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14:52

Opinion

Restaurant hell

ANDREW J. LINN

This is not a good time for most businesses related to the serving of food. The most appalling aspect is that, contrary to what would seem to be logical and fair, some of the world's best eating places are suffering as much as the balti house down

16:31

Opinion

Not fair enough

Mark Nayler

The cancellation of Andalucía’s fairs this summer reveals some glaring, caseta-sized inconsistencies in Covid-containment regulations, especially when it comes to public sanitation. Not one authority figure, you’ll notice, justified cancelling a feri

13:07

Local

The cancellation of Malaga Fair comes at a cost of more than 60 million euros

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The cancellation of the huge annual Malaga Fair, due to have been held this week, has dealt another massive blow to the city's tourism sector and brings with it an estimated loss of more than 60 million euros, according to the latest figures ... if you can't keep a minimum distance of two metres or the closure of bars at 1am, has added "uncertainty" to the hospitality industry, a sector that relies heavily on the fair: "There are three massive periods: Easter, the Feria and Christmas. All of ... them are needed for businesses to end the year with any profits." Request for aid The week of the fair is the most profitable for hotels in Malaga, a sector which is calling for a public aid package similar to that granted to the banks a decade ago

11:59

LifeStyle

Artists of the world gather in Marbella

GABRIELA BERNER

The largest fair for international, contemporary art on the Costa del Sol celebrates its fifth edition this week, coming to an end this Saturday 3 August. Already on Monday, one day before the official opening, hundreds of art lovers had gathered ... Vienna and Lisbon. This year, the exhibition focuses on major artistic projects such as the fascinating portrait photographs by Jesús Chacón, portraying people from Marbella's cultural scene. The fair is open until 3 August from 6pm until 10.30pm.

23:40

LifeStyle

Evita's five days in Andalucía

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...open-topped car. Granada The first stopover on Evita's Andalusian tour was Granada. She arrived at Armilla aerodrome on the afternoon of Sunday 15 June. It was the last day of the Corpus Fair in which Evita managed to participate. It's said that in Granada

16:46

Opinion

Masking for a friend

Peter Edgerton

Walking around Malaga this week, I looked on, agog, at the wide and varied attitudes to compulsory mask-wearing. You can learn a lot about people from their mask habits, let me tell you. To be fair, most citizens are sporting the uncomfortable

16:27

LifeStyle

Cudeca Goldies host Christmas fair

Tony Bryant

The Cudeca Goldies hosted their annual Christmas fair at the Ilunion Hotel in Fuengirola last weekend. The two-day event took the form of a traditional Christmas market with more than 20 stalls offering everything from handmade jewellery, clothing

16:00

Opinion

Fair poor convention

Peter Edgerton

This year, the Malaga fair begins with the traditional midnight fireworks on Wednesday 14 August and goes on until about 2026. Well, ok, until Saturday 24 August but the psychological effect will be about the same for any locals living in the city ... centre. Come to think of it, that's approximately seven people these days - residents who have, thus far, inexplicably been able to avoid being bulldozed out of town by the myopic greed of the tourist rental phenomenon. Anyway, back to the fair. It's ... and sold as wood sealant. Spain in general, and Malaga in particular, has an abundance of marvellous traditions but the annual fair is not, I'm afraid, one of them. If you're thinking of popping into the city centre to see what all the fuss is