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16:32

Sport

Deal agreed with Wolfsburg for Ignacio Camacho departure

Daryl Finch

His name has never been far from the gossip columns, but now Ignacio Camacho is set to leave Malaga for good, with German side Wolfsburg agreeing a deal with both player and club. A 13-million-euro offer has been accepted by the Costa side, who wil

13:40

Local

Government agrees to study La Cala de Mijas breakwater plan

Ivan Gelibter la cala de mijas

Central government has agreed to take charge of the plan to build a breakwater on El Bombo beach in La Cala de Mijas. Local politicians have been calling for the structure to be built for some time as they believe it will capture sand and help prev

14:33

Local

Judge agrees to relook at elements of Lucía's death after requests

J.C. / J.S.

The investigating judge in the case of toddler Lucía Vivar, who disappeared from Pizarra railway station on 26 July and was found dead next morning on rail tracks, has agreed to relook at elements of the case at the request of her parents. The Gua

14:36

Travel

A taste for travel

Andrew Forbes

...creamy Whip the egg whites, adding sugar little by little. When it reaches a foamy crème, put the meringue into a pastry bag and form small meringues. Bake at 120 degrees for 2 hours. ¡Buon appetito! Festive tipple I’m sure you’ll agree that this

13:37

National

Airport unions agree to give the authorities more time to negotiate

david valera

Airport workers' unions have given the government extra time to negotiate salary and staff increases before officially confirming the series of 25 strikes which are due to start at all Spanish airports on 15 September. The UGT, CC OO and USO union

10:59

Local

Town halls unable to agree 2017 budgets due to internal conflicts

Eugenio Cabezas MALAGA

Three out of the four biggest Axarquía town halls have failed to sign off this year’s budgets, despite being at the end of the first quarter. Councillors at Nerja, Torrox and Rincón de la Victoria town halls have been unable to reach agreements ove

12:27

Local

New hospital to get mains power by year’s end

F. JIMÉNEZ. guadalhorce valley

The new Guadalhorce Valley hospital is set to get its long-awaited connection to mains power by the end of the year after the provincial government agreed to pay the 500,000 euros for the 1.7-kilometre-long power lines. This will allow the hospital

11:03

Local

Alsa agrees to fund Vélez-Málaga tram project deficit

A. P.

According to Vélez-Málaga's councillor for Transport, Marcelino Méndez-Trelles, Alsa, which runs the bus service between the Axarquía and Malaga and local bus services in the area, is prepared to pay the 1.5 million euros needed to repair damage to t

12:03

Local

Seven town halls set to get payouts for 2015 flood repairs

francisco jiménez malaga

The heavy rains that hit the province in autumn 2015 caused widespread damage: road subsidence that cut off villages, broken piping and flooded facilities to list just some. After the downpours central government rushed to commit extra funding to t

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

12:56

National

Catalonia invites PM to negotiate independence

EFE barcelona

The president of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, has sent a letter to Spanish prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, formally inviting the national government to begin talks over the independence of Catalonia. The regional government says in the letter that it

12:42

National

Rajoy supports a multi-speed Europe to encourage further integration

ADOLFO LORENTE BRUSSELS

Brexit. Rajoy, who stressed that he wants greater and better European integration, agrees with the three other leaders that this type of Europe would be possible if there were stronger cooperation from several other countries. This was the first time ... their arguments for a Europe which functions at more than one speed. "I agree with what we have just heard. Spain is prepared to go further towards European integration, with all those who want to work towards that," he stressed. Uncertainties

16:21

Local

Benalmádena and Estepona shops' tourist- trading permits renewed

A.G. / L.P. Malaga

Two of the Costa's main beach resorts can continue to open their shops for business on Sundays and holidays during the summer and over Easter. The Junta de Andalucía has agreed to Estepona's and Benalmádena's requests to renew the special permits tha

14:38

National

Left-wing parties get ready to debate which direction to take

SUR Madrid

Íñigo Errejón, have so far been unable to agree a common position for the conference, with Iglesias' supporters favouring a more confrontational organisation and closer ties with Izquierda Unida, and Errejón arguing for a more cautious, parliamentary

15:06

Local

'Urbanisations': a question of numbers and rights

Ivan Gelibter mijas

It is difficult to know exactly how many people in Malaga province live in an 'urbanización', the Spanish word used for residential developments that can range from a simple apartment complex to vast estates covering various hectares. In recent ye

15:07

LifeStyle

The unstoppable rise of the humble mollete

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...seductive shrimp pilpil with extra virgin olive oil soaking into the bread. Everyone agrees that molletes benefit from adding oil or by having greasy fillings. José Simón, commercial director of La Dehesa de los Monteros and member of the Academia

19:37

Local

San Pedro councillors threaten to bring down Marbella's mayor

Héctor Barbotta

...generated every time a vote needs to be made, reminding the mayor that they only agreed to go into the coalition deal for two years. Angela Muñoz’s PP have offered concessions, if OSP agrees to give them back their majority, that would see more council