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16:15

Local

Curfew at 11pm, the 'final nail in the coffin' for the hotel and catering industry

JESÚS HINOJOSA / JUAN SOTO

"They're leaving us to die," was the reaction of Javier Frutos, president of the Malaga association of restaurant and bar owners Mahos, to the 11pm curfew announced by the Spanish government on Sunday. "Let's see how many businesses get through ... leeway given by central government to put the curfew back to 12 midnight which, business owners said, would make a difference between people deciding to go out to dinner or not. When Junta president Juanma Moreno said on Wednesday that the curfew would ... would los SALVADOR SALAS e their evening meal business and said the authority "lacked empathy". The representative also expressed his indignation at the words of regional vice-president, Juan Marín, who said earlier this week that "international

12:36

Local

Glass stands up to attempted ram raid in Malaga shop

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

. The window of a mobile phone shop on the pedestrianised Calle Larios in Malaga was left with significant damage on Wednesday morning after two hooded men rammed the shop front with their vehicle and then hit it with bats. The would-be thieves, ho

11:40

Local

A business involving family clans

A. F. / F. T. / J. C.

Just a few kilometres from the luxury estates where major drug traffickers live are conflictive neighbourhoods where the drugs they import are sold, such as Palma-Palmilla, La Corta and Las Flores, in Malaga city. There, the violence has increased: t

11:15

Local

Getting back to business with SUR in English

March 2020 is a month few will forget. Just as businesses across southern Spain were preparing for spring, as tourism companies were all set for the peak season, boutiques were bringing out their summer collections and restaurants were looking ... forward to full terraces on warm evenings, the shutters came down. What to do How can SUR in English help restart your business? Click here and fill in the form for your business to appear free of charge on our Now Open portal. On 14 March Spain ... declared a state of alarm and strict lockdown restrictions came in force to curb the spread of coronavirus. Unless your business was deemed essential, or a service that could be provided from a distance, Covid-19 sent income plummeting, in many cases to

17:21

LifeStyle

14 August 1598: Seville's Casa de la Lonja opens for business

Debbie Bartlett

...operating in the city increased considerably as a result. As the existing facilities became too small, the traders began using the steps of the cathedral to transact their business because of its proximity to the port, but this had caused conflict with the

19:26

National

Lost wallet containing more than 1,000 euros reunited with owner in Spain

ÁNGEL DE LOS RÍOS

Palencia. The cash was lost by the waitress at around 10pm on Thursday 11 March, on her way her home after the business closed for the day. But it wasn’t until this week, after police investigations confirmed that the woman was the legitimate owner of

14:33

Gibraltar

Flights between Gibraltar and Bilbao scheduled to begin this summer

Debbie Bartlett

...carried more than 30 million passengers across Europe. Gibraltar's Minister for Tourism, Vijay Daryanani, says he is delighted at this new route, and is sure it will be welcomed by the local tourism and business community, as well as people living in

13:07

Local

One of the world's most luxurious megayachts docks in Malaga port

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ / IGNACIO LILLO

...among its most illustrious past guests is the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg. The ship, which was built in 2018 on behalf of New Zealand business tycoon Graeme Hart, is usually berthed in Gibraltar according to the Marine Traffic ship tracking

10:53

Gibraltar

GFSB Business Innovation Award

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar Federation of Small Businesses has announced the opening of applications for next years GFSB Business Innovation Award sponsored by Gibtelecom. The application form can be found on the Awards page at www.gfsb.gi and needs to be

15:24

Local

Permission given to Banús businesses to expand restaurant terraces

Héctor Barbotta

...overall capacity. It has done so by reducing the number of parking spaces available so that space reserved for pedestrians is not reduced either. Management is also allowing some businesses to pay 50 per cent of their usual rent during the state of

11:34

LifeStyle

With Covid engraved on their skin

ignACIO LILLO

On his arm he has a tattoo of a bat carrying planet Earth in a cage, and on his foot a label with the Covid-19 symbol and a date: 7 March 2020. “That’s the day my wife became very ill,” says Sergio Pineda, the owner of a roast chicken business in

15:30

Local

Local authorities make concessions to help local businesses

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...its will waive the tax payable by business owners to occupy public spaces in 2020. This will benefit bars owners who put out their tables and chairs but also firms with information stands, kiosks and market stallholders, saving 1,297 local businesses a

00:10

Opinion

The great confusion

DIEGO CARCEDO

...sure with good criteria, ordered the total closure; others established limits, thinking of the votes of the suffering business owners watching their livelihoods crumble. Many of us now wake up wondering whether our turn for a vaccine will ever come

15:14

LifeStyle

The scent of autumn infuses the streets of Malaga

CRISTINA PINTO

...grandmother's, my father's, my mother's... and now they are gone, I am here," he explains. No doubt each stall could tell a similar story but besides being a business that brings economic benefit, above all it brings many affectionate family memories. ... business since she was born: "My grandmother started up in the 40s or 50s and I have always looked forward to the chestnut season ever since." However, as has become increasingly evident, no sector is immune from the crisis caused by the pandemic. The ... businesses, full of family tradition, successful again.

18:02

Local

Municipal borders to close in Andalucía from Tuesday, with curfew brought forward to 10pm

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

...activity. The borders of Andalucía with other Spanish regions will also remain closed as they have been for the last ten days. All non-essential activity and businesses will have to close at 6pm across the region. This includes bars and restaurants. This ... is valid for all the provinces of Andalucía, except Granada, currently with the worst Covid-19 figures, where all non-essential business will have to close all day from Tuesday. The night curfew will be brought forward to 10pm and extended to 7am

14:24

Local

Clients try to help businesses by buying drinks in advance

JUAN SOTO

...help those who run the establishments. The people behind it explain that the aim is to put the businesses in contact with their clients so they can buy their drinks now and consume them when the business reopens. It will mean that " the bars will have ... the cash to be able to carry on when the crisis is over". The other project was set up by the platform El Tenedor (The Fork) and it works in a similar fashion: The client buys a voucher for between 10 and 250 euros and the business receives that

21:37

Local

Road tax can cost double depending on the municipality where a vehicle is registered

Francisco Jiménez

...answer is simple. It is all to do with the rate of vehicle tax (IVTM) charged by each council. Businesses with large fleets of vehicles, such as transport and car hire companies, can make considerable savings by registering them in these villages even ... government liquidity fund to reduce its debt. These differences affect residents and, to a lesser extent, people who have moved elsewhere but whose vehicle documention still shows the old address. However, some of the main beneficiaries are businesses

15:45

LifeStyle

The Directory: Destination weddings

Andrew Forbes

...experience of multi-faith and symbolic weddings and ceremonies. The Business of Weddings Following the success of Reviva Weddings, in 2019 Laura Charles established The Business of Weddings, offering professional coaching and transformation services to