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12:19

Local

PP asks Madrid to stop erosion of Marbella beaches

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

The Partido Popular (PP) has said that it will take action via the national parliament this autumn in support of projects to stop sand being eroded from Marbella's beaches. The political party that runs Marbella council says that the acting PSOE

12:19

Local

Council aims to get ahead and start 2020 with annual budget in place

NIEVES CASTRO

...councils" and have everything ready for 1 January. It is not unusual for council executives, whatever the political party they belong to, to still be discussing annual budgets well into the next calendar year. "Good at paying its bills" Romero also

13:33

Opinion

Revenge, a political weapon

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...sums given to political parties for their expenses, which benefits Cuín and González. The former will get a salary of 52,000 euros a year, plus 1,100 euros for her party. And the latter gets 46,500 euros. In other words, the new Torremolinos council ... has been formed with an explosive cocktail: revenge and money. So where does that leave political ethics?

15:51

Opinion

Business as usual

Mark Nayler

Political uncertainty continues to reign supreme in Spain, but the economic effects have so far been minimal to non-existent. In fact, so unconcerned is the Bank of Spain about the current - and very familiar - governmental vacuum that it's raised ... take care of itself, as there is no end in sight to the current political deadlock: the first investiture vote for Pedro Sánchez as the next prime minister is unlikely to take place before mid-July. To win that vote, the acting premier needs an absolute ... forecast too seriously. Admitting that it's far from a definitive statistic, Arce said earlier this month that "we don't have a crystal ball". You don't need a crystal ball or telepathic powers, though, to predict that political confusion is likely to

14:00

Local

City hall supports the plan for a green belt around the Bay of Malaga

PILAR R. QUIRÓS

The idea of a green belt around Malaga, with reforested hillsides, is not new. It is something that environmental groups, local residents and political parties have been calling for in recent years and 20 years ago it was also part of a plan to

12:09

Gibraltar

Friends of Gibraltar visit the Mayor's Parlour

D.BARTLETT

...refurbishment in 2000, something which was made possible thanks to the fund-raising efforts of the Friends of Gibraltar. The non-political and non profit-making charity is dedicated to preserving Gibraltar's heritage.

12:24

Local

Guardia Civil celebrate 175 years of service

F. TORRES.

Guardia Civil officers based in Malaga polished their boots and their three-sided hats on Tuesday for the celebrations to mark the 175th anniversary of the armed force. As well as highlighting the values of the force, special mention was given to t

16:05

Opinion

Could Sunday's result have indicated a political change in our local town halls?

JAVIER RECIO

...triumphs election after election. It's true that in the local elections the candidates' reputation often goes before their political colours, but it's also true that on one hand, the PSOE is on a roll, and on the other, Ciudadanos could come out as the ... great beneficiary if the three right-wing parties decide to join forces to keep out the Socialists. If this were the case, the political map of the Costa del Sol cold look decidedly orange after 26 May.

17:01

National

Trial winds up and judges retire to make their decision on Catalan ‘rebels‘

m. balín / m. sáiz-pardo

The most important trial in modern Spanish history wrapped up on Wednesday. Supreme Court judges have now retired to consider their verdict on 12 political and social leaders in Catalonia charged with various offences, including rebellion. The seven ... unfair for this court to have to resolve a political problem. But you [the judges] have the responsibility not to make the problem worse. Iwouldn’t like to be in your shoes. If only your sentence could help resolve what the political class hasn’t been