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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.

14:45

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

20:35

National

Fifty-eight migrants drown on way to Canaries

SUR.

Fifty-eight migrants were known to have drowned, and 40 more were missing on Thursday, after the boat they were in overturned on a reef off Mauritania. The vessel was en route to the Canaries. 83 were rescued, with only those who knew how to swim

20:09

Local

Cabopino shooting horror as one man is killed at point-blank range in latest attack on Costa

A. F. / J. C. / C. M.

...through Calahonda to the AP-7 toll road, where it crashed through the barrier. It was later found burning on a mountain road near Mijas Pueblo. Police unions have called for more officers on the beat to fight crime on the Costa Dutch hitman sought This ... for more resources and more officers on the beat to fight crime on the Costa. They say that the larger towns along the coast, such as Marbella and Estepona, have grown in size and need reinforcements. Experts say that the area attracts drug gangs

20:29

National

Climate change in the spotlight in Madrid as COP25 continues

JAVIER GUILLENEA

...warned, however, that countries would need to triple their current greenhouse gas reduction commitments in order to meet the two degree target, and multiply them by five in order to limit warming to 1.5 degrees. It is hoped that more ambitious targets

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.

19:34

What to do

Christmas traditions from 15 countries on show in Benalmádena

Tony Bryant

...variety of traditional festive food and drinks, from the customary mulled wine and mince pies to more exotic cuisine, like Allahabadi cake, traditionally eaten by Indian Christians during Yuletide. The festival will begin with a presentation parade of ... the Slavic Santa Ded Moroz, and the Three Kings will make appearances throughout the day. The festival, which is free, begins at 1pm each day. For more information, see www.benalmadena.es

20:14

Local

Disappointing monthly jobless total despite hopeful growth forecast

N. TRIGUERO / J.L. PIEDRA

November was a black month for unemployment in the province of Malaga, including the Costa de Sol. In themonthly statistics from the Social Security department, which measures those signed on as unemployed, there were 5,649 more looking for work

20:04

Travel

Senegal sojourn

Andrew Forbes

Barack and Michelle Obama came to Gorée island. This is more than just a tourist destination; it feels like a place of pilgrimage, and of reconciliation with the past. It was an unforgettable way to start my own journey in this West African republic. ... once evocative of the famous rally, is now a metropolis more defined by its luxury hotels, restaurants, street art, galleries and nightlife. The city has covered much of the Cap-Vert peninsula, and its beaches provide a fascinating insight and snapshot ... country of tens of languages. Wolof is the most widely spoken, although French is the official language, one of the many legacies of colonial times. Together with Spanish or more often English, you can make a connection. National Parks - nature on an

19:42

LifeStyle

"We go to bed with someone as if we were about to sit an exam"

Ángel Escalera

...of leisure activity or personal growth. Fertility and reproduction. Ought there to be more to it than that? We reproduce because it gives us pleasure to do so. There are about 100 primitive places remaining in the world where coitus is not ... days, they dream of being loved. And men? Would it be wrong to say it is more simple for them? Men also dream of being loved, but in our culture they tend to hide their emotions more. But they function better if they have a stable type of ... of young people for who Emmanuelle was much more than just a French name. Putting an end to eroticism is very difficult. What is certain is that the ease of accessing pornography is bringing a lot of problems. Young people nowadays are not

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

20:02

Travel

Senegal

ANDREW FORBES

...arts scene, and few places showcase this better than the Village of Artists; a collection of more than 50 studios and an exhibitions space, where you can meet creatives. Facebook.com/VillageDesArtsDeDakar/ African Renaissance Monument - Dakar ... can controversially 'walk with lions' that have become relatively tame. Accommodation is in luxury tented suites. Fathala.com TRAVEL: For more information about Senegal, ideas, and travel advice, visit the official tourism website, Visitez

20:20

Sport

The demanding road to Tokyo 2020

pedro luis alonso

...the limitation that there cannot be more than four golfers from any one country. Also, the rest of the nations can only opt for two places, which means that some of the worst-classified golfers could achieve their objective and compete in Tokyo. There

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

13:17

Opinion

The carnivore way

ANDREW J. LINN

...being young beef calves slaughtered at a few months' and eaten the same day. Tough is probably a kind description. As Andalusians got richer and more bored with the staple fare of fish and pork, the demand for quality beef has exploded. Fortunately

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

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

12:26

Local

UK ambassador hears about provincial drive to get foreigners to join the padrón

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

The Diputación, the provincial authority for Malaga, is to launch a public information campaign to encourage more of the foreign residents in the province, including the Costa del Sol, to join their local municipal 'padrón'. The padrón, the town ... at British residents in the province, estimated to be more than 50,000 people, ahead of a possible exit from the European Union early next year. The initiative was announced by Francisco Salado, president of the Diputación, after a meeting with the ... collection and public transport. In addition, the sooner the register is joined, residents who might need support in the future can access more council social services. Salado also highlighted in the meeting the "excellent relationship" between Spain and

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

17:35

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

16:27

LifeStyle

A massive attack on plastic pollution

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

Sundays can be spent taking a walk, enjoying the good weather on the beach or doing something different with the family. Or a combination of all those and for a very worthy cause. That's what more than 600 people did at Sacaba beach in Malaga last

14:27

Opinion

Wine waiters in waiting

ANDREW J. LINN

We are witnessing a sommelier boom. They used to be known as wine waiters, but the profession has blossomed into a full-blown status thing, and never have there been more sommeliers working in restaurants, nor such a demand for their services. ... since the film was released. In the USA a top sommelier seldom earns more than 150,000 euros a year. The working hours are not family-friendly, since a sommelier always has to stay until the last customer has ordered their final drink, and promotion ... best-known (but not best) locations, who I see regularly in a local café, has nothing to show for more than two decades of endless hours on his feet except some fine varicose veins - and quite a decent pension one supposes. His knowledge of wine is and always

13:14

Gibraltar

Gibraltar sends tax transparency message at OECD meeting in Paris

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar, which is on the OECD White List, has been working with the organisation for more than a decade and is a signatory to the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance. This, Picardo said, had put them in a good place to show the ... becomes more and more digital and globalised, and data is more easily searched and mined,there will be no real or legitimate business to be done in pretending to assist people to hide money from other tax authorities," he stressed.

16:49

Local

The Costa del Sol recycles more than anywhere else in Andalucía

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

Last year, each person in Malaga deposited 15.9 kilos of plastic, tins and cartons in the yellow recycling containers and 18.1 kilos of paper and cardboard in the blue ones, which was two kilos more than in the previous year. These figures, which ... recycle 36 per cent more plastic etc than the Andalusian average, which is 11.7 kilos per inhabitant per year, and 15 per cent more paper and cardboard (12.3 kilos). "Recycling is becoming more normal nowadays, and in Spain 78 per cent of all packaging ... is being recovered," says Antonio López, the Ecoembes representative in Andalucía. He says that as well as people separating their rubbish at home for recycling, more companies are making the effort and so are town halls, which are obliged to provide

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

13:30

Local

More than 2,000 applicants for 700 jobs in Estepona

Charo Márquez

Some 2,200 people have already applied answered a hotel operator's offer for staff for the launch of its new resort between Estepona and Marbella, due to open in May next year. Ikos Resorts is revamping the old Hotel Princess, which it acquired in

11:10

Local

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

SUR

British Ambassador to Spain Hugh Elliott issued a statement on Thursday following the confirmation that the UK would not be leaving the EU on 31 October as promised. He said: "The three month extension [until 31 January 2020] removes the immediate

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

14:09

Sport

Femenino let two more points slip as poor start to the season continues

Salva lópez, ADG Media

Malaga's women's team picked up their second point of the season on the road in Alhama on Sunday with a goalless draw in a game of few chances. The visitors had to dig deep to come away with the draw, though could have won the game themselves. Ho