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HIGH-SPEED CHASE: Three policemen were thrown into the sea when their boat collided with the smugglers’ powerful launch. FOUR alleged drug smugglers have appeared in court after t h e y re s c u e d t h re e Guardia Civil officers who fell into the sea during a boat chase. The Spaniards were all remanded in custody by a Torremolinos judge on Monday October 7. The policemen from the Provincial Maritime Service of Ceuta were thrown into the sea when their boat collided with the powerful launch being used by the suspected drugs traffickers off the coast of Mijas. Their now unmanned boat was left spinning out of con-

trol at full throttle, posing a serious risk to the safety of the crew in the water. Luckily for them they were being supported by a Guardia Civil helicopter. Seeing what had happened, the aircrew used their tannoy to order the suspects -

who had continued on their way - to halt and rescue the policemen. This they dutifully did, perhaps fearful of the consequences if anyone drowned. As soon as they were hauled aboard unharmed, the three Guardia Civil ar-

rested the four-man crew of the launch. More than 80 bundles of hashish were found on board weighing approximately 3,000 kilos. Sources from the High Court of Justice of Andalucia (TSJA) on Monday reported that the men are being investigated for crimes against public health, membership of a criminal group, causing damage and injuries. If they had not stopped to help, the sources indicate, they would have committed a crime of omission of the duty to help, itself a serious offence.



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YESTERDAY was the 20th anniversary of the death of Rocio Wanninkhof, one of the most notorious and highly publicised murders ever in Spain. British barman Tony King, aged 32 at the time of the killing, was later convicted of her murder, and that of another young woman, Sonia Carabantes. But not before Dolores Vazquez - the lesbian lover of Rocio’s mother - had served 17 months for the murder having been unjustly convicted in Spain’s first ever trial by jury. Tony Alexander King is currently serving a sentence for the killings in Herrera de la Mancha jail (Ciudad Real). He is not due to be released until 2059. On October 9, 1999, Rocio, aged 19, had been with her boyfriend, Antonio Jose Dorado, in her house in La Cala de Mijas. She wanted to go to the fair in Fuengirola and went home to take a shower and meet her partner again. She never arrived. Everyone seemed to know everyone in La Cala in those days, and Rocio - who was half Dutch, half Spanish - was a popular young woman. Hundreds of people joined the search for her. A neighbour and family friend put up a reward of 25 million pesetas (€150,000) for information about

SHOCKING: The quiet seaside town of La Cala was rocked by the murder of Rocio (inset). her whereabouts. Finally, on November 2, Rocio was found. Her body had been dumped near the tennis club Altos del Rodeo in Marbella, 28 kilometres from the place where she had disappeared. She had eight stab wounds in the back and one in the chest, as well as numerous bruises. Under pressure from press and public to find the killer, investigators turned their attention to Dolores Vazquez, a Galician woman with whom Rocio’s mother, Alicia Hornos, had a sentimental relationship. She was arrested on October 7, 2000, one year after the murder. Sources close to the case told Efe that

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Remembering Rocio

she was suspected not because of her relationship with Hornos, but because in the area where the young woman disappeared a red Toyota Celica with two men inside was seen. Vazquez owned the same model and colour of car. A few more details convinced the offi-

cers that Vazquez might have been involved in the crime, although not all the investigators agreed with her arrest and some considered that there was not enough evidence against her. Nonetheless Vazquez went to trial and was found guilty by a people’s jury. She was sentenced to 15 years in prison. But in February 2002 the Superior Court of Justice of Andalucia ordered a retrial. But then 17-year-old Sonia Carabantes was murdered in Coin. She had been sexually assaulted and strangled. DNA samples collected in the case matched those of a cigarette butt found at the site of Rocio’s disappearance. These samples belonging to Tony Alexander King, a British resident of Alhaurin el Grande. In the UK he had been known as the Holloway Strangler after serving time for several sexual assaults. His wife reported that on the day of Rocio’s disappearance, the suspect arrived home with blood stains on his shirt. The case against Dolores Vazquez was dismissed. Tony King was sentenced to 19 years in prison for Rocio’s murder. This was added to the 36 years in prison he was serving for the murder of Sonia and seven years for the attempted rape in 2001 of a woman in Benalmadena.


Cancer project A CANCER support group is reaching out to help women undergoing mastectomy. The Knitted Knockers Association of Costa del Sol is providing kits to every AECC Centre in Andalucia. Knitted Knockers aims to provide knitted breast pads for women who have had a breast removed. Each AECC centre will have a supply of knitted knockers and information to hand out to women being treated for breast cancer. The kits will also include samples of knitted knockers in various sizes. Maria Bailey, Knitted Knockers Costa del Sol President, said: “We hope that each centre will display the kits in their treatment rooms, as in Fuengirola.” The group hopes the project being funded by La Cala Lions will help make the project known to the wider Spanish community.


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OCTOBER 31 - BE-UNITED DAY LET’S BE-UNITED AND SUPPORT ORPHANS IN OUR AREA IN THE MOST SPOOKTACULAR WAY! IN the run up to BREXIT and all of its chaos, we at EWN want to show how communities CAN work brilliantly together - Spanish and expats - while bringing sunshine into the lives of children in the care of Malaga’s Ciudad de los Niños orphanage. We are going to host the most SPOOKTACULAR Halloween party ever, bringing all of the youngsters from the orphanage along, and hopefully make October 31 ‘B for Be-united Day’ rather than BREXIT DAY. And EVERYBODY is welcome all nationalities! EWN’s CEO Michel Euesden said: “October 31 is a big day for British people living here in Spain. We have chosen Spain as our homeland, we own businesses, we pay taxes, we contribute to the community both financially and also with our charitable actions. “We are going to make October 31 a day of fun and fundraising and combine it with Halloween.” EWN staff are all dressing up for Halloween and are taking over and decorating a Peña in the Feria ground in Fuengirola. Michel explained: “We spoke to Brother John (Hermano Juan Correa) from CIUDAD DE LOS NIÑOS orphanage in Malaga recently. There are 46 children of all nationalities at the orphanage, which cannot accept cash donations, as it is supported by the Andalucian Government to just take care of the youngsters’ basic needs. “We were amazed to discover the orphanage gets a clothes allowance of €40 per child to last three months. What can a growing child get for €40? After basics, not a lot. “We want as a community to raise enough for a voucher of €100 per child to last three months - November, December and January - to buy slippers, a dressing gown, Christmas jumper, those sorts of things.” This will involve raising €4,600. “We also want to be able to give them a personalised toiletry bag each containing extra items they need. We are looking at €30 each, which totals €1,380.”

Thirdly, the government kindly subsidises the orphanage, but they do not provide Christmas treats. So, let’s create customised baskets full of goodies, a maximum of €50 each child. That’s another €2,300. So, the total needed to give the 46 children of all nationalities the most remarkable three months they have experienced is €8,280. A GOFUNDME page has been set up so that everyone can see how this huge community effort is getting along and to make it easier to help. Check out our Facebook and website to find out more. We are going to make sure the children have a fantastic Halloween and we want to make this party the best ever, and we need your help. EWN will be providing the youngsters with fancy dress outfits and we have got three local make-up artists coming along to do face painting, there will be two ponies there on the day. Richard and Corinne from Furniture World are giving their time and food and will be there with their special grills. But we need toffee apples, games, raffle prizes etc, as well as clowns and entertainers. Restaurants out there could donate sausage rolls, chilli, fresh bread or cakes to help make this a super special night. “Could you as a parent or grandparent support your child or grandchild for €40 for three months, I know I couldn’t. This isn’t about giving these children something for now, it’s about giving them hope and dreams. “This is just the first stage of our long-term plan. It is not a Euro Weekly event, but a COMMUNITY ONE.


A BIG thank you to Gary Lewis of Spectrum Radio and Cool Deals for starting off the donation activity! See our list of other contributors on page 4.

*If you have items to donate, contact the newsdesk on 951 386 161, via Facebook @euroweeklynews or our website

See you on October 31. Be-United!


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BE-UNITED: A BIG THANK YOU TO THE FIRST OF MANY! Thank you to the following people for starting off the donations to for our Spooktacular event in aid of Malaga’s Ciudad de Los Niños orphanage! You have got the ball rolling and we will all Be-United in the name of a great cause! Garry Lewis at Spectrum Radio and Cool Deals: A substancial donation Sandro at Villa Tiberia, Marbella: 50 portions of home-made tiramisu and 200 euros Steve & Michele Saunders at the popular Little Geranium restaurant in La Cala de Mijas: 100 portions of beef bourguignon Jon Thomson at Puente Romano: 2 nights stay at the world renowned, breathtakingly luxurious Puente Romano hotel on the Golden Mile in Marbella, valued at 1,000 euros

Migrants landed SPANISH coastguards have rescued 57 sub-Saharan migrants and brought them to Malaga port. N ine of them were women with one child, and they were found in waters n e a r M a l a g a P r o v i n c e ’s

shores. The authorities had been alerted by an NGO in Morocco that a boat had sailed from the N orth African countr y and was heading for Spain, so an air and sea search mission was started.

Fun of the Fair THE Feria in honour of Our Lady of the Rosar y ends in Fuengirola this Saturday night. There are three musical performances left with indie musician and former member of Los Planetas Iván Ferreiro appearing tonight (Thursday), Virginia Gámez on Friday night and Diana Navarro on Saturday night. All appearances will be at the FERIA: Fuengirola still has three days to go. Palacio de la Paz but there will be no seating on Thursday night and tickets for each show can be purchased online at or at the venue. In order to ensure the safety and comfort of visitors to the fair, 50 officers from the Local Police have been allocated duties so that there are always a number on patrol whilst the fair is open. Aware of the amount of rubbish accumulated during the opening hours, a team of cleaners will also work in shifts in order to keep the area clean.


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New law for pet owners DOG owners in Benalmadena now have to carry a bottle of soapy water with them to clean up their pet’s pee. A new by-law makes them responsible to wash down any urine their animal’s deposit on the street or street furniture. Failure to do so could result in a fine, with Mayor Victor N avas saying the move was designed to avoid unpleasant smells and deal

with potential health issues. Initially Local Police officers will inform pet owners about the obligation to carry a bottle of water each time they walk their dogs, but fines will soon be issued. The Velarde Dog’s Club has collaborated in the development of a bottle that can be hung directly on the leash, making it easier for owners to take it with them every time they leave home with their pet.

Teams celebrate success YOUNG sports starlets have been congratulated for their competitive success. The mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, congratulated the female team of Costa del Volley of San Pedro Alcantara at a reception in the town hall to celebrate their success.

The female players won the Championship of Andalucia as well as being declared the best player of the Noelia Mena championship. In the same competition, the male team came third. In the national Championship of Spain the women achieved 17th place.

Beach cash for repair works MALAGA towns are to share €360,000 to help pay for emergency repairs to beaches damaged in the September storms. The lion’s share of the central government cash will go to Torremolinos, Fuengirola, Malaga and Rincon de la Victoria. In total, the government has allocated €1.3 million to the Andalucian provinces of Malaga, Almeria and Granada specifically for beach repairs, with work expected to be completed in three months.

TAKE CARE: Feria is fun, but beware of thieves.

Take extra feria care F U E N G I R O L A’ S f e r i a i s i n f u l l swing and continues until Saturday, but beware, it attracts more than fun-seekers. Thieves take advantage of the fact that houses and businesses are unoccupied at certain moments of the day to enter and ransack them. Apart from taking precautions in locking up homes and businesses, it’s important to keep in mind that many thieves work on site in the actual feria grounds. Special care must be taken because

professional pickpockets target fairs and festivals. Theft of personal belongings such as mobiles, wallets and/or purses containing cash, bank cards and personal documentation are the most common crimes at these events. Never should these items be left on tables, bars, chairs or stools as this action immediately makes them an easy target. Gentlemen’s wallets should always go in the front pocket, placing them in the back pocket makes them easy for pickpockets to snatch without the victim being aware of the incident.


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Crew wanted DUBAI-based global airline, Emirates, will be in Malaga on October 14 looking for new cabin crew. The recruitment process w ill ta k e p l a c e d u r i ng a n open day at Malaga City’s N H ho t e l f r o m 9 a m . T h e company will be looking to offer attractive packages including tax-free salaries and shared accommodation in Dubai. It’s recommended that applicants complete an online application on the Emirates Group Careers website before at t e n d i n g t h e O p en D ay, a l t h o u g h t h i s i s n o t mandatory. Candidates must however meet the minimum requirements which include being at leas t 2 1 y e a r s o l d an d have an a r m r e a c h o f 2 1 2 centimetres on tiptoes. More information: www.emiratesgroup


Train plan shelved PLAN S to extend the coastal railway as far as Estepona have been shelved once again. This is not a surprise. For the best part of two decades the ideas have been dusted down and presented as ‘vital’ to the future of transport on the Costa del Sol. Each time the presentations have coincided with elections of one form or another. So, what is a sur-

prise is that despite recent talk of finally getting the job done, the scheme has been filed away in the run up to a general election. This is normally the time when the plans are put forward, only to be quietly forgotten about once the elections are over. But the vice-president of the Junta de Andalucia regional government and leader of Ciudadanos in

the autonomous community, Juan Marin, acknowledged last Monday in Marbella that the project does not figure among the priorities of the Andalucian government. It won’t even include it on the long list of demands it makes to the central government. At a projected cost of between €2 billion and €5 billion, it is perhaps not too surprising.

Arrests made for shooting

DATE: Emirates Airlines will select cabin crew in Malaga on October 14.

TWO men have been arrested for a shooting incident that caused panic in the Malaga neighbourhood of Capuchinos. They are accused of crimes of public disorder and illegal possession of weapons. During the investigation, which has remained secret since the September 5 incident, four searches were made, with a pistol being seized. At around 9pm on the day of the incident, the sound of gunfire broke the tranquillity in Calle Juan de la Encina. In several videos recorded by witnesses from

balconies, numerous bangs can be heard and many people can be seen running to and fro. In a first video, four shots are heard, while seconds later another three are fired. The images also show men carrying large machetes and other weapons. At one point a motorcycle is knocked to the ground. Local and National Police then arrive at the scene and start collecting shell casings. Police say that the suspected cause of the incident is a dispute between two criminal gangs.


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Decision imminent LAST week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson told Parliament what amended proposals he had submitted to the EU in order for a Brexit deal to be agreed. Opposition party leaders were not supportive of the latest offers and it also appeared that EU negotiators were not convinced that they would be accepted. The PM spent much of the weekend on the telephone canvassing support from many of the European Heads of State. Following a conversation with France’s President Macron, it appears that a decision could be made as soon as tomorrow (Friday October 11). Officials welcomed what they referred to as ‘advances,’ but still have a number of problems with the

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ALTHOUGH opinion polls are no longer treated as if they are carved in stone, regular tracking polls with the same questions being asked every week are quite enlightening. In the case of the YouGov organisation, their regular enquiry as to how people thought that the government would meet the Brexit deadline has seen some huge swings of opinion. Back in July just 27 per cent of those canvassed expected the deadline to be met but, following the election of Boris Johnson as Conservative Party leader, this climbed to 45 per cent by early September. Now in the latest poll the expectation is down to 26 per cent but in another poll, a very high percentage of Conservative and Brexit Party voters do not consider, should an extension be required, that the Prime Minister is to blame as his hands are tied by Parliament.




Tracking polls


Sibling support AFTER losing the support of both his brother and sister, Boris Johnson had some good news from another of his team’s siblings, this time Jacob Rees-Mogg’s sister Annunziata, who is a Brexit Party MEP. She welcomed the new Brexit proposals contradicting party leader Nigel Farage.

Irish fears

BREXIT: Time for talking almost over. proposed new ‘divorce’ settlement. The new plan will see Northern Ireland stay in the European single market for goods but leave the customs union - resulting in new customs checks. In the event that the proposals are rejected, and the sticking point could well be over that border between Eire and Northern Ireland,

then there would, in theory, still be time for further negotiation before October 19 when the ‘Benn Law’ requires the PM to request a further delay in leaving. Despite Mr Johnson’s repeated statements that Britain would leave with no deal on October 31 and that he would rather be “dead in a ditch” than ask for a delay,

government papers submitted to a Scottish court said that he will comply with the law. Teams of British and EU government negotiators continue to meet in order to find the basis for a deal but, claiming to have made significant compromises, Britain says the EU side has to also compromise.

A REPORT from the ESRI organisation in Ireland suggests that a no-deal Brexit could push the Republic into unexpected recession and believes that their government should produce a new budget aimed at coping with such a result.

Jobs available DESPITE all of the no-deal rhetoric, both the Conservative Party and at least one Brexit Party MEP are reportedly advertising for staff to work with them in Brussels from November onwards as part of their European Parliament staffing.

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Night rail service call WEAPONS: Police found guns when they arrested burglars.

Burglary gang busted TWO alleged members of a gang of burglars that hit homes in Malaga and Fuengirola have been detained by police. So far, six robberies have been attributed to them. The network was based in the northern part of Malaga City, from there they travelled by car to other parts of the province to carry out raids. Their targets were mainly houses located in quiet areas, with each member of the gang having specific roles to play. Two were responsible for entering the houses and stealing, the third was responsible for perimeter surveillance and

being the getaway driver. From information obtained by intelligence investigators identified two suspects - a 24year-old man and a 19-year-old woman, both of Spanish nationality. They were arrested for their alleged involvement in the crimes of robbery with force, belonging to a criminal group and illegal possession of weapons. In addition to the vehicle allegedly used to commit the robberies, a shotgun, a carbine, a telescopic sight, several knives and jewellery, were seized. Police have not revealed details about the alleged third gang member.

TRAIN CALL: Politicians want a night service on the Malaga - Fuengirola line.

LOCAL politicians are demanding the coastal railway line extends its operating hours. They point out that although the airport is open 24 hours a day, passengers cannot use the railway to get to Costa del Sol destinations for six hours each night, with it closing before midnight for most of the year. The president of Malaga’s Provincial Council, Francisco Salado said: “It is obvious that we have a problem with

transport on the coast. It is absolutely necessary to extend the timetable of the Cercanias (local rail service) at night, basically because we are a territory that is oriented to leisure. “It should be done as a security issue, but also for tourism and for the benefit of the citizens themselves.” Salado also pointed out that there is no bus service at night, saying: “It is possible that there are large municipalities that are

isolated during the night.” In Torremolinos, for example, the last bus is at two in the morning. Salado said: “The ideal would be to have a night line throughout the coast, because at certain times of night there should be at least a minimum transport service.” Mayor of Benalmadena, Victor Navas, said: “Times change and the habits of users too, but I think the service is being managed like 30 years ago.”

Two arrested for rape TWO men aged 20 and 22 have been arrested by National Police for allegedly raping the exgirlfriend of one of them. The events occurred during the early hours of last Friday in Malaga, when the woman returned home and found her ex-partner waiting. He invited her up to his home, to which she agreed, according to police. Once in the house, the two men, both

Spanish, are alleged to have forced her to have sex and caused her injuries in the struggle. When the men fell asleep, the woman escaped. She then told her flatmate what had happened and both went to a hospital in Malaga, which activated the protocol for sexual assault. After receiving medical assistance, the woman was accompanied to the police station, where she filed a complaint.

Motorbike road death A MOTORBIKE rider was killed after apparently being hit from behind by a car near the Plaza Mayor shopping centre. The collision occurred around 8.10am on Tuesday. Medics, firefighters and Guardia Civil attended the scene, but nothing could be

done to save the victim. He had reportedly slowed down due to heavy traffic. The car driver was a 19-year-old woman. Tailbacks of several kilometres built up after the incident, which took more than an hour to clear, say police.


Next stop Fez

THE Moroccan city of Fez could soon be linked to the Costa del Sol by an air route. A delegation of diplomats and representatives of the tourism sector of the North African country met members of Malaga’s chamber of commerce to discuss ways in which the two regions can boost tourism and business links. Torremolinos in particular is a popular destination for Moroccan tourists and an air service from Malaga airport to Fez is seen as an essential way of boosting visitor numbers in both directions. Now the Fez Tourist Board has invited the chamber of commerce to an international conference in their city to discuss other ways of forming closer bonds.

Arrested accused of robberies A YOUNG man who allegedly broke into an old people’s home has been arrested accused of eight robberies. Staff at the home in Benalmadena on the Costa del Sol discovered a man in a locker room area. He was hooded and had been rifling the cabinets looking for valuables. After he fled, home workers discovered several items had gone missing and called in the police. An investigation started on September 15 with officers eventually identifying a 20-year-old suspect. They have linked him to eight crimes. Each time he broke doors in the early hours of the morning to enter establishments, and wore a cap or a hood to hide his identity.

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Cannabis club raid on the Costa del Sol POLICE have arrested four men who run a ‘marihuana club’ in Marbella, accused of a crime against public health. The men, of Russian, Lebanese and Dutch nationalities and aged between 22 and 47 years, are accused of drug trafficking and, police say, ran a point of sale dedicated to the distribution of marihuana and hashish. The investigation began when officers of the National Police detected in Marbella a premises linked to a club that favoured the ‘regularisation’ of cannabis. According to the investigation, the business had no other purpose than to promote the consumption and sale of drugs under the guise of a private association or club. During a raid police seized seized 440 grams of marihuana, 63 cigarettes, 10 containers containing THC and intervened €2,212. The arrested have been placed at the disposal of the courts.

SALES: Police claim drugs were sold.

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Freemasons meet Credit: Mijas Communicacion/C.Luque.

Helping little Antonio CLC World Foundation has donated €1,800 to Antonio, a 15month-old boy from Mijas who suffers from congenital muscular dystrophy. This will allow his family to cover the costs of the rehabilitation therapies he needs for the next three months. Mijas Town Council had asked the foundation for help when it became aware of Antonio’s plight. A cheque was handed over at a ceremony presided over by the mayor of Mijas, Josele González, together with representatives of the Foundation. The mayor said: “We must thank CLC World Foundation for this contribution. They did not hesitate for one minute to make this donation.” Antonio’s mother, Raquel Berlanga, thanked the foun-

HELP: A cheque was presented to help pay for Antonio’s treatment.

dation for its gesture: “We are very grateful for this help, it will help us move forward and is another little push for Antonio to carry the disease in a quieter way. “We would like to thank institutions such as the town council and the CLC World

Foundation, who help us on a day-to-day basis and also the people in the street who are also collaborating.” She explained that “Antonio is going through a quieter phase than last year; at respiratory level he is doing quite well; at motor level he


is a little delayed because of the nasogastric tube he has had for five months; and at digestive level it seems that things are going much better. “We are noticing the changes, he moves more, he has started talking, and he can now stand up.”

AN international meeting of Liberal Freemasons will be held in Malaga. Grand Master of the Grand Orient of France, Jean Philippe Hubsch will be visiting the city on October 18 and 19. A public conference will be held at headquarters of the Athenaeum of Malaga on Friday, October 18 preceded by a reception with personalities from the world of culture and politics. There will also be a ceremony to lay floral tributes at the Torrijos monument, in the Plaza de la Merced. Liberal adogmatic freemasonry is a philanthropic, philosophical and progressive institution, whose objective is the search for truth, the study of morality and the practice of solidarity. The organisation works for material and moral improvement, for the intellectual and social perfection of humanity. Its principles are mutual tolerance, respect for others and freedom of conscience. Unlike other branches of freemasonry, women and men are integrated into the lodges in absolute equality of conditions. Teresa Bellido, Venerable Master of the Tartessos Lodge, said: “In adogmatic Masonry, women participate as one more sister. There are women with high responsibilities, who are venerable teachers, who perform crucial jobs in the lodges. Any other option would be contrary to the Masonic message, to the essence of Freemasonry itself.” She explained that the organisation is non-denominational but that people of all religious beliefs are welcome. She said: “We are not against any belief and in our lodges the brothers and sisters are logically free to believe in what they want, or not. That remains for everyone. What is not allowed is religious or political proselytism within the lodges.”

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Free heart check-ups

New cars on the children’s ward ed by the charity Golfriends Puma Volkswagen, with charity organiser Carlos Coronil thinking up the idea. The Paediatric ward received the cars this week, with the department’s head nurse saying that it is a positive move which will help children settle into what can be a daunting environment. The cash to buy the cars

came from a monthly golf tournament organised by Carlos for the past five years. As well as helping the hospital, associations and other charities have also benefited. It may be a little while be-

fore the children drive to operations as the nursing staff want to see how other hospitals in Spain organise similar initiatives. In the meantime, children will be free to enjoy themselves by driving round the ward. Credit: You Tube via IMQ

YOUNGSTERS at Marbella’s Costa del Sol hospital now have two electric cars to drive themselves to tests and operations in. The idea is to help children overcome fear, stress and boredom in a difficult time. The cars have been donat-

FUN: Children will be encouraged to drive to operations (file photo).


ONE THOUSAND secondary school pupils in Estepona are to be given free heart checkups, the town council has announced. The aim is the early detection of cardiovascular diseases in 14-year-old students. Deputy mayor Begoña

Ortíz, explained that the tests include a clinical examination and an electrocardiogram, and will be held in private clinics and be funded by the town hall. If any anomalies are found then follow up tests will also be available, she said.

Fatal attack A MAN has gone on trial accused of murdering his exgirlfriend when she refused to get back together with him. The public prosecutor is asking that he be jailed for 30 years for murder with cruelty, breaking and entering and making threats. The events happened in Canteras (Murcia) in 2017. The prosecution case states that when the young woman

refused to return to ASC, he made the cold-blooded decision to travel from Malaga to Canteras to kill her. After getting a bus to Granada and on to Cartegena, he bought a ladder and a large knife. He then climbed up onto the balcony of his ex’s home and lay in wait for her. According to the prosecutor he attacked and seriously injured the woman on her return. As she lay seriously injured and unable to defend herself, he continued to stab her methodically, despite her screams of pain. Prosecutors allege he deliberately prolonged her death before she died from a wound to the lung. As well as the jail term, the prosecutor is asking for €180,000 compensation for the woman’s parents and €90,000 for her sister.

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NEWS CREDIT: Marbella Council

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Low cost street lighting MALAGA Provincial Council has put out to tender projects for the renovation of streetlights in 53 municipalities. The total value of the schemes is €3,279,271.41, with the grants going to towns and villages of under 20,000 inhabitants. In total, some 7,000 street lamps with LED technology will be installed, which have lower

energy consumption and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. An annual saving of €620,000 in electricity bills is expected to be achieved. Financing comes from the provincial government and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Operational Programme for Sustainable Growth 2014-2020.

PRESTIGE: Councillors met to discuss plans for a new hospitality college in Marbella.

New catering college plan A HOSPITALITY training centre to improve job prospects in the tourism industry is planned. Marbella Council and the Junta de Andalucia will join forces so the town once again has a catering college of Bellamar’s prestige. The mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, and the provincial employment delegate, Carmen Sánchez, held a meeting at the Consistory to advance this and other topics of interest to the municipality. Muñoz said: “We want Marbella to continue to maintain

tourist training facilities as important as the Bellamar School has been and in this sense we want that spirit to last. The council will contribute funds to have an infrastructure of this nature in our city. “If all administrations agree, Marbella will again have a large school and in this regard we have a great interlocutor in the Junta de Andalucia as is the Employment Delegate, who was director of the Bellamar.” Sánchez also assured that the Andalucian Government would work hard to bring the dream to reality.

She said: “We will do everything possible so that the municipality continues to have facilities of this nature because it is very necessary for the job placement of its students.” Other issues of interest to Marbella have also been addressed, such as the project to expand the office of the Andalucian Employment Service (SAE) of Marbella and the possibility of adding new vocational training courses in the city. Sanchez added: “We want to improve our headquarters to offer a more complete service to citizens.”

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Running for health PAVEMENT pounders a r e b e i n g e n c o u raged to go the extra mile for charity. Holiday World Hotel Re-

sort and Benalmadena Council is organising the second Half Marathon for the benefit of the Malaga Man Project next March.

Although it is the second y e a r t h a t H o l i d a y Wo r l d and the council have staged this half marathon in Benalmadena, it is the fifth Coastal Race they have organised for the benefit of Proyecto Hombre. The race will have three different levels. The half marathon of 21km is aimed at athletes while the less strenuous coastal race will offer options for 5km and 10km. The half marathon will pass through all Puerto Marina and will have a special price of €15 (instead of 17) if registration is made before January 31, 2020. The main objective is to promote healthy lifestyle habits through the Malaga Man Project and promote Benalmadena as a preferred destination for sports tourism. Runners can register at


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Nobu Restaurant, located in Puente Romano Marbella, has launched its new autumn Omakase Menu OMAKASE means in Japanese ‘I’ll leave it up to you’ and refers to chef’s selection. “I have chosen dishes that go well with these slight temperature changes we experience here in Marbella. “And this year there is the possibility to choose between three dishes of starters, mains

and desserts. “For example one of the signature dishes Salmon ‘New Style’ Sashimi suits the chilly nights as it’s served with instantly poured olive oil that lightly sears the fish. “ In a d d i t i o n B l a c k C o d Miso, a signature flavour that w o rk s f o r m e e v e r y t i m e , ”

comments Nobu Marbella Executive Chef Eleni Manousou. Nobu Restaurant & Lounge, t h e f i r s t No b u opened in Spain, is located in the centre of Puente Romano’s at lively ‘La Plaza.’ The famous and unique gastronomy hub offers a variety of restaurants and cocktail bars. Through diversi-

ty and innovation it attracts outgoing and passionate guests f r om all r ound the world. N obu A utumn O makase menu is served from Sunday to Thursday. Price per person 45€ For table reservations please call 952 778 686.


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A MOTHER and her young daughter died in a house fire in Laredo in Cantabria in the early hours of last Friday morning. According to Spanish media reports a neighbour alerted the emergency services that there was smoke coming out of a window and the door to the family home just before 2am. When firefighters arrived at the scene they found the apartment was filled with smoke. They came across the 49-yearold woman and the seven-yearold girl in a bedroom. The daughter was rushed to hospital while the emergency health team did what they could to resuscitate the mother, but without success. Both mother and daughter died from smoke inhalation, Spanish press said. It was also reported that although the fire was not a major blaze, the apartment was very small which made the smoke more concentrated.

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Two die in Cantabria house fire

TOXIC FUMES: Holidaymakers ended up in hospital after tank refilling mistake.

Acid cloud horror SIX tourists were taken to hospital and eight more treated at the scene after breathing in toxic fumes at a Spanish holiday resort. A lorry driver reportedly made a mista k e w h en re fillin g a ta nk a nd mixe d bleach with hydrochloric acid, causing a dangerous chemical reaction. The lorry driver is said to have reported the incident as soon as he realised his mistake. Seven ambulances were sent to the El-

dorado Resort in Cambrils on the Costa Dorada when holidaymakers reported breathing problems following the incident last Thursday. The six people taken to hospital were given oxygen, and are said to have now been released following the incident. Four fire crews attended to make the scene safe. It is not known what nationality the tourists were.

Thrombosis alert WORLD THROMBOSIS DAY takes place on October 13. Sufferers say thrombosis is often mis diagnosed and statistics show that more than 25 per cent of cases are diagnosed only at autopsy. It can hit any age group.

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Talent trials

AUDITION S are being held in Malaga for the next series of the talent show Operation Triunfo. Sixteen participants are being sought for the competition. The team led by NoemĂ­ Galera will arrive in Malaga on October 21.

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RESPECT: Councillors Isabel Cintado and Begoña Rueda at the campaign launch.

Fair focus on sexual violence PREVENTING sexual violence has once again been a focus at the San Pedro Alcantara Fair. Members of the local council’s Equality and Diversity group launched an awareness campaign which featured posters, bracelets, an intervention guide and two training workshops. The initiative aims to foster respect for women with specific support measures that allow boys and girls to enjoy the holidays in safety. A ‘purple zone’ was set up next to the Police and Civil

Protection checkpoint staffed each day of the fair by volunteers from women’s groups and association identified with purple bracelets. Posters were placed in the booths and other points of the fairground with direct and visual slogans such as ‘Harassment is not legal,’ ‘It is not no’ or ‘Nothing justifies a sexual assault.’ There was also be a guide with information to prevent and intervene in case of any incident, which is aimed at both the victim and witnesses to possible attacks. Two workshops led by the

doctor of the Costa del Sol Hospital Carmen Agüera Urbano and the nursing supervisor of the same centre Yolanda Jiménez Cortés also took place. The first was held at the Trapiche Cultural Centre of Guadaiza, on October 8 aimed at students in the fourth year of secondary school. The second was at Rosa Verde Cultural Centre, and aimed at women, groups of volunteers, Civil Protection and professionals involved in the intervention of these types of situations.

Hotel plan for race course A DUTCH company has rescued a half built building at Mijas race course (Hipodromo) and plans to turn it into a hotel. Zorrito Leisure has acquired the partly completed building, which is near La Cala. The construction of the building ground to a halt during the financial crisis after the original developer went bankrupt. The incomplete structure passed into the hands of Unicaja bank, which has since sold it on to the Dutch company. Once completed - at a further cost of €6 million - the company will operate it as an aparthotel, with just under 150 apartments. Mijas Council says it expects to give planning approval in the coming weeks once plans have been fully scrutinised by town planners. The work will last about six months, and the establishment is expected to be operational by next summer.

Organ donation Living in Spain can bring with it an array of issues which may not have been encountered when living in the UK. There are lots of things to consider, and we are here to help try to make the transition and life in Spain a little easier by compiling a series of helpful facts and figures relating to a variety of topics. As of 2010, Spain has operated an ‘opt-out’ (or presumed consent) system for deceased organ donation. This addresses the rate or refusal of potential donors or their families in giving permission for the use of organs. The rate of family refusal in Spain is 13 per cent, compared to 37 per cent in England (according to the National Transplant Organisation figures - ONT). According to the ONT, Brits living in Spain are more likely to donate their organs than their countrymen back home. It’s not necessary to have a donor card. What is important is to let family members and loved ones know your wishes in terms of organ donation. Figures published by the Spanish ONT in 2017 put the country as world leader in donation and transplants, reaching a new record with 46.9 donors per million people and 5.261 transplants. Spain has been a global leader in organ donation and transplantation for the past 26 years. Broken down by organ, there were 3,269 kidney surgeries (up 9 per cent on 2016), 1,247 liver transplants (up 8 per cent), 304 heart procedures (8 per cent rise), 363 lung surgeries (up 18 per cent), 70 pancreas transplants (down 4 per cent) and eight bowel surgical procedures (up 100 per cent). According to the National Transplant Organisation (ONT), these surgeries are equivalent to six donors and 14 surgical procedures a day. In addition, Spain saw a new record in bone marrow donation last year, with 78,291 new donors and an increase of 196 per cent over the previous year. At this rate, the country could reach its target of 400,000 bone marrow donors well before the mid-2020 goal. In Spain the number of those on the waiting list was reduced to 4,896 in 2017, from 5,480, although the number of children waiting for organs increased to 74, from 48 a year earlier. Lung and heart are viable for 4-6 hours after death, liver and pancreas 24 hours, kidney 72 hours, corneas 14 days, bone and skin five years, and heart valves up to 10 years. Small intestines, veins, tendons and ligaments can also be donated. A single organ donor can save up to eight people and a single tissue donor may enhance the lives of up to 50 people. This information is for guidance only, and should not be taken as legal advice. If in any doubt, seek professional help.

Cash card thief NATIONAL POLICE have arrested a man in Marbella for stealing credit cards from elderly people at cash machines. The 43-year-old Algerian would watch as they used the ATM and memorise their PIN code before stealing the cards. He would then either withdraw money or buy goods until the card’s limit was exhausted. His method involved stalking his victims then

using distraction methods to steal their cards when the bank branch was closed. He would then convince the targeted people that the machine had retained their card. He would even tell them the steps to follow to recover the card when the bank branch was again open to the public. This was designed to prevent the victims from reporting the cards as stolen and so

buying him time to use them. Police launched a surveillance operation and identified a suspect. On his arrest, police say he was carrying four cards under different names. National Police advise people to remain vigilant when using ATMs and if possible to use the ones that are inside with a lockable door.

Spanish Day is Saturday, October 12th! IT is Spain’s National Holiday, also known as Hispanic Day or Fiesta Nacional de España or Día de la Hispanidad (in Spanish), commemorating the exact date when Christopher Columbus first set foot in the Americas. How will you be celebrating? Will you be enjoying the festivities in your adopted homeland culture? Please be aware that public transport will run on a ‘Sunday service’ with less frequency. Look out for ‘domingos y festivos’ on timetables. Some shops will be closed, especially outside city centres and tourist destinations. Most restaurants will be open.

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Democracy in action A CELEBRATION of local democracy will be held in Marbella for the first time. European Week of Local Democracy will run from October 8 to 15 with activities aimed at raising public confidence in town hall bosses. The initiative includes actions to publicise districts, guided visits to the town hall, meetings with schoolchildren, institutional events and discussions. The councillor for Citizen Participation, Enrique Rodríguez, hopes the event will strengthen the relationship between politicians and residents and encourage participation in

the democratic process. Activities during the week will include neighbourhood meetings, TV and radio broadcasts and visits to educational centres. Councillor Rodríguez said the most important participants in the activities will be the residents and the aim was to build trust and demonstrate commitment to open government. “All these activities are intended to increase the awareness of European citizens about how we authorise and operate local authorities and inform neighbours who do not know through their representatives of the opportunities they have to participate in decisions CREDIT: Marbella Council


TRUST: Politicians invite residents to see beyond the town hall doors.

at the local level. “Participation in local affairs is crucial to revitalise democracy and initiative; In addition, it will be an opportunity for all councillors to meet citizens informally and socially.”

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Mum released her passport. Initial reports indicate that the son had been physically and psychologically ill-treating his mother and maternal grandparents for years. He was stabbed shortly before he was due to testify before a judge as a result of a complaint by his grandparents. On his release from hospital after having the stab wound treated, he was admitted to another health centre to deal with mental problems and drug use. According to the court records, the mother was remanded in custody on August 30, accused of attempted FIREFIGHTERS safely rescued a man trapped murder. nearly six metres down in a ditch in Torrejon de The decision was appealed Ardoz in Madrid following an eight-hour operaby the defence, but the magtion. istrate confirmed the custody The 49-year-old operative had been working at order on September 5. the bottom of the trench on Monday when the Since then, various witness sides collapsed on him, leaving him buried up to statements have been taken his chest. After what the 112 Madrid Community and more reports have been emergency service described as ‘more than eight received. hours of grueling work,’ all the time having to be The magistrate agreed to careful the sides of the trench did not give way the woman’s release on Octofurther, the rescue team managed to pull the ber 2, despite the objections trapped worker free. of the Public Prosecutor.

A WOMAN who had been held in custody since August 30 after allegedly stabbing her 17y e a r- o l d s o n h a s b e e n re leased. The examining magistrate's court number 4 of Lleida has agreed to release the woman with charges. Conditions for her release include not approaching within 500 metres of her son, not communicating with him and surrendering

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Dr Google ONE in two Spaniards consult Dr Google following a medical appointment, according to a new study. The ‘BarometrosobreAutocuidado’ health self-care products company report reveals that 48.8 per cent of people in Spain are so-called ‘e-patients.’ Further indicating that in today’s world the internet plays a major role in how

people approach looking after their own well-being, the study found that nearly 77 per cent of Spaniards regularly look up self-care related matters on the web. Approximately 50 per cent of the health information looked up online is on professionals’ blogs or professional pages, although around 27 per cent use Wikipedia as a source, the study concluded.

It also found that one in four look up health-related issues on blogs in which the general public can participate. Nearly two-thirds of those interviewed for the survey said they have a treatable chronic medical condition. One in four said they suffered from backache, 16 per cent said they get migraines and nearly 14 per cent reported they have high blood pressure.

Greengrocer scams €26,000 A GREENGROCER in Hospitalet (Barcelona) allegedly took advantage of the vision problems of a 90-year-old man to defraud him of €26,000 in a scam that lasted a year. The method of the scam was very rudimentary. The owners are accused of putting an extra zero on the amount charged when entering details into a credit card machine. The scammers took advantage of the victim’s vision problems and the fact that he al-

ways paid with a card and did not realise what was being spent. The victim’s daughter discovered the scam when she saw that her father’s card was out of funds. She took her father to his bank, and that’s where they realised what was going on. Just €8,000 has been returned by the shop’s owners, who no longer run the establishment. The case is now pending trial.

STIGMA: Raising awareness of suicide.

Mental health SUICIDE prevention will be the focus of World Mental Health Day today, Thursday October 10. The aim is to raise awareness of the scale of suicide around the world and the role that each of us can play to help prevent it. According to World Mental Health Day organisers, every 40 seconds someone loses their life to suicide and is the most common cause of death among 15 to 29-year-olds. On this year’s World Mental Health Day, in addition to events and activities taking place on or around October 10, organisers

are encouraging people to prepare to take ‘40 seconds of action.’ They are urging people to share messages on social media to help improve awareness of the significance of suicide as a global public health problem, improve knowledge of what can be done to prevent it, reduce the stigma associated with it and help people struggling in their lives. Organisers are hoping to involve educators, politicians, health workers, media workers and workplaces in the campaign to tackle suicide.

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ID theft woman stopped A WOMAN has been arrested as she tried to withdraw €45,000 in cash from a Malaga bank using a stolen ID card. The 57-year-old Spanish national has been accused

of fraud and usurpation of civil status. She is also allegedly responsible for a similar crime in La Coruña, where using the same modus operandi she made off with €20,000. An investigation was launched when police became aware of a possible fraudulent banking operation in Malaga.

They focused on verifying the facts and identifying the person responsible. The investigations allowed the suspect to be identified and stopped when she was tr ying to withdraw the cash from a bank using the victim’s ID card. The detained woman has been put at the disposal of the courts.

Homes plan MIJAS councillor for Urban Planning, Andrés Ruiz, presided over the laying of the first stone of the future One Residences urbanisation at Calanova Golf (La Cala de Mijas). The project will create 200 jobs for the next two years and is costing €30 million to build 77 homes targeted at an international market of high purchasing power. It is not the only promotion planned by the Iberian investment fund, which is responsible for this project. A second phase that would involve another €10 million and 68 new buildings is also planned. “This type of initiative generates wealth, not only during the execution of works for the jobs created, but also after because they are services of all kinds that require staff,” said Ruiz.

Those honoured were: Josefina Arias González; Mario Cáceres Gómez; Manuela Cano Sermíchero; Dolores Espejo Pachecho; Germán García Calvo; Tomás García Mata; María García Ortiz; Ángel González Ortega; Valentina Guadarrama del Caz; Juan Manuel Lorenzo López; Teodoro Marfil Sánchez; Fernando Piquer Villarroel; Francisco Raggio Molinary and Leonardo Ruiz Pascual.

Citizens honoured TRIBUTE has been paid to pensioners who contribute to community life in Marbella. The Palace of Fairs and Congresses ‘Adolfo Suarez’ hosted the town’s second Tribute to the Elderly when the council, through the delegation of Social Rights, recognised the work of 14 senior citizens. Nominations for the honours came from the town’s Active Participation Centres, which support pensioners in maintaining positive

roles in the community, as well as from family, friends and neighbours. Mayor Ángeles Muñoz attended the event and congratulated the elders and the work of the Active Participation Centres which she said will continue to receive the council’s backing. She said: “We will continue to do this tribute every year and also, we will continue to improve both the facilities of the centres and their activities, so that Marbella is recognised for the good care given to their elders.”

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Benalmádena NEWS European championship Two new playgrounds

THERE is a great deal of excitement in Taekwondo groups in Benalmadena as three young athletes are travelling to Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina to take part in the European Taekwondo Championships this weekend. The three youngsters, Laura Tomé, Adrián Pérez and Gonzalo Grillo were invited to meet councillor for Sport Joaquín Villazón at t h e c o u n c i l o ff i c e s s o t h a t t h e y c o u l d r e c e i v e a f o r m a l s e n d - o ff with the best wishes of the residents of the town for not only a successful journey, but an enjoyable one as well. “Laura Tomé and Adrián Pérez will compete in the June category of less than 50 kilos, and Gonzalo Grillo in senior of up to 78 kilos,” said the director of the club and

TAEKWONDO: The official farewell. c o ac h o f th e thre e c ompe titors , Maxi Montiel, whose Doyang Taekwon-Do Club is supplying more competitors to the national team than any other club in Spain.

He thanked the council for its support of the club and also the parents of the athletes who had been so unde rs ta nding a nd ha d give n s o much assistance.

WITH an estimated spend of €250,000 there will be t w o n e w c h i l d r e n ’s p l a y grounds in Benalmadena within the next two months. The intention is to ensure that children of all types, including those with reduced mobility, are able to enjoy playing with their friends and parents in the open air. Earlier this year, a playground in Arroyo de la Miel which was known as Pocoyo was renamed Idaira Park in honour of the 14year-old Idaira Osuna who despite a strong fighting spirit lost her life to spinal muscular atrophy.

It is here that the first programme of work will commence and will be brought up to a high standard with the installation of new equipment. A brand new playground will be built at the Plaza de la Mezquita and new swings will be added to the existing parking in Pueblosol which will be expanded. These new or improved play areas join others opened earlier this year in Benalmadena Pueblo and are part of a sustained programme of the creation of new outdoor public spaces for children to enjoy.

DNA DETECTIVES: On the trail of uncaring owners.

Identifying dirty dogs IF you don’t poop and scoop then DNA detectives in Benalmadena could have you fined between €750 and €1,500. In a period of just over one year, DNA information was extracted from some 7,000 dogs which were chipped by vets in the town following a programme undertaken by the council and College of Veterinarians of Malaga. Now with all of the DNA information which gives a genetic footprint of each dog, a special task force of council officers and Local Police will be pounding the Benalmadena streets collecting samples from each pile of dog poo deposited. It costs the town some €400,000 each year to remove this dangerous and unsanitary dirt from public places and all of the problems could be re-

solved if owners simply took a bag (available free of charge from council offices) to collect their dogs faeces whenever they take them for a walk. Many owners are very careful and abide by the rules, but those who can’t be bothered or just let their dogs wander unaccompanied through the streets may soon find themselves on the wrong end of a substantial fine. As an added bonus, it is possible that a small number of animals who have been abandoned or lost by their owners may be identified and action can be taken to either return them or consider whether any animal abuse has been involved. Although not the most attractive of jobs, those undertaking the work know that they are helping the community.

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NEWS FUENGIROLA CASTLE: Scene of the battle.

Battle of Fuengirola October 15, 1810 By Pete Woodall DURING the Peninsular War a fierce battle took place at Fuengirola. This is a short account, more or less of what happened on the beach 209 years ago, in a then blood sodden spot where today most people are content to enjoy a barbecue and a beer. The Peninsular War of the 19th century was a complicated series of battles and ongoing skirmishes between the expansive Napoleonic France and Portugal, at times Spain and the United Kingdom.

In the autumn of 1810, Major General Lord Andrew Blayney of Gibraltar had the bright idea of attacking the then French controlled port of Malaga. In order to do this, it seems he deemed it necessary to first capture the castle at Fuengirola. It also seems he assumed that a quick sail along the Andalucian coast to the reportedly poorly defended castle would result in a swift and easy victory. How wrong he was. The Fuengirola castle was defended by a small garrison of battle hardened conscripted

Polish troops, some 100 men from the 4th Infantry, sent there for rest and recuperation by their French military masters. Arriving around 2.00pm on October 14, 1810 with a much larger multinational force of some 1,800 odd troops, Lord Blayney simply demanded that the Poles surrender the castle. The Captain in charge, Franciszek Mlokosiewicz reputedly replied something along the lines of ‘well if you want it come and get it’ so Blayney marched up to the castle gates waving his - later to be famous - sword in the air, hoping to receive the castle. October 14 was never really a good day for the English, it was also the date of the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Big surprise, the fierce Polish soldiers opened fire on the larger advancing force, sank one of the British gunboats and caused considerable damage, with loss of life to the others. Nonplussed the British force turned tail and ran for cover, only to return later that night with some heavy cannons to attack the castle properly the next day, October 15. The still over-confident Lord Blayney unfortunately left his cannons poorly defended on the beach nearby so - quick as a flash - the Poles seized the moment, hopped over the castle walls, captured the cannons,

turned them around and shelled the British forces with their own ammunition. The enraged Brits counter attacked and in force, so the cheeky Poles blew up Blayney’s remaining gunpowder and quickly ‘legged it’ back inside the castle, slamming the door behind them with a bang. Meanwhile in all the confusion, another 60-man Polish garrison based nearby at Mijas Pueblo had slipped through the chaotic British lines and joined their companions in the castle. Blayney regrouped, organised some more gunpowder, shelled the castle and attacked again. Only to be out-flanked by another larger 400-man Polish garrison summoned from Alhaurin El Grande, accompanied by a further 30 French Dragoons (light cavalry) and by then, Captain Mlokosiewicz’s newly inspired forces from inside the castle. They took Andrew Blayney prisoner, sent his troops packing - again under fire from their own cannon - relieved Blaney of his sword and sent it off to Kraków in Poland. Where it still hangs in the Kraków museum today, a memento to one of the worst but little known defeats of British forces during the Peninsular War. by Pete Woodall, Woody’s Los Boliches.


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La Cala - Mijas MIJAS Council has spent €38,000 to bring back into operation a lift which has been faulty for several years. Soon after it was installed, the lift from the car park to the level opposite the Council Office in Las Lagunas was taken out of action because apparent design or installation faults made it potentially dangerous as water regularly entered into the area in the car park level and came into contact with the electrics. Now not only have council workers waterproofed the area, but outside technicians had to be called in to change some of the electrical equipment itself and now all has been approved from a point of health and safety. This will be particularly welcomed by those with reduced mobility as for years they have had to walk up a number of stairs or look for parking elsewhere.

The Artful Doger HAILING from Zaragoza but now living in Malaga, graffiti artist Jonathan Morillas - whose tag is Doger - does not deface buildings, but embellishes them. Having discovered a style which he likes, the artist has become a recognised and popular creator of urban art and murals, many of which follow in the footsteps of Roy Lichtenstein taking their inspiration from comic books. He is always looking to surprise people (as well as himself) with his work and how successful he is can be seen until October 16 at an exhibition entitled ‘Graffiti’ at the Cultural Centre in La Cala. Credit: Facebook

Working lift

Playground happy CHILDREN in Mijas Pueblo will be delighted that the La Muralla playground has been reopened after being closed for almost a year. As it is the only playground in the area, its refurbishment over the two months was a priority and was undertaken by council workmen at a cost of €3,000. The playground was in such a bad condition that equipment has to be broken down, sanded, repainted and repaired before being reassembled and next year, additional work will take place to improve the entire park.

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Choirs against cancer FOUR local choirs will work together to present a concert on October 25 in order to raise funds for the Spanish Association Against Cancer (AECC). Cultural group Ateneo Mijas is behind this event which will comprise singers from The Coral Portus Albus of the SAF, the choir of the Medical Association of Malaga, the choir of the Bar Association and the singing workshop of the Popular University of Mijas. The concert at the Las Lagunas Theatre costs €5, with all profits going to the charity.

Gender rights DOGER: The artist with one of his works.

SOME 250 students from Mijas were invited to view a documentary ‘New girls, 24 hours’ by Mabel Lozano and discuss the problem of human trafficking and gender violence against women.

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Young footballers T H E P re s i d e n t o f L a Cala de Mijas Lions recently visited La Cala Football stadium with colleagues to present a cheque for €2,500 to the boys’ section of the CD Mijas Football Club. It’s run by South African born Se rgio, w ho is ve ry much the driving force behind this well-established Club and he is assisted by a number of coaches who provide the boys with the skills necessary to progress further in the sport. M e mbe rs w ho a re a ge d between four and 12 are divide d into s e ve n-a -s ide teams, whilst the older playe rs from 13 to 19 pla y in 11-a-side teams. The visiting Lions commented that it was wonder-

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LIONS: President Anita Humphreys made the presentation.

ful to see the camaraderie at t he Cl ub and t o hear how being part of this Club gives these youngsters the discipline they need for life. If they fall behind with t hei r st udi es, t hey ar e stopped from playing until their grades pick up. It is noticeable that the passion

the boys have for their sport gives them a sense of purpose and identity. Details of Lions events and further information can be found by visiting the Lions Charity Shop in Calle Torremolinos, La Cala de Mijas. Tel: 637 185 533.

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Age Concern Marbella by John Smith LAST Friday saw the Age Concern Marbella and San Pedro group host their very first Gala Ball at the prestigious Melia Don Pepe Hotel in Marbella. More than 200 seats, costing â‚Ź120 per person sold out very quickly and there was even a waiting list of people who wanted to show their support for this very vital charity which looks after elderly and lonely expatriates in the area. The black tie event saw all those attending dressed to the nines with the gentlemen in either black or white jackets whilst the ladies were, without exception, looking fantastic in their evening gowns. It was an early start with cocktails and canapes served on the lawn from 7.15pm with music provided by the popular Masquerade Duo before the

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Drinks and canapes on the lawn.

mainly British (but with a pleasing number of Spanish guests) supporters moved into the main dining room for their meal. Sitting at tables of 10, it was a chance to catch up with old friends

Lynda Woodin and Tom Burns of Age Concern. Guests at the Gala enjoy dinner. and meet some new ones whilst enjoying the evening and taking part in the raffle and auction to raise even more funds to support the cause.

The Masquerade Duo returned to entertain and following the meal, there was plenty of dancing to a live band before carriages awaited the revellers. At the time of writing, the amount raised in order to fund a dedicated

drop in centre, was not known but this will be reported at a later date. To find out more, either as a volunteer/donor or someone who needs their help, visit https://ageconcern

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Diverse music

THE San Pedro Council has now announced the musical attractions for next week’s fair which runs from October 15 to 20 and they are very much a mixture of new and traditional. The free events at the municipal booth all start at 11.30pm and the Latin-pop group Dvicio on October 17.

The following day Spanish pop singer Lola Indigo will take the stage, then on Saturday it’s the turn of very popular flamenco fusion trio Ketama. There are no tickets for any of these shows but all are welcome until the booth is full, so if you want to see any of these get there early.



LAUNCH: Programme of 200 activtities.

Marbecon is back THE new edition of the show ‘Marbecon’ returns to the Adolfo Suárez Congress Centre this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, October 12 and 13, with more than 200 activities scheduled. The councillor for Youth, Enrique Rodríguez, with the director of the Palace, Miguel Luna, and Julián Navarro, one of the organisers, stressed that “the City Council continues betting on family and youth proposals with a consolidated initiative, which has become a benchmark of the national panorama for manga fans, comics, video games and alternative culture.” Navarro has specified that “this year we want to go one step further and keep growing, both in

number of activities and visits. Already we expect an influx that exceeds 4,000 people.” He has explained that the programme will offer activities aimed at all types of public that will take place on Saturday from 11am to 9pm and Sunday from 11am to 8pm. The price of the ticket will be €4 per day and a bonus for the whole weekend for €7, although on Sunday the entrance will be free for those under 16 who are accompanied by an adult. Attendees can enjoy meeting with some of the most famous ‘youtubers’ known both locally and nationally, as well as taking part in workshops, exhibitions and ‘cosplays’ of different themes. The full programme can be found at

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Gibraltar NEWS FOR the second year running, Deputy Chief Minister Dr Joseph Garcia travelled to New York to address the Fourth Committee of the United Nations. He was the most senior politician from Gibraltar to attend the committee hearing as the Chief Minister remained in Gibraltar to deal with any political developments which may occur over Brexit and also to prepare for the General Election. Dr Garcia’s statement defended the right of the people of Gibraltar to self-determination and called upon the United Nations to honour its obligations under the Charter. The session can be viewed in its entirety on the UN website:

AIRPORT: The modern new terminal.

Air links to Gibraltar by John Smith NOT many people will know that the airfield in Gibraltar which cuts across the road leading to the border is actually owned by the British Ministry of Defence. The strip itself was built in 1939 as an emergency landing field for the Fleet Air Arm, but during the war was expanded and became an important RAF base which saw a number of fighter planes visiting and making strikes against the Axis.

Over the years following the war, it was improved so that it could handle jets and at one time had regular return flights to the UK which touched down and picked up passengers in Madrid. A new terminal which is managed by civilian contractors was opened in 2012 as it was originally intended that it would become a true international airport with access from Spain controlled by Spanish customs and Gibraltar by Gibraltar customs, but this concept was abandoned. Today almost all of the scheduled flights are UK bound and each week

there are 20 flights to Gatwick, 16 flights to Heathrow, four flights to Bristol and Manchester and three to Luton operated by BA or easyJet. The only exception are flights o n c e a w e e k t o Ta n g i e r a n d Casablanca operated by Royal Air Maroc, although there is now the chance to take helicopter trips around the Rock and to land private jets. It’s a modern terminal which isn ’t b u s y, a l t h o u g h i t h a n d l e s 300,000 passengers a year and once the tunnel under the runway is complete it will greatly reduce traffic congestion.

Disability card

Vintage visitors FIVE vintage car enthusiasts from Australia stopped off in Gibraltar last week breaking their journey in three stunning old Bentleys before going to Morocco. They left the UK six weeks ago, creating much interest as they travelled through France and Spain in their vintage Bentleys whilst they were to break their journey in Gibraltar to visit friends and fellow enthusiasts, they were also invited to meet the Governor and Chief Minister outside No 6 Convent Place. The three Bentleys lined up outside the government building were a 1927 three-litre, a 1924 three-litre, and 1934 threelitre/4.5.

Credit: HM Government of Gibraltar

LAST Friday, about 100 people from La Linea protested opposite the border crossing following the death of a Spanish man after a chase by a Gibraltar Customs vessel. Although the incident is being investigated by the Royal Gibraltar Police, the protestors chanted ‘Justice’ and wanted to see an early release of information surrounding his death. Then on Sunday, there were two chases in Gibraltar waters off Eastern Beach (where the man died) which saw two men beach their RHIB and run away, whilst another speedboat was stopped and the occupants removed by the police. To add to all of this, a supposedly leaked official government document which has appeared on social media suggests that there may be a potential threat to the safety of Customs officers and many assume that this is somehow connected to the untimely death.

Statement to the UN

Credit: Romazur Wikimedia

Choppy waters

BENTLEYS: The youngest car was 85 years old.

Voters decide WITH just one week to go before the general election on October 17, the political parties are promoting their manifestos. The ruling coalition of Gibraltar Labour and Liberal parties are telling voters to trust their experience whilst the other parties (Social Democrats and Together Gibraltar) say it’s time for a change.

AFTER considerable consultation, the Gibraltar government has launched a Disability Information Card for use by residents who may suffer from an unseen disability. Many people live with learning disabilities and conditions such as autistic spectrum disorders or sensory disorders are not always immediately apparent to the outside observer. The main purpose of this card is so that first responders in particular do not misunderstand a given situation because they weren’t aware of the person’s disability. This is not a medical alert nor will it give any legal rights or entitle the cardholder to any benefits, but purely exists as a communication tool and will be of particular importance in instances of an emergency or one in which the person may feel threatened or unsafe.

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Costa del Sol • Axarquia Costa Blanca North • Costa Blanca South Almeria • Mallorca


Festival pat on the back

European Tourism Fair

VERA Council has given itself a pat on the back for this year’s San Cleofas festival. “A complete success both in terms of participation and approval by residents and visitors for the suggested novelties,” was how Festivals councillor Amparo Garcia summed up how the celebrations had gone. The local authority said the public had given the thumbs up to the changes introduced for this edition of the week-long event, notably the decision to move the midday fiesta away from the town centre to the El Palmeral fairground. According to the council the midday activities had this year attracted the highest ever number of visitors. The council highlighted the popularity of this year two big acts, 80’s pop group Ole Ole and Seville band Siempre Asi, as well as traditional events like the jousting for ribbons and the street processions. The councillor also stressed there had been no “incidents or altercations” during the celebration, but rather “a festival atmosphere we have all enjoyed.” She drew particular attention to what she described as the “healthy” participation of young people in reference to the special police and Guardia Civil campaign to prevent so-called ‘botellones,’ or gatherings of youngsters in public places to drink.

VELEZ-MALAGA is being represented in the 2019 IFTM International French Travel Market in Paris. The exhibition is taking place at the Expo Porte de Versailles this week and is one of the leading travel and tourism trade shows in France. It is the key trade event and includes all the players in the travel sector - from tour operators and travel agencies to coach operators, airlines, event agencies. Councillor Jesus Perez Atencia said: “The work on tourism we have developed in recent years must maintain a level in terms of promotion and dissemination of what is Velez-Malaga as a tourism sector, maintaining the excellent level as part of the whole of the Costa del Sol.” With their presence at the expo, the local council of Velez-Malaga is pushing out all the stops to attract tourists to the area to help the local economy.


CROWDS: Andalucia is attracting more tourists than ever.

Busier than ever

ANDALUCIA has had its best ever August in terms of tourism. Data from the Ministry of Tourism shows that hotels in the region dealt with a total of 7.6 million overnight stays in the month, which is 5 per cent more than in August 2018. There was an increase in the number of guests of 4.4 per cent to exceed 2.3 million for the first time. The figures were revealed by vice president of the Junta de Andalucia and Minister of Tourism, Regeneration, Justice and Local Government, Juan Marín, at a meeting convened to assess the impact of the bankruptcy of Thomas Cook. Marin highlighted August as “a historic month for tourism in Andalucia. The data has exceeded our most optimistic forecasts and we are on track to close 2019 as a year in which we will further bolster the strength of our destination.” Regarding Thomas Cook, Marin said: “The impact on the region is going to be much smaller than other destinations, such as the Balearic or Canary Islands.” The biggest increase in overnight stays was in Sevilla, with an increase of 9.9 per cent. It is followed by Cordoba, with 7.5 per cent more, Granada, with 6.7 per cent more, Huelva, with an increase of 5.9 per cent, Cadiz, with 4.8 per cent more, Malaga, with a rise of 4.4 per cent and Almeria, up 1.9 per cent.


TRANSFORMATION: The restoration project at Denia Castle is moving fast with most of the dense pine trees already cut down.


Rich pickings

Grand restoration scheme THE restoration project of the Verger Alt in the castle in Denia is quickly transforming the area overlooking the sea. Large parts of the castle grounds were in varying states of decay, covered by dense pine forest, and are now being uncovered to show off the castle that is a major historical site in Denia. The Verger Alt connects the highest part of the castle, the Governor’s Esplanade, with El Verger Baix and from the top, the viewpoint of the Palau del Governador or from the oval tower at the bottom of the esplanade, it’s possible to appreciate just how much work has taken place already. The pines have already disappeared and the trunks are piled up ready to be taken away and reused. From the port, a new landscape of the fortress can be seen. Once the work is completed the castle will be free for local residents and tourists to enjoy and will allow people to walk along the old path that descends from the Governor’s esplanade through the Verger Alt.

TOURISM DRIVE: The 2019 IFTM International French Travel Market is one of the leading trade shows in Europe.

VOLUNTEERS: Iberdrola held an international day of action.

Cleaning up

ELECTRICITY company Iberdrola celebrated its International Volunteer Day in Guardamar del Segura. Company employees from the province gathered to spend a few hours cleaning the Moncayo beach, which had been affected by the recent storms. Internationally, the company brought together 2,200 volunteers, 22 per cent more than last year, in Spain, the United Kingdom, the United States, Mexico, Brazil and Portugal. Under the slogan ‘Together we build the world we want!’ the company dedicated the event to the fight against climate change and caring for the environment, as well as the inclusion of vulnerable groups and raising awareness of diversity. Iberdrola volunteers and their families shared the day with members of disability associations and those at risk of social exclusion. In Spain, more than 800 volunteers from the energy company took part in 26 activities with social organisations in 24 cities in 13 autonomous communities. This programme has received various awards, including the Innovation Award 2018 in the Private Sector category, awarded by the IMPACT2030 network (private sector initiative and the UN). In addition, in 2016, the company received a Special Mention from the King of Spain, in the celebration of the first decade of its International Programme.

VALLDEMOSSA has topped the list of the richest towns in Mallorca with the highest level of gross average income, coming in 25th place of all municipalities in Spain. The Tax Agency released a report on Tuesday listing the wealthiest places in Spain based on the average income of residents in the area and six of these municipalities are in Mallorca. Valldemossa came in at number 25, Puigpunyent at 38, Bunyola at 64, Esporles at 67, Calvia at 93 and Alaro at 100. This year Puigpunyent and Calvia have appeared in the list for the first time. Of the list of municipalities with the highest income levels on the islands, it is especially significant that only one of them, Calvia, is considered a tourist municipality with the rest of the towns located in the Sierra de Tramuntana. The average gross income of the inhabitants of Valldemossa is €42,451, which is 50 per cent more than the average income of the Balearic Islands. On the opposite side of the scale is Capdepera, which is listed once again as the municipality of Mallorca with the lowest level of average income. Its inhabitants had an average of €21,689 in 2017 which leaves them far from the Balearic average. Along with Sant Llorenç and Son Servera it is one of only three towns on the islands that are not among the 1,000 richest municipalities in Spain.

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New metro

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COPENHAGEN has a new metro line, the Cityringen and was the biggest construction project undertaken in the city for the past 400 years, taking eight years to complete. It was officially inaugurated by HM Queen Margrethe ll and she was its first passenger.

Top passport THE most recent Henley Passport Index showed that those with Danish passports can obtain visa­free entry to 187 countries ranking it third equal just behind joint leaders Japan and Singapore (190) and Germany, Fin­ land and South Korea (all 188).

Queen Margrethe opened the new line.


Ugly weed

Wolves vanish

THE Dutch government has confirmed that trials of regulated marihuana production in 10 cities will commence in 2021. The drug will however be sold in unattractive packaging, cannot have any branding and will carry a government health warning.

THREE wolves which were known to have entered the Netherlands from Germany and were thought to have settled are cur­ rently untraceable and may have been killed by farmers or hunters, although they may also have died of natural causes.



Zebra crossing

Cheap bananas

A ZEBRA which had escaped from a circus disrupted traffic and caused an accident on a motorway in northern Germany. Commenting on the accident a police spokesman said “The animal was going in the wrong direction on the autobahn from Tessin to Rostock.”

THE average price of bananas has fallen dra­ matically in the past year with sales increasing in Belgium. Not only does this hurt the pro­ ducers whose income drops, but it also af­ fects Belgian producers of other fruit which is more expensive.

Abortion campaign

Cold cases

WHILST abortion in Germany is possible for most women, it technically remains a criminal offence in all cases. Demonstrators across Germany took to the streets in order to demand that the law be decriminalised at the earliest opportunity.

A FORMER window cleaner who was jailed in 2017 on DNA evidence for the murder of a woman in 1992, unexpectedly asked for a new hearing where he volunteered that he had mur­ dered two other women in 1993 and 1994.


Appeal denied

Chemical fire

FORMER President Nicolas Sarkozy who was allegedly involved with illegal financing of his failed re­election campaign in 2012 applied to the High Court claiming that no trial should be allowed. His claim was re­ jected and he may face trial.

ANGRY and worried residents in Rouen are unconvinced by government claims that air and water are safe following a massive fire at a chemicals factory in the city. Public protests are being mounted with the sup­ port of environmental activists.



Fewer born

Happy viewers

RESEARCH has shown that the birth­rate in Finland has fallen for the ninth year running and that the population will begin to decline in 2031 and by 2035 there will be more deaths than births and a constantly declining population.

THE success of Norwegian athletes at the World Championships have seen exceptional TV viewing figures with more than one million people watching each event that they took part in. This compares to around 500,000 who watched the European Championships.

Chinese advert

More men

THE Chinese government has taken a full page advert in a Finnish newspaper to explain that the problems in Hong Kong are complicated and that that there is more than one side to the argument but the situation will be resolved.

THE number of troops employed by the Norwe­ gian Army is too small according to HQ comman­ der Rune Jakobsen. Due to its commitments to NATO, it would not be able to defend itself with its current manning levels in the event of an invasion.

FINANCE Whisky alert

THE imposition of new tariffs on EU exports by the USA has the poten­ tial to cause major financial loss to Scotch Whisky manufacturers as cost of imports of their spirits will increase by 25 per cent. The decision to include Scotch in these new tariff arrangements ap­ pears to be a ‘tit for tat’ measure after the EU imposed charges on the import of American Whiskey in 2018 which led to a drop in import values of more than 20 per cent. It is estimated that exports of Scotch and other drinks to the USA exceed €3 billion per annum.

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STAT OF €1.134 billion WEEK

is the amount that the Qatar government may claim against a consortium led by Spanish company OHL following a high court ruling.

Grape harvest down

A REPORT from the Spanish Asso­ ciation of Young Farmers (ASAJA) on the latest grape harvest makes for interesting reading with both good and bad news. Due to long term drought in many of the grape growing areas, the harvest will be the lowest in the past five years, but it is consid­ ered that the quality will be excep­ tional allowing for the production of excellent tasting wines. Even with the effects of what is referred to as the ‘cold drop’ in Au­ gust and September pests were

By John Smith still kept to a minimum which re­ sulted in fewer grapes but less wastage. In times of low harvest and high quality it would be expected that the cost of grapes from the vine and thus the cost of wine itself would go up, but this is far from the case. ASAJA experts do not under­ stand why grape prices are ‘abnor­ mally low’ and for some reason, even though the harvests in both

France and Italy are less than usu­ al, international demand has not seen an increase in price and Span­ ish grapes will be sold at the same price as last year or in a worst case scenario at even lower prices. The actual estimate for the over­ all grape harvest shows that a max­ imum of 39 million hectolitres of wine is likely to be produced and this compares with the 2018 figure of 50 million hectolitres, so those with a nose for good wine could well pick up some quality bargains next year.

LEGALLY SPEAKING Bank refused his transfer I am a pensioner aged 76 with property in Spain but still resident in Dubai. I have held an account in La Caixa bank for 25 years, transferring money regularly for various contingencies including a monthly support for three grandchildren. Last week the bank refused a transfer of €19,000 and asked for proof of income. I showed them title deeds for prop­ erties in Dubai, including substantial rental income. I also showed them evidence of investment portfolios. They insisted on government stamped proof of in­ come or tax payment, which I do not have. The idea of drawing money from assets is obviously beyond them. They sent the money back, less €1,000. Do I have any recourse? B.H. (by email) La Caixa is applying due diligence under YOU AND THE the rules of ‘Sep­ LAW IN SPAIN blac,’ the Spanish regulations against money laundering. We suggest you have your bank in Dubai contact La Caixa directly to establish your legitimacy. Another option would be to instruct a Span­ ish asesor fiscal or tax consultant to steer you right. I have just discovered that Dubai has an income tax system, but with a zero rate and no obligation to declare for most resi­ dents.


Send your questions for David Searl through lawyers Ubeda-Retana and Associates in Fuengirola at, or call 952 667 090.

Bad month for airlines

SEPTEMBER was a bad month for ailing airlines as following the demise of Thomas Cook and the rescue of Condor in Germany, two more low cost French Airlines are in trouble with one needing €35 million to survive. France’s second­largest airline, Aigle Azur, was shut down by a court last week after going into Administration and then failing to find anyone to bail it out. The other casualty was XL Air­ ways which cancelled all flights as it too was unable to find the €35 million of financial backing it need­ ed and is facing bankrupt shortly.


Larger assets SPANISH investment manager Renta 4 Banco has acquired the French BNP Paribas Personal Investors portfolio in Spain which is mostly aimed at individuals. This takeover will add 18,000 clients with a total worth of €1.25 billion to the Spanish organisation.

Closing down AMERICAN fashion firm Forever 21 is to file a voluntary bankruptcy petition, unable to cope with restructure to allow online commerce. With just one store in Barcelona, Spanish teenagers will not be badly affected by the decision.

US tariffs AFTER 15 years of wrangling over subsidies paid to Airbus, the US government has decided to impose new tariffs on a range of goods imported from the EU worth €6.85 billion. The EU has threatened to retaliate.

It’s a growing market EUROPE is leading the way in terms of organic food and drink innovation, with almost a fifth of all food and drink products launched in Europe carrying an organic claim according to market intelligence agency Mintel. Those aged between 16 and 34 in France, Ger­ many, Italy and Spain are the most likely to pur­ chase organic food and drink and are also willing to pay more for these products.

The group says that in the last 10 years, the to­ tal share of new global food and drink product launches with organic claims has risen from 6 per cent to 10 per cent with Europe seeing the great­ est rate of growth. Current leading innovators include France (ac­ counting for 22 per cent of all organic launches in Europe in the past year), Germany (20 per cent) and Spain (9 per cent).

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No cheer for pensioners By John Smith WOMEN born in the 1950s, especially those born after April 6, 1953 have received extremely bad news from the High Court in London last week. A case was brought arguing that the increase in the age at which women would receive the State Pen­ sion was unfair because they were not given enough warning of the change of pension age and therefore had not been able to plan properly for their old age.

COURT RULING: Women’s hopes shattered.

Top Spanish banks THERE is no doubt that the Banks in Spain have recovered remarkably well from the problems that hit them in the time of the financial crisis. Caixa Bank is now said to control the largest amount of deposits in the country at just under €370 billion and it is followed very closely by BBVA which has just a billion less. Former front runner Santander has dropped to third

place with €345 billion, but that is due to a reorganisation of how its accounts are presented with the removal of its corporate banking and UK business as well as online bank Openbank which is now trading in Germany. There is a widening gap between these three and the others in the Spanish top 10, so with profits and earnings increasing, it would not be a surprise to see acquisitions being made over the next 12 months.

The original retirement age for women was 60 and for men 65, but in 2010 the retirement age for women was raised to 65 and both men and women will have to wait longer from 2020 when State Pension is paid to 66­year­olds and the age increases to 67 by 2028. Many women left good jobs to raise children and could then return to work, knowing that they would be able to expect to receive their pen­ sions at 60. Whilst sympathising with those af­ fected, the court ruled that there was no direct discrimination against women as the new law simply cor­ rected historic discrimination against men and also rejected that the law was discriminatory based on age. In essence the court also indicated that the decision to introduce this law was confirmed in Parliament and that whilst many may disagree with the result, their course of action lies in the ballot box not the courts. It is estimated that some three mil­ lion women were in this position, with some potentially losing out on more than £40,000 (€44,000) which will not now be recovered due to this ruling.

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Subway boost WITH more than 42,000 outlets around the world, the Subway sandwich chain has its eyes set on substantial expansion within Spain. With just 57 franchises here it intends to ramp up advertising with the aim of steady annual growth.

Flight shame A SURVEY by Swiss Bank UBS has discovered that an increasing number of passengers are cutting back on air travel due to ‘flight shame’ over the impact to the climate. If the survey is accurate passenger numbers could drop significantly.

New branch TAKING advantage of its position as a major property owner, department store El Corte Inglés is to open its own estate agency. Not only will they use this outlet to sell some of its assets but will also offer a third party service.

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14th Edition 2nd – 6th October 2019

Celebrity film and TV stars light up glittering Marbella movie festival in Puerto Banus By Chris Humphreys MARBELLA rolled out the red car­ pet for the most glamorous event in the town’s social calendar and the stars from the movies featured at the Marbella International Film Fes­ tival celebrated in style when they announced the winners. Movers and shakers from the movie world gathered this weekend to celebrate the 14th Marbella In­ ternational Film Festival (MIFF).

The event from October 2 ­ 6 at­ tracted film stars, producers and di­ rectors from across the globe. The Euro Weekly News was proud to sponsor the festival and we were there for the finale at the Gala Din­ ner and Awards Ceremony to hon­ our the winners of the top film awards. Fans and guests rubbed shoulders with UK stars including Kris Mar­ shall, Jason Flemyng and Frances Barber (Trick or

Terry Stone, nominated for Best Supporting Actor.

Treat) Larry Lamb (Brighton) Craig Fairbrass and Terry Stone (Spanish Heist). Screenings of the new releases drew film fans, industry experts and critics eager to be among the first to view. This year’s festival made it easier than ever for ordinary movie lovers, students and up­and­coming talent to be part of the experience. Tickets were made available for individual screenings, networking events, after­

show parties and the glitzy Gala Dinner and of course celeb watch­ ers were there to see the stars ar­ rive at red carpet events. The hub of the festival was the exclusive Andalucia Plaza Hotel in Puerto Banus where guests were able to mingle with the stars. Red carpet premieres and screenings were held at Teatro Goya, Puerto Banus ­ the Costa del Sol’s newest avant­garde multi­space venue. There were tears, thanks and congratulations as seasoned actors and film crews as well as relative newcomers and lit­ tle known rising stars stepped up to accept their awards.

The Gala Dinner.

Craig Fairbrass, nominated for Best Actor.

Dean Le nn one of th ox Kelly, e Treat le Trick or ading a ctors.


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The Winners

S for SUPPORTING ACTRES EMILY WYATT - BEST ist. He ish an Sp : ier old Foots her role in Rise of the

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BEST SHORTER SHORT FILM is ANGEL, produced in the Ukraine, directed by Serg Skobun.

FRANCES BARBER won BEST ACTRES S for her role in Trick or Treat.

CHRYSALIS BEST SHORT FILM, produced in Argentina, directed by Luz Escobar.

THE BRIDGE TO PARADISE BEST DOCUMENTARY, produced in South Korea, directed by Jianan Fan.

ST ACTOR for his LARRY LAMB won BE role in Brighton.



Y ANDREW LOVEDA OR CT RE DI ST BE n wo for Rise of the Footsoldier: Spanish Heist.

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Cocktail reception.

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LEAPY LEE SAYS IT OTHERS THINK IT WAR paint has been worn by warriors stretching back to the Neanderthals. Camouflage face paint is an integral part of our modern commando’s ability to melt into the background. But the UK decision this week to allow male soldiers to wear make­up was truly so ludicrous I thought I’d been beamed up to an­ other planet. It’s not even the decision that astounds me, it’s the knowledge that a con­ tingent of our military’s finest actually sat around discussing whether eyeliner and sticks of shocking pink, should become a part of our fighting men’s battle kit! War paint was sup­ posed to frighten our adversaries, not try to fool them into thinking they were being invit­ ed into a local gay bar by the Village People! Couple that with encouraging soldiers to cry, giving time out for others to pray and prosecuting ex­army heroes for ‘historical crimes,’ really does make me despair that when we have to defend our country against adversaries, we’ll be far too busy being politi­ cally correct to even come close to claiming victory. One of our problems has always been to underestimate our enemies. We always seem to think that others will


Completely merciless

WAR PAINT: Was supposed to frighten our adversaries. respect the rules of war, or treat defeated en­ emies with chivalrous compassion and ‘uman rites’ etc. Well I have news for all the utterly misguided wimps and snowflakes. Today’s adversaries are completely merci­ less, they would slit your throat and hang, draw and quarter you in front of your family. There are no rules any more. Bringing polit­

ical correctness into the equation can get us all dead. For all our sakes get real and con­ centrate on digging out our enemies at all cost. Only by confirming that we will stop at nothing to defeat them, will we have any chance at all of saving our lands and its citi­ zens; and who knows, by taking a strong and non­compromising stand perhaps ­ just per­

haps, we can strike enough fear into our ene­ mies that we won’t actually have to go to war at all. So for heaven’s sake all you military ‘Wallas’ forget the eye shadow and Estée Lauder and concentrate on lethal new weaponry and no quarter combat policies ­ before you all lose your heads and we lose the country we put our trust in you to fight for and protect. You have no idea how much writing in this vein saddens me. Long into my 30’s I had re­ tained my 60’s ‘flower power’ beliefs that peace and love was the only way and that war and violence would never be the answer to the survival of the human race. I still do believe these sentiments. Unfortunately I am also a realist. Over the years I have recognised that for these ideals to prevail, everyone had to share the same teaching. Well they don’t. Extremism has manifested fanatics, who believe superiority can only be gained by delivering exactly the opposite. You cannot fight these people with reason or understanding. The only way to survive and bring peace to our future genera­ tions is by the annihilation of those whose sole aims are to annihilate us. Keep the faith Love Leapy.

Leapy Lee’s opinions are his own and are not necessarily representative of those of the publishers, advertisers or sponsors.


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A very special relationship NORA JOHNSON

BREAKING VIEWS Nora is the author of popular psychological suspense and crime thrillers and a freelance journalist. To comment on any of the issues raised in her column, go to

THE USA and the UK - two great countries separated by a common language. A phrase attributed to Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw and even Winston Churchill. But apart from language, what else is common to both countries? How about, for starters, their current leaders, both threat­ ened with ‘impeachment,’ and the tricky situation they both face, namely political processes paralysed by the opposition. Boris represents the 17.4 million who voted for Brexit, Trump won the presidency in the USA ­ and both are trying to deliver what they promised. Whether or not Trump violated any law, it is essential that corruption is investigated ­ foreign aid is, af­ ter all, US tax payers’ money. And the claim, by some in 2016, that the majority didn’t vote for Trump ignores the reality that US elections are won using a different system. It is also right that Boris is allowed an election. Until the UK has a majority govern­ ment (maybe a coalition), parliament will

USA AND UK: What is common to both countries? continue to control House of Commons business, which is not the way democracy operates. But the real comparison lies in the atti­ tude of both the US and UK less well­off families who voted for Trump and Brexit in vast numbers. They are the ones who twig that the current systems of globalisation manufactured by the ‘global establish­ ment,’ in which the EU plays a major part and which has been blatantly exploited by China (the US­China trade war has led to the imposition of tariffs on products worth more than $470 billion), don’t work for them. Hardly surprising then, that many of these families regard Trump and Johnson as their champions (the warm Boris­Donald relationship even less surprising). Maybe,

though, both men are too flawed, personal­ ly, to see their respective mandates through to the bitter end? However, the genie of populism is out of the bottle so we shouldn’t be surprised if we see the establishments of both coun­ tries gobsmacked once more by an em­ phatic victory for Brexit supporters in the next UK elections and another electoral vic­ tory for Trump in the USA. Nora Johnson’s psychological crime thrillers ‘Betrayal,’ ‘The Girl in the Woods,’ ‘The Girl in the Red Dress,’ ‘No Way Back,’ ‘Landscape of Lies,’ ‘Retribution,’ ‘Soul Steal­ er,’ ‘The De Clerambault Code’ (www.nora­ available online as ebook (€0.99;£0.99), ibook, paperback and (now) audiobook. All profits to Costa del Sol Cude­ ca cancer charity.

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The Chase Only When I Laugh Kojak Quincy, M.E. Minder The Sweeney The Professionals The Saint Kojak Quincy, M.E. Minder The Professionals The Sweeney The Chase British Superbike Championship Highlights 10:00pm Junk and Disorderly 11:00pmAmerican Sniper A Navy Seal becomes a legend to his colleagues thanks to his skills as a deadly sniper. 12:05am FYI Daily 12:10amAmerican Sniper 1:40am The Sweeney

8:30am Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - Part Two 9:55am Justice League 12:00pm Aquaman 2:25pm Batman 4:35pm Batman Returns 6:45pm Justice League 9:00pm Aquaman 11:30pm Batman 1:45am Batman Returns 3:55am Batman Forever

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Coronation Street Coronation Street Emmerdale Emmerdale Heartbeat On the Buses On the Buses Man About the House Outside Edge Outside Edge Agatha Christie's Poirot Heartbeat Emmerdale Emmerdale Coronation Street Coronation Street Midsomer Murders Heartbeat Agatha Christie's Poirot Vera Law & Order: UK Law & Order: UK Inspector Morse

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The Stolen Princess Where Hands Touch Accident Widow When her husband is killed in a botched bank robbery, Veronica Rawlings finds herself in debt left by her husband Harry's criminal activities. Cruise During the 1980s, Gio has little on his mind except racing cars and chasing girls, until he meets a young woman with a wild side. The Stolen Princess Where Hands Touch Widows Accident Benjamin

7:00am EFL Greatest Games 8:00am Euro 2020 Qualifiers Preview Show 8:30am Football's Greatest Players 9:00am Football Countdowns 10:00am Football Years 10:30am Euro 2020 Qualifiers Preview Show 11:00am EFL Highlights 12:00pm The Fantasy Football Club 12:30pm Football's Greatest Players 1:00pm EFL Greatest Games 1:30pm SPFL Greatest Games 2:00pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Preview Show 2:30pm Football Countdowns 3:00pm Football Years 3:30pm The Fantasy Football Club 3:55pm Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers 11:30pm SPFL Greatest Games 12:00am Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 12:30am Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights

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Money for Nothing Fugitives Gardeners' World BBC News at 9 Victoria Derbyshire BBC Newsroom Live Politics Live Hardball Digging for Britain Live Gymnastics Strictly: It Takes Two Richard Osman's House of Games 8:30pm Mastermind 9:00pm Gardeners' World 10:00pm The Name of the Rose 10:50pm Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby 11:00pm QI 11:30pm Newsnight Analysis of the day's events, presented by Mark Urban. 12:00am Weather The latest weather information. 12:05am Front Row Late 12:45amLa La Land

8:00pm World News Today The day's leading stories. 8:30pm The Live Lounge Show 9:00pm Rock 'N' Roll America 10:00pm Top of the Pops: 1988 10:30pm Studio 17: The Lost Reggae Tapes 11:55pm Classic Albums 12:55am Reggae Fever: David Rodigan 1:55am Top of the Pops: 1988 Janice Long and Mark Goodier present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 4 August 1988. 2:25am Rock 'N' Roll America 3:25am How to Make a Number One Record Documentary studying what it takes to propel a single to number one.

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7:45am You've Been Framed! 8:10am Dinner Date 9:00am Emmerdale 10:00am You've Been Framed! 10:25am The Ellen DeGeneres Show 11:25am Superstore 12:15pm Dress to Impress 1:15pm Emmerdale 2:15pm You've Been Framed! 2:50pm The Ellen DeGeneres Show 3:45pm Supermarket Sweep 4:50pm Dinner Date 5:50pm Dress to Impress 6:50pm Take Me Out 8:00pm You've Been Framed! 9:00pm Supermarket Sweep 10:00pm American Pie: The Wedding 11:00pm FYI Daily 11:05pmAmerican Pie: The Wedding 12:05am Family Guy 12:30am Family Guy

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7:00am Snooker v Darts Short sports film. 7:05am Only When I Laugh 7:30am The Saint 8:30am Kojak 9:35am Quincy, M.E. 10:40am Minder 11:45am Rugby World Cup 2019 Live 2:30pm ITV Racing Live 5:30pm Only When I Laugh 6:05pm The Professionals 7:10pm The Car Chasers 7:45pm Football Rivalries 8:00pm Rugby World Cup 2019 Highlights 8:30pm River Monsters 9:00pm The Chase Celebrity Special 10:00pmThe Mechanic 11:05pm FYI Daily 11:10pmThe Mechanic 11:55pm Starsky and Hutch 12:55am FYI Daily A round-up of the latest entertainment news. 1:00am Starsky and Hutch

10:00am Alpha 11:45am The Top Ten Show 12:00pm Mission: Impossible Fallout 2:30pm Pacific Rim 4:45pm Pacific Rim Uprising 6:45pm Mortal Engines 9:00pm Mission: Impossible Fallout 11:30pm Pacific Rim 1:45am Pacific Rim Uprising


10:00am Football Years 11:00am Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 12:30pm Football's Greatest Players 1:00pm EFL Greatest Games 1:30pm SPFL Greatest Games 2:00pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 3:30pm Football Years 4:00pm EFL Highlights 5:00pm The Fantasy Football Club 5:30pm Football's Greatest Players 6:00pm EFL Greatest Games 6:30pm SPFL Greatest Games 7:00pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 8:30pm The Fantasy Football Club 8:40pm Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers 10:45pm The Fantasy Football Club 11:00pm EFL Highlights 12:00am Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights

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Coronation Street Emmerdale Emmerdale Heartbeat On the Buses Man About the House Outside Edge Agatha Christie's Poirot Heartbeat Emmerdale Emmerdale Coronation Street Coronation Street Midsomer Murders Heartbeat Agatha Christie's Poirot Lewis Foyle's War

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The Stolen Princess Ruslan, a wandering artist, embarks on a mission to save Mila, the beautiful princess he loves when she is captured by an evil sorcerer. 10:30am Widows 1:00pm Mortal Engines 3:15pm Where Hands Touch Leyna, the 15-yearold daughter of a white German mother and a black African father, meets a compassionate member of the Hitler Youth in 1944, whose father is a prominent Nazi soldier. 5:30pm Benjamin 7:15pm The Stolen Princess 9:00pm Mortal Engines 11:15pm Widows 1:30am Accident

Good Morning Sports Fans Bitesize 8:00am Good Morning Sports Fans 9:00am Good Morning Sports Fans 9:30am Live Mitre 10 Cup Rugby Union 11:25am Rugby Greatest Games 11:30am Live European Tour Golf 6:00pm Live PGA Tour Golf 8:00pm Live World Grand Prix Darts Coverage of the sixth day from the Citywest Convention Centre in Dublin, featuring the semifinals. 11:00pm Live PGA Tour Golf The Houston Open. 1:00am Sky Sports News

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On the Buses The Royal The Royal Inspector Morse Midsomer Murders Midsomer Murders Midsomer Murders Foyle's War A farmer's murder and the crash landing of an enemy plane lead Foyle to investigate the activities of a group of land girls, and the detective begins to suspect the captured German airmen have something to hide. Midsomer Murders Endeavour A Touch of Frost The Syndicate

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7:00am The Stolen Princess Ruslan, a wandering artist, embarks on a mission to save Mila, the beautiful princess he loves when she is captured by an evil sorcerer. 8:35am Where Hands Touch 10:40am Widows 1:00pm Mortal Engines In a post-apocalyptic world where cities ride on wheels and consume each other to survive, two people meet in London and try to stop a conspiracy. 3:15pm White Boy Rick 5:10pm The Stolen Princess 6:45pm Widows 9:00pm Mortal Engines 11:15pm White Boy Rick 1:15am Cruise 3:00am Accident 4:45am Benjamin

The Blue Max John Carter Mortal Engines Kingsman: The Golden Circle 4:45pm Street Fighter 6:45pm John Carter 9:00pm Kingsman: The Golden Circle 11:30pm Street Fighter 1:15am Upgrade 3:00am Serenity 5:15am The Top Ten Show

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The Love Guru Gulliver's Travels Paul Blart: Mall Cop Slaughterhouse Rulez 2:55pm We're the Millers 4:55pm Pretty Woman 7:00pm Mamma Mia! 9:00pm Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again 11:00pm Slaughterhouse Rulez 12:50am Jackass: Number Two 2:35am Jackass 2.5


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Live Formula 1 In Monaco with Charles Leclerc Lewis in the W196 with Martin Live Formula 1 Live Formula 1 The F1 Show My Icon Saturday Social Soccer A.M. Live European Tour Golf Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers Super League Gold Super League Gold Live Betfred Super League Live World Grand Prix Darts Live PGA Tour Golf Live Caribbean Premier League T20 Sky Sports News Live Bellator MMA The F1 Show Live Formula 1

8:30am Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 10:00am Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 10:30am Saturday Social 11:30am Soccer A.M. 1:00pm Gillette Soccer Saturday: Build-Up 2:30pm Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers 5:30pm The Fantasy Football Club 5:45pm The Fantasy Football Club 5:55pm Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers 8:00pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 8:30pm The Fantasy Football Club 8:40pm Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers 10:45pm The Fantasy Football Club 11:00pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 11:30pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 12:00am Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights

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Don’t do it, just don’t! MIKE SENKER IN MY OPINION Views of a Grumpy Old Man MY daughter has Netflix in the UK and we pay an extra subscription so we can watch it here and also so she can also watch it when she’s here too. The problem is that it’s an utter waste of time because if you are watching an Eng­ lish­speaking movie which has sections of people talking something other than Eng­ lish, you can’t understand what they are saying because the subtitles come up in Spanish. I asked Netflix about it in a live chat and was told it was all about licensing and copyright. Here’s my point to all companies that do this ­ Amazon TV is the same ­ don’t just don’t! There is nothing worse than this happening. If you are paying a subscription in England it should have English subtitles available even if you are watching in Spain. What’s the point of having a movie on that half way through you can’t watch it any more? These massive entertainment compa­

nies get on my nerves with all their rules and regulations about their licensing and intellectual copyright. People will pay a fair amount gladly to watch what they want, just give them the option. Because I can promise you they will find a way of watch­ ing whatever they want by using VPNs, IPTV, Kodi, Teatv and loads of other things I’ve never heard of. This is a grump about gift cards and ho­ tel key cards. Recently I was in the UK and, as you know, most hotels now use key cards. I can’t count the amount of times I get back to my room only to find it would­ n’t work, making me turn round and have to go back to reception and get a new key. The same happened on Saturday when I went to El Corte Ingles to use some of the gift cards I was very generously given for my birthday. I went to pay and was told they couldn’t read it. I was told it was because I’d had it near my phone or credit card and I’d have to go down to customer service to sort it. There is actually no way I know of that this can be stopped from happening. Surely if you can put men on the moon and have driver­ less cars, someone must be able to come up with a way that your key card can last the walk from reception to your room!

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Sunday Morning Live Wanted Down Under Bargain Hunt BBC News Weather for the Week Ahead Songs of Praise Points of View Homes Under the Hammer Escape to the Country Garden Rescue Money for Nothing Pointless BBC News BBC London News Weather Countryfile Strictly Come Dancing Antiques Roadshow World on Fire BBC News BBC London News; Weather Hindus: Caste and Me The Women's Football Show

7:35am Life in a Cottage Garden with Carol Klein 8:05am James Wong and the Malaysian Garden 9:05am Gardeners' World 10:05am Countryfile 11:00am Saturday Kitchen Best Bites 12:30pm Live Gymnastics 4:45pm The Super League Show 5:00pm Athletics 6:00pm Rugby League World Cup 7:00pm Saving Lives at Sea 8:00pm Africa with Ade Adepitan 9:00pm Dragons' Den 10:00pm The Americas with Simon Reeve The explorer travels the length of North and South America. 11:00pm The Mash Report 11:30pm Love in the Countryside 12:30amThe Spectacular Now 2:00am Question Time

7:00am Rugby World Cup 2019 Live 9:40am Rugby World Cup 2019 Live 12:20pm Rugby World Cup 2019 Live 3:00pm ITV News and Weather 3:04pm ITV London Weather 3:10pm The X Factor: Celebrity 4:40pm Tipping Point 5:40pm ITV News and Weather 5:55pm ITV News London 6:05pm Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets 9:00pm Who Wants to be a Millionaire? 10:00pm Sanditon 11:00pm ITV News and Weather 11:14pm ITV London Weather 11:15pm Inside Prison: Britain Behind Bars 12:10am Who Wants to be a Millionaire? 1:05am Rugby World Cup 2019 Highlights

7:00am Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 7:25am You've Been Framed! 7:45am Emmerdale 10:40am Coronation Street 12:35pm The X Factor: Celebrity 2:05pm Catchphrase 3:00pm You've Been Framed! 3:55pm You've Been Framed! 4:25pm Snow Dogs 5:25pm FYI Daily 5:30pm Snow Dogs 6:30pm Step Up Revolution 7:30pm FYI Daily A round-up of the latest entertainment news. 7:35pm Step Up Revolution 8:25pm The Lost World: Jurassic Park 9:55pm FYI Daily 10:00pmThe Lost World: Jurassic Park 11:00pm Celebrity Juice 11:50pm Family Guy 12:20am Family Guy 12:45am American Dad!

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8:00pm The Women's Football Show 8:30pm Handmade in Bolton 9:00pm Britain's Biggest Warship 10:00pm The Sky at Night A look at the hidden secrets of the universe. 11:00pm France 1939: One Last Summer 12:00am Britain's Greatest Generation 1:00am The Sinner 1:45am Naples '44: A Wartime Diary 3:05am Handmade in Bolton 3:35am Britain's Biggest Warship

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Cheers King of Queens Frasier Sunday Brunch Conversation, cooking and celebrity guests, presented by Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer. 1:30pm The Great British Bake Off 2:55pm Extreme Cake Makers 3:25pm Formula 1 5:25pm A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun 6:30pm Grand Designs 7:30pm Channel 4 News 8:00pm Escape to the Chateau 9:00pm Lost Kingdoms of the Black Pharoahs 10:00pm Celebrity Hunted 11:00pm The Circle 12:05amX-Men 2:00am The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice

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Motorsport UK River Monsters Monster Carp All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite 11:30am Live British Touring Car Championship 7:15pm The Car Years 7:45pm Football's Greatest: Diego Maradona A profile of the celebrated Argentine player, who went on to manage his national team. 8:00pm Rugby World Cup 2019 Highlights 9:10pm The Scorpion King 10:15pm FYI Daily A round-up of the latest entertainment news. 10:20pmThe Scorpion King 11:00pmUnderworld: Evolution 12:00am FYI Daily 12:05amUnderworld: Evolution 1:05am The Professionals

9:05am Butterbean's Cafe 9:15am Paw Patrol 9:35am Nella the Princess Knight 9:50am Wissper 10:05am Pirata & Capitano 10:20am Floogals 10:35am Shimmer and Shine 10:50am Digby Dragon 11:00am SpongeBob Squarepants 11:15am Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 11:30am Access 11:35am Friends 2:00pm National Treasure 4:30pm The Fifth Element 6:40pm 5 News Weekend 6:45pm National Treasure: Book of Secrets 7:45pm 5 News Update 7:50pm National Treasure: Book of Secrets 9:00pm Wonderful World of Animal Babies 10:00pm The World's Most Luxurious... 11:00pm Most Shocking Celebrity Moments 2:00am The 21.Co.UK Live Casino Show

7:00am Hollyoaks 9:30am The Crystal Maze 10:30amThe Borrowers 12:10pm The Goldbergs 2:10pm Brooklyn Nine-Nine 2:35pm Megamind 4:30pm The Big Bang Theory 5:00pm The Big Bang Theory 5:25pm The Big Bang Theory 5:55pm The Big Bang Theory 6:25pm The Big Bang Theory 6:55pm The Big Bang Theory 7:25pm The Big Bang Theory 7:55pm Back to the Future Part II 10:00pm Don't Tell the Bride 11:00pmRob Beckett's Savage Socials The comedian examines social media's most topical, hilarious and outrageous content. 11:50pm Pants on Fire 12:55am Naked Attraction

11:00am Batman: Assault on Arkham 12:30pm Fast & Furious Hobbs & Shaw: Special 1:00pm The Predator 3:00pm Predator 5:00pm Predator 2 7:00pm Predators 9:00pm The Predator 11:00pmPredator 1:00am Predator 2

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7:20am Miss Congeniality 9:20am Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous 11:25amYou've Got Mail 1:30pm American Pie 3:15pm American Pie 2 5:05pm Life of the Party 6:55pm Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby 9:00pm The Dictator 10:40pmBrüno 12:15amNight School


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The Stolen Princess The Top Ten Show White Boy Rick All Is True Mortal Engines In a post-apocalyptic world where cities ride on wheels and consume each other to survive, two people meet in London and try to stop a conspiracy. The Stolen Princess Ruslan, a wandering artist, embarks on a mission to save Mila, the beautiful princess he loves when she is captured by an evil sorcerer. Widows All Is True Mortal Engines White Boy Rick Widows

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Live Formula 1 Live Formula 1 Ted's Notebook Total Goals The Sunday Supplement Live EFL Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers Wales v Croatia (Kick-off 7.45pm). Coverage of the Group E match from Cardiff City Stadium. Live NFL Coverage of an NFL match. Live NBC's FNIA Coverage of Football Night in America, which looks ahead to the latest live NFL fixture. Live NFL

EFL Greatest Games EFL Greatest Games EFL Greatest Games EFL Greatest Games EFL Goals: Leagues 1 &2 Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights SPFL Greatest Games The Fantasy Football Club EFL Greatest Games EFL Greatest Games EFL Goals: Leagues 1 &2 The Sunday Supplement Live EFL Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers Euro 2020 Qualifiers Round-up Show Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights

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Claimed and Shamed Caught Red Handed Bargain Hunt BBC News at One; Weather BBC London News; Weather Doctors Headhunters Escape to the Perfect Town Make Me a Dealer Money for Nothing Pointless BBC News at Six; Weather BBC London News; Weather The One Show Inside Out London EastEnders Panorama Dublin Murders BBC News at Ten Regional News and Weather Weather The Young Offenders Have I Got a Bit More News for You

7:00am Good Morning Britain 9:30am Lorraine 10:25am Judge Rinder 11:30am This Morning A mix of celebrity chat, lifestyle features, advice and competitions. 1:30pm Loose Women 2:30pm ITV Lunchtime News 2:55pm ITV News London 3:00pm Dickinson's Real Deal 4:00pm Tenable 4:59pm ITV London Weather 5:00pm Tipping Point 6:00pm The Chase 7:00pm ITV News London 7:30pm ITV Evening News 8:00pm Live International Football 11:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather 11:30pm ITV News London 11:45pm International Football Highlights 12:45am All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite 1:40am Ideal World

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Money for Nothing Fugitives Saving Lives at Sea The Week in Parliament BBC News at 9 Victoria Derbyshire BBC Newsroom Live Politics Live The Boss My Life on a Plate Railways of the Great War with Michael Portillo Heir Hunters Emergency Rescue Down Under Yellowstone Flog It! Richard Osman's House of Games Strictly: It Takes Two Celebrity Antiques Road Trip Only Connect University Challenge What Britain Buys and Sells in a Day Motherland Newsnight Weather

7:00am The Planet's Funniest Animals 7:20am Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 7:45am You've Been Framed! 8:10am Dinner Date 9:00am You've Been Framed! 9:25am Catchphrase 10:25am The Ellen DeGeneres Show 11:25am Superstore 12:15pm Dress to Impress 1:15pm You've Been Framed! 1:45pm Catchphrase 2:50pm The Ellen DeGeneres Show 3:45pm Supermarket Sweep 4:50pm Dinner Date 5:50pm Dress to Impress 6:50pm Take Me Out 8:00pm You've Been Framed! 8:30pm You've Been Framed! 9:00pm Supermarket Sweep 10:00pmFamily Guy 10:30pmAmerican Dad! 11:00pmPlebs 11:30pm Family Guy 12:00am Family Guy 12:30am American Dad!

8:00pm Beyond 100 Days BBC News teams in Washington DC and London report on the events that are shaping the world. 8:30pm Pubs, Ponds and Power: The Story of the Village 9:00pm American History's Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley 10:00pm The Last Battle of the Vikings 11:00pm The Real Doctor Zhivago 12:00am The Story of China 1:00am Milton Keynes and Me 2:00am Dwarfs in Art: A New Perspective 2:55am Peter York on Hipsters 3:55am American History's Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley

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Coronation Street Coronation Street Emmerdale Emmerdale Heartbeat On the Buses On the Buses Man About the House Outside Edge Outside Edge Agatha Christie's Poirot Heartbeat Emmerdale Emmerdale Coronation Street Coronation Street Midsomer Murders Heartbeat Agatha Christie's Poirot Midsomer Murders Scott & Bailey Scott & Bailey A Touch of Frost ITV3 Nightscreen

10:10am Frasier 10:40am Frasier 11:10am Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA 12:05pm Undercover Boss USA 1:00pm Channel 4 News 1:05pm Couples Come Dine with Me 2:05pm A New Life in the Sun 3:10pm Countdown 4:00pm A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun 5:00pm Sun, Sea and Selling Houses 6:00pm Four in a Bed 6:30pm Your Room or Mine? 7:00pm The Simpsons 7:30pm Hollyoaks 8:00pm Channel 4 News 8:55pm Stand Up To Cancer 9:00pm Jamie's Meat-Free Meals 9:30pm Travel Man: 48 Hours In 10:00pm Crime and Punishment 11:00pm The Circle 12:05am 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown

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Only When I Laugh The Saint Kojak Quincy, M.E. Minder The Sweeney The Professionals The Saint Kojak Quincy, M.E. Minder The Professionals The Sweeney The Chase Celebrity Special 9:00pm Junk and Disorderly Henry Cole and Sam Lovegrove look to make a profit on motorcycle memorabilia. 10:00pmApollo 13 11:15pm FYI Daily 11:20pmApollo 13 12:50amThe Mechanic 1:50am FYI Daily

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Top Wing Paw Patrol Floogals Becca's Bunch Little Princess Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom Jeremy Vine GPs: Behind Closed Doors 5 News Lunchtime GPs: Behind Closed Doors Access Home and Away Neighbours My Deadly Friend: Pretty and Poisonous Friends Friends 5 News at 5 Neighbours Home and Away 5 News Tonight Premiership Rugby Cup Highlights Traffic Cops Inside... Flights From Hell Banged Up Abroad

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Hollyoaks Hollyoaks Celebrity Coach Trip Melissa & Joey Melissa & Joey Baby Daddy Baby Daddy The Big Bang Theory The Big Bang Theory The Goldbergs The Goldbergs Brooklyn Nine-Nine Brooklyn Nine-Nine The Big Bang Theory The Big Bang Theory Mike & Molly Mike & Molly Speechless Speechless Brooklyn Nine-Nine Brooklyn Nine-Nine The Goldbergs The Goldbergs The Big Bang Theory The Big Bang Theory Hollyoaks Celebrity Coach Trip Young Sheldon Made in Chelsea Jade The Big Bang Theory

Joker: Special A sneak peek at the upcoming DC Comics-inspired thriller, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Robert De Niro. 7:00am The Stolen Princess 8:45am All Is True 10:45am Changeland Brandon is ready to take his wife, Vanessa, on a surprise anniversary trip to Thailand. 12:30pm Mortal Engines 2:50pm Hotel Mumbai: Special 3:20pm White Boy Rick 5:20pm All Is True 7:15pm Changeland 9:00pm Mortal Engines 11:15pm White Boy Rick 1:10am Accident 2:45am Benjamin 4:15am Motherhood 5:45am The Stolen Princess


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Good Morning Sports Fans Bitesize Good Morning Sports Fans Bitesize Good Morning Sports Fans Good Morning Sports Fans Good Morning Sports Fans Football Centre Football Centre Sky Sports News Sky Sports News Sky Sports News Sky Sports News Sky Sports News Sky Sports News at 5 Live International Football Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers The Fantasy Football Club Sky Sports News at Ten Sky Sports News Sky Sports News Live NFL

1:00pm EFL Greatest Games 1:45pm SPFL Greatest Games 2:00pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Round-up Show 3:00pm Football Years 3:30pm Football Years 4:00pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 4:30pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 5:00pm The Fantasy Football Club 5:15pm The Fantasy Football Club 5:30pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Round-up Show 6:30pm SPFL Greatest Games 6:45pm The Fantasy Football Club 6:55pm Live International Football 9:00pm Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers 10:45pm The Fantasy Football Club 11:00pm SPFL Greatest Games 11:15pm SPFL Greatest Games 11:30pm MLS Round-Up Show 12:00am Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights

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6:05am Judge Rinder 7:00am Good Morning Britain 9:30am Lorraine 10:25am Judge Rinder 11:30am This Morning 1:30pm Loose Women 2:30pm ITV Lunchtime News 2:55pm ITV News London 3:00pm Dickinson's Real Deal 4:00pm Tenable 4:59pm ITV London Weather 5:00pm Tipping Point 6:00pm The Chase 7:00pm ITV News London 7:30pm ITV Evening News 8:00pm Emmerdale 9:00pm Love Your Garden 10:00pm Joanna Lumley's Japan 11:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather 11:30pm ITV News London 11:45pm Exposure 12:35am Tenable 1:30am Ideal World 4:00am River Monsters 4:50am ITV Nightscreen

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Money for Nothing Escape to the Perfect Town Hairy Bikers: Route 66 BBC News at 9 Victoria Derbyshire BBC Newsroom Live Politics Live The Boss My Life on a Plate Railways of the Great War with Michael Portillo Heir Hunters Emergency Rescue Down Under Yellowstone Flog It! Richard Osman's House of Games Strictly: It Takes Two Celebrity Antiques Road Trip Saving Lives at Sea Love in the Countryside Defending the Guilty Newsnight Weather NFL This Week The Big Hospital Experiment

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Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records You've Been Framed! Dinner Date You've Been Framed! Catchphrase The Ellen DeGeneres Show Superstore Superstore Dress to Impress You've Been Framed! Catchphrase The Ellen DeGeneres Show Supermarket Sweep Dinner Date Dress to Impress Take Me Out You've Been Framed! You've Been Framed! Supermarket Sweep Family Guy Family Guy Zomboat! Family Guy Family Guy American Dad! American Dad! Celebrity Juice The Cleveland Show Superstore

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Only When I Laugh The Saint Kojak Quincy, M.E. Minder Terry watches over the home of a 1960s rock star, while he is away playing a season in Las Vegas. The Sweeney The Professionals The Saint Kojak Quincy, M.E. Minder The Professionals The Sweeney The Chase World Superbike Highlights Caught on Camera Jaws FYI Daily Jaws The Professionals Minder ITV4 Nightscreen Teleshopping

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The Big Bang Theory The Big Bang Theory Hollyoaks Hollyoaks Celebrity Coach Trip Melissa & Joey Melissa & Joey Baby Daddy Baby Daddy The Big Bang Theory The Big Bang Theory The Goldbergs The Goldbergs Brooklyn Nine-Nine Brooklyn Nine-Nine The Big Bang Theory The Big Bang Theory Mike & Molly Mike & Molly Speechless Speechless Brooklyn Nine-Nine Brooklyn Nine-Nine The Goldbergs The Goldbergs The Big Bang Theory The Big Bang Theory Hollyoaks Celebrity Coach Trip Back to the Future Part III 11:50pm Naked Attraction 12:50am The Big Bang Theory

6:00am Sky Sports News 7:00am Good Morning Sports Fans Bitesize 7:30am Good Morning Sports Fans Bitesize 8:00am Good Morning Sports Fans 9:00am Good Morning Sports Fans 10:00am Good Morning Sports Fans 11:00am Sky Sports News 12:00pm Sky Sports News 1:00pm Sky Sports News 2:00pm Sky Sports News 3:00pm Sky Sports News 4:00pm Sky Sports News 5:00pm Sky Sports News 6:00pm Sky Sports News at 5 7:00pm Sky Sports News at 6 8:00pm Live Euro 2020 Qualifiers 11:15pm Sky Sports News at Ten 12:00am Sky Sports News 1:00am Sky Sports News 2:00am Sky Sports News 3:00am Sky Sports News 4:00am Sky Sports News 5:00am Sky Sports News

7:20am Cruise During the 1980s, Gio has little on his mind except racing cars and chasing girls, until he meets a young woman with a wild side. 9:10am All Is True William Shakespeare is forced to return to face the demons of his past in Stratford when the Globe Theatre burns down. 11:00am Mortal Engines 1:25pm White Boy Rick 3:30pm Transference 5:30pm Changeland 7:15pm All Is True 9:00pm Mortal Engines 11:15pm Transference 1:10am White Boy Rick 3:10am Cruise 4:50am Benjamin

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10 - 16 October 2019

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Left out in the cold MARBELLA MOMENTS BY NICOLE KING HAVING a cold is not the end of the world, which is just as well as right now so many people are coughing, spluttering and nose­ blowing wherever one goes. Mine came on last Monday. I didn’t feel ill when I woke up but I did notice I looked and felt a little more haggard and I cer­ tainly wasn’t my bouncy self. Within a couple of hours and without further warning I sud­ denly felt like an airbag had gone off in my head, the pressure was almost scary until I realised what was happening; or what I thought was happening ­ ‘I too was getting the ‘flu’.’ I had to record TV the next day so I went to bed early, repeating

to myself emphatically that I’d be fine in the morning, which is just as well, as even with such positive intentions it was a big­ ger challenge than I’d anticipat­ ed. My first interview was with Be­ goña Castillo at the largest Span­ ish business networking associa­ tion in Andalucia, CIT Marbella. I was really looking forward to it, as this association will be of much in­ terest to our international com­ munity. Now I’m interested to see how the interview actually came out as I don’t remember much about that part of the morning, except it was thanks to Begoña and the CIT team’s guidance that I next made my way to a chemist before carrying on to the Paloma Blanca Hotel to meet the rest of the guests. It was my RTV Marbella cam­ eraman Carlos who later pointed out how effective the ‘Frenadol’ was proving to be as I went from

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guest to guest, interviewing and apologising to each for being un­ well and explaining why I was keeping my distance ‘to not pass on the ‘flu’.’ Rachel Garrod PhD MCSP is a breathing specialist (perfect timing to have her on

the show!) and she pointed out that although the medicine was helping, I was just stifling the symptoms but doing nothing to actually cure myself. Drinking lots of water is the main key.

She also reprimanded me for telling everyone I had ‘flu’ ­ ap­ parently this can cause unwar­ ranted panic in a community. I admit I brandished the word without much thought (probably because I’m not a doctor hehe) but I honestly thought that’s what I must have: I ached from head to toe, could hardly open my watery eyes, found it hard to walk, talk or even think with my head so intensely congested; how could this be just a cold? That was three days ago and I haven’t been out of the house since; I’m missing all the Marbel­ la International Film Festival screenings, workshops, red car­ pet premieres and events and I’m not sure I’ll make it to the Age Concern Ball tonight either; nor can I wear any of my new fancy Mapuchi Moda clothes se­ lected for me by Sara just for these occasions ­ making me feel totally left out in the cold! • • Advertising Feature

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7:00am Breakfast 10:15am Rip Off Britain: Live 11:00am Homes Under the Hammer 12:00pm Claimed and Shamed 12:45pm Caught Red Handed 1:15pm Bargain Hunt 2:00pm BBC News at One 2:30pm BBC London News 2:45pm Doctors 3:15pm Headhunters 4:00pm Escape to the Perfect Town 4:45pm Make Me a Dealer 5:30pm Money for Nothing 6:15pm Pointless 7:00pm BBC News at Six 7:30pm BBC London News 8:00pm The One Show 9:00pm Eat Well for Less 10:00pm The Apprentice 11:00pm BBC News at Ten 11:25pm Regional News and Weather 11:30pm Weather 11:35pm Breaking Fashion 12:10am The Truth About... 1:10am Weather for the Week Ahead 1:15am BBC News

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Shop Well for Less BBC News at 9 Victoria Derbyshire BBC Newsroom Live Politics Live The Boss My Life on a Plate Emergency Rescue Down Under Heir Hunters The Wonder of Animals Yellowstone Flog It! Richard Osman's House of Games Strictly: It Takes Two The Andrew Neil Show Inside the Channel Tunnel Your Home Made Perfect Catching Britain's Killers: The Crimes That Changed Us The Apprentice: You're Fired! Newsnight Weather Murder, Mystery and My Family


Beyond 100 Days BBC News teams in Washington DC and London report on the events that are shaping the world. 8:30pm Pubs, Ponds and Power: The Story of the Village 9:00pm Castles: Britain's Fortified History Historian Sam Willis charts how Edward I turned the castle into an instrument of colonisation. 10:00pm Hollywood's Brightest Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story 11:25pm Horizon 12:25am Sex, Lies and Love Bites: The Agony Aunt Story 1:25am Time Shift 2:25am Two Types: The Faces of Britain 3:25am Hollywood's Brightest Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

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Mike & Molly King of Queens Everybody Loves Raymond Frasier Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USA Undercover Boss USA Channel 4 News Couples Come Dine with Me A New Life in the Sun Countdown A Place in the Sun Sun, Sea and Selling Houses Four in a Bed Your Room or Mine? The Simpsons Hollyoaks Channel 4 News Stand Up To Cancer Location, Location, Location Grand Designs The Circle 21 Kids and Counting Snackmasters

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Good Morning Britain Lorraine Judge Rinder This Morning Loose Women ITV Lunchtime News ITV News London Dickinson's Real Deal Tenable ITV London Weather Tipping Point The Chase ITV News London ITV Evening News Emmerdale Coronation Street Britain's Busiest Airport - Heathrow Coronation Street Long-running drama with the residents of England's most famous cobbled street. Doc Martin ITV News at Ten and Weather ITV News London Peston Tenable Ideal World

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The Planet's Funniest Animals Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records You've Been Framed! Dinner Date Emmerdale You've Been Framed! The Ellen DeGeneres Show Superstore Dress to Impress Emmerdale You've Been Framed! The Ellen DeGeneres Show Supermarket Sweep Dinner Date Dress to Impress Take Me Out You've Been Framed! Supermarket Sweep Family Guy Don't Hate the Playaz Family Guy American Dad!

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Coronation Street Coronation Street Emmerdale Emmerdale Heartbeat On the Buses On the Buses Man About the House 11:30am Agatha Christie's Poirot 1:40pm Heartbeat 2:45pm Emmerdale 3:15pm Emmerdale 3:50pm Coronation Street 4:20pm Coronation Street 4:55pm Midsomer Murders 6:55pm Heartbeat 7:55pm Agatha Christie's Poirot 9:00pm Agatha Christie's Poirot 11:05pm Agatha Christie's Poirot 1:05am Law & Order: UK

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Only When I Laugh The Saint Kojak Quincy, M.E. Minder The Sweeney The Professionals The Saint Kojak Quincy, M.E. Minder The Professionals The Sweeney The Chase Celebrity Special 9:00pm Made in Britain 10:00pm T2: Judgement Day 11:05pm FYI Daily A round-up of the latest entertainment news. 11:10pm T2: Judgement Day 12:50am Starsky and Hutch 1:50am FYI Daily 1:55am Starsky and Hutch

Top Wing Paw Patrol Floogals Becca's Bunch Little Princess Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom Jeremy Vine GPs: Behind Closed Doors 5 News Lunchtime GPs: Behind Closed Doors Access Home and Away Neighbours Death of a Cheerleader Friends 5 News at 5 Neighbours Home and Away 5 News Tonight Britain by Bike with Larry & George Lamb Police Interceptors Live Brexit Referendum: Do We Want No Deal? Portillo: The Trouble with the Tories Caught on Camera

7:45am Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts 9:15am Batman Unlimited: Mech vs Mutants 10:45am The Top Ten Show 11:00am The Darkest Minds 1:00pm Street Fighter 3:00pm Kick-Ass 5:00pm Kick-Ass 2 7:00pm The Darkest Minds 9:00pm Street Fighter 11:00pm Kick-Ass 1:15am Kick-Ass 2

8:15am Extracurricular Activities 9:55am Fat Camp 11:25am The Longest Yard 1:25pm Crazy, Stupid, Love 3:25pm You've Got Mail 5:30pm Mr. Deeds 7:10pm Grown Ups 9:00pm Grown Ups 2 10:45pm You Don't Mess with the Zohan 12:45am Mr. Deeds 2:30am Brüno


7:00am Hollyoaks 8:00am Celebrity Coach Trip 9:00am Melissa & Joey 10:00am Baby Daddy 11:00am The Big Bang Theory 12:00pm The Goldbergs 1:00pm Brooklyn Nine-Nine 2:30pm The Big Bang Theory 3:00pm Mike & Molly 3:30pm Mike & Molly 4:00pm Speechless 4:30pm Speechless 5:00pm Brooklyn Nine-Nine 6:00pm The Goldbergs 6:30pm The Goldbergs 7:00pm The Big Bang Theory 7:30pm The Big Bang Theory 8:00pm Hollyoaks 8:30pm Celebrity Coach Trip 9:30pm The Big Bang Theory 10:00pm The 100 11:00pm Krypton 12:00am The Big Bang Theory 12:30am The Big Bang Theory 1:00am Gogglebox

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7:00am All Is True 9:00am Transference Tess Chandler investigates when her husband Kelley, who works for the Central Intelligence Agency, is seriously injured on a mission and winds up in a coma. 11:00am White Boy Rick 1:00pm Mortal Engines In a postapocalyptic world where cities ride on wheels and consume each other to survive, two people meet in London and try to stop a conspiracy. 3:15pm Benjamin 5:00pm All Is True 7:00pm White Boy Rick 9:00pm Mortal Engines 11:15pm Foxtrot 1:15am Transference

Good Morning Sports Fans Bitesize Sky Sports News Sky Sports News Sky Sports News Sky Sports News Drive Time USA The latest news with discussion of the big issues from the game. Sky Sports News Sky Sports News Sky Sports News at 5 Sports news and updates. Sky Sports News at 6 Sky Sports Tonight This evening's leading sports stories. Sky Sports Tonight Sky Sports Tonight The Debate Discussion on the latest football news. Sky Sports News Sky Sports News

11:00am EFL Highlights 12:00pm The Fantasy Football Club 12:30pm Football's Greatest Players 1:00pm EFL Greatest Games 1:30pm SPFL Greatest Games 2:00pm Football Countdowns 3:00pm Football Years 4:00pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 4:30pm Football Countdowns 5:00pm The Fantasy Football Club 5:30pm Football's Greatest Players 6:00pm EFL Greatest Games 6:30pm SPFL Greatest Games 7:00pm MLS Round-Up Show 7:30pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Highlights 9:00pm Championship Season Review 11:00pm Euro 2020 Qualifiers Round-up Show 12:00am Football's Greatest Players 1:00am Football Years

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TIME OUT ‘Greetings cards featuring artwork by AudreyQ are available at P.C. Highway, Javea with profits going to Aspadis, a Valencian charity for severely handicapped children.’

FOR NEXT 7 DAYS AQUARIUS (January 21 - February 19) Yours is a big ship. You are able to take a lot on board but you don’t have to. In this special week, when you see things so clearly, be selective. Allow into your life only that which is valuable and worthwhile. This is not selfishness, it is providing a source of inspiration for the present and the future.

PISCES (February 20 - March 20) Your old shoes are comfortable and still have a lot of wear in them but someone is suggesting that you should buy some new shoes and throw the old ones away. They are no longer shiny. They are no longer fashionable. They do, however, provide all that you need.

ARIES (March 21 - April 20) That little bit of extra cash has made you realise something. Not everything is as simple as you would wish it to be, and throwing money at a problem will not make it go away entirely. There are some things that you need to come to terms with. It is much easier to incorporate the uneasy into your life if you take a more relaxed attitude.

TAURUS (April 21 - May 21) Sometimes, when we are making a journey, it is not the usual route that is best. Something has changed in your sphere and there is a need to adjust to it. There are other options that will bring the same result and maybe even a more convenient one. You will need to do two things. The first is to open your mind to the possibilities.

GEMINI (May 22 - June 21) Someone needs to learn to stand on their own two feet. It isn’t you, but it’s close. Finding a balance between helping and idly standing by while mistakes are made is necessary. It’s not easy but it has to be done. You may break into a sweat this week and it won’t suit your nerves, but you’ll get through.

CANCER (June 22 - July 23) A way opens up before you that can bring wealth. Branching off from that is a path to certain happiness. Which will you take? If having that money means changing your nature (or trying to) is that going to make you happy? On the other hand, if you sidestep the money can you still be happy? Keep things

simple. You know where you are.

LEO (July 24 - August 23) Are you looking for guidance? Maybe you are thinking that a recent acquaintance will be able to provide it. You ran something by a few friends and they are not so sure. That is because this is a situation where you need an expert, not a well-wisher. Best not to waste your time and jangle your nerves. Get that expert even if it costs a few pennies.

Cartoon by Audrey Quinton

VIRGO (August 24 - September 23) It appears at times that you are in the middle of a play. The lights are on you, the mike’s wired, your audience awaits, then nothing. Not that you are lost for words. You know exactly what to say and do. What you are wondering is why you are there in the first place. Maybe where you are was not intended.

LIBRA (September 24 - October 23) There’s a lot of buzzing going on in your head. No, it isn’t tinnitus, it’s something quite different. You know it’s a great time to get ideas and act on them. However, trying to act on too many at once is causing some confusion. Maybe there’s too much going on.

SCORPIO (October 24 - November 22) You’ve been working hard, maybe in the dark some of the time. This week someone shines a torch on your situation and you see exactly where you are. Are you surprised? You shouldn’t be.









IRISH LOTTO Saturday October 5









EURO MILLIONS Tuesday October 1





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SAGITTARIUS (November 23 - December 21) Getting a creative project started has opened your eyes to many things. Perhaps you question why you did not do it before. The fact is that it doesn’t matter. You are where you are right here and not because that was where you were heading. Enjoy the feeling, the praise and the satisfaction.



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CAPRICORN (December 22 - January 20) Just imagine for one day that you have achieved everything your heart has desired. When you wake up in the morning believe it is so. Feel how your spirits lift and your heart sings. Carry that feeling through the week and beyond. If you believe that you are a success you can be. Why stop when it feels so good?

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Famous quote

When you end up happily married, even the failed relationships have worked beautifully to get you there. Julia Roberts

Women’s wit

Don’t waste a minute not being happy. If one window closes, run to the next window - or break down a door. Brooke Shields

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Across 1 Destroy copse area (5) 4 A thousand flowers for teachers (7) 8 Wrong grid one disregarded (7) 9 Race around Tiber (5) 10 For Cyril it's composition - others note his words (8) 11 Faint sound of a bucket (4) 13 The tide went out and Ed ate carefully (6) 15 Begins again about current events (6) 18 Appear to be entertained by Chinese emperor (4) 19 Split peas, ridiculous price (8) 22 Violent behaviour from punch bag group (5) 23 Become established outside a US city (7) 24 Frilly attachments are awfully tasteless - no note included (7) 25 Irritable jury's conclusion after trial (5) Down 1 Having smothered good person, I ran away (7) 2 Proprietor getting some children worked up (5) 3 Sweetens her since break up (8) 4 Jellyfish made us ill (6) 5 Son of Adam in Somerset House (4) 6 Ruler's office makes them cross

(7) 7 Nick dislodged slate (5) 12 Power unit in Maine, Georgia and Washington doubled temperature (8) 14 Dovetail joins surfaces (7)

Code Breaker

16 Picturesque views of stage setting (7) 17 Against poetry on the radio (6) 18 Hardly any in Tuscan takeaway (5) 20 Singers lost a production (5) 21 Gave birth to a dull person (4)

Each number in the Code Breaker grid represents a different letter of the alphabet. In this week’s puzzle, 11 represents Q and 13 represents T, so fill in Q every time the figure 11 appears and T 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.

Across 1 Appease (6) 4 Get healthy again (4) 8 Be in direct physical contact with (9) 9 Kitchen appliance used for baking or roasting (4) 10 Morally pure (6) 13 Not in physical motion (6) 15 Leave out (4) 18 Jerky American dance, popular in the 1940s (9) 19 Become weary (4) 20 Wind or move in a spiral course (6)

English - Spanish

Across 1 Ensayo (escuela) (5) 4 Escarcha (5) 10 To annoint (5) 11 Elderly (7) 12 Estantería (8) 13 Arbusto (4) 15 Loose (slack) (6) 17 Sastre (6) 19 Escritorio (mueble) (4) 20 Storm cloud (8) 23 Monthly (7) 24 Ink (5) 25 Corteza (de pan) (5) 26 To take out (5)


Down 1 Puffed up with vanity (7) 2 Desist from (5) 3 Country in the South Pacific (4) 5 Prepares for publication (5) 6 See 18 7 Illuminate (5) 11 Tie or link together (7) 12 Alcoholic drink from fermented cider (5) 14 Subsequently to (5) 16 Molten rock in the earth's crust (5) 17 Carry out, as an order (4) 18/6 Fatigue caused by long flights (3,3)

The clues are mixed, some clues are in Spanish and some are in English.

Down 2 Century (5) 3 Albaricoques (8) 5 Rock (geology) (4) 6 Gaviota (7) 7 Basurero (7,4) 8 Cintura (5) 9 Suegra (6-2-3) 14 Guarantee (8) 16 To teach (7) 18 Molar (tooth) (5) 21 Round (of negotiations, drinks) (5) 22 Tazas (4)





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 (BORDER) and one letter in four other cells are given as clues.


LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION 1 Spread 2 Depart 3 Rating 4 Powder 5 Regent 6 Bestir 7 Turret 8 Orient 9 Errant 10 United 11 Loosen 12 Coward 13 Strode 14 Within 15 Stance 16 Girdle 17 Motion 18 Filter 19 Malice.


Fill all the empty squares using the numbers 1 to 9, so that the sum of each horizontal block equals the ‘clue’ on its left, and the sum of each vertical block equals the clue on its top. No number may be used in the same block more than once.

• Average: 18 • Good: 25

• Very good: 36 • Excellent: 46

SCORING: 4 letters: 1 point 7 letters: 5 points 5 letters: 2 points 8 or more letters: 6 letters: 3 points 11 points

Average: 13 Good: 19 Very good: 27


Excellent: 34

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acre aper arch arco care carp cere char core corn corp cran crop earn erne hare harp hear here hero hoar hoer horn narc near orca pare pear peer pore porn race rape reap rhea roan rope acorn apron caner caper cheer chore coper copra crane crape creep crepe crone heron hoper nacre narco ocher ochre opera orach pacer parch perch porch preen prone ranch ranee reach recap recon roach anchor archon careen carhop chorea cohere cornea echoer encore hereon opener orache orphan prance preach rancho reopen cheaper poacher chaperon earphone CHAPERONE



1 Minus, 2/17 Jet set, 3 Rare, 4 Ponder, 5 Erudite, 6 Scare, 9 Crimson, 11 Canary, 12 Bacon, 14 Pious, 15 Lean.





1 Records, 5 Cater, 8 Tramp, 9 Chagrin, 10 Inspire, 11 Meals, 12 Shamed, 14 Drones, 18 Dated, 20 Oedipus, 22 Margins, 23 Chore, 24 Noddy, 25 Deludes. Down: 1 Retains, 2 Class, 3 Reptile, 4 Secret, 5 Chasm, 6 Terrain, 7 Rants, 13 Attired, 15 Radical, 16 Sisters, 17 Doused, 18 Demon, 19 Daisy, 21 Proud.

1 Pasa, 3 Vástagos, 8 Temblar, 9 Calor, 10 Odour, 11 Viernes, 12 Preach, 13 Marble, 16 Asi como, 18 Loros, 20 Chalk, 21 Carrera, 22 Anywhere, 23 Yolk. Down:

1 Potro, 2 Someone, 4 Arrive, 5 Galán, 6 Sureste, 7 Alarm clock, 9 Cremallera, 12 Plancha, 14 Borrego, 15 Roncar, 17 Italy, 19 Snack.

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QUIZ: YET ANOTHER PUB QUIZ 1. In Coronation Street, what is the name of the (fictional) brewery that originally built and supplies the Rovers Return pub? 2. In Only Fools and Horses, what is the name of Del-Boy and Rodney’s local pub? 3. The Hand and Flowers pub in Marlow, the first in the UK to scoop two Michelin stars, is owned by which TV chef? 4. What is the most popular pub name in the UK: (a) Bell Inn, (b) Red Lion or (c) Royal Oak? 5. What is the name of the main local pub, currently run by Kenton and Jolene, in the long-running Radio 4 soap opera The Archers? 6. What was the name of the pub in London’s East End, where Ronnie Kray shot and killed rival gangster George Cornell, in March 1966?

7. What was the title of Australian singer Slim Dusty’s only UK Top 10 hit single, which reached number three in 1959? 8. Which pub has the fictional address 46 Albert Square, Walford, London E20? 9. Which Robert Louis Stevenson novel, first published in serial form in 1883, features a pub called the Admiral Benbow Inn? 10. Who was the founder and lead singer of the pub rock band Kilburn and the Highroads, which disbanded in July 1976? Not a lot of people know that… the pub with the longest name in the UK is The Old Thirteenth Cheshire Astley Volunteer Rifleman Corps Inn in Stalybridge, Greater Manchester







1 Major, 4 Press, 7 Tarantula, 8 Sect, 10 Decide, 12 Bridal, 13 Keep, 16 Castanets, 18 Nanny, 19 Notes.

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


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



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David Lee Roth, Rock singer; October 10, Wolverine in the X-Men film series. In 64 2018, he starred as Gary Hart in the film The Rock vocalist with Van Halen from 1974 to Front Runner.  His other credits 1985 the singer went on to pursue a solo include  Prisoners,  The Prestige,  Les Misérables, Pan and Van Helsing.  career. He has a webcast via YouTube called The Roth Show. Ashanti, R&B singer; October 13, 38 Angela Lansbury. Bradley James, TV actor; October 11, 35 The singer is best known for her self-titled James is best known for playing the role of King debut album, which yielded the hit song ‘Foolish’ and Arthur alongside  Richard Wilson  in the BBC TV set a record for opening week sales. She also worked as an extra in two  Spike Lee  movies, series  Merlin. Prior to that, he made his television debut in the ITV series Lewis in 2008. He also played including Malcolm X.  the role of Carl in the 2012 film Fast Girls. Sir Cliff Richard, Singer; October 14, 78 Hugh Jackman, Movie actor; October 12, 50 The British favourite has sold more than 250 million records internationally and who adopted a The Australian actor best known for playing

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.

singing style reminiscent of Little Richard. His debut single ‘Move It’ influenced many British rock musicians. Anthony Joshua, Boxer; October 15, 29 The British heavyweight with a piston-like jab won super heavyweight gold in the 2012 Olympics and turned pro the following year. He held the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO titles between 2016 and 2019.  Angela Lansbury, Actress; October 16, 93 The Golden Globe-winning actress played Jessica Fletcher on Murder, She Wrote, and also gained recognition for her role in Mame. She also provided the voice of the teapot Mrs Potts in the 1991 animated film Beauty and the Beast.

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IF the Women’s Murder Club can’t be together this Christmas, a killer is to blame. As the holidays approach, Detective Lindsay Boxer and her friends in the Women’s Murder Club have much to celebrate. Crime is down. The medical examiner ’s office is quiet. Even the courts are showing some Christmas spirit. And the news cycle is so slow that journalist Cindy Thomas is on assignment to tell a story about the true meaning of the season for San Francisco. Then a fearsome criminal known only as ‘Loman’ seizes control of the headlines. He is planning a deadly surprise for Christmas morning. And he has commissioned dozens of criminal colleagues to take actions that will mask his plans. All that Lindsay and the SFPD can figure out is that Loman's greed - for riches, for bloodshed, for attention - is limitless.



1138 - Huge tremors A massive earthquake strikes Aleppo; it is one of the most destructive earthquakes ever. 1311 - Hands tied The peerage and clergy restrict the authority of English kings with the Ordinances of 1311. 1492 - Explorer Christopher Columbus’s first expedition makes landfall in the Caribbean, specifically in The Bahamas. 1692 - Witch trials The Salem witch trials are ended by a letter from the governor of the Massachusetts Bay Province. 1780 - Huge casualties The Great Hurricane of 1780 kills up to 30,000 in the Caribbean. 1799 - Air raising Jeanne Geneviève Labrosse is first woman to jump from a balloon with a parachute. 1810 - Glasses raised The citizens of Munich hold first Oktoberfest. 1868 - Lengthy war The Ten Years’ War begins against Spanish rule in Cuba. 1918 - Sunk at sea RMS Leinster is torpedoed and sunk by UB-123, killing 564, the worst-ever in the Irish Sea. 1933 - Air disaster A United Airlines Boeing 247 is destroyed by sabotage, the first such proven case in the history of commercial aviation. 1968 - Lift off NASA launches Apollo 7, the first successful manned Apollo mission. 1984 - Female feat Aboard Space Shuttle Challenger, astronaut Kathryn D Sullivan is the first American woman to do a space walk.

This week in history

A deadly surprise






NO one knew what to make of John DeLorean. He was larger than life, married to top model, Christina Ferrare, and always in the spotlight. No one questioned his sudden decision to build a new type of motor vehicle. It seemed like DeLorean was perfectly capable of effortlessly making his dream become a reality. But he didn’t have the money to create his sports car. He had to go down an incredibly dark path, but couldn’t make things work. An American visionary soon became known as a liar and fraud.


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Only lawyers win SO, we have the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, currently trotting around Africa, determined to demonstrate that they’re earning their keep. During this trip, Prince Harry has fired a broadside at the tabloid press. He is entitled to be furious if newspapers have tapped his or his family’s phones. Although taking legal action is unusual for a royal, this is a crime and he can rightly take the tabloids responsible to court. He is also entitled to be furious that a newspaper has published a private letter written by his wife to her father. The couple may be equally entitled to sue the newspaper that published the letter for copyright, but it’s not so black and white. The letter was legally owned by Meghan’s father. If the newspaper legally obtained the letter from him, is it not Meghan’s publicity-hungry father who should be the target of Harry’s ire? By suing the paper, is he not attracting more attention on his apparently strained relationship with his father-in-law and this isn’t protecting his family privacy. There’s no doubt former actress Meghan Markle is per fect clickbait, but she won’ t play the tabloid’ s game. Now they can’ t do right for doing wrong, but is Harry’s lawsuit going to help or will only the lawyers win?

MONEY MAKER I READ your article on the new Renfe card, it seems to me it is another way of making money from travellers who use the train infrequently, such as tourists travelling to and from the air­ port, they are likely to make only one or two journeys and are less likely to understand the very complicated ticket machines at stations, this means that they will probably pay an extra 50 cents on each journey. Paul Wynn

Are all people in power blind or just don’t want to know or unwilling to face the problem. At the moment black peo­ ple are killing each other due to the drugs war that’s going on around the country to some people that’s just fine. It’s not a nice situation we have here but all what you have stated is spot­on in every way, I congratulate you for stating the obvious. My only wish is that I could have access to your paper over here or can I get it on the inter­ net? I would be delighted if you could let me know. Thanks again for an hon­ est nail on the head bit of writing. Regards, John Harrison *You can read Euro Weekly News online at:

Migration DEAR Leapy, No slings and arrows I assure you. Ex­ cellent article. What you have in the UK is also a huge problem in Holland. Most Dutch have had it with migrants and the arrogance and aggression of Africans that have moved into this tiny country. The truth of the matter is that all Eu­ rope has lost their pride and their own culture. The English are the same as the Europeans. It’s all loud talk, big brave words, drunkenness, drugs, tattoos and if a family member is raped or abused, they blame colonialism. What a pathetic excuse. Carry on Leapy, and spread your message. In SA the Xhosa are killing the mi­ grants coming in. That’s black on black!! Don’t see that on BBC. Regards, Hans de Leeuw

RENFE: New card costs 50c. between us and there never will be. We are forced by law to tolerate this situa­ tion. When people get together it is common for this subject to be dis­ cussed and all agree that we will not tolerate this situation for much longer, but no one in power seems to under­ stand that there is a problem.

Social integration BEEN on holiday in Mallorca and just happened to pick­up the Euro Weekly newspaper. I must admit your reference regarding social inte­ gration was just spot­on. Your think­ ing has been common thinking by most people for years. I live in Wales now and only too pleased to get away from the greater London area as the majority of people there now are black with the odd white person now and then. You are quite correct when you state that there is little integration

Leapy for PM? EACH week we read your item in the paper. We cannot thank you enough for your thoughts, we agree with you 100 per cent and would back you to be PM if Boris fails. Thanks. Allan and Jean Barber

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Electric Scooter Rider Pulled Over By Cops On Spanish Motorway I have just seen a man,with a child about four years old on one of these, going down the main road among all the traffic, really responsible parent he is!!!!!!! Another thing that really gets me, we motorists, scooter riders or whatever have to pay road tax, in­ surance and abide by the laws of the road, they pay nothing and abide by no laws. John Grieve They probably go faster than cyclists on the motor­ ways, but the Guardia still let the cyclists on motor­ ways, lol. Matt Coy

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A NEW study has revealed that nearly two­thirds of young car­ ers suffer from mental health problems because of their car­ ing duties. The study, which looks at six European countries, warns that the failure of those govern­ ments to take proactive action on behalf of young carers could be in breach of human rights law. Published by the Me­We Young Carers project, the new research found that 60 per cent of the 276 adolescent young carers ­ defined as those aged 15 to 17 ­ reported mental health problems because of their caring. Thirty per cent said they had thought about hurting them­ selves and 12 per cent had thought about hurting others. Of the latter, 43 per cent had thought of hurting the person they cared for. Thirty per cent of adolescent

PRESSURES: Many young carers suffer mental health problems.

‘More relaxed’ DAME HELEN MIRREN, 74, has revealed she used to be ‘para­ noid’ about her looks, but now ‘doesn’t give a flying f***.’ The actress told Bella magazine she worried far more about her looks when she was younger than she does today, and said it is ‘not fair’ that women are made to feel like they should look like teenagers. Mirren was talking ahead of the premiere of her new TV show, Catherine The Great, which aired last Thurs­ day on Sky One. During her frank interview, she ac­ knowledged that ‘of course’ she looked better years ago, but that she was ‘miser­ able and paranoid,’ whereas she is far more relaxed about her appearance now. The actress went on to say that women are constantly faced with younger models thrust in their faces and are expected to compete. GREAT ATTITUDE: Dame Helen Mirren has become more comfortable in her skin as she has aged.

young carers reported physical health problems due to their caring role, the University of Sussex research said. Just over 40 per cent report­ ed experiencing difficulties in school due to their caring re­ sponsibilities. Twenty­two per cent experienced negative school performance and 37 per cent had endured bullying due to caring. The Me­We project recom­ mends a number of policy ini­ tiatives to support young carers including special measures such as additional time for young carers sitting exams. They also call for psychologi­ cal supervision in schools to support adolescent young car­ ers, flexible working conditions at work, and training to help professionals identify and sup­ port young carers. The 2011 census for the UK revealed that there are 177,918 young carers under the age of

18 in England and Wales. The number of young carers has increased by 19 per cent over the last decade. “Young carers are a particu­ larly vulnerable group and should be recognised as such,” said Saul Becker, professor of social work and social policy at the University of Sussex. “They should not only benefit from the universal implementa­ tion of their rights, but be sub­ ject to additional and tailored policy and support measures with a scale and intensity that is proportionate to their level of disadvantage. “International human rights law requires States to adopt af­ firmative actions in fulfilling their obligations to respect the equality principle. “One could argue the lack of positive actions from states to support young carers is a failure to protect and promote these rights.”

Skin lightening cream warning LOCAL government leaders have warned of the dangers of skin­lightening creams that ‘act like paint stripper’ and in­ crease the risk of cancer. The Local Government Asso­ ciation (LGA) is urging people to avoid illegal creams after re­ cent seizures by councils of dangerous products. They fear criminals are ex­ ploiting a soaring market by making inferior toxic products which are being sold by rogue retailers, online and at car boot sales and market stalls. Many of the toxic creams contain the bleaching agent hy­ droquinone ­ described as the biological equivalent of paint stripper ­ while others can in­ clude potentially deadly levels of mercury. But the illegal products typically list their of­ ten harmful ingredients incor­ rectly.

DANGERS: Illegal skin whitening creams pose health risks.

Simon Blackburn, chair of the LGA’s safer and stronger communities board, said: “Skin creams containing banned in­ gredients are very dangerous and could seriously damage your health, scar you for life and even kill you, so they should be avoided at all costs. “Consumers should always

check the ingredients of their skin creams, be suspicious of very low prices which are likely to indicate the lotion is fake and potentially harmful, and never use a product containing hydroquinone. “If the product doesn’t dis­ play the ingredients at all, then don’t use it.”



WHEN is a broken bone not a broken bone? Bones are alive and continually changing ­ worn out bone being replaced by new. In fact you get a completely new skeleton every 10 years! Bones have a thick outer shell and a hon­ eycomb mesh inside ­ when the gaps in this internal mesh become bigger, making the bone fragile and brittle, this is osteoporo­ sis. Surprise! Osteoporosis is often called a silent dis­ ease as there are few obvious symptoms. Many people only realise they have it when they break a bone and an X­ray reveals loss of bone density. However it can be a painful and uncom­ fortable condition long term. Causes While it is true that we lose bone density as we age there are some conditions, oper­ ations and medicines that can speed up loss of bone density and therefore trigger

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Osteoporosis - are drugs the only answer? BONES: Density lost as we age.

osteoporosis: (for a more complete list please check out our website) • Auto Immune Disorders such as Rheumatoid Arthritis • Digestive disorders (inc some bowel surgeries)

• Blood Disorders like leukaemia • Neurological Disorders like Parkinson’s and spinal cord injuries • Hormone disorders such as thyroid is­ sues • Medications like Steroids, Lithium, SSRIs,

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Tamoxifen and the contraceptive injection. Diagnosis The easiest and quickest way to diagnose osteoporosis is a bone density scan. This is a simple procedure, you don’t even need to remove your clothes, and it will give you a bone density score which can be used to monitor your progress and reaction to treatment. Treatment Medication ­ there is a huge range of medication available so it is important that you work with your physician to choose the right one for you. Some have some serious side effects so make sure to ask all the questions before starting treatment. Nutrition and Exercise ­ a diet rich in Vit­ amin D and Calcium is important in sup­ porting bone health. And weight bearing exercise is also key. But balance is impor­ tant ­ too much exercise on a too low calo­ rie diet can be as damaging as too little ex­ ercise on a too high calorie diet. Magnetic Resonance Therapy (MRT) ­ a treatment based on the MRI scanner, it stimulates bone regrowth and regeneration and can be used in conjunction with med­ ication and other treatments. It can dra­ matically slow bone loss and, in early inter­ ventions, even reverse it completely.

Have more questions? Come to our FREE seminar on Osteoporosis and Bone Health with our musculoskeletal expert Estelle Mitchell on Wednesday October 16 at 11.30am. Book now on 952 883 151 or check out our Facebook page ‘Bodyworks Health Clinic’ or our website

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LYDIA BRIGHT has been busy wedding hopping around the globe! As well as seeing footballer Rio Ferdi­ nand and Kate Wright tie the knot in Turkey, which she enthused was ‘a true fairytale’ she has also at­ tended her best friend’s wedding in Ibiza! Lydia recently announced she is pregnant with her first child, and also that she has split from the baby’s father. Despite the split, she an­ nounced she is excited for

CONFLICT: Caroline Flack’s Ibiza break clouded.

Lydia’s future’s bright the future and has revealed after her 20­week scan she is expecting a baby girl in February. So it wasn’t all party, par­ ty, party for Lydia, but she did take to the decks to spin a few tunes and told fans

EXCITED: Lydia Bright spins some discs in Ibiza. “I’m not a regular Mom, I’m a cool Mom. What shall my DJ name be?” Any suggestions?

Arg chillin’ in Barca! FORMER TOWIE star James Argent has tak­ en a break from the Costa Del Sol and en­ joyed being a tourist in Barcelona! James, who was resident entertainer in Malaga at Olivia’s La Cala over the sum­ mer, has been keeping fans updated with his travels on Instagram. He admitted he usually hates being on his own, but has

found his trip very therapeutic and relax­ ing, and loved being a tourist for the day! He added that he doesn’t remember Barcelona being this beautiful and amaz­ ing! We’re sure it won’t be long before he’s back on the Costa Del Sol entertaining us, eh Arg?

TV star ‘needs a laugh’ LOVE ISLAND host Caroline Flack has been holidaying in Ibiza with boyfriend Lewis Burton. The couple were spotted on board a luxury boat with a host of pals including former Made in Chelsea star Ashley James. Flack, aged 39, and former tennis star Burton, aged 27, started dating in July. Celebrity spotters say the couple’s sunshine break appeared to be clouded by a row, but it’s unclear what was the cause of the conflict. The TV presenter, at one point, appeared to be showing Burton a text on the screen of her mobile phone. She was later seen intently typing on her mobile as she sat alone while Burton enjoyed a beer with beauty Ashley Jones who wore a tiny black bikini. A couple of days later Flack hinted that all was not well in her personal life when she posted on Instagram telling fans she felt she ‘needed to laugh.’ Flack and Burton, now a model, went on Instagram earlier this year to announce they were an item.


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West End style at Salon Varietes ONE of the most popular musicals of all time is now on stage at the Salon Vari­ etes with an enthusiastic cast of more than 30 youngsters and ‘old hands ’per­ forming Oliver! The Musical. It first appeared on the London stage in 1960 and made composer and lyricist Lionel Bart a household name and after its tremendous success as a movie, it’s likely that almost everyone knows the tune and words to each memorable song. It mixes humour with pathos with a happy ending for most and the songs cover a variety of different styles from the rumbustious Food, Glorious Food, Consider Yourself and You’ve Got to Pick a Pocket or Two to the anguish of Where Is Love and the romantic As Long as He Needs Me with plenty in between. All of the cast have a chance to shine as actors, dancers and singers, so this is the ideal show to take the whole family to. It runs from today (Thursday, October 10) until Sunday October 20 with no per­ formance on Monday October 14) nightly from 7.30pm except Sundays when it’s 7pm. To book visit their newly revamped

OLIVER: Fagin’s gang up to no good.

website:, alternatively visit in person or phone the

box office on 952 474 542 between 11am and 2.30pm Monday to Friday.

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Modern dance HAVING recruited four lead dancers in Malaga, choreogra­ pher Nieves Rosales will be presenting No Dawn in Genoa at the Echegaray Theatre in the city from October 29 to No­ vember 9. This is the last part of a trilogy based on the works of Raúl Cortés.

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Freddie and Michael are still thrilling Malaga will be in Marbella on November 30. It’s 100 minutes of two of

the best doubles and sound­ alikes of Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson. There is no stopping the action as these two great artists are born again with full costumes, choreogra­ phy, backing musicians and dancers reconstructing these legends and their greatest hits.

The event is taking place at the Congress Palace with tick­ ets costing from €15 to €25 via and the shows are suitable for all of the family. These two great artists may be dead, but their memory just keeps the music alive. Credit: Facebook

BILLED as the Queen of Rock v the King of Pop, the Immortals show which was created in

IMMORTALS: Two stars, one show.

HOWL-O-WEEN: Come as your favourite character.

Happy Howl­o­ween THERE will be a spooktac­ ular fundraiser for the Triple A animal shelter at La Sala Banus on Thurs­ day October 31. It might be Brexit Day or it might not, so what­ ever happens you can get dressed up as your favourite Halloween char­ acter (although that’s not compulsory), have a few

drinks and look forward to the rest of your life. Entry is just €20 per person and you will re­ ceive a welcome glass and cava, canapes and a €10 La Sala voucher. On the entertainment side, there will be live music from singer Steve Cline and guitarist Lennart Van Kampen as well as an appearance from TV comedy hypno­ tist Stuart Ashing, plus of course a raffle as this is in aid of the animal charity. Tickets can be pur­ chased at La Sala on the night or from Triple A di­ rect by calling 622 910 214 or emailing events@tripleamarbella.o rg.

Bandit country GO back in time this week­ end as the town of El Burgo and 350 locals will for the eighth year revisit the days of 1840 and bandit Agustina Bandolera.

Guy Fawkes PLEASE note that the correct telephone number to make a booking for the firework fund raiser at Villa Tiberio on Sun­ day November 3 is 952 771 799.


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Authentic Asian food in Fuengirola BING ASIA Restaurant is a Fusion Bar and Restaurant located on Fuengirola promenade providing authentic, quality, fresh, healthy and delicious fine Asian cuisine with a large variety of Chinese and Thai food on the menu. All of our food is cooked with passion and care at our fully refurbished restaurant, with seating on our large terrace by the beautiful seafront in Fuengirola, perfect for any occa­ sion. We offer all of our customers the best and widest variety of fine Asian Cuisine with an amazing Menu del Dia offer of three courses for only €9.90! The Christmas menu and New Year’s Eve menu are also available! Visit our website and follow us on Face­ book or call for a reservation! Our friendly, bilingual staff are looking forward to welcom­ ing you at Bing Asia for a fantastic, Asian fu­ sion culinary experience!

BING ASIA: For a fantastic, Asian fusion culinary experience.

We are open every day, Monday to Sunday from 12.30 - 16:00 and 18:30 - 00:00 - Paseo Marítimo Rey de España, 40 (1.24 km) - 29640 Fuengirola Tel: 952 470 218 - - Facebook: AsianFusionBingRestaurant

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This week Celebrity & Fellow Master Chef Steven Saunders, proprietor of The Little Geranium in La Cala has dinner with Richard Branson dressed as Elvis!?

Like a Virgin Steven Saunders FMCGB The Little Geranium La Cala de Mijas & Marbella I WAS looking at some old photos over the weekend and came across one of me dressed as Elvis Presley. It was at a party that I was invited to at Richard Branson’s home in Oxfordshire. It was the first time that I had been invited to one of his parties so you could say I was a Virgin! I will never forget sitting in a long queue of cars that were dropping off guests to the side en­ trance of Richard’s house. The house had a mar­ quee attached to it so guests didn’t actually see much of the house itself, but there were at least 300 people there. I could see everyone getting out of the cars dressed in black tie. I panicked a little as I was

Steven and ex wife Sally.

dressed up as Elvis! “Let me check the invite” I said and there at

the bottom it clearly said Las Vegas Fancy Dress or Black Tie. The party was to celebrate Virgin Airlines’ suc­ cessful contract as partners in Las Vegas, mean­ ing that you could now fly Virgin to Las Vegas, not only with British Airways. It seemed obvious to me to dress up and Elvis stood for everything that Las Vegas was, so I thought it appropriate. When we got to the door there was Richard Branson welcoming every­ body with his wife Joan. He looked at me smiled and said “Hello Steven!” As if he was not surprised, because I was totally the only one in fancy dress! Guests came over to me and asked what time I was on… assuming that I was the entertain­ ment! I sat next to Laurence Llewelyn­Bowen, the eccentric designer who did Changing Rooms, makeovers and redesigning home interiors and on the other side was fashion model Jodie Kidd. I enthused about what I really love doing,

cooking! I had been pitching to Richard Branson to create the food on Virgin airways to Las Vegas offering clients something totally different that at the time had never been done before like per­ fectly cooked Lobster tails Thermidor followed by sousvide rare Charlois beef with foie gras. I enthused to the Virgin Board that Virgin Air­ lines is a world class brand and deserves world class food. Richard agreed but said that he need­ ed to do good food, but use cheaper ingredients. “Good luck,” I replied and I left the meeting. So the bad news was that my lobster tails with reduced lobster syrup and sousvide fillet with wild mushrooms, smoked black garlic and foie gras foam were not on Virgin Airlines. The good news is that they are on my current menu at The Little Geranium and so if you fancy trying these superb dishes, just go online to book. Alternatively you could start off by making the lobster dish at home, here is the recipe!

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Lobster tails, Thermidor glaze & Lobster syrup NOTE: The little lobsters I buy are ideal to serve half a lobster as a starter. For a main course you will need to serve the whole one. When the lobster is smaller the flavour of the meat is far sweeter. Ingredients for four 2 freshly cooked lobsters weighing approx 600­700g 300g of Gruyere cheese grated 150g of parmesan cheese grated 50g salted butter 250 ml of fresh thick cream 1 onion peeled and chopped 3 cloves garlic peeled and chopped 1 tablespoon of English or Dijon mustard 1 teaspoon of truffle pieces 1 tablespoon brandy Maldon salt and white pepper Method for the white sauce • Simply reduce the cream with the garlic, onion and mustard • Add half of both cheeses and stir well in until it is thick • Add the butter and stir in • Pass the sauce through a fine sieve and now add the truffle pieces and the brandy, season and reserve the sauce Method for a basic lobster stock • Lobster shells left over • 2 tablespoons of tomato puree • 1 onion peeled and sliced

• 1 stick celery chopped roughly • 1 small leek washed and roughly chopped • 4 cloves garlic peeled and crushed • 2 pieces of star anise or one table­ spoon aniseed seeds • 2 bay leaves • 1 litre of shellfish stock or fish stock • 200ml of thick cream • 50g of salted butter • Note: You will need to make a lob­ ster stock/bisque with the ingredients above using up all the left over shells and any left over pieces of lobster and the heads. • Put shells and bay leaf into a deep sauce pan with the garlic cloves and chopped onion, leek and celery on low heat, stir well. Add the tomato puree and shellfish or fish stock to totally sub­ merge the shells and add the star anise. • Cook and reduce this liquid by half. Now add the cream and stir in. Simmer on a low heat for 10 mins. Pass through a sieve and finish with a little butter, whisk in and season. For the lobster syrup Lobster stock / bisque (above) 1 tablespoon of good honey 2 tablespoons of brandy 25g of salted butter Juice of half a lemon

Lobster tail, bisque syrup, thermidor glaze.

Seasoning • Firstly reduce/boil the passed lob­ ster stock sauce that you have made • Add the honey and butter and the lemon juice and reduce again • After a few minutes on a high heat it should start looking syrupy • Taste and adjust seasoning and

pass through a fine sieve • Reserve To cook the lobsters If you are cooking your own lobster it is important to put the lobsters to sleep before cooking them by putting them in the freezer for about two hours. Cook them one at a time to maintain

the heat of the water. Put some lemon pieces and salt in the water and when boiling rapidly drop in the first lobster. When the water comes back to the boil (usually one minute) then leave for two minutes and remove with a slotted spoon and immediately refresh (shock) in ice cold water. • Now you have your cooked lob­ ster, cut the head off, then cut the lob­ sters in halves, remove the claws and remove the meat from the claws. Re­ move the lobster body flesh, clean and wash and place back into the shells. • You now have four lobster tails and four lobster claws. • Now spoon the truffle white sauce over the lobster body meat and sprin­ kle with the remaining Gruyere and Parmesan cheeses. • Bake in a pre­heated oven 200ºC for five/seven minutes until golden brown. You can add a little more cheese at the end and grill or blow torch to evenly colour, if it needs it. • Take a small ladle of the lobster syrup sauce and spoon neatly in the centre of each plate (see photo). • Place the lobster tails on top and the claws. • Garnish with micro cresses and drizzle with a little truffle oil and serve.

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Is your pet in need of company..? SOME dogs are a little needy and want more love and attention than others S ome people say that there are breeds of dog that are highly emotional and therefore quite needy. If you have ever owned or cared for a C ocker S paniel you might have some insight to this old wive’s tale. When you go on holiday such pets are in particular need of companionship. So, a housesitter could be quite helpful. H ow do home and pet owners benefit from House sit Match? At H ouse S it M atch we help you get registered, to build a profile and to get checked online. It’s all built into our website. Just join our network as a homeowner and we’ll help you get

COCKER SPANIEL: Some people say they are highly emotional and need companionship.

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( N ew T rustpilot rating scale) H ere’s what members have said about usHouseSitMatch found us a perfect house-sitter while we were away in C anada and we were delighted with the care and attention that H ouse S it M atch took in helping us find the right person. Ros Morris - Dog owner How do you join? Please register online via our website www.Housesit - Choose a membership plan - Please note prices go up soon so sign up now on subscription to secure these prices: • Standard (DIY option) = £69 pa • Premium (with support at each step) = £89 pa

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Hi everybody at EWN Doggie Angells would like to thank you all for your help over the last year. We have had a great deal of success with rehoming our dogs. Sometimes dogs can be with us for long periods. It’s funny when they are adopted people often say we have been looking at this dog in the paper week after week and we kept wanting to adopt him but the time was just not right. He's still in the paper and we are now ready to have him. So that is great - patience pays off. Again thank you all, we very much appreciate all what you do for our charity. Things slow up for us in August, thank goodness it gives us time to catch up. Kind regards Denise and all at Doggie Angells.




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Charlie: 5 star No other newspaper as good in Spain, tbh not even any paper in the UK comes close that I have ever seen as good as EWN. Informative, refreshing and full of news and reviews, especially like the nonogram teaser and the horoscopes lol, takes me all week to read front to back. Carry on the good work.


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ACCOMMODATION LOVELY room to let Marbella. Walking distance to P.Banus, Beach & San Pedro. Bills Included. €350 PCM. Call Derek +34 603 198 055 (286763)

HOUSE SHARE English-Speaking Housemate wanted - Top floor ensuite bedroom in Nueva Andalucia. Great Location and Views, Walking distance to Puerto Banus. 500 Euros per month. (Includes electricity and Internet) 604 108 544 or e-mail (286953)

AIR CONDITIONING Air Conditioning. Heating cooling. Quality installations, service and repair. All areas. EnvirocareSpain since 1996. call 952 663 141 or 670 409 759 www.envirocares info@enviro (284560) AIRFLOW Air conditioning for cooling and heating units. Professional, fully guaranteed installations. Tel: 952 443 222 (281291) AIR CONDITIONING Repairs and servicing. Airflow. 952 443 222 (281291) AIR CONDITIONING by Cool and Cosy. The family company that cares. Installation and repairs. Quality machines. Ecosense movement sensors supplied and fitted from 100 Euros. For other energy-saving products visit 952 935 513. We are Junta de Andalucia authorised installers as the new law states (real decreto 115/2017). On the Costa del Sol since 1993 (259398) ECONOCOOL – Top quality air-conditioning installed from only €550 with a 3yr guarantee. Service, Repairs & Re-Gas from €75. Top Quality Installations. All Areas Covered. Chris – 662 427 396 (285455) MR COOL – Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, Heating Systems, Sales & Service – Call Christian +34 629 527 587 or Nick +34 618 678 853 – (286487)

REPAIRS Air Conditioning Service Engineers. All makes, models, ages, serviced and repaired. Reduce running costs with regular service. All areas. EnvirocareSpain since 1996. call 952 663 141 or 670 409 759 www.envirocares info@enviro (284560)

BLINDS ACE OF SHADES - Vertical, Venetian, Roman, Roller, Wooden blinds, various colours available, also black-out blinds. Tel: 951 273 254 / 671 732 204 / BLINDS, awnings, mosquito screens, curtains, vast choice. All areas covered. Coast and inland. 655 825 931 (280561)



Air Conditioning Service Engineers. All makes, models, ages, serviced and repaired. Reduce running costs with regular service. All areas. EnvirocareSpain since 1996. call 952 663 141 or 670 409 759 www.envirocares info@enviro (284560)

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 to improve your living envi ronment. ian@solar Tel Ian 958 496 571 / 644 546 176 (256591)

CLASSIFIEDS SWINGLES CASAS SL. For all your building needs. Visit for more details or call 952 428 067 / 666 960 262 (258056) JIM’S HOME IMPROVEMENTS. bathrooms / kitchen reforms, repairs, plumbing, carpentry, painting, tiling, maintenance. Give us a call no job too small. 692 207 799 / 645 559 423 (281332) CONCRETE – OZBUILD. The specialists of printed concrete. Reseals, Brickwork, Tiling, Plastering, Reforms. 16 Years in Spain. Competitive Prices, Quality Finish. 952 426 074/606 745 920 GENERAL BUILDER. Tiling, plastering, painting, electrician, plumber, carpentry. Reasonable prices. 635 913 885 (References available)

CARPENTERS ANTIQUES 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)

BOILERS Water heaters. Gas or electric. All areas, quality guaranteed. EnviroCareSpain since 1996. call 952 663 141 or 670 409 759 www.envirocares info@enviro (284560)


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

BIRDWATCHING BIRDERS Search: Andalucia Bird Informative monthly outings in Southern Spain. Quarterly magazine. Chitchat in English and Spanish. New members welcome.

KITCHEN, Bedroom and Bathroom refurbishments by 952 196 457 or 696 064 019. Facebook: The Irish Carpenter (276006)

DAMP PROOFING DR DAMP leaking roofs, damp walls, all mould cured. All work guaranteed. Call 689 515 558 (276245) DAMP PROOFING. 958 656 560 / 619 666 363 (284613)

BATHROOMS Bathroom renovations and re-modelling: Quality installations: project managed. All areas. Masterbuildspain installing bathrooms since 1996. Call 952 663 141 or 670 409 759 www.mas in (284560)

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 (277284)


BUILDING SERVICES Renovations and reforms Bathrooms, kitchens, tiling, windows, doors, wardrobes, plumbing, electrics, guttering. Full projects, large or small. Masterbuildspain since 1996. All work fully guaranteed. All areas. 952 663 141 670 409 759 www.masterbuild info@master (284560)

Guttering. All areas. Masterbuildspain since 1996. Call 952663141 or 670 409 759. www.master info@mas (284560)

HANDYMAN HOME IMPROVEMENTS bathroom, kitchens, landscape gardening, decorating, general maintenance. Reasonable rates. Call 602 581 993/652 189 088 (285932)


NEW REJAS, GATES, Carports & Fencing, repairs & alterations. Work Guaranteed. Reliable. 14yrs on Coast. Steve the Welder. Call/Whatsapp 655 040 648 (286643)

PLASTERING PLASTERING, rendering, dry lining, coving. Fitted Kitchens, Bathrooms and Bedrooms. All work guaranteed. 689 515 558 (276245)

PROPERTY MAINTENANCE MR-MAINTENANCE – For ALL your Property needs. No Job Too Small – Contact 647 460 155. (285914)


HOUSE CLEARANCE SPECIALISTS, FULL OR PART CLEARANCE. ALL FURNITURE WANTED, WE PAY MORE. TEL 634 324 914 OR EMAIL houseclearanceman@h (284874) ALHAURIN FURNITURE EMPORIUM Buyers & Sellers of quality furniture. Top prices paid. 675 357 575 (286410) THE WAREHOUSE – We buy a Single item to a Full House Clearance – 602 610 103 (276498) 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 - www.super (278052) FOR SALE In excess of 1800 pieces of quality ladies and gents clothing, rack, rails and awning. 2002 Peugeot partner van, tax and insured, new itv 1/10 for more details telephone 664 342 858 (286079)

Tiling, bathrooms, kitchens, floors, terraces. All areas. Masterbuildspain since 1996. Call 952663141 or 670 409 759 www.masterbuild info@master (284560)

We are interested to buy Asian arts and antiques. Photos please by whattsapp 0034618090073 cash settlemen (286777)



DO you have humidity? We will solve your problem with 15 years guarantee. Alfil waterproofing 952 272 700 Since 1989

BUSINESS FOR SALE SMALL Garden furniture shop between Estepona/San Pedro. Low price, low rent. Perfect family business. Call George 669 331 280 (278098)

BUSINESS OPP. CASHBACK on your house/commercial. Payback only when you sell. Quick/easy. Min 20k. 617 333 777 (278948)

BUY & SELL DECLUTTER, cash paid for small/medium furniture, antiques, decanters, brass, copper, golf clubs & other ornaments. Howard 608 121 817 (276603)


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. / in 679 786 669 / 606 101 807 (257556)


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CHARITY U3A in Fuengirola offers adult learning for pleasure. Join us and meet new friends while enjoying our cultural, sporting and social activities. Check us out on our website www.u3afuengirolacostadel or on Facebook: U3A Costa del Sol.(286057)

CHIMNEY SERVICES APEX CHIMNEY SERVICES, professional chimney sweeping and smoke testing. NACS Qualified. Clean and efficient Tel: Bob 696 320 202 (256040)

CHURCHES BENALMADENA Elim Family Fellowship. Sundays 11am. or call 951 912 525 or 952 446 627

CALAHONDA LANGUAGE CENTRE. Established 1987. New beginner’s Spanish course starts 4th November. Maximum 5 students per group for guaranteed results. Other levels and private classes available. Enrol now. Also translations undertaken cala Tel: 952 931 176 (285416)

CLEANING SERVICES OVEN CLEANING, domestic, commercial, complete fittings, let professional do hard dirty work. From 40€. 611 283 162 ovencleanin STARLIGHT CLEANING SERVICES. All types of cleaning. Any size of property. All Areas. Residential & Holiday Lets. 682 636 451 (285230) ADVANCED Cleaning Services. Professional carpet, upholstery cleaning, 27 years experience, wet/dry clean. Honest, reliable service 678 808 837 / 952 669 701 or email (253107)

CLEANING SERVICES HAVE your windows, doors & glass professionally cleaned at affordable prices from just €15. Call/WhatsApp Chris 603 630 049 (285671)

HOUSE MAIDS TOPLESS MODEL MAIDS. Marbella | Fuengirola | Benalmadena Website: We clean - You’ll have double benefit. Make an experience out of watching our Topless Model Maid cleaning your house. We guarantee professional cleaning service by Slavic - European, well educated, professional ladies. Beauty for Your Eyes & House Crystal Clean. Bookings by Whatsapp: Tel: 632 94 25 23 (286771)


PC DOCTOR Computer Sales & Repairs, IPTV, Lobster SIM cards, Web Sites. We come to wherever YOU are – Home or Business. 952 591 071 Paseo Jesus Santos Rein 11, Fuengirola (279023)


Our company was formed from a personal tragedy. Our personal loss made us realise how hard it is to find help and assistance when the time comes. Funeral Care Spain is a company dedicated to providing quality services and help at a time when you need it the most. We speak your language and understand the importance that a caring, dignified and unique service can play in the grieving process. The only English funeral director covering Spain and all its islands. No Worries, Just Memories

+34 951 909 264 24HR EMERGENCY +34 660 659 857 / +34 654 056 653


Villa Montana, Calle Montana 23 El Pinar, Torremolinos Calle Mercurio, Poligino La Ermita, Marbella (Servisa) Calle Conrado del Campo, 8, Planta 1, Malaga (Servisa)

Callers by appointment

DECORATORS RAINBOW Pinturas. English, professional painters & decorators. All aspects of interior & exterior work. Also kitchen/ furniture spraying. Call / WhatsApp: Daniel 628 066 08. (285160) ALL Painting carried out. Interior/External. Also Kitchen & Furniture restoration spraying/lacquering. Call 652 698 850 (285845)


DOMESTIC Appliance repairs - washing machines, fridges, cookers, ovens, water heaters, gas / electric, professionally repaired. Christian 608 337 497 (279980) REPAIRS to Washing Machines-Dish Washers-OvensFridges. Call Garry Goodman 673 344 212. English Service Technician. 35 years’ experience. (286416)


BLOCKED DRAINS? Leak detection, CCTV survey, root removal, Tel 952 568 414 / 661 910 772 / CLEARFLOW – Unblocking, CCTV inspection, repair and installation. Tel: 630 200 600 / 952 885 661. Facebook: DesatorosCle arflow (284730)


LIT ELECTRICIANS for all your Electrical & maintenance needs no job too small for a FREE Quote. Call Craig on 604 106 414 or Ben 679 505 761 (284999)


PUMPS P&P: deep water well, pressure and pool pumps, service, sales, installations and repairs 30 years’ experience. Free quotation. 656 314 510 (285654) IRIS-IRRIGATION and landscapes. New Installations & problem-solving. Turf (supply and laying). Garden constructions. Tree surgeon. Clearing. Astro Turf (Free Quotation) 676 747521 (284885)


ELECTRICIAN Exclusively Marbella and Estepona Richard on 602 292 385 or email All installations & maintenance. Surge Protection, Garden Lights, Upgrades, Boletins. (285192)

RUGS fitted carpets, upholstery including leather cleaned on site 685 524 921 (253107)




FURNITURE ALHAURIN FURNITURE Emporium. Buyers and sellers of quality furniture. We buy from a small item to full clearances. Top prices paid. 697 511 071 (253107) THE WAREHOUSE – We buy a Single item to a Full House Clearance – 602 610 103 (253107) FURNITURE wanted, same day collection, also house clearance and removals. 675 357 575 (286410)

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@gar GARDENING SERVICES irrigation systems, turfs, reforms & landscaping. Ricardo 637 160 129 www.ricardogar (285257) SPECIALIST BIG TREE PRUNING, PALMS AND GARDEN MAINTENANCE 637 20 35 28 - TRABAJOS ESPECIAL EN ARBOLES GRANDES PRIUNING PALMERAS , MANT DE JARDINES 637 20 35 28 (284967)

IRRIGATION IRRIGATION F&P: professional new sprinkler systems and repairs, 30 years’ experience. 14 days free trial, fixed price. Free quotation. 656 314 510 (285654)

ELECTRIC Gates/Garage Doors. Intercoms/access control systems and replacement remotes. New installs and repairs. For all your electric gate and garage door requirements call us on 605 356 469/952 786 178. The Garage Door Co & 2 Way Gates. tgdc@hot www.thegarage (283340)

GATE REPAIRS ELECTRIC GATE/GARAGE DOOR automation repaired. Free, no obligation quotation. Call Colin - 636 394 641 (278431)

GENERAL SERVICES HANDYMAN reaching out to fellow South Africans – I can help fix your air-con, electrical faults & appliances. Car Servicing, ITV testing. Reliable & Professional, 24/7. Call Luc 620 020 232 (285451)

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 (276609)

HEATING Fires gas or wood burners EnvirocareSpain since 1996. All areas. Quality guaranteed. 952 663 141 or 670 409 759 www.envi info@en (284560)


BEAUTY TREATMENTS BOTOX AND FILLERS From €95. Covers the Costa del Sol and inland. www.beau 609 347 086. (286480)


INSURANCE LSM INSURANCE. No fat singing blokes or trumpeting telephone´ s, just professional service at the best prices for all your insurance needs including car, household, commercial, life, health and travel. Tel 952 578 008 or for a quotation (284881)

ENGLISH SPEAKING DENTIST in Fuengirola & Nueva Andalucia. Specialising in Zircon crowns, bridges etc. FREE check up! drvisky@ 689 887 019 (284567)

HOT TUBS/SPAS HOT TUBS, new, used, bought, sold, hired. Also move & repairs. 691 973 131 / 952 793 398 (284889)

THE WAREHOUSE – We buy a Single item to a Full House Clearance – - 602 610 103 (253107)

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)

ALHAURIN FURNITURE EMPORIUM furniture wanted, same day collection, also house clearance and removals. 675 357 575 (286410)

EU INSURANCE DIRECT. Best prices, best service, best cover for all your Insurance needs. TEL 951 080 118 or 952 830 843 (281380)




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MISCELLANEOUS WOODY´ S LOS BOLICHES. Greeting Cards, mail to and from the UK. Worldwide courier and Passport renewals. All adverts taken for the Euro Weekly News- display or classified. Open 9.00-2.00PM (Monday to Friday). Special hours apply August and Xmas. One street behind the Confortel, just off Plaza San Rafael, Los Boliches, on C/Poeta Salvador Rueda 93. Tel: 952 471 877 (95705)


MOSQUITO SCREENS MOSQUITO screens, sliding, pulldown, pleated colours call Mosquito Nick 647 072 861 (281384) 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 / info@aceof (101730) MOSQUITO Screens for windows, doors and a high-quality sliding patio door screen. All finishes available. Quick service. All areas covered. Call Julian 655 825 931 (276610)


CAR SERVICES BRITISH MECHANIC Mijas Costa. Experienced & Reliable. 605 407 369 (285291)


LOANS LOANS AVAILABLE on all types of paintings, jeweler, watches, silver etc. Any condition. Immediate cash settlement. For more information call into Anthony’s Antiques & Jewelers shops extensive premises at C/Ramon y Cajal 40, Fuengirola. Mobile 609 529 633. Tel: 952 588 795 (SE) (201522)

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 (248853)

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MOBILITY S E N I O R W O R L D (est.2008) – MOBILITY scooters, wheelchairs, stairlifts, nursing beds, rise ´ n´ recline chairs & a large range of daily living aids for sale or hire, for a better life. Visit our showroom in L o s B o l i c h e s - or call on 9 5 2 663 131 or 670 964 181 for advice & best prices (285452) THE World of Mobility Superstore Fuengirola. All your mobility needs under one roof, Sales, Rentals & Repairs for Mobility Scooters, Wheelchairs, Walkers, Bathroom Equipment, Stair lifts & much more www.worldofmo 622 832 954 (285371)

WE ARE currently the market leader in our country in the sale of direct car, motorbike, home and company fleet insurance. Since we started out in 1995, our philosophy has always been to offer an excellent service with the best prices in the market. For the most competitive quotes in English, call Linea Directa on 902 123 309. (200726) SELLING YOUR SPANISH CAR? PHONE Bill Brady for the best cash price. Stay safe and phone Bill on 952 838 842 / 608 950 221 (284761) MASSIVE SAVINGS AT 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 bill (284761)

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MERCEDES Estate C-220 Diesel Automatic Sport Line with only 120’000 Klm (75’000 Mls) S/History Sat-Nav, bluetooth, tow bar and lots more metallic silver half black interior PRICE SLASHED FROM 7’995€ - NOW 6’500€ - 952 838 842/608 950 221 bill (284761) VOLVO V-60 4-D (Estate) Automatic/ Diesel 2016 top of the range to many extras to list one private owner full service history has to be seen for this low price. PRICE SLASHED FROM 21’995€ - NOW 19’995€ - 952 838 842/608 950 221 (284761) VW Golf Style 2.0 Ltr. TDI 2012 from private owner full service history from VW. SatNav, parking sensors, full electric pack and lots more extras, this car is immaculate for its year and its only 9’995€ 952838842 608950221 bill (284761) HONDA Civic estate (Diesel) 1.6 Six speed manual. 2014 One private owner full service history from Honda only 64’000 Klm. (40’000 Mls) Diamond white, eco drive, Honda have to many extras to list here, look at this price it’s unbeatable at only 13’995€ 952838842 608950221 bill (284761) Convertible BMW 118-I 6 Speed G/ Box 2012 One private owner full BMW History 40’000 Klm (25’000 Mls) Full service history and warranty gunmetal grey tan leather always been garaged and in immaculate condition its Only 14’995€ 952838842 608950221 ( 284761) Nissan Juke 1.6 Inj. 2012 One private owner bought and serviced by Nissan Fuengirola polar white, reversing camera, bluetooth, alloy wheels look at this bargain only 7’995€ 952838842 608950221 bill (284761) Automatic Seat Ibiza 2009 1.6 Inj. One private owner full service history 55’000 Klm (34’000 Mls) Metallic black, alloy wheels and much more great bargain at only 6’995€ 952838842 608950221 bill (284761)

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MERCEDES E250 cdi, Automatic, AMG, cabriolet. 2011, Mercedes service history, 36,000miles, RHD, Spanish plates, Azure blue, beige leather interior. Immaculate. Unbeatable €12,000 no timewasters no offers. 952 036 305 or 650 679 123 (286629) AUTOMATIC / DIESEL VOLKSWAGEN TOURAN CROSS 2013, electric sunroof, alloy wheels. Roof rack, parking camera & sensors, silver, 5 door, 5 seater, golf pro leaving Spain, outdrive everyone for €11,500 Phone 952 832 173/608 658 785 4 x 4 FREELANDER Kalahri, Diesel, 2003, UK, RHD, Removable Top, leather seats, alloys, tow bar, MOT Aug 20, €1,300. VW PASSATT 2L SE, Diesel, 2006, full MOT, UK RHD, towbar, €1,200. CARAVAN SWIFT, 2 Berth, good condition with Awning €1,500. 611 386 014 (286959)

INSURANCE WE ARE currently the market leader in our country in the sale of direct car, motorbike, home and company fleet insurance. Since we started out in 1995, our philosophy has always been to offer an excellent service with the best prices in the market. For the most competitive quotes in English, call Linea Directa on 902 123 309. (200726)

MECHANICS MOBILE MECHANIC will come to your home or work. Servicing, repairs, ITVs & diagnostics. Call Mick on 617 553 072 (285372) BRITISH MECHANIC Mijas Costa. Experienced & Reliable. 605 407 369 (285291)

REPAIRS ENGLISH bodyshop, fully equipped, Mijas Costa. No Job Too Small. 952 667 074 (284882) BRITISH MECHANIC Mijas Costa. Experienced & Reliable. 605 407 369 (285291)


10 - 16 October 2019 CARS, VANS, ANY REGISTRATION, INSTANT CASH, FINANCE/EMBARGO UK OR SPANISH 685 524 921 (253107) CARS, VANS UK OR SPANISH BOUGHT FOR CASH. FREE COLLECTION IN SPAIN/UK. PLEASE CALL 678 808 837 OR 952 669 701 (253107) WANTED CARS AND VANS, FREE COLLECTION, SAME DAY 685 524 921. (253107) CAR, VANS BOUGHT WITH/WITHOUT PAPERS. CASH WAITING 678 808 837. (253107) WANTED, wanted, wanted!! All cars, all years, all models… from exotic to classic. Spanish, English, Dutch plated. Call us on 951 977 329 or 606 647 597. (284888) ALL CARS / Commercials wanted, runners or non-runners. Cash. Buyer collects. Transfer included. 605 109 796 (286047)


PEST CONTROL 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 (285686)

PETS YOUNG DOMESTICATED cats rescued from the killing station need kind homes. Fully vaccinated and neutered. 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 (246764) (FOC) LOW COST NEUTERING 630 197 435 (Eng) / 691 357 744 (Spanish) (283419)

CHARITIES ACE CHARITY ‘El Refugio’ in La Cala de Mijas is a registered charity. We have on average 275 dogs in our care and we receive no help from the Town Hall or the Andalucian government. We desperately need foster homes and adoptants for our many dogs, especially the small ones and puppies who do not do well in a big shelter. We are grateful for any help offered, including donations of food and blankets. Visiting times are from 13.00 to 15.00 and you can always turn up or make an appointment by calling Denise on 669 018 736. Our website is where you can view all the dogs in our care. (93320) ADANA THE ANIMAL SHELTER IN ESTEPONA. We always need volunteers to walk and socialise with our dogs and help with cleaning. We also need good homes for our animals that you can see on Kennels open every day 10-1.30, Camino de Casares, near Parque de los Pedregales, Estepona. (5 minutes from the Poligono) For more information call 952 113 467, available from 10.00am until 14.00pm. (93319) SEPE the horse and donkey charity is open to the public at weekends from 10.00 to 5.00. Volunteers are much needed in all departments and are welcome at anytime. For our riding for the disabled classes, we are also in need of extra helpers. We are nationally registered by the Spanish Ministry of the Interior (164640) but only with your support can we give the equine a voice. If you can just commit to 2 or 3 euros a month it will really help make a difference. You can find us at Lauro Golf Equestrian Centre, Alqueria, Alhaurin de la Torre. Tel. 608 258 950 (93321) SOS ANIMAL REFUGE we have dogs, young and old looking for homes. Some of our dogs have been with us for some time and would love to find a cosy spot to curl up in and a knee on which to rest their heads. If you have room in your heart and home we would love to hear from you. We do not put our dogs to sleep - no matter how old, they are safe with us. For day to day needs and to pay for veterinary care, we much appreciate the support we receive. We desperately need items to sell on our market stall to help raise funds and are happy to come and collect. So if you are having a clear-out, please contact us on 605 227 155. If you would like to know more about re-homing, please call 653 257 875. Visit our website www.sos-an or

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Spaniard holds court for Peugeot TOP-SEEDED tennis stars enjoyed a smooth ride with a

fleet of Peugeot VIP vehicles to transport them in Tokyo. Spanish player Pablo Car­ reño Busta was a Peugeot ambassador representing the brand in the competi­ tion.

Peugeot was at the Tokyo Master 500 tennis champi­ onships as official vehicle provider exhibiting the new Peugeot 508 and Peugeot 308 during the competition.

They furnished a fleet of 12 vehicles for players and VIPs attending the event in­ cluding the new Peugeot 508 and 508 SW, Peugeot 3008 and 5008 SUVs and Peugeot 308 SW.

CREDIT: Peugeot

The brand also exhibited the new Peugeot 508 sedan at Tokyo. This new vehicle features a low, compact architecture, a new, sleek yet strong exterior design, and a spectacular in­ terior with a brand­new ver­ sion of the Peugeot i­Cockpit. It promises to provide unique driving sen­ sations. Its exem­ plary road hold­ ing, new engine range and extensive technology range ­ not forgetting a generational leap forward in terms of quality ­ make the new Peugeot 508 the world standard­bearer of the brand’s up­market strate­ gy.

The Japan Open Tennis Championships have taken place since 1972. It is ranked in the ATP 500, attracting the world’s top 10 players. In this 48th season, this year, the professionals, Lucas Pouille (ATP ranking 24) and Pablo Carreño Busta (ranked 63) will be playing at the Ari­ ake Coliseum in Tokyo, which will also accommodate the Olympic Games in 2020. Matches will be played on a hard surface, a change from the clay courts used for Olympic matches from 1975 to 1982. These two prestigious play­ ers, one French and one Spanish, are ambassadors of the PEUGEOT Brand, a team formed in 2017 to help roll out the Brand’s international sponsoring strategy in the tennis sector.

SLEEK: The Peugeot 508 provides a unique driving sensation.


WOLVES matched up to City, not their passi n g e q u a l s b u t w e re pretty nifty at it, and took all the pace out of the game. They had three good chances in the first half and would have been disappointed not to have been in front in the first half but at half time the game was goal­ less. All the action was late in the second half. On the 80th minute, Cancelo played a poor pass and Jimenez countered, squared to Traore at precisely the right moment, Tra­ ore drew in and Ederson opened his body and slotted in­ side the near post. It was a love­ ly goal, very beautifully taken that saw Wolves go 0­1. Eight points at this stage of the season would be a huge lead, and if City can’t score, that would be the deficit they would be facing. Liverpool have started the season with the swagger of a team who know, but City didn’t seem in­ spired by it at all and couldn’t get level. As the game went into injury time, again Jimenez found Tra­ ore and again he kept his head, steadying himself as he chal­ lenged and came into slot past

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Ederson inside that same near post, it was brilliant from Wolves making it 0­2 and leav­ ing Man City eight points behind Liverpool at the top of the table. A brilliant performance and result from Wolves, who were the better side in the first half, before holding it down in the second, then taking their chances brilliantly. Wolves man­ ager ‘Nuno’ has done such a job with Adama Traore turning him to an excellent player. Man City manager, Pepe Guardiola, said he thought Manchester City lost their confidence after making first­half mistakes. He went on to say: “It was a bad day, sometimes it hap­ pens,” he said. “We started quite well and after we conced­ ed two situations in our build­ up where it’s impossible to de­ fend, we got a little bit nervous.”



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AS the Spurs players left the tunnel at the weekend, most of them looked very serious. Harry Kane had the expression of someone who’s fed up of losing after Tottenham were smashed once again. Brighton were actually playing a back four, with Burn at left­back and Alzate to the right of centre in a diamond mid­ field. On just three minutes Burn’s overhit cross from the left forced Lloris to backpedal towards his own line. He made a split­second decision to catch the ball instead of pushing it over the bar, but he misjudged where he was in relation to the goal line. As he caught the ball, his momentum took him over the line, so he had to drop it in front of an open goal. Maupay NIGEL OWEN blew his whistle and Benjamin Urdapilleta kicked off for Argentina. Ben Youngs took the ball from the back of the ensuing ruck and kicked it up the field. Argentina took possession and went through the phases as they made their way up the the pitch. With England under pressure, Elliot Daly put in a brilliant tackle to prevent Santiago Carreras from going over in the corner. Referee Nigel Owens took Owen Farrell to one side and pointed out three different penalties his team could have conceded. Argentina got one of those penalties for a no­arms tackle by

reacted fastest to head it in from a yard. Lloris landed badly and looked in seri­ ous pain. He wasn’t able to continue as Brighton took the early lead. After a delay of around five minutes, Lloris was stretchered off the field and given oxygen. Paulo Gazzaniga replaced him. Brighton were the better team and now led by two. Burn hit a bouncing cross towards the near post, where Connolly got in front of Davies to flick the ball towards goal from six yards. Gazzaniga made a brilliant save, low to his left, but Connolly reacted first to steer the loose ball into the net. Thirty­ two minutes in and woeful Tottenham were 0­2 down. It was a full debut for Brighton’s Aaron Connolly. He was a pest all day and went on to score his

second goal. The move started when he made a fine run from centre to left to receive Dunk’s long pass. Then he cut back inside, shifted the ball away from Alderweireld and cracked a superb low shot into the far corner from 15 yards to put Spurs 0­3 down within 65 minutes. The Man of the Match was Aaron Connolly, he took Spurs expensive so­ called stars apart having more determi­ nation than the whole of the lacklustre Tottenham side. The focus, inevitably, will be on a to­ tally awful Spurs performance and a horrible injury to Hugo Lloris. His season most likely over whilst Tottenham are quite frankly looking relegation fodder. Mauricio Pochettino, Tottenham’s Manager said after another defeat: “Hugo’s injury had a massive emo­ tional impact on the team, and we lost

IN PAIN: Hugo Lloris had to be stretchered off the pitch.

a goal as well. We tried to find a solu­ tion in the second half, a different way to play, but it was impossible. We are living a tough moment. We need to keep going and stick together. I feel sor­ ry for the fans. It’s not easy, after five and a half years this is the first tough

moment we are living. It’s new for all of us. I hope the pressure comes on me, not the players. We cannot underesti­ mate this kind of situation, but in the times that are not so good there is al­ ways the possibility to make things stronger.”

England make quarter finals Kyle Sinckler. Owens told Farrell to warn his players that there was a yellow card in the post. Benjamin Urdapilleta took the penalty and England went behind, 0­3. England hit back immediately. A drive for the Argentina line af­ ter a good take from Mario Itoje was stopped illegally. With a penalty to fall back on, England had a freebie and played the ball out to the wing. Jonny May went over in the corner after George Ford had drawn two tacklers be­ fore finding his teammate out by the touchline. Owen Farrell

pulled his conversion wide of the left upright so the score went to 5­3, England leading. The 17th minute saw a hit by Tomas Lavanini on Owen Farrell. It was high and Nigel Owens went to his TMO. Argentina went down to 14 men as Tomas Lavanini was shown a red card. The 34th minute saw good play from England, who were just a couple of metres from the Ar­ gentina line. They sent the ball out wide ­ George Ford swung it towards El­ liot Daly, who juggled it before

gaining control and cutting inside two Argentinians to go over. Owen Farrell missed yet another kick, hitting the post with his con­ version attempt. The scoreline stood at 10­3. After a surge towards the line from Man Tuilagi, Billy Vunipola took the ball from the bottom of the ruck and passed to Ben Youngs. He spotted a gap and nipped through to touch down, as Pablo Matero missed the tack­ le for Argentina. Owen Farrell made it zero from four on the kicking front. England went in at half time 15­3 up.

Play resumed, Billy Vunipola, who suffered an ankle injury to­ wards the end of the first half, re­ placed by Lewis Ludlam. Argenti­ na, who were down to 14 men following the dismissal of Tomas Lavanini, made no changes. Having dragged the Argentina defence from one side of the pitch to the other on 44 minutes. Jonny May went for the corner and was tackled. Underhill and Tuilagi drew the tacklers with a couple of good carries before Jonny May went over in the cor­ ner. Owen Farrell finally got his kicks aligned and put one over to make it 22­3 to England. Argentina changed their front row: Agustin Creevy, Mayco Vi­ vas and Santiago Medrano came on for the graveyard shift. England were in control. George Ford pinned them back on their own line with a fine kick to the corner. Argentina won the lineout and cleared their lines.

Santiago Carrera gave away a penalty for going off his feet, but Nigel Owens played advantage. He called a second advantage when Santiago Medrano strayed offside. England took a penalty on the Argentina 22 and Owen Farrell slotted it over having found his shooting boots. Score increased to 25­3. Matias Moroni exploited a gap in the England defence, stepped out of a last­ditch tackle by Manu Tuilagi and went over under the posts for Argentina. The try was converted. Argentina had not giv­ en up moving the score to 25­10. Excellent play from Jack Now­ ell after Jonny May broke the Ar­ gentina line with a dash through the centre. Farrell’s conversion kick went over, taking a bounce off the left upright on its way. Eng­ land’s lead increased to 32­10. On 78 minutes England drove over from about 10 metres out for their sixth try of the game. Owen Farrell took the last kick of the game, sealing a comfort­ able win for England.

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