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11:12

Local

Magnitude 3.6 earthquake felt on the Costa del Sol

E. C. / A. N. granada

A magnitude 3.6 earthquake, with its epicentre 12 kilometres underground close to Alhama de Granada, was felt in Malaga and across towns in the Axarquía at 12.07pm on Wednesday afternoon with reports to the emergency services of a “huge jolt” in

11:54

LifeStyle

Binckbank launches English-speaking services in style

SUR in English

...trade in a variety of products across asset classes. The new platform is based on Saxo Bank’s technology and is the first major joint commercial project following the acquisition of BinckBank by Saxo Bank. More information www.binckbank.com

10:14

Local

Marbella's residential works are to finish ahead of schedule

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...has included around 25,000 square metres of new pavement and 7,000 square metres of tarmac, cables for street lighting and other services. Improvements have been made to residential areas across the town. Muñoz has also expressed her governing team's

10:04

Sport

The story so far

Rob Palmer

As the Liga season takes a break, it's a time for reflection and a look at who has caught the eye in the first half of the season. It says plenty about the competiveness of the Spanish league when I can cast from most clubs to make up my team of t

10:04

Opinion

The story so far

Rob Palmer

As the Liga season takes a break, it's a time for reflection and a look at who has caught the eye in the first half of the season. It says plenty about the competiveness of the Spanish league when I can cast from most clubs to make up my team of t

14:46

Sport

Malaga's bright pink third kit is launched

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...and at the seven club outlets across Malaga city and the province. It was worn for the first time by the first team on Wednesday during their pre-season clash with Melilla in Benahavís.

14:47

LifeStyle

U3A pupils keep minds sharp with an eclectic mix of activities in Fuengirola

CHARLOTTE WAY

Lee. U3A Fuengirola is just one branch of many across Spain, attracting volunteers from along the Costa del Sol who "want to put something back" into society, in addition to retirees and, as Dawn emphasises, non-retirees who are eager to get involved. ... 'Hiking'. At this announcement, member Sue Garner, who sits across from Barry at the table, encourages him with a thumbs up: "It's good to have a challenge." I note, however, that Sue will instead be opting for 'Walkie Talkies', a social take on its more ... the blurred lines between reality and fiction in Nottingham (UK), home to heroic legend Robin Hood. For an entity which emphasises its 'non-political' nature across its website, the programme at U3A is, surprisingly, quite political; 'Debating and

16:17

Local

Cold snap covers inland areas in snow

SUR

...out to enjoy the unusual weather. It was the harshest spell of weather seen so far this winter. At the weekend it snowed across the entire mountainous arc that borders the province from the Ronda mountain range and the Sierra de las Nieves in the

14:01

Local

Family visit Malaga on 17-year world tour

juan soto malaga

When Herman and Candelaria Zapp began their journey in Buenos Aires on 25 January 2000 with just 4,000 euros in their pocket, they had planned to travel for just six months, with their final destination being Alaska. They also didn’t expect to get ve

12:19

Local

Religious ritual could be behind headless cocks left in river mouth

ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...unsavoury to come across a scene like that," said Sergio, who had passed by on his walk the night before and seen nothing. It's not the first time Sergio has come across something similar. "Once my dog was rummaging in some bushes and when I got closer

09:22

Sport

Malaga fall just short of vital three points

frank gavurin

Lombán header from a corner. However, parity was restored, and the visiting fans silenced, less than two minutes later, by Raúl Guti. It was an oddly similar goal to Malaga's first; a low, hopeful cross drifted across the box, somehow evaded several

11:39

Local

Three arrested after spate of robberies

E. C.

Three people were arrested during a police operation in Torre del Mar on Wednesday. The arrests follow a spate of burglaries across the Axarquía in which the accused are said to have entered houses through open windows and doors. The arrests ... took place in the slum houses on the N-340 at the western end of the town near Mercadona. Officers from across the Axarquía were involved in the operation. According to police sources, they also seized high-end watches and drugs ready for

12:54

LifeStyle

Costa Women welcome 8,000th member

SUR IN ENGLISH.

...and around Spain. Members can now enjoy over 20 events per month at different locations in Spain. The online community connects over 68 nationalities of women living across the whole of Spain.

14:23

National

Ryanair accused by unions of getting round Spanish stike

J.A. BRAVO / N. HESKETH

Unions have criticised Ryanair for bringing in staff from other areas to beat the strike action by Spanish-based cabin crews and pilots. Action on 1 and 2 September saw just 15 cancellations in Spain across the flight programme. The firm was said

10:45

Local

Puerto Banús marina enjoys a further taste of luxury

Héctor Barbotta

Lurssen shipyard, the yacht was sold four years later for 155 million euros. Solandge is now rented out by its buyers, for a jaw-dropping rate of one million euros a week (crew included). The superyacht, which sails across the seven seas at a speed of 27

16:50

Local

Plan launched to create 800 more parking spaces in Marbella

Nieves Castro

Marbella town hall has launched a plan for the creation of five new underground car parks to help relieve a growing problem across the municipality. A total of 826 spaces are to be created for the use of residents on a rotational basis. The

14:53

LifeStyle

The Palestine Youth Orchestra plays in Malaga

sur

A common passion for music brought 30 Palestine Youth Orchestra performers together to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Barenboim-Said Foundation. The complicated journey across the Jordan River and on to Andalucía was a challenge the

14:51

LifeStyle

Legendary Spanish singer Camilo Sesto dies aged 72

ÁLVARO SOTO/ DARYL FINCH

across both Spain and America. Most famous for his classic ballad, Vivir Así es Morir de Amor, Sesto gained international recognition for his role as Jesus in the Madrid production of Jesus Christ Superstar. It was the first big musical to be staged in

10:37

Local

Alcaucín's Neanderthal visitors' centre is set to open next year

Eugenio Cabezas

Alcaucín town hall announced plans earlier this week to open a visitors' centre to promote the discovery of Neanderthal remains discovered in the area in the 1970s and 1980s. Professor and archaeologist, Cecilio Barroso, came across the remains in

17:38

Local

French artist's Malaga space invasion investigated

R. SOTORRÍO / A.J. LÓPEZ malaga

The Junta de Andalucía has opened an investigation to determine whether works by French artist Invader, which have appeared on buildings and walls around Malaga, are damaging the city’s historical heritage. The artist, who has not revealed hi

14:03

Opinion

Graveyard shift

CHARLOTTE WAY

...rejected. The same cannot be allowed to happen with the 150-metre-tall structure which casts its shadow across the Sierra de Guadarrama. A dynamite explosion, as has previously been suggested, is, I hasten to add, most certainly not the answer. Instead,

12:51

Local

Assisted bathing in place again this year

This summer, as was the case last summer, assisted bathing will be available on five beaches across Marbella. Sessions take place from 12 to 2pm and 4 to 6pm daily on Pinomar (Las Chapas), El Faro and La Bajadilla (Marbella), La Salida (San

02:10

Local

Ecological treatments for invasive species in Marbella public spaces

SUR

Marbella town hall will take ecological measures to control the infestations affecting different plants located along public roads and in parks and gardens across the town. In a bid to stop invasive species such as the palm weevil beetle, the

12:05

Local

Biggest ever drop in unemployment in April

SUR madrid

Data released on Thursday by the Spanish employment ministry showed a record fall in the number of registered unemployed across the country in April. The number of registered unemployed fell in Spain by 129,281 in April to 3,573,036. Compared to

10:38

Local

Severe blow dealt to large drug-trafficking network

M. D. TORTOSA SEVILLE

The National Police have inflicted a major blow to drug traffickers in the Campo de Gibraltar area after arresting 30 members of the notorious ‘Los Castañas’ gang, which has an extensive network of collaborators across Andalucía and Morocco.

10:32

Local

Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior stops off in Malaga

Sur in english

The Rainbow Warrior arrived in Malaga last Friday as part of its trip to 14 ports across eight countries, warning of the worrying rise in temperatures in Malaga and around the world. The Costa's climate gets hotter The boat was open to

10:08

Local

Malaga's mayor confident in tunnel plan

JUAN SOTO.

Alba and architect Salvador Moreno Peralta have estimated a cost of 277 million euros. Funding is expected to come from local administrations and EU help. The project pledges to improve pedestrian connections across Malaga.

16:59

Local

Race against time to prepare beaches for Easter after recent bad weather

A. G. / N. C. MALAGA

The beaches on the Costa del Sol will be ready for Palm Sunday on 9 April, with many municipalities calling for calm as they continue to work in several places on the Costa del Sol after more bad weather last week caused setbacks for councils all ove

12:22

LifeStyle

The Spanish wallflower

Denise Bush Gardening

Erysimum linifolium is commonly called the Spanish wallflower. It is a genus in the Barssicaceae (cabbage) family which has over 180 species. The genus is also known as Cheiranthus. Erysimum linifolium (Alhelí de invierno in Spanish), is native to Sp

11:08

National

UK promises healthcare funding for residents in Spain until end of 2020

IVÁN GELIBTER / R. H.

...were a priority during his meetings with residents' groups in Madrid on Thursday last week. Clarifying that the six-month offer applied across the EU and that special arrangements had not been finalised in some countries, the government said that

15:00

National

UK agrees to increase pensions for Britons in Spain at least until 2023

SUR IN ENGLISH

...held across Spain and the Facebook live sessions that we've carried out for UK nationals, we know that the uprating of pensions is an issue of great concern to many people living here, so I hope that the news will provide reassurance that their pensions

13:41

Local

Foreign residents urged to do their bit to keep census figures current

Jennie Rhodes MALAGA

British people had been removed from the padrón and that 8,093 foreigners in total had been taken off across the whole of Malaga province. As the statistics predate Brexit, there is only anecdotal evidence of British people returning to the UK due to ... works very closely with the local councils across the province in order to collect the information and to help them to ask foreigners to register and renew. The INE chief insists that his team is making sure that town halls keep their registers ... Hall foreigners' departments across the province have reported mixed foreign population fluctuations in recent months. Nerja saw 20 new Britons moving into the town and registering on the padrón in February alone, according to the foreigners'

14:58

Education

The menace of mobiles

Charlotte Way

...facilities across Europe have welcomed interactive devices into the classroom with open arms, others continue to persist in the uphill battle against the technological invasion. France remains staunch in its defence, warring against the storming of ... legislation. Exposure to violent or pornographic images is a threat to young pupils, yet the worry of cyberbullying arguably feels closer to home. Spain has not escaped this fear, and schools across the country have placed strict regulations on the use of ... stringent mobile phone ban. Fraternising with the enemy Nevertheless, despite growing fears, many headteachers across Spain realise the importance of not viewing mobile phones as the enemy, but instead as an ally with powerful potential in the