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15:44

Local

British drugs trafficking war was behind Mijas Costa murder

JUAN CANO / áLVARO fRÍAS

...trafficking organisation to kill the victim. Detectives believe that the murder was part of an ongoing battle between two rival gangs over control of marijuana trafficking between Spain and the UK. The careful choice of the time and place of the shooting ... courts for the murder committed inSpain. The second suspect had been travelling over the last few months, visiting different European and South American countries. When the state of alarm was declared he returned to Spain, living in a village near

12:38

Local

Nerja bus company offers free travel for over 65s and under 12s

Eugenio Cabezas

Nerja town hall announced on Monday that it has signed an agreement with the local bus company allowing people over the age of 65 and under 12 to travel free on the town's buses, to start with immediate effect. The agreement forms part of a

09:47

LifeStyle

Don’t panic. Ask a mechanic

advertorial

...you back on the road. Over 3 million people trust Línea Directa for total peace-of-mind. They have been providing specialist car insurance for British expatriates for over 20 years. A leading insurance company dedicated to keeping motorists on the

13:01

National

Protests grow in parliament and on the street over government’s pandemic handling

SUR

...street protests have grown over the Socialist PSOE and Unidas Podemos coalition’s handling of the crisis, amid fears over the economic outlook. Flags, pots and pans The neighbourhood protests began in central Madrid. The capital, along with Barcelona ... protests were on street corners in Madrid’s middle-class district of Salamanca last week. This prompted commentators on the left to accuse the conservative opposition of fuelling the unrest. Over the last week, the nightly action has spread to street

21:05

Local

Over 90 per cent of Covid-19 cases in Malaga are now cured

melchor saíz-pardo / ángel escalera

The latest data on Malaga province, including the Costa del Sol, shows that the first wave of Covid-19 infections is increasingly under control. Figures released on Thursday said that 91.78% of those who have tested positive with a PCR test, seen a

16:48

LifeStyle

Spain, nostalgic over its bar culture

CARLOS BENITO

...is over. People say that we don't appreciate things until we no longer have them, and by now we are remembering our local bars with sorrowful yearning and fantasise about the first day of our new life when all this is over and we will be free to go ... over, there will need to be a series of measures to ensure that these businesses can keep going," says Yzuel. Comedians joke that the day everything returns to normal, we will be so thirsty and hungry that we will consume weeks' worth of food and ... the rules, the sooner this situation will be over. That will be the time to start enjoying our leisure time as before in bars and restaurants, which are such an important part of our culture and the way we socialise. Their owners can hardly wait for

20:18

National

No new Covid-19 deaths registered on Monday in Spain

MIGUEL ÁNGEL ALFONSO / Ángel Escalera

...registration of information at the weekend are usual, however, and the fatality figures are likely to rise over the next few days. Also on Monday, 71 new cases of Covid-19 were reported in Spain, 25 fewer than in Sunday's figures. According to the official

15:25

Local

The province's main boulevards make way for pedestrians

IGNACIO LILLO

As a result, SUR has opened up a debate among experts in mobility and sustainable development over whether this break to life as we know it can provide an opportunity to reclaim towns and cities for people for good. "It would be beneficial for

19:51

Local

Fury over defective face masks given to local health workers

Ángel Escalera

There has been outrage among healthcare professionals in Malaga this week after it came to light that thousands of defective protective face masks had been sent to frontline health workers across Andalucía. Around 2,500 staff at the Hospital Clínic

21:10

Gibraltar

Over-70s now allowed to exercise outdoors in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar government has relaxed its lockdown rules for the first time since they came into effect over a month ago and made provision for people over the age of 70 to take exercise outdoors if they so wish. Several places have been allocated ... option and that using these facilities is the next best thing, says over-70s are free to take exercise like everybody else if they prefer, but that it will put them at greater risk.

15:38

National

Brazilian man held over spate of murders of homeless people in Barcelona

CHRISTIAN REINO

Police have detained a man over a string of cold-blooded killings of people sleeping rough in the streets of Barcelona. Four homeless men have been violently murdered during lockdown in the nighttime attacks in their makeshift homes in doorways.

16:16

Sport

Discussions continue over temporary salary reduction for Malaga players

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

With professional footballers in Spain inactive for the forseeable future, many clubs have already reached agreements with players over a reduction to their wages. However, in the case of Malaga, one of the clubs in greatest need of decreasing its ... to explain and analyse the new state of the club's finances during this crisis with the aim of coming to an agreement over a reduction in wages for the squad. Al-Thani family's court appearance postponed due to the pandemic The same sources say, ... spectacularly over-optimistic) between La Liga and the Spanish Football Federation over when competition can resume, but also the wait for a collective decision from the AFE, the footballers' association which never came. Expiring contracts Another issue

12:59

National

Top Guardia Civil chiefs fired amid Women's Day march report crisis

SUR

...the government had tried to see the contents of the report, although the Interior minister strongly denied this. Fresh state of alarm While ministers sought to defuse the row over the Women's Day report, they were announcing plans to extend the

15:34

Sport

Malaga CF open talks with playing staff over reducing wages

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

Last week's plea from La Liga for all clubs to file an ERTE and temporarily lay-off staff has gone unanswered at Malaga CF, where judicial administrator José María Muñoz maintains his stance on the club's long-term plans. Despite income taking a ma

17:58

Opinion

Hobbies and passed times

Peter Edgerton

...youngsters, a total nightmare. Or maybe it was just me who couldn't stand The Smiths, 'alternative' (shouty) comedy, horrible men's jumpers and football violence. Imagine my shock, then, as over the last few weeks, I've succumbed to the odd nostalgic musing. ... over done - food for the soul in disconcerting times. I still draw the line at Kenny Loggins, though.

09:51

Local

Anantara Villa Padierna hotel is working with World Central Kitchen

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Benahavís. The Anantara Villa Padierna hotel in Benahavís has made its facilities available to World Central Kitchen (WCK), the NGO set up by famous chef José Andrés, which prepares meals every day for people who are in a vulnerable situation due to