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12:33

Local

Flags, colour and happiness

The streets of Malaga filled with colour last Friday as the LGBT+ community celebrated Pride. A festive march, filled with music and colour, through the Paseo del Parque took place at 7pm, culminating at the central Plaza de la Constitución where

19:33

LifeStyle

Recycled glass campaign to benefit breast cancer victims

Tony Bryant

...from the recycled glass, which this year had seen an increase of 13 per cent, were donated to the Sandra Ibarra Cancer Foundation. Torremolinos was awarded the green flag for recycling in the initiative 'Green Flags for Sustainability', which

12:41

Gibraltar

Change of flags in Gibraltar to mark Commonwealth Day

Debbie Bartlett

The Commonwealth flag could be seen flying in Gibraltar last weekend instead of the EU flag, to commemorate Commonwealth Day. In the past, the Commonwealth flag was only flown outside No. 6 Convent Place, but last year it was decided to make the c

15:47

LifeStyle

29 November 1899: The birth of a football giant

Rachel Haynes

...club decided it needed a symbol of its own and a new badge was designed, still using the flags of Catalonia and St George.) It was later decided that the players would wear white shorts and shirts that were half blue and half burgundy, which led to

15:04

Gibraltar

Look out for new purple jellyfish flag

Debbie Bartlett

From now on Gibraltar's beaches will fly a purple flag to indicate that jellyfish and/or other dangerous marine life are known to be in the area. If you see a purple flag, it doesn't mean swimming is prohibited if sea conditions are suitable, but e

16:01

LifeStyle

Princess Diana reigns in Malaga

francisco griñán

...protest - but these people were different. They didn't appear to be locals and many were carrying British and Australian flags. It was only when Emma Corrin, dressed as Princess Diana, appeared that all became apparent: this was to be a scene for the ... annoyance. "This type of cultural activity gives visibility to Malaga, makes it an international city," said Juan Gómez, against the backdrop of others shouting: "It's Lady Di, it's Lady Di!" Extras waved British and Australian flags.Migue Fernández

10:51

Local

Blue flags awarded to 25 beaches on the Costa del Sol, one more than in 2017

Ivan Gelibter

...environmental standards and offer a wide range of facilities. Within Malaga province the most successful municipalities are Fuengirola, Estepona and Marbella, each of which boast four flags along its beaches. Marbella has also recovered its blue flag this year ... for its marina. Fuengirola gained one flag more than last year. Mayor Ana Mula said that the recognition confirms the town’s achievements in terms of the quality of the environment, services and facilities. The awarding body of the blue flags has ... coalition government had covered up the withdrawal last summer of the blue flags previously awarded to the town’s marina and El Cable beach. The marina, said Adeac, had insufficient anti-pollution measures in 2017 (it does comply this year), and El Cable

18:18

LifeStyle

25 October 1979: Catalans and Basques choose autonomy

FRANK GAVURIN

...dictatorship, key expressions of the historical identities of both regions were prohibited, with bans on the public use of either language, and display of their flags, as well as brutal suppression of dissidents. Franco died in 1975, by which time tension was

18:52

Sport

Clásico indecision

Rob Palmer

...should go ahead as planned. Barça were very happy to stage the event but the powers in Madrid feared 90,000 Catalans flying the Estelada and Senyera flags would be a more spectacular own goal than any player could score. So for once a decision was

10:44

Gibraltar

Gibraltar, red, white and proud as always on National Day

Debbie Bartlett

...referendum in 1967, when they were asked whether they wanted to pass under Spanish sovereignty or remain under British sovereignty. The number of Union flags on local buildings and being waved by those who gathered in Casemates Square reflect the fact that