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14:44

LifeStyle

Biggest turnout yet for Marbella Irish festival

Ash Bolton

biggest yet in its three-year history. One of the organisers, Colm Fitzpatrick, 32, who is originally from Cork, Ireland, and has lived in San Pedro since January 2017, told SUR in English: "It was huge and we had more people than expected. "On Friday

17:38

Local

Andalucía, ready to test the British water

Pilar Martínez

The World Travel Market (WTM) in London has always been important for Andalusian tourism and this year's event, which takes place from 4 to 8 November, will be especially so. The tourism sector in Andalucía knows that this WTM will be a type of litmu

18:15

LifeStyle

Prizes dished out at Marbella film festival

Ash Bolton

Organisers are celebrating after staging the biggest Marbella International Film Festival to date. Now in its 14th year the event saw a number of films sold out during their world premieres. THE WINNERS Best Shorter Short Film. Angel. Best Short ... expanding each year. This has been the biggest festival yet." Mac added that he is now planning some "big projects" for next year's film festival to build on the success of this year's event. However, he remained tight-lipped on the developments as they

12:43

National

The cost of renting a home has increased by over 50% in five years

EDURNE MARTÍNEZ

The Spanish central bank, Banco de España, has warned that rental prices in Spain are spiralling higher, with a 50% increase between the last quarter of 2013 and May this year, a period of five years and five months. This compares with a much lower r

18:57

Opinion

Climate show

IGNACIO LILLO

If someone who knows nothing about us, let's say an alien from a galaxy a million light years away, heard the speeches made by our leaders, they would think that this is the most ecological country with the biggest commitment to fighting climate

12:12

National

Police bust Spain's biggest speed lab

SUR

Fourteen have been arrested in a police operation that has led to the discovery of Spain's biggest producer of the drug speed. The main laboratory was located in a small village in Navarra and further 20 raids were carried out in Navarra, Madrid,

15:55

Local

Malaga's famous Christmas light tunnel to move to Liverpool

Daryl Finch

It quickly became one of the biggest attractions of the city. Visitors came from far and wide to admire the Christmas light show on Malaga's Calle Larios during the last three years but this time, the city's Events councillor Teresa Porras must find

10:56

Local

The biggest Christmas fair for children

JUAN SOTO

Raúl Marcos is a regular visitor to the MIMA. He always gets very excited as Christmas approaches, not just about the end of term or the thought of the gifts the Three Kings might bring him, but because of the visit he and his cousins make to this le

12:46

Local

The Titanic to dock in the city's port for the summer

JUAN SOTO

An impressive Lego exhibition will soon be settling in Malaga for the summer. The showcase, which is the biggest of its kind in Europe, will be taking over the corner of the Muelle Uno marina area, after the departure of the Artsenal centre. The

16:45

Local

Marbella's Palacio de Congresos to undergo biggest refit in years

Mónica Pérez

The Palacio de Congresos in Marbella is set to undergo its biggest refurbishment in a number of years with the aim of attracting more and larger events to the town. The town hall hopes to carry out a number of works (including fixing the leaky

13:36

Local

Banús foreign tourists are second biggest spenders in Spanish shops

SUR

The Costa del Sol is full of tourists spending their money. With the warm weather and endless places to shop, the Costa attracts many tourists eager to take advantage of the shopping. According to a report prepared by Spain's Ostelea tourism schoo

11:51

LifeStyle

From private hideaway to luxury resort

debbie bartlett

There is a very peaceful air about Sotogrande. Elegant houses sit amid lush green gardens, where there are glimpses of clear blue swimming pools; the tree-lined avenues are quiet and well-maintained; there are gated communities with security guards a

16:12

What to do

Noche en Blanco: Museums, monuments and music late into the night

REGINA SOTORRÍO

The biggest cultural event of the year, the city-wide La Noche En Blanco, will this Saturday include 182 activities, workshops and concerts, many of them at Malaga's museums and monuments. The majority are free but some of them need prior booking

11:29

Local

Will Thomas Cook's demise affect the Costa del Sol in the long term?

Pilar Martínez

Francisco Salado, head of Turismo Costa del Sol. "It's worrying for tourism in general because it is one of the biggest tour operators in the world but also for the British market, especially with the uncertainty over Brexit." José Carlos Escribano,

15:08

Gibraltar

Gilbraltar's biggest Christmas Lottery so far

Debbie Bartlett

It may only be July but the government has announced that this year's Christmas Draw will be the biggest yet. It will take place on Tuesday 18 December at 7:30pm. The 100,000 tickets, on sale now, will cost £20 per full ticket, and the top prize

11:09

LifeStyle

"Obesity is the biggest public health problem in the Western world"

Ángel Escalera

Obesity is a type of plague which has been spreading inexorably through Western countries to such an extent that it has now become the most important public health problem, says the president of the Spanish society for the study of obesity (SEEDO), F

12:14

Local

Airport passengers up 8% in November

Pilar Martínez

Data published on Wednesday said that, compared to 2017, 8 per cent more people passed through last month, reaching 1.1 million monthly passengers. Passengers to and from Spain grew 10.2 per cent and international users by 7.7 per cent.

19:07

Sport

Malaga Feminino still without elusive win

marina rivas

...only by refereeing decisions, but also by Pozoalbense keeper Sheila. María Ruiz was Malaga's biggest threat in the first half, skimming the crossbar with an early effort, before drawing a majestic save from Sheila just before the interval. Adriana

13:04

Local

Francisco Delgado: "Equal pay is our greatest challenge for the future"

fernando torres

The Partido Popular representative Francisco Delgado has been at the head of the Provincial Fire Consortium since 2015, the start of the PP's second mandate at the Diputación, the Malaga provincial government. Since then, he says, the organisation ha

12:50

Local

Parque de la Constitución auditorium ready to reopen

sur

Closed for three years because of safety problems, the auditorium in Parque La Concepción, the biggest in Marbella, is finally ready to open its doors once again. The space has seating for 700 people and is going to be inaugurated in May with

11:57

LifeStyle

More than 200 entries in Miraflores Open

sur

The Miraflores Open, the biggest lawn bowls event of its kind on the Costa del Sol, brought together 200 participants. The triples competition was won by Mike and Mary Detheridge and Malcolm Greenwood, while the doubles champions were Alan

11:34

LifeStyle

Imbroda's biggest challenge yet

SUSANA ZAMORA

He was always reluctant to go to the doctor. He went for three years without ever consulting his GP and had no check-ups, not even a blood or urine test. “What for?” he would ask. He always felt well and never took any medication, not even during t

17:44

LifeStyle

25 January 2016: The day the earth moved

Rachel Haynes

If you were in the Malaga area exactly three years ago today and thought the earth moved - that's because it did. It was 5.22am on a Monday morning when people were woken by an earthquake of magnitude 6.3, the biggest to hit the area in more than

11:38

Local

Biggest hashish trafficker in Europe is arrested in Campo de Gibraltar

EFE

National Police have dealt a major blow to the drugs trade in the Campo de Gibraltar this week with the arrest of Antonio Tejón, known as 'El Castaña', in La Línea de la Concepción. Tejón was one of the most wanted criminals in Spain and is said to b

11:29

Local

Thomas Cook collapse causes widespread disruption in Spain and affects 15 Costa hotels

Pilar Martínez

...them has been left without a flight home as the operator stopped using Malaga Airport two years ago and its holidaymakers travelled with different airlines. The biggest concern on the Costa is the around two-million-euro debt which is now owed to ... hotels. According to the Costa del Sol hoteliers' association, Thomas Cook sent customers to 15 hotels in the province of Malaga, the biggest part of them belonging to the MS group in Torremolinos. Almeria The only airport to be affected in Andalucía

12:42

National

Malaga wins its biggest lottery prize

SUR

128.8 million euros were won by people in Malaga, the biggest El Gordo prize in the city's history. It is five years since a first prize in the Christmas Lottery was won in Malaga, and the winners had to wait until 11.55am before the two children from ... décimo - 400,000 euros - the same amount as the office number 40 in La Luz district. As well as the first prize, four of the fifth prizes totalling 114,000 euros were also won in different places in Malaga province. The biggest win, 60,000 euros, was

08:29

Sport

Christian Jongeneel: "It was a battle against the ocean"

JUAN CALDERÓN

...me to keep close to them, but several times I came up against the anti-shark device, some black bands which hung below the kayak and it was like being lashed," he explained. It was a real odyssey, despite it not being the biggest challenge he has

12:20

Sport

Malaga's En-Nesyri leaves his mark on the biggest stage of all

SERGIO CORTÉS

While much of the talk has surrounded Fernando Hierro and Isco's links to the local area, until now one man has gone almost completely under the radar: Malaga striker Youssef En-Nesyri. The Moroccan, who only received a late call-up, nearly became

15:40

Local

Six-million-euro expansion planned for El Ingenio shopping centre

agustín peláez

Salsa Imobiliaria, the company which owns the El Ingenio shopping centre in Vélez-Málaga, has announced plans for a major refit and expansion of the existing building. The project to modernise the Axarquía's biggest commercial centre will be the ... currently "the Axarquía's biggest private employer," providing jobs to 700 people directly and a further 500 indirectly. He added that the modernisation project will create 120 new jobs. Galdeano also stated that half of all visitors to El Ingenio come