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13:20

Local

Beach bars along Mijas Costa are finally legal

iván gelibter

Mijas council has announced that the chiringuito beach bars along the coastline of the municipality are finally on the point of being legalised following 35 years of uncertainty. Many of the traditional beach establishments on the Costa del Sol have ... been outside planning law for some time and didn't feature on town plans, preventing owners investing. Mijas will be one of the first areas to see the almost 30 chiringuitos' status normalised as the council has adapted its own master town plan. The

13:24

Local

Smile Foundation to change name to CLC

SUR

...founded in 1999 and works with several companies in order to raise funds. Charities helped include Cudeca, Malaga Night Angels, the Adimi Mijas charity for the disabled, the Spanish Commission for assisting refugees and the Red Cross, among others.

16:08

Local

Extending a helping hand to the needy during this crisis

Tony Bryant

...contracting the coronavirus. HOTLINES Adintre. 952 66 31 24 / 632 82 47 82 / 951 35 68 92. info@adintrefoundation.com. Age Concern Fuengirola, Mijas and Benalmádena. Weekdays 10am - 5pm. 652537615. Age Care Calahonda. 24-hour hotline. 635 407 255. Lux ... the elderly and those who are most at risk of contracting the virus. Joyce usually organises supplies for around 60 families in Fuengirola and Mijas, but since the lockdown she has seen this figure rise to 140 families, although she is determined to

13:25

Local

Faster planning process on way for Mijas Pueblo

Ivan Gelibter

The town hall in Mijas has said that some 8,000 residents in historic Mijas Pueblo will be able to modify their homes and businesses faster in future. Applications will now be dealt with by new council rules and not have to pass through the

13:17

Local

Mijas council forced to pay out 360,000 euros to staff

Ivan Gelibter

Mijas council has been told it has to pay 360,000 euros in compensation to staff for irregularities in employment contracts and conditions. According to sources, the amounts relate to decisions under the previous PP administration and include

12:15

Local

Mijas sports fees could be cut for local users

Ivan Gelibter

In a special meeting convened to discuss controversy over who runs the district's public sport facilities, Mijas's ruling councillors have said that they will aim for the fees for using the different installations and services to be cut by half for

18:25

Local

Lidl to open 12-million-euro store in Mijas

Ivan Gelibter

Supermarket giant Lidl is to open a large new store in the Las Lagunas area of Mijas. With a projected cost of 12 million euros, the shop will be built on land in Calle Roble next to the district's social security office and near Avenida de Mijas

13:56

Local

Taxman to sell off some of Mijas's racecourse

Ivan Gelibter

Tax collectors are to auction 14,000 square metres of land, part of Mijas's horseracing complex, to recover the debts of the failed public-private company that ran it and collapsed with losses of four million euros. The land was once a karting ... track. Mijas council has promised to fight the sale, blaming it on mistakes by the previous PP-led administration.

15:59

Local

Las Lagunas squatters removed after two years

Ivan Gelibter

Mijas town hall has moved to clear one of the buildings on Calle Clavel in Las Lagunas of squatters who had been causing "mayhem" for nearby residents. Local Police officers alongside staff from Social Services and mayor Juan Carlos Maldonado

12:42

Local

Two Mijas homes raided by Guardia Civil imposters

juan cano

The Guardia Civil are investigating two cases of homes being raided in Mijas in the past week. On both occasions, the perpetrators, wearing balaclavas, entered the properties, posing as armed Guardia Civil officers. The first, in Las Lagunas,