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10:53

Local

Malaga Port has received 80 per cent fewer migrants so far this year

FERNANDO TORRES

A recent analysis of migratory movements in the western Mediterranean shows that there has been a "very significant" drop so far this year. Causes Why has there been a reduction in the arrival of migrants to the western Mediterranean this year?

12:18

National

Six in every ten vehicles on Spanish roads are over ten years old

SUR

The gradual increase in the average age of vehicles on Spanish roads, complete with added safety and pollution risks, is one of the biggest problems facing the automotive sector. In 2018 there were 2.7 per cent more vehicles on Spanish roads than a y

13:18

National

Extremadura boasts its own Stonehenge

MIGUEL ÁNGEL MARCOS

...dropped far enough to leave the dolmen in full view. Formed by 140 stones standing in a circle, the monument has been compared to the famous Stonehenge in the south of England. The surfacing of this 5000-year-old wonder has sparked a debate. Some are in

12:19

Local

September statistics show decline in hotel stays compared with 2017

Pilar Martínez

According to statistics released this week by Spain's national statistics office, Andalucía beat previous years' records in terms of visitor numbers this summer, while the Costa del Sol saw a decline in the number of visitors this September compared ... in the hotel business this year compared to 2017 along the Costa del Sol. Despite the overall drop in numbers in Malaga province, the Marbella tourism delegation responded to the figures saying that they had experienced a 2.9 per cent increase in

18:12

Local

Tourists spent a total of 352 million euros in Andalucía in Easter week

Pilar Martínez

...euros. There were 768,000 tourists, an increase of 1.2 per cent compared with Easter last year. For the Junta de Andalucía, the number of tourists was the third best data in the past decade. Tourism minister Juan Marín said the figures showed that “we

13:14

Local

The number of women victims of gender violence supported in the local area is on the up

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...year, compared with the same period in 2018. Assistance. The assistance is provided on three levels: emergency centres, shelters and apartments. In Malaga the IAM has 12 apartments with 40 bedrooms and 90 beds. Grants. The Junta de Andalucía has ... from gender violence, which is an increase of 28 per cent compared with the same period last year. Budget for women's information centres has risen to nearly 13 million In Malaga province there were 52 cases between January and March, including ... women and their young children, compared with 45 in the first three months of 2018. That is an increase of 13.4 per cent. "We cannot close our eyes to what is happening," says Mercedes Sánchez Vico. She says there is a need to educate people equally

10:26

Local

Parking fines reach their peak on the Costa del Sol

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...we mostly focus on those who are blocking traffic flow," said one officer from Marbella. Even so, in July, 2,115 parking fines were issued in the town, compared with the average of 1,200 a month in low season. No room to park If every bit of ... parking, and once again the number increased in the summer months. In August last year 913 drivers were fined, compared with the normal average of 400. Eastern coast In La Axarquía the greatest parking problems in the summer tend to occur in the bigger

10:31

Gibraltar

Increased energy efficiency on the Rock

Debbie Bartlett

Despite all the Christmas lights in Gibraltar over the festive season, energy consumption in the town area fell by 24.7 per cent last year, compared with 2017. The Christmas illuminations now use LEDs and their consumption is 72.39 per cent lower