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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

18:59

What to do

Salon Varietés offers local writers their 15 minutes of fame

Tony Bryant

In order to kick start its 2020-21 season, the Salon Varietés theatre in Fuengirola is to host a new initiative called Famous for 15 Minutes, a festival that will focus on short plays, or playlets, as they are known in the theatrical world. The pro

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

12:42

Local

Stabbed for wetting clothes hung out to dry in Malaga city

FERNANDO TORRES

A man was arrested in Malaga on Wednesday after he allegedly stabbed a neighbour who had poured water out of his window onto some clothes that were drying on a patio below. Police were called after the confrontation escalated to involve around 20 p

12:38

Local

Nerja bus company offers free travel for over 65s and under 12s

Eugenio Cabezas

Nerja town hall announced on Monday that it has signed an agreement with the local bus company allowing people over the age of 65 and under 12 to travel free on the town's buses, to start with immediate effect. The agreement forms part of a

18:43

Local

The province's most popular beaches can only be half-filled this summer

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

The busiest and most popular beaches in Malaga province will see their capacity reduced by almost half this summer as a result of the pandemic. Beaches are allowed to open during Phase Two of the lockdown easing plan, a milestone that Malaga provin

15:30

Local

Local authorities make concessions to help local businesses

sur

Some local councils, such as Malaga, Marbella, Vélez-Málaga and Nerja, among others, have said that they will authorise bars to occupy more space than usual if possible. Coín and Antequera are among the local authorities that have said they will ... its will waive the tax payable by business owners to occupy public spaces in 2020. This will benefit bars owners who put out their tables and chairs but also firms with information stands, kiosks and market stallholders, saving 1,297 local businesses a

10:39

Local

Free takeaway for the Torremolinos needy

Tony Bryant

A kind-hearted Torremolinos bar owner has started to offer free food to those who are struggling to survive during the coronavirus crisis. Cafetería Princesas, in Plaza Andalucía, is offering a complimentary hot meal between 6pm and 7.30pm every d

15:51

LifeStyle

Local Cubs and Beavers go camping at home

Rachel Haynes

When the coronavirus lockdown stopped everyone in their tracks, the 1st Fuengirola Scout Group had to rethink its agenda. Not only did meetings get moved online, they also faced the disappointment of missing the camp planned last weekend at the Berme

12:13

Local

More than 30,000 furloughed local workers have yet to receive payment

NURIA TRIGUERO

...laid off, thousands of local workers have still received no unemployment pay. Monday was a key date: this type of benefit is paid on the 10th of the month and, as that was a Sunday, many people checked their bank accounts on Monday to see if the money

19:12

Local

Coín street market to reopen this Saturday

andrea jiménez

The weekly street market in Coín will reopen for the first time this weekend in three months. Only eighty per cent of the usual stalls will be allowed to open on Saturday and controls to prevent overcrowding will be put in place. All those wishing

18:17

Local

Junta set to employ 3,000 people to help with beach controls

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

Moreno added that "with these contracts, together with the personnel that the town halls already have as lifeguards and local police and civil protection officers, a huge army is going to be formed that will allow us to safely coordinate the opening of

15:58

Local

Man found dead in car in Mijas died of natural causes

Fernando Torres / álvaro frías

The 38-year-old man found lifeless inside his car last Saturday in Mijas died of natural causes, the autopsy has confirmed. According to SUR sources, the man suffered a heart attack. The Guardia Civil were alerted to the vehicle by a resident of th

15:28

Local

Five-year-old boy survives fall from third floor in Malaga

Fernando torres / juan cano

In what is being described locally as a 'miracle', a five-year-old boy survived a fall from a third-floor window in Malaga city on Monday. The boy, of Chinese origin, suffered several fractures in the lower limbs and in one shoulder and several inj

15:24

Local

Nautical tourism, a key to bringing Puerto Banús back to life

Héctor Barbotta

With the coronavirus pandemic wiping out more usual streams of income, Puerto Banús is turning to nautical tourism as a way to boost activity in the absence of the usual influx of visitors this high season. Marinas de Andalucía, the association th

15:24

Local

Permission given to Banús businesses to expand restaurant terraces

Héctor Barbotta

The company which manages Puerto Banús has opened up the possibility for the port's restaurants to extend their outdoor terraces in order to be able to comply with the social distancing standards required by law without having to reduce their overall

14:57

LifeStyle

Local artists pledge to support others during Covid lockdown

Jennie Rhodes

Two local artists, Annabel Keatley and Gerrit Oppelland Hampel, are participating in the Artist Support Pledge, an initiative set up by British artist Matthew Burrows designed to help artists during the coronavirus crisis. Burrows, who is a ... 24,000 followers. Once an artist has sold enough work to make 1,000 in their local currency, they must then purchase something from another participating artist. In an interview for Art NXT Level, Burrows explained that he wanted to form a "culture of ... However, as some of her buyers are local, it will be easier to get the pieces to her buyers. "I have had a lot of interest from people who know me. It's selling my work in a different context," she says. "It's a win-win situation. Everyone is giving

15:04

Local

Airlines include the Costa del Sol on their new summer schedules

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

Some of Europe's biggest airlines have announced plans of how they plan to take off again after the coronavirus grounded their entire fleets in March. The companies' finances have been hit by the crisis and giants such as Air France and Lufthansa

14:47

Local

Mobile apps, drones and controlled access to beaches, as the Costa prepares for summer

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...kilometres of coast to control crowding on beaches. Anyone would be able to access this information via a free mobile app. This tool, designed by local company Juma, creates virtual grids and establishes a maximum occupancy figure based on the recommended ... recognises the complexity of having to control access to its 13.5 kilometres of beaches. The council is calling on people to be responsible about complying with social distance and hygiene recommendations, in addition to monitoring by the Local Police, ... different aspects. First, an app to control numbers, which will also use information from Local Police drones.They are investing in more signs and megaphones and will work with beach businesses to reconfigure spaces for sunbeds. In Benalmádena, the

15:50

Sport

Local rugby, unaffected by the coronavirus

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Protected by their amateur status, local rugby clubs are coping better with the coronavirus situation than many other sports clubs in the province. Neither Club de Rugby Málaga or Marbella Rugby Club, both of which are in the second national ... dream of getting a local team among the Spanish rugby elite whenever the action resumes. In fact, although there are now five Andalusian representatives in the second division, only Ciencias de Sevilla and Generalife de Granada have ever played in the

16:00

Sport

Back on the court and track... 66 day later

MARINA RIVAS / PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

For more than two months (at least 66 days), athletes, tennis players, golfers, and padel players have been unable to take to the field or track due to the pandemic. For many of them, they would have to go back to their childhood or when they had a s

21:26

Local

Rules will relax for sport, shopping and socialising in Phase Two

sur in english

When Malaga and Granada provinces move into Phase Two next Monday, 1 June, there will be important changes. Phase 2 To start 1 June for Malaga and Costa In Phase Two, the restrictions will be relaxed even more, although activity can still onl

21:14

Local

Malaga and Granada provinces move to Phase Two of lockdown easing

SUR

The provinces of Malaga and Granada will move into Phase Two of Spain's lockdown easing plan on Monday 1 June. The announcement was made by the Health Minister, Salvador Illa on Thursday evening, a day earlier than expected. The regional authoriti

21:02

Local

Plan to kickstart local tourism could see the Caminito del Rey reopen this month

Pilar Martínez

In order to "scale back the pessimism" within the sector, the president of Turismo Costa del Sol, Francisco Salado, on Wednesday outlined the plan to revivify the local tourism sector. The Diputación chief recognised that the pandemic is having a ... “devastating effect on tourism in Malaga”. Data released by the Diputación shows that the area will lose out on four million tourists between 15 March and 30 June - a loss of four billion euros to the local economy. In a survey of employers, half estimate ... walkway. Salado said that they were already working with the local town halls and the operator with a view to reopening on 29 May. “Reopening on the 29th will depend on the conditions set by the government and whether Malaga province can enter into phase

13:07

LifeStyle

Local filmmaker captures the global lockdown in 10-minute video

Jennie Rhodes

La Herradura based Dutch filmmaker Jeroen Stultiens has made a 10-minute video bringing together some of the many thousands of clips that have gone viral since the lockdown began. Lockdown: A Short Documentary Made Entirely From Home starts with so

17:09

LifeStyle

Online cooking to promote local Torremolinos cuisine

Tony Bryant

local businesses that are suffering because of the current lockdown, while helping to relieve the boredom of confinement. Chefs from some of the town's most popular establishments are publishing easy to follow recipes online for people to make at home.

15:48

LifeStyle

Community spirit thrives in the marina

Ash Bolton

A group of residents quarantined at a marina have found a novel way to help fight the coronavirus and support the local economy - by buying their supplies locally in La Línea. Around 30 families have been stuck on their boats since the lock down ... began over a month ago at Alcaidesa marina. But rather than travel to the local supermarket and risk getting infected they voted to get all their goods delivered from local suppliers. The community, which is made up of Brits, Belgians, Germans, ... French, Greeks, Dutch, Russians and Spanish, now get a weekly delivery of local produce, much to the delight of the local suppliers who are struggling with the economic cost of the lock down. Deborah Clarke-Topper.SUR The move was made possible after

15:18

Local

More than 1,200 'autónomos' in Mijas apply for grants

Ivan Gelibter

Just a week after the launch of its 'Plan Mijas', the town hall has already received more than 1,200 applications from self-employed and SMEs for grants of between 3,000 and 6,000 euros. After having listened to suggestions from local businesses,