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15:58

LifeStyle

11 September 1714: Catalonia's National Day, with a chequered past

Debbie Bartlett

...were demonstrations during which police officers and protestors were injured, it was banned by the Primo de Rivera dictatorship. During the Second Spanish Republic (1931-1939), the celebrations began to be held again and the government of Catalonia,

13:32

Local

Notable increase in wet wipes in Malaga's sewage systems since lockdown began

Francisco JIMÉNEZ

Sewage plant operators in Malaga province have reported an increase in wet wipes present in waste water systems since the coronavirus crisis began. Malaga's provincial authority, the Diputación, which manages a number of sewage plants in smaller ... towns in inland Malaga through a consortium, has reported a "notable increase" since the lockdown began in mid-March. Unlike toilet paper, which decomposes in a matter of hours, wet wipes take up to two weeks to biodegrade. They are one of the main

12:55

Gibraltar

Parliament House in Gibraltar to be restored

Debbie Bartlett

Parliament House in Main Street Gibraltar, which was built in 1817, is to be restored to its former glory, including taking back the commercial premises on the ground floor and returning them to their original use. The building began as the

19:32

Local

Marbella's official language school set to be ready by next term

Héctor Barbotta

began in November last year and were funded by assets seized from Juan Antonio Roca, mastermind of Marbella's huge town-planning corruption scandal. The school, which has 12 classrooms, is already 95 per cent complete and will be furnished by the Junta

14:06

Local

The nightmare of dealing with red tape in a pandemic

NURIA TRIGUERO

Administration in Spain. Anyone who has had to deal with the State (in any of its forms) since the pandemic began will know: you need patience and determination to carry out bureaucratic processes these days. If you phone, the lines are constantly busy or not

11:08

Gibraltar

Gibraltar border reopens to official residents on both sides

Debbie Bartlett

Official residents of Gibraltar and Spain are now able to cross the border again, following direct contact between the chief minister of Gibraltar, Fabian Picardo, and the Spanish Interior Minister, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, as announced by the Gibra