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20:32

LifeStyle

Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

...in style, as it was from Palos de la Frontera in Huelva that Columbus set sail on his first voyage to the new world. The recent problems following the illegal referendum in Catalonia will mar this year's events in Barcelona, if indeed, they happen

13:17

Local

Vote of no confidence remains in the balance after councillor no-show

Eugenio Cabezas

...local business people, into the illegal dumping of rubbish at the town's Rio de la Miel. Ciudadanos have said that until the three PP councillors under investigation have been removed from the town hall they will not sign the vote of no confidence. The

18:35

National

Secessionist drive goes down a gear as sides focus on election

SUR

...with the illegal referendum on 1 October, are now engrossed in how they are going to approach the upcoming regional election on 21 December. Thousands take to the streets to call for the release of the former ministers Having agreed to go their

18:36

National

A return to normality

MARK NAYLER

...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:

13:13

Opinion

Problem solving

Mark Nayler

The potential economic cost of the Catalonia issue has been discussed exhaustively since the illegal independence referendum on October 1st. The more constructive task now is trying to work out whether there is a solution to the economic aspect of

14:08

National

Madrid orders Catalonia to give back disputed artistic relics

ALFONSO TORICES

Catalonia and Aragón going back over two decades. They used to be in the Sijena monastery in Aragón but were sold between 1983 and 1994 to Catalan museums. These sales were subsequently declared illegal, but despite handing back some lesser value pieces,

14:11

Local

Immigrants and charities complain of conditions in Archidona prison

Debbie Bartlett

Lawyers acting for nearly 500 illegal immigrants who are being kept in the new prison in Archidona while their deportation papers are being processed claimed this week that the conditions in which they are being kept are inadequate, something the

10:51

LifeStyle

Excommunicated wine

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...attraction. One of the winery's most sought after products was its sacramental wine. José was a Roman Catholic until his death. However, in 1939 he was tried and sentenced to seven years in prison for belonging to an illegal association, the Malaga Masons,”

11:02

Local

Malaga park's parrot invasion continues as new species is discovered

IGNACIO LILLO

Rose-ringed parakeet but with a lot fewer examples (between 130 and 140). Both species are considered invasive and it is illegal to sell them commercially here. The third most common species seen in Malaga is the Senegal parrot (very attractive with a deep

11:02

National

Final countdown to Catalan regional election next Thursday

SUR

...the largest bloc of MPs but just short of an overall majority. The regional election was called after the national government intervened in October when regional MPs in the last parliament passed an illegal declaration of independence. None of the ... larger cities into smaller towns in pro-independence areas. Another police raid The campaign has been livened up this week by a further raid linked to the illegal independence referendum on 1 October. On Thursday police entered the offices of a

12:06

Local

Tensions rise in Archidona migrant detention centre

SUR

Tensions have been rising inside the new Archidona jail, which has been acting as a temporary migrant detention centre ahead of its formal opening as a prison. Currently there are some 500 illegal immigrants held there and on Wednesday, sources ... coming from the building and noises were heard inside. Meanwhile a further 53 sub-Saharan boat migrants reached El Hornillo beach near Torre del Mar, east of Malaga, on Wednesday. So far this year over 2,000 illegal immigrants have arrived by sea

14:28

Local

Council to appeal order to demolish aparthotel

SUR

The mayor of Benalmádena is to appeal a court order to demolish an aparthotel next to Torremuelle train station. The court has said that the property was built based on an illegal planning decision by then mayor, Enrique Bolín, back in 2001. ... Current town mayor, Victor Navas, has said that, while he doesn't condone the illegal planning permission, he will do all he can to avoid the council having to pay out compensation of an estimated four to five million euros to the owners.

16:57

Opinion

Business-friendly

Mark Nayler

...in total, around 2,700 have moved their headquarters from Catalonia since Puigdemont held an illegal independence referendum on 1 October. Yet since that historic day, the former journalist has made no attempt to reassure agitated businesses that ... their futures would be secure in an independent Catalonia. In this respect, Puigdemont differs from his more (ahem) commercially-savvy predecessor Artur Mas, who also held an illegal independence referendum during his time as Catalan president (and ... evidence that the CDC took over six million euros in illegal commissions from construction companies during Jordi Pujol's 23-year premiership (Pujol was Catalan president from 1980-2003). This summer, Jordi's son Oriol was sentenced to two-and-a-half years

11:40

National

Catalonia decides in 'most important election in 40 years'

SUR

...final distribution of seats and how the seven main parties expected to win seats would pact between them was the most eagerly awaited news last night. Elections were called by Madrid when the regional parliament was dissolved in October over an illegal

18:03

Local

Five more underage migrants taken into care from Archidona

FERNANDO TORRES

...workers. Archidona's unopened prison building is being used as a temporary detention centre for some 500 illegal migrants while their cases and possible deportation are being processed. Trade unions and civil rights groups continue to protest at the use

19:02

Opinion

Crisis? What crisis?

Mark Nayler

...optimistic forecasts and at double the eurozone average. Catalonia has fared less well than the country its secessionists want to divorce. Since former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont held an illegal independence referendum on October 1st, around 3,000