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12:31

Local

Second phase of town centre pedestrianisation approved

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...put out to tender. Apart from the main work on the Plaza Costa del Sol, a small new square will be created in front of the run-down Maria Barrabino mansion. The work is expected to be ready by December this year.

15:22

Opinion

Silly season

Jennie Rhodes

...elections to look forward to. Another four years of Trump's tweets or will America wake up and say 'enough is enough'? As for the Brits in Spain and the rest of the EU, as well as our fellow EU citizens in the UK, the end really is nigh. On 31 December

17:55

Local

Axarquía growers start to feel effects of drought

ÁGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

The Axarquía really started to feel the effects of the drought last week when around 10 communities of growers had their water supply cut off. Restrictions were established at the beginning of December, meaning that growers of crops such as mangoes

17:51

Local

Cudeca prepares to Light a Light

SUR in English

Cudeca Hospice is holding its traditional Christmas “Light a Light” event in memory of loved ones on Friday 15 December from 6pm. The celebration includes the traditional lighting of the festive lights that decorate the Cudeca Hospice Centre in

19:02

Gibraltar

Gibraltar hopes for ambitious EU relationship post-Brexit

Debbie Bartlett

...the transition period on 31 December. In a press release issued after the meeting, Dr Garcia stressed that this does not mean that the Gibraltar government is not expecting an agreement to be reached, but it has a duty to prepare for different

11:44

LifeStyle

The first Feast of the Immaculate Conception in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

Today, 8 December, is the second of two public holidays in Spain in early December. The first is 6 December, or Constitution Day (Día de la Constitución) which marks 6 December 1978 when the new constitution was approved following the end of the ... Christ. Christians and especially Catholics believe that on 8 December, Saint Anne, the Virgin Mary's mother, became pregnant with Mary through natural means. According to the New Testament, God chose Mary from the moment of her conception to be the ... event. Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception has been the patron saint of Guaro in Malaga since 1854 and every year on 7 and 8 of December there are processions through the town and other religious acts. There are also processions in Arroyo de la

12:09

What to do

Remembering Camarón

Tony Bryant

...outpouring of grief that smothered Spain back in July of 1992. Torremolinos is set to host the latest homage to Camarón de la Isla on Saturday 9 December. An array of flamenco musicians will participate in a grand flamenco extravaganza that will take place

12:10

Local

Primark store finally set to open in La Cañada shopping centre next year

Charo MÁRQUEZ

...rejected as it didn't comply with the town master plan (PGOU). This decision was upheld in the courts before the council approved a modification to the planning rules in December 2018 which allowed for changes that didn't modify the building's exterior.

14:08

Local

Torremolinos begins second phase of central pedestrianisation project

Ivan Gelibter

The second phase of the transformation of central Torremolinos is well under way and during a visit to the works on Wednesday, the town's mayor, José Ortiz, announced that the new Plaza Costa del Sol would be complete by December. Ortiz described ... Cauce. Next, in September and October, work will take place between Calle Cruz and Calle Hoyo, up to Avenida Los Manantiales. The final stage, which will be completed in December, will be in the centre, from Calle Cauce to Avenida Los Manantiales, in

13:01

National

Guidelines aim to explain lengthy EU and UK Brexit negotiations

Jennie Rhodes

The organisation British in Europe has published guidelines explaining how the agreement reached by the UK government and the EU negotiators, following the first round of Brexit negotiations, which concluded in December 2017, affects Britons living ... in other EU countries. “Where does the December agreement leave me?” (www.britishineurope.org) picks out the most relevant areas of the paper and explains what was agreed in clearer terms than the terminology used in the original document. The