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19:42

Local

Only around 60 hotels on the Costa del Sol have reopened so far

Pilar Martínez

Wednesday marked the busiest day so far in terms of hotels and other tourist accommodation on the Costa del Sol reopening. Around a dozen welcomed visitors again, but data shows that there are barely 60 currently in operation. In Malaga city, the

18:12

Local

Some 47,000 new tickets for the Caminito del Rey go on sale

andrea jiménez

The Caminito del Rey daredevil walkway in Ardales put 47,000 news tickets on sale on Tuesday. Tickets are now available for the months of August and September. The number available will gradually increase from 850 a day at the start of August bac

18:08

Local

Trans community represented on new Estepona mural

charo márquez

The Artistic Murals Route of Estepona is being expanded with a new work dedicated to the trans community. The mural, which is currently being painted by the Malaga artist Curro Leyton on one of the façades of the La Lobilla municipal sports hall,

17:20

Local

British septuagenarian drug gang brought down in Spain

efe

The National Police have arrested 33 members of two networks, one of which is made up of British septuagenarians, who allegedly sold and distributed medicine over the internet in Spain and made profits of over three million euros. The operation is

16:40

Local

Malaga Airport reopens T3 as July begins with more than 100 flights

Pilar Martínez

After three months of next to no activity, bosses at Malaga Airport this week reopened Terminal 3 (the newest wing) as the number of flights into and out of the Costa del Sol reached 123 on Wednesday. This figure is triple that of the daily figures

16:39

Local

Junta says Ronda lynx sighting can't be real

VANESSA MELGAR

The Environment ministry of the Junta de Andalucía regional government has this week moved to deny that video footage of an Iberian lynx could have been filmed in the Serranía de Ronda. The video of the animal went viral after local businessman

16:38

Local

Five thousand people apply for jobs for the Starlite Festival

charo márquez

More than 5,000 people joined the application process to work as part of this summer's adapted Starlite Festival which will run from 29 July to 30 August. Despite the number of events being reduced, organisers need to fill 400 vacancies. However, g

15:06

Local

British man dies after falling down a manhole in Mijas Costa

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

...development. A local who was walking through the area spotted the man and alerted the Local Police at around 5pm. The Guardia Civil, firefighters and paramedics all attended the scene but could only confirm the death of the man, with all initial signs

19:51

Local

Fury over defective face masks given to local health workers

Ángel Escalera

There has been outrage among healthcare professionals in Malaga this week after it came to light that thousands of defective protective face masks had been sent to frontline health workers across Andalucía. Around 2,500 staff at the Hospital Clínic

14:47

Sport

Alejandro Davidovich to make comeback on 1 July

efe

Having not competed since February, local tennis star Alejandro Davidovich plans to make his comeback on 1 July in the 25th anniversary tournament of the Academia Equelite de Villena in Alicante, sponsored by Juan Carlos Ferrero. The competition

20:42

Local

Temperatures get close to 42 degrees on the eastern Costa del Sol

sur

The forecasts were right and the Costa del Sol, especially Malaga city, was hit by extreme heat in the middle part of this week. A dry, warm westerly wind, known as the Terral, swept down the Guadalhorce valley. On Wednesday it was 38.6 degrees Cel

20:40

Local

Work starts on new botanical gardens site in Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

...million plants a year for the town, a supply that would have a market value of 1.3 million euros, according to municipal calculations, explained the local councillor for Public Works.

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

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

17:02

National

Only 5.2% of people in Spain have Covid antibodies, study concludes

SUR

...and means that Spain in a long way from so-called herd immunity. Almost 55,000 people across the country took part in the three phases. In Malaga province, including the Costa del Sol, the results showed that 3.6 per cent of the local population

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

16:13

Gibraltar

Two arrested over suspected money laundering

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar police, in a joint cross-border operation with the Spanish Guardia Civil, arrested two local people on suspicion of money laundering earlier this week. The suspects, who are husband and wife, have been released on police bail. The

20:36

Sport

Local athletes take a new road to the Olympics

MARINA RIVAS / BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

There's less than 120 days left until the Olympic Games were supposed to get under way in Tokyo, a venue which, curiously enough, previously had to surrender hosting the event (in 1940) - in that case because of the war between the China and Japan.

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

13:02

Local

Neighbours fly 300 rainbow flags with pride in Villanueva de Algaidas

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Residents of the village of Villanueva de Algaidas in Malaga province have shown their support to the LGBT community by flying the rainbow flag from their balconies and in the streets. The initiative was launched after the local authority was asked ... local government to court, arguing that it is forbidden in Spain to fly an unofficial flag outside a public building. However, by Friday afternoon, residents had hit back at the complaints by hanging up around 300 rainbow flags on their balconies and

19:49

LifeStyle

Pets cannot spread the coronavirus, insist local vets

emilio morales

Pet owners should keep calm and not worry about catching the coronavirus from their pets, say veterinary surgeons, and they are allowed to take them for veterinary appointments despite the state of alarm. They point out that many dogs and cats need

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

16:19

Local

Coronavirus cases detected at Malaga Red Cross shelter rise to 90

Ángel Escalera

The number of cases of Covid-19 infection at an emergency shelter run by the Cruz Roja (Spanish Red Cross) in Malaga had reached 90 by Saturday, regional minister Elías Bendodo confirmed. The Malaga case is the largest of nine isolated outbreaks in

15:20

Local

Marbella's pandemic past is uncovered

Héctor Barbotta

Work on the foundations of the old La Fonda hotel and restaurant in Marbella Old Town, which is being restored, has uncovered remains which may provide previously unknown information about the town's history. These include the walls of the old San

14:06

Local

Nerja sewage plant testing phase to start in July

Eugenio Cabezas

Nerja's sewage treatment plant is to go into testing phase in the first half of July, according to secretary of state for the Environment Hugo Morán. During last week's video conference, the secretary of state said that the remaining work should b

14:02

Local

Nationwide arms trafficking network is brought down

J. C. / Á. F.

Twenty-one people have been arrested and 32 searches carried out across the country as a vast network specialising in trafficking arms was brought down this week. After more than a year tracking the movements of the group, which bought and sold wea

13:49

Local

New luxury development will use modular building technique

Héctor Barbotta

The View, a new development of luxury apartments in Benahavís, will be built using a modular industrialised technique known as 4.0, which is cutting-edge in the industry. The innovative system will be used by constructors Bilba, which has finished

13:45

Local

Casares paints its benches with diversity messages to mark Pride Day

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Public benches in the Costa del Sol village of Casares are to display painted diversity messages in time for the celebration of LGBTI day this Sunday 28 June. Councillor for Equality, Antonia Pineda, explained that the aim was to "pay tribute to al

13:41

Local

Dog abandoned in a sealed bag of rubble finds new home

I. LILLO

Ulises, the Spanish mastiff abandoned in a sealed bag of rubble in the Malaga neighbourhood of Puertosol earlier this month, now has a new home. After being discharged from the SOS Catycan veterinary hospital, Ulises is now in the care of Inma Laur