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13:14

Local

Pets allowed on beaches after end of high season

Ivan Gelibter

Pets are now allowed back onto the beaches in Mijas, the Beaches department has confirmed, after the end of the high season. This falls in line with the bylaw approved in 2014 which allows beach users to take their pets outside of high season,

11:06

Local

Marbella council starts 'bare chest' bylaw process

Nieves Castro

After collecting suggestions and comments, Marbella council will vote today on the first stage of approving a new set of bylaws to control unruly behaviour on the resort's streets. As reported in SUR in English, the proposals include regulating par

20:04

Local

Marbella council initiates clamp down on use of electric scooters

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...a full bylaw being approved in September. The order makes it clear that these types of vehicles cannot be used on pavements, roads, hard shoulders, parks or squares. Electric scooters or similar can only be used on cycle lanes, paths used by bikes,

16:04

Local

Marbella bus service will be free for residents from 2019

Nieves Castro

Residents who are registered on Marbella's local population census (padrón) will travel free of charge on the town's local bus service, without exception, when a new bylaw comes into force in 2019. The revised regulations that detail the rights

14:20

Local

Nerja likely to charge residents to marry

Eugenio Cabezas

Nerja town hall has published the draft version of a new bylaw on its website which will require residents who have been on the town hall census (Padrón) for more than four years to pay up to 150 euros for a civil wedding. Currently only couples

12:00

Local

Animal rights group accuses town hall of apathy towards abuse

F. TORRES.

Guadalmedina river. The town hall says that it is “doing all it can” and “calls an animal association when a case is reported”. LADRAM says it has offered to write a new bylaw but that the council has so far not responded.

15:46

Local

Third Axarquía town set to introduce fines for ‘beach hoggers’

Eugenio Cabezas NERJA

...suspected ‘beach hoggers.’ Nerja councillor for beaches, Cristina Fernández, told SUR on Tuesday: “It is inconceivable that in a tourist town like Nerja a beach bylaw still doesn’t exist.” Fernández added that such a document “exists in many Andalusian