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16:35

Local

Perth, the Australian city with the same climate as Malaga

IGNACIO LILLO

If you were to read about "a metropolis of busy beaches and great nightlife", you might think it was referring to Malaga, but this was actually said in a travel feature about Perth, Australia. A study by Malaga university has discovered that the two

15:42

Local

Antonio, the organ driver

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

He was more used to picking up passengers, but then he took a decision which changed not only his life but also that of others. Twenty-five years ago, Antonio de los Ríos applied to be permitted to transport organs for transplants, in response to a r

19:27

National

Latest migrants in the Canaries put into empty holiday bungalows

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Canarian capital Las Palmas caused angry scenes in parliament. Local MPs demanded the government open up more accommodation and slammed Madrid for not coming to the aid of the Canary Islands' authorities. Eventually, 139 of the migrants, all young men,

13:39

LifeStyle

Tapas route launched to support local catering businesses

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

A new initiative by the catering establishments and backed by the town hall in Alhaurín de la Torre hopes to give local businesses a boost. It consists of a tapas route which will offer potato-based tapas and a drink for 2.90 euros. The route is

13:36

What to do

Local musicians join forces to support the Salón Varietés theatre

Tony Bryant

More than 30 of the Costa del Sol's top musicians and singers will participate in the Salón Benefit Festival, which will be held at the Salón Varietés Theatre between Wednesday 11 and Sunday 15 November. The five-night musical extravaganza has been o

15:41

Local

Restrictions in Andalucía to continue until 10 December

SUR

The current restrictions in force in Andalucía to curb the spread of Covid-19 will remain basically unchanged until 10 December. The president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, announced on Sunday that movement between municipalities will r

15:39

Local

When can I move from one municipality to another?

SUR

The stricter measures brought in by the Junta de Andalucía on 10 November, and which continue until 10 December, include the restriction of movement across municipal boundaries throughout Andalucía, as well as bringing the curfew earlier to 10pm and

13:55

Gibraltar

Gibraltar postage rates to go up next month

SUR

Postage will be more expensive in Gibraltar from 1 June as rates are to be put up for the first time since 2014. Standard local post up to 50g will cost 30 pence, and 60 pence for letters to Spain. An air mail letter weighing less than 20g to

14:21

LifeStyle

British author publishes new book about the life of George Langworthy

Tony Bryant

...his holiday that Mike read an article in a local newspaper about Langworthy, and the story inspired him to look deeper into his life and his connection to Torremolinos. "I had never heard of him, but I thought gosh, this guy is clearly regarded down

12:47

Gibraltar

Gib government's plea for people to shop sensibly

Debbie Bartlett

With shops as crowded "as Christmas" according to some reports following their reopening this week, the government has called for people to shop sensibly and comply with the lockdown, as restrictions are still in force. Police officers are to patro

16:36

Local

New Covid-19 cases and related deaths fall in Andalucía

ep / ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...five consecutive days. On Monday, there were 3,269 in the region's hospitals (505 of whom are in ICU), up from 3,179 on Sunday. Contingency plans The past week's hospitalisation figures overall come as a brief respite for many local healthcare ... cases required for the extra emergency plans to kick in. Malaga province is one of the areas with most beds free but local staff don't want to think about transfers. "We're worn out," said one doctor at Malaga's Hospital Clínico. Unions have asked

20:57

Local

Petition started against solar power farm in Guadalhorce valley

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...important natural spaces in Coín municipality. The area is very close to the future Sierra de las Nieves National Park. A petition has been set up on website Change.org aimed at the Junta de Andalucía government and local town halls, including Coín,

18:16

Local

The fight against Covid has its roots in Antequera

ANTONIO J. GUERRERO

Research for the Moderna vaccine in the USA has its roots in Antequera, in the form of María Luisa Alcaide Alonso, director of research at the Faculty of Medicine of Miami, which is developing the product which has been shown to be effective in 95 pe

15:05

Local

Police bust large-scale drugs operation across the Axarquía

JUAN CANO / FERNANDO TORRES

A large-scale operation which began early in the morning last Thursday in the Axarquía has resulted in the arrest of 21 people and the dismantling of a widespread operation in which apartments were illegally occupied and used for the production of ma

14:44

Local

Marbella influencers party and Malaga baptism shut down for breaking Covid-19 restrictions

SUR / J.C. / Á. F.

Local Police in Marbella shut down a party for 'influencers' in a villa in San Pedro Alcántara last weekend, proposing fines for 23 people, none of whom were wearing masks or practising social distancing. Those who attended came from different ... last few days. Also last weekend, in the Portada Alta neighbourhood of Malaga, two baptisms were celebrated at a local football pitch, attended by 83 people (of whom around 20 were children). The organisers could face a fine of up to 60,000 euros.

14:20

Local

Second-hand buses leave Malaga Port en route to Africa

Ignacio Lillo

An operation as striking as it was unusual took place at Malaga Port on Wednesday afternoon. In quay nine, which is managed by Noatum, 21 buses which belonged to Granada transport company Rober were loaded onto the ship Rokhy which is now bound fo

14:13

Local

Restoration starts on landmark bridge in Estación de Cártama

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

The well-known iron bridge over the Guadalhorce river at Estación de Cártama will soon be fully restored. The local council will be spending over half a million euros in the next six months, with work due to start next week. The mayor of Cártama,

14:06

Local

The Gran Recogida foodbank drive goes virtual due to the pandemic

SUR

At this time of year supermarket shoppers normally see volunteers asking people if they would contribute items for the food banks in the province, so nobody goes without at Christmas. This year, with the pandemic, is rather different. Aware of the ne

13:40

Local

Cudeca appeals for funds to continue its home care programme

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...foundation which has traditionally supported the local community has decided to take a further step online with a campaign called 'Add life to people's days' and its slogan 'Join the sunflower effect'. They are hoping that by 6 January they will have raised

11:43

Local

Search on for Estepona fatal stabbing suspect: a tall, blond man driving a UK-plated white Mercedes

J. CANO / H. BARBOTTA / Á. Frías

...from the local supermarket and was carrying plastic bags when he was attacked. Friends of Ulrich on Wednesday.SUR The victim managed to cry for help but nothing could be done. A client at a nearby veterinary clinic ran out with dressings to cover the ... wound. Other passers-by called for local residents to take them towels. Among them was Ulrich's mother. Ulrich's friends put a photographs of their football team and lit candles on Thursday in the area of the stabbing. Ulrich was well-liked in the ... neighbourhood. Local shops have put out tins to collect funds to help the family pay for the funeral. "He was a good, polite lad," said one neighbour, who added that Ulrich worked in a cinema ticket office but was temporarily out of work due to the pandemic.

20:56

Local

‘Haute’ cuisine for Debra from top chef

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA /efe

Top local chef Dani García climbed Marbella’s famous La Concha mountain this Thursday to cook up a dish with unrivalled views over the Costa del Sol. His climb was to raise awareness for the Debra association, which helps suffers of Epidermolisis ... García’s challenge was to reach the top of La Concha, at 1,215 metres above sea level, and to prepare a dish when he got there. He set off from Marbella fire station on Thursday morning at 9am, accompanied by several members of the local fire brigade,