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20:06

Local

Only 15% of young locals can afford to leave home before the age of 30

nuria triguero

Malaga, although this is lower than the Andalusian youth unemployment figure of 43%. Many new jobs are on part-time or temporary contracts as well. Moreover, the data is getting worse, with a fall in the percentage of those under 30 who manage to live

20:08

National

Unemployment falls below four million for first time since 2008

sur

...time since the end of 2008 that the country’s jobless figure has dropped below four million. The total was helped in part as Easter, traditionally a period when a lot of tourism jobs are created, fell in April this year. The official data comes from

18:44

Opinion

Taking the credit

Mark Nayler

...creating 500,000 new jobs a year. But the joblessness statistics quoted above are misleading, because July and August are the busiest months for tourism and many workers sign temporary contracts just for the holiday season. Since regaining power last

16:54

Local

Starlite Festival threatens to quit Marbella unless it is allowed to open late at night

Héctor Barbotta

...be planned properly and risks their viability and jobs, says Starlite. It claims it is being unfairly treated by the mayor. The organisers’ frustration reached boiling point early on Thursday last week when two Local Police officers turned up at 2am ... starting legal action for what they call “obstructive and illegal behaviour”. They say jobs are being put at risk. Marbella's Puerto Deportivo nightspots get over 100 fines for disobeying closing times Starlite is not alone in feeling frustration at

17:40

Opinion

Forever autumn

Peter Edgerton

...fortunate enough to be in work during a crisis that has lasted even longer than the school holidays, get back to their jobs leaving the streets relatively calm for slackers like me to wander around daydreaming. Come October, the fun really starts - you

17:49

Local

"We're 21st century slaves," say protesting hotel room cleaners

alberto gómez

...draw attention to hoteliers who, they claim, outsource cleaning jobs to agencies and so avoid having to pay a series of benefits and a minimum wage for the sector, as employees are not counted as full hotel staff.“We are 21st century slaves,” they say.

12:25

Local

New local government looks for solution to keep Starlite

Nieves Castro

...to open later until 6am. Failure to give permission every day means the events cannot be planned properly and risks their viability and jobs, said Starlite. In mid-August Starlite issued a statement in which organisers said they were considering ... other resorts in Spain to move to and starting legal action for what they call “obstructive and illegal behaviour”. They say jobs were being put at risk. The mayor said he was bemused by the fuss, explaining the problem is with the after-concert

16:03

Local

Byblos hotel redevelopment gets the green light

Ivan Gelibter

...the end of 2017 or the start of 2018. The project, which will cost 60 million euros (including the purchase of the building), will see the creation of 200 jobs, as well as a further 500 during its reconstruction phase.

17:56

Local

Major issues to be resolved for the incoming team at Marbella town hall

Nieves Castro

...events cannot be planned properly and risks their viability and jobs, said Starlite. In mid-August Starlite issued a statement in which organisers said they were considering other resorts in Spain and starting legal action for what they call ... “obstructive and illegal behaviour”. They say jobs were being put at risk. Then mayor José Bernal said he was bemused by the fuss, explaining the problem is with the after-concert club lounge. Street cleaning As she promised upon being sworn in, Ángeles

15:18

Opinion

Returning to the roots of commerce

jeremy blatch

Joseph Fry, who started the famous Fry’s chocolates, built a small town for the employees of his factories, with all amenities, schools, hospitals, recreation facilities and a church. Work was scarce and many had to leave their hometowns to find jobs