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10:51

Local

French couple are victims of homophobic attack in Torremolinos

SUR

A homophobic attack in Torremolinos in the early hours of Sunday has been condemned this week by the Andalusian Observatory Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia. During the alleged attack, a middle-aged gay couple on holiday from Perpignan

15:34

LifeStyle

The tales of two Madrid correspondents

Mark Nayler

...just as true now as it was three years ago; indeed, there have been momentous developments since Minder was finishing his book in early 2017. During his reporting, the NYT journalist met all the key players in the Catalonia drama, one of whom hadn't ... government - and faces an eighteen-month ban from public office for failing to remove pro-independence banners from the streets of Barcelona during electoral campaigns last March. Torra's appeal is in the hands of Spain's Supreme Court, but he has said in

10:34

Local

New Finnish residents accounted for the biggest rise from any EU country in 2018

Matías STUBER

...more Finns registered as new residents in Malaga province during 2018 than Britons, who still formed the largest group of foreigners, albeit with a smaller increase from 46,563 to 47,193. This figure is far from the 57,536 British citizens registered as ... resident in Malaga province in 2014. However it is estimated that the "floating" population would take this figure much higher, and the numbers of British residents who have registered during 2019, in order to prepare for Brexit, will not yet be reflected

16:29

LifeStyle

Pulses: healthy and packed with nutrients

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

We live in the age of superfoods, and every time we go shopping we are tempted by new ingredients that sometimes we don't even know how to cook. However, practically none of the products that have appeared in supermarkets in recent years can beat pul

14:26

Local

More buses scheduled to run from Mijas to Marbella and Fuengirola

Ivan Gelibter

Mijas town hall has announced that both the M122 bus which connects Fuengirola and Mijas, as well as the M220 between Fuengirola and Marbella, will run more services during the summer months. "This is a tourist municipality and when the summer

16:50

Gibraltar

Santa raises funds for Wobbles Children's Charity

Debbie Bartlett

Santa's Grotto and other events at Ocean Village have raised over £2,200 for the Wobbles Children's Charity, during a magical eight-day Christmas festival. Founder Frankie Hatton said Wobbles was thrilled at being chosen: "As a children's charity,

13:40

Opinion

The place of gold in an investor's portfolio

JEREMY BLATCH

...money in our financial system allows us to trade without needing to 'barter'. (Selling a jacket for a loaf of bread!) Money has taken different forms during millennia from Gold, feathers, shells, coins, paper (FIAT), and now digital (Crypto).

14:50

Local

New Torrox umbrellas show support for Spain

sur

Torrox Pueblo unveiled new yellow and red umbrellas resembling the Spanish flag in the town centre earlier this week. The umbrellas, which provide shade on Plaza de la Constitución, are a sign of support for the country's football team during the ... ongoing World Cup tournament. The new umbrellas replace the multicoloured ones which had been there during the hot summer months since 2015. The town hall said that the replacements had cost in the region of 15,000 euros to install and that they

13:17

Local

Pupils on course to reach €12,000 target for India school

FERNANDO TORRES

Pupils at the Sierra de Yeguas secondary school in the north of Malaga province have raised almost half of their 12,000 euro target to help build a school in India. The idea started during an Ethics class and since November 2017 the whole school has

13:48

Local

Prison sentence and ban on public office for former Axarquía mayor

Eugenio Cabezas

A court in Malaga has sentenced the former mayor of an Axarquía village, José Antonio Gutiérrez (41), to nine months in prison for misappropriation of public money. Gutiérrez, who ran Sedella and pleaded guilty to the charges against him during his

16:58

Sport

Malaga sack head coach Víctor and place Sergio Pellicer in temporary charge

Daryl Finch

...discussions, however, proved fruitless and the club chose to act quickly to remove Víctor from his post to "minimise the impact on the team and the club staff". Pellicer comes in Assistant coach David Dóniga, who led training during Víctor's suspension, ... temporary basis and will be on the touchline for Malaga's next game on Tuesday at home to Ponferradina (as well as, in all likelihood, Friday's game away in Fuenlabrada). Pellicer, 46, who played for Malaga during the 1995-96 and 1996-97 seasons, made ... history as a youth coach, reaching the Copa de Campeones de España in the 2015-16 season and taking part in the UEFA Youth League the following year. During the 2016-17 season, he was assistant first team coach to Marcelo Romero and continued in the role

10:04

Sport

Another exciting year for football in Spain

james chapman

Barcelona finished as champions with 93 points from their 38 games. They won 28 of them, drew nine and lost only once to Levante 5-4. They scored a massive 99 goals and conceded only 29. Of the 99 Lionel Messi banged home 34 of them and his team-ma

13:28

What to do

Balkenhol moves indoors

Antonio Javier López

...is a contemporary benchmark for European figurative sculpture. More than 30 pieces of his work from the past ten years are now on display at the CAC until 22 April. However, about half were completed during the past year, so the common thread and the

18:58

Opinion

Heads you win, tails I lose

JEREMY BLATCH

...issuer at a fixed price during a specified time). During the past 30 years it has been easy to make money in bonds, as interest rates have declined to historic lows. This is no longer the case. Furthermore, investment grade corporate bonds, high yield

13:11

What to do

Torremolinos Ruta del Rock

Tony Bryant

The centre of Torremolinos will resonate with live music during the sixth edition of the popular Ruta del Rock, which begins today. More than 40 bands and musicians of differing genres will perform a series of concerts in 47 of the town's bars,

17:02

Sport

Top cyclists kick off their tour of Spain on the Costa del Sol

MARINA RIVAS

The 'Vuelta' never forgets Malaga. In fact, this is the 30th time that the famous international cycle race will pass through the province, after that first time in a difficult year (1936), which was only the second time it took place. This year three

14:02

Local

Torremolinos town hall to renovate the iconic Pasaje Begoña

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos town hall and the newly formed Asociación Pasaje Begoña has applied for the Pasaje Begoña, (now called Pasaje Gil Vicente), to become recognised by the Law of Historical and Democratic Memory of Andalucía. During the 1960s and '70s, the

18:17

LifeStyle

Virtual pet, actual therapy

Héctor Barbotta

...therapeutic purposes. After four years during which his invention has been used in around 30 countries, including the USA, the UK, France and Denmark, Shibata says there is plenty of evidence that it is effective. In all these countries, doctors are now

18:14

Opinion

Status anxiety

Mark Nayler

...pro-independence banners from Barcelona's streets during electoral campaigning last March), his position as Catalan president has become untenable. A leader can't lead if there's legitimate doubt over whether he or she actually is a leader. The ambiguity

18:04

LifeStyle

31 January 1922: Inaugural flight of the gyrocopter

Tony Bryant

His next attempt was with the C4, which, in 1923, flew at under the control of Alejandro Gomez Spencer. Later that year, the engine failed during flight and de la Cierva implemented refinements to the design that enabled the aircraft to safely

15:05

Local

Marbella woman sent to prison over brutal mugging

SUR

A Romanian woman, 26, has been jailed following her arrest for a violent mugging of a woman in Marbella during which the victim broke her collarbone. The woman was arrested in connection with four muggings using the same technique.

16:48

Local

Estepona's old town hall site finally pinpointed thanks to mural discovery

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...and it confirms that this building, which now has two bar-restaurants on the ground floor and apartments above, was the town hall during the liberal triennium (1820-1823). José María Guerrero says that when King Fernando VII returned to power he ... “During the works to change the layout of the rooms inside the building, a patio with arches and columns was discovered,” says Guerrero. The patio will be preserved but not restored, because the plans for the building have already been finalised. This is

13:41

Gibraltar

Good news for tourism as more flights are planned to Gibraltar next year

Debbie Bartlett

...from UK regional airports during July 2018. Flights will operate twice a week from Belfast International, Humberside, Exeter, Bournemouth, Durham Tees Valley and East Midlands Airport. The schedule and dates when the packages will be on sale are to be

12:40

LifeStyle

The Michelin stars pay tribute to Arzak

NIEVES CASTRO

Two decades have passed, but Dani García still remembers the moment because it was his first visit to Arzak's restaurant. He ordered one of the most popular dishes on the menu: the 'sorta de cigalas', or 'bundle of crayfish'. The other evening he rec

11:59

Sport

Víctor Sánchez del Amo: "Our sacking is totally unjust"

borja gutiérrez / Daryl Finch

...coach during the game. He did not speak at length of the video (in which he is seen exposing his genital while wearing a Malaga CF training shirt), as there is an ongoing police investigation. However, he did stress the gravity of the crime: "We're ... Pellicer, 46, who played for Malaga during the 1995-96 and 1996-97 seasons, made history as a youth coach, reaching the Copa de Campeones de España in the 2015-16 season and taking part in the UEFA Youth League the following year. During the 2016-17

13:30

National

Fresh rulings on Catalan politicians keep separatism at centre stage

SUR

...after a court disqualified him for allowing pro-separatist symbols to be shown on public buildings during an election. The electoral commission added, however, that it was down to the Catalan parliament to stop him from leading the government.

15:56

Local

High speed or local? Experts debate the rail needs of Marbella

Ignacio LILLO

...other words, for half of the route only one train can travel between two stations in either direction at any one time and the proximity to building means that there is little space for the extra line that would improve the service. During his recent

15:48

Sport

A quiet deadline day for Malaga with no further arrivals

ANTONIO GÓNGORA / BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...club Keko's three-and-a-half-year association with the club has finally been brought to an end after he was allowed to leave on a free transfer, albeit with a substantial sell-on clause (believed to be around 20 per cent). He joined during the side's

11:31

LifeStyle

Heterocentron elegans

This tender, tropical perennial forms dense mats of foliage and has startlingly large, pink blooms throughout the growing season Heterocentron elegans is sometimes listed as Schizocentron elegans or Heeria elegans. Common names include Spanish Shaw

18:45

LifeStyle

The intriguing history of a Christmas staple

Tony Bryant

...aspects of the stereotypical Dickensian Christmas have virtually disappeared over the years, including Yule logs, eggnog, ghost stories and the tradition of carol singing. Andalucía stays faithful to 'villancicos' tradition during the 'fiesta ... zambomba' Although a great majority of us may never actually visit a church over the holiday season, most people will know the words to at least one Christmas carol, even if the last time they sang them was during secondary school morning assembly. The ... singing of carols in churches in England is thought to have begun in Cornwall in 1880Carols were first sung in Europe thousands of years ago, although they were pagan songs usually sung during the Winter Solstice. The word 'carol' actually means to dance