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Solheim Cup Shambles

Last weekend’s Solheim Cup, held at the Finca Cortesin course, was one of the most thrilling golf tournaments in recent years. The European team staged a thrilling fighback to tie 14-14 with the US women, ensuring they retained the title. The venue was packed, with King Felipe VI flying in

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It’s Doggy Disco Heaven!

Calling all dog lovers! If your Beagle likes to Boogie, your Dashhound digs Disco or your Spaniel is a secret Soul Boy, then make a date in the Doggy Diary, as this Friday September 22, the hugely popular Doggy Disco makes a return! The idea of Selina MacKenzie, whose “Animal

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Fallen Firefighter Honoured

Family, friends and colleagues gathered at the weekend for the official unveiling of a statue commemorating Carlos Martínez Haro, the INFOCA firefighter who died in the Sierra Bermeja fire two years ago In an emotional ceremony attended by Carlos’ parents and representatives of the Junta de Andalucia (above), the bronze

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Quartiers Properties plans Centro Forestal Sueco hotel project

The historic Central Forestal Sueco on the Golden Mile is scheduled to become the location for a luxury hotel. Under plans put forward by Swedish developer Quartiers Properties and recently approved by Marbella Town Hall, the company intends to focus more on the hospitality sector, with new rooms and restaurants

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BREAKING NEWS. Benahavis Blaze under control

The wildfire that broke out earlier this afternoon has been brought under control. Firefighting teams from INFOCA, including helicopters and a light aircraft, worked together to stabilise the wildfire. Concerns were raised that the fire might spread quickly due to the high winds and dry conditions. Thankfully the winds dropped,

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BREAKING NEWS. Fire in Benahavis

A large wildfire has broken out near Benahavis. The blaze was first reported just before 3pm between the AP-7 motorway and Montemayor. High winds and the dry conditions have helped the fire to spread quickly, although emergency services are now on the scene

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