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12:28

Opinion

The seaweed's still there

Héctor Barbotta

Among the many things we have the pandemic to thank for, there is one that we haven't yet had to deal with, but that will most certainly demand our time and attention when the most serious and urgent Covid issues have gone. For the last nine ... have to go back to deal with issues that now seem trivial or of secondary importance. Problems that the pandemic has hidden, but that are far from being solved and are still there, even though we're not paying them attention. In the first half of

12:23

Opinion

Making things better

Mark Nayler

...greater extent, in the UK. Leaving aside the question of whether there's any scenario in which the state is justified in suspending citizens' fundamental freedoms and, if so, which of them and on what legal or constitutional basis (the key issues

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

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

12:12

Opinion

A step too far

Mark Nayler

...of needing the votes of Catalan separatists, this time in order to be sworn in as prime minister. He eventually secured them, but only after agreeing to discuss the issue of Catalan independence, or at least the possibility of a legal referendum on

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

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,

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

16:01

Opinion

Breaking fake news

Mark Nayler

"verifiably false or misleading" (according to part of the European Commission's definition of "disinformation") is, frankly, absurd - yet another instance of its apparently limitless desire to meddle in people's lives. The whole issue of fact vs opinion, ... monitor or denounce media coverage that departs from its stance on controversial issues, Covid being one of them. No one needs a government to waste its time on such tasks. The Spanish government's definition of "fake news" is also so broad that it

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

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

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

11:21

Gibraltar

Fans flock to see stars at Gibraltar music festival

Ash Bolton

...fantastic staff running this stand. "We are aware there were issues with access to the Classic Stage and we would like to extend a sincere apology to all those who were disappointed with access." "However, due to the structure of the sports hall where

12:39

Local

Benalmádena dog owners obliged to wash away their pets' urine

Tony Bryant

Benalmádena town hall has approved a new law that forces dog owners to carry a bottle of soapy water when walking their pets to reduce the effects of canine urination in public areas. The new law is an amendment to the town's existing bylaw concern

14:12

Sport

The Barça way

Rob Palmer

...start to the season but not the whole hog. You can replace him as coach but it won't cure all of the ills. The real issue is the failure to create a pathway to the first team from La Masia for the starlets. If Valverde is relieved of his duties his

11:26

Gibraltar

No sovereignty issues for Gibraltar in EU draft Withdrawal Agreement, says government

Debbie Bartlett

There are no issues of bilateralism that can cause any concern. Gibraltar, for EU purposes, has always been included in the definition of the Member State United Kingdom. This is an important part of our inclusion in the proposed Implementation Period ... and the definition of the United Kingdom in the Withdrawal Agreement. There are no matters which in any way challenge our fundamental positions on any key issues. I expect to make a ministerial statement explaining the details of the Protocol and the

15:43

Sport

La Liga chief Javier Tebas tight-lipped over Malaga's prospects

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...continue to work hard to deal with their financial issues in the next few months. Things are starting to move - let's see if they manage it," Tebas continued. Malaga are five million euros over their wage cap, and could face serious sanctions if financial

12:48

Local

Mijas issues 2.4m-euro fine for street cleaning contractor Urbaser

Ivan Gelibter

Mijas town hall has issued a 2.4-million-euro fine to Urbaser, the contractor responsible for refuse collection and street cleaning in the town. According to SUR sources, the fine has been issued for not "respecting the contract". According to th

14:08

Opinion

First things first

Mark Nayler

...ago. Sánchez's EU ambitions are understandable, even though they should take second place to more localised issues. For a country that now has one of the most rapidly growing economies in the eurozone, and which has been one of the most progressive in

19:49

Local

Fire prevention, a slow burning issue

francisco jiménez

On 30 August it will be the fifth anniversary of the most devastating fire suffered by Malaga province in decades. It began in the Barranco Blanco area of Coín but spread to Mijas, Marbella, Ojén, Alhaurín el Grande and Monda. One person died, 6,500

13:41

Opinion

No exceptions

Mark Nayler

...is on a later period. One key issue raised by Juan Carlos's reputational deterioration is whether monarchs should be granted legal invincibility for the duration of their reign. The answer, I believe, is "no". After all, if Juan Carlos was

13:14

Local

Foreign residents discuss tax issues at Mijas seminar

Rachel Haynes

...spoke of the different Spanish taxes that affect people of all nationalities who come to live in Spain, or who simply own a property here. Issues such as inheritance tax and wealth tax - about which Fernández detailed the good, the bad and the

18:43

Local

Bartering is thriving in the Axarquía

Eugenio Cabezas

...vegetables.SUR The issue of money is made very clear on the page. Exchanging items for money is banned. "We have a team of researchers, people who check the messages and as soon as someone offers money for something, they are blocked," García pointed out.

13:13

Local

Manilva town hall agrees to address stray cat issue

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

In light of the considerable number of stray cats in Manilva, the Gatos y Amigos association has held a meeting with the environment councillor, Dean Shelton, to come to an agreement about the management of the cat population. The members of the as

23:28

Sport

Javi Ontiveros excluded from the group for disciplinary issues

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...disciplinary issues, none of which are considered serious. Sources close to the camp say that he has recently broken the internal code of conduct but that this decision is not as a direct result of that. Ontiveros will train seperately from the main group for

10:26

Local

Parking fines reach their peak on the Costa del Sol

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

With the busiest period of the year on the Costa del Sol now behind us, drivers will have noticed some traffic relief this September. In the summer months the population of some resorts triples as tourists flood in. Of course this has an immediate im

15:42

Opinion

Take a (back) seat

Mark Nayler

...voters' minds when they head to the polls; and secondly, that the fraught issue of Catalonia - the political problem that seems immune to resolution - will be. During Pedro Sánchez's term as prime minister, Spain's economy has rarely been the red-hot ... the issue of Catalan independence, as far from any kind of solution now as it was in October 2017, is likely to determine where on the ballot paper the cross is etched. Vox, for example, can attribute their success in Andalucía last December largely

12:16

Local

Residents file complaint against hoarder

Alberto GÓMEZ.

Around 50 residents in the Calle Conrado del Campo in Torremolinos are awaiting a court order which they hope will bring an end to bad smells and plagues of insects affecting the building. A neighbour in their block, who has Diogenes syndrome has

13:04

Local

Francisco Delgado: "Equal pay is our greatest challenge for the future"

fernando torres

The Partido Popular representative Francisco Delgado has been at the head of the Provincial Fire Consortium since 2015, the start of the PP's second mandate at the Diputación, the Malaga provincial government. Since then, he says, the organisation ha