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14:16

Local

Marbella's congress centre gets new mural

New life is being given to the façade of the Palacio de Congresos in Marbella as Estepona artist Curro Leyton paints one of the largest murals in the world, covering almost 3,600 square metres. With geometrical forms in the Cubist style, Leyton is

15:38

What to do

The Costa del Sol gets ready for the Fiesta de San Juan

Tony Bryant

The Costa del Sol will be illuminated with bonfires and fireworks on Sunday 23 June, as thousands of people crowd onto the beaches to enjoy the Fiesta de San Juan. The celebrations, which generally start around 10pm, include the tradition of the mora

12:44

Local

Village gets new lick of blue paint three years after Smurf deal ended

VANESSA MELGAR

The tiny village of Júzcar, in the mountains near Ronda, has been busy freshening up the famous blue paint on its traditional houses ahead of the peak summer tourist season. It is now eight years since the first time the blue paint cans came out to

13:33

Opinion

Revenge, a political weapon

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...sums given to political parties for their expenses, which benefits Cuín and González. The former will get a salary of 52,000 euros a year, plus 1,100 euros for her party. And the latter gets 46,500 euros. In other words, the new Torremolinos council

17:32

Sport

Getafe gets its allure back

Rob Palmer

It really is the story of football's own Ugly Duckling; Getafe was a club where people struggled to see any redeeming feature but is about to flourish into a thing of beauty. It's a distinct possibility that the team you must work hard to locate on

14:50

Sport

The Marbella ATP Challenger gets under way at Puente Romano

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

The Marbella ATP Challenger tournament got under way on the central court at the Puente Romano tennis club in Marbella on Monday and will bring together some of tennis' top stars all week, with the final taking place on Sunday 31 March at 11am. DAY

14:37

Local

Good weather is forecast for next few days as tourist industry gets ready

Pilar MARTÍNEZ / Ignacio LILLO

It wasn't just the thousands due to take part in the religious processions that have been watching the skies ahead of next week. Bosses in the tourism sector were hoping for a dry start to the peak season this year with high occupancies expected in h

19:28

Local

Malaga gets summer link to Bahrain

Pilar Martínez

Connections from the Costa del Sol to the Middle East are set to get even better this summer. Gulf Air, which flies from its hub in Bahrain, has announced that it will operate into Malaga from 14 June to 15 September. The new route is in addition

14:59

Sport

Lydia Valentín finally gets her hands on Olympic gold

Alberto GÓMEZ

Spanish weightlifter Lydia Valentín last Thursday finally got her hands on her Olympic gold medal, almost seven years after the Games in London. After three of her rivals were disqualified for doping, Valentín has now been given the gold medal whic

18:14

Gibraltar

Gib international chess festival gets under way

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar international chess festival began on Tuesday 22 January, and will continue until Thursday 31st. Several star players are competing for the £25,000 first prize, including top seed Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, the sixth best player in the

13:41

Local

Marbella seafront square gets overhaul

Nieves Castro

The Plaza del Mar, the open space above the car park and shopping centre alongside the seafront at the western end of central Marbella, has had a revamp. Local residents had been complaining about the poor state of repair and overall neglect. Now the

11:48

Local

Malaga gets its share of El Gordo

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

It was 12.35 on Saturday morning when one of the singing lottery number announcers pulled out El Gordo. The first prize in Spain's annual Christmas lottery, whose minor prizes had been sung out by children from the San Ildefonso choir since 9am, had

20:26

Local

Final stage of rescue operation gets under way

Juan Cano / Álvaro Frías / Fernando Torres

After days of complications, the vertical tunnel that miners are using to rescue two-year-old Julen in Totalán was finally ready for the next stage of the operation on Thursday. After final safety checks the first pair of miners were lowered inside

11:58

Local

Ryanair set to reach deal with unions over Spanish workers' rights

SUR

As the airline flying the most passengers from Malaga airport, any news from Ryanair normally has an impact on a lot of people across southern Spain. So it was to the relief of many this week that two problems hanging over the Irish-registered air

14:22

Local

Three-million-euro improvements plan gets off the ground in El Mirador

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Residents in El Mirador are the first to benefit from Marbella town hall's new 'Plan de urbanizaciones' which will pump three million euros into residential developments in the municipality. After analysing the needs of numerous areas in the town,

13:28

Local

Largest hotel complex on the coast gets rebrand and makeover

Pilar Martínez

Finishing touches are being made to the transformation of three neighbouring hotels in Torremolinos owned by the same group into one unified complex. The well-known Don Pablo, Don Pedro and Don Marco hotels, in the Playamar area, will now be marke

13:19

What to do

A musical reunion in one of Malaga's most tranquil spots

Jennie Rhodes

Jewish, and the cello was hidden in a bank vault in Copenhagen." Both the cellist and the cello survived the war, and the instrument ended up in New York, where John acquired it. The cello gets its own plane ticket and a window seat "It's almost a family

14:36

National

Sagrada Familia finally gets planning consent

CRISTIAN REINO.

The world-famous Sagrada Familia construction site in Barcelona has finally got a building licence 136 years after the basilica was started by renowned architect, Antoní Gaudí. Although the towers reach up to 150 metres high, until now the city cou

13:41

National

First train operator to compete with Renfe gets a new partner

SUR

Leading infrastructure and transport operator, Acciona, has told regulators that it has teamed up with Ilsa, owners of Iberia regional franchisee, Air Nostrum, to be the first private operators to compete with state-owned Renfe when Spain's rail mark

13:21

Local

Axarquía gets funds for olive oil museum and raisin research centre

EUROPA PRESS

The Diputación de Málaga provincial government has awarded a number of town halls in the Axarquía funds to roll out a number of projects. Cómpeta town hall has been awarded 250,000 euros to set up an olive oil museum. The town's old olive oil facto

12:02

Local

Malaga council gets serious with new kit for city's Local Police

F. GUTIÉRREZ

Officers in the town-hall-controlled Local Police in Malaga city have been showing off their new equipment for special operations. The nation's Local Police aren't know for their frequent intervention in serious disturbances or criminal activity,

09:51

Sport

Cubillo's reign as Marbella boss gets off to worst possible start

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

The new coach is not a miracle worker. Without any reinforcements, four injuries to first-team regulars and a squad that has lost five of the last six games, it came as little surprise that Marbella lost on their return to action after the Christmas

10:28

Sport

Second consecutive home victory gets Marbella back on track

Julio RODRÍGUEZ

The recovery continues. Marbella picked up their second consecutive victory on Sunday as goals from Juanma and Mustafá sealed a 2-0 home victory over Talavera. Outgoing president Alexander Grinberg was at the match and presented captain Añón with a

17:23

Local

Marbella gets ready for world launch of Audi's new eco-friendly cars

Mónica Pérez

Car manufacturer Audi has started setting up its global Audi Dealer Meeting 2019, which it is hosting at Marbella's convention centre. The prestigious event will take place between 22 January and 14 February and bring together 6,000 executives from

11:09

Local

Arroyo de la Miel sports centre gets facelift

ALBERTO GÓMEZ.

Renovation work on the Arroyo de la Miel football pitches and athletics track is now under way. The project has a budget of 1.2 million euros and is being financed by the town hall and the regional government. The works are due to be complete by D

16:02

Opinion

A ham marriage

ANDREW J. LINN

The unwritten rule is that the prices should be the same and no buyer benefits by going direct. This excellent Ribera del Duero is also available via major department stores, and is as good as it gets at the very fair price of 16.50 euros. Asparagus

14:50

Local

New Alhaurín el Grande business park gets initial approval

F. TORRES.

The plot development plan for a new business park in Alhaurín el Grande, set to be "the main industrial and commercial centre in the area" received the approval of the council on Tuesday. The 513,000-square-metre space, however, must still get the

13:43

Local

Reclining statue gets her view back after artist's plea

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A bronze statue by a well-known artist titled 'Reclining woman looking out to sea' can finally look out and be seen again. The work, in central Marbella near El Faro, had become hidden behind plants and the sculptor, Ramón Aymerich, had grown tired o

14:56

LifeStyle

Juan Diego, the paralysed boy who gets his village moving

FERNANDO TORRES

Álora. The first steps are always hard work. When Juan Diego was born, his parents set off on a path full of joys and difficulties. The first few months of their little boy's life passed normally, but then came the age when he started to move about o

12:10

Local

Embassy gets preview of planned triple tribute to Gálvez in the US

REGINA SOTORRÍO

The Spanish embassy in Washington hosted the presentation on Tuesday of three tributes to the eighteenth-century war hero, Bernardo de Gálvez, who was born in Macharaviaya, in the Axarquía. An opera, film and statue of the Spanish military figure w

13:39

LifeStyle

Escape to the villages of the Axarquía and cool off

Jennie Rhodes

Another hugely popular tourist attraction in Nerja is the Chíllar river hike. Often overcrowded at weekends, it is best to go during the week. The route starts off along a dry river bed and eventually gets to a stream and then waterfalls and the narrow

17:37

LifeStyle

American Club gets ready to celebrate

Tony Bryant

It is estimated that around 4,000 North Americans live in Andalucía and many of them will already be preparing for next Wednesday's celebrations. Several events have been organised by The American Club of the Costa del Sol, which was formed in 1974.

15:04

Opinion

Family squabbles

A. J. Lynn

...and family relationships too. The wine industry sees more problems of this type than other businesses, but this is possibly because it gets more column inches. The family breakup affecting a small engineering firm does not have the same impact. The

15:19

Sport

Malaga's preseason gets off to a bad start

Antonio Góngora

It wasn't a day to remember for Juan Ramón Muñiz, as his third spell in charge of Malaga got under way with a 3-0 defeat to Nottingham Forest at the Marbella Football Center on Monday morning. The Blue and Whites looked far from the finished produc

12:33

LifeStyle

A flavour of the Costa Tropical

Jennie Rhodes

Almuñécar, on the Costa Tropical, is celebrating 20 years of gastronomy this weekend, with the annual Feria Gastronómica in the town's Parque El Majuelo. The event, which is organised by the Almuñécar Valle Tropical hospitality association, officia