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20:31

Local

Malaga Airport ended July with a 3.8 per cent increase in passengers

SUR

The airport which serves the Costa del Sol is seeing a continual increase in passenger numbers. The figures for July show that the month ended with 3.8 per cent more than in July. It has also been shown that 2,228,460 travellers arrived or departed ... January and the end of July, a total of 11,443,706 travellers passed through Malaga Airport. This was 5.9 per cent more than the same period last year. In total, there were 84,062 flights to or from Malaga, which was an increase of 4.7 per cent compared ... the other principal markets for Malaga Airport in July. The busiest day in terms of intensity of traffic at the airport was 13 July, which was a Saturday. On that day 543 flights landed or took off. The busiest day so far this year in terms of

10:53

Local

Costa maximum temperatures were almost two degrees warmer than normal in July

IGNACIO LILLO

Temperatures on the Costa continue their upward climb, with above-average highs in July. Provisional data from the Aemet weather station, at El Cónsul near Malaga Airport, shows that the average daily maximum temperature was 32.4 degrees last month, ... jellyfish affecting bathers this August Overall, the meteorologists at the station near the airport, which is the reference point for the whole province, have classed July as "very warm". Apart from climate change, the increase is being put down to more

11:48

Local

Estepona feria attended by 185,000 people

C. MÁRQUEZ.

Some 185,000 people attended the annual fair in Estepona which took place from 2 to 7 July, according to the councillor for Culture, Begoña Ortiz. Ortiz added that the fair had been "a great success" and that it ended "without any serious

13:38

LifeStyle

26 July 1875: The birth of celebrated poet Antonio Machado

TONY BRYANT

Antonio Machado Ruiz was a Spanish poet and one of the leading figures of the literary movement known as the Generation of '98. Son of the celebrated Spanish folklorist Demófilo, Machado was born in Seville on 26 July 1875, one year after his ... great acclaim from audiences in the capital. The outbreak of the Spanish Civil War in July 1936 was to separate the Machado brothers forever. Manuel remained in the Nationalist zone, but Antonio left Madrid with his elderly mother and went to

11:02

Local

Hotels are offering discounts again as July bookings are lower than expected

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

In different areas and at different meetings, the managers of hotels on the Costa del Sol, whether large resorts, luxury or traditional establishments, have all agreed that the first half of July has been quieter than expected. At the end of June ... special offers to attract business, but at least it has put an end to the price increases which had marked previous summer seasons. The president of the Aehcos hotels association, Luis Callejón Suñé, doesn't mince his words: "the forecasts for July have ... Costa del Sol, unlike recent years, the hotels have even had vacancies at weekends in July. Since 2017, demand for weekend bookings had increased so much that some hotels had begun to insist on a four-night minimum stay. However, Sánchez does point out

12:38

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's Island Games start officially on Saturday

Debbie bartlett

Gibraltar is hosting the 2019 Island Games and sports lovers have a real treat in store from 6 to 12 July. Fourteen sports are represented this year: athletics, badminton, basketball, beach volleyball, cycling, judo, sailing, shooting, squash,

12:01

LifeStyle

19 July 1808: Spain's victory in the Battle of Bailén

LUCY NEWBY

On 19 July 1808, the bloody Battle of Bailén came to a close. After four days, the Spanish, led by Generals Francisco Castaños and Theodor von Reding, had, against all odds, defeated the Napoleanic troops led by General Pierre Dupont de l'Étang. ... Between 16 and 19 July, the Spanish forces attacked the French at various points on the Guadalquivir river forcing the French away from the region. After days of battle in unbearable heat, General Pierre Dupont and his forces were defeated on 19 July

14:51

LifeStyle

12 July 1979: Dozens die in hotel blaze in Zaragoza

CHARLOTTE WAY

On 12 July 1979, Zaragoza became the site of tragedy, as the city's five-star Corona de Aragón hotel was engulfed in flames. More than 70 people lost their lives to the fire, and scores more were hospitalised, suffering grave injuries as a result of ... burns and inhalation of smoke. Among distinguished guests staying at the Corona de Aragón on 12 July were Franco's widow Carmen Polo, her daughter and son-in-law and key military figures. The Academia General Militar, Zaragoza, was due to celebrate the ... hospitalised hotel guests who had fallen victim to the flames. On 13 July, more than 3,000 people paid their respects to the dead at a funeral at Zaragoza Cathedral. Investigation into the blaze pronounced the tragedy accidental; 20 litres of oil had caught

20:42

Local

Crack down on fake disabled parking badges in Rincón de la Victoria

SUR.

Police in Rincón de la Victoria have started a crack down on fake blue disabled parking badges. Officers have already issued 25 fines and gathered reports for fake badges being used between July and September. Officers have released images of