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15:30

Local

Local authorities make concessions to help local businesses

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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 cl

15:57

Sport

Malaga to make 50 staff redundant in further bid to balance the books

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

As was expected, Malaga CF has announced that it will be starting a mass redundancy plan, in order to lay off around 50 workers as it attempts to balance the books with the added complications posed by the coronavirus pandemic. The official announcem

15:25

Local

The province's main boulevards make way for pedestrians

IGNACIO LILLO

...cyclists is not only good for personal health but also biodiversity. Enrique San Miguel, president of Ametmos (the Malaga association for sustainable tourism) agrees and says: "With fewer cars on the roads, now is the perfect time to make changes." For

14:54

Opinion

Frying pan or fire?

Ángel Escalera

...about. The population will not forgive them if, for party political reasons, they do not come together and make fighting the virus a common cause. It is true that the government has made many errors, especially the lack of foresight in providing health

14:21

Local

Free masks to be handed out to children in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

...who explained that the council had acquired the necessary material recommended by the Ministry of Health. The materials have now distributed among several groups of volunteers that have signed up to make the masks. Thousands of adult masks have been

17:47

LifeStyle

'People need to be very cautious and not go out happily into the street as if nothing had happened'

Ángel Escalera

...is to follow the safety and hygiene measures, which are simple, and anyone can do that. -Everybody should know what those measures are, but it is always good to make sure. Could you remind us? -It is essential to keep washing your hands, use ... help to prevent contagion” -So you agree with the measure to make masks obligatory, not just on public transport but everywhere. -I believe people should wear a mask whenever they go out into the street. In the hospital, we are used to wearing a

22:14

LifeStyle

Cooking with preserved foods

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

According to the statistics, the most popular products sold in supermarkets during the last couple of weeks were dairy products, meat, fresh fruit and vegetables. However, having a few cans or jars in the larder can save us having to make another ... preserved nutrients." So take a look at your stock of tins and jars and make the most of them with these tips and ideas for using them as ingredients in different dishes rather than as simple appetisers or salad toppings. First though, some facts. Wet ... three great preservatives). For fruit, syrups are used. Often, especially with vegetable or fruit, a proportion of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is added to improve the preservation. As a precaution, make sure that the cans are never deformed or damaged

10:34

Local

The virus that spreads poverty

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...anybody, but you do feel a failure. You can't even feed your family," he says. And, choking up, "Please don't use my real name. Make one up instead". Manuel is also in the queue. He works in hotel administration and says he will never forget the first

16:06

Local

Costas rally to meet the demand for protective kits

Jennie Rhodes

As existing supplies of masks and protective equipment rapidly diminish in Spain, groups of volunteers across Malaga province and the Costa Tropical have started to make them in their own homes. Town halls, businesses and individuals are rallying ... residents, to make 400 protective gowns which will be donated to the Axarquía hospital in Torre del Mar as well as homes for the elderly throughout the Axarquía. "I saw a post on Facebook about people making masks, so I asked the town hall for supplies and ... contacted the local women's association and some of the foreign people who live here," Chloe explains. "We have had a request for 400 gowns, but I expect we will make more," she added. Almuñécar town hall is coordinating a group of approximately 60

15:55

What to do

Tickets now on sale for Caminito del Rey visits from 12 June

SUR

...as the University, so that the Caminito walk can be done with full guarantee for visitors and staff, including measures from the start to end of the route as well as the shuttle bus linking the entrances." Salado encouraged locals to make the trip

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

17:54

Local

Petition launched calling for new cycle lane network in Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

...aim of integrating this means of sustainable transport into Marbella's urban mobility. According to the petitioners, resuming this project now would make sense, especially because temporary spaces have already now been created and are being widely

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

13:19

Opinion

You go boss

Peter Edgerton

...quite dreadful you pedantic, supercilious buffoons’, probably including a light sprinkling of rather more fruity vocabulary unsuitable for publication here. Being told what to do by people who have no business doing so, is enough to make your blood

17:48

National

Spain will welcome back foreign holidaymakers in July, says PM

EFE

...return first. He called for people in Spain to plan their holidays and to make the most of the "wonders" this country has to offer tourists. Many will be able to do this "very soon, from the end of June, onwards," he said. From 22 June the government

12:56

Opinion

Blame it on the boogie

PETER EDGERTON WWW.E-PETER.COM

...days of the twentieth century were littered with narcissistic pop songs, encouraging listeners to get with the programme and make the world their playground. This ill-advised fashion was a precursor to our present, unenviable predicament. Vast swathes

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

19:59

LifeStyle

Time to overcome 'normal' habits

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Ramadan, which comes to an end this weekend, this year overlapped with the coronavirus lockdown. The confinement made a change in habits necessary, on top of the changes that Muslims make to their daily routines during this important month. The ... It is worth it because Ramadan is about breaking bad habits. We make a lot of sacrifices to overcome our "normal" habits and to change ourselves. The most famous person from Dagestan is the UFC champion Khabib Nurmagomedov... Yes. Dagestan is a

17:10

LifeStyle

22 May 1940: Gibraltar is evacuated in the Second World War

Debbie Bartlett

It is a largely unknown fact that during WW2 the British government decided to turn Gibraltar into a fortress to stop Hitler and Franco seizing it, and ordered all women, children, the elderly and infirm to be evacuated to make room for the troops.

13:21

National

Masks are now compulsory in Spain during the state of alarm

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

...could be aggravated by the use of a mask" as well as those with other health conditions that could be worsened or a "disability or dependence that causes behavioural alterations that make the use of a mask inviable". Masks do not have to be worn during

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

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

13:23

Sport

Swimmers make a splash in San Pedro

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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

21:21

National

Government makes face masks compulsory in places where social distancing is impossible

MELCHOR SÁIZ-pARDO

The Spanish Health minister, Salvador Illa, has announced new regulations concerning the use of masks in public areas in force from Thursday 21 May. Published in the BOE (official state gazette) on Wednesday, a new order will make the use of face ... the use of a mask" as well as those with other health conditions that could be worsened or a "disability or dependence that causes behavioural alterations that make the use of a mask inviable". Masks do not have to be worn during "activities whose

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

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

15:58

Sport

No deal reached for compensation package for sacked Malaga coach

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

Former Malaga coach Víctor Sánchez del Amo’s demand for compensation from the club will now go through the courts after a meeting at the Mediation, Arbitration and Conciliation Centres of Malaga (CMAC) on Wednesday failed to yield any results. Víct

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

15:25

Local

Phase One kicks off with coffee and churros

Juan Soto / SUR

...the first time in 64 days, observing the regulations imposed by the authorities. Greater police presence required as crowds form in busy Malaga district Local authorities make concessions to help local businesses Breakfast merged into beer, ... restaurants were open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This pattern was repeated in other tourist resorts. Small shops and businesses were also been able to open this week without customers being obliged to make an appointment first. Large businesses, such