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11:14

Local

Lions from around the world learn about leadership in Malaga

FERNANDO TORRES MALAGA

...countries attended classes in three languages as well as social functions. Groups divided into English, French and Spanish speakers studied several issues related to the association at the city's NH hotel. Joshua Friedman from the central offices in

11:50

Gibraltar

Working group established to investigate gender equality

Debbie Bartlett GIBRALTAR

...plans, a working group has been formed to look at whether there is a gender pay issue. In her press release, Sacramento said that "in Gibraltar we are privileged in that women have equal access to education, healthcare and employment. For many women,

20:59

Local

Thousands demand "real equality" during International Women's Day march

A. PÉREZ-BRYAN / SUR MALAGA

From social media to the streets, calls for equality for women were louder and more numerous than ever on Wednesday to mark International Women's Day. Messages, banners and hashtags called for real equality in society, bringing up issues such as

15:43

Local

Yunquera commemorates Peninsular War battle

Fernando Torres Yunquera

More than 300 people in the town of Yunquera took part in the sixth edition of the 'Yunquera Guerrillera', a three-day event that commemorates the battle that took place in the municipality during the Peninsular War as Napoleon attempted to enlarge h

10:37

Local

Costa Galera residents repeat footbridge demand

LEANDRO PAVÓN ESTEPONA

...the risk of crossing the A-7 will increase. It is a great danger," said Antonio Carmona, the residents' spokesman. "The council have dropped the ball on the issue," he added. Residents are also campaigning for the seasonal bus stop to be placed this

10:44

Local

Two messages to drive women's social and professional business

RACHEL ARMSTRONG MARBELLA

Friday 10 March, at Andalucia Lab in Marbella. Seven international speakers delivered talks about various issues women face in business, offering the 130 attendees tips on how to 'make it happen' in a corporate and personal sense. Ticket sales and

11:05

Local

Thomas Cook chooses Costa for global summer planning meeting

ALBERTO GÓMEZ TORREMOLINOS

...factors affecting the tourism market and to anticipate operational issues that may occur from now until the end of the summer. Spain is Thomas Cook's most popular destination, with the company expecting to look after a similar number this summer to the

15:37

Opinion

IS THE EURO REALLY THE DEUTSCHMARK?

JEREMY BLATCH

...refusing to allow the Greek government to guarantee worthless Greek paper so that it could be held as collateral by the IMF to issue credit to pay German banks. Against the German finance minister there could only be one victor. Varoufakis resigned, only to

20:45

Local

W hotel chain to open luxury resort on the beach in Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

A leading luxury hotel chain is to open an establishment in Marbella. On Thursday, the W chain signed an agreement with the Platinum Estates investment group, which is developing a project in the area of the sand dunes at Real de Zaragoza, to manage

11:44

Gibraltar

House of Lords expresses strong support for Gibraltar post-Brexit

Debbie Bartlett GIBRALTAR

Chief minister Fabian Picardo and deputy chief minister Dr Joseph García were in London on Tuesday for meetings and for the evening debate in the House of Lords about the impact which Brexit is likely to have on Gibraltar. Afterwards, the Gibraltar

11:52

Local

Mijas councillor quizzed over PP claims

Ivan Gelibter MIJAS

Francisco Martínez, the only councillor in Mijas town hall of the Costa del Sol Sí Puede party, which is affiliated to Podemos, was questioned by public prosecutors in Malaga yesterday. It follows last week's revelations, emerging from taped conver

10:38

Local

Three of Malaga's radar traps are among the most active in Spain

I.LILLO/J.CANO Malaga

The province remains the leader in terms of fines produced by permanent radar cameras, according to the latest report by the Automovilistas Europeos Asociados (AEA) association. The speed trap just before the false tunnel by the Carlos Haya hospital,

12:06

LifeStyle

31 March 1492: The Alhambra Decree was issued to expel Jews from the country

Debbie Bartlett 31 march 1492

On 31 March 1492 the Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabella, issued the Alhambra Decree, also known as the Edict of Expulsion, giving notice to all practising Jews to leave the kingdoms of Castile and Aragón and their territories and possessions b

12:37

National

Malaga-based Unicaja Banco set for Spanish-stock-market listing

NURIA TRIGUERO MALAGA

Unicaja Banco has begun the process towards being listed on the Spanish stock market, and become the first entity from Malaga to do so. A shareholders' meeting is due to be called on 26 April to give the go-ahead to a new share issue, which would ... lead to 625 million euros of extra share capital and be aimed at Spanish and international investors. The 625 million shares will increase Unicaja Banco's share capital from 922.8 million euros to over 1.5 billion. The new issue, which has been given

13:49

National

Brits in Spain await Brexit talks outcome

J. RHODES / A. CORBILLÓN Malaga/Madrid

30 per cent, live compared with other EU countries. The group is also championing a petition, which must be signed by at least one million people across a minimum of seven member states, to ask the European Union to issue 'European Citizen' ... citizens to propose legislation. Bremain in Spain has used the initiative to launch the EU passport idea, Choose Freedom. Existing EU legislation says the ability already exists (Regulation 1417/2013) for the EU to issue EU passports to diplomats and

16:35

Gibraltar

Gibraltar flung to the forefront prior to Brexit negotiations

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

For many who voted for Brexit in last year’s EU referendum, Wednesday 29 March was a long-awaited day of celebration. Triggering Article 50 was like firing a party gun and releasing colourful streamers to add to the fun and festivities. A few days