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10:50

LifeStyle

Foundation gives 15,000 euros to cancer charity

SUR IN ENGLISH

Malaga. Representatives from the Spanish cancer association, AECC were in Mijas recently to pick up a cheque for 15,000 euros from Fundación CLC World. The funds were raised by staff at the CLC holiday resort in Mijas during the month of October

13:33

Local

Costa firm wins data technology prize

SUR.

A startup company from Malaga has won the Global Blockchain Challenge with an online platform to promote vaccination in underdeveloped countries. Rewire Social won the award for the best scalable blockchain project during the Global Blockchain

16:41

LifeStyle

15 November 2005 | Tony King sentenced to 36 years in prison

Jennie Rhodes

On 15 November 2005, British national Tony Alexander King was sentenced to 36 years in prison for what judges described as the "savage, cruel and inhumane" murder of 17-year-old Sonia Carabantes during Coín's annual feria in August 2003. He was also

17:35

What to do

Art and style in Jimena de la Frontera during the month of October

Debbie Bartlett

The small and picturesque village of Jimena de la Frontera in Cadiz province, just half an hour’s drive inland from Sotogrande, is the focus of arts and crafts this month with an exhibition starting on Friday 11th October and a fascinating and innova

20:16

National

Swearing in of MPs takes place in parliament but no agreement on government yet

SUR

The official swearing-in ceremony for MPs in the country's new parliament took place on Tuesday. During the day's events, the speaker was chosen and the MPs (diputados) swore allegiance. Now that parliament has officially opened for business ... in an investiture vote. There was a sense of deja vu during Tuesday's swearing-in, as the parliament had only last been opened in May, before the failure to form a government had forced Spain back to the polling booths this autumn. There was the

10:41

Local

Drug smugglers who rescued stranded Guardia officers are jailed

JUAN CANO

Four Spanish nationals have been sent to prison without bail for drug smuggling, despite having rescued three Guardia Civil officers who had fallen into the sea while pursuing them. When a Spanish patrol boat collided with the smugglers' vessel on

14:26

National

Teacher and pupil die on training flight

SUR.

...dead pupil was 20-year-old Rosa María Almirón Otero. Engine failure during takeoff has been blamed for the accident. Eyewitnesses said that the aircraft had dived straight into the water of Mar Menor with no time to take evasive action.

18:09

Sport

Malaga to launch new home kit during Algeciras friendly

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

The new Malaga home kit for next season has been released and went on sale both online and at the club's official outlets on Thursday. The players themselves will wear the kit for the first time today, Friday, during the club's first pre-season

19:34

What to do

Christmas traditions from 15 countries on show in Benalmádena

Tony Bryant

...variety of traditional festive food and drinks, from the customary mulled wine and mince pies to more exotic cuisine, like Allahabadi cake, traditionally eaten by Indian Christians during Yuletide. The festival will begin with a presentation parade of

18:15

LifeStyle

Prizes dished out at Marbella film festival

Ash Bolton

Organisers are celebrating after staging the biggest Marbella International Film Festival to date. Now in its 14th year the event saw a number of films sold out during their world premieres. THE WINNERS Best Shorter Short Film. Angel. Best Short ... and Rise of the Footsoldier: Spanish Heist. The festival also saw famous British actors stroll down the red carpets, including Larry Lamb, Kris Marshall and Jason Flemyng. During the five-day movie festival, thousands of film fans enjoyed workshops,

10:35

Local

Junta de Andalucía considering expropriating land affected during rescue

JUAN CANO / ALVARO FRÍAS

The Junta de Andalucía has said that it is considering expropriating some of the land affected in the search for Julen in January. Over 20 plots of land were affected during the search, meaning that other landowners should be compensated. The Junta ... has said that it is "impossible to return the land back to its original state" and as such the land has lost its original value. During the trial the magistrate ordered that the land needed to be secured to avoid more accidents and as such the ... for its original purposes. Large areas are considered unsafe due to the holes that were dug and machinery used during the rescue efforts. The Junta needs to reach a financial settlement with the affected landowners, but through conversations between

12:20

Local

Prehistoric axe unearthed during Bentomiz castle cleanup

E. CABEZAS

Workers cleaning up the area around Bentomiz castle, near the village of Arenas, have unearthed what they believe to be an axe dating back to prehistoric times. "It is clearly a domestic item dating from the early Bronze Age," the town hall announ

12:50

National

Barclay hopes strong links with Spain will continue after Brexit

SUR IN ENGLISH/EP

British Brexit secretary Steve Barclay said on Thursday after meeting Spain's acting Foreign Minister Josep Borrell in Madrid that the "strong links" between the two countries began before they were in the European Union and he was confident they wil

11:02

LifeStyle

British gangster movie shot in Marbella to premiere at local festival

Ash Bolton

A British crime movie filmed across Marbella and Estepona is to get its world premiere in Puerto Banús on 4 October. Rise of the Footsoldier Marbella follows British gangster Pat Tate who travels to the Costa del Sol town after escaping prison in t

19:36

Local

German ambassador remembers lost sailors during visit to Malaga

SUR

During a visit to Malaga last weekend the German ambassador to Spain, Wolfgang Dold, laid a wreath at the English cemetery as a tribute to the victims of the shipwrecked vessel, the Gneisenau. The ship sank off the coast of Malaga in 1900 and