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22:11

Local

Two bids received to build the new San Andrés marina in Malaga city

IGNACIO LILLO

Two firms are interested in building the proposed marina with 500 to 600 berths in the San Andrés area, at the mouth of the Guadalmedina river in Malaga city, and managing it for 50 years. Both are joint venture companies: one is formed by Marina

10:46

Gibraltar

Gibraltar bids farewell to HMS Queen Elizabeth

Debbie Bartlett

The Royal Navy's newest aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, spent last weekend in port on her first-ever visit to Gibraltar. The 1,000-strong crew took time out to explore the Rock and take part in local events. The ship, captained by Commandin

13:55

Local

Benalmádena to dredge sand and silt from port

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Over the next few weeks, Benalmádena council will ask for quotes from companies to remove more than 40,000 cubic metres of sand and silt from Puerto Marina, a project that has been at a standstill since 2009. A report published last May warned that t

17:35

Sport

Still no progress on the Malaga Academy after two years at a standstill

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...private tender process to attract bids to complete works for a fraction of the price quoted by original constructors Bilba. The completion of the Academy is much-needed for Malaga's youth teams who are currently playing at various locations around the

10:50

Local

Contract dispute goes on and CAC stays closed

F. GRIÑÁN.

Malaga city's Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) remains closed to the public as firms dispute the awarding of the contract to run the gallery for the next four years. Three firms whose bids were rejected have formally appealed the city hall's

12:36

Local

Five firms bid for new low-cost high-speed rail services to Madrid as tracks are due to open up

IGNACIO LILLO

Five operators have put in bids to run low-cost rail services on the high-speed tracks from Malaga to Madrid from 2021, the railway infrastructure authority Adif said last week, after bids closed. These are in addition to the state operator, Renfe ... from trainmaker Talgo and Globalia, current owners of Air Europa; and separate bids from Globalvía and Eco rail. The bidders' names haven't been officially announced and other groups like Avanza or Britain's Virgin may enter consortia later, it was