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14:18

Gibraltar

Cardboard boat race raises more money for charity than ever before

Debbie Bartlett

...far the biggest boat race ever and we anticipate it will only get bigger year-on-year, so we encourage all those thinking of participating next year to start preparing early - preparation is the key to success! I would like to thank the small crew of

16:05

Sport

Jack Harper: "I wouldn't say I was Spanish; I'm a Scottish malagueño"

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Brit pop, not reggaeton; and not a tattoo in sight. Jack Harper (Malaga, 1996) is not your typical footballer. This "Scottish malagueño" has not had a typical career either. After trading the world-famous Real Madrid academy for Brighton and Hove Alb

10:54

Local

Coín has dumped enough polluted water to fill a reservoir, inquiry says

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...that, from 2001 to 2018, 32 million cubic metres of waste was dumped by Coín, more than the 25 million cubic metres stored in the medium-sized El Limonero reservoir behind Malaga city. Despite the pollution, the regional government had only ever issued

13:00

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Literary Festival 2017, bigger and better than ever

ASH BOLTON

Gibraltar welcomed a host of international speakers to its 5th annual Literary Festival last week. More than 3,000 bookworms attended the four-day event that saw an eclectic mix of personalities give talks on everything from fiction and history to

13:34

Sport

Festive reflections

Rob Palmer

As the Spanish football clubs take a breather for the festive season it's time for reflection on the past year and predictions for the year ahead. If only we all had the ability of Zinedine Zidane to look into the future: while many were still rejo

12:05

Local

Biggest ever drop in unemployment in April

SUR madrid

Data released on Thursday by the Spanish employment ministry showed a record fall in the number of registered unemployed across the country in April. The number of registered unemployed fell in Spain by 129,281 in April to 3,573,036. Compared to Ap

16:45

LifeStyle

5 June 1599: Birth of influential artist Diego Velázquez

Tony Bryant

...one else would ever paint the king's portrait. In 1629, the king financed a trip to Italy, although few details are known of the visit. He returned to Madrid in 1631, where he continued to paint royals. Aside from the king, who is said to have sat

14:19

Travel

Morocco, closer than ever before

Daryl Finch travel

Northern Morocco has been made even more accessible now by Air Arabia who is running direct flights between Malaga and Tangier three times a week. The half-hour flights cost as little as 19 euros each way though be aware that surcharges apply if us

15:55

Opinion

The weird and the wonderful

Peter Edgerton

...kind of warmed to him by the end and offered a round of applause which was both incredible and incredulous. Robin was a neighbour of ours at that time and I spent many a night dreaming up reasons why he wouldn't be able to perform , if he ever asked

16:32

Opinion

Cannabis wine

ANDREW J. LINN

...selection of marmalades and vinegars. Around 8 euros. Ever since the cannabis plant was discovered to generate strange effects, it has been used for a variety of practices other than rolling joints. Infused with tea is a long-time favourite and is what

14:30

Local

Estepona organises first ever international mural competition

LEANDRO PAVÓN estepona

Estepona is to host its first ever international mural competition from 10 to 20 July. A jury will select 10 artists to paint their work on the façades of buildings in the town. A winner and a runner-up will then be selected from the 10

17:32

Opinion

Gecko chamber

Peter Edgerton

...them (probably difficult to fit that many letters in). Anyway, this is all well and good but I saw a gecko for the first time ever in my flat the other day - moved like lightning; me, I mean, not the gecko. It gave me the fright of my life, leaping ... ever more daring, not to mention numerous, the small lizardy thing, unable to sate his hunger, would toddle off forthwith to bother the neighbours. The next day, I bought a couple of those plug-in things that get rid of the mozzas and - lo and behold!

14:58

Local

Landsbanki 'scam' victims make progress in the courts

Mónica Pérez

...terms and lack of proof that the money was ever received. According to the lawyer leading the class action, Ignacio Infante: "This sentence has backed up what we've been saying all along. The details of the product were very complicated and the bank

10:31

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Port busier than ever in 2016

D.B.

Gibraltar Port had a record year in 2016, not only in terms of the number of vessels bunkering there, but also the quantity of fuel delivered. More cruise liners called at Gibraltar last year, and there was also an increase in the number of superyach

12:21

LifeStyle

A passion for Andalucía inspires debut novel

Tony Bryant

...colourful Gypsy-flamenco characters. "I have always had a love of flamenco ever since I witnessed authentic flamenco years ago in a Gypsy encampment in Seville. I knew I needed something more and always had a desire to write. When I arrived in Benalmádena

17:06

Opinion

A time for lies

ELENA DE MIGUEL

...by our gullibility. Next time I won't be caught out. Or will I? In this era of new technology, when information is more accessible than ever, we've all turned totally and recklessly naïve. We denounce manipulation, but we fall for it at the drop of

11:23

Local

Marbella's first ever 'Perrotón' run welcomes 150 participants

sur marbella

Around 150 dog owners took part in Marbella’s inaugural ‘perretón’ organised run on Sunday to promote adoption and responsible animal ownership. The run took place in the municipality for the first time after the success of the event in Madrid over t

14:59

LifeStyle

The first ever Kings' parade in the streets of Malaga

Jennie Rhodes what happened today?

There will be great excitement in the streets of Malaga this evening, just as there has been since 1923, when the first 'cabalgata' or Kings' parade, took place in the city. Since 1913 it had been a tradition in the city to take toys to children i