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13:57

Local

Shops contract more workers this year for the January sales

17th and Sunday 24th. is the amount that some shops hope to have increased sales this Christmas. euros was the most expensive New Year's Eve gala meal in Marbella hotels. was the forecast occupancy in hotels in Malaga province over the New Year's

09:18

Local

The cold is coming to the Costa del Sol

I. Lillo / R. Aparicio

2 degrees. Further inland Ronda can expect a maximum temperature of 3 degrees and a minimum of five below zero. The forecast for Antequera is similar (-5ºC - 4ºC). Cold snap in Spain According to Aemet, Tuesday 17th sees the start of a change

09:55

Local

Snow hits Malaga province as temperatures plummet

I. Lillo / A. J. GUERRERO

Much of Andalucía was put on yellow alert on Wednesday as a cold front approached, forcing temperatures to fall more than ten degrees in places, bringing with it snowfall in several inland areas. The Aemet Meteorological Centre in Malaga registered

21:03

Local

‘More growth for Costa in 2017’, say tourism chiefs at Fitur fair

Pilar Martínez

The President of the Junta de Andalucía, Susana Díaz, officially opened the huge Andalucía stand at the Fitur travel show in Madrid on Wednesday amid official forecasts that 2017 is set to be another record year for tourism in southern Spain. Touri

13:19

Local

'More growth for Costa in 2017', say tourism chiefs at Fitur fair

Pilar Martínez MADRID

The President of the Junta de Andalucía, Susana Díaz, officially opened the huge Andalucía stand at the Fitur travel show in Madrid on Wednesday amid official forecasts that 2017 is set to be another record year for tourism in southern Spain. Touri

14:30

Local

Biggest snowfall in years turns Malaga province white

i. lillo

Yellow weather warnings were issued for much of Andalucía on both Wednesday and Thursday as a cold front approached from the north, forcing temperatures to fall more than ten degrees in places, bringing with it snowfall in several inland areas. Tem

14:11

National

January's electricity bills shoot up 20 per cent compared to a year ago

JOSÉ M. CAMARERO madrid

...of cheaper wind and hydroelectric energy being generated. Also, storms in France have reduced the output of nuclear energy. The average household bill will be 63 euros in January, of which 29 euros is made up of the power cost itself. Forecast

18:00

Opinion

Expecting the worst

Mark Nayler

...stem from Brexit and Trump's presidency, a downgrade in Spain's deficit forecast was virtually inevitable. But the rate at which the EU changes its various economic predictions, the current forecast probably won't be in circulation too long. Such

19:30

Opinion

Another sad record

IGNACIO LILLO

Something's not quite right when you lose count of the times you use the word 'record' when talking about meteorology. The weather is providing us with headlines, but also apprehension. Year after year Malaga reaches a new milestone, and since the st

12:18

Local

A brief taste of summer for Malaga

Mónica Pérez Malaga

...weekend weather in the area was short-lived as Monday saw temperatures drop back down to between 10 and 15 degrees, with cloudy weather and possible rain forecast for the rest of the week.

14:04

National

OECD report praises Spain's recovery but warns on poverty

SUR madrid

...report on Spain, Secretary-General, José Ángel Gurría, said that the OECD was increasing its forecast for Spanish economic growth in 2017 to 2.5 per cent and lowering its unemployment rate forecast to 17.5 per cent. However he critisised Spain's recent

14:23

Local

Costa ready to welcome visitors for a week of sunshine and processions

Denise Bush Malaga

...processions. Hotel owners are expecting a good Semana Santa with around 90 per cent room occupancy, up on last year, providing the weather forecast stays sunny. The weather is a big concern not only the hotels, but also for other tourist businesses such as

13:56

Local

Costa welcomes visitors for a week of sunshine and processions

Denise Bush

...processions. Hotel owners are expecting a good Semana Santa with around 90 per cent room occupancy, up on last year, providing the weather forecast stays sunny. The weather is a big concern not only the hotels, but also for other tourist businesses such as

11:36

Opinion

Risk assessment

Mark Nayler the euro zone

In its most recent tweak to global growth forecasts, the IMF has hiked Spain’s projected GDP expansion for 2017 to 2.6%, up from 2.3% in January. Although very slight, the increase is an indication that the body’s economists see no immediate threat t

16:39

Sport

A storm's brewing

Rob Palmer a look at la liga

Prepare yourselves: an almighty storm is coming and Malaga will be the epicentre! The forecast is that it will hit La Rosaleda on Saturday 20 or Sunday 21 May at a time yet to be confirmed (by the Spanish FA). It is a man-made cyclone caused by

12:25

Local

Fresh attempt to combat Guadalmar mosquitoes

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ MALAGA

...small boat to spray the edges of all the ponds and inland islets with the insecticide, once the forecast rain has passed. The regional government, that controls the land, has described the problem as a “municipal matter” and will therefore not be

19:43

Opinion

The place with no weather

Rachel Haynes

Spain’s Iberian neighbour has shown that it can produce more than tanned footballers this week. Yes, Portugal finally added a Eurovision Song Contest win to its achievements, reminding the rest of Europe that part of this peninsula we now call home i

15:19

Opinion

Weak foundations

Mark Nayler

...economy is back on track. De Guindos said that his off-the-cuff revision of the official growth forecast for this year is based on the fact that Spain’s GDP started 2017 “at cruising speed”; according to the economy minister, this means we can expect

15:10

National

Message not received

Mark Nayler

...governor Luis María Linde, who announced on Tuesday that Spain’s GDP growth this year might exceed the official forecast of 2.8%, possibly even climbing above 3%. This supports a similarly optimistic prediction offered by economy minister Luis de Guindos a

16:48

National

Come together

Mark Nayler

2017’s budget has only just been approved by a deeply fragmented congress. EU executives are also concerned about Spain’s debt, which is forecast to be 98.5% of GDP next year - over 40% in excess of the official 60% target. According to EU rules, the

13:58

Sport

Season ticket sales reach the 22,000 mark

antonio góngora

The season is yet to begin, but Malaga fans are already showing their support in numbers. 22,000 people have already bought season tickets for the upcoming campaign, surpassing even the most optimistic forecasts. With costs frozen, and even reduced

19:49

Local

Fire prevention, a slow burning issue

francisco jiménez

...and other features which could be important in terms of fire risk. These actions are aimed to protect the local population, and will be help in evacuating people if their homes were to be threatened by fire. A high risk summer with the forecast

16:53

Opinion

The magic number

Mark Nayler

...thereby increasing its April forecast of 2.6% by half a percentage point. This upward revision is the latest instalment of a numbers game in which the Spanish government is also a key participant. The IMF’s most recent tweak to its 2017 economic forecast ... most recent forecast for 2017 is now in line with the Bank of Spain’s projection of 3.1% economic expansion this year. The Bank announced that figure in June, thus cancelling its original estimate of 2.8% GDP expansion this year. As I wrote here two ... weeks ago, this ever-increasing optimism obscures issues still troubling the Spanish economy. Indeed, in announcing its latest revision to Spain’s economic forecast, the IMF warned that the country’s public debt (100% of GDP) and unemployment rate (18%)

14:22

LifeStyle

A golden age of health tourism in Marbella

PABLO COLLANTES

The patient is collected by car from Malaga airport early in the morning, and taken to a clinic in a luxury residential complex. There, accompanied by relatives, he or she may have physiotherapy after a recent operation, or undergo minor surgery whic

15:25

Opinion

Rewriting history

Mark Nayler

...its growth forecast for Spain this year, from 2.6% to 3.1%. These revisions seemed to be heading towards the magic figure of 3.2% - the rate at which Spain’s GDP was initially said to have expanded last year: the idea being that if there’s no drop in

13:06

Local

Malaga's growth forecast improves with 3.3% rise predicted this year

NURIA TRIGUERO

The economy of Malaga province looks set to grow more than initially expected this year. In just three months from June to September, the financial analysis organisation Analistas Económicas Andaluzas (AEA) has increased its growth forecast for the ... Employment in the region is expected to grow by 3.4%, half a percentage point more than the forecast announced in June. Increasing demand (both domestic and external) and the revival of the real estate sector are behind their renewed optimism of the ... unexpectedly “strong rate” that is one of the main reasons for the upward adjustment of the forecast, explained the AEA's report coordinator, Felisa Becerra. Another demand-related indicator, the registration of new vehicles, also shows a significant increase:

17:30

Opinion

From bad to worse

Mark Nayler

Partly because it fears an economic hit from the Catalonian independence issue, the Spanish government has lowered its GDP growth forecast for Spain in 2018 from 2.6% to 2.3%. But it has not yet altered its projection of 3% growth for this year,

17:40

Local

Olive production in Andalucía could be 10 per cent lower next year

SUR

Food cooperatives in Andalucía are expecting the 2017-2018 olive harvest to be at least 10 per cent lower than that of the previous season, during which 1,052,054 tonnes have been collected in Andalucía and 1,282,028 in the country as a whole. A s

18:12

Opinion

In the dark

Mark Nayler

...conflict will slow Spain's economic growth next year by three-tenths of a percentage point, and has accordingly dropped its 2018 forecast from 2.6% to 2.3%. Spain's Independent Authority for Fiscal Responsibility (Airef) thinks the impact could be greater,

12:08

Local

Andalucía announces record figures for 2017 at the World Travel Market

PILAR MARTÍNEZ / PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

Industry results and forecasts released this week have confirmed that the southern Spanish region of Andalucía is still one of Europe's top tourist destinations. The British are Andalucía's best customers and the World Travel Market (WTM), held t

15:28

Opinion

Hypothetically speaking

Mark Nayler

...this sorry affair will last is practically impossible. In making its catch-all forecast, the bank's economists imagined two extreme hypothetical scenarios playing out. In the first of these, Scenario A, the Catalonia affair is tied off by the end of

18:36

National

A return to normality

MARK NAYLER

...all (or at least for the moment) by voting for parties who oppose the region's independence; and if such a vote is returned, says Rajoy, his government will raise Spain's official growth forecast for 2018 to around 3%, up from the current 2.3%. For ... estimate for next year's GDP expansion from 2.6% a few weeks ago, in light of the chaos unleashed by an illegal referendum on Catalonian independence on October 1st. The EU is slightly more optimistic than the Spanish government in its forecast for 2018:

13:08

Opinion

No end in sight

Mark Nayler

...down from an original forecast of 2.5%; the bank also lowered its projection or 2019, from 2.2% to 2.1%. These slight downward adjustments were made because of uncertainty surrounding the Catalonia situation. Even if secessionist parties form a

13:56

Opinion

Cost analysis

Mark Nayler

Estimates for the potential cost to Spain of the Catalonia crisis are like those of Brexit for the UK: in both cases, the figures are constantly changing, depending on what side of the argument they're coming from. The latest forecast regarding the ... made by the Bank of Spain in November, De Guindos' damage forecast is actually quite optimistic. In one scenario, the Bank envisaged the secessionist issue being resolved by the end of last year, perhaps with the installation of an anti-independence