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13:57

Sport

The end of an era as Weligton quits

P. L. ALONSO / F. MORGADO malaga cf

Retirement now looks most probable given his fitness issues, but neither the player nor the club are speaking in these terms as he continues his recovery within the team set-up. However, should he not return to playing action, a role within the club's

13:57

Sport

A taxing inheritance

Rob Palmer

issues in the UK with his parent club Watford. If he starts scoring for Malaga then he should have a chance to cut through the red tape. There are no such problems for Harper. He may be a Scotland youth international but he is returning home to the

09:21

National

Retired SUR in English editor Liz Parry in New Year’s Honours list

Rachel Haynes

The 2017 New Year’s Honours List includes a familiar name for British residents in southern Spain. The former editor of SUR in English, Liz Parry, has been awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) for services to British nationals living in Andalucía.

10:11

LifeStyle

Mijas Costa welcomes newest International Rotary Club in Spain

Tony Bryant

...also focus on local issues and charity organisations that need assistance. The club was promoted by Nina Jarlov, a long-serving Rotarian who saw the need to start a new branch on the coast. Nina was a founding member of the Rotary Club in

10:12

Local

Foreigners buy four out of ten properties sold in Malaga province

nuria triguero

It is still too early to know what effect ‘Brexit’ will have on the property market in Malaga province, but figures issued by the Ministry of Public Works for the first half of this year show that there has been a considerable increase in British buy

10:12

Gibraltar

Childline Gibraltar launches competition to raise awareness of mental health

Debbie Bartlett

Childline Gibraltar has launched a competition to help raise awareness about mental health issues and emotional difficulties affecting young people. Schoolchildren in years 6 to 11 are being invited to submit either a poem, a photograph, a story ... into a publication. The locally-based charity has seen an increase in issues such as self-harm, anxiety, depression and eating disorders, and over a third of all calls it received last year concerned a mental health topic. For further information,

10:12

Gibraltar

Chief minister speaks out about legal case accusing him of torture

Debbie Bartlett

Fabian Picardo, Gibraltar’s chief minister, says he will not be losing a minute’s sleep over the fact that members of the right-wing Vox political party have lodged a case against him with the Audiencia Nacional in Madrid, accusing him of instigating

10:12

Local

Andalucía reforms gender-based violence law to include children

Lilia Glez.-santiago

Just three days before International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, commemorated today, 25 November, Andalusian government ministers approved a reform bill affecting the regional law aimed at providing prevention and protection in

10:31

Local

Work to complete water treatment plant "imminent"

Eugenio Cabezas NERJA

...turn into an analysis of past issues, rather than looking into why work stopped on the plant early in 2016. He added that he was, "happy to help with any questions," that he is asked, adding, "they need to focus on why the work has been at a standstill

10:31

Local

A record year for Malaga airport with 16.6 million passengers

Pilar Martínez

A year to remember: 2016 was a record year for Malaga airport, with an extra two million passengers compared with 2015, bringing the total to 16.6 million. Figures issued this week by the Aena airports authority showed a growth of 15.7 per cent, almo

10:31

Local

Pollution levels on the Costa del Sol are among the lowest in Spain

IGNACIO LILLO MALAGA

There may be a continual increase in urban traffic, but Malaga province still has the lowest level of environmental pollution in Andalucía and one of the lowest in Spain, according to statistics for 2015 which have been issued recently by the Junta d

12:21

LifeStyle

The battle against sugar gets fiercer

ALEJANDRA RODRÍGUEZ health

Last month the Minister of Finance, Cristóbal Montoro, announced a package of measures which are designed to raise around eight billion dollars this year. Of this cascade of cash, the Minister calculates that 200 million will come from soft drinks. N

14:30

Local

Biggest snowfall in years turns Malaga province white

i. lillo

Yellow weather warnings were issued for much of Andalucía on both Wednesday and Thursday as a cold front approached from the north, forcing temperatures to fall more than ten degrees in places, bringing with it snowfall in several inland areas. Tem

14:06

Local

Opposition's bid to oust Alhaurín el Grande mayor ends in legal squabble

Ivan Gelibter Alhaurín El Grande

...with a different conclusion in a similar situation in 2013. Fernández's move from her party, however, has not yet been formalised at a council meeting, so she was still a member of the municipal PP group on Wednesday. The other issue that added

14:21

Gibraltar

Quality of Gibraltar's sea water improves

Debbie Bartlett gibraltar

Statistics have just been issued for the quality of the sea water off Gibraltar for 2016 and they show that it is constantly improving. All waters used for swimming are analysed on a weekly basis and classified in accordance with the 2006 standard

14:28

Local

Waste water treatment project recommences in Nerja

Eugenio Cabezas Nerja

Following a seven-month delay, work has started again on Nerja's waste water treatment station. As of last Thursday the roads around Burriana beach, to the east of the town, have been closed to traffic, in order to complete work to the main pumping s

14:36

Gibraltar

Chief minister addresses Select Committee about Brexit impact

Debbie Bartlett gibraltar

Chief minister Fabian Picardo appeared before the House of Commons Select Committee on Exiting the European Union on Wednesday to discuss a number of issues regarding Gibraltar and the impact of Brexit. He was quick to refute recent claims from ... down the importance of the joint sovereignty issue in Brexit negotiations, in a noticeably softer approach than that of his predecessor José Manuel García-Margallo. In an interview with the Financial Times, Sr Dastis said that if Gibraltar wants to

18:29

Local

'Piercing' the Porcupine sees again

Ignacio LIllo Malaga

He's called Piercing, he's a porcupine at Bioparc Fuengirola and he's become the first of his species to have a cataract operation, a visual problem which limits mobility and is also suffered by humans. He can now see clearly again and has returned t

10:31

Gibraltar

Concern over emissions from CEPSA refinery last weekend

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

Gibraltar government issued a statement to say that it is taking decisive action to follow the matter up at the highest levels, and would be raising the issue with the EU Commission as a matter of urgency.

20:35

Sport

Añón goal puts Marbella one point off top spot

optasports Almeria

...side. At the other end the visitors could have extended their lead before the break, but they spurned the couple of good opportunities that they created. The flow of the game did not alter after the break, with El Ejido attempting to force the issue

15:07

Local

Plan finally approved to conserve area around La Duquesa castle

LEANDRO PAVÓN Manilva

...and Junta water officials last year resolved the issue and succeeded in unblocking the plan. The cost of putting the plan into action is estimated to be five million euros. Most of this will be met by the council, although 750,000 euros will come

11:08

Local

Americans in Malaga raise their voices against Trump policies

Kishan Vaghela Malaga

...affected by the policies. “These issues do affect everybody. We want this to be a group that is focused on progressive issues, and one that although may not be very big, will hopefully be very active,” she added.

11:33

Local

Junta hopes to open botanic gardens despite dispute over management

Eugenio Cabezas Nerja

...complement to the caves and it would be logical to look for a way to manage them together," Ruíz Espejo told SUR, adding that he was due to meet with managers of the foundation to discuss the issue soon. However, the foundation responded by saying that it

17:57

Opinion

Behind a surname

Rachel Haynes

issues that inevitably come up in a conversation between a Briton and a Spaniard, each finding it hard to digest the other's explanations. I was brought up with mums and dads, aunties and uncles, family units, all sharing the same surname. Today, I don't

10:44

National

Passport campaign launched to help Brits living in EU countries

JENNIE RHODES MALAGA

...persuade the European Union to issue EU passports to any EU citizens who are at risk of losing their rights and freedoms as a result of Brexit. The European Citizens' Initiative is an EU scheme that allows citizens to propose legislation if they can

10:49

Local

Campaign to combat dog waste begins

L. P. estepona

Councillor for Parks and Gardens, Sergio Rodríguez, has announced that measures will soon be put in place to encourage dog owners to take more responsibility for their pets' waste. Flyers will be distributed to explain the importance of the issue

11:38

Local

Residents appeal for road toll to be lifted when A7 is congested

Mónica Pérez Marbella

...hospital," she said. The petition has already made some progress as a motion put forward by the Izquierda Unida party on the issue is due to be debated by Marbella council today, Friday. The proposal is to call for the ministry to set up a commission

11:49

National

Government defiant after defeat by House of Lords

Debbie Bartlett Malaga

It has been hailed as a victory and also as a humiliating defeat for the British government. On Tuesday the House of Lords voted 358 to 256 to amend the Article 50 Bill by including a clause to safeguard the rights of EU nationals in the UK after Bre

14:25

Local

Costa mayors support the lifting of AP-7 road toll when A-7 is congested

Ivan Gelibter Malaga

...change. The mayor of Mijas, Juan Carlos Maldonado, has also demonstrated his support by putting the issue forward in parliament, requesting a general decrease in the AP-7 road toll, regardless of how congested the A-7 is. For Costa del Sol residents this

11:06

Local

"We want to convince them that it's necessary for the services in a town"

Jennie Rhodes Malaga

The head of the Malaga office of Spain's national statistics institute works closely with town halls across Malaga to get up-to-date information about the number of foreign residents living in the province. He and his team work with the local authori

11:12

Local

Business owners look towards success in the digital era

SUR IN ENGLISH MALAGA

...were welcomed at the start of the evening by the regional vice-president of the British Chamber of Commerce in Andalucía, Derek A. Langley, who later invited those present to discuss the issues further over drinks and tapas.