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11:00

Local

Woman killed in Estepona had been planning to split up with her husband

CHARO MÁRQUEZ / JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...firm run by her parents-in-law. She had left Geoffrey three years ago, but the couple got back together because "he said sorry" explained her friends, who said that she had not told them why they separated. For some time now, however, she had been ... near Ronda. Her family had already been hit by tragedy with the death of her two youngest siblings and her mother died last year. "The family is much-loved in Montejaque. They've suffered a lot," said a friend. Gloria, who had met Geoffrey when she ... went to work on the Costa del Sol in her twenties, had always made an effort to involve her husband in her world although he has been described as "doing little to integrate and hardly speaking at all" when he went with her to the village. Geoffrey,

17:43

Opinion

Conservative to the core

ANDREW J. LINN

...are still the same as they were the week previously, which can be translated as meaning they have almost zero interest in anything innovative or unfamiliar. It has always been said that drinkers in non-wine producing countries are more adventurous, ... faithful to the Muga bodega, he has recently changed his allegiance to another great Rioja producer, Remirez de Ganuza. For him, as he described it, it had been one of the most important emotional decisions of his life - and the truth is that it probably

14:28

Education

Queens British Grammar School is 'Doing it for Laura'

SUR IN ENGLISH

...funded by the NHS. The pupils of Queens British Grammar School have been making toasted sandwiches at school break times on Thursday and Friday and charging two euros per sandwich. In just two days the school raised just under 500 euros. The

11:18

Local

Inquiry ramps up into raw sewage illegally dumped in the sea or rivers by town councils

JUAN CANO / FERNANDO TORRES / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...wipes The Guardia Civil's environmental protection unit, Seprona, has been leading an inquiry since November 2017 into some public officials, initially at Coín and Nerja councils and more recently extending into Alhaurín el Grande. Wipes clog up a ... saying that it isn't their town halls' job to treat waste if the Junta de Andalucía regional government hasn't provided the treatment plants to do it. Fines for polluting For several years, Spain has been fined by the EU for continuing to allow some ... public officials in Nerja and Coín have been questioned by police. The complaint was originally against five local urban areas where waste went untreated, including Estepona and San Pedro, but with a new treatment plant now open at Guadalmansa, near

11:01

Local

Four years for Guardia Civil officer who caused three deaths on the A-7

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

A court in Malaga has sentenced a Guardia Civil officer for causing a fatal accident on the A-7 motorway in June 2017 when he was off duty. In the accident three people died and nine were injured, some seriously, at the point where the Malaga outer

11:52

National

EU agrees to Brexit delay but length depends on May's deal vote

Jennie Rhodes

The leaders of the 27 EU countries agreed on Thursday night to allowing the UK an extension to article 50 to delay its exit from the Union. Theresa was told, however that the UK can have until 22 May to organise legislation if prime minister Theresa

14:38

Local

Belgian investors eyeing up Malaga's old post office

JESÚS HINOJOSA

The Correos building, once Malaga city's main post office, is getting closer to being bought and redeveloped, and it looks like a group of Belgian investors is the most interested so far. However the building has been blighted by a game of pass ... the parcel between different public authorities, and getting it to a stage where it can be bought and turned into a hotel has so far been far from easy. The modern block, on the edge of the city centre near El Corte Inglés, has been an eyesore for ... some time. The Junta de Andalucía, the current owner, needs to arrange a public bidding process in order for anyone to buy it. The building, which has been wrapped in protective netting and suffers from graffiti on its lowest floor, was handed over

16:41

Local

Regional hospitals to start carrying out operations on Saturdays to clear backlog

SUR

...said that initially the regional health service would prioritise those who "have been waiting for the telephone to ring for at least a year", and also the provinces of Almeria, Huelva and Granada "where there are the hospitals with the highest ... there were 71,868 people waiting to be operated on at the end of June last year, however the new PP-Cs government claims that there were 86,147 more people that should have been included on the lists in the Andalucía region.

20:27

Local

'Malagueños' unite for London anti-Brexit march

Jennie Rhodes

“You, the people, must be given the right to vote to remain.” Petition Protesters also spent the day looking at their mobile phones to check on the status of a UK Parliament petition to revoke Article 50, which has now been signed by over five ... However, these appear to have been proven wrong and signatories are said to be largely genuine with 96 per cent coming from the UK, according to UK media sources. Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn received heavy criticism for his absence from the protest, while ... there has been no official reaction from Theresa May to either Saturday’s march or the Article 50 petition. The focus on Monday morning was a cabinet meeting during which ministers were set to agree on whether to hold another meaningful vote on Tuesday.