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15:14

Local

Marbella's population rises to 152,000 after registration campaign

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA / Neil hesketh

...stands at around 152,000, making it the seventh biggest municipal area by number of residents in Andalucía. The spokesperson for the council, Félix Romero, said that two incentives had helped boost the number of official residents. Firstly, the new town

10:11

Local

Number of British residents rises for the first time in six years as Brexit approaches

Ivan Gelibter

More than three years after voters in the United Kingdom decided to leave the European Union, British residents in the province of Malaga are increasing in number, at least according to the official figures. This is the first time that the number of ... representative in Malaga province, María Gámez, said that in recent months the number of British residents applying for this certificate (a green card or paper) has increased. Anne Hernández, president of the association Brexpats in Spain was please to hear

16:09

National

King names Pedro Sánchez as candidate to be prime minister

SUR

...of parliament, Meritxell Batet, announced that the King had said that Pedro Sánchez should be candidate to be PM. Sánchez's PSOE party has the largest number of seats in Congreso after last month's general election but not a majority. MPs will now

13:45

Local

Malaga jobless total rose 6,000 last month

N. TRIGUERO.

There was disappointing news this week in Malaga province in the monthly figures from the Social Security department that showed the numbers signed on at local job centres rose by 6,027 last month. This took the total registered as out of work to

20:20

Opinion

Public enemy number one?

Mark Nayler

Sánchez "Public Enemy Number 1", though, is Catalonia. Both the PP and Ciudadanos leaders are ramping up their criticism of his attempt to start a dialogue with the region's separatists, saying that it undermines Spanish unity; yet they seem to forget - or