,000kms with full Range Rover service history, very nice condition throughout, 17,995€ 672 550 037

AUTOMATIC Convertible Renault Megane 2.0 litre, inj 2005 from private owner, only 82,000klm (51,000mls), full service history from Renault metallic gold, half leather, full electric pack, light and wiper sensors, glass roof that folds into boot, a great opportunity at only 6,995€. 952 838 842 / 608 950 221 (215826)

2007 MERCEDES B Class 200 diesel, automatic, in alpine white, lots of extras, inc alloys, half leather, climate control etc, excellent condition throughout, only 8,995€ 672 550 037 (209777)

AUTOMATIC/Diesel Citroen C4 2008, 5 door, 33,000klm. Metallic gold, climate control, alloy wheels, great business or family car, health forces sale, a very scarce car and only 6,995€. 952 838 842 / 608 950 221 (215826)

CONVERTIBLE/Cabrio Peugeot 307 CC 1.6 INJ, 2005 only 80,000klm (49,000mls) with service history from private owner, get ready for the summer at this low price, metallic black/black check trim, alloys, dual climate control and lots more yes, its only 5,995€. 952 838 842 / 608 950 221 (215826) PRICE SLASHED - MOTOR-HOME Benimar Sport 300 2009 Mdl. Ford Transit 2.2 TDCI,130.HP,CV. only 59’000 Klm (37’000 Mls.) 6 berth 6 belted seats Air-Conditioned, full central heating, Alarm, rear view camera, shower, toilet, 120 Ltr. water tank, 3 gas hob, fridge/freezer, DVD. This camper is immaculate WAS 28’995€, NOW ONLY 26,995€. 952 838 842 / 608 950 221 (215826) JAGUAR XJ6, Sovereign 1992, 98,000kms, recent ITV, best offer over 2,000 euros. 617 423 095 (222017) PRICE SLASHED VW POLO 1.4, 5 door 2010/11 metallic gunmetal grey, alloy wheels, looks fantastic, bought from main dealer, Sara Motors, leaving Spain, WAS 7,995€, NOW 7,600€, 952 838 842 / 608 950 221 (215826) GREAT VALUE Seat Ibiza 1.4 inj hatchback 2001, only 42,000klm (26,000mls), only used as holiday car, metallic silver, air conditioning, just been serviced, electric windows, locking and much more, yes it’s only 2,995€. 952 838 842 / 608 950 221 (215826) VW TIGUAN automatic/diesel + Motion 2.0 TDI. 2009 one private owner 50,000klm (31,000mls), bought and serviced by Safa Motors, Marbella as their top model, even has parallel parking camera, sat/nav, too many extras to list (see web page), cost 37,000€ new, my price only 19,995€. 952 838 842 / 608 950 221 (215826)



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. 951 400 189 695 913 592 (207809) MOBILE MECHANIC will come to your home or work. Servicing, repairs, ITVs & diagnostics. Call Mick on 617 553 072 (206444) BRITISH MECHANIC WORKSHOP. Repair, service & ITV to all makes of cars, vans and 4 x 4s. Call Steve 951 914 025 or 605 407 369. Poligono Las Perales, Mijas Costa. britmechanicspain@ (217674)

REPAIRS AUTO ELECTRONICS SPECIALIST. Car diagnostics, fault finding, part repair or replacement. CAR AUDIO, ECU, ABS, AIRBAGS, IMMOBILISERS, FUEL PUMPS and many more. Mob 685 222 433 (215370)

TYRES MOBILE TYRE FITTING. All brands, Competitive prices, 24/7 call outs. 627 352 860 / (201569)


RENT to own your next car, modern, well maintained quality cars, all inclusive rates. Call AutoOasis on 952 623 297 or w w w. a u t o o a s i s e u r o p e . c o m (215834) MAZDA 5, 2.0 Sportive, 7 seater, silver, very good condition. €6,250 Tel 952 668 342 (217572) CHRYSLER 2.5L turbo 4 door, small American saloon, air con, CD, stereo, 5 speed, manual, new ITV, Spanish reg. Excellent condition 1,195€. 693 357 000 (218653) OPEL Corsa 1.3, 1 previous lady owner, excellent condition, MP3 Stereo, 1,095€. 640 291 709 (218653) LADY selling 2004 Peugeot 307 XR 1.6, superb condition, CD stereo, air condition, 2,750€. 648 662 659 (218653) CITROEN C4 exclusive, 1.6, 5 door, family hatchback, 2005, silver, ITV, top of range car for only 2,995 euros. Tlf 602 533 508 (221344) ALL VEHICLE’S PURCHASED WITH OR WITHOUT PAPER’S FREE COLLECTION 652 031 436 (201684)

I BUY ANY CAR. 602 533 508 (218504) WANTED CARS AND VANS, FREE COLLECTION, SAME DAY 693 028 325 (101382) WANTED. CARS & JEEPS & camper vans for cash. All makes, LHD, any condition. 693 357 000 (215821) 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 AND VANS, ANY REGISTRATION, INSTANT CASH, FINANCE/EMBARGO UK OR SPANISH 693 028 325 (101382)


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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 (209777)

PAINTING & DECORATING guaranteed quality and a good price, OAP rates, call Roger 633 382 262 (215277)


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 (216552) CAR’S VAN’S ANY REGISTRATION WANTED TOP PRICES FREE COLLECTION FROM ANYWHERE 652 031 436 (201684) Immediate cash paid for any UK or Spanish registered car. Jon 610 417 100 (221395)

MUSIC DAVE C CLARKE, guitarist, vocalist, pianist, ex-Cunard. Specialising in popular Spanish guitar. Available solo or combo. Parties / weddings / class restaurants, dinner dances. Huge repertoire. Details 00350 200 43393 (201704)

NAUTICAL 12 MTR BERTH in Puerto Banus available to rent, €6,000pa. 15 MTR BERTH in Estepona Marine for sale, very good position for sail boats, also DEEP. €45,000. Tel 609 044 965 (215851) BENALMADENA 18 metre (60ft) berth for sale, 19,000€. 693 357 000 (218653)

OSTEOPATH 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 (201741)


PEST CONTROL. British - Best Prices. Fully Qualified. Bar Contracts. Call Local Pest 952 449 591 (221399) 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)

KENNELS EURODOG Boarding Kennels and Cattery. Under new ownership, fully licensed and sanitary approved, long/short term. Mijas Costa Tel 697 731 171 (207324)

PET INSURANCE PROTECTAPET. Spain’s leading pet insurance. 965 756 371. (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: or (206497)

HUSBAND & WIFE TEAM. Painting/Interior design. Free estimates. Graham - 607 923 486 (217682) PAINTING, Plumbing and General Build Works, Refurb and Reforms at competitive prices. Free quotation contact tel: 625 200 205 (217675)

PETCARE PET HOTEL. Alhaurin el Grande. Holiday accommodation for dogs and cats. Heated/Air conditioned kennels available. Tel: 952 112 284 / 685 400 216 www.petcares (208106) 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 (219463)


SELWO: Cosy townhouse, 180m2, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large garden, car port. No agents. 169,950€ Tel 644 132 738 (217683) Apartments and villas for sale at advantageous prices. Call 607 637 288, 952 462 302 (202945)



PLUMBER: All aspects, gas/electric boilers. Kitchens, bathrooms, repairs & installations. Gary 669 615 334 / 952 576 296 (215706)

FAIRWAYS Marbella Property Management, Real Estate, Property Maintenance, letting service. Tel 693 596 558, info@fair, www.fair (201703)


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)

REPLACE your broken swimming pool tiles without draining your pool by utilising the very latest in underwater grouting and adhesives, quickly and efficiently. Call Lee at AquaTile Tel. 69 7529 677 (215342)

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)

ALL aspects of house and garden maintenance. Property care and decorating/gardening/landscaping. Reliable service, excellent rates. Free quotes, call Chris 603 563 496. enquiriesatchrisdoyle1 (221311)

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)

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


PROPERTY FOR SALE REDUCED Torreblanca, large 3 bedroom townhouse with parking. 169,000€. Tel 659 446 482 (222001) T1

PET TRANSPORTATION by road. Complete service from professional licensed kennels. 630 197 435 (209640)




LEAK DETECTION and REPAIR. 25 years on the Coast. Clear Flow Group. Telephone 952 885 661 or 630 200 600 (219581)




30 YEARS ON THE COAST. I cover all aspects of plumbing & general maintenance. Graham 607 923 486 (217682)

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 (218548)

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 (219547)

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)

NEED a Plumber all aspects covered. No call out charge. Honest reliable service. Call James Tel.954 059 041 Mobile.667 876 754. (221356)

ACCOMPANY your pets to their new home. Fully licensed pet transport service. Denise 952 197 187 / 696 233 848 (215263)

LAGUNA KENNELS AND CATTERY. Your pets lovingly cared for by English mother and daughter. Near Coin. lagunakennels@hot Tel 952 112 021 / 606 838 983 (215765)

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. (209640)

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)

PROP MAINTENANCE GET your apartment/villa/garden ready for summer. All aspects covered. Coast & campo. 661 717 894 (221329)

BENALMADENA, 2 bedroom apartment, furnished, top floor, close to beach, panoramic sea views, pool, parking, 500 euros. 666 517 479 (217738) VILLA, San Pedro Beach/Nueva Andalucia, long term 3,500€ or short term. Apartment Nueva Andalucia 130,000€. Tel 647 222 295 (221328) Over 900 properties for long term rent. 671 093 925 (217721) LONG LET, Puerto Banus, tastefully furnished townhouse, 2 beds, 2 baths, garden and pool, first line, Aloha golf course, contact Julie 634 032 397 (222026) TOWNHOUSE Playa Golf, Torrequebrada, 2 bed, 2 bath, private garden, furnished, fantastic mountain & sea views, very clean, €650pm. 634 123 652 (209777) LOVELY country house in Coin. Front covered porch area with bbq, living room with open fire, American kitchen, 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. The finca is fully fenced, entrance gates, parking area, 8x4 swimming pooland is 6km from Coin. Built: 85m2. Land 500m2 Price: 550€. TLF: 656 917 342 (REF AQ_F789) (209350) COUNTRY house in Alhaurin el Grande. Front covered porch area, living room with fireplace, 2 bedrooms and bathroom. Outside is a bbq area, swimming pool and gardens with lovely views. Built 70m2. Land: 3,000m2. Price 500€. TLF: 656 917 342 (REF AQ_F-743) (209350)

CLASSIFIEDS MARBELLA, BANUS 3 or 1 bedroom, 2 bath, big elegant, fully equipped, gardens, pool, Jacuzzi, garage. Tel +34 637 439 222 (215889) PENTHOUSE near El Corte Ingles, Mijas Costa. 2 beds, 2 baths, lounge, kitchen and fantastic sunnny terrace. 475€ p/m. Tel 696 928 610. (221375) rental properties required for waiting clients. 622 881 029 (221001)

PROPERTY WANTED Properties urgently required for long term rent, clients waiting. 671 093 925 (217721) WE HAVE Scandinavian and English clients for Villas, Townhouses, Apartments and Plots, from Malaga to Estepona. Also rentals. Tel TINA 634 328 703 (218015)

PSYCHIC PSYCHIC Tarot Reader, accurate predictions. Positive life altering experience, Torremolinos, 40 euros per hour. Visits arranged, all areas. Edgar 634 922 224. My Global Predictions. (221438)

PUMPS / WELLS WATERWELLS. Waterwell drilling, well pumps, irrigation, pump tests, pressure pumps. SL. Established on the coast since 1995. Web page Enquiries 629 978 801 / fax 952 793 250 (217672)

REFORMS QUALITY professional Polish workers. Total reforms to maintenance work. Andres 687 898 433 (215900)


NATIONAL / INTERNATIONAL REMOVALS Local and International. Full and part loads taken please call 952 816 582 (201301) EUROPA SPECIALIST. Combitrans Movers. 952 775 300 (206488) USA SPECIALIST Combitrans Movers. 952 775 300 (206488) STORAGE SPECIALIST. Combitrans Movers. 952 775 300 (206488)

REMOVAL / STORAGE LOCAL and INTERNATIONAL SPECIALIST. Combitrans Movers. 952 775 300 (206488) 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 (218548) 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 (93139) 15 CUBIC metre van returning to the UK 28th February. Space available. Tel. 639 928 090 (217649) INTERNATIONAL and European Removals. Expert removals worldwide. www.uni Tel: 951 247 834 (206460) UK - SPAIN Removals. Masses of experience. New clean vehicles. Insured with AXA. Genuinely CARING service. FULL and part moves. ONLINE QUOTES!! 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 (215477)


CAR TRANSPORT AND RECOVERY. UK-SPAIN-UK. Established 5 years. Do you need your car transported? We also transport boats, plant and machinery. Fully insured. Call Martin on 0044 7970 861141 or email martin.emer (221205)

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) 2 MEN, VAN €30 HOUR. 651 081 610 (201697) LARGE LUTON VAN and man. €20 per hour, packing crates supplied. Kevin 628 993 995 (201746) MAN&VAN, removals, collections, clearances, 15euros hourly, Steve 722 306 194 (221149) 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 (215820) MAN with large van. For removals and house clearance etc. All areas. Tel 676 586 262 (221156) MAN AND VAN, all areas, 2 vans, 4 men available. 100% reliable. 637 066 114 / 663 530 614, 30€ per hour (201744)

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

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 (215765)

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 (101730) ROLLER shutter repairs, 7 days a week, conversion from manual to motorised, new installations. All areas covered. Coast and inland. 655 825 931 (215944)


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)

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@hot (216546)

SIGNS & DESIGNS DO YOU NEED A SIGN FOR YOUR BUSINESS? Illuminated, LED, Neon, Banners, Vehicles, Pavement Signs, Printed/Embroidered Wo r k w e a r 952 796 299 / 639 133 135 (218606)

SITUATIONS VACANT DO YOU CARE? If so, why not 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) CASTLE HILL are an online gaming specialist recruitment agency. Please visit for Marketing, Technology, Operations and Language jobs in Gibraltar or send your CV to (221297)



SALES PEOPLE/self generated. Product, every home needs one. High earnings, fast payout. Phone Peter 952 857 680 / (222169) SALES EXECUTIVE: Leading, successful, online payment service provider - MultiSafepay - is looking for native Belgians, Germans and Italians to sell our payment solutions to the respective local Online Merchants from our International office in the Marbella area. We will train the right young, dynamic and ambitious persons. Experience with sales and cold calling on the phone is expected. We offer a competitive salary and the possibility to join a highly dynamic and professional team of 40+ people. To apply, send your CV with photo to: - marked “EW Sales Executive”. (207711) FEMALES & couples required, 18-70, for adult website modelling. Good rates. Call 966 182 714 (221306) ADVERTISING CONSULTANTS required. English/Intermediate Spanish speakers to sell advertising space within Estate Agents’ presentation folders. Self employed position and commission based. Send CV to (221432)

SITUATIONS WANTED I AM a Web and Graphic Designer looking for work, permanent or freelance, call Graham on 0034 951 242 127 (222057)


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UDI’S S1, the car that would see the brand dominating the World Rally Championship, is back as a road-going version. The German manufacturer presented the S1 and the S1 Sportback, the new flagship models in the compact A1 model line. The 2.0 TFSI engine fitted with a turbocharger develops 170 kW and produces up to 370 Nm of torque. The two-litre engine accelerates the Audi S1 and the S1 Sportback

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Mijas Bowls Club MIJAS Bowls Club held its annual prize giving dinner at the Restaurante El Guaje in Los Boliches. Following the meal the prizes were distributed by the President, Geoff Collins, to the worthy winners and finalists. Winners awarded prizes were Geraldine Robinson and Tony Land (Singles), Tony Thornton (Handicap Singles), Ron and Pam Cole (Drawn Pairs) and Peter Allard, Geoff Collins and Charles McIntyre (Drawn Triples.) On Sunday, March 16, Mijas Bowls Club will be holding a ‘Come and try it’ session for beginners and also experienced bowlers who may not have thought about bowling in Spain up to now. Further details will be published shortly.

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Revenge for Gunners Tony Matthews International Sports A former football player and the world’s most prolific author of football books (more than 100 published), Tony is also the sports reporter for Spectrum Radio and lives in the Cabrera mountains.

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DIARY OF EVENTS * Football: In the Champions League, Manchester City met Barcelona on Tuesday and last night, it was Arsenal-Bayern Munich. * Tonight, the Europa League continues with Spurs playing Dnipro (Ukraine). * PL matches this weekend include ArsenalSunderland, Chelsea-Everton, Crystal Palace-Manchester United, Liverpool-Swansea, Manchester CityStoke, Norwich-Spurs and WBAFulham; the Championship’s top games are Burnley-Nottingham Forest, Charlton-QPR and LeicesterIpswich; it’s Brentford-Wolves in FL1 and Wycombe-Chesterfield in FL2; in the SPL, it’s Hearts v runaway leaders by 21 points, Celtic, while Rangers play Stenhousemuir in SL1. * The Winter Olympics continue until Sunday. * Warrington Wolves meet Sydney Roosters in Rugby League’s

Golden girl of the Olympics LAST Friday, Lizzy Yarnold (25) won GB’s first gold medal of the 2014 Winter Olympics.. After producing a brilliant final run, she finished 0.97 seconds ahead of USA’s Noelle Pikus-Pace in the women’s skeleton bob. Lizzy follows in the footsteps of Amy Williams, who won this event in Vancouver 2010. * GB’s other eight LIZZY YARNOLD: Won GB’s ‘winter’ golds: 1924: Men/curling, first gold medal of the 1936: Men/ice hockey, 1952: Jeannette Altwegg/figure skating, 1964: Tony Winter Olympics. Nash & Robin Dixon/two-man bobsleigh, 1976: John Curry/figure skating, 1980: Robin Cousins/figure skating, 1984: Torvill & Dean/figure skating and 2002: Women/curling. World Challenge in Australia on Saturday and the 2014 Six Nations tournament continues this weekend with Wales v France, also on Saturday, followed by England v Ireland and Italy v Scotland on Sunday. * Next Wednesday England’s cricketers play the West Indies in a One Day International in Antigua and the World Track Cycling competition starts in Colombia.

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Good fencing FUENGIROLA fencing club organised their second competition for foil fencing categories M15 and M17. Lucia Casares and Ester Hernandez from the San Pedro fencing club competed in the M17 class. Both girls normally fence with epee. Nevertheless Lucia won every bout and came first and Ester was third. Marta Rivas has also had good results in the national competitions.


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Record-breaking goals Last Saturday, Lionel Messi scored his 336th and 337th goals for leaders Barcelona in a 6-0 win over Rayo Vallecano. This breaks the record for most goals scored for a Spanish club, which was held by Bilbao’s Telmo Zarra, who netted 335 between 1940 and 1956. TO READ MORE VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.EUROWEEKLYNEWS.COM

Crucial clash after second defeat Dave Redshaw Malaga CF Reporter Dave Redshaw Dave is the author of ‘Malaga Football Club The Story’ available from Amazon.

MALAGA enter Saturday’s crucial clash at Almeria (kick-off 10pm) having suffered a second successive La Liga reverse, this time a 1-0 defeat Real Sociedad. MARBELLA RC’S U16, U14 and U12s took part in the Orange Rugby Challenge which is being held in various regions of Spain culminating in a Grand Final in Madrid at the beginning of May. The Andalucian clubs met in Sevilla on Saturday to decide which club will be going to the finals, points were awarded for first, second and third place, with the club which has the most points

The Costa del Sol outfit had boss Bernd Schuster sat in the stands at La Rosaleda as he completed a two-match touchline ban, while midfielder Camacho was forced into an emergency centre-half role with the unfit Weligton on the bench and Sanchez ruled out through suspension. It was the San Sebastian club that started much the better of the two sides,

Seferovic and Vela both trying their luck with early efforts before the latter put them ahead after just 10 minutes. Winger Griezmann and defender Angel combined well down the left for the visitors and Angel’s low ball into the box was easily turned home by the former Arsenal man, giving goalkeeper Caballero no chance. Malaga reacted positively to the setback

and new man Iakovenko, on loan from Fiorentina, tried to force home a cross from Amrabat only to connect with Martinez’s elbow, and he was forced to leave the pitch with blood gushing from his head. The Ukrainian returned to the action minutes later heavily bandaged, yet for the rest of the half Los Blanquiazules were restricted to long-range efforts that failed to trouble ‘keeper Bravo. The hosts continued to press after the break and began to dominate after Duda had entered the fray for the ineffective Portillo, although the final ball left a of matches and came out lot to be desired. as the champions of the However, their best tournament, which is a chance of the game arrived great achievement for the on 75 minutes when players who have been substitute Santa Cruz, on together for two or three for El Hamdaoui, got on the years now and grown into end of a right-wing cross their team both tech- only to see his header nically as individuals and saved by Bravo. united as a team. The Malaga then appeared to younger age groups had a run out of ideas. With the good day out in Sevilla, Basques content to run taking part in a fun down the clock for the tournament. remainder of the game, The Senior team had a they claimed the points tough challenge this without further alarm to week, having to face the leave Schuster’s men just league leaders Almeria one place and three points and losing 0 to 47. clear of the relegation zone.

Marbella youngsters do well in the Orange Rugby Challenge going through. The U16s had a relatively easy group to get through to the semifinal and final, having done well in these matches the tough semifinal against Puerto Santa Maria was approached with intensity and with a desire to win which showed on the scoreboard. Finally having got to the final which was played immediately after the semi against the home team, Ciencias, they just couldn’t keep up the momentum and came out

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