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11:54

Local

Enrique Bolín, prolific former mayor of Benalmádena, dies at 78

Ivan Gelibter

...back standing to be mayor as head of the Grupo Independiente de Benalmádena (GIB) party. He won a majority and governed the resort until 2007. Bolín's list of achievements in Benalmádena is striking; he won the national first prize for beautifying a

10:52

Local

After last week's storms, an inland animal shelter appeals for help

SUR

...damage caused by natural phenomena - was expected to vary over the following days as the full extent of the damage was assessed. Last Friday, the majority of claims processed, explained the central government delegate in the province of Malaga, María

16:31

National

Catalan government loses majority in separatist split

SUR

Despite reassurances last Friday from separatist Catalan parties that their ruling coalition was intact, by Monday the split between ERC and Junts per Cat had become irreconcilable. In the Catalan parliament on Tuesday, the nationalist-controlled r

13:04

LifeStyle

"With gypsies you tend to fall back on generalisations"

A. SALAZAR

...but they point out that the majority of comments made about gypsies are negative. There are many jokes and colloquial sayings. "I heard someone say 'She's like a gypsy', meaning dirty or scruffy, and it hurts when you hear comments like that," says ... values as the rest of the inhabitants; this country still has sexism, and the gypsy community is of course no different, but it is also no worse than the majority of Spain. You aren't gypsy for the way you behave or dress, but for what is in your blood,"

18:05

Local

Councillor breaks coalition pact at Mijas town hall

Ivan Gelibter

...comply with agreements made around seven months ago. This once again places the ruling team in a precarious position, because the seven PSOE councillors and five from Ciudadanos are still one short of an overall majority. That will make it difficult to

16:14

Opinion

Deal or no deal

Mark Nayler

Socialists hold 84 seats in the Congress of Deputies (lower house) and Iglesias' party has 67; their combined 151 votes for the 2019 budget are still short of the 176 required for a parliamentary majority. Unfortunately for Sánchez, he also needs approval

16:08

Opinion

Keep it down, please

Rachel Haynes

I doubt countries with quiet speakers are without noise problems in their city centres. And if the majority of law abiding 'malagueños' lowered their voices on a Saturday night, the peaceful murmuring would still be interrupted by the noisy few who