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13:23

Sport

Al-Thani family agree to testify remotely from Spanish embassy in Doha

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

Legal proceedings against the Al-Thani family, the majority owners of Malaga CF, took a big step forward last week as the family's representatives agreed to answer an investigating judge's questions remotely from their home country of Qatar. Ousted

16:46

Opinion

Payment refused

ANDREW J. LINN

...inconvenience caused is selfish and unlawful. More disturbing is adopting similar tactics to defraud the restaurant owner when he or she is not present. The employees agree between themselves which customers to con and how to split up the illegal loot.

15:07

National

Central government and regions agree to close nightclubs

Daniel Roldán

Spain's Health Minister Salvador Illa has proposed that the country's regional governments close down all nightclubs and disco-bars. The measures were agreed at Friday's interterritorial health system meeting to analyse the pandemic figures in Spai

13:20

Local

Hundreds of girls are at risk of genital mutilation in Malaga province

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN / JUAN CANO

...completely." Dr Sergio Pérez, another member of Médicos del Mundo, agrees. Since 2017, the NGO has seen about 80 women who were subjected to FGM in their countries of origin, "and others have been notified to us by the health service", he says. Nothing can

09:45

Sport

Malaga Femenino crash to third defeat on the bounce

marina rivas

...minutes still on the clock, Malaga pushed hard to get back in the game and Padilla thought she had earned a penalty of her own just moments later when she was brought down by the keeper. The referee, however, didn't agree. Malaga pushed and pushed and

18:55

Sport

Unicaja's players and coach agree to pay cut during the pandemic

JUAN CALDERÓN

The entire Unicaja playing squad and coach Luis Casimiro have agreed to take a pay cut for the duration of the stoppage of the basketball season as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. This followed relatively brief negotiations after the announce

15:04

National

Opening of Spain's borders to tourists in July could be staggered by region

E. MARTÍNEZ / R. HAYNES / EFE

...had not ruled out a staggered reopening of its frontiers, with some regions being able to welcome international visitors before others. She stressed that the Spanish government wanted to agree on the criteria that would allow frontiers to open with

21:18

National

Congreso approves extension of lockdown to 26 April, although restrictions will not end then says PM

SUR

...to normal life from the end of the month would be gradual, and it still wasn't clear how to achieve this. She added that Health ministry officials needed to study test data over the next fortnight to agree the best way to wind up the lockdown. The ... economic crisis. Montero expressed her disappointment at the EU's failure to agree a common rescue package. "We need help from other countries, that's why Europe was constructed," she said. Ministers are also pushing opposition parties to agree a unified ... approach after lockdown in historic cross-party pacts similar to those reached after the end of Franco's dictatorship. So far, parties on the right have been reluctant to agree to the move.

13:50

Local

Local councils agree to control parakeet plague by shooting

Ignacio Lillo

The main local councils affected by the plague of monk parakeets agreed on Friday that the most appropriate, albeit unpopular, way of controlling the population is by shooting them with air rifles. This was established at the meeting on Friday last

13:23

Local

Parents and landowner agree to settle Julen case out of court

Juan Cano / Álvaro Frías

The parents of Julen, the toddler who died after falling down a hole in Totalán near Malaga a year ago, and the owner of the land where the incident occurred, reached an initial agreement to settle the case out of court on Monday. The trial, in whi

14:36

Local

La Cónsula cooks up its new stars

FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ

A prestigious catering college outside Malaga looks set to once again be an incubator for top Michelin-starred chefs. The Junta de Andalucía regional government and Malaga city council have promised to work together to restore the outstanding reputat

17:46

Sport

BlueBay agree to accept Qatari offer if four conditions are met

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

The BlueBay hotel group has agreed to sell their shares in Malaga CF, but only if certain conditions are met. According to a court ruling which Sheikh Al-Thani is appealing, BlueBay is entitled to a 49 per cent stake in the club, and they have agreed

15:00

National

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

SUR IN ENGLISH

The British government has announced that it will continue to uprate the UK State Pension paid to people living in Spain each year for the next three years, whatever happens with Brexit. The UK State Pension has already been uprated in the European

11:58

Local

Compromise reached on delayed plan for northern access road to airport

IGNACIO LILLO

The Junta de Andalucía regional government and the acting national government appear to have reached an agreement over an important aspect of the planned northern access road to Malaga Airport. Local residents and people catching flights from the G

20:02

LifeStyle

'No election has divided America as much as this one'

Ivan Gelibter

...no secret of the fact that he has voted for the Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden. “No election has ever divided us as much as this one,” admits this teacher, who agrees with what analysts have been saying for months: this is the most polarised ... their heads in disagreement. Voting system Political debates apart, something they do all agree on is that their political system is nothing like the one in Spain, which they consider “less interesting”. “In the United States there are people who ... don’t have the same opinion about things even though they are in the same party,” says Sue Seabury who, although she was born in the UK, has been an important member of the American community on the Costa del Sol for many years. Movaldi, who agrees