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16:57

Opinion

With good reason?

Mark Nayler

...that have been in place for three weeks and claims that the virus has peaked, daily fatality and infection rates remain extremely high. But if lockdown is extended again next weekend, the economic stagnation that's already begun will get worse. The

18:47

Sport

La Liga must resume before the end of June to be viable, say clubs

ANTONIO GÓNGORA / ÓSCAR BELLOT

Javier Tebas' idea of a May restart looking increasingly unlikely, clubs are being forced to reconsider their stance. If the lockdown in Spain continues beyond the current end date set for the end of next week, delaying the season into the period ... earmarked for the start of next season could have even more long-term repercussions. In a video meeting of representatives from all of the clubs in the top two divisions, it was provisionally agreed that 27 June was the latest possible date to restart the ... insisted that the season will end no matter what. There has even been a suggestion that it could restart in September, which would mean significant alterations to next season and could lead to changes in formats. From a financial viewpoint, the motive is

16:56

Opinion

Days and confused

Peter Edgerton

This is crucial. If you stride forth with too greater sense of purpose early doors, after about twenty minutes this false surge of energy will dwindle to nought and you'll pop back to bed "just for ten minutes". See above. Next, clean your teeth. This ... met before asking "Can you hear/see me?" leaning in at you, one arm outstretched, sporting what appear to be comedy size noses. Have some cheese and wine all on your lonesome. And a Jaffa cake. Or four. Next, listen briefly to the news just to

15:30

Opinion

From one day to the next

Rachel Haynes

...turned on its head. Everything changed from one day to the next. We are at war. More and more warlike vocabulary is slipping into our conversations: frontline, battle, victory, attack, defence... But the enemy is that cute-looking thing at the top of a ... lot of the pages in this edition. We are at war with a toy you would buy for your cat. And all we have to do is stay at home. Next week some say we'll be seeing signs that we are all going to come out of this with better family relationships, more

22:38

Sport

All football league matches called off for the next two weeks as coronavirus precaution

sergio cortés / borja gutiérrez

The Monitoring Committee, which met on Thursday in the Ciudad del Fútbol in Las Rozas with members of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) and La Liga, confirmed the postponement of the next two rounds of matches in the top two tiers of Spanish ... diagnoses in players from other clubs, La Liga considers that the circumstances already exist for the next phase of the protocol of action against COVID-19. Consequently, in accordance with the measures established in Royal Decree 664/1997 of 12 May, it ... agrees to suspend at least the next two matchdays,” the La Liga statement read. Local teams affected These measures will mean that new dates will need to be fixed for Malaga’s fixtures in the 32nd and 33rd match days: against Huesca (originally

15:24

Sport

La Liga and Segunda games to be played behind closed doors for the next two weeks

borja gutiérrez

Football games in Spain's top two divisions will be played behind closed doors for "at least" the next two match days as the national Health ministry takes measures to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. La Liga, the body which oversees ... 4pm at La Rosaleda) and next week, Saturday 21 March, on their trip to Tenerife.

13:05

Local

Lucuma could be the next big subtropical fruit and superfood produced in Malaga, say experts

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Following on from the success of the cultivation of subtropical fruit such as avocados and mangoes in Malaga province, the next such product looks set to be the lucuma fruit, according to the Institute of Subtropical and Mediterranean Horticulture ... (IHSM), which forms part of the University of Malaga. The fruit, which is widely consumed in Latin America and exported from Peru to the USA, Australia and Canada, could be the next superfood thanks to its various health benefits, including healthy

12:09

Local

Two firms bid for planetarium planned for land next to Ikea

JESÚS HINOJOSA

Two companies are bidding to build and run a planetarium on the outskirts of Malaga. The building would be on land leased from the council between the Ikea furniture store and the old Benítez barracks, which is being made into a park. The availabl

10:30

Local

Plaza Mayor outlet to open at last next Thursday after wider access is finished

JUAN SOTO

...malaga. The developers of Designer Outlet Málaga, the luxury brand shopping complex built next to Plaza Mayor near Malaga Airport, have been working around the clock this week to finally open to the public. After completing wider access roads and ... receiving approval from the ministry of Transport, they have announced the grand opening for next Thursday, 13 February. Since receiving government authorisation, bosses at McArthurGlen and Sonae Sierra (the owner of Plaza Mayor) have been working to ... with the construction of two new lanes and with creating a new direct access to the commercial complex next to the roundabout of the golf course. Finally, as reported by SUR on 31 January, these works have been signed off, with a new bridge by

17:40

Local

Vélez-Málaga town hall reveals plans to plant 1,000 new trees

Jennie Rhodes

Vélez-Málaga town hall last week unveiled a new environment plan which aims to plant over 1,000 trees in the town this decade. Under the slogan 'One Child, One Tree' the town hall and local schools aim to have planted 165 trees by the end of Februa

13:20

Opinion

What planet are they on?

NEIL HESKETH

...brownfield site that could do with a new lease of life? Or alongside a school or university? Perfect, but alas that is not to be. The planetarium would be crammed into a small plot of virgin land beyond the airport, right next-door to Ikea. An incessant ... swirl of traffic moves past the site; cars crammed with flat packs in the back and the odd Drive-Thru McDonald’s meal on the dashboard. A place of infinite universal aspirations having to sit next to such disposable neighbours. Presumably the content ... many light years is it before local politicians learn that to do our bit for Earth, you need to finish and use well what you have started first? Only then can you move on to the star-gazing promises of the next twinkling project to concrete over a bit

15:30

What to do

Helen Mirren, Gustav Klimt and an international war correspondent

Jennie Rhodes

The next Nerja Arts Society lecture, which will take place at the town's cultural centre on Tuesday 18 February, will be given by international journalist Anne-Marie O'Connor. INFORMATION When. Tuesday 18 February, 5pm (doors open 4pm) Where.

18:41

LifeStyle

'I've always been a bit of an action man'

Ash Bolton

Franky studied at a local high school before joining a light infantry unit called the Air Mobile Brigade at the age of 18. Shortly after that he joined the Royal Dutch Marines, where he spent the next seven years of his life. "Becoming a marine was my ... production company based in Tenerife, called La Ira Films. And since then Franky has appeared in four feature films, including Rise of the Footsoldier 4 Marbella, where Franky starred alongside Craig Fairbrass and Terry Stone. Franky's next film, which he ... produced and acted in, is released next month in the US, and is called Ron Hopper's Misfortune. It stars Vinnie Jones as the Ferryman, who is in charge of letting people over to the other side, be it Heaven, or Hell. And with more roles in the pipeline

16:55

Sport

Coronavirus crisis sees Malaga postpone shareholders' meeting

antonio góngora

The nationwide state of alarm has forced Malaga's next shareholders' meeting, due to take place on 2 April, to be postponed. It was due to be a significant one with representatives from the BlueBay group able to attend after the court ruled that

13:51

Local

All-night queues now the norm as foreigners face long wait to get nationality

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

...doesn’t take our place,” says Khalid, a 19-year-old Moroccan who has the list in his hands. When the doors open the queue is already formed in its order and Khalid runs to stand next to the guard who hands out the numbers. He goes through the names in ... order as the guard hands out the numbers with the turns. Khalid is number 20; Lucy gets 25. She won’t be seen, but decides to stay until the next day. She has a 24-hour wait ahead of her.

15:47

Gibraltar

Guided tours of Alameda Gardens to continue next year

Debbie Bartlett

The Alameda Gardens tours will continue on the last Saturday of each month (except December) next year, starting at 10.30am from the George Don Gates. The guided tours of these fascinating botanical gardens, which also have an interesting

11:56

Local

Construction of Antequera dry port will begin next year

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

The Junta de Andalucía plans to start building the first phase of the dry port in Antequera next summer and says the construction will take two years to complete. This phase will cover 102.26 of the total of 392 hectares, strategically located near

16:21

Gibraltar

Winter Party in Town returns to Casemates next Saturday

Debbie Bartlett

This year's Winter Party in Town returns to Casemates Square on Saturday 23 November, starting with children's activities at 4pm and music and dance performances from 4.30pm until late. This event offers fun for all the family, and the headline ban

13:36

Local

Rough sleeper centre to reopen in San Pedro

A. JIMÉNEZ.

San Pedro's Centro de Transeuntes, a centre where rough sleepers can shower, rest and eat, is to reopen next month after being closed for four years. The facility is to be managed by the Cruz Roja (Spanish Red Cross), which already runs a social

14:42

Sport

Alejandro Davidovich knocked out of ATP Next Gen in Milan

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Local tennis star Alejandro Davidovich failed to repeat his Liuzhou Challenger victory at the ATP Next Gen tournament in Milan, where he was eliminated after losing group stage matches against Álex de Miñaur, Casper Ruud and Miomir Kecmanovi?. The ... Next Gen tournament brings together the eight best under-21 players in the world. It is in its third edition this year, with both previous tournaments also having been played in Milan. Davidovich went into his first match on Tuesday as the clear

16:41

LifeStyle

Wartime drama starring Colin Firth set to film on Costa next March

F. GRIÑÁN / N. HESKETH

John Madden, the director of Oscar-winning Shakespeare in Love, is to film in Malaga and surrounding area in March in his latest project, and Colin Firth is set to take one of the lead roles. Exact details of the filming aren't known, but the title

15:24

Local

Cities and museums, a relationship to be analysed at Malaga trade fair next year

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid was the venue chosen on Wednesday for the launch of the international CM Malaga, Cities & Museums Trade Fair, which will be taking place on 22 and 23 June next year in Malaga's Palacio de Congresos. The ... "This is a very exciting project," he said. The fair is expected to attract around 1,000 professional visitors from 30 countries in its first edition next June, with 50 stands and 120 speakers.

15:45

Gibraltar

Easyjet to start Gibraltar-Edinburgh flights

Debbie Bartlett

The Easyjet airline has announced that it is to begin direct flights between Gibraltar and Edinburgh from late March next year, and this will be the first connection between Gibraltar and Scotland. There will be two flights a week, all through the

11:13

Opinion

García & associates

ANDREW J. LINN

...he is already thinking about the next one. The only thing wrong with that is that it may dilute concentration levels for the job in hand. Two days after closing his Marbella 3-star establishment at Puente Romano, with the intention of re-opening it

17:32

Local

Guided tours and a new visitors centre for San Pedro ruins

andrea jiménez

Marbella town hall will invest 118,000 euros over the next three years in providing guided tours and specialised maintenance at the archaeological sites of the Vega de Mar Paleochristian basilica and the Las Bóvedas Roman baths, it has been ... announced. Also in next year's budget is a further 50,000 euros which will see a project drawn up for the creation of a new visitors centre. "Our objective is to demonstrate the value of these sites," said the director of Cultura de San Pedro.

16:09

LifeStyle

Help combat isolation among elderly people without taking any risks

SUSANA ZAMORA

...gloves on clean hands and for specific purposes. For example, if you are going to change an incontinence pad, use gloves. When you have finished then throw them away and wash your hands again before putting new gloves on to do the next task," says Vargas.

17:01

Opinion

A monstrous government

Mark Nayler

Finally some sort of progress is being made, with acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez looking anywhere and everywhere in an attempt to form Spain's next government before Christmas - which, assuming a political miracle hasn't occurred by the time ... spokeswoman and top bet for the party's next leader, has dubbed a PSOE-Podemos administration backed up by abstentions from the ERC and other regional parties a "Frankenstein" government. Sánchez, in one interpretation of this colourful and entirely