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11:04

Local

Fuengirola studies opening Torreblanca remains to the public

IVAN GELIBTER

The mayor of Fuengirola, Ana Mula, has said the council is studying the possibility of opening the Roman remains known as the Termas de Torreblanca to the general public. An archaeological study to determine more precisely the period to which the

12:42

Local

Marbella prepares for a "more inclusive" annual feria in honour of San Bernabé

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Preparations are well under way for Marbella's big annual fair from 5 to 11 June, celebrating the resort's patron saint, San Bernabé. As part of efforts to improve safety for visitors and to create "a more tolerant and inclusive" atmosphere, ... seek help and guidance. One will be set up in the daytime fair in the town centre and another in the evening fairground next to La Cañada shopping centre. Other initiatives to make the week's festivities more inclusive will include a campaign

15:55

Local

Rents are now higher than the average salary of young people in Malaga

NURIA TRIGUERO

Barcelona, Malaga is the third city in Spain where rents have increased the most in recent years: more than 45 per cent between 2013 and 2019. Salaries have not kept up with that increase; in fact, they have remained practically the same. Buying can be ... cheaper The amount needed to buy a property has also risen considerably: in two years mortgage repayments have risen from 61.5 per cent to 70.9 per cent of an average salary. Even so, in Malaga it is still more expensive to rent than to pay a mortgage. ... 1970s are 700 euros a month or more. I refused to pay that," she says. She now shares a two-bedroom apartment with her boyfriend and the rent is 800 euros a month. "That's actually cheap, because we know the owner, but we're still paying twice as much as

13:48

Sport

Big ambitions for the future of the Andalucía Masters

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The success of the latest edition of Andalucía Valderrama Masters has given its organisers a taste for even more. They are now considering knocking at the door of the American Tour in a bid to attract better players. This is an ambitious

15:47

Sport

Javier Fernández captivates the Malaga public again

MARINA RIVAS

...if a fairytale, each of the 32 routines was introduced by a narrator. With sets ranging from humour to more extreme aerial acrobatics, each was set to popular music, either current or classic. All, though, had one thing in common - they all took place

18:20

Local

New reversible lane reduces PTA access by more than 10 minutes

Ignacio LILLO

more than ten minutes faster than usual, with some even shaving 20 minutes off their usual journey time. Sources from the regional and local government said that they were delighted with the early results. City councillor for Mobility, Elvira Maeso,

14:33

Local

Famous Mijas donkey taxis banned from carrying people over 80 kilos

SUR

...designed to protect and defend the animals' welfare and improve their level of care," said the Mijas councillor for Transport, Nicolás Cruz. In addition to the new weight limit, there will be more check-ups and better living accommodation for the donkeys.

11:25

Local

Low noise fireworks for Algarrobo feria

E. C.

Algarrobo town hall has announced that it will be using low-noise fireworks during its annual fair, which starts on 1 August. It aims to be more pet and young-child friendly. There will also be quiet times at the fun fair: Thursday 1 August

14:11

National

Illnesses resulting from traffic pollution cost Spain more than 3.6 billion euros a year

EUROPA PRESS

Spain spends more than 3.6 billion euros a year treating illnesses related to air pollution from traffic. This is the second highest amount in Europe (Germany spends 13.38 billion), according to a report carried out by the European Public Health ... Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Spain. In total, atmospheric contamination caused by traffic is resulting in EU countries spending more than 72 billion euros a year in health costs, of which 52.86 billion are subsidised by the