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The Basque terrorist group ETA appealed on Sunday for international mediation to resolve its And yet more conflict with the French and Spanish governments, accusing them of being stubborn. weeds...! A week earlier it had offered to desist from violent actions in return for talks but Interior Minister Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba dismissed the offer as "inadequate".

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What a change in the weather! last week it absolutely tipped down here in coin and people were running for cover. At least it gets better at night so we can all get some sleep. The weeds in the garden have shot up what seems like overnight. We used to spray them first to kill them, then rotovate them in but we're not allowed to do that anymore without first having done a course, in Spanish, to make sure you know what you're doing. I fully understand that people have to be kept safe and there has been an awful lot of spraying willy nilly – not least from my Spanish neighbour who mixes his own concoction with who knows what. However, due to the work I did in the uK I had certificates for handling far more dangerous chemicals but they don't recognise them here – typical. On Saturday evening we went to a great 50th birthday party at a friend of our’s house so, congratulations to Elaine on her 50th and well done Sue for organising a fabulous party for your sister. It must have been a lot of hard work and she had a great time.....wanna be my sis too?! Then disaster struck on Sunday. I had a favourite pair of bright pink reading specs which I tend to keep hooked over the front of whatever I'm wearing when I don't need them on my face. Anyway, I bent down to open my gates, got the car out and then realised I hadn't got them anymore. Yep, I'd run them over. Back to Specsavers then! luckily I have spares.

He said ETA had broken too many ceasefires to be

trusted and that nothing short of "a definitive and unconditional abandonment" would be acceptable. In response to ETA's call, government sources said it “was not the time for communiqués that come

to nothing”. The president of the Partido Popuar in the Basque Country, Antonio Basagoiti said: “We want nothing less than ETA's defeat by legal means or an unconditional laying down of arms by the group.”

Scotland looks to Basque partnership After a meeting with Basque Country Premier Patxi Lopez last week in Bilabo, Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond said the two regions had much to offer each other and are to work more closely together to share their expertise in areas such as renewable energy. He said a formal

partnership agreement between the two administrations is expected to be signed in the near future. The Scottish government said the first minister invited Mr Lopez to visit Scotland and the invitation was accepted. Mr Lopez

Socialist 'fashionistas' Moslem annoyed women Deputy Prime Minister María Teresa Fernández de la Vega and the Socialist Party's organisation secretary Leire Pajín said on Monday that they were offended by an article published in the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine which described Spain's women ministers as “Socialist fashionistas”. Sra De la Vega said the article was “completely

disrespectful, offensive and intolerable”. She said whoever wrote it did “not know or respect Spain's reality. She added: “The writer not only belongs to a Conservative party but also to a past epoch that thankfully we have left behind.” Meanwhile, Sra Pajin told reporters said the article represented a “machismo which unfortunately we have to continue fighting”.

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Guardia Civil protest goes ahead Thousands of Guardia Civil marched through the streets of the capital on Saturday after Madrid's High Court of Justice overturned the government's attempt to ban the march. Members of the National Police and the Army were there to support them. One of their main demands is for the same pay and working hours as the National Police. The country's 84,438 Guardia Civil agents work 13 hours more per month

than the National Police and earn €200 less. The Guardia who rise up through the ranks also want to be on an equal footing with those who come as officers from the Zaragoza Military Academy. Another main worry is a shortage of

equipment -there is currently only one bulletproof jacket per 15 agents, according to a spokesman for the Unified Association of Guardia Civil, who said that as a result “our colleagues die unnecessarily”.

Zapatero meets King of Morocco Prime Minister José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero and King Mohamed VI of Morocco agreed to work together to solve the problem of the incidents on the border with Melilla when

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The Toro de la Vega event, considered one of the worst fiestas by Spain's own animal protection groups, involves hundreds of men chasing the bull through the streets, ,beating it with sticks and pelting it with stones. When the bull reaches the meadows (La Vega) outside town, men on horseback skewer it with eight-foot long spears, until the bull is finally put out of its misery. It’s one of hundreds of blood fiestas which are far more

common than the regular bull fights, and kill thousands more animals than bullfighting, said Penman. The event is now on YouTube and has drawn critical comments from as far afield as Australia. The town s mayor defended the fiesta but 300 members of the El Refugio animal defence group witnessed it and have asked the government to legislate to end “such cruel spectacles”. The Mail article said that the European Union spends £37 million a year directly subsidising blood fiestas like the Toro de la Vega and other blood sports. Some MEPs are campaigning to have

bullfighting and blood fiestas officially recognised as part of Europe’s cultural heritage, but Jaqueline Foster, Conservative MEP and vice-president of the Intergroup on the Welfare and Conservation of Animals said EU money should not be used to subsidise bullfights and blood fiestas across Spain. Penman’s article cites Finca Valdeolivas, where the bull killed in Tordesillas was bred. The owner refused to talk to him, but Penman examined EU’s accounts and discovered that it received at least £139,000 in subsidies last year. He said it was impossible to say what proportion directly supported the rearing of bulls but the

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farm seemed to specialise in breeding them. Spain receives £4.3 billion in agricultural support every year from the EU, and animal welfare campaigners fear that a significant proportion of this is siphoned off to provide more animals for fiestas across the country. But there is a groundswell of changing Spanish opinion. One recent poll found that 60% of people opposed bullfighting. And protesters demonstrated outside the La Venta bullring in Madrid on Sunday on the “La tortura no es cultura “ (Torture is not culture) platform and criticised the €2.72m of public money given annually to help keep bullfighting alive.

The City Council announced last week that a 30 kph speed limit would be extended to include all the historical city centre today (Wednesday) – the day the city holds a car-free day. Madrid has two areas with 30 kph speed limits while Barcelona more than 200 kilometres of so-called 30-streets. Bilbao and Vitoria have imposed the limit in the areas with most pedestrian traffic while in Malaga has the lowest the speed limit - 20 kph in the city centre. HellIn, CASTIllA-lA MAnCHA

Six die during bull runs The death of a 56-year-old man in the bull run during the town’s annual feria brought the total of people killed by bulls this summer to six – five of them in September. A 19-year-old man was gored fatally in Fuentesauco, Zamora province on July 3rd; while four men and one woman have died after being gored so far this month. The 44-year-old woman was gored through the barrier at the bull run in Arganda del Rey, Madrid. MADRID

Spaniards becoming less tolerant This year’s SOS Racism in Spain annual report shows that 44% of Spaniards believe that the presence of so many immigrants is harmful for the country. Just over a quarter believe gypsies should be expelled while a similar number would send all Moroccans home. Despite the fact that unemployment among immigrants is twice the national average, many Spaniards continue to feel they are taking jobs away from the local people. The report indicates tolerance of illegal immigrants is almost zero.

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Live cricket work closes art show An art gallery in Caceres was forced to close down a show just a day after it opened because of an installation by artist Ismael Alabado featuring 400 crickets stuck to a canvas. On opening day a woman sprayed them with insecticide “to put them out of their misery” before reporting the gallery to the Guardia Civil animal protection unit Seprona. Seprona agents visited the gallery and seized a box full of live crickets which were presumably to be used to replace any crickets that died. Later that day, Extremadura

regional premier Guillermo Fernandez Vara told reporters the work would be withdrawn from the exhibition.

that the public's reaction was “hypocritical” given that bulls are still “bleeding and dying in rings all over Extremadura”.

The organisers decided to close it down altogether rather than risk a fine of €15,000 as set out in the region's animal protection law.

They said the artist had bought the crickets from a pet shop which was selling them as feed for other species. They also blamed the press for covering the exhibition in a “scandalous” way.

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‘Tea Party’ star in witchcraft row Controversial Republican candidate for the US Senate, Christine O’Donnell is trying to play down revelations that she dabbled with witchcraft in high school. She asked “How many of you didn't hang out with questionable folks?” a day after a clip of her discussing the occult was rebroadcast. Ms O'Donnell admitted dabbling in witchcraft during a 1999 taping of comedian Bill Maher's "Politically Incorrect" show. She also said: "One of my first dates with a witch was

on a satanic altar, and I didn't know it. I mean, there's little blood there and stuff like that." In clips previously released by Mr Maher in the wake of Ms O'Donnell's victory last week, Ms O'Donnell's views on sexuality have already been scrutinised. Mr Maher says he has more embarrassing

clips and will continue to air them until the candidate appears on his show. Ms O'Donnell is backed by the right-wing, grassroots Tea Party and is known for her conservative Christian views. Last week she beat a veteran politician for the Senate nomination in Delaware. However, her eccentricities are causing anxiety within the ranks of the Republican

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Party, which fears that its chances of taking Delaware from the Democratic Party in November's midterm elections are disappearing fast. On Monday, one of the leading Republicans in the House of Representatives, Mike Pence, dismissed the controversy as part of preelection "silly season".

Hostage victim recounts ordeal HIV protection gel for women.

Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa are leading a global decline in new HIV infections, the UN said last week. According to UNAids, 22 countries in the world's worst affected region had seen a drop in new cases of more than 25%. However, UNAids noted that cases of HIV are on the increase in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, and among gay men in developed countries. UNAids also said there are now 5.2 million people worldwide receiving treatment for HIV/Aids,

which has helped to ensure that 200,000 fewer people died from the virus in 2008 than in 2004. Michel Sidibe, UNAids executive director, said the world was making "real progress" towards achieving the sixth

Millennium Development Goal (MDG6) of halting and reversing the spread of HIV/Aids by 2015. He said the fall was because of greater awareness and better use of preventative measures. The UN has called for greater investment in HIV/Aids

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prevention, warning that there was a $10 billion shortfall in 2009. It said those countries most severely affected by HIV/Aids could not handle the crisis with their own resources alone.

Former Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt has written about her six-year ordeal of being held hostage by FARC rebels in her book Meme le silence a une fin (Even Silence Has An End), due to be released later this week. Ms Betancourt recounts how she was repeatedly beaten, humiliated and threatened with death while being kept prisoner in Colombia's jungle. She reveals that it was at times very difficult to keep hopes alive. "We were handed the heaviest sentence a human being can be given, that of not knowing when it would

end." Ms Betancourt was seized by Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) gunmen in southern Colombia as she campaigned for the presidency in February 2002. She was released in July 2008, when the rebels were tricked into handing her and 14 other hostages over to soldiers who were masquerading as members of a humanitarian group volunteering to fly them by helicopter to a new location. The book is due to be released later this week in Colombia, France and the United States.

Newspaper seeks drug gang guidance El Diario de Juarez, which is published in the heartland of the Mexico’s drug war has asked cartels for guidance on whether it should publish stories on the conflict. The paper has become known for its strong reporting from the deadly streets of Ciudad Juarez but the killing of a 21-yearold photographer last week prompted the newspaper to run a frontpage editorial asking: "What do you want from us?" Journalists are regularly being targeted by

drug gangs and the USbased Committee to Protect Journalists has said than 30 journalists have been killed in Mexico since 2006. Editor Herardo Rodriguez said the newspaper had not decided to stop publishing stories on the drug war,

but would consider doing so if the answer that came from the cartels indicated that was their wish. Describing El Diario as a "very aggressive" organisation that "searches for the truth", he conceded that the paper might have to scale back its work if the violence did not stop: "We may

consider stopping in exchange for the lives of our reporters." A spokesman for the Committee to Protect Journalists, said El Diario's decision was a cause for regret. He said El Diario was doing a lot of good reporting on crime,

describing the paper's move as "an indication that the situation is out of control". More than 28,000 people have died in drugrelated violence since President Felipe Calderon deployed the army against the cartels in 2006.


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Far-right Sweden Democrats, flanked by protesters, at an election meeting in Malmö.

Far-right election gains protested Thousands of people staged a protest in Stockholm on Monday, against the election to parliament of 20 members of the Sweden Democrats far-right party, which opposes immigration and has been accused of racism and intolerance. Its 5.7% of the vote came at the expense of the centreright Alliance of Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt who has said he will seek the support of the Green Party for his new government, which is currently allied with the centre-left Social Democrats. Mr Reinfeldt's Alliance won 49.3% of the vote in Sunday's election, the first

non-left-wing government to be re-elected in nearly a century. According to local police, a crowd of 6,000 protesters took part in the demonstration in the capital, shouting "No to racism!", while there was also another, smaller demonstration held in Gothenburg. Demonstrators reporters it was

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important to show that the “big majority of the Swedish population is against the right-wing extremists like the Sweden Democrats". The Sweden Democrats appear to have benefited from dissatisfaction over immigration, and the election result undermines the image of Sweden as a tolerant and open-minded country.

Jamie Oliver fears spending cuts Thecelebritychefhasvoicedconcernsoverthefutureofhishealthy eating initiative started in Rotherham in 2008. Writing on his website on Monday Jamie Oliver said spending cuts could hit the Ministry of Food which he set up as part of his Channel 4 series to teach good cooking on a tight budget. It was backed by central government funding, which Oliver said he had heard could be under threat. Rotherham council has said it wants the Ministry to continue and is looking at other ways of raising revenue. The Ministry of Food is mainly funded by grants of £130,000 a year from the Department of Health and the Department of Communities and Local Government, but the current grants run out next

March and after that the future is uncertain. A Rotherham council spokesman said the project had been a phenomenal success, adding: “It's abundantly clear that this is one of the few strategies that is actually working and helps people overcome their problems with food." He said the council had until the end of March to look at a range of ideas which include “corporate

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A search for documents that might help locate her family instead yielded a treasure trove of medals and papers and revealed the life of a woman once known as Agent Rose who defied the Nazis as a wireless operator in occupied France. A fluent French speaker, Miss Nearne was captured three times by the Germans and

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The BCC argues this is unaffordable, especially in the present financial crisis. Women in the UK are currently entitled to a year

UK Independence Party MEP Godfrey Bloom said introducing the law would be "madness". He added that as well as harming

many small and mediumsized businesses, it would also make it harder for women to find work , as employers would be less likely to hire those of childbearing age because of the potential costs they faced if the employee fell pregnant. But a spokeswoman for the National Childbirth

New driver restrictions 'would save lives' Cardiff University researchers have said that a "graduated driver licensing" for those aged 17-24, banning them from night-time motoringandcarryingpassengersofasimilarage,couldsavemore than 200 lives and result in 1,700 fewer serious injuries each year. Similar schemes already exist in New Zealand, Australia and parts of the US. While road deaths have now fallen to an all-time low, 2,222 people still died on the roads last year.

study was compiled after analysing road accident data from 2000 to 2007. One of its findings is that one in five new drivers crashes within the first six months of being on the road.

Experts at the World Safety Conference, currently being held in London, argue this figure could be lowered still further with more restrictions and greater awareness of risks. The Cardiff University

A spokesman for the AA said that while there would be benefits to graduated driver licensing, it would be difficult for police to enforce. He said it would give the wrong signals to introduce

new laws aimed at young people and then not enforce them:”Many would feel that all motoring laws could be broken." A spokeswoman for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents also doubted the scheme could be properly enforced. She said improving education and awareness with further training for new drivers might be more beneficial.

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Investigators into a bus hijack in which eight Hong Kong tourists were killed have recommended charges against at least 12 people, President Benigno Aquino announced on Monday. A former national police chief, the mayor of Manila and two journalists were among those found liable in the governmentbacked report.

Representatives of the armed forces attended the service at Our Lady Help of Christians and St Denis Roman Catholic Church in Torquay, with the last post played by a French bugler. Her ashes were scattered at sea.

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has warned that European plans to change maternity rights will cost UK firms £2.5 billion a year. off, with the first six weeks on 90% pay, followed by 33 weeks on Statutory Maternity Pay of just under £125 a week. The remainder is unpaid.

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Hundreds of mourners attended the funeral of a World War II heroine whose work as a British spy only became known after her death. Eileen Nearne, 89, died in her home in Torquay, Devon, on September 2, after suffering a heart attack. As Miss Nearne did not appear to have any known relatives when she died, the local council entered her flat a few days later so that funeral arrangements could be made.

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Trust, Belinda Phipps said the objections to the proposed new law were invalid. She said it was absolutely right that women should be able to choose to be at home with their new baby for a period of time so that they could feed the baby themselves and build a strong relationship with it.

British couple found dead in Tenerife The bodies of a British couple were found in their apartment in the resort of Playa de las Americas on Tenerife when police were called in by neighbours who reported bad smells coming from the premises. Police said there were no signs of a breakin and no arrests have been made. Initial examinations on Monday suggested that the as yet unnamed man, 57, and woman, 69, could have been dead for at least five days. They were found in the sitting room and in the bedroom respectively. A police spokesman said he believed the couple lived in the resort and were not just there on holiday, adding that "no lines of inquiry are being ruled out for the moment". The Foreign Office said it had been informed of the deaths and was providing consular assistance to next of kin.

A bungled attempt to rescue hostages, who were held for hours on a bus by an armed former policeman, caused outrage in Hong Kong and mainland China, straining diplomatic ties. PERU

Coca growers black out city Coca farmers briefly seized control of a power plant on Monday, taking workers hostage and affecting power supplies to the regional capital, Pucallpa. The angry farmers were protesting against plans for coca eradication in the central region of Ucayali. Police eventually moved in, arresting 120 people and freeing 30 workers who then restored power to the city. Peru now rivals Colombia in levels of coca production, according to the UN, prompting the government to increase crop eradication plans. GAZA

Israel allows car shipment Israel has allowed about 20 cars into Gaza, in the first such shipment since the militant Hamas movement took over the Strip in 2007. No cars have been legally imported since then but vehicles have been smuggled through tunnels from Egypt. There had been "several problems" in coordinating the shipment, an Israeli spokesman said, including near-daily rocket and mortar attacks. In recent months, Israel has eased the blockade of Gaza, although most people are not allowed to leave the territory.


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Regional News Malaya case comes to court laundering 240 million through some 71 companies linked to him. In addition to jail sentences of more than 450 years, the remaining 94 people, who include former Marbella mayors Julian Muñoz and Marisol Yague, are expected to be fined a total of 4,000 million. Journalists Hector Barbotta and Juan Cano have written a novelised version of the police investigation, entitled “La

Idi Amin expelled 8,000 Asians from Uganda

Cordoba prisoners tighten belts A group of prisoners in Cordoba jail have drawn up a list of ‘good’ practices in an attempt to cut spending.

Spain´s biggest corruption trial gets underway next week in a specially extended courtroom in Malaga. The case will finally open in court on Monday September 27th, when 95 people will appear charged with urban-planningrelated corruption charges. The man considered the brain behind the Malaya case – Juan Antonio Roca – is expected to get 30 years in jail and a fine of 810 million for allegedly receiving more than 33 million from some 20 businessmen between 2001 and 2006 as well as

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Ultima Gota” ( The Last Drop). The authors started writing the book four years ago when the case first hit the headlines and it contains many anecdotes and details not reported in the press. They claim they have not embroidered the truth but simply related what really happened in a novelised way to make the intricacies of the case easier to understand.

These include putting out the lights earlier to save energy, spending less time under the shower, not using so much toilet paper and being more sparing with the bleach when cleaning their cells, among many other small details.

was delighted with the initiative which she described as “very responsible”. She said “just because these men are in jail does not mean they are not aware of the hard economic realities of the world outside”.

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Since the list was drawn up three weeks ago, 1,170

of the jail’s 1,800 prisoners have joined the initiative. Sra Martin said the good practices might not seem to amount to much “but all these little savings add up and will make a difference in the long run”. They will also earn good marks for the prisoners who participate.

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A town of 108 nationalities Immigrants from 108 different countries currently reside in Roquetas del Mar, Almeria province, making it the most multicultural town in Andalucia. The foreign community makes up 40% of the town’s population of 90,000. Of these just over 10,000 are from Romania, the

most numerous, followed by 2,960 Moroccans. The least numerous are one person each from Kazajstan, Tanzania, Somalia, Croatia and the Lebanon. Nearly all the South American countries are represented as well as every EU country and several African countries.

Gibraltar apology for police incident Family steps up

Chief Minister Peter Caruana apologised to the Spanish government after it was reported in the Spanish press that two Royal Gibraltar Police had entered a house in San Roque and seized evidence in connection with a robbery at a jewellery shop in Gibraltar.

The Spanish Foreign Ministry immediately lodged a "strong protest" with the British Embassy in Madrid and with the Gibraltar government, demanding an explanation. In a press release in Spanish, the Gibraltar government conceded that the two officers had acted incorrectly but believed that because they entered the house accompanied by the

owner they were not exercising police powers in Spanish territory. The jewellery shop was broken into on August 4, and two men – a Gibraltarian and a Briton – were arrested but managed to escape and flee across the border to San Roque where the Gibraltarian and his girlfriend lived. The girlfriend refused to allow the RGP officers to enter the house on a first visit and reported the matter to the Guardia Civil. However, they returned with the owner of the house and seized £2,000, another sum of money in euros, three motorcycle helmets, a bunch of keys and a rental contract for the house.

search for hiker On September 24, it will be exactly two months since hiker and speleologist Juan Antonio Gomez Alarcon disappeared on a hike over the the Mijas Sierra between Churriana and Ojen. The family has never given up hope of finding him and has posted photos of him all along the Costa del Sol, as well as profiles on Tuenti and Facebook. Although the Guardia Civil gave up their search after about two weeks, the family have been asking for volunteers to continue the search every weekend. This weekend, they will make a special effort and will start

the search on Friday. The search will continue on Saturday and Sunday from 8 am to 9 pm both days. The meeting point for volunteers will be at the Osunillas sports ground on the A-368 one kilometre from Mijas Pueblo. The 32-year-old hiker was last seen at Fuengirola bus station. He was wearing grey trousers and shirt and carrying a small backpack. As far as his family know, he was not carrying his mobile phone, his ID card or money.

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Huge fine for splashing pedestrians The town council at Carboneras has introduced new regulations which will force motorists to slow down when driving through puddles to avoid splashing passers-by or face a fine of at least €600. People who hang washing on their balconies will also face a similar fine. Critics say the council should examine its own behaviour – this council issued the permit for the construction of the huge Algarrobico hotel on one of the few unspoilt beaches in the Cabo de Gato-Nijar natural park, protected by the national environment law.


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Town honours victims of both Civil War sides Archaeologists have found the remains of the five people they were searching for in a mass grave in Alfarnatejo, a village of 538 inhabitants 60 kilometres north of Malaga city. Two of the men were local farmers who were assassinated by Republican militiamen at the start of the Civil War and the other three – two local policemen and a young man – were executed by Franco's forces after they took the village early in 1937. The town's Socialist mayor, Antonio Benitez, has asked towns in the rest of the country where mass graves are being opened to do the same. He said: “We must contribute to putting an end to all this so that the families can close their wounds”. The great nephew of one of the policemen agreed. Miguel Alba said he knew that nine members of his family were executed during the Civil War, more

Chiringuitos to open all year round Mijas Council has decided to break with the seasonal opening of the town's chiringuitos in an effort to attract visitors to eat at them in winter as well as during the summer. The councillor in charge of tourism, Salvador Gallardo, said the decision had been reached together with the Association of Mijas Beach Businessmen. The idea had originally been put forward by the Mijas Tourism promotion Group which consists of representatives of both the public and private sectors. Sr Gallardo told reporters: “Visitors and local people can enjoy Mijas' beaches all year round, thanks to the good weather we enjoy practically the whole year round.” He said the chiringuito owners would draw up a work plan so that not all of them would be open at the same time, because “they'll be catering to a lower number of visitors”.

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Mayor pledges action on ‘botellones’ Mayor Gabriel Clavijo told a press conference last week that the ayuntamiento plans to double its efforts to put an end to 'botellónes' (street drinking) in the town. He said there had been a revival of the practice in some districts in recent weeks and pledged to increase police patrols in those areas. Sr Clavijo promised to get tougher with bars and stores selling alcohol to minors. He also reported a 30% drop in the crime rate so far this year. RONDA

Monuments to open at night In an effort to attract more overnight visitors, the Council’s tourism department and a group of local businessmen have agreed to open three of the town’s Moorish monuments from 9 pm to midnight on every Friday and Saturday until the end of next month. If the initiative – called Nights of Moorish Enchantment – is successful, the Mondragon Palace, the House of the Giant (Casa del Gigante) and the recently restored Arab Baths may remain open at those times indefinitely.

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ince the Law of Historical Memory came into force in December 2007, not a week goes by without a mass grave being dug up or another statue of Franco being removed from a pedestal in some town or other. Street names are being officially changed all over Spain, although the local people continue to use the old names glorifying El Caudillo or one of his generals or ministers. The latest “outrage” to get the politically correct up in arms is that a plaque honouring Franco still adorns a façade at Seville University, No doubt it will be torn down soon, leaving a gaping hole that will never be repaired, more likely than not.

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ut all things pass, like the whitewash that hides the housing ministry plaques bearing the Falangist symbol over the doorways of many houses here in Coín which were built in the 1950s. Those houses were very solidly built and will be around long after the modern blocks flung up on the edge of town start falling apart. And the council still hasn't made a move to change the name of a street called after the Blue Division which Franco sent to fight for Hitler on the Russian front, or the one called Quiepo de Llano, the bloodthirsty general who frightened Andalucians to death with his threats on radio during the Civil War. But perhaps he's tolerated because he despised Franco, who got rid of him on a flimsy pretext not long after the war ended.

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suppose the next step will be to rewrite history. The Ronda town council has already made a half-hearted effort to do this “by omission” on a website giving the history of the town. There are pages and pages describing the coming of the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans and Moors but only a couple of paragraphs are devoted to the civil war years. Perhaps that's an attempt to skirt round the memory of the 514 people who were thrown into the gorge by Republican militiamen in the first two months of the war. I read somewhere recently that in fact it wasn't the local people who committed that atrocity by militiamen sent out from Malaga to clear the province of Franco sympathisers.

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n fact there's plenty of evidence that Malaga was in the vanguard when it came to atrocities committed by the Republicans which is quite understandable – but not justifiable when you remember the huge gap between the few rich and the masses of poor people in Andalucia in those days.

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ut all things will pass – and if the Partido Popular wins the next general election, no doubt the Historical Memory Law will be left to quietly moulder. The Left likes to give the impression that the Partido Popular Franco's rightful heir, as they call it – has always refused to do anything for Franco's victims. In fact, it voted for

compensating them with pensions before it came to power in 1996 and approved the opening of the mass graves in 2000 – without making too much of a fuss about it.

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nd there's the crux of the matter. For the Left, it's all black and white, whereas the Partido Popular realises there are too many shades of grey. I don't quite know how to go about it, but I intend to try to trace the political affiliations of the parents and grandparents of today's Socialists. We know Zapatero's grandfather was shot for his Republican sympathies by his fellow military who sympathised with Franco. But no-one else in the government says anything about what happened to their parents and grandparents during the Civil War which makes me suspect they have something to keep quiet about.

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ivil wars are very messy – they divide families, towns and regions into “goodies” and “baddies”, with the “goodies” being the “baddies” and vice versa, depending on which way an individual looks at it.

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ranco was definitely a baddie by anybody's yardstick but he certainly wasn't the baddest of them all, as today's Left tries to make out. He always claimed that one million people died to save Spain from Communism but unbiased historians agree with Hugh Thomas who says in his book, The Spanish Civil War, that the loss of lives from all causes, including the deaths from malnutrition on the Republican side was about 500,00 of whom some 200,000 or 10% of the total combatants were killed in action or died of wounds – 90,000 on Franco's side and 110,000 Republicans. Murders or executions behind the lines accounted for another 130,000, some 10,000 died during bombardments and another 100,000 were executed or died in jail after the end of the war – some 800,000 in all. How paltry - Hitler, Stalin and Mao must be laughing in their graves. More on that next week.

hat if they held a strike and nobody came? That’s what the leaders of the nation’s two biggest trade unions fear will happen during next Wednesday’s general strike which has been losing impetus from the first day it was called. The CCOO and UGT want to ensure nobody goes to work that day so they have devised a plan to seek the closure of nearly all rail services and to prevent all international flights from leaving Spanish airports. Their proposals form part of a list presented to the Public Works Ministry on Monday of the minimum services the unions pledge to provide during the strike as part of their good faith gestures with the government. Rubbish. It is a scheme to ensure that more than half of Spanish workers won’t be able to show up at their jobs. But the serious aspect of this blueprint is their petition to ground most passenger jets which only serves to compromise national security. The CCOO and UGT want to create chaos and seek international headlines. The ministry was to answer their demands at press time yesterday but officials were proposing 20-percent to 25-percent service for rail and air transport that day.

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he union’s have called this strike to protest the government’s austerity measures, especially the 5% public servants’ wage cuts that took effect in July. The CCOO and the UGT – once in a cosy relationship with the Socialists – are demanding that Prime Minister Zapatero cancel his labour reform package, and take back his plans to freeze pensions next year and raise the retirement age. They can strike all they want, says the prime minister, but the austerity programme stays. His tough stance has put him in direct confrontation with labour – a sector that delivers so much of the Socialist votes – and will no doubt result with biting consequences for the ruling party in the upcoming regional elections in Catalonia and next year in Madrid and Valencia .

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et it was the unions who had been telling Zapatero not to budge when this nation found itself quickly sinking in financial quicksand without offering the government something to grab on – not even an alternative solution or suggestion so that the Socialists could keep the pinch from becoming the punch that many Spaniards have suffered. Fernando Toxo of CCOO and the UGT’s Cándido Méndez said earlier this month that the prime minister should take no notice of the strikes and protests occurring in neighbouring France. By criticising every step the government takes but without throwing out any concrete ideas of their own, the CCOO and UGT have pretty much took the same policy strategies of the opposition Popular Party. Recently, Mariano Rajoy, the PP leader, admitted: “I know about economics. I’m not an economist but I know about economics

and I have aides whom I consult.” That’s pretty scary coming from a man who wants to be prime minister at all costs even though he lost the last two elections to Zapatero.

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ow the unions want to strike. When the national work stoppage was first announced in May, more than 20% of Spaniards polled thought it would be a good idea and said they would be taking part. Earlier this month, that same poll showed less than 10 percent said they will participate. I don’t think that this loss in support has anything to do with demonstrating things are improving – far from it. At 20%, unemployment is through the roof but public spending has stopped and the government had to throw out its own rope – in the form of an austerity package – to keep this country from being swallowed by that rising quicksand. On September 29th, I plan to be at my work station like many of my other colleagues, not because we are content with this country’s current financial status but because we have no faith in Toxo and Méndez.

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espite what the polls in Madrid say, the upcoming Socialist primary is going to be a tough one to call. The leader of the Madrid Socialist Party (PSM), Tomás Gómez, and Health Minister Trinidad Jiménez have both presented the 6,000 signatures they each need from their supporters to make their candidacies officials. The October 3rd primary will decide who will run next year against incumbent regional premier Esperanza Aguirre of the Popular Party. Early polls had shown that Jiménez had more support among Socialists for the nomination but lately Gómez has been closing the gap. The PSM leader had been given a raw deal by the Socialist leadership, especially by Zapatero, who insisted that Jiménez was the preferred choice among the party’s hierarchy.

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ince 2007, Gómez has been saying that he wants to be the Socialist contender in Madrid and nobody questioned his ambitions until this summer when he was asked to step aside and let Trini run. He refused and, rightly so, forced the party to put the question to the voters in Madrid as should be the case in any democratic party.


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Keith Baker You asked in your latest editorial for readers' feedback... just one question; who decided it was a good idea to print the answers to the crossword puzzles directly underneath the puzzles? This spoils the fun if you must have the answers in the same edition, could you not at least put them on another page?

By email A tip for your readers: those who have wasp traps will have noticed the high price of replacement 'wasp attractant'. I have found a simple sugar solution works just as well, if not better than the commercial product and is practically free. Just dissolve 3-4 tablespoons of sugar in boiling water then dilute with cold and fill your trap. Another bonus is that it

doesn't smell awful like the commercial alternative. Editor says: I will talk to our production department about maybe moving the crossword answers to another page but we also get letters saying thanks for putting them there for when they get stuck! Thanks for the wasp tip - there seems to be loads about right now.

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Roland Dvarakowski via Ricky Leach How great to know that others collect movie cliches too. Some of my favourites are: if anybody coughs it means they have TB and will die very soon; if a fortuneteller predicts something then it ALWAYS comes true; killing any number of enemies or baddies is o.k. but any mercy killing will

mean certain death later for the perpetrator (even if they are Gary Cooper); witchdoctors will ALWAYS cure the good guy with their potions; if you are not told the details of a plan to rob, rescue or escape it's ALWAYS a success, if you are told then things invariably go wrong; even humblest Americans stay at 5-star hotels provided it's in Paris;

car drivers can take their eyes off the road for up to a minute to chat; foreigners, especially Germans and Mexicans, talk English among themselves though with funny accents; it's o.k. to steal money from thieves and to keep it for yourself, if not all of it then at least some of it...the list goes on and on.

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Wow! What a week This week there is an incredible number of events coincidentally happening at the same time. I’m sure that the astrology community will have something to say about it - perhaps we’re all doomed or something! Tomorrow, Thursday 23rd, is the autumn equinox; that is the day half way between the longest day in summer and the shortest day in winter. No matter where you stand on the Earth from the North Pole to the South Pole you will get 12 hours of day and 12 hours of night. From now on the days will become longer than the nights, as winter draws in. The reason that we have seasons is because the Earth is not standing straight up but instead is tilted over by about 23 ½ °. When the Northern half of the Earth is pointed towards the sun we get summer, but when it is pointed away from the sun then we get winter - tomorrow is exactly half way between these two dates. We get the same thing happening in March, which is the spring or Vernal equinox. As a side note, Easter is calculated from the spring equinox and falls on the first Sunday following the first full moon that occurs after the spring equinox. That is why Easter moves around so much! Talking about the Moon, from ancient times each full moon throughout the year has been given a special name: the Hunter’s Moon, the Wolf Moon and the Harvest Moon. The Harvest Moon is the full moon that occurs closest to the autumn equinox and is usually the largest moon. It isn’t actually any bigger than the other full moons, it is just an optical illusion that makes it appear bigger than all the others. Well this year the Harvest Moon occurs on the same day as the equinox and so should appear

absolutely huge tomorrow, try it out for yourself. Now as if that isn’t enough then the very bright star that you can see in the sky at the moment is the planet Jupiter, and this week Jupiter will be at its closest to the Earth in over 200 years. If you have binoculars or a telescope try having a look at Jupiter and you should be able to see the stripes crossing its face, these are the tops of the clouds that essentially make Jupiter. Look out also and you will see up to four tiny ‘stars’ either side of Jupiter, these are its four largest moons, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto. To complete the line up, the planet Uranus also comes its closest to the earth and should be visible just slightly above Jupiter. If you focus your binoculars onto Jupiter then Uranus should be visible in the same field of view, appearing as a bluish green disc. If you would like to see all these amazing events then join us tomorrow (Thursday 23rd) at the Fuengirola astronomy society which is at the El Coto bar and restaurant along the Avenida de Mijas coming out of Fuengirola. I will be giving an illustrated talk about the seasons, the Moon and Jupiter at 8pm, then, weather permitting, we will be going outside and using the many telescopes that are there so we will be able to look at the Moon, Jupiter and Uranus.


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Community Time on your hands? Age Care Association offers help and advice for older English-speaking people living on the Costa del Sol and is in need of new volunteers to join the small band of helpers already involved. One of the main requirements is for a person with administrative experience, who must be computer literate; also someone with nursing experience to complement the present team. Also required are car drivers willing to take elderly or

sick people to hospital for tests and appointments as well as driving someone to the shops, bank or to the doctors. If you are not a car driver you can help in other ways, including visiting housebound residents as they would be glad of an hour's conversation or similar. If you would like information about becoming a volunteer please call their helpline below. Age Care Association runs three weekly drop-in

CAP are back Club Charity and Pleasure is a social, non-profit making organisation based at El Paraiso Country Club, Estepona. Members meet at 11 am each Wednesday morning for coffee and speaker and their weekly activities include bridge, whist, bowls, art classes and Spanish lessons for beginners. Other events and excursions include visits to the theatre and exhibitions, lunches and dinners at different venues along the coast, mystery trips, etc. Their full programme of events is published in their free quarterly magazine and regularly updated online. Apart from enjoying themselves they raise money for local charities: mainly Aprona, Aspandem, Cudeca and Los Claveles.

Some of their forthcoming events include a quiz night at El Paraiso Country Club with Fish and Chip supper this Friday September 24th, followed by a day trip to Sierra Ubrique de Grazalema with lunch at Benaojan on Friday September 28th. They will be having a book stall at their meeting on Wednesday September 29th . Then on Tuesday October 5th a shopping trip to Gibraltar is planned. New members are always welcome. Why not go along for coffee? You will be assured of a warm welcome. For more information contact President Adrienne Heyward on 696 241 678, or visit the website at www.capsonlinemag.net.

centres, offering help and advice, these are situated in Calahonda, Arroyo de la Miel and Los Boliches. For further information on times and venues please contact the helpline. There is also a carers’ group which is held once a month in Calahonda. If you are in need of help or advice please contact Age Care Association on 691 761 088 / 655 903 182 or visit their website at www.agecarecosta.org

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A diamond of a night for Cystic Fibrosis funds

Pete (Neil Diamond) Nabarro as usual wowed the audience with his singing at the T.O.P.S. recent fundraising evening in aid of Cystic Fibrosis. The event, held at Restaurant Carolina in Alhaurin el Grande, was a sell-out with over 90 people attending for a super meal and an excellent cabaret. During the interval twentythree year old Becky Spencer (who suffers from

the disease herself) took to the stage and belted out a couple of popular songs, to the delight of everyone there. Pete very generously offered his singing talent (and his sense of humour) free of charge and treated the audience to a night of popular and lively entertainment. The generosity of the guests resulted in almost 500 euros being raised for this worthwhile charity.

CHAIN hike for NUTS Scottish veterinary students who spent part of their summer visiting local animal refuges and helping out with vet work are stepping out on Saturday September 25th to raise awareness and money for local charity CHAIN. The students, from Glasgow Veterinary School, came to the Costa to help out with CHAIN’S NUTS (Neutering Under The Sun) programme and

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CHAIN President Kelly Thirlwell is on her way to the UK to take part in the hike and has been putting in some training here in Spain.

dog is not granted; DO…understand that releasing the dog to greet you might distract the dog’s attentiveness to his/her partner. DON’T…automatically tell the person that there are no dogs allowed. DO…ask if the dog with them is an assistance dog. If they say yes…no further access questions are necessary. DON’T…assume that the dog is not an assistance dog because the person doesn’t look disabled; DO… observe the conduct and interaction between the person and the dog. If the dog is being attentive to his or her partner and functioning close to them, you are looking at the main characteristics of an assistance dog.

Lifeline for the elderly For elderly people who require help or advice Age Concern operate a telephone service called Lifeline. This gives the individual a direct point of contact with the charity. The telephone number is 650 163 928. However, it should be noted that Age Concern

were so impressed that they have decided to don walking boots and march up Ben Lomond on a sponsored hike.

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Cultural Festival returns to Parque Miramar For the second year running the Parque Miramar Shopping Centre in Fuengirola is putting on a cultural festival that promises a weekend of great music, great food, great prizes and loads of fun for all the family. The British Festival Weekend will take place on Friday and Saturday 24th and 25th September from 4pm and will celebrate British Festival Culture at its best. There will be bands, performers, food and activities, that capture the spirit of a typical British Festival, celebrating the best of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Performing live will be a Celtic session group, The Sessionistas, Welsh international singer Laura Elen, the T.A.P.A.S choir and ladies group and the fabulous Stagecoach Theatre School will be performing some Britpop classics. To help get the party in full swing there will be afternoon tea, a free cider bar and some fabulous British nibbles, served throughout the afternoon and evening performances. Throughout the weekend there are lots of activities for children including free tshirt painting and face

Below is the weekend’s agenda and for further information on the event and the Parque Miramar Shopping centre, please visit www.parquemiramar.com

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painting sessions! So while you’re enjoying a cider and some good British music, your children will be enjoying their own British festivities. This year’s event is being sponsored by Irish airline Ryanair who are giving away 10 pairs of flights to a host of European destinations, including: London Stansted, Liverpool, Bristol, Milán, Santiago de Compostela, Valencia, Barcelona, Paris and Zaragoza. So if you fancy a getaway or want to get home to see friends and families then you should come along and try your luck in a free prize draw.

We are also joined by the marvellous Cudeca Foundation and the Fuengirola and District Society Club who will be offering free blood pressure tests on Saturday from 4pm onwards. The whole party takes place on the first floor; just follow the flags, music and sound of laughter. Please find attached the weekend’s agenda, for further information on the event and the Parque Miramar Shopping centre, please visit www.parquemiramar.com

16:00-19:00 British comedy screening of Fawlty Towers – Local A40 16:00-19:00 face painting (free activity) 18:00-19:00 T-shirt painting workshop (free activity) 18:00-20:00 The Sherlock Holmes Flag Hunt (free activity) 18:00 T.A.P.A.S Choir 18:30-19:00 free afternoon tea 19:00-20:00 folk music session with Los Sessionistas and friends 20:00-20:30 free cider bar and food tasting 20:30-20:45 Laura Elen – international Welsh Singer

Saturday September 25th 16:00-19:00 British comedy screening of Black Adder – Local A40 16:00-19:00 face painting (free activity) 18:00-19:00 T-shirt painting workshop (free activity) 18:00-20:00 Concurso Sherlock Holmes 18:00-19:00 The Sherlock Holmes Flag Hunt (free activity) 18:00-18:30 Stage Coach Childrens’ Theatre – Britpop classics 18:00-18:30 free afternoon tea 19:00-20:00 folk music session with Los Sessionistas and friends 20:00-20.15 Welsh singer Laura Elen – with classics from Duffy, Shirley Bassey and Tom Jones 20:30-21:00 free cider bar and food tasting

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Saving the gentle giants The Andalucian Giant Donkey is in danger of extinction Written by Jean Joss

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few kilometres inland from the coastal strip at Estepona you can visit Finca Los Pajaritos where a remarkably dedicated couple, Marlene and Steven Byrd, have established a breeding sanctuary for these rather special animals, supported totally by private funding, public donations and volunteers.

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nce as synonymous with Spain as castanets, flamenco dresses and black bulls, the humble donkey has been overtaken by mechanisation and modern developments and is becoming an increasingly rare sight. This is particularly true of the native Andalucian donkeys, often referred to as giants because of their greater size and strength. For centuries they were used to carry water, olives, fruit, cork, building materials,

attraction. They also have a wonderfully gentle nature, are very sociable and extremely intelligent, more so, many would maintain, than horses. They are also, apparently, quieter and more reliable to ride. If you think all donkeys are stubborn come and learn more about these!

and, of course, people from place to place. They worked in the fields all year round and at ferias were ridden decked out in colourful harness. Now, because numbers have dwindled so much, the breed has been officially recognised as “endangered”.

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he Andalucian donkey is much bigger than the traditional “burro”, often reaching 1.50m at the wither – the size of a small horse. Add to this their enormous ears, their larger bone structure and elegant heads and you have a very impressive creature. But their appearance is by no means their only

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he finca is not a rescue centre. Marlene (above right) is President of ANCRAA (Asociacion National de Criadores de la Raza Asnal Andaluza – the national association of breeders), concerned with saving the breed as a whole, not just one or two examples. They keep three males and many more

females so the foals are carefully bred to keep track of the bloodlines and preserve the characteristics of the breed. The “boys” are very large and imposing but behave beautifully (Marlene is a follower of Pat Parelli methods of natural horsemanship, equally effective on donkeys). The females just can't get enough attention and the foals, naturally, are adorable. The latest arrival, Evita, was enjoying being spoiled - she was only two weeks old.

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he sanctuary is open for visits (and cuddles ) every Sunday morning from 11am to 2pm. And the age of the visitors doesn't worry them at all – my 90-year-old mother and a two-year old child were greeted with the same gentle affection. For more information visit the website www.ancraa.org or telephone 626 447 976. (Photos by Tony Smith: for more see his website www.taffysmith.com )

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End of Spectacular evening summer coming to the Salon barbie Summer is nearly over so Leslie’s in Coin are going to be holding an end of summer barbecue tonight, Wednesday September 22nd, starting at 7pm. There will be party games and fun for the whole family plus you can eat your fill from the barbie with chicken, burgers, sausages, baked potatoes and a whole host of different salads. The cost for the evening is only €8.95 per person so call now to book your table on 952 112 123 and have a great night out before the winter sets in. Leslie’s can be found on the Coin - Cartama road km 9 on Sierra Gorda just outside Coin.

Razzle Dazzle 'em is a sparkling musical revue directed by Lizz Freeman, showing at the Salon Varietes in Fuengirola from Friday to Tuesday October 1st to 5th, nightly at 8pm (7pm on Sunday). It’s a musical revue with all kinds of songs covering standards to Lady Gaga, Kate Bush, Gene Pitney, Joe Cocker, Michael Buble, Coco Cabana - so there will be something for everyone. There are some great new faces with even greater

voices taking part in this production, plus some Salon regulars adding their usual charms and choreographer Claire Hirons is doing her magic with the dances. So audiences can expect a colourful show, and an evening of great songs, to kick-start the musical side of the Salon's new season as the revues are always popular productions. Call the Salon Box Office on 952 474 542 to book your tickets.

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Would you like We’re ICE with that? open! The International Club Estepona has a whole host of special events planned for October offering evryone who takes part a great choice. It kicks off on Friday October 1st with a Fish and Chip supper. On Tuesday the 5th enjoy lunch at the Clubhouse, and on Saturday the 9th, the club holds its Autumn Fayre, followed by a film night on Monday October 11th. Wednesday October 13th sees the start of the rambling season and the Ladies and Gents lunches. ICE also arrange many trips. The first one for October is from Friday 15th until Sunday 17th with a trip to the Vincci Costa Golf Hotel in Chiclana. Also on Friday 15th they

are having a Candlelit Supper which will have a Greek theme. On Tuesday 19th there will be a Noughties Celebrations. Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th is when I.C.E. Players will present “Kismet”. To round off the month of October, on Tuesday 26th there will be a Golf and Lunch day followed by a play reading ending on Thursday October 28th, and a Murder Mystery evening on Saturday October 30th! Based at Urbanisation Bahia Dorada, Entrada 4 or 5 at km 149 on the A7, Estepona, this is a club for all English speaking people. Call them on 952 802 549 or visit their website at www.siberme.com for more information.

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Don’t forget! A quick reminder for up and coming events previously mentioned in our Out and About section. The exhibition continues in Ronda to celebrate the bullring’s 225th anniversary at the Real Maestranza de Caballero de Ronda until November 2nd. There’s still time to go and see the spectacular Flamenco show at the Village Inn. See their advert on the facing page.

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Horse whisperer returns Auction this Sunday to ARCH Horse mad youngsters should head to La Finca, the Alhaurin El Grande headquarters of equine charity ARCH, at the weekend. Renowned horse whisperer Adam Shereston will be holding a kids' clinic, teaching natural horsemanship, on Sunday between 10am and 4pm. Places will be at a premium

so sign up quickly.

It is a repeat visit by Adam to ARCH, the Andalucian Rescue Centre for Horses, Donkeys and Mules.

JK’s in Coin is holding the monthly auction this Sunday, September 26th. The auction usually takes place on a Saturday but because of Coin’s International Day this weekend, Duncan has moved it to Sunday.

La Finca is on the Ctra de Coin (A404)) and for more information contact Sue on 622 249 157 or Tony on 622 621 83.

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On Saturday Adam will talk to the audience about his work and demonstrate his horsemanship techniques in two sessions, from 10am to 1pm and 3pm to 6pm. It will be just 5 euros for adults and free to under 16s. He will also hold a two day natural horsemanship clinic tomorrow (Thursday) and

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New season starts soon THESPA's new season is starting and it is anticipated the same subscription rates and admission charges as last year will be used - €10 subscription and evening prices of €16 for members and €18 for non-members. The first meeting of the new season will be on Wednesday September 29th at the Masonic Hall, Edificio Bourganvilla in Los Boliches but with a new earlier time of 7 pm for a prompt 7.30

pm start. Members are asked to pay subscriptions then or as soon as is convenient. The programme will include the following plays ‘Breaking the Ice’ by Raymond Jones, and two more plays from the ‘Deckchairs 1’ series by Jean McConnell, entitled ‘Shoppers’ and ‘Late Frost’, by kind permission of Samuel French Ltd. Please book in advance

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BY ADAM MCKAY Starring Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg and Samuel L. Jackson

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Allen (Ferrell) is a cop who has never used a gun and is not too keen on front line policing. Terry (Wahlberg) on the other hand is a bit too reckless and as punishment finds himself manning a station desk next to Allen - best friends they are not. Samuel L Jackson and Dwayne Johnson play two heroic action cops hungry for high octane action on the mean streets- but when they hit the sidewalk and

are out for the count station Captain Gene (Michael Keaton) decides it’s time to get Terry and Allen from behind their desks and in the front seats of a patrol car, tasked with bringing down a dodgy financial wizard in the shape of Steve Coogan. So, plenty of decent actors, an "odd couple" plot, some-laugh-out loud lines and some great comic performances - especially from Keaton - make this one of the better comedy offerings of the summer.

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Gone with the wind... If pressed, we can all name the leading actors in Gone With The Wind - and remember that Hattie McDaniel was the first black actor to win an Oscar, for her role as Mammy in the 1939 epic.

Sacha Baron Cohen will play Freddie Mercury in a film telling the story of rock band Queen. The script will be by Bafta winner Peter Morgan (The Queen, Frost/Nixon and The Damned Utd). GK Films, the company behind the movie, have the rights

to include the band's music and surviving members Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon will have a say in the production. The movie will concentrate on the early years, ending with the band's Live Aid performance in 1985.

But who played Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler's daughter Bonnie Blue? Child actress Cammie King, who has died at the age of 76, starred as the feisty tot who broke Rhett's heart after she fell from her horse and said later that Gable was a father figure to her during filming. She voiced Faline, a character in Disney's Bambi, in 1942 and then

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pecial edition releases of blockbusters have over the years pandered to the ego of directors, or maybe are just an irresistible opportunity for studios to rake in yet more income as they re-market their hits from yesteryear.

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nd it’s possible that both criteria apply to the rerelease of James Cameron’s Avatar. It had only disappeared from our cinema screens for about five minutes when Cameron announced his extended version – an extra eight minutes of footage in a “special edition” which would allow fans to “stay longer”, as Cameron said, in the alien world of Pandora. So, a quick massage to the ego of the director and another opportunity to milk the golden goose – if you will excuse the mixed metaphor. I haven’t seen the new version – it’s only on show in 3D and I suspect I can live without forking out again for the sake of an eight extra minutes.

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ut there is one special edition I would love to see and that’s the Fritz Lang classic, Metropolis. This was a ground breaking movie in so many ways. It was released in 1927, and cost 5 million Reichsmark to produce – the most expensive silent film ever made. It had an enormous number of extras. Nowadays the swarming mass of workers in the underworld would be created by CGI. But in Lang’s day he used 750 bit players, and a staggering 26,000 male extras, 11,000 female extras and 750 child extras.

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t was the Blade Runner of its day – a science fiction extravaganza set in a futuristic urban dystopia. The city of Metropolis – and there are few who love movies who will not be able

to mentally conjure up an image of it in their head – is divided into two classes. The planners and management live above the Earth in luxurious tower blocks, while the workers live and toil in the underground hell. The son of the creator of the city finds his way into this terrible world where peoples’ lives are worth nothing and death is a daily occurence. As a result, the two worlds collide as the workers seek their freedom.

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t was a staggering achievement and over the years there have been attempts to bring the movie to modern day audiences – but with no real success and with some tacky bolt-on bits like horrendously out of kilter soundtrack music.

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ut in 2008 the curator of the Buenos Aires Museo del Cine in Argentina discovered a copy of the film 25 minutes longer than any other that had previously existed. It was returned to Germany where dedicated experts spent months restoring it and it was released two weeks ago – 83 years after the film’s debut in Berlin during the Weimar republic. It has to be a must-see for film buffs and sci-fi fans and will definitely be on my DVD wish list.

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f course Blade Runner, directed in 1982 by, Ridley Scott, has had several incarnations, including Scott’s “Director’s Cut” in 1993. Scott took the chance to release the version he wanted to see, without the happy ending that the studio had originally insisted on. I am quite happy with “special editions” and “directors cuts” – after all, I own a few. All I urge is that “new” editions of old classics don’t appear with crudely grafted on 3D – so please George Lucas, rest on your Star Wars laurels!


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A weekly overview

HOROSCOPES ARIES

March 21st April 19th

TAURUS

April 20th May 20th

GEMINI

May 21st June 21st

CANCER

June 22nd July 22nd

LEO

July 23rd August 22nd

VIRGO

August 23rd September 22nd

by Cathy Stronach

Party animal Aries! The energy in your chart signals that it is all about having fun, being wild, enjoying the social scene and living life to the full. You will probably find that you have an increase in your energy levels and are well able to take on physical and mental challenges with ease. If any serious business is being undertaken, make sure that you get all verbal agreements written down. Going on a spending spree or splashing out on something you have had your eye on for ages is likely. There could be some difficult challenges in the usual way of doing things and you may need to come up with some innovative ideas to move ahead. This week you really do need to keep focused and not allow anything to break your faith. You will find yourself becoming the centre of attention and have a powerfully magnetic presence about you, use this to your advantage and ask for exactly what you want. Finances are looking up and travel is likely, trust your instincts to lead the way to success. The universe works in mysterious ways; over a period of time there have been events in your life that have brought about the situation you find yourself in today. You could be offered a job opportunity that will lead to further wealth and abundance but this would also contain within it a higher degree of responsibility. The question is whether you really want to ‘take-on’ such a role. Obstacles that arise in the earlier part of the week will be clear by the weekend. Encounters with others bring you into contact with those that have the power to transform your life, a ball was set in motion a while back and now it becomes clear that what is happening now, is laying the foundations for your future happiness. Take each moment as it comes and do not assume anything, one thing is for sure, there are interesting times ahead. If you are single love and romance are due to come knocking – be prepared to be swept off your feet. Pay attention to detail and the overall look and quality of a creative endeavour as it will make your work stand out and be recognized by those that matter to you. On a personal note times are getting intense, a relationship may be reaching an unexpected peak that you could find quite overwhelming. Take some rest and relaxation, some space and time to contemplate and you will know then how you really feel. It is less of a muddle than you think. Habits are being broken one by one; a corner that you have turned has given you an urge to approach life wearing a ‘new hat’. Networking is the name of the game this week and you forge ‘head-on’ into new social situations with an urge to mingle and integrate. Your financial situation may be giving you cause for concern but it is important to remember that this is a period of flux and transition, when it settles down so will the financial worries.

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Take things day by day as you are the key to many others success even if you are aware of this or not, the part you play in other s lives is paramount. You have in a nutshell taken the world by storm of late, you have impressed through your hard work and ideas those that matter – is there any stopping you? There may also be a parting of the ways with a dear friend or loved one, September 23rd - perhaps they are moving away and initially you will miss being a part of their October 22nd daily life.

SCORPIO

October 23rd November 21st

What a high pain threshold you have, you feel determined not to let anything get in the way of you enjoying yourself, even with an underlying wound, you forge ahead regardless. There are others waiting for you to take the lead at the moment to assume that top position, as they know you have the ability to focus on what really matters and have the determination to see something through to the end. Passions and feelings are running hot, intimate times ahead.

Kym’s Kitchen ...you don’t have to be a chef!

Vegetarian Cupboard Red Kidney Bean Curry Ingredients:

(serves 4-6)

● 1 tbsp sunflower oil ● 1 onion halved then sliced ● 1 jar or can red kidney beans drained and rinsed ● ½ red pepper, sliced – you can use frozen if you want ● ½ green pepper, sliced – again, use frozen if you want ● 200ml vegetable stock made with 1 vegetable stock cube ● Naan or pitta bread to serve.

Directions ● Put long grain rice in a pan with plenty of slightly salted water and start cooking. The total cooking time should be around 20 minutes – any more and it'll turn to the consistency of a rice pudding! ● While the rice is cooking, heat 1 tbsp sunflower oil in a frying pan and add the onion, frying until soft. Add the peppers

and the red kidney beans, then pour over a jar of Jalfrezi cooking sauce and mix well. Make up 200ml vegetable stock and add to the frying pan. Bring to the boil, reduce the heat and simmer for 10 minutes. ● Serve with warmed through Naan or Pitta bread.

Treat your pets As promised, here is a follow-up to the article about dog treats a couple of weeks ago. With us getting recipes for all manner of delicious food, why shouldn’t your dog have a treat too! So this week, we’re looking at further safeguards with the ingredients you can use for you pet plus some icing ideas and in two weeks time we’ll start some recipes.

What you will need... CONTROVERSIAL INGREDIENTS ● There are some ingredients in large amounts that can be deadly to your pet. Sometimes those ingredients may be called for in very small "flavouring" quantities. If you see any of these ingredients in a recipe you'd like to use then you should consult with your veterinarian to see if the recipe is appropriate for your pet otherwise leave the ingredient out or select another recipe. Garlic, onions and raisins are some potentially harmful ingredients.

SAGITTARIUS The limitations that you have been used to lately are due to slip away and the plans that you have been dreaming about will seem nearer. Nobody needs freedom more than a Sagittarian and the more you feel restricted the more trapped you also feel. This week will seem like a ‘breaking free’ is happening. Now that Jupiter your ruler has joined hands with Uranus – the world really is November 22nd - your oyster, any ideas about where you would like to go? December 21st

between the two, and this for you is a difficult one to deal with, as naturally you are a rule follower. An experience lately has you questioning the way certain things are done and why you are following a rule that is not healthy for you. You know what is right for you, set yourself free and refuse to be a nd December 22 part of something that is not aligning itself properly with your life anymore. January 19th

DOG TREAT ICING AND DECORATING ● Homemade dog treats can be left plain or adorned. If you want to keep the sugar content of your treats to a minimum then your icing options will be limited. While use of chocolate is not safe and should not be used in pet recipes you can use carob or even white chocolate which does not contain the harmful compounds of regular chocolate. White chocolate is a typical ingredient in many treat icing recipes. While chocolate is dangerous for dogs, white chocolate is safe. The reason for this is that most of the caffeine substance in white chocolate has been removed. White chocolate is primarily cocoa fat, sugar, milk solids, lecithin and vanilla with next to no "chocolate liquor", the substance hazardous to dogs. These can be used for doggie cakes or biscuits and should be refrigerated:

Ask and you shall receive. There is an uncanny speed about how things are changing and occurring in your world, miracles can really happen if you have the courage to ask for what you want. Even if it is behind the scenes still, rest assured, there is a project being put into place. Home and family issues need to be addressed and sorted out. You may notice there is a lot of anger around at the moment perhaps someone close to you is in an emotional tizzy.

Banana Carob 2 cup mashed banana, 1 tablespoon butter, 6 tablespoon carob flour, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence, 3 tablespoons unbleached flour 1 teaspoon cinnamon. Blend thoroughly and spread on cool cake. Sprinkle with chopped pecans. The frosting contains carob, which is a safe chocolate-like flavor substitute for chocolate.

CAPRICORN Has society got one opinion and yet you have another? There is a conflict

AQUARIUS

January 20th February 18th

PISCES

February 19th March 20th

The wonderful quality you have Pisces is that you have more influence over situations and people than you actually realize. There is a current of total support beneath you now allowing you to glide gracefully wherever you feel the desire to go. So expect the unexpected and you will not go far wrong, keeping the light and easy feelings flowing will allow any underlying emotions to be put to rest. You have just left one phase of your life behind and the new vista is looming, take a deep breath and smile.

Cream Cheese Frosting 12 ounces non-fat cream cheese at room temperature, 2 teaspoons honey. Beat with a hand mixer until fluffy. Ice the bicuits with a spatula or fill a pastry bag fitted with a fine tip and pipe onto the biscuits. (Cinnamon Vanilla variation: To the above recipe, add 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla, and 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon)


WEDNESDAY, September 22nd 2010

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Health &beauty

News - Breakthroughs - Treatments - Trends

Men forget more and sooner

Beauty Tip

Warning over UK cosmetic surgery

A new study suggests that men develop mild cognitive impairment, often a precursor to Alzheimer’s disease, earlier and at higher rates than women. Researchers at the Mayo Alzheimer’s Disease Research Centre in the US said the difference is surprising, since dementia and Alzheimer’s are thought to affect more women than men. People with mild cognitive impairment appear to be functioning

normally, but their forgetfulness is beyond what occurs in normal ageing. To determine the condition’s prevalence, Mayo researchers conducted extensive neurological examinations of 1,969 randomly selected 70-to-89-year-olds in

residents. Nineteen percent of the men had mild cognitive impairment, compared with 14 percent of the women. (The percentages do not include those with full-blown dementia, which afflicts roughly 10 percent in this age group.) Besides men in general, subjects found to be at higher risk for mild

cognitive impairment included those who had never been married, those with less than nine years of schooling and those carrying the ApoE4 gene, which is a risk factor for late-onset Alzheimer's.

New warning about low-carb diets Atkins-style low-carbohydrate diets help people lose weight, but people who replace the bread and pasta with calories from animal protein and animal fat may face an increased risk of early death from cancer and heart disease. The study analysed data from more than 85,000 healthy women aged 34 to 59 who participated in the Nurses’ Health Study, and almost 45,000 men aged 40 to 75 who took part in the Health Professionals’

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The National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death has found fundamental weaknesses in the way cosmetic surgery is carried out in the UK. The review of 361 centres found many were failing to assess and care for patients properly. They also found patients were especially at risk from a culture which saw teams "have a go" at operations they rarely performed. A spokesman for the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons said only about a third of plastic surgeons are members. The National Confidential Enquiry said half of the sites it had contacted had failed to answer its questions despite rules saying they should. The researchers from the government-funded safety watchdog looked at all sites that offered cosmetic surgery privately, including some NHS hospitals that have private wings. There are now about 100,000 cosmetic operations carried out each year - a figure which is rising - with breast enlargements by far the most common. The researchers found that psychological evaluation was carried out only in slightly more than a third of centres they assessed. The two-stage consent process, which is recommended to allow patients time to reflect on the treatment, was not performed at 32% of sites. More than half of the operating theatres were not properly equipped and a fifth had no emergency readmission policy, while monitoring before and after treatment was not sufficient, the researchers said. But the strongest criticisms were for the inexperience of some of the teams. The researchers said with the exception of breast enlargement operations, the majority of sites were not carrying out enough procedures to keep their skills up. The Department of Health said the findings cast a "long shadow" over the industry and it expected tougher regulation in the future. In October, a new system is being introduced in England which will cover the cosmetic surgery industry. It will allow the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to fine and prosecute the worst offenders.


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People&fashion

Contemporary lifestyle and celebrity gossip

Royal Family join nation in cost-cutting

Ratings -it’s war! The gloves are off in the battle for ratings between Strictly Come Dancing and X Factor. Strictly bosses have secured a huge coup for their first live show on Saturday, October 2nd - a performance featuring Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow.

At a time when everyone in Spain is feeling the recession pinch and waiting for the introduction of the Government's austerity measures, the King and Queen of Spain are also tightening their belts. The Royal Family is going to cut its budget for the first time in history and set an example to other European households by possibly becoming the cheapest in Europe. The Zarzuela Palace has revealed that the household budget for 2011 will be lower than this year's - exact figures will be announced later this month when they will be presented

to parliament for approval. Reports have suggested that the cut could be as much as 9 per cent on this year's budget, which was itself frozen at the 2009 level of €8.9 million. The King and Queen have already taken steps to economise - palace staff have had their salaries cut like other civil servants, and the Royal

Family shortened their annual summer holiday in Majorca.

costs if she took more than 15 kilos of luggage.

Queen Sofia famously shocked royal observers by flying on Ryanair when she visited her brother Constantine, the former King of Greece, while he was recovering from surgery in London. Her flight from Santander cost £13 - mind you, that was before taxes, and extra

The current budget puts the Spanish household at No 7 out of 8 European constitutional monarchies. The Windsors top the list with €48.6m, followed by the Netherlands on €39.6m and Norway on €23.1m. Luxembourg is currently bottom with €8.7m.

Spray on - peel off Stayed out for the night and need something fresh to slip into before going to the office?

Apparently X Factor's Simon Cowell is furious at being pipped to the post by the BBC and has told ITV producers they must do whatever it takes to make sure that X Factor maintains its dominance in the ratings war. Robbie and Gary performed together for the first time in 15 years when they sang their duet "Shame" at the recent Help for Heroes charity concert.

Javier Bardem sends crowds wild Hollywood queen Julia Roberts and Javier Bardem were in Spain this week to promote their new movie

Eat, Pray, Love and both attended the 58th San Sebastian film festival. Glamorous Julia was in eye-

catching form but Javier was the centre of attraction as crowds went wild for the Spanish star.

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2. Varied meal contains route to Dutch brewery (6) 3. In Zambia, Franco's secessionist state (6) 5. Short crowbar overturned festivities (6) 6. Craving crumpled shirt to start (6) 8. Confused men lose after point caught in net (8) 10. Edison voter in new mix-up (8) 13. Game: first-half activity, no return (6) 14. The end of a country lacking direction (6) 15. Old coins and coronets (6) 16. Reveal disguise behind international body (6)

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MicrOSOft launch internet exPlOrer 9 web brOwSer

Microsoft has launched its latest bid to be computer users' default window on to the web. The firm has released a beta, or test version of its latest web browser, Internet Explorer 9 (IE9), which it hopes will help revive its fortunes

in an increasingly competitive market. Since 2003, the company has seen a 97% lead in market share dwindle to 60%. IE9 will compete with new versions of other popular browsers such as Mozilla's Firefox and Google's Chrome. Google

Chrome now commands more than 7.5% of the market, despite only being first released in December 2008. Mozilla, which has recently launched a test version of Firefox 4, has nearly a quarter of the market and in some countries is the dominant web browser.

Many browsers received a boost when the European Commission forced Microsoft to offer users of its Windows operating system a choice of browser, rather than Internet Explorer as a default.

FACEBOOK SECURITY

GOOGLE MAPS

Street View prompts privacy code in Germany

Facebook fraud a 'major issue'

The German government has called for a voluntary data protection code to be in place by 7 December 2010.

Site says it is developing new ways to verify users' identities and detect when their accounts have been hacked Hacking of Facebook accounts to scam people out of money has become a "major issue" for the social networking site, its head of European public policy, Lord Richard Allan, has said.

As a result the site is implementing new ways of detecting when a user’s account has been hacked, and is adding warnings if it is accessed from unusual locations or by different methods from normal.

Allan said that hacking was a problem that would be countered by sophisticated methods of tracking unusual user behaviour. "The latest thing you'll see that is a major issue is

Activists target recording industry

The group has declared it will continue to target other sites. Next in their sights is the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), which it has said will come under attack on 20 September.

Setting up a copycat website to sell fake goods only takes a few seconds, according to a computer expert.

Data floods

offline.

"Operation payback", as it is known, is reportedly revenge for the MPAA and RIAA's action against the filesharing website The Pirate Bay.

"We brought them down the same way they brought down The Pirate Bay, with a distributed denial of service," the group said in a message posted on the web.

Their call to arms was reportedly prompted by a statement by Indian software firm Aiplex, which told the Sydney Morning Herald that it used cyber attacks on sites hosting pirated movies on behalf of the film industry.

"They hired aiplex.com, who has been taken care of as well. They struck first, we struck harder."

Specifically, the firm said that it used Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, where a website is bombarded by requests for pages, effectively taking it

Now, if you're logging in from an unusual location you'll get extra security questions and if you want to login by a new device

[Facebook] notifies you by SMS or email," Allan said, adding that the company's "site integrity" project – which aims to track suspicious activity – is developing new ways to protect its 500 million users.

Fake website 'takes seconds' to set up

Piracy activists have carried out coordinated attacks on websites owned by the music and film industry.

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people hacking accounts.

The group has advised members to download software to help flood servers and has reportedly used botnets – networks of computers infected with malicious software and under the control of a hacker or criminal – to flood the websites.

Some websites are so sophisticated they add counterfeit security certificates to fool shoppers, said David Holman, of First Cyber Security.

ordered online have failed to arrive.

He issued the warning as the Trading Standards Institute said many items

More than 3.7 million counterfeit goods were seized last year.

There has been a four-fold rise in the number of fake goods seized at UK borders in the last 10 years.

The move follows a meeting with Google, Apple and other companies to discuss how personal data is accessible on line. It comes as the German newspaper Der Spiegel reports that "several hundred thousand" people have opted out of Google's Street View service. Google has yet to launch its service in Germany, following privacy complaints. The German Interior Minister, Thomas de Maiziere, said that the proposal to establish a code by 7 December "met with approval" and that it will enable users to obtain information on the gathering and intended user of data "in a userfriendly way".

Opt-out concerns Google wants the mapping service of 20 German cities live by November 2010, but extended the deadline for users to opt out of its Street View mapping service until 15 October. While other countries allow users snapped by Street View cars to have their faces blurred, Google Germany is also allowing people to have their homes removed before the service launches. However, the US firm makes the assumption that people consent to the service and then opt out if they have concerns.


WEDNESDAY, September 22nd 2010

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The Greatest Game Ever Played Disney sports drama based on the true story of how a young golfing fanatic won the 1913 US Open as an amateur, beating his hero and a legend of the sport in the process.

FILM

Mon, Sept 27th 00:00

Massacre in Rome Set during World War II, this film charts the story of a good-natured Vatican priest who opposes an ideologically charged SS general hell-bent on killing more than 300 Roman hostages.

FILM

Thurs, Sept 23rd 22:35

The Matrix Fast-paced thriller in which a lone computer hacker, haunted by the question `What is the Matrix?', descends into a nightmare of alternative realities after he makes contact with a group claiming to know the answer. The film draws on Japanese manga comic books and cyber-punk literature, and makes use of a special-effects technique....

FILM

Thurs, Sept 23rd 12:15

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid A pair of train robbers are forced to go on the run when the Union Pacific Railroad tires of being targeted and sets a posse on their trail. After being hounded across the Old West, they decide to hook up with a girlfriend and head for South America, where they are unknown.

FILM

Sun, Sept 26th 21:00

300 Facing inevitable invasion, Spartan King Leonidas leads three hundred of his fiercely loyal men into battle against the mammoth all-conquering Persian army at Thermopylae.

FILM

Sat, Sept 25th 21:00

Proof of Life

Last week’s opener started on a sombre note with Ros Myers’ funeral and Harry contemplating resignation. This week new agent Beth is dropped in at the deep end.

Series: Spooks

Drama: DCI Banks: The Aftermath

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06:00 Breakfast 09:15 Helicopter Heroes 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer 11:00 Filthy Rotten Scoundrels 11:45 Cash in the Attic 12:15 Bargain Hunt 13:00 BBC News at One 13:45 Doctors 14:15 Diagnosis Murder 15:00 BBC News 15:05 Junior MasterChef 15:35 OOglies 15:50 Shaun the Sheep 16:00 Little Howard's Big Question 16:30 Hounded 17:00 Newsround

17:15 The Weakest Link 18:00 BBC News at Six 18:55 Party Political Broadcast 19:00 The One Show 19:30 Bang Goes the Theory 20:00 Waterloo Road 21:00 Lost Land of the Tiger 22:00 BBC News at Ten 22:35 The National Lottery 22:45 The Science of `The Young Ones' 23:30 The League Cup Show 00:30 Weatherview 00:35 Dragons' Den 01:35 Bang Goes the Theory 02:05 Watchdog 03:05 Britain's Empty Homes

06:00 Breakfast 09:15 Helicopter Heroes 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer 11:00 Filthy Rotten Scoundrels 11:45 Cash in the Attic 12:15 Bargain Hunt 13:00 BBC News at One 13:30 Regional News 13:45 Doctors 14:15 Diagnosis Murder 15:00 BBC News 15:05 Copycats 15:35 OOglies 15:50 Shaun the Sheep 16:00 Animals at Work 16:30 Deadly 60 17:00 Newsround

17:15 The Weakest Link 18:00 BBC News at Six 18:30 Regional News 19:00 The One Show 19:30 EastEnders 20:00 Watchdog 21:00 Lost Land of the Tiger 22:00 BBC News at Ten 22:25 Regional News 22:35 Question Time 23:35 This Week 00:20 Holiday Weatherview 00:25 Panorama 00:55 Countryfile 01:50 The Vera Lynn Story 02:55 Britain's Empty Homes 03:20 BBC News 03:30 Our World

06:00 Breakfast 09:15 Helicopter Heroes 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer 11:00 Filthy Rotten Scoundrels 11:45 Cash in the Attic 12:15 Bargain Hunt 13:00 BBC News at One 13:45 Doctors 14:15 Diagnosis Murder 15:00 BBC News 15:05 Copycats 15:35 OOglies 15:50 Shaun the Sheep 16:00 Fee Fi Fo Yum 16:30 Horrible Histories 17:00 Newsround 17:15 The Weakest Link

18:00 BBC News at Six 19:00 The One Show 19:30 Animal 24:7 20:00 EastEnders 20:30 QI 21:00 New Tricks 22:00 BBC News at Ten 22:25 Regional News 22:35 Would I Lie to You? 23:05 The National Lottery 23:15 Cold Creek Manor 01:05 Weatherview 01:10 Gears and Tears 01:40 Who Do You Think You Are? 02:40 Newman: Saint or Sinner 03:40 Britain's Empty Homes

08:30 LazyTown 08:55 Jollywobbles 09:05 Buzz and Tell 09:10 Tinga Tinga Tales 09:25 Garth and Bev 09:35 Ethelbert the Tiger 09:45 Pingu 09:50 Pingu 10:00 Waybuloo 10:20 Clifford the Big Red Dog 10:30 Pablo the Little Red Fox 10:35 3rd and Bird 10:50 Wibbly Pig 11:00 In the Night Garden 11:30 The Daily Politics Conference Special 13:00 See Hear

13:30 Snooker 16:25 Pointless 17:10 Escape to the Country 17:55 Party Political Broadcast 18:00 Eggheads 18:30 Climbing Great Buildings 19:00 Snooker 20:00 Battle of Britain: The Real Story 21:00 Britain's Youngest Boarders 22:00 Grumpy Old Women 22:30 Newsnight 23:20 Today at Conference 23:50 Snooker 00:40 Snooker Extra 02:40 HARDtalk

08:30 LazyTown 08:55 Jollywobbles 09:05 Buzz and Tell 09:10 Tinga Tinga Tales 09:25 Garth and Bev 09:35 Ethelbert the Tiger 09:45 Pingu 09:55 Pingu 10:00 Waybuloo 10:20 Clifford the Big Red Dog 10:30 Pablo the Little Red Fox 10:35 3rd and Bird 10:50 Wibbly Pig 11:00 In the Night Garden 11:30 Open Gardens 12:00 The Daily Politics 12:30 Snooker

16:30 Pointless 17:15 Escape to the Country 18:00 Eggheads 18:30 Climbing Great Buildings 19:00 Snooker 20:00 Highgrove: Alan Meets Prince Charles 21:00 Gareth Malone's Extraordinary School for Boys 22:00 Mock the Week 22:30 Newsnight 23:20 Snooker 00:10 Snooker Extra 02:10 BBC News 02:30 HARDtalk 03:00 BBC News 03:20 Pages from Ceefax

08:55 Jollywobbles 09:05 Buzz and Tell 09:10 Tinga Tinga Tales 09:25 Garth and Bev 09:35 Ethelbert the Tiger 09:45 Pingu 09:50 Pingu 10:00 Waybuloo 10:20 Clifford the Big Red Dog 10:30 Pablo the Little Red Fox 10:35 3rd and Bird 10:50 Wibbly Pig 11:00 In the Night Garden 11:30 Open Gardens 12:00 The Daily Politics 12:30 Snooker 16:30 Pointless

17:15 Escape to the Country 18:00 Eggheads 18:30 Climbing Great Buildings 19:00 Snooker 20:00 Mastermind 20:30 Gardeners' World 21:00 Dragons' Den: What Happened Next 22:00 The Rob Brydon Show 22:30 Newsnight 23:00 The Review Show 23:50 Later with Jools Holland 00:55 Snooker 01:45 Snooker Extra 03:45 Pages from Ceefax

06:00 Daybreak 08:30 Lorraine 09:25 Jeremy Kyle 10:30 This Morning 12:30 Loose Women 13:30 ITV News and Weather 14:00 60 Minute Makeover 15:00 The Michael Ball Show 16:00 Inspector Morse 17:00 Britain's Best Dish 18:00 London Tonight 18:30 ITV News and Weather 18:55 Party Political Broadcast 19:00 Emmerdale

19:30 The Unforgettable Terry Scott 20:00 Midsomer Murders 22:00 News at Ten and Weather 22:35 The Whole Ten Yards 00:25 The Zone 02:25 Timecop: The Berlin Decision 03:50 The Jeremy Kyle Show 04:40 ITV Nightscreen

06:00 Daybreak 08:30 Lorraine 09:25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30 This Morning 12:30 Loose Women 13:30 ITV News and Weather 14:00 60 Minute Makeover 15:00 The Michael Ball Show 16:00 Inspector Morse 17:00 Britain's Best Dish 18:00 London Tonight 18:30 ITV News and Weather 19:00 Emmerdale 19:30 Tonight with Trevor

McDonald 20:00 Emmerdale 20:30 Coronation Street 21:00 Law & Order: UK 22:00 News at Ten and Weather 22:35 The Matrix 01:00 The Zone 03:00 British Touring Car Championship Highlights 04:15 ITV Nightscreen

06:00 Daybreak 08:30 Lorraine 09:25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30 This Morning 12:30 Loose Women 13:30 ITV News and Weather 14:00 60 Minute Makeover 15:00 The Michael Ball Show 16:00 Inspector Morse 17:00 Britain's Best Dish 18:00 London Tonight 18:30 ITV News and Weather 19:00 Emmerdale 19:30 Coronation Street

20:00 Cheetah Kingdom 20:30 Coronation Street 21:00 Paul O'Grady Live 22:00 News at Ten and Weather 22:35 American Pie 00:20 The Zone 02:25 Dracula: Prince of Darkness 03:55 ITV Nightscreen

07:55 Everybody Loves Raymond 08:25 Frasier 08:55 Friends 09:25 Lakes on a Plate 10:00 The Good Wife 11:00 Desperate Housewives 12:00 Channel 4 News 12:05 River Cottage Bites 12:20 Hombre 14:20 Lakes on a Plate 14:55 Wogan's Perfect Recall 15:25 Countdown 16:10 Deal or No Deal 17:00 Come Dine with Me 17:30 Coach Trip 18:00 The Simpsons

18:30 Hollyoaks 19:00 Channel 4 News 19:55 4thought.tv 20:00 Food 21:00 Grand Designs 22:00 Seven Days 23:05 Ramsay's Best Restaurant 00:10 On Track with Seat 00:25 Manic Street Preachers: One Last Shot at Mass Communication 00:55 The Album Chart Show Introduces Hurts 01:10 The Shockwaves Album Chart Show 01:25 Hung 02:10 Afterworld 02:35 Slow Joe

07:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 07:55 Everybody Loves Raymond 08:25 Frasier 08:55 Friends 09:25 Lakes on a Plate 10:00 The Good Wife 11:00 Desperate Housewives 12:00 Channel 4 News 12:05 River Cottage Bites 12:15 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 14:20 Lakes on a Plate 14:55 Wogan's Perfect Recall 15:25 Countdown 16:10 Deal or No Deal

17:00 Come Dine with Me 17:30 Coach Trip 18:00 The Simpsons 18:30 Hollyoaks 19:00 Channel 4 News 19:55 4thought.tv 20:00 River Cottage Everyday 21:00 Alan Davies' Teenage Revolution 22:00 True Blood 23:15 Reaper 00:10 Reaper 01:00 Earthquake: 10.5 02:20 Mother of Many 02:25 The Hospital 03:20 Dispatches 04:15 Age of Love

08:25 Frasier 08:55 Friends 09:25 Lakes on a Plate 10:00 The Good Wife 11:00 Desperate Housewives 12:00 Channel 4 News 12:05 3 Minute Wonder 12:10 Mr Hobbs Takes a Vacation 14:20 Lakes on a Plate 14:55 Wogan's Perfect Recall 15:25 Countdown 16:10 Deal or No Deal 17:00 Come Dine with Me 17:30 Coach Trip 18:00 The Simpsons 18:30 Hollyoaks

19:00 Channel 4 News 19:25 4thought.tv 19:30 First Cut 20:00 Come Dine with Me 21:00 Embarrassing Bodies: Back to the Clinic 22:00 8 Out of 10 Cats 22:50 The Inbetweeners 23:25 Russell Brand Scandalous 01:05 4Music Favourites 01:35 On Track with Seat 01:50 Hung 02:20 The Lobster Club 02:25 Afterworld: The Beginning 02:50 This Week's 4music Top 20

08:00 Fifi and the Flowertots 08:15 Peppa Pig 08:25 Peppa Pig 08:30 Thomas and Friends 08:40 The WotWots 08:55 Big School 09:00 Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures 09:10 Castle Farm 09:15 The Wright Stuff 10:45 Trisha Goddard 11:45 Chinese Food in Minutes 12:15 House Doctor 12:45 Five News 12:50 House 13:45 Neighbours 14:15 Home and Away

14:45 Meals in Moments 15:00 Zoo Days 15:10 Love's Abiding Joy 17:00 Five News 17:30 Neighbours 18:00 Home and Away 18:25 Live From Studio Five 19:00 Five News at 7 19:30 Michaela's Zoo Babies 20:00 Cowboy Builders 21:00 NCIS 22:00 Law and Order: Criminal Intent 22:55 Law & Order 23:55 Cricket on Five 00:50 Super Casino 04:05 Chinese Food in Minutes

08:00 Fifi and the Flowertots 08:15 Peppa Pig 08:25 Peppa Pig 08:35 Thomas and Friends 08:45 The WotWots 09:00 Big School 09:05 Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures 09:15 The Wright Stuff 10:45 Trisha Goddard 11:45 House Doctor 12:15 House Doctor 12:45 Five News 12:50 House 13:45 Neighbours 14:15 Home and Away 14:45 Meals in Moments 15:00 Animal Rescue Squad

15:10 The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story 17:00 Five News 17:30 Neighbours 18:00 Home and Away 18:25 Live From Studio Five 19:00 Five News at 7 19:30 Escape from... Auschwitz 20:00 MegaStructures 21:00 US Marshals 23:40 Britain's Ugliest Models 00:35 Super Casino 04:05 House Doctor 04:30 House Doctor 04:55 Rough Guide to Journeys

08:15 Peppa Pig 08:25 Peppa Pig 08:35 Thomas and Friends 08:45 The WotWots 09:00 Big School 09:05 Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures 09:15 The Wright Stuff 10:45 Trisha Goddard 11:45 House Doctor 12:15 House Doctor 12:45 Five News 12:50 House 13:45 Neighbours 14:15 Home and Away 14:45 Meals in Moments 15:00 Animal Rescue Squad 15:10 Ordinary Miracles

17:00 Five News 17:30 Neighbours 18:00 Home and Away 18:25 Live From Studio Five 19:00 Five News at 7 19:30 Massive Speed 20:00 Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers 21:00 The Mentalist 22:00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 22:55 CSI: NY 23:55 Cops in Crisis 00:10 Super Casino 04:05 House Doctor 04:30 House Doctor 04:55 Rough Guide to Bang for Your Buck 05:10 The New Tomorrow

19:00 The Real Hustle: Celebrity Scammers 19:30 The Real Hustle: Celebrity Scammers 20:00 Don't Tell the Bride 21:00 Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls 22:30 Family Guy 22:50 Family Guy 23:10 American Dad

23:35 One Non Blonde 00:05 Ideal 00:35 Him & Her 01:05 The Real Hustle: Celebrity Scammers 01:35 The Real Hustle: Celebrity Scammers 02:05 One Non Blonde 02:35 Ideal 03:05 Great TV Mistakes

19:00 Top Gear 20:00 Are You Fitter Than a Pensioner? 21:00 5 Really Disgusting Foods 22:00 EastEnders 22:30 The King Is Dead 23:00 Family Guy 23:25 Family Guy 23:50 Him & Her

00:20 Are You Fitter Than a Pensioner? 01:20 5 Really Disgusting Foods 02:15 The King Is Dead 02:45 Cherry Gets Married 03:45 E20 04:20 Him & Her 04:50 SIGN OFF

19:00 Doctor Who 19:45 Doctor Who Confidential 20:00 The Real Hustle 20:30 EastEnders 21:30 The King Is Dead 22:00 EastEnders 22:30 EastEnders 23:30 Family Guy 23:55 Family Guy

00:20 Ideal 00:50 Him & Her 01:20 The King Is Dead 01:50 Are You Fitter Than a Pensioner? 02:50 The Real Hustle 03:20 Ideal 03:50 Him & Her 04:20 Are You Fitter Than a Pensioner?


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06:00 Breakfast 10:00 Saturday Kitchen Live 11:35 Rachel Allen: Bake! 12:00 BBC News 12:10 Regional News and Weather 12:15 Football Focus 13:00 Snooker 14:00 Formula 1 16:30 Final Score 17:10 BBC News 17:20 Regional News and Weather 17:30 Walk on the Wild Side 18:00 Total Wipeout 19:00 Merlin 19:45 The National

Lottery: In It to Win It 20:35 Casualty 21:25 Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow 22:10 BBC News 22:30 Match of the Day 23:50 The Football League Show 01:10 Weatherview 01:15 BBC News 01:30 Talking Books with Razia Iqbal 02:00 BBC News 02:30 The Bottom Line 03:00 BBC News 03:30 Our World 04:00 BBC News 04:30 Click

06:00 Breakfast 07:40 Match of the Day 09:00 The Andrew Marr Show 10:00 Sunday Morning Live 11:00 Politics Show 12:10 Formula 1 15:25 EastEnders Omnibus 17:20 Lifeline 17:30 Songs of Praise 18:05 BBC News 18:20 Regional News and Weather 18:30 Countryfile 19:30 Antiques Roadshow 20:30 Inspector George Gently 22:00 BBC News 22:15 Regional News and

Weather 22:25 Match of the Day 2 23:35 Spooks 00:35 Weatherview 00:40 Battle of Britain: The Real Story 01:40 Holby City 02:40 First Light 04:00 BBC News 04:30 HARDtalk 05:00 The World Today 05:30 World Business Report

06:00 Breakfast 09:15 Helicopter Heroes 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer 11:00 Filthy Rotten Scoundrels 11:45 Cash in the Attic 12:15 Bargain Hunt 13:00 BBC News at One 13:30 Regional News 13:45 Doctors 14:15 Diagnosis Murder 15:00 BBC News 15:05 Copycats 15:35 OOglies 15:50 Shaun the Sheep 16:00 Hotel Trubble 16:30 Blue Peter 17:00 Newsround

17:15 The Weakest Link 18:00 BBC News at Six 18:30 Regional News 19:00 The One Show 19:30 Saints and Scroungers 20:00 EastEnders 20:30 Panorama 21:00 Spooks 22:00 BBC News 22:25 Regional News 22:35 Ask Rhod Gilbert 23:15 Damages 00:05 Damages 00:55 Weatherview 01:00 My Story 01:30 Excluded 02:30 Penguin Island 03:00 Britain's Empty Homes

06:00 Breakfast 09:15 Helicopter Heroes 10:00 Homes Under the Hammer 11:00 Filthy Rotten Scoundrels 11:45 Cash in the Attic 12:15 Bargain Hunt 13:00 BBC News at One 13:30 Regional News 13:45 Doctors 14:15 Diagnosis Murder 15:00 BBC News 15:05 Copycats 15:35 OOglies 15:50 Shaun the Sheep 16:00 M.I. High 16:30 Blue Peter 17:00 Newsround

17:15 The Weakest Link 18:00 BBC News at Six 18:30 Regional News 19:00 The One Show 19:30 EastEnders 20:00 Holby City 21:00 Panorama 22:00 BBC News at Ten 22:25 Regional News 22:35 My Story 23:05 Inside Sport 23:35 The Greatest Game Ever Played 01:30 Weatherview 01:35 See Hear 02:05 Digging for Britain 03:05 The Natural World 04:05 Britain's Empty Homes

07:15 League of Super Evil 07:25 OOglies 07:40 Wolverine and the XMen 08:00 Escape from Scorpion Island 09:00 Live `n' Deadly 10:00 Animals at Work 10:30 Richard Hammond's Blast Lab 11:00 Horrible Histories 11:30 Evacuation Manor House 12:00 Degrassi: The Next Generation 12:25 No Hats, No Trainers 12:50 Shelfstackers 13:15 Single, Together, Whatever

13:50 Horse Racing 16:30 Labour Leadership Announcement 17:15 Flog It! Travels Around Britain 17:30 Coast 18:30 Dad's Army 19:00 Snooker 21:00 QI 21:45 Mock the Week 22:15 The Rob Brydon Show 22:45 TOTP 2 23:45 Snooker 00:35 Snooker Extra 02:35 Pages from Ceefax

06:00 The Pingu Show 06:15 Bob the Builder: Project Build It 06:25 Penelope 06:30 Guess with Jess 06:40 Postman Pat SDS 07:00 Arthur 07:15 League of Super Evil 07:25 Sportsround 07:40 Bear Behaving Badly 08:00 Scoop 08:25 Hotel Trubble 09:00 Deadly 60 09:30 Gastronuts 10:00 Something for the Weekend 11:30 Tiger Bay 13:15 Escape to the Country

14:00 Snooker 17:30 Super League Rugby 18:00 Wonders of the Solar System 19:00 Alex Higgins: The People's Champion 20:00 Snooker 23:00 Battle of Britain: The Real Story 00:00 Massacre in Rome 01:40 The Reporters 02:00 BBC News 02:30 Dateline London 03:00 BBC News 03:30 The Record Europe 04:00 Pages from Ceefax

09:50 Pingu 10:00 Waybuloo 10:20 Clifford the Big Red Dog 10:30 Pablo the Little Red Fox 10:35 3rd and Bird 10:50 Wibbly Pig 11:00 The Daily Politics Conference Special 13:00 Castle in the Country 13:30 Ready, Steady, Cook 14:00 Animal Park 15:00 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 15:45 Flog It! 16:30 Pointless 17:15 Escape to the Country 18:00 Eggheads 18:30 Climbing Great

Buildings 19:00 The Classroom Experiment 20:00 University Challenge 20:30 MasterChef: The Professionals 21:00 Horizon 22:00 Genius 22:30 Newsnight 23:20 Today at Conference 23:50 Unequal Opportunities with John Humphrys 00:50 BBC World News America 01:00 BBC News 01:30 ABC World News with Diane Sawyer 02:00 BBC News 02:30 HARDtalk

09:50 Pingu 10:00 Waybuloo 10:20 Clifford the Big Red Dog 10:30 Pablo the Little Red Fox 10:35 3rd and Bird 10:50 Wibbly Pig 11:00 In the Night Garden 11:30 Open Gardens 12:00 The Daily Politics 13:00 Animal Park 14:00 The Daily Politics 16:00 Flog It! 16:30 Pointless 17:15 Escape to the Country 18:00 Eggheads 18:30 Climbing Great Buildings

19:00 The Classroom Experiment 20:00 MasterChef: The Professionals 21:00 Whites 21:30 Harry and Paul 22:00 Later Live with Jools Holland 22:30 Newsnight 23:20 Today at Conference 23:50 Highgrove: Alan Meets Prince Charles 00:50 BBC World News America 01:00 BBC News 01:30 ABC World News with Diane Sawyer 02:00 BBC News 02:30 HARDtalk

06:00 The Fluffy Club 07:25 Toonattik 09:25 Emu 09:40 Emu 09:55 Monk 10:00 Columbo 11:30 This Morning: Saturday 12:30 ITV News and Weather 12:35 The X Factor 13:50 A View to a Kill 16:15 The Unforgettable Jeremy Beadle 17:15 Granada News and Weather 17:30 ITV News and Weather

17:45 Animals Do the Funniest Things 18:45 All Star Family Fortunes 19:30 The X Factor 21:00 Simply Red: For the Last Time 22:00 Status Quo: In the Army Now 2010 22:05 Knocked Up 23:35 ITV News and Weather 23:50 Knocked Up 00:50 The Zone 02:50 Raines 03:40 ITV Nightscreen

06:00 The Fluffy Club 07:25 Toonattik 09:25 Coronation Street Omnibus 11:45 This Morning: Sunday 12:45 Dinner Date 13:45 ITV News and Weather 13:50 The Planet's Funniest Animals 14:20 The X Factor 15:50 Never Say Never Again 18:15 Granada News and Weather 18:30 ITV News and Weather 18:45 The Cube

19:45 The X Factor 21:00 Downton Abbey 22:30 ITV News and Weather 22:45 Bouquet of Barbed Wire 23:45 Rugby Highlights 00:30 The Zone 02:30 Motorsport UK 03:20 ITV Nightscreen

06:00 Daybreak 08:30 Lorraine 09:25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30 This Morning 12:30 Loose Women 13:30 ITV News and Weather 14:00 60 Minute Makeover 15:00 Secret Dealers 16:00 Midsomer Murders 17:00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show 18:00 Granada Reports 18:30 ITV News and Weather 19:00 Emmerdale 19:30 Coronation Street

20:00 Countrywise 20:30 Coronation Street 21:00 DCI Banks: Aftermath 22:00 News at Ten and Weather 22:35 Real Crime with Mark Austin 23:35 Stephen Tompkinson's Australian Balloon Adventure 00:35 The Zone 02:35 UEFA Champions League Weekly 03:05 The Jeremy Kyle Show 04:00 ITV Nightscreen

06:00 Daybreak 08:30 Lorraine 09:25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30 This Morning 12:30 Loose Women 13:30 ITV News and Weather 14:00 60 Minute Makeover 15:00 Secret Dealers 16:00 Midsomer Murders 17:00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show 18:00 Granada Reports 18:30 ITV News and Weather 19:00 Emmerdale 19:30 Grimefighters

20:00 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? 21:00 71 Degrees North 22:00 News at Ten and Weather 22:35 Swingtown 23:25 Ladette to Lady 00:25 The Zone 02:30 The Rockford Files 03:25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 04:20 ITV Nightscreen

06:10 The Hoobs 06:35 The Hoobs 07:00 World Sport 07:25 Freesports on 4 07:55 The Morning Line 08:55 One Tree Hill 09:55 Ugly Betty 10:50 Hollyoaks Music Show 11:25 The Album Chart Show with Tesco Entertainment 11:55 Friends 12:30 Friends 13:00 Scrubs 13:30 That Paralympic Show 14:00 Channel 4 Racing

15:55 Come Dine with Me 16:25 Come Dine with Me 16:55 Come Dine with Me 17:30 Come Dine with Me 18:00 Come Dine with Me 18:30 Channel 4 News 18:55 4thought.tv 19:00 My Family's Crazy Gap Year 20:00 Stephen Hawking's Universe 21:00 Collateral 23:15 Cocktail 01:15 Manorama Six Feet Under 03:35 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip 04:25 Age of Love

06:10 The Hoobs 06:35 The Hoobs 07:00 Mobil 1: The Grid 07:25 Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship of Great Britain 07:50 GT Academy 08:20 Friends 08:50 Friends 09:20 Hollyoaks Omnibus 11:50 Ugly Betty 12:50 Orange Rockcorps 14:10 The Simpsons 14:40 The Simpsons 15:10 Three in a Bed 15:40 Three in a Bed 16:10 Three in a Bed

16:40 Deal or No Deal 17:30 Big 19:30 Channel 4 News 19:55 4thought.tv 20:00 Undercover Boss 21:00 Juno 22:50 Top Gun 00:55 Tomorrow 01:00 NFL Football 04:45 Triathlon

06:35 The Hoobs 07:00 Freshly Squeezed 07:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 07:55 Everybody Loves Raymond 08:25 Frasier 08:55 Friends 09:30 Lakes on a Plate 10:00 The Good Wife 11:00 Desperate Housewives 12:00 Channel 4 News 12:05 Billy Rose's Jumbo 14:20 Lakes on a Plate 14:55 Wogan's Perfect Recall 15:25 Countdown 16:10 Deal or No Deal

17:00 Come Dine with Me 17:30 Coach Trip 18:00 The Simpsons 18:30 Hollyoaks 19:00 Channel 4 News 19:55 4thought. 20:00 Dispatches 21:00 Titanic: The Mission 22:00 Jamie's American Food Revolution 22:55 This Is England '86 00:00 3 Minute Wonder 00:05 Alan Davies' Teenage Revolution 01:05 Wednesday 02:55 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip 03:40 A Bell for Adano

07:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 07:55 Everybody Loves Raymond 08:25 Frasier 08:55 Friends 09:30 Lakes on a Plate 10:00 The Good Wife 11:00 Desperate Housewives 12:00 Channel 4 News 12:05 Jamie at Home 12:30 Madame X 14:20 Lakes on a Plate 14:55 Wogan's Perfect Recall 15:25 Countdown 16:10 Deal or No Deal 17:00 Come Dine with Me

17:30 Coach Trip 18:00 The Simpsons 18:30 Hollyoaks 19:00 Channel 4 News 19:55 4thought.tv 20:00 Help! My House Is Falling Down 21:00 Ramsay's Best Restaurant 22:00 This Is England '86 23:05 Seven Days 00:10 3 Minute Wonder 00:15 Late Night Poker 01:15 Beach Volleyball 02:10 KOTV 02:35 Motorcycle Racing 03:00 Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship of Great Britain

07:25 Roobarb and Custard Too 07:35 Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs 07:45 Noddy in Toyland 08:00 Mist: Sheepdog Tales 08:10 The Little Princess 08:30 The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky 08:45 Igam Ogam 09:00 Olivia 09:15 The Mr. Men Show 09:30 Gerald McBoing Boing 10:00 How Do They Do It? 10:30 Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers 11:30 The Gadget Show

12:30 Rory and Paddy's Even Greater British Adventure 13:30 Twilight of Honor 15:35 Hanover Street 17:40 Five News 17:45 The Sea Wolves 20:00 NCIS 21:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 22:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 23:00 CSI: Miami 23:55 Cops in Crisis 00:15 Super Casino 04:05 European Senior Tour Golf 04:55 The Family Recipe

07:25 Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures 07:30 Roobarb and Custard Too 07:40 Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs 07:50 Noddy in Toyland 08:00 Mist: Sheepdog Tales 08:10 The Little Princess 08:30 The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky 08:45 Igam Ogam 09:00 Olivia 09:15 The Mr. Men Show 09:35 Gerald McBoing Boing 10:00 iCarly 10:35 True Jackson, VP

11:10 How to Take Stunning Pictures 11:40 Cowboy Builders 12:40 Nature Shock 13:40 My Father, the Hero 15:25 The Secret Garden 17:25 Hercules 19:20 Five News 19:25 Jackie Chan's First Strike 21:00 300 23:15 Sniper 2 01:05 Super Casino 04:05 House Doctor 04:30 House Doctor 04:55 The Family Recipe

07:30 Roary the Racing Car 07:45 Noddy in Toyland 08:00 Fifi and the Flowertots 08:15 Peppa Pig 08:25 Peppa Pig 08:30 Thomas and Friends 08:45 The WotWots 08:55 Big School 09:00 Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures 09:10 Castle Farm 09:15 The Wright Stuff 10:45 Trisha Goddard 11:45 Police Interceptors 12:45 Five News 12:50 House 13:45 Neighbours 14:15 Home and Away 14:45 Meals in Moments

15:00 Storm Chasers: Revenge of the Twister 17:00 Five News 17:30 Neighbours 18:00 Home and Away 18:25 Live From Studio Five 19:00 Five News at 7 19:30 How Do They Do It? 20:00 The Gadget Show 21:00 Rory and Paddy's Even Greater British Adventure 22:00 Lock Up 00:15 The Gadget Show 01:10 Super Casino 04:05 Police Interceptors 04:55 Animal Rescue Squad

19:00 Top Gear 20:00 The Real Hustle: Celebrity Scammers 20:30 The Real Hustle: Celebrity Scammers 21:00 Proof of Life 23:10 Live at the Apollo 23:55 Family Guy 00:15 Family Guy 00:40 American Dad

01:00 American Dad 01:20 American Dad 01:40 American Dad 02:00 American Dad 02:25 American Dad 02:50 American Dad 03:15 American Dad 03:40 American Dad 04:05 The Real Hustle: Celebrity Scammers

19:00 Formula 1 20:00 Are You Fitter Than a Pensioner? 21:00 Gavin and Stacey: The Outtakes 21:30 Him & Her 22:00 Family Guy 22:20 Family Guy 22:45 The King Is Dead 23:15 Gavin and Stacey:

The Outtakes 23:45 Ideal 00:15 Him & Her 00:45 American Dad! 01:05 American Dad! 01:30 American Dad! 01:55 American Dad! 02:20 American Dad! 02:45 American Dad! 03:05 American Dad!

19:00 Merlin 19:45 Doctor Who 20:30 E20 21:00 Cherry Goes Dating 22:00 EastEnders 22:30 Him & Her 23:00 Family Guy 23:25 Family Guy 23:50 Cherry Goes Dating 00:50 Him & Her

01:20 E20 01:50 5 Really Disgusting Foods 02:45 I Can't Stop Stealing 03:45 Great TV Mistakes 04:15 5 Really Disgusting Foods 05:15 SIGN OFF

07:30 Roary the Racing Car 07:45 Noddy in Toyland 08:00 Fifi and the Flowertots 08:15 Peppa Pig 08:25 Peppa Pig 08:30 Thomas and Friends 08:45 The WotWots 08:55 Big School 09:00 Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures 09:10 Castle Farm 09:15 The Wright Stuff 10:45 Trisha Goddard 11:45 Police Interceptors 12:45 Five News 12:50 House 13:45 Neighbours 14:15 Home and Away

19:00 Total Wipeout 20:00 Cherry Goes Dating 21:00 Don't Tell the Bride 22:00 EastEnders 22:30 Ideal 23:00 Family Guy 23:25 Family Guy 23:50 Don't Tell the Bride 00:45 Bizarre ER 01:15 Bizarre ER

14:50 Meals in Moments 15:05 Picking up and Dropping Off 17:00 Five News 17:30 Neighbours 18:00 Home and Away 18:25 Live From Studio Five 19:00 Five News at 7 19:30 How to Take Stunning Pictures 20:00 Nature Shock 21:00 CSI: Miami 22:00 CSI: NY 23:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 23:55 NCIS 00:50 Super Casino 04:05 Police Interceptors

01:45 Ideal 02:15 Total Wipeout 03:15 EastEnders 04:15 Cherry Goes Dating 05:15 SIGN OFF


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03/2005, 176.000KM, 333bhp, MANUAL, SIDE AIRBAG, CLIMATE, XENONS, PARKTRONIC, NAVI, HEAD-UP DISPLAY. 16.900€

SUBARU FORESTER 2.0 gLX AWD,

ASTON MARTIN DB9, 06/2006, 17.500KMS, NATIONAL CAR, ONE OWNER, AIRBAGS, ALARM, ELEC SEATS, XENONS,PARKTRONIC. FULL EQUIP.

PORSCHE 997 TURBO CABRIO,

75.000€ + MATRICULATION

MASERATI 4200 SPYDER,

2003, 50.000KM, AIRBAGS, ABS, LEATHER, NAVI, CRUISE CONTROL, ELEC SEATS.

32.900€

Mg ZT 2.0 CDTi,

NISSAN 350Z 305 V6,

05/2005, 56.778KM, 280BHP, ABS, AIRBAGS,CLIMATE, CRUISE CONTROL, XENONS, IMMOBILIZER, PARKTRONIC, LEATHER, RADIO/CD. 22.900€

110.000€

MERCEDES SL500 CABRIO, 04/1990, 117.000KM, 326bhp, AUTOMATIC, CLIMATE CONTROL, SIDE AIRBAGS, ELEC SEATS, ESP, FULL LEATHER. 14.900€

02/2004, 187.000KM, DIESEL, AIRCON, XENONS, ALARM, PARKTRONIC, NAVIGATION, TV.

01/1996, CLIMATE, ELEC SEATS, XENONS, NAVI, NAKAMINCHI CD, FULL SERV. HISTORY.

PORSCHE 993 TURBO,

Mercedes-Benz S 430,

9.900€

53.000€

06/2003, 132.000KMS, ABS, AIRBAGS, AIRCON, ALARM, FOG LIGHTS, XENONS, PARKTRONIC, NAVIGATION, LEATHER.16.900€

PORSCHE 911 CARRERA S CABRIO,

JAgUAR XK8,

07/2004, 50.000KMS, 4WD, ABS, AIRBAGS, ROOF RACK, AIRCON, IMMOBILIZER, RADIO/CD, SUNROOF. 13.900€

04/2006, 12.000KM, AUTO, TIPTRONIC, AIRBAGS, CLIMATE, XENONS, ELEC SEATS, PARKTRONIC, NAVI, ALARM, LEATHER. 64.900

07/2000, 30.300KM, ABS, AIRBAG, CLIMATE, ELEC HEATED SEATS, IMMOBILIZER, PARKTRONIC, XENON, LEATHER. 24.900€

SMART FORTWO, 11/2005, 94.000KM, ABS, AIRBAG, AIRCON, CENTRAL LOCKING, POWER STEERING, ELEC WINDOWS, RADIO/CD. 5.900€

PORSCHE CAYENNE TURBO, 01/2008, 48.197KM, 500BHP, 4WD, SIDE AIRBAGS, CLIMATE, ALARM, ELEC MEM.SEATS, TRACTION CONTROL, ESP, NAVIGATION, PARKTRONIC, XENONS, SUNROOF, MANY MORE EXTRAS. 72.000€

05/2006, 55.000KM, AUTO, ABS, AIRBAG, AIRCON, ELEC WINDOWS, ELEC SEATS, CRUISE CONTROL, SUNROOF, RADIO/CD. 12.900€

BMW M6, 10/2006, 86.878KM, 507BHP, SIDE AIRBAGS, BLACK LEATHER INT. ALARM, ELEC.MEM.SEATS, TRACTION CONTROL,ESP, XENONS, NAVIGATION, PARKTRONIC, RADIO/CD. 54.900€

03/2001, 153.400KM, AUTO, 4WD, ABS, AIRBAG, CLIMATE, ELEC SEATS, SUNROOF, CRUISE CONTROL. 11.900€

05/2000KM, 55.640KM, AUTO, ABS, AIRBAG, AIRCON, MULTIFUNCTION STEERING, LEATHER, INFINITY SOUNDS. 9.900€

VW TOUREg TD V10 DAKAR,04/2004,

PORSCHE 993 TURBO DE CARRERAS

BMW X6 3.5 SD, 02/2008, 26.000KM, DIESEL, AUTO, SIDE AIRBAGS, CLIMATE, SUNROOF, CRUISE CONTROL, LEATHER, ELEC MEM SEATS, ALLOYS, GPS, NAVI, PARKTRONIC, FULL EQUIP. 64.900€

126.000KMS, DIESEL, AUTO, SIDE AIRBAGS, CLIMATE, MULTIFUNCTION STEERING, LEATHER, DVD SCREENS, NAVI, PARKTRONIC, GPS, ALLOYS, FULL EQUIP. 23.900€

03/2008, 15.500KM, 480bhp, FULL EQUIP.

JEEP gC 4.7 LTD,

14.000KM, 04/1996, READY FOR RACING, LOADS OF EXTRAS & SPARE RACING PARTS.

39.900€

HYUNDAI SONATA V6,

CHRYSLER STRATUS LTD CABRIO,

PORSCHE CAYENNE S 4.5 V8,

01/2005, 125.000KM, 4WD, ELEC MEM SEATS, CLIMATE, ALARM, XENONS, LEATHER, PARKTRONIC, SUNROOF. 26.900€

BMW X5 4.8i,

12/2007, 25.560KM, 355BHP, SIDE AIRBAGS, CLIMATE, ELEC.MEM.SEATS, ESP, IMMOBILIZER, XENONS, NAVI, PARKTRONIC, LEATHER, SUNROOF. 54.900€

RANgE ROVER.SPORT 4.2 V8 SUPERCHAR gED. 06/2006, 60.768KMS, 4WD, AIRBAGS. CLIMATE CONTROL, ELEC SEATS, TRACTION CONTROL, ESP, XENON, IMMOBILIZER, PARKTRONIC, NAVI. FULL EQUIP. 45.900€

MERCEDES S320 CDI, 04/2008, 8.000KM, DIESEL, AUTO, LEATHER INT, CLIMATE, ELEC MEM SEATS, GPS, NAVI,PARKTRONIC, ALLOYS, FULL EQUIP. 59.000KM

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BENALMADENA Municipal Police 952 562 142 Health Centre 952 440 404 / 952 443 545 Arroyo de la Miel Health Centre 952 562 142 Taxi 952 441 545 Tourist Office 952 442 494 Foreign Residents Department 952 579 802

First Aid (Night time & Holidays) 952 468 653 Police (Urgent 092) 952 589 324 Taxi 952 471 000 Tourist Office 952 467 625 Town Hall 952 589 300 Foreign Residents Department 952 589 440

ESTEPONA Bus Station 952 800 249 Municipal Police 952 800 243 Taxi 952 802 900 Tourist Office 952 800 913 Town Hall 952 801 100 Fire Brigade 952 792 121 Foreign Residents Department 952 809 031

GIBRALTAR Ambulance 199 Fire Brigade 190 / +350 200 72936 Police 199 / +350 200 72500 Tourist Office +350 200 74982

FUENGIROLA Bus Station 952 475 066 Fire Brigade (Urgent 080) 952 461 046 First Aid (Emergency) 952 468 835

MALAGA Airport 952 048 804 Bus Station 952 350 061 Fire Brigade 952 411 890 Guardia Civil 952 071 520 Renfe Railway Station 902 240 202 Taxi 952 327 950

Tourist Office 952 213 445 Town Hall 952 135 000 MARBELLA Bus Station 952 764 400 Fire Brigade 952 774 349 Municipal Police 952 899 500 Taxi 952 774 488 Tourist Office 952 771 442 Town Hall 952 761 100 MIJAS Police Las Lagunas 952 460 909 Fire Brigade Las Lagunas 952 586 328 Town Hall & Foreign Residents Department 952 485 900 Town Hall Las Lagunas 952 473 125 Taxi 952 478 288 Social Services 952 486 370 Consumer Office 952 582 911 Tourism Office 952 589 034

NERJA Municipal Police 952 521 545 Taxi 952 520 537 Tourist Information 952 521 531 Town Hall 952 548 401 SAN PEDRO DE ANCANTARA Fire Brigade 952 774 349 Town Hall 952 789 300 TORREMOLINOS Bus Station 952 382 419 Fire Brigade 952 381 414 Taxi 952 380 600 Tourist Office 952 379 512 Town Hall 952 379 400 VELEZ MALAGA Town Hall 952 559 100 Municipal Police 952 549 238

Austria 952 600 267 Belgium 952 599 159 Canada 952 223 346 Denmark 952 211 797 Finland 952 212 435 France 952 226 590 Germany 952 363 591 Great Britain 952 352 300 Greece 952 311 847 Holland 952 380 888 Hungary 952 308 393 Iceland 952 661 200 Ireland 952 475 108 Italy 952 306 150 Norway 952 667 955 Phillipines 952 222 757 Saudi Arabia 952 310 358 Sweden 952 604 383 USA 952 474 891

WEEKLY MARKETS

CHURCHES Church of England / Episcopal St. Georges Malaga 952 219 396 San Miguel Nerja 952 521 339 Parish Church Competa 952 219 396 Capilla de Nuestra Señora del Carmen Almuñeca 952 521 339 Anglican Chaplaincy of St Andrew Los Boliches 952 580 600 San José Chapel Carmen Church, Benalmadena Costa. Norwegian Church at El Camponario, Calahonda. Iglesia Cristo, Coin. Cemetary Chapel, Alhaurin el Grande. Iglesia Paroquial Virgen del Rocio San Pedro. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Merced, Sotogrande. Torre Guadiaro 952 808 605 St Barnabus IERE (Anglican) 958 359 388 St Barnabus IERE (Anglican) 952 030 461 Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Gibraltar +350 200 78377 Muslim Mezquita del Rey Abdul Aziz 952 774 143 Mezquita del Centro Cultural Sohail, Fuengirola 952 473 916 Mezquita Calle San Augustin, Malaga 952 228 595 Roman Catholic Santo Cristo del Calvario, Marbella 952 774 899 Saint Joseph’s Chapel, Fuengirola 952 472 985 Lux Mundi, Fuengirola 952 474 840

Church of the Immaculate Conception Arroyo de la Miel Hermita de San Miguel, Calahonda St Andrew’s Chapel, Los Boliches Parish Church of Virgen del Carmen, Benalmadena Costa Lux Mundi Second Ecumenical Centre, Torre del Mar 952 543 334 Nuestra Señora de Europa, Chiclana (Cadiz) Methodist Methodist Church, Gibraltar +350 200 77491 / +350 200 40870 La Capilla de la Torre, Sotogrande, 956 795 062 La Capilla de la Torre, Torre Guadiaro, San Roque Jehovah’s Witnesses Edificio Apollo, Torremolinos 952 561 170 Kingdom Hall, Fuengirola 952 469 082 Calle José Palanca 20, Malaga. Fuente Nueva, San Pedro 952 818 595 Kingdom Hall, Torrox Costa 952 526 740 Calle Infantes, Torre del Mar. Calle Felix Rodriguez de la Fuente, Coin 952 499 239 Evangelical /Baptist/Pentecostal Elim Family Fellowship 952 486 820 / 951 912 525 Evangelical Church, Los Boliches 952 460 728 Evangelical Community Church, Torremolinos 952 384 706 Christ Ambassadors, Torremolinos

952 384 706 Fellowship of the King, Nerja 958 658 439 Community Bible Fellowship, Nerja 952 521 776 Presbyterian Hotel Torremar, Torre del Mar 952 532 825 Informal Community Church, Torrox Park, 952 532 825 Evangelical Christian Fellowship, Calahonda 952 930 275 Arroyo Baptist Church, Arroyo de la Miel 952 447 967 / 952 386 716 Baptist Church, Calahonda 952 834 213 Asambleas de Dios, La Linea. The International Christian Fellowship, Marbella 952 932 216 Christian Church, Christamar Centre, Puerto Banus 637 408 194 Words of Power Evangelical Church, Mijas 952 591 180 Fellowship of the King, Salobreña 958 658 439 Fellowship of the King, Almuñeca 958 658 439 Evangelical Reformed Church, Almuñeca 958 639 529 / 677 699 490 Fellowship of the King, La Viñuela 952 033 021 Brethren Assembly, Gibraltar. Plaza Ibensa 35 - 37, Benalmadena 952 486 820 Ark Christian Fellowship, Fuengirola 952 592 171 Faith Baptist Church, San Pedro 952 930 458 Church of Scotland (Presbyterian)

Lux Mundi Ecumenical Centre, Fuengirola 951 260 982 / 654 328 016 Saint Andrews Church, Gibraltar +350 200 77040 Dutch Evangelical Skandinaviska Turistkyran, Fuengirola. Avenida Montemar 10a, Torremolinos. Church of Jesus Christ of latter day Saints Calle Rueda 7, Los Boliches 952 469 392 / 607 521 032 Calle Jesus del Gran Poder, Motril 958 825 665 Calle Babell 1, Malaga. Calle Sevilla 43, Algeciras 956 630 894 Bahai Bahai Information Offices: Marbella 952 902 121 Fuengirola 952 474 447 Malaga 952 214 057 Benalmadena 952 442 424 Alhaurin de la Torre 952 411 496 Rincon de la Victoria 952 402 870 Gibraltar +350 200 73287 Synagogues Beth Minzi, Torremolinos 952 052 550 Beth El, Marbella 952 859 395 Quakers Quakers (Society of Friends) Malaga zvi@gotadsl.co.uk

Cricket Club Costa del Sol 606 526 618 Cubs & Beavers 952 568 55 / 618 705 166 CUDECA 952 564 910 Diabetic Support Group - Alhaurin /Fuengirola/Puerto Banus 952 464 184 English Speaking Group Malaga 952 432 235 Estepona Floral Arts 952 880 935 Ferrari Owners Club 952 812 490 Friends of the Theatre (FOTA) 952 448 410 Fuengirola and District Society 952 476 385 Good Companions 952 494 730 Guides 667 433 581 Hash House Harriers 606 761 942 / 654 633 430 History Club Nerja 952 538 526 International Club of Estepona 952 802 549 International Labour Group 952 464 324 / 952 375 909 International Music Club 952 449 298 Irish Association of Spain 952 375 482 Irish Cultural Association 952 374 127 Jazz Appreciation Society, Benavista 952 888 106 / 669 504 942 Jazz Club 952 830 900 Amigos de Jazz 952 669 580 Lions Clubs: Benalmadena 627 440 361 Calahonda 952 934 791 / 647 379 652 La Cala de Mijas 952 473 238 Marbella 952 823 135 Marbella Francofono 952 815 444 Nerja 952 523 051 Puerto Banus 620 288 500 Los Claveles Charity 952 810 374 Lux Mundi Ecumenical Centre Fuengirola 952 474 840

TUESDAY: Antequerra, Fuengirola, Marbella at Puerto Banus WEDNESDAY: Alhaurin de la Torre, Estepona, Malaga next to Avenida Juan XXIII, La Cala, Rincón de la Victoria at Supersol. THURSDAY: Alhaurin el Grande, Malaga at Cruz de Humilladero, San Pedro Alcantara, Nerja, Torre de Mar, Torremolinos, Velez at El Pozancon. La Trocha (Coin) boot sale. FRIDAY: Almunecar, Benalmadena, Manilva, Rincón de la Victoria at La Cala del Moral. SATURDAY: Coin, Malaga at El Palo, Nueva Andalucia, La Cala II, Las Lagunas, Ojen, Velez at La Caleta de Velez. SUNDAY: Estacion de Cartama, Malaga at Matiricos, Rincón de la Victoria at Benalgalbon, Ronda. La Trocha (Coin) boot sale. Pizarra - boot sale.

The Norwegian Seamans Church El Campanario, Calahonda 952 939 800

EMERGENCY NUMBERS

CLUBS, SOCIETIES & CHARITIES Age Care Calahonda 691 761 088 / 655 903 182 Age Concern Lifeline 650 163 928 Alcoholics Anonymous 600 379 110 Al-Anon 662 180 326 Arroyo Friendly Club 952 446 935 American Club Costa del Sol Estepona, Sotogrande 952 804 693 Fuengirola, Mijas, Benalmadena 653 274 392 Malaga 952 400 006 Marbella 675 094 494 Arroyo Social and Welfare Club 952 051 610 Art of Living Club 646 379 944 Arte y Cultura Marbella 952 773 188 Asociacion Francofonos 952 815 444 Barbershop Harmony Group 952 473 051 Bowls: Belplayer Bowls Club, Torremolinos 952 416 534 Bridge Club - ACE 952 485 678 Bridge Club Atalaya 609 548 595 Bridge Club Calahonda 952 931 636 Bridge Club Casares 952 893 633 / 952 890 199 Bridge Club - Nerja 952 525 425 / 617 534 342 British Association of Marbella 951 275 049 / 952 828 533 British Society (Britsoc) 952 416 552 Brownies & Rainbows 667 433 581 Club Charity and Pleasure 696 241 678 Collegium Musicum 952 775 492 / 952 475 840 Computer Club St Andrews 637 091 130 Conservatives Abroad 951 250 901 / 952 565 777 Costa Chordbusters 952 464 184

MONDAY: Marbella at Las Albarizas, Alora, Torrox at El Llano, Torrox at Urb Costa del Oro

MABS Cancer Support Group 952 833 568 NADFAS Costa del Sol 952 382 713 De La Frontera 952 804 692 Nerja 958 640 176 Nederlandse Club 952 473 545 Out of Africa Association 952 668 081 / 952 440 312 Photograpihic Society Costa del Sol 952 446 893 Positively Pink (Breast Cancer charity) 670 004 422 Recovery International (Mental Health) 952 593 455 Rotary Club Benahavis 670 604 392 Benalmadena 952 441 440 Estepona 952 800 999 Fuengirola/Mijas 648 292 146 Guadalmina 610 702 683 Marbella 952 821 121 San Pedro 951 318 381 Royal Air Force Association RAFA 952 119 708 / 952 484 117 Royal Antideluvian Order of Buffaloes 952 563 950 / 951 313 970 Royal British Legion: Alcaucin 696 391 224 Alhaurin de la Torre 952 595 412 Alhaurin el Grande 952 499 238 / 655 316 160 Benajarafe 952 514 226 Benalmadena 952 447 655 Coin 637 474 753 /663 157 776 Colmenar 951 163 071 Estepona 671 846 204 Fuengirola 952 468 106 La Viñuela 618 293 749

Marbella 952 774 572 Mijas Costa 615 758 959 Mollina 654 472 922 Nerja 952 526 423 Torre del Mar 628 343 198 Torremolinos 952 370 907 Trapiche 951 239 366 Royal Naval Club 677 311 902 Scouts 606 305 664 SOL Classic Car Club 951 244 149 Soroptimist International 653 771 625 Table Tennis Club International 952 373 813 The International Music Society (TIMS) 952 486 947 THESPA (The English Speaking Players Association) 952 472 985 Toastmasters Club 646 533 112 Torremolinos and District Social Club 952 386 172 Triple “S” 952 417 452 U3A Fuengirola 952 494 172 U3A Marbella 622 670 158 U3A Marbella - Inland 952 112 847 41 and Tangent Club 639 542 387 (East of Malaga 951 160 509) Zoological Society 952 711 377 Animal Charities ACE Animal Charity 610 752 350 ADANA 952 800 975 CAS Animal Charity 952 523 607 CHAIN Animal Charity 672 399 323 FAMA Animal Charity 620 354 8850 PAD Animal Shelter 952 486 084 SEPE Horse and Donkey Charity 610 775 413 SOS Animals 626 351 881 Triple ‘A’ , Bettina, 952 771 586

Emergency Helpline in English

902 102 112 Emergency Operator 112 Ambulance 061 Fire Brigade 080 National Police 091 Local Police 092 Sea Rescue 900 202 202

HOSPITALS Carlos Haya 951 290 000 Materno Infantil 951 290 00 University Hospital 951 032 000 Costa del Sol Hospital 951 976 670

CINEMAS Malaga - Plaza Mayor: 902 902 103 Fuengirola - Parque Miramar: 952 198 600 Marbella - Gran Marbella: 952 810 077 Velez Malaga - C.C. El Ingenio: 902 221 622

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AIR CONDITIONINg COOLFLOW The Air Conditioning Specialists. Installation, servicing and repairs to all makes and models. Special offers available. Call Ian 678491234. Established 7 (091)p years on the coast ---------------------------------------------PROFESSIONAL Aircon Specialist. Cost effect and calculates your personal use and requirements. 6 6 9 0 0 9 8 2 1 www.frankmultiservices.com (093)p

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DECORATORS WANT the best? Nº 1 on the coast for painting & decorating. Call Nick at Decor8. All aspects no problem. 678889933/952939561 (140)p www.decor8.es ---------------------------------------------PLACE AN AD! It’s quick, easy and it works. Send an email to class@thenewsonline.es or call (f) 952454491

DOMESTIC APPLIANCES WASHINg machine repairs, fast, reliable service. All work guaranteed. Also sales from €70. Can deliver. (099)pwp Call Joe 686271836

gOLD TURN YOUR “gOLD” into cash today. We will come to your home and give you cash on the spot. For a private valuation of your gold call: Office 952198010 or Louis on (091)p 615319437 ---------------------------------------------HOLD A “gOLD PARTY” in the privacy of your home and we will pay you 10%. Interested? For more information call: Office 952198010 (091)p or Louis on 615319437

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PLUMBINg PUMPS Reconditioned and repaired for pools, irrigation, pressure systems etc. Economical prices, fast turnaround. Tel. (139)p 667292493

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TO RENT BED & BREAKFAST evening meal and laundry. Sat TV in every room. €85 per week, 2 in a twin room €135 per week. 627379001 (091)tnp ---------------------------------------------ALHAURIN 1 bedroom, fully furnished. Separate kitchen and bathroom. Sky T.V.. From €80 per (091)tnp week. 952112919 ---------------------------------------------COIN town centre, lovely room with en-suite bathroom to rent. €200 per month. For more information call 685407610 (092)tnp ---------------------------------------------EL PARAISO Baja. 150 metres beach. Luxury spacious 2/3 bed apartments and penthouses. From €600pm 609514560 www.holidaymarbella.info (093)tnp ---------------------------------------------MARBELLA Centre. Rooms with own bathroom, satellite/internet. (094)p 671244683 ---------------------------------------------TORREMOLINOS centre, large studio, separate sleeping area, long let, €320 monthly, Tel (092)p 618903298 ---------------------------------------------TOWNHOUSES and Apartments furnished and unfurnished, walking distance to all amenities - La Cala, Riviera, Cabopino. Diana (094)p 952486141/661310033 ---------------------------------------------MARBELLA Apartment Rentals from €700 per month to €1,500 per month. 1 / 2 / 3 bedrooms. Exclusive addresses. 622571040 www.kingscastlemarbella.com info@kingscastlemarbella.com (094)p ---------------------------------------------LONg TERM Rentals, super prices, no commissions, apartments, townhouses, villas, fincas, coast and (096)p inland. 679111522 ---------------------------------------------ENTRERIOS Charming country house, 12km from Fuengirola/La Cala. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, dining/sitting room, woodburner. Stables (2 horses). Granny flat. Workshop, swimming pool. €950 (091)p per month. 650205208

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Stoner wins at last for Ducati Va Va Voom.... Unlucky for some but not Casey Stoner who, after 13 attempts this season, finally got the victory that has eluded the Ducati team. The Australian's 21st MotoGP victory, all with the Ducati team he will leave at the end of this season, came after overcoming an early challenge from title leader Jorge Lorenzo and then pressure from Dani Pedrosa. Stoner kept his advantage over the Repsol Honda rider at just over one-second for most of the race and the Spaniard finally surrendered in the closing stages, allowing Stoner to claim a fivesecond victory. Hayden, who took third place from Lorenzo on the last lap, handing the team its first double podium since 2007. "I am really happy for Casey, Nicky and all the team because today is payback for all their hard work," said team manager

Vittoriano Guareschi. "They have never backed off, even in the difficult moments. We came to a track that nobody had been to before but our bike worked well from the start. Both Nicky and Casey were fast in all conditions and today they produced a fantastic performance.”

For the first time since Valencia 2007, a MotoGP race ended without a Yamaha rider on the podium at Aragon on Sunday. The result also marked the end of world championship leader Jorge Lorenzo's run of 13 consecutive podiums.

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Gordon Shedden, Tom Onslow-Cole and Matt Neal were the winners at an improved Donnington Park They have now set up a nailbiting, four-way title-decider with Jason Plato on Finals Day at Brands Hatch, Kent on Sunday October 10th. Silverline Chevrolet driver Plato crashed out of Sunday’s first race but later secured a pair of vital third place finishes in races two and three to maintain his lead in the standings – the first of those achieved with a stunning comeback drive from the rear of the grid. The crash happened in race one and was of Plato’s own making after he just touched the rear of Matt Neal’s car, under braking for the new chicane, and sent him flying into the large polystyrene corner markers, and there was then a massive pile up in which Plato came off worst. Neal though was unscathed, and went on to take 5th place in race one while his team mate

Shedden won, with Tom Chilton 2nd and Mat Jackson 3rd. Onslow Cole won race 2 with Shedden 2nd and Plato, after some fantastic overtaking, 3rd. Matt Neal got his win in the third race ahead of WSR BMW driver Robert Collard, and Plato again took 3rd to keep his Championship hopes well alive. The results mean that an unprecedented number of four drivers – the previous record was three – will fight it out for the BTCC title in the season’s final three races around Brands Hatch’s tight and often controversial Indy circuit in three weeks time. Plato will arrive there with a 17-point advantage over Neal with Shedden a further four points adrift. OnslowCole is three more behind – in total with 24 to make up on Plato with a maximum of 52 to be won on the day.

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Wenger on FA misconduct charge Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been charged by the Football Association with improper conduct at the end of the Gunners' 1-1 draw at Sunderland. Wenger appeared to confront fourth official Martin Atkinson after Darren Bent equalised for the Black Cats in the fifth minute of stoppage time. Atkinson had earlier shown on his board that four minutes would be played. Wenger said after Saturday's draw at the Stadium of Light: "If you have a watch, you can control. It's as simple as that.”

Cavendish ends in green England Manxman cycles into record book as second Briton to take the sprinters’ title and jersey Mark Cavendish rounded off a terrific Vuelta España with a second place finish in Madrid to secure the points jersey to become the first Briton in 21 years to earn the sprinters' title at a Grand Tour. The Manxman, 25, held on to the green jersey despite American rival Tyler Farrar winning the final stage. Cavendish is only the second Briton to secure a sprint title in one of the top three stage races following Malcolm Elliott's 1989 triumph in Spain. The overall victory went to Vincenzo Nibali who became the first Italian in 20 years to win the overall title.He finished in the peloton on Sunday to win by 43 seconds from Ezequiel Mosquera Miguez of Spain, with Slovakia's Peter Velits third. Cavendish, who won three stages in Spain to add to the five he claimed at this year's Tour de France, finished on 156 points, seven clear of Farrar. The American crossed the line in a little over two hours and two minutes after an 85km ride from San Sebastian de los Reyes to Madrid. HTC-Columbia rider Cavendish had looked well placed to seal his title with another stage victory

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Captain Andrew Strauss has dismissed suggestions England deliberately lost last Friday's third one-day match against Pakistan in return for money.

Mark Cavendish winning an earlier stage at the Tour of Spain

but gave himself too much ground to make up as Farrar burst through in the final 500m. Second was more than good enough, however as Farrar needed Cavendish to finish no higher than fifth as well as win himself to deny the Isle of Man rider the green jersey. Cavendish said: "I didn't expect it when I came here, but I really am pleased that I managed to achieve my first green jersey in a major tour. It's something very special. "The Vuelta is different from other races because there are equal points on offer in the mountains and in the flats, but at the end of

the day it's all about being consistent. "I'm very happy for HTCColumbia all round. We took five stages, led overall, and we got on the podium as well as in the points. It has gone perfectly." Cavendish will now head to Australia, hoping to become the first Briton since Tom Simpson in 1965 to win the World Championships. The Grand Tours are cycling's three major stage races, featuring the Tour de France, the Giro d'Italia and the Tour of Spain, also known as the Vuelta.

Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ijaz Butt told Indian TV he had heard some England players were paid to lose. But he later told BBC Sport the comments had been taken out of context. Strauss said: "We refute these allegations and will explore with the England and Wales Cricket Board all legal options open to us." He added: "We are deeply concerned and disappointed that our integrity has been brought into question." Strauss admitted the England team had mixed feelings over whether to play Monday afternoon's fourth one-day game against the tourists at Lord's, but decided they had a responsibility to themselves and their supporters. "Under the circumstances, we have

Disappointing derby day defeat for Malaga Malaga 1 - 2 Sevilla, at the Rosaleda Expectations were high following last weekend’s goalfest against Real Zaragoza and Malaga did start this Andalucian derby brightly. Eliseu forced Sevilla keeper Andres Palop into a fine save after four minutes. And exactly 10 minutes later, Palop could do nothing to prevent the home team from taking the lead when he was beaten by Rondon after parrying a header from defender Kris. Malaga's joy was shortlived however, as Sevilla hit back just five minutes later. Diego Perotti went past

Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ijaz Butt

Jesus Gamez as if he wasn't there and sent in a deep cross to the far post for Alfaro, who headed in from close range. Both sides missed good chances in the remainder of the half, Juanmi in particular with Palop making a brilliant save. Mtliga gave away a needless free kick a minute before half time and Caceres popped up to head home Tiberio Guarente's free-kick and the Uruguayan's effort proved enough to win all three points. Negredo hit the bar

strong misgivings about continuing to play the last two games of the current series and urge the Pakistani team and management to distance themselves from Mr Butt's allegations," he said in a statement released by the England and Wales Cricket Board. Butt was asked in the NDTV interview whether the PCB had any proof of the allegations regarding English players. He replied: "Did you ask the other people who made allegations against our players whether they had any proof? What did they say? We have thought about this properly and we have positive proofs here before us just like they say they have.” On Monday morning, Butt was reported to have

for Sevilla in the second period and Malaga showed that they are still unable to break down a good side at home. A disappointing

defeat but Malaga have a great chance to redeem themselves away to Getafe on Thursday night. Report by Scott Forbes

However, speaking to BBC Radio 5 live, Butt later claimed he was only stating what he had heard and that he had no proof that England's players had thrown the game at The Oval. "The bookies have been talking about it and we will investigate the matter and come up with whatever proof we can provide," he said. "The total statement I made [to NDTV] categorically explained that the bookies are saying this. I am not saying this."."

Commonwealth games at risk Scotland and England's Commonwealth Games teams are concerned that the poor quality of the athletes village in Delhi may put the whole event in doubt. Scottish officials found their original accommodation to be "unsafe and unfit for human habitation".

The home side celebrate Rondon’s early strike

told India's NDTV channel: "There is loud and clear talk in bookie circles that some English players were paid enormous amounts of money to lose. No wonder there was total collapse of the English side."

England are "optimistic" they will compete, but have said the village requires urgent work before the Games begin on October 3rd. Games chief Michael Fennell admits the village is "seriously compromised". The English team claim that India's monsoon weather

has revealed new plumbing and electrical problems ahead of the arrival of their first athletes on Thursday. New Zealand, along with Canada and Northern Ireland, have described the conditions in the Village as "unliveable" and found alternative rooms for their 300-strong contingent of athletes and officials. Team manager David Currie believes the whole event may be put in danger. "If the village is not ready and athletes can't come, obviously the implications of that are that it's not going to happen," he told radio network newstalk ZB.


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Golf tournament news It was a great week for Britain’s Laura Davies after she completed her 76th career victory at Flamingos Golf Club in Benahavis, last Sunday, after Friday’s round was postponed due to thunderstorms. The 350,000 euros tournament was sponsored by the Costa del Sol tourism board and driven by the Royal Spanish Golf Federation (RFEG).

Laura Davies with the trophy

Davies shot a final round level par 71 to win the open de Espana Femenino. She finished at eleven-under-par for the tournament and secured a 2 stroke win over England’s Rebecca Hudson, Australian Frances Bondad and United States Christina Kim. The four-time major champion said it was one of the best wins of her life. Elsewhere, at the Austrian Open, David Lynn came back in 30 on his way to an eight-under-par 64 to share the third-round lead. Starting three behind the leaders, the Englishman secured four birdies that

took him to 13 under. Unfortunately for Lynn his great golf didn’t get him the win as Manuel Lara triumphed in a play-off with Lynn to win for only the second time on the the European Tour, and in doing so save his European Tour card. So yet another win for Spain in this unforgettable summer of sport. Spaniard Lara, 33, had carded a fourth-round 64 to claim a share of the lead with the 37-year-old Englishman Lynn (68) on 17 under par after 72 holes. And after Lynn made a hash of his tee shot at the first extra hole, Lara made par for his victory. England's Danny Willett bogeyed the last three holes to finish joint third with US Open champion Graeme McDowell. With preparations well on the way for Europe’s Ryder Cup, there’s good news for world number three Lee Westwood as he now feels confident he will be able to play all five rounds of the Ryder Cup in the clash against the United States next month, after recovering from a leg injury. The 37year-old, who hasn’t played since early August, has torn the plantaris muscle in his right calf. "I haven't had any

pain for three weeks," he said in a recent interview. "I've made great progress. I'm pretty strong at the moment. If called upon I'd be fine playing in all five matches." There’s hope too for Tiger Woods after Padraig Harrington has warned Europe to beware of a motivated Tiger at next month's Ryder Cup against the United States. 2010 is the Chinese year of the Tiger but so far it’s not been much of a year for Tiger Woods, who has had a tough time lately, both on and off the course, but Harrington said: "He'll be in fighting mood, in a mood to perform. The Ryder Cup could be the pinnacle of his year, like it could be for me." And when asked whether he felt US captain Corey Pavin had made the right decision in picking Woods, Harrington replied: "Yes, 100%, absolutely - he is the number one golfer in the world and he's been showing good form of late.” It seems the ups and downs of golf are all just par for the course! Written by Claire Voet

Lauro lift Summer Challenge The first Annual Summer Challenge between Benalmadena Bowls Club and Lauro Golf Bowls Club came to a close last week at Benalmadena Bowls Club. 42 bowlers competed for the Summer Challenge Trophy. The Lauro Club won the trophy and became the first team to do so in what club captains Frank Ball and Lennie Dineen hope will become a regular event each summer. Over the 6 matches played Lauro won 4 – 2, and everyone who took part agreed that it was a fantastic event and look forward to next year. Report and photo Amber Dineen

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That’s just not cricket old boy England’s broken relationship with Pakistan plumbed new depths as Jonathan Trott grabbed Wahab Riaz by the throat at Lord’s and Andrew Strauss had to be talked out of leading his players in a strike. Tempers reached boiling point ahead of the fourth NatWest one-day international when the two players clashed in an extraordinary scene in the nets and had to be separated by England batting coach Graham Gooch.

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Murray: “I need to be fitter and stronger to match Nadal.” British number one Andy Murray says he needs to get physically stronger and improve his game if he is to challenge world number one Rafael Nadal. The Scot, 23, made a disappointing thirdround exit at the US Open,

which Nadal went on to win and so complete the career Grand Slam. "I've got four or five months before the next Slam," Murray told BBC Sport. "I need to get physically stronger, improve my game

and then I'll give myself the chance to beat him." Murray had gone into the US Open with many predicting he could win his first Grand Slam title after a superb run at the Toronto Masters in the build-up, beating Nadal and

Roger Federer on his way to winning the tournament. But a surprise four-set defeat by Switzerland's Stanislas Wawrinka ended his hopes in the third round. Murray pledged that it would not happen again.

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Angry goalie shoots at journalist

Cork win final Cork produced a secondhalf comeback to edge out Down by a point in a thrilling All-Ireland football final. The Rebels missed early goal chances but Down settled to take a 0-7 to 0-2 lead although Cork reduced the margin to 0-8 to 0-5 at half-time and held on in the second half.

Dean Stoneman earns F1 test drive Briton Dean Stoneman has secured a test with the Williams Formula 1 team after winning the F2 title. Ninth place at Spain's Valencia Circuit gave him an unassailable lead over compatriot Jolyon Palmer. He now qualifies for the FIA superlicence that allows him to race in F1.

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An angry Honduran goalkeeper shot at a journalist with an air gun at the weekend. In an act reminiscent of an incident involving Diego Maradona in 1994, Motagua goalkeeper Donaldo Morales shot at reporter Saul Carranza because of criticism of his performances in the sports daily Diez. Maradona shot at reporters with an air rifle when they were staking him out.

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Messi out for at least two matches Barcelona star Lionel Messi will miss at least two matches with an ankle injury picked up in Barcelona's 2-1 win over Atletico Madrid in La Liga. The Argentine was carried off in second-half injury time after a tackle by Atletico defender Tomas Ujfalusi. Tests confirmed ligament damage to the Argentina forward's right ankle. Messi, the World Player of the Year, will miss the games against Sporting Gijon and Athletic Bilbao, with further tests to follow at that point.


The News Newspaper - Issue 091 (Sept 22nd 2010)