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17:23

What to do

A return to Malaga 22 years after the exhibition organised by SUR

Antonio Javier López

"It was curated by Francisco Parauta, who had the idea of putting the greys upstairs, nearer the sky, and the colours on the ground floor, nearer the earth and nature". "I really like Malaga. It's a lovely city," Scully said at the CAC Malaga duri

17:44

Opinion

Government... when?

Mark Nayler

In Madrid on Monday, acting Socialist prime minister Pedro Sánchez presented his party's new slogan ahead of the November 10th general election: "Government Now, Spain Now". Given that Spain's been without a fully-functioning administration since ... the end of April - the second governmental vacuum in four years - it's hard not to regard the promise of a quick solution with scepticism; more accurate, but admittedly less snappy, would be "Government Soonish, Spain Soonish". Nevertheless, the ... government (it holds 123 of the 350 seats in congress), Sánchez's PSOE has already demonstrated considerable pragmatism when it comes to Brexit, especially the possibility of the UK leaving the EU without a deal. This March, the Socialists passed a Royal

10:14

Gibraltar

Picardo wins Gibraltar general election

Debbie Bartlett

The GSLP-Liberals have won the General Election in Gibraltar that took place on Thursday. The party led by Chief Minister Fabian Picardo has been voted in for a third four-year term with 52.5 per cent of the votes. Picardo received the highest number

16:52

National

Government closes Valle de los Caídos ahead of Franco's exhumation

MATEO BALÍN

...between Friday 18 and Tuesday 22, according to government sources, following a long legal battle with the former dictator's grandchildren. From tomorrow, Saturday, the complex belonging to National Heritage will be closed to the public for security

13:38

Local

Central government approves modification to sewage plant

Eugenio Cabezas

The central government's representative in Malaga province, María Gámez, announced via her Twitter account last Friday, that the modification to Nerja's long-awaited sewage treatment plant project has been approved. She tweeted (in Spanish): Good ... news for #Nerja #Malaga - Modification for waste water station approved. The announcement came two weeks after Nerja's mayor, José Alberto Armijo, met with central government representatives in Madrid to discuss the outstanding works. Despite 90 per ... cent of the plant being complete since May, approval for the modification, which is for work omitted in the original plan and valued at an extra two million euros, is needed to be given by central government for the project to be completed. While SUR

12:50

National

Brexit Secretary says UK government is committed to protecting healthcare

SUR in English

The UK government's Brexit secretary, Steve Barclay, met with representatives of British residents in Spain during his visit on Thursday to Madrid where he discussed the UK's exit from the EU and citizens' rights with Spanish foreign minister Josep ... really useful to meet citizens’ rights groups representing British nationals living in Spain to hear about their concerns on things like healthcare. We are absolutely committed to protecting healthcare - we are in discussions with the Spanish government ... on that. Through the Royal Decree, the Spanish Government has given good support to citizens here, compared to other member states.” He added: “We are committed to getting a deal - that is the best way to safeguard citizens’ rights. And we will

12:26

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government calms fears after Yellowhammer report

Debbie Bartlett

Following the publication by the Sunday Times of a leaked UK government report into the consequences of a no-deal Brexit, the Gibraltar government quickly issued a statement saying that it wasn't what it seemed. The report, part of Operation ... Yellowhammer contingency plans for a civil emergency, referred to problems arising such as four-hour queues to cross the border, a shortage of food and medicines in Gibraltar and problems with waste disposal. It caused considerable alarm, but the government ... identified some time ago and notified to the UK government, and had then worked on to resolve them. That had now been done, he insisted, saying that Gibraltar does not want a no-deal Brexit, but is prepared for it if it happens. However, he also made the

10:20

Local

Regional government of Andalucía reassures worried owners that a solution will be found for their irregular homes

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ / JENNIE RHODES

The president of the Junta de Andalucía was in the Axarquía on Thursday, 5 September, to speak about a planned new regional government decree on illegal homes. Juanma Moreno said it should help many of the 22,000 homes in the east of Malaga province ... around 500 affected owners. Moreno gave assurances that his government would solve the problem during this term of office. The regional president, who was elected last year, said he wanted to reassure the homeowners affected that "for the first time in ... many years there is a government in the Junta de Andalucía that is ready to look for a solution to the problem". According to Moreno, the problem of the irregular housing doesn't just affect the homeowners who have been living with the threat of