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10:34

Local

Businesses lay off staff in Benaoján due to listeriosis crisis

VANESSA MELGAR / SUR

Businesses in the meat industry in Benaoján are laying off staff due to the listeriosis crisis. The largest in the area, Icarben S.L., laid off six employees this week and reduced the working hours of six more. The listeriosis was first

16:34

Local

Crisis in Costa fishing fleet as Asian seaweed invasion spreads

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

"We can't work; if it carries on like this we won't be able to eat," explains a Costa fisherman who can't leave port as all he is catching is a dense green seaweed. For months, boats using smaller nets in shallower water off Estepona and Marbella hav

10:55

LifeStyle

A timely excuse to celebrate a local writer in Malaga

Jennie Rhodes

...recognised for his writing and influence on Hispanic culture. In 1919, at the age of 62, Rueda returned to Malaga. He had spent a number of years living in Alicante after the death of his mother, which is said to have provoked a "personal crisis" for the

14:39

Local

The Venezuelan crisis, suffered from 7,000 kilometres away

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Muguerza, moved to Torremolinos. Official figures show 2,851 Venezuelans living in Malaga last year. Twenty years ago, there were 190. They have been watching the crisis in Venezuela, submerged in hyperinflation and poverty, from a distance of 7,000 ... regime, but they differ about the best way out of the crisis. They do, however, agree that society in their own country is completely divided in two, and that it is going to take decades for that deep wound to heal.

11:18

National

Job creation shows signs of slowing in Spain with poor August data

LUCÍA PALACIOS

...drop has been the biggest since 2008 at the start of the world financial crisis. In August, an average of 6,870 fewer people a day were paying Social Security contributions, says the government data, a total of 212,984 fewer people in work than in July.

19:02

Opinion

Crisis? What crisis?

Mark Nayler

...expansion is likely to be 0.8%; if that statistic proves true, the Spanish economy will have grown at the same rate as it did in the third quarter, despite the Catalonian crisis that has dominated the last three months of this year. Another figure that

13:04

National

"Rumours make Ebola even worse"

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...important to explain to people what we are doing and listen to their complaints and suggestions. In this crisis, rumours cause a lot of damage. There has been an armed conflict for the past 20 years and people don't trust the authorities. They think Ebola

09:11

Sport

Malaga fans turn out in numbers to demand Sheikh Al-Thani's departure

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO / SERGIO CORTÉS

...club's directors, have attracted strong criticism most recently as a result of their role, and subsequent silence, over the serious sporting crisis which is developing at the club following a disastrous summer transfer window. Star summer signing Shiji

10:13

Local

Local towns on the Costa del Sol fail green-space test

PILAR R. QUIRÓS

...economic crisis put paid to plans to increase the green zones in many Spanish cities and towns, partly due to a lack of funds and also because it is not enough simply to create these garden areas. Trees and plants are living beings and have to be maintained

15:05

Local

British resident figures go up in Marbella for the first time in years

Mónica Pérez

...population rose to just under 150,000, after a further 2,000 people added their names to the register. Of those, 1,887 were foreigners. Although many residents left during the economic crisis, this is still the second largest foreign community in Marbella.