A selection of recent news in brief from the whole Costa del Sol
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A SELECTION of recent news in brief from all over the Costa del Sol created for the readers of Euro Weekly News.
In keeping with its history of supporting members of the LGTBI family, Torremolinos Council has launched a month-long campaign that will see posters stating “Zero Tolerance for LGTBIphobia” appear at bus stops and display signs around the city. city.
VIDEO has emerged on social media showing a naked man standing on Marbella’s promenade in broad daylight on Friday October 8 being approached by National Police officers and after being forced to put on his clothes being arrested.
Free cable car
On Monday, October 18, there will be no charge to take the Benalmadena cable car as part of a joint awareness initiative between the Council and the Spanish Association against Cancer (AECC), to give greater visibility on the International Day Against Breast Cancer.
IN Spain, it is estimated that 10 people commit suicide every day, a figure that reinforces the importance of solving a problem that increasingly affects young people. To this end, the Mijas Council has launched its “Life is the Solution” suicide prevention campaign.
EVEN though Fuengirola’s beaches are the busiest during the summer months, the Council feels it has an obligation to ensure that they are kept clean all year round and has therefore added an additional tractor and two vehicles 4 × 4 to the fleet.
Busy in Fuente
DATA released by the Marbella Ministry of Tourism has shown that the Fuente (holiday bridge for the Virgin del Pilar and the National Day) has experienced high hotel occupancy throughout the city.
Some five-star hotels saw 95 percent capacity and the average for this level reached 84.4% while four-star hotels did even better at 90.76 percent, with other hotel categories at 88 percent.
Overall, the results were similar to those obtained in 2019 and in fact better than the figures for 2018, so it can be concluded although the summer is over, the volume of visitors to Marbella remains high.
It is quite common for councils all over Spain to hold special ceremonies in which residents born in Spain are asked to pledge allegiance to Spain and the Spanish flag.
For the first time, Estepona will participate in this ceremony and with the help and cooperation of the Malaga Air Base, on Saturday November 13 at noon, it will host its own civilian staff flag engagement at the Estepona Exhibition Center.
A maximum of 600 people of Spanish nationality and adults will be allowed to participate provided they register before November 5 on the website of the Ministry of Defense, https://www.defensa.gob.es.
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