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16:09

What to do

Traditional song and dance at two-day flamenco festival

Tony Bryant

...with a lineup of artists that includes the celebrated Chato de Malaga, an old-school style singer from Granada who has lived in Malaga for many years. Also on the bill is one of Malaga's top female singers, Rocío Alcalà. This popular singer has

19:01

National

Granada's Alhambra opens again to visitors

sur

After three months closed to the public due to the coronavirus health crisis, members of the public once again were able to admire the courtyards and palaces of the Alhambra in Granada on Wednesday. Visitor numbers are limited to half the

16:33

Local

Key part of the Malaga and Granada high-speed rail link will be ready by the end of the year

IGNACIO LILLO

The cities of Malaga and Granada could be connected by AVE high-speed train by the end of this year, or early 2021 at the latest. The key part of the works which will enable the service to begin is the new Antequera-Ciudad station, which is now ... Renfe says the station will open and the Avant, the medium-distance service between Malaga and Granada, will start running very soon, once all the necessary safety permits have been granted. The rail operator has decided to wait for those before selling

15:31

What to do

Art, music, culture and more

Denise Bush

Estudio de Ignacio del Río, C/Lorenzo 29. The exhibition consists of colourful paintings by the late Granada artist Pepa Caballero. Museo Revello de Toro Malaga Closed Mondays. C/Afligidos. Félix Revello de Toro is a distinguished Malaga ... take place during the summer. Places are limited. Tickets on the webpages Oh Salvaje and King Ocio as well as from post offices. https://ohsalvaje.com/conciertos/ Conciertos en la Cuarto Fase Granada. 9.30pm. Plaza de las Culturas, Centro ... Cultural Caja Granada. 7 August, 9.30pm Fon Román. 8 August, 9.30pm Arco. Tickets: http://www.entradascajagranada.es/ Día de la Juventud Torremolinos . 12, 13 August. Plaza San Miguel. Torremolinos will be celebrating

14:20

Local

Prison wants to locate victims of Malaga serial rapist

J. C. / J. R. V.

Prison services are trying to locate the victims of Malaga serial rapist Juan Carlos G. R, who is nearing semi-freedom after serving 17 of a 271-year sentence. The authorities want to ensure that the integration centre he is sent to respects the 2

21:14

Local

Malaga and Granada provinces move to Phase Two of lockdown easing

SUR

The provinces of Malaga and Granada will move into Phase Two of Spain's lockdown easing plan on Monday 1 June. The announcement was made by the Health Minister, Salvador Illa on Thursday evening, a day earlier than expected. The regional ... Health minister, Jesús Aguirre said, “Neither Malaga nor Granada should stay one more day in Phase One.” Last weekend there was disappointment as both provinces once again failed to keep up with the rest of Andalucía as it moved to Phase Two. Less ... it could move to Phase Two on Monday as well as Malaga and Granada provinces. For those areas already in Phase Two, the earliest they are expected to move to Phase Three is on 8 June, providing the data on new cases remains favourable. Four

16:56

Local

Malaga and Granada provinces remain in Phase One of lockdown easing plan

SUR

Malaga and Granada provinces remain in Phase One of Spain's lockdown easing plan, the Health minister, Salvador Illa, announced on Friday. Illa, and the government spokesperson, María Jesús Montero, announced at a press conference on Friday ... Malaga and Granada, however, have only been in Phase One since Monday 18 May, although the local and regional authorities had urged the government ministers to move all eight provinces together to avoid having a two-speed Andalucía. Illa explained that

21:02

Local

Regional government confident that Malaga and Granada will be in Phase One next week

María Dolores Tortosa / Ángel Escalera

Madrid that the provinces of Malaga and Granada would be held back in Phase Zero, delaying the further relaxation of restrictions on movement and the planned reopening of small businesses and pavement terraces. The decision was slammed by the regional ... government, whose president, Juanma Moreno, called for an immediate review of the situation. He said that holding back Malaga and Granada had damaged the reputation of the Costa del Sol and the Costa Tropical as tourist destinations, just as they were trying ... Granada city areas not meeting the requirements, however it had expected the government to divide the provinces into health districts so that Phase Zero restrictions would only be maintained in the city areas if at all. The government responded to the

14:53

Local

Phase Three brings relief as travel is permitted around Andalucía

IGNACIO LILLO / SUR

...to 20 people. Distancing of 2 metres and masks compulsory in enclosed areas, on public transport and where distancing not possible. Movement permitted around Andalucía (Almeria, Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaén, Malaga and Seville), but not into ... Salvador Illa, said that Malaga and Granada would move up a phase, despite being a week behind their neighbours in the "unlocking" process. Many Andalusians from landlocked provinces such as Cordoba and Seville made the most of their first opportunity in

14:15

Sport

Femenino come unstuck against strong Granada side

MARINA RIVAS

Malaga's return to form was halted on Saturday by high-flying Granada who breezed to a 2-0 victory on the Malaga Football Federation's grounds. Malaga were outplayed from the get-go by the visitors who are currently second in Grupo Sur de Reto ... Iberdrola. The Blue and Whites knew that this would be a particularly challenging fixture with Granada on a streak of six consecutive wins and a strong chance of promotion at the end of the season. Malaga's usually strong offensive trio - Gabi, Ayano ... and Buceta - didn't cause Granada's defence many problems. In fact, captain Adriana recorded Malaga's only shot on target in the first half. Granada controlled the game from the first whistle. Noelia Gil was kept busy in the home goal as the