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Héctor has a degree in Journalism from Malaga University and joined the SUR team in 1992. He is now Chief Reporter in Marbella.
The Junta de Andalucía's port authority has stepped in and taken over the running of Marbella's La Bajadilla port.
The marina, to the east of the old town, has been at the centre of a dispute between the company holding the operating licence, Nas M
A leading luxury hotel chain is to open an establishment in Marbella. On Thursday, the W chain signed an agreement with the Platinum Estates investment group, which is developing a project in the area of the sand dunes at Real de Zaragoza, to manage
The image of Marbella often spreads beyond the municipal borders, becoming an umbrella location for a large proportion of the western Costa del Sol. There are hotels and beach clubs in Estepona that use the Marbella brand in their marketing - and nob
Mayor of Marbella, José Bernal, led a town-council delegation to Moscow for the MITT tourism fair in the Russian capital this week. It aimed to consolidate the municipality's position as a popular tourist destination in that country.
The Russian ma
A Malaga court has upheld earlier judgements that four well-known petrol stations in Marbella were built with illegal planning permission granted in 1995 and 1996 when Jesús Gil was mayor. The stations affected are by Marbella bus station, in Nagüele
This week the Guardia Civil's Nature Protection Service (Seprona) is looking into any possible damage done to the Vega del Mar paleochristian basilica site in Marbella, after complaints from residents in the area.
According to the complainants, the
The zone adjacent to the paleochristian Basilica has never been subject to archaeological examination but there is no doubt that it is home to Roman burials, after excavation work in 1991 uncovered three Roman graves beneath sand dunes which lie only
A wave of other refund claims to banks could be on the horizon, and this time it has nothing to do with the so-called 'floor clause'.
A Marbella court has recently found in favour of two people who took out mortgages based not on the standard eurib
Construction of the La Dama de Noche Sports City in Marbella, which was opened on 18 January, was carried out without a municipal licence.
Legal proceedings against MFC Sport Arena, the owner of the installations used by Marbella FC and which inclu
Sheikh Al-Thani, head of the Nas Marbella group who holds the concession for the La Bajadilla port project, last week communicated by telephone, through a legal representative, his intention to appeal the decision of the Andalucía Public Port Agency
Marbella town hall reclaimed one of 70 million euros owed to it by Juan Antonio Roca on Wednesday.
The provincial court in Malaga agreed that this sum would be taken for civil liabilities in the 'Saqueo 1' and 'Saqueo 2' cases. In the first, Roca w
Trocadero Marbella secured their ninth win of the season after beating Unión Rugby Almeria 33-21.
The victory all but guarantees Marbella's status as a División de Honor B side next season, with five games of the season still to play.
The British Ambassador to Spain, Simon Manley, spoke to members of the British Chamber of Commerce on Marbella on Friday, urging calm among business leaders in the face of the uncertainty surrounding the future Brexit.
'Brexit and beyond' was the t
Of all the political catastrophes that have rained down on the planet in recent months, it's possible that Brexit will be the one with the most repercussions on the Costa del Sol - not necessarily on the tourism industry, but on the thousands of fell
A dream came true for parents last week when town councillors finally voted to allocate funds to put high-voltage power cables near three Marbella schools underground.
Local people in the Trapiche Norte area of Marbella have been campaigning for 14
The survival of one of the longest established sporting organisations in Marbella is under threat due to a municipal tax demand. The Patronato Provincial de Recaudación (the provincial tax collection agency) has ordered an embargo of Marbella Rugby C
In the old days they called it winter, but as climate change has turned meteorology into a strange anomaly it has now become known as a "Siberian cold front". This week much of the province of Malaga saw a covering of snow; you don't have to have suc
The Marbella Club Hotel closed its doors last week for a refurbishment that will cost around five million euros.
In addition to the renovation of the swimming pool and general maintenance work, the hotel will construct a new luxury villa in the cen
Speeding up the process of granting planning permission in Marbella is a priority for 2017, announced the councillor responsible for Planning, Isabel Pérez, this week. She explained that the approval of the adaptation of the 1986 urban plan (PGOU) wo
The Costa del Sol Health Agency, which runs the hospital of the same name in Marbella, has just invested 659,182 euros on updating its magnetic resonance equipment. The hospital in Marbella now has the latest generation scanner, which means it can us