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15:23

Opinion

Subtle differences

Rachel Haynes

You may have noticed something a little bit different about the latest print edition of SUR in English. It's nothing major and not meant to jump out and make a big noise, but we've brought in a few design changes which, we hope, will make your ... this subtle, but thorough, revamp is to make a clearer distinction between styles used for information and comment. In an age when fact and opinion are continually being mixed up and pumped chaotically into our computers and mobile phones via social ... media, it is essential that credible publications make the difference clear; a reader needs to know before they start whether the journalist is giving them information or analysing it. This week has certainly given people scope to deliver a range of

19:40

Sport

Manel winner puts Marbella back at the top of the league

Julio Rodríguez

Marbella returned to the top of their Segunda B group on Sunday, capitalising on Cartagena's draw in Cadiz with a victory at home against Don Benito. Coach David Cubillo made three changes that aroused pre-game interest. One was expected with forme

18:07

What to do

Brisa Festival aims to make Malaga a world benchmark for pop and rock music

Pedro Luis GÓMEZ

...music festival which is scheduled to take place in Malaga. It is hoped that it will make the capital of the Costa del Sol a benchmark across Europe for music. The Brisa Festival is sponsored by Turismo Costa del Sol, Malaga council, Sabor a Málaga, ... place in the unique setting of the Dique de Levante in Malaga Port, and there is no doubt that the star-studded list of performers will make it the most important event of its type in Spain and a major attraction for tourists. Diputación president

15:07

Local

How to spend 10,000 euros in ten hours in Torremolinos

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...town's four main commercial areas: El Bajondillo, Playamar and Los Álamos; El Calvario; the town centre; La Carihuela, Montemar and El Pinillo. María José planned her shopping spree ahead to make the most of her ten hours. She said her first stop would

17:12

Sport

Public prosecution calls for a judicial administrator at Malaga CF

antonio góngora / borja gutiérrez

...three sons Nasser, Rakan and Nayef (also on the board of directors), though called to make declarations, as expected didn't show up. The club's general director and advisor to the sheikh, Richard Shaheen, accompanied by lawyer Jesús Santos and another

15:26

Travel

The eight Andalusian hotels not to be missed

Andrew Forbes

...interesting stay. Finca Buenvino is an elegant country B&B and retreat, surrounded by orchards and oak forests. Hosts Sam and Jeannie Chesterton, and their son Charlie, make for a welcoming stay; and the dining is a treat. Finca Buenvino even has its own

20:40

Local

Bridge demolished to make way for larger Plaza Mayor access

J. HINOJOSA.

The demolition of the bridge over the MA-20 by Arraijanal caused tailbacks on Sunday as workers took four hours longer than expected after encountering "highly-resistant materials". This bridge will be replaced by a smaller one which will join up w

15:08

Local

San Pedro webcam to tell surfers when waves are at their best

Héctor Barbotta

Marbella town hall is to install a webcam near San Pedro beach to inform surfers of the size of the waves in real time. The aim is to make the area a hotspot for the sport. Two more webcams are to be installed to show live views of the San

13:04

National

"Rumours make Ebola even worse"

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

Most of the time Pierre Grandidier lives a quiet life in Granada. He works as a self-employed consultant, plays electric guitar and goes running in the mountains. However, two or three times a year he signs up as a humanitarian delegate in the Intern

16:09

National

King names Pedro Sánchez as candidate to be prime minister

SUR

King Felipe held separate meetings with all party leaders this week, as the constitution demands, to decide on who to nominate to the Congreso as candidate to be the next prime minister. It was no surprise when, on Wednesday evening, the Speaker o

14:14

Local

Old Mercacentro to be demolished to make way for brand-new project

Ivan Gelibter

Fuengirola. The future of the old Mercacentro building in central Fuengirola is now known. The winning project for the renewal of the town's most emblematic place of commerce was revealed on Wednesday by mayor Ana Mula. The design phase of the proj

01:28

Sport

Heartbreak as Unicaja fall at the final hurdle

Daryl Finch / Juan Calderón

...arrived for Luis Casimiro's team (14-35), who started to show signs of anxiety as they tried to come back. This led them to make several bad decisions. The coach made changes as he tried to put the brakes on their opponents' game but Madrid had plenty

13:23

Sport

Swimmers make a splash in San Pedro

sur

More than 250 swimmers from across the region participated in the eighth San Pedro swimming race, with both start and finish line on La Salida beach. Family and friends cheered on from the sands, as competitors, including paratriathlete and Marbel

14:21

LifeStyle

Try something new, make a splash

SUR IN ENGLISH

With favourable weather conditions almost guaranteed during the summer months, watersports continue to attract novices and enthusiasts from near and afar to the region. No matter the level, there are facilities to cater for everyone across the more

12:52

Opinion

Flip-flop

Mark Nayler

...has to talk, even if the negotiations would be fraught and potentially fruitless. To make any headway with the Catalan problem, the PSOE leader needs to secure another term as prime minister, and to achieve that he requires the ERC's votes or

11:10

Local

It's still important to be prepared, despite delay, says ambassador

SUR

make sure you, your friends and family are fully prepared. "I would encourage you all to use this time to ensure you are correctly registered as resident in Spain and registered for healthcare. And to ensure that you have exchanged your driving

19:09

Opinion

Keeping them warm

ERNY HARRISON

When I am writing this article the sun is shining bright and it looks and feels more like spring than winter. But the nights are cold and we have to take measures to make sure our pets are kept warm... warm but not excessively so. Owners are ... often too concerned about how warm their pets are at night when all heating systems are shut down. It is good to make sure they are snug, but it is wrong to make comparisons with human beings. Draughts are to be avoided at all costs. Wherever your pets ... sleep make sure they are not in line with the draughts from the bottom of doors or ill-fitted windows. Most dogs like to curl up in a basket. In the feral state they will turn around many times in the undergrowth before they settle down. Although very

15:24

Opinion

Why scrap the toll?

Héctor Barbotta

...adapting the tourism model to face new challenges, growing while respecting the environment - mobility is one of the most important. A model that obliges both residents and tourists to make all their daily journeys in a private vehicle is not sustainable ... to go to work every day in private cars. If to make way for a train, a metro or a tram it's necessary to use part of the current dual carriageway and to do that they have to make the toll motorway free, then it'll have to be done. But just to scrap

14:50

Sport

Simeone's scrappers

Rob Palmer

...an opponent that appears a little punch-drunk and has staggered around unknowingly for a few rounds but just refuses to go down no matter how much you hit them. Make a note of this: Atleti have reached a European final every 'even' year since 2010

10:46

LifeStyle

Banderas dances to launch his delayed show

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...will make up for the delay with a prolonged stay in Malaga until 26 January, the day after the Goya film awards gala in the city. "The journey to production has faced several complicated obstacles. It has been made difficult for me because of many

17:04

Local

Council pool in Marbella centre to get one-million-euro upgrade

Charo MÁRQUEZ

Marbella council is to completely overhaul the municipal covered swimming pool near the centre of the town. The Serrano Lima building, known as Salduba, is to have a million euros spent on it, making the heating system energy efficient, with solar

17:06

Opinion

Protecting wealth while looking after health

JEREMY BLATCH

...term? The most important decision you make as an investor is about time preference. For how long can you reasonably tie up your capital? The longer the time preference over which the capital may be invested, the greater the potential for growth and

17:17

Local

Pioneering hotel college in Marbella is knocked down

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...tourism trade. However the owners of the plot of land that the college building is on called time last year, wanting to knock it down to make way for two blocks of apartments. The failure to update Marbella's PGOU town plan since 1986 meant that plans to

19:50

LifeStyle

British author releases final instalment of Africa memoirs

Tony Bryant

...disastrous or embarrassing situations and make them funny. The first two books in the trilogy have been best-sellers on Amazon and she has received five-star reviews praising the 'witty, optimistic, sardonic, informative and touching content'. The final

11:21

Local

Vélez-Málaga CAC partners with Tokyo gallery for pop art exhibition

Eugenio Cabezas

Vélez-Málaga's contemporary art centre, CAC, is showing an exhibition of late 20th and early 21st century pop art by artists from the UK, USA, Japan, Germany and Spain. The exhibition, Make Something Different, is being held in collaboration with

19:12

Opinion

Take my advice

Mark Nayler

...government - whose Employment Minister is a member of the Spanish Communist Party - that has vowed to repeal Rajoy's reforms and make life better for workers. In other words, it is not likely to be heeded. Meanwhile, Philip Alston, the UN's Special ... thought-provoking article by Sam Jones in The Guardian this week - highlighted the problems faced by Spanish families struggling to make ends meet, especially with rent payments (rental prices have increased by around 50% in Spain over the last six years). One lady ... notorious Polígono Sur neighbourhood in Seville, wasn't wrong when he said that "something drastic needs to be done" to combat social inequality in Spain; but it's questionable how much difference, if any, his resulting report will make to the lives of the