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12:32

Local

Clean-up continues after floods in Campanillas

IGNACIO LILLO / JUAN SOTO

Fire officers, municipal workers and local people have been working over the weekend to try to restore some sort of normality in the Malaga district of Campanillas, that suffered serious flash flooding on Saturday morning after the river of the same

13:57

What to do

What to do - music and more

Denise Bush

Concerts Cuarteto Quiroga Malaga. Museo Picasso Málaga, 21 January, 8pm The Cuarteto Quiroga will perform Beethoven’s Quarteto nº15 in A minor and Op51/2 by Brahms - part of the chamber music series organised by the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestr

11:29

Local

More than 5,600 people in Andalucía began treatment for alcoholism last year

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

...treatment for alcohol addiction, no more than 0.3 per cent of the total, although there is no hiding the fact that alcoholism is a problem among young people and they are beginning to start drinking at an earlier and earlier age. The average age when ... as in the 'botellones', or impromptu parties in public streets and squares, is a matter of concern and can bring on addiction at an earlier age. Alcohol continues to be the substance for which more people receive treatment in Andalucía. In fact, 25

13:40

Local

La Cizaña Roman ruins to become part of new development project

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos town hall has announced plans for the protection and recovery of the ruins of La Cizaña, a Roman settlement situated close to Los Álamos beach. The area around the site is about to be redeveloped with the construction of more than 200 ... homes, and archaeologists and real estate promotors are working to ensure the correct integration of the ruins and the new development. The ruins, thought to be more than two thousand years old, were uncovered during the 1960s. The project, which is

11:59

Local

At least 930 people will be investigated for spreading the Víctor Sánchez del Amo video

SUR

...accused of spreading the video on WhatsApp. More arrests are expected in the coming weeks. Last week the Cybercrime unit of the National Police passed on a detailed report of the offence to the duty court in Malaga and the prosecutor gave the go-ahead ... stop them publishing the sexually explicit video. The search for the blackmailers is proving somewhat more challenging for the authorities than attempts to find those who shared the footage.

18:37

LifeStyle

Car insurance that keeps you on the move

ADVERTORIAL

...insurance from Línea Directa is designed to help keep expatriates on the move. Because car insurance is only important when you really need it. More info TLF: 952 14 78 34 www.lineadirecta.com

17:20

What to do

Much more than a humble stable

SUR IN ENGLISH

Visitors often take advantage of a trip to see the Christmas lights to take in some of the elaborate nativity scenes open to the public during the holidays. Known in Spanish as a Belén (Bethlehem), each display boasts its own special features, often

12:14

Opinion

Patching it up

Mark Nayler

...political deadlock (let's not forget that last September he dismissed the idea of teaming up with UP as "unfeasible"). If this new patchwork administration is to achieve anything, much more compromise - from Sánchez and Iglesias and all the other main

14:45

Local

Ruling clears way for more Sunday opening

SUR.

A court has overturned a regional government restriction on larger shops and shopping centres in Malaga city opening on Sunday and public holidays. Malaga is officially classified as an area with a high concentration of tourism, meaning shops can ope

15:18

LifeStyle

A passion for planes

MATÍAS STUBER

...don't. Luis Álvarez is also from Madrid and considers himself a "hunter" of aircraft. Luis Vaz, who has come from Lisbon, is more interested in taking a good photo and doesn't mind if the registration of the plane can't be seen clearly. There are people ... those here today are keen to take more photos for their personal archive. They are individuals for whom the most exciting plans in life are flight plans. Luis Álvarez is one of them. Luis is a well-built chap who speaks with a Madrid accent. From ... any picture is particularly good, he shares it on internet forums. At the end of the day, the group of planespotters have spent more than ten hours taking photos. Cristian González, a 20-year-old from Malaga, is thrilled and he has great plans for

19:31

Sport

Torremolinos ends year with San Silvestre fun run

Tony Bryant

More than 500 runners took part in the fifth edition of the San Silvestre fun race in Torremolinos on New Year's Eve. The popular, non-competitive street race was organised by Torremolinos town hall, who requested that those taking part, whether ... part dressed in top hat and tails. "This is the second year we have participated. Its fun, but more importantly, it will help people in need," Maria, one of the group told SUR in English. The four-kilometre route took the runners through the centre

19:07

Opinion

No shows

ANDREW J. LINN

...widely-available brand from Delgado Zuleta has been around since 1918 and is of impeccable quality. It is named after a flamenco singer. Only 6.60 euros and worth twice that. In Spain, the question of reservations is treated more casually than in many other first ... penalised customer will probably never set foot in that restaurant ever. Rather more effectively, but on a knife-edge between legality and illegality as far as the data protection laws are concerned, is the clandestine circulation of a black list among

13:27

Local

More stars for Malaga restaurants in the 2020 Michelin Guide

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

A year ago, Dani García made history in Lisbon by becoming the first chef from Malaga to be awarded three Michelin stars. Now, with the latest edition of this gastronomy guide, Malaga is once again in the news, because for the first time two restaura

16:38

LifeStyle

London's view of Picasso through paper

ÍÑIGO GURRUCHAGA

The Royal Academy of Arts in London is about to open the most complete exhibition ever to have been organised about Pablo Picasso's use of paper. There are more than 300 works, most of them on loan from the Paris museum dedicated to the Malaga-born

09:46

Sport

New low as minnows dump Malaga out of the Copa del Rey in the first round

Borja Cavia / Borja Gutiérrez

Malaga supporters' groups issue ultimatum after cup humiliation If Malaga looked the more accomplished side in the first half, the second 45 definitely belonged to the hosts; six minutes after the restart they had the lead. Dalisson lifted the ball into

15:59

What to do

Expat show brings together fashion, food, health, art, music and more

SUR IN ENGLISH

Fuengirola (near Sohail castle). Featuring. Financial and consumer advice; golf, dance and art tuition; fashions shows; yoga; acapella singing; glucose and hearing testing. Admission. Free. More information. info@slp.ie / 00353 872493917 Formerly the

10:38

Local

More than 4,000 protesters "give voices to murdered women" in Malaga march

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN / IVÁN GELIBTER

The first woman to be officially counted as a fatal victim of domestic or gender violence, after the statistic was introduced in 2003, was Yaneth Vargas. Her partner killed her in Fuengirola on 7 January 2003. Since then more than a thousand women ... have increased the cold statistic behind which are more than a thousand stories. The most recent is a 26 year old who was murdered on Monday in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. We don't know her name yet, but she is already number 1,028. "Just the night before

17:25

Local

Marbella toddler who fell six floors goes home after just three days in hospital

Nieves Castro

...floors to the pavement below where he was found conscious and with no more than a few scratches. Washing hung out on the fifth floor cushioned the fall of the toddler who then bounced off a small roof, before landing outside the front door of the block ... first aid. Álvaro was later transferred to the Costa del Sol hospital where he remained in observation until Tuesday. Jorge said that Álvaro must have climbed onto a chest of drawers next to the window before he fell more than 20 metres. Miracle

14:00

National

Madrid climate conference closes without agreements

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE / ALFONSO TORICES

Teresa Ribera, Spain's minister for Ecological Transition, stated, "The mandate is clear: countries must present more ambitious national targets in 2020. It's important to respond to science's demands and the people's demands." One glimmer of hope was

13:21

Local

Book market raises 2,000 euros for Cudeca

Tony Bryant

The annual Christmas charity book fair held in Benalmádena last month raised more than 2,000 euros for the Cudeca Cancer Hospice. Held in the municipal library in Arroyo de la Miel, the market offered more than 5,000 second- hand books, magazines

16:01

Local

Malaga-Tangier-Canada freight service exceeds expectations

Ignacio LILLO

The maritime freight service between Malaga Port, Tangier and Canada has "exceeded expectations" with around ten per cent more business than initially forecast by the German company Hapag-Lloyd, which runs the service. One reason is that the

15:38

National

Global climate strike announced amid COP25 "failings"

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Greta Thunberg has accused the world's rich countries of failing to live up to their climate pledges at the COP25 conference. She accused the politicians at the summit of "negotiating loopholes and avoiding more ambitious targets". Meanwhile,

20:28

National

Spain at growing risk of extreme weather

ÁLVARO SOTO.

Spain is now the 38th most vulnerable country to climate change, according NGO Germanwatch. Speaking at the COP25 on Wednesday, Germanwatch researcher Laura Schafer said "Extreme heatwaves are between 10 and 100 times more likely in Europe than a ... century ago". Both heatwaves and storms will become more frequent in Spain as climate change progresses.

14:35

LifeStyle

Shared glory for Banderas and Almodóvar at the Spanish Academy Awards

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Malaga triumphed in more ways than one at Spain's film academy awards on Saturday night. The city's Martín Carpena sports arena had been chosen as the venue for this year's edition of the Goya's, the Spanish industry's equivalent of the Oscars or ... character she played in many films as a young girl. There had been much speculation as to whether she would attend the gala, as she has kept herself out of the public eye for more than 30 years. In the end, any hopes of an appearance were shattered and

10:43

Local

DNA tests show bones found during search are not Dana's

E. C. / A. F.

Forensic tests have shown that bones found during last Saturday's search for Dana Leonte's body do not belong to the missing Romanian woman. More than 300 people participated in the search in the mountains around Arenas, Sedella and Salaraes,

13:33

Local

More dates for British Consulate Brexit pop-ups

Rachel Haynes

"If you aren't able to come and speak to us in person, do stay up to date with the latest news by signing up for email alerts to the Living in Spain guide on gov.uk and following our Brits in Spain channels on Facebook." More dates and venues are

17:06

Opinion

Orange wine

ANDREW J. LINN

Don't worry if you have never come across the term. Preparing this article it soon became clear that orange wine has only one possible meaning for 99% of drinkers. We need to go back various centuries, perhaps more, to the time when wine was first made

14:08

Local

Foreign residents help to plant trees in the Axarquía

Jennie Rhodes

Around 75 people, including Britons, Germans and Belgians, participated in the second session of a tree planting project run by the Colectivo CreceT organisation near Periana recently. Find out more : www.colectivocrecet.com Facebook: Colectivo ... collective is keen to get companies, town halls and other schools on board with the project and more events are planned for next year.

18:50

Sport

Athletes out in their numbers in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

El Cross de Torremolinos, a popular six-kilometre street race, attracted more than 800 athletes from all over Andalucía last weekend. Held in the El Pinar district of the town, the race, which celebrated its 36th edition, was won by Dani García

10:32

Local

Hundreds attend Costa expat lifestyle show

Tony Bryant

...shows, yoga demonstrations and free health tests. One of the most popular stands was the Diabetic Support Group, which offered free testing to more than 300 people. Organiser Des Duggan said, "Such was the interest in the event that we are seriously

18:24

LifeStyle

More than just recycling plastic

A. SALAZAR / J. RHODES

While at the beginning it might seem like a daunting task to change habits of a lifetime, Esther insists that "once you get into the habit it's not that difficult to do". However she agrees it requires "a bit more planning". Esther explains that she ... Torre," she explains, adding that she spends roughly 80 euros a month on food, which busts the myth that eating organically is more expensive than going to the supermarket. In Malaga alone there is a growing number of shops that are selling products by ... can't. She is convinced that little by little more people will start to do what she is doing. It's become a way of life for Esther and affects almost every thing she does. For example in order to avoid using rubbish bags, she keeps organic waste in a

17:35

LifeStyle

Early detection and more effective therapies are curing nearly 90 per cent of breast cancer cases

Ángel Escalera

Early diagnosis and more effective treatments mean that nearly 90 per cent of patients survive breast cancer and are alive five years after it was detected. In Malaga province there are between 800 and 900 new cases of breast cancer every year, ... more effective and curative. One of the challenges oncologists face is to try to increase survival through identifying the cases with the worst prognosis so those patients live longer, and to achieve the same good results but with less toxic and ... aggressive treatments. Dr Alba says there is conservative surgery which retains the breast and avoids having to remove the axillary lymph nodes from under the arm; the new radiotherapy techniques, which are much more precise; and the use of genomic

10:11

National

Yellow warning issued ahead of more rain this weekend

Spain's meteorological agency, Aemet, has once again issued yellow weather warnings across the Costa del Sol, Axarquía, Guadalhorce and the Antequera areas, for today (Friday) and tomorrow. The warning follows forecasts of further rain and storms in