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21:22

Local

Landmark 'plusvalía' tax ruling could pave the way for further claims

Eugenio Cabezas

...first in Malaga. The judge said after the ruling that her decision would pave the way for further claims against other town halls in the province. The Plusvalía is a national tax applied at a local level by town halls. Since it was called into question

16:51

Local

A facelift planned more than a decade ago

Alberto Gómez Benalmádena

Plans to modernise Tivoli have been on the drawing board for more than a decade. The real estate group Tremón has been able to make its move now, however, thanks to the recovery from the financial crisis and the unusual stability of the local town ha

15:09

LifeStyle

28 February 1980: Andalusians vote for autonomy

Jennie Rhodes

...votes; of them, 55.4 per cent voted in favour of creating the autonomous region, while 3.4 per cent voted against and 36.2 per cent abstained. The remaining five per cent corresponded to unmarked or spoiled ballot papers. The vote would go on to pave

16:09

Local

Out with the old, in with the new

JUAN SOTO / DARYL FINCH

The former Pensión La Mundial is no more. Despite calls for its preservation and refurbishment, the controversial demolition of this once-famous guesthouse took place on Sunday to pave the way for a new chapter in the city's historic centre.

14:26

National

UK in EU Brexit challenge awaiting High Court decision over appeal

Jennie Rhodes

Vote Leave campaign during the 2016 EU referendum. If the decision goes in the collective's favour, UK in EU believes it could technically pave the way for invalidating the result of the referendum. In a written Summary Grounds of Resistance, which

10:05

Local

Plans to pedestrianise Vélez-Málaga town centre included in 2017 budget

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ VÉLEZ-MÁLAGA

Vélez-Málaga town hall has revealed plans to pedestrianise the town centre in this year's budget. One million euros has been set aside to pave the roads around Plaza de las Carmelitas, where the town hall is located and extends to Canalejas, Cristo,

14:51

National

Frustration felt by Brits in Spain as Brexit date remains unclear

Jennie Rhodes

...countries" would pave the way to further agreements even if an EU-wide agreement fails to do so. Sue Wilson, chair of Bremain in Spain, an anti-Brexit organisatoin, welcomes the results of this week's votes. "Parliament are finally starting to flex their

13:37

What to do

Farruquito and Raphael in Marbella

TONY BRYANT MARBELLA

The bullring in Marbella will host performances by the flamenco dancer, Farruquito and his family, and the celebrated Spanish singer, Raphael, on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September. Farruquito will perform his deep-rooted style of flamenco dance

11:38

National

Uncertainty for many as Brexit bill gets royal assent

Jennie Rhodes Malaga

Britons living in European Union countries and European Union citizens living in the UK suffered a blow on Monday when MPs voted against an amendment by the House of Lords to publish plans to guarantee citizens' rights within three months of Article

16:02

Opinion

Trump - the mirror

Héctor Barbotta

Of all the political catastrophes that have rained down on the planet in recent months, it's possible that Brexit will be the one with the most repercussions on the Costa del Sol - not necessarily on the tourism industry, but on the thousands of fell

14:12

LifeStyle

Belgian mother on 1,000km barefoot walk for charity

Tony Bryant Torremolinos

An energetic Belgian mother has embarked on a 1,000-kilometre barefoot hike in order to raise awareness of poverty in Kenya. Ilse Longuet began her gruelling sponsored hike on 11 November. She decided to walk barefoot from Barcelona to Gibraltar to

15:14

Opinion

Time-out

Mark Nayler

The economic reaction to Catalonia's illegal independence referendum two weeks ago has been somewhat confused - a fact mainly owed to the general chaos and unpredictability unleashed on October 1st. On Tuesday evening - much to the dismay of some

17:24

What to do

Danza Invisible to open the Marbella Rockaneando festival

Tony Bryant

The bullring in Marbella will play host to the Rockaneando live music festival this weekend. Organised by the Marbella town hall, this pop and rock extravaganza will begin on Friday 15 September with a concert by local pop sensation Danza Invisible.

14:08

National

Catalonian parliament passes law and heads for referendum

Cristian Reino

After an eleven-hour heated session of the Catalonian parliament on Wednesday regional MPs passed the law that paves the way for the independence referendum, now officially called by the secessionists for 1 October. The legislation was approved wit

19:22

Local

The rebirth of Teba castle

FERNANDO TORRES

The site has yet to be fully excavated by architects. When this work finishes, the next step will be to restrucutre the entrances, pave over some of the grass, and reinforce some of the weakest parts of the castle. The plan lays out three stages. The

15:05

LifeStyle

Antonio Banderas comes home for Malaga Film Festival

RACHAEL BREAKS malaga

Today, Friday, sees the opening of the annual Malaga Film Festival, a week-long celebration of the best Spanish and Latin American cinema produced in the last year. Event organisers have battled this week's wind and rain to prepare the Cervantes and

19:11

Sport

Away campaign ends in pulsating draw

kishan vaghela

Malaga’s away record has certainly improved under Míchel, but victories against Granada and Sporting Gijón will be Malaga’s only three points on the road this season after an exciting 2-2 draw against Real Sociedad. Míchel was forced into a couple

16:29

LifeStyle

Camarón, the gypsy god of flamenco

Tony Bryant

In the early hours of the morning of Thursday 2 July 1992, one of the most venerated gypsy singers in the evolution of flamenco uttered his last words: “Mother of god, what is wrong with me?” The news of his death vibrated around Spain and gripped