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10:17

Local

UK police issue urgent appeal in Spain for help to find a missing man

SUR IN ENGLISH

Police in the UK are appealing for the public's help in Spain to find Edmund Rose from Headley, who they believe has travelled to the country. Edmund, 32 was last seen on Thursday, 25 March. He is described as ‘vulnerable’ and his family are growin

00:48

Local

Malaga souvenir shops issue plea to save struggling sector

juan soto

Around fifty souvenir shop workers from all over the province met in Plaza de la Constitución in Malaga on Tuesday demanding help to save their sector. Chanting "Without help, we are condemned," the group complained that they have been forgotten duri

19:09

Sport

Late equaliser dents Malaga’s fading promotion hopes

SERGIO CORTÉS

...within reach. If we’d won, we would’ve got onto 51 points and mathematically secured safety.” The coach singled out goalscorer Scepovic for praise, saying: “Players making an impact from the bench has been an issue this season so I’m really happy that

13:00

Local

The Blevins Franks Estepona Advisory Team

Advertorial

...the London Institute of Banking and Finance. He also has a BSc (Hons) in Business and Information Technology. Andrew has a deep understanding of the Spanish tax regime, its interaction with UK rules and the key issues faced by British expatriates

20:25

National

Spain will resume vaccinations with the AstraZeneca jab next week

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / ÁLVARO SOTO

Spain will resume mass vaccinations with the AstraZeneca vaccine next Wednesday (24 March) that were interrupted last Monday after blood clotting problems in some thirty EU citizens who had been inoculated with the British formula came to light. Th

13:11

Gibraltar

Governor of Gibraltar learns about the Rock's postal history

Debbie Bartlett

...year later a new building was completed and opened. It remains Gibraltar's main post office today. Since 1886 Gibraltar has been able to issue its own stamps, and these are very much in demand from collectors.

18:20

Opinion

Ageing procedures

ANDREW J. LINN

...the quest is on for alternatives. But what would happen if the ageing activity could be fast-tracked to a point where a two-year-old wine could develop the qualities of a 20-year-old wine in days? In the eventuality the issue of storage would no longer

17:12

LifeStyle

Sales of contact lenses and ‘de-misting’ products soar in Malaga

susana zamora

As Malaga adjusts to the new normal of compulsory mask wearing, many locals have been looking for ways to resolve the problem of their glasses steaming up when wearing a face covering. Contact lenses have been the obvious choice for many, with the Sp

11:03

National

AstraZeneca sends Spain less than half of the promised doses this week

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / ÁLVARO SOTO

...the doses agreed with the Ministry of Health after also having delivery issues last week The Health ministry, headed by Carolina Darias, announced this Tuesday (13 April) the distribution of only 139,000 new doses among the regions when the

13:51

LifeStyle

6 November 1998: Spain issues formal request to extradite Pinochet

Debbie Bartlett

It was one of the most convoluted and long-drawn-out legal cases ever and in the end it came to nothing. However it was of transcendental importance in international law. As far as Spain, and Spanish judge Baltasar Garzón, were concerned, 6 November

17:13

Gibraltar

Spanish senator makes courtesy visit to Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

...which is the nearest area of Spain. After the visit, the chief minister said: "I am very pleased to have received Antonio and to have had a chance to have a discussion about the issues that are relevant to the reality of the day to day lives of

11:21

Gibraltar

Officials from Gibraltar, UK and Spain discuss post-Bresit issues

Debbie Bartlett

Officials from Gibraltar, led by the chief minister, held a preliminary meeting with UK and Spanish officials in Malaga on Tuesday last week, to discuss matters affecting Gibraltar and Spain and the EU post-Brexit, such as mobility and citizens' righ

15:33

Sport

Malaga supporters' groups issue ultimatum after cup humiliation

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

The Frente Bokerón and Malaka Hinchas, Malaga's two main supporters' groups, have both threatened to withdraw their support for the team and manager Víctor Sánchez del Amo after Tuesday's humiliating defeat to Escobedo, a side two divisions below the

10:40

Local

Neglected dogs and cats rescued from 'deplorable' conditions

FERNANDO TORRES

...neglect process in most animals, which suffered from infections, dehydration and other issues. Virtually all of the dogs had external and internal tick and flea infections. Others had a fever over 39 degrees, diarrhoea, leishmania and multiple diseases

23:21

Local

'I've been able to flag UK nationals' concerns to the Spanish government'

Rachel Haynes

...involved in solving UK nationals' problems here. The expatriate groups talked to me about varied challenges. There are regional variances in terms of applying for the TIE card and access to healthcare, concerns about driving licences - practical issues ... representatives later. Did the specific issues put to you include residency application rejections due to the date on health policies in Andalucía? I heard some cases of people having problems with documents. These are practical issues that we're very

16:37

Gibraltar

Staff at three Gibraltar schools accredited as Climate Change teachers

Debbie Bartlett

Seven teachers at Bayside, Westside and St Bernard's Upper Primary schools have now been accredited as Climate Change teachers. The course includes topics such as climate change science, gender and the environment, children and climate change, cit

16:42

Gibraltar

GibAir issues apology for Easyjet luggage mix-up

Debbie Bartlett

GibAir has apologised after Easyjet passengers' luggage was accidentally loaded onto the wrong planes last Sunday. The bags for the Gatwick flight were put into the hold of the plane heading to Manchester, and vice versa. Passengers were reunited

15:44

National

Food safety agency warns sucking prawn heads can cause health issues

ÁNGEL DE LOS RÍOS

It's something that so many people look forward during Christmas dinners in Spain: sucking the juices out of the heads of prawns, crayfish and other shellfish. But the Spanish Agency for Consumption, Food Safety and Nutrition (AECOSAN), under the umb

21:22

What to do

An artist seduced by dark themes and dark ideas that help him to paint

Antonio Javier López

José Guerrero and Gabriel Morcillo. Jose Luis is also an artist, and is exhibiting his own work in Selva del Tiempo, a series of paintings created over the last few years reflecting issues such as death, the passing of time and our fleeting

18:22

National

Spain debates injecting people over 55 with the AstraZeneca vaccine

ALVARO SOTO / MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

...belonging to the essential worker groups, including police, teachers and firefighters. The AstraZeneca vaccine has been the subject of controversy in recent weeks after thrombi and blood clotting issues were reported in around thirty European Union ... acknowledged that it could not be totally ruled out that the issues had some kind of link with the formula. The EMA's decision encouraged France, Germany and Italy to resume vaccinations with AstraZeneca on Friday. This Monday, the biotechnology firm

17:25

Local

Demolition of CAC bridge finally under way

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

The demolition of the footbridge across the river Guadalmedina, next to the CAC gallery in Malaga city, finally started this week. The bridge, which has been closed for over a year because of safety concerns over its structure, will be removed bit

12:21

LifeStyle

A passion for Andalucía inspires debut novel

Tony Bryant

...ethical and social issues that confront modern society. Flamenco Forever: An Andalusian Amor is the work of Julie Silverton, a former journalist who has lived in Benalmádena since 2015. Julie studied English Literature and Philosophy at Warwick ... issues underlying the whole story. She also focuses on the duende of flamenco, a phenomenon which is usually only experienced during a traditional Gypsy performance. "I won't give away too many of the plots, but one of them concerns the scourge of ... people-trafficking throughout Europe, which has a central part in the story, as does the use of flamenco duende by my hero to resolve his deep emotional issues. A faith dimension is touched on," she says. Ramón Ruiz, one of the UK's leading flamenco guitarists,

17:07

LifeStyle

26 March 1995: Spain implements Schengen for the first time

Debbie Bartlett

Five years later, on 19 June 1990, a Convention was signed for the concrete implementation of the Schengen Agreement, covering issues such as the abolition of internal border controls, the definition of procedures for issuing a uniform visa, operation

11:49

Gibraltar

Meetings with Tory top brass raise the profile of Gibraltar issues

DARYL FINCH

Gibraltar's chief minister, Fabian Picardo, and his deputy, Dr Joseph Garcia, have been in London this week in an attempt to raise the profile of Gibraltar issues among the Conservative party top brass. A meeting on Wednesday with current UK ... Garcia and the Attorney General Michael Llamas. The discussion centred around the Grace 1 tanker and Brexit issues. Picardo also thanked May for her support for Gibraltar during her time in office. The meeting with Jeremy Hunt the following day also

11:30

What to do

Exhibition in Torremolinos highlights the issue of equality for women

Tony Bryant

issue of equality for women. She is a member of the Association of Female Researchers and Technologists of Spain, and the Association of Artists of Malaga. The exhibition, which is free, will continue until 17 February and can be visited Monday to

11:52

LifeStyle

Novelising the social issues of expats

Tony Bryant

...focuses on the social issues of a group of five expats from very different backgrounds. Gus, who came to live in Spain in 2014, set the book in Fuengirola because it was where he first set up home on the coast. “No two expats are alike and the only ... characters are loosely based on some of the people he had met. However, the story is inspired by the songs of British Ska band, Missing Andy. The title of the novel is a line from one of the group's hits. The band's songs focus on working class issues, like ... domestic violence, an issue that plays a large part in the novel. Gus, who is a big fan of the band, felt compelled to write about the normal everyday issues of expat life on the coast, rather than the falsified stereotypical image. The author is keen to

13:17

LifeStyle

New book reveals life-changing advice about mental health issues

Tony Bryant

David knew Kemp's experience, methods and message had to be shared. He was seeing a growing number of people struggling with various metal health issues, such as addiction, depression and anxiety, but he realised that a vast number of the books being ... read by these people concentrated merely on coping or surviving with their mental health issues, but none offered any real solution. "Every time I came away from chatting with Wayne I'd be thinking, 'Wow! This really needs to be out there to help ... issues that when they feel pain, whether physical or emotional, it is a message for them to change - to stop doing something or to do something differently. "We did the interviews and wrote the book mostly in Andalucía. I have no doubt that Wayne Kemp