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11:29

Local

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

Pilar Martínez

While there are few immediate consequences for the Costa del Sol, the collapse of Thomas Cook, an operator which brings seven million visitors to Spain every year, is nonetheless a concern for the tourism industry. "This is really bad news," said

11:29

Local

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

Pilar Martínez

The UK government is making arrangements to repatriate thousands of holidaymakers trapped in Spain following the collapse of holiday giant Thomas Cook early on Monday morning. The company, which brings seven million visitors to Spain every year, ... ago, the company's demise is thought to have caught around 750 customers on holiday on the Costa del Sol. Unlike travellers elsewhere in Spain, those on the Costa del Sol at the time of the company's collapse have been virtually unaffected. None of

16:50

National

300-million-euro plan launched on Spain's islands to smooth the effects of the Thomas Cook crash

JOSÉ MARÍA CAMARERO / PILAR MARTÍNEZ

The government is due to approve today, 11 October, a 300-million-euro package of emergency measures to soften the effects of the collapse of Thomas Cook on the country's tourism industry. The Balearics and the Canaries were especially reliant on ... the winter months for new flights that are laid on after the Thomas Cook collapse, as well as financial credits and a reduction in social security quotas paid. Flights between the islands and the Spanish mainland will also be subsidised more than now.

14:57

Sport

Fan unease intensifies with protests staged outside La Rosaleda

Pedro Luis ALONSO

Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani. Frustrated by developments at the club, especially since relegation last summer, supporters' groups called the protest "against the terrible management and collapse of Malaga CF at the hands of president Al-Thani".

11:22

Local

Policeman saves woman choking on a grape

C. M.

A Local Police officer in Marbella saved a women who almost choked to death at the town's market on Tuesday. Having received a radio call, he rode his motorcycle to where the woman was being treated for what was thought to be a collapse. "But

11:41

Local

Gibralfaro castle wall part collapses

Jesús Hinojosa

The heavy rain on the Costa this autumn has taken its toll on the historic walls of the Gibralfaro, the castle on the top of the highest of the two hills in the centre of Malaga. An interior-facing section of the north wall, on the opposite side f

15:43

National

European governments start repatriation of tens of thousands of Thomas Cook customers in Spain

SUR / Miguel Cárceles

The UK government is making arrangements to repatriate thousands of holidaymakers trapped in Spain following the collapse of holiday giant Thomas Cook early on Monday morning. The Thomas Cook crisis has affected some 600,000 tourists stranded ... trading on Monday morning, mainly in resorts in Roquetas del Mar and Mojácar, among other destinations. Costa del Sol The collapse of Thomas Cook is thought to have caught between 500 and 1,000 of the customers on holiday on the Costa del Sol. None of

11:25

National

One dead and 11 injured as Ritz Hotel scaffolding collapses

M. BALÍN

Improvement works being carried out at the Ritz Hotel in Madrid have been marked by tragedy as one worker died and 11 were injured, two of them seriously, when five floors of scaffolding collapsed and crashed into the courtyard, taking part of the st

09:44

What to do

Picasso and Calder leap into empty space in Malaga

Antonio Javier López

...capable of transmitting basic orders from the brain to the rest of the body. Without that space, everything would fail. The body would collapse. Life would stop. And the importance of this space (and its absence) features in the new exhibition at the