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19:09

Gibraltar

UK and Gibraltar object to 'colony' reference in draft EU legislation

Debbie Bartlett

Along with the good news on Friday that the EU would allow short-term visa-free travel to British citizens in the event of a No-Deal Brexit, as long as this is reciprocal, there was an unpleasant surprise for Gibraltar. The draft EU document stated t

19:30

National

'Mrs Clegg' objects

IÑIGO GURRUCHAGA LONDON

Miriam González Durántez recently received an invitation to take part in an event to mark the International Day of Women on 8 March. She was not surprised to have been invited, as she has been very active in women's rights, but she was surprised that

15:21

Local

Woman held over killing of father and stabbing of mother

J. C. / Á. F.

...who was taken to hospital with a stab wound on her back, but could do nothing to save the life of the 71-year-old man. It has not yet been determined what the weapon to carry out the killy was - only that it was a blunt object - and that he was most

13:28

LifeStyle

“In Ronda I’m going to create the most incredible object of my life”

Antonio Javier López RONDA

In Malaga on Wednesday Philippe Starck spoke of the other project that links him to the province of Malaga, the oil mill in Ronda. “I’m going to create the most incredible object of my life in Ronda,” said Starck, referring to the 18-million-euro

12:47

Sport

Christian Jongeneel completes latest fundraising challenge

CARLOS J. MARTÍNEZ

Malaga swimmer Christian Jongeneel (Rincón de la Victoria, 1974) has completed yet another sporting challenge in the name of charity. This time, in aid of the Brazadas Solidarias project run by the Vicente Ferrer Foundation, the swimmer has crossed t

16:54

Sport

Jongeneel embarks on latest fundraising challenge

carlos j. martínez

Malaga swimmer Christian Jongeneel (Rincón de la Victoria, 1974) is facing up to yet another sporting challenge in the name of charity. This time, in aid of the Brazadas Solidarias project run by the Vicente Ferrer Foundation, the swimmer will cross

17:19

Local

Marbella introduces IT system to speed up planning permits

Mónica Pérez

The municipal Town Planning Department has introduced a new IT tool that will offer greater access to information for users as well as promising to halve waiting time for planning permission. The department, currently run by councillor Isabel Pérez

14:09

LifeStyle

End of an era?

ANDREW J. LINN

Spain currently. Aged for six months in French oak, but definitely not oakey, this wine can be found for under ten euros. Even its reliability and fairness is being called into question, and if this smells of losing credibility, it is indeed an object

17:33

Sport

Much more than football

FÁTIMA CASANOVA

To say that the members of the AMDDA (Malaga Association for Diversity and Adapted Sport) are an example of effort and overcoming difficulties would be an understatement. The team, who from 18 February will be taking part in the first of the three st

13:20

Local

Benalmádena Pueblo landowners oppose new park and housing plan

alberto gómez benalmádena

Plans for a major new park and housing on the edge of Benalmádena Pueblo could be in doubt over objections from some owners of the land being used. Benalmádena council wants to carry out a long-talked-about scheme to lay out a 10,500 green space on