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13:13

Local

Date set for illegal houses to be torn down in Vélez-Málaga

Eugenio cabezas/Jennie rhodes.

Vélez-Málaga town hall has confirmed that two houses built on land not intended for development in the Mano Hierro area near Los Puertas, a hamlet belonging to Vélez-Málaga, will be demolished on Monday 15 January. The decision is based on a 2012

11:53

Local

No final plan for slums one year after decision

Augustín Peláez

A year after Vélez-Málaga town hall and the Junta de Andalucía announced plans to demolish the slum at the entrance to Torre del Mar on the N340, Mayor Antonio Ferrer has been forced to admit that the final plans, which included rehousing the 30 fami

11:31

Local

Agreement reached over convent purchase price

SUR

Mayor of Vélez-Málaga, Antonio Moreno, announced on Tuesday that a purchase price agreement of 800,000 euros has been reached with Unicaja to buy Las Claras. The final decision now lies with the Junta de Andalucía as to whether the town hall will be

14:28

Local

Council to appeal order to demolish aparthotel

SUR

The mayor of Benalmádena is to appeal a court order to demolish an aparthotel next to Torremuelle train station. The court has said that the property was built based on an illegal planning decision by then mayor, Enrique Bolín, back in 2001.

12:10

Sport

“Quitting would be the easy option”

Daryl Finch

Malaga head coach Míchel told reporters at his post-match press conference that “quitting would be the easy option”. He added: “My superiors are the ones who have to take that decision and if they don't, it's because they see things differently.”

12:47

Local

Controversy over the decision to hold illegal immigrants in the unopened Archidona prison

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / FERNANDO TORRES

A row has broken out between the interior ministry, lawyers and NGOs over the decision to hold nearly 500 illegal immigrants in the new Archidona prison in inland Malaga province, which is due to open in January. According to Spanish law, migrants ... Jesús Maetzu, who said he was surprised and concerned by the government's decision. The Junta de Andalucía has warned that a jail is not a suitable place for immigrants and the PSOE and Unidos Podemos political parties have described the move as

12:54

Local

Anger over Fuengirola's history museum that only has one room

Ivan Gelibter

Opposition politicians in Fuengirola have criticised the council for “neglect” of the town's historical legacy by shutting down parts of the local museum. The Museo de la Ciudad, near Bioparc, has just one exhibition room currently open, despite a

11:07

Gibraltar

35th anniversary of the reopening of the border

Debbie Bartlett

...until 1982 that the Spanish government, led by the PSOE socialist party, took the decision to reopen the border. This was described as a 'humanitarian gesture', although it was closely linked to Spain's desire to join the EEC, which it did in 1986. The