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13:17

Opinion

Trade wars are good, according to Trump

ANDREW J. LINN

families of employees of Scottish whisky distilleries? And those of liquor-making families in Germany, Ireland, Italy and Spain, also affected? Indeed, what possible reason could there be for making the wine trade the sacrificial lamb for the alleged

15:13

Local

Survivors mark 83 years since the Desbandá

matías Stuber

Survivors, their families and politicians gathered at the Peñon del Cuervo in La Cala del Moral last Saturday to mark 83 years since the Desbandá, the name given to the flight of thousands of people from Malaga on 8 February 1937 as Franco's troops

12:26

Local

Families to exhibit empowering artwork

Jennie Rhodes

Director of the El Palo centre, said, "The families and children are super excited about the exhibition. They get to see a museum as a living space, not just as a boring place full of paintings and they can identify with the art they are creating." The ... SOS Aldeas Infantiles day centre in El Palo opened in March 2017 and currently offers its services to around 50 children and teenagers between the ages of five and 16 from 35 families. They work closely with social services teams in the east of ... Malaga district to provide help to families with a wide range of needs. Staff at the centre help the children with anything from homework to social and cultural development. The centre has a network of volunteers who help out with a wide range of

13:11

Gibraltar

Spinal surgery is now available in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Patients with a painful spine condition caused by osteoporosis can now be treated in Gibraltar, thanks to a new surgical service launched by the Gibraltar Health Authority. Previously, patients and their families had to travel to the UK for the

14:05

Local

Halloween high jinks give way to sombre tradition of visiting graves

NEIL HESKETH

Perhaps it is because of the large international population or Spain's reputation for enjoying a good celebration. Whatever the reason, the Costa erupted last night in the warm weather with spooky events celebrating the Gaelic and American traditions

16:34

Local

Crisis in Costa fishing fleet as Asian seaweed invasion spreads

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

"We can't work; if it carries on like this we won't be able to eat," explains a Costa fisherman who can't leave port as all he is catching is a dense green seaweed. For months, boats using smaller nets in shallower water off Estepona and Marbella hav

11:35

Local

Arab royal families set to head to Marbella once Ramadan ends

Nieves Castro

...consulates, that this summer members of royal families from different Arab states will once again choose the resort for their holidays. The mayor said that as the Ramadan festival finishes before the start of the summer season this year, stays will be longer

16:03

LifeStyle

The magic of a spoon

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Beans and peas. The base for numerous stews and casseroles. The first spoons were made of bone and archaeological finds date the spoon back to between 15,000 and 8,000 years ago. In middle class families the spoon became commonplace during the

15:24

Opinion

Chakra can't

Peter Edgerton

...in those terms. Surely, anyone worth their salt should be involved in a daily struggle involving work, relationships, families and catching devastating snatches of Despacito emanating from the car windows of callow youths who look like a day's graft

15:23

Opinion

Subtle differences

Rachel Haynes

...moved in? Or dangerous wild animals invading neighbourhoods precisely because humans are there, leaving food lying around and saving them the bother of hunting or foraging? In this case I would be inclined to say that the families' fears are justified.

17:59

Local

Councils step up operation to remove invasive seaweed

Nieves Castro

...of seaweed is preventing almost 30 boats, crucial for the support of 70 families in Marbella, from leaving the port. “They are not fishing and we have exhausted all possible options. The seaweed was in the San Pedro area but now it has even reached

11:41

Local

Charity football tournament raises awareness of vulnerable families

Tony Bryant

...products, which was distributed among families in danger of social exclusion. The goods, which were delivered to Cártama town hall last week, were accepted by Isabel Sánchez, councillor for Social Welfare, and Juan Rodríguez, councillor for Sport, who

17:05

Local

Torremolinos town hall's festive solidarity gesture

sur

The Social Services department of Torremolinos town hall helped more than 200 local underprivileged families enjoy Christmas this year. As part of the town hall's festive solidarity campaign, vouchers totalling 21,500 euros were distributed among ... several NGOs. The 100-euro vouchers enabled families to purchase food from participating supermarkets.

14:00

LifeStyle

Tracing families from home in Malaga

JENNIE RHODES

Philip Crawford is a Probate Genealogist who has given talks about his work to organisations such as The Arts Society and Rotary Club on the Costa del Sol. Philip and his wife, Heulwen, have lived in Estepona for 15 years and have also spent some tim

13:49

Local

Water supply guaranteed for southern Ojén and northern Marbella

Nieves Castro

Works got under way on Tuesday to guarantee the water supply to thousands of families in the Palo Alto area, south of Ojén and to the north of Marbella. The project, which has a budget in excess of one million euros, will see two small reservoirs,

14:30

LifeStyle

In the family footsteps

JULIÁN MÉNDEZ food and drink

The Japanese couple had booked a table for three at El Celler de Can Roca, which was classified as the best restaurant in the world that year, but when the great day arrived, the day for which they had been waiting 11 months, only two people came. Yo

19:12

Opinion

Take my advice

Mark Nayler

...thought-provoking article by Sam Jones in The Guardian this week - highlighted the problems faced by Spanish families struggling to make ends meet, especially with rent payments (rental prices have increased by around 50% in Spain over the last six years). One lady

17:57

Local

Eight years of care, through the eyes of volunteers

CLAUDIA SAN MARTÍN

...children who come to the Casa happy. They all said they get more back from the experience than they contribute. It was quiet on the afternoon we visited. The house has room for 14 families but only 10 adults and three children were staying there at the ... eight years of lending a friendly hand to sick children and their families. Cecilia Pérez, who coordinates the activities and volunteers, says a big party is planned for all the volunteers, collaborators and, of course, the children and families who are

12:13

Local

Firefighters rescue family stranded on La Concha

Héctor Barbotta

An Anglo-German middle-aged couple and their adult daughter had to be rescued from atop La Concha mountain on Tuesday after becoming disorientated by incoming fog. The three people got lost at around 2.30pm and immediately got in contact with the 1

12:10

Local

Family clan that burgled Costa houses falls

J. CANO.

After an operation lasting four months, Guardia Civil officers have succeeded in arresting the members of an alleged family clan behind over 20 robberies in homes on the western Costa del Sol. According to sources, the group was made up of two men

13:59

Sport

Santa María Polo Club releases spring and summer programme

SUR

Santa María Polo Club has announced details of its programme of events for the spring and summer, with the Spring Polo Festival and the International Polo Tournament in the summer set to attract the biggest crowds. The club, which is located next t

10:51

LifeStyle

1 June 1778: Families from Malaga embark on a journey to colonise Louisiana

MADDY HAY what happened today?

...dominance over the vast land, the Spanish Empire planned to colonise Louisiana with its own people. It sought volunteers from the province of Malaga, promising poor families their own plots of land, farm tools and money for growing crops. On 1 June 1778 a ... group of 16 Spanish families set sail to America aboard the ship San José, led by governor Bernardo de Gálvez from Macharaviaya. The majority of the colonists were from Malaga, with many hailing from the Axarquía and Alhaurín de la Torre. At this time, ... and, under a new intendant, those left behind through the winter suffered meagre harvests and hostile conditions. The population of Spaniards began to wane and it is thought that by 1793 only six of the original families remained. In 1800, Napoleon

12:10

Local

Politicians look for solutions for Casillas de la Vía slums

EUGENIO CABEZAS

Councillors from Vélez-Málaga town hall met with representatives from the regional government, the Junta de Andalucía, on Monday to discuss the demolition of the Casillas de la Vía slum area to the west of Torre del Mar, where around 40 families

11:45

Local

Campanillas flood damage will run into millions

IGNACIO LILLO / JUAN SOTO

Montero said that aid had been approved so that "families can sort out what they have lost in financial terms, although, unfortunately, in personal terms, [the damage] cannot be put right." She added that aid across Spain for flood victims in last week's

10:34

LifeStyle

Alzheimer's sufferers and their families get royal support

Ángel Escalera

Queen Sofía, the mother of King Felipe VI, expressed support for those suffering from Alzheimer's and their families, as she officially opened the VII National Alzheimer's Conference in Malaga recently. She said relatives who care forAlzheimer's ... About 100,000 people in Andalucía are affected by this illness. “The earlier it is detected, the easier it is to help people learn how to live with it and to assist their families in understanding what is going to happen and help them to deal with it,” ... she said. The mayor of Malaga said that Alzheimer's is challenging for everybody, and that more progress is needed in research and in the way these families are looked after and assisted. He stressed that caring for Alzheimer's patients is difficult

12:46

Local

Love letter returned to family after 74 years

EUGENIO CABEZAS

Granada journalist, Mariló V. Oyonartes has handed a love letter written in 1943 to its rightful owners after a three-month search for the author's descendants. In June, Mariló, 40, received a phone call from a resident of Alhama de Granada in Gra

11:44

Local

Charity race in Cártama aids underprivileged families

Tony Bryant CÁRTAMA

More than 500 people participated in the eighth edition of the San Isidro Solidarity Race in Cártama last Friday. As in previous years, the race had been organised to raise awareness of the problems faced by the town’s underprivileged families ... . In order to register, participants were required to donate one kilo of non-perishable food. These products will be distributed among the local families who need it most. The five-kilometre street race was organised by the IES Valle del Azahar, a

11:22

LifeStyle

A variety of ways to help the community

SUR IN ENGLISH

...will be included in the food parcels put together by the NGO Soroptimist International Costa del Sol. The food boxes will then be distributed by the Red Cross to around 200 families in need in the town. The Mijas Foreigners Department at Mijas Town Hall ... Hogar Betania. Families, staff and pupils took part in the Eradication of World Poverty Festival that raised funds through a variety of events including a 'Sing-a-Thon'. The money is being donated to the charity Hogar Betania, a hostel run by

11:17

Local

Benalmádena businesses donate toys to underprivileged children

TONY BRYANT

As part of an initiative to ensure that all children received a gift from the Three Kings this year, Benalmádena town hall delivered hundreds of educational toys to families in danger of social exclusion. Three hundred children between the age of

19:31

Sport

Torremolinos ends year with San Silvestre fun run

Tony Bryant

...help families in danger of social exclusion over the festive period. In order to register for the race, the participants were asked to contribute one kilo of non-perishable food, which was donated to Emaús, a non-profit association dedicated to helping ... local families in vulnerable situations.

11:51

Local

This year's Gran Recogida is "more important than ever"

AMANDA SALAZAR

The seventh annual Gran Recogida, the massive annual collection for foodbanks, is soon upon us and will be taking place in supermarkets across the region on 30 November and 1 December. THE GRAN RECOGIDA When. Friday 30 November and Saturday 1 Decem

11:29

Local

More than 5,600 people in Andalucía began treatment for alcoholism last year

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

Ministry of Health and Families. The figures were released to coincide with World No-Alcohol Day in October last year. It tends to be older people who attend the regional government's Outpatient Treatment Centres In fact, very few young people receive ... recommendation and support from families and friends. World No-Alcohol Day World No-Alcohol Day takes place on 2 October each year, and the slogan for the most recent one was 'Today I'm not drinking, I'm proving my freedom'. The Junta de Andalucía organises ... Families highlights the promotion of a healthy lifestyle, the importance of prevention and the high morbidity rate associated with alcoholism. The coordinator of Addictions, Pedro Seijo, has said that "alcoholism is an illness, so the treatment has to be

15:40

Local

Two dead and two hospitalised after brawl breaks out between families in Coín

Juan Cano / Fernando torres

The Guardia Civil deployed a team of over 30 men to Coín after a mass brawl broke out Thursday afternoon between two gypsy families in the neighbourhood of Fuensanta. Two men from one clan, who are known as "Los Mudos", aged 63 and 50, were killed, ... while two men, both from separate clans, remain in hospital suffering from knife wounds. Three men were arrested on Friday in connection with the incident. According to locals, the families have a history of conflicts with one another. The brawl has ... further fights from breaking out. The agents raided the home of one of the families, which was practically destroyed, and decided to put the families of the men involved under police protection. Residents of Coín described Thursday's events as a

12:28

Local

Blaze engulfs two caravans and lorry of fairground family

A. FRÍAS/J. CANO. malaga

A fire has destroyed two caravans and a lorry belonging to a family of travelling-fairground workers. The fire broke out at 6am on Monday in Campanillas, near Malaga, when a cable overheated as the owner of the vehicles, Jaime Fernández, repaired