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10:04

Travel

Settling a dispute

The first reader to write in and tell us in what country this event takes place, the name of the mountain and the festival will receive a prize. Send your answers by email to english@diariosur.es and put 'Where in the world?' in the subject line.

10:04

LifeStyle

Farewell to a legendary generation

TONY BRYANT music

Some years seem to collect more deaths of important or famous people than others. We are all conversant with the belief that these things always come in threes, or perhaps just that everything happens at the same time. TOP SELLING ARTISTS uDavid Bo

10:04

Gibraltar

Governor says Queen is proud of Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

In his first Christmas message since becoming Governor of Gibraltar, Lieutenant General Edward Davis thanked the local population for the warm and friendly welcome he and his wife Lorraine had received from the very first moment they arrived on the R

10:04

Gibraltar

Government denies claims that it will buy water from Spain

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar government has announced that it has no plans to buy water from the Mancomunidad de Municipios del Campo de Gibraltar, following reports in the Spanish press that Gibraltar was considering a contract of this type. An article last mont

10:04

LifeStyle

Boxing Day swim success

RACHEL ARMSTRONG

Local residents showed their festive goodwill by dipping into the Mediterranean on Boxing Day to raise money for charity. The annual II Sabi Spartan Swim was held in Sabinillas with a crowd of around 300 spectators witnessing the brave bathers take

13:51

Local

Torremolinos enters the new year with optimism

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

Taking stock of 2016, the Mayor of Torremolinos, José Ortiz, declared that it had been an important year for Torremolinos, and he believes that the coming year will be one of great development for the town. In his end of year address, the mayor ack

13:51

Local

Illegal boat immigrants freed on the Costa as system fails

J. CANO / I. LILLO MALAGA

Over 100 illegal immigrants arriving by boat from North Africa in the last week have avoided official detention and been released by authorities in Malaga. Spain's four refugee and immigrant reception centres, in Cadiz, Murcia, Madrid and Barcelona

13:57

Sport

The end of an era as Weligton quits

P. L. ALONSO / F. MORGADO malaga cf

At 37 years of age and in his tenth season with the club, Weligton, a mainstay in the side's defence has taken the unusual step of offering up his spot in the squad. The Brazilian announced on Monday that he would step aside to vacate a spot reserved

13:57

What to do

Tribute to Andrés Segovia

Jennie Rhodes

'rounds' for contestants, the first of which will take place at 1pm on 17 January. All concerts are open to the public. Among a number of prizes, the runner-up will receive a guitar, worth 3,250 euros, hand-made by British classical guitar-maker Stephen

10:11

Sport

Alhambra Nievas named best referee in world rugby

enrique miranda

receive the accolade. Nievas will continue to break barriers this weekend as she will become the first female referee to officiate in a male test match when she takes charge of the international fixture between the United States and Tonga. In addition

10:11

LifeStyle

Pensioner receives new mobility scooter from the Lions Club

Tony Bryant

A Mijas resident received an extra special surprise when she arrived at the Casa de Cultura last week, as she was handed the keys to a brand new mobility scooter that was donated by the La Cala Lions Club. Paul Butler, the club president, presented

10:11

LifeStyle

A return to find poverty... and vitality

Mark Nayler reading into spain

One couldn’t wish for a better travel companion than Gerald Brenan. His honesty, curiosity, humour and deep knowledge of Spanish history are all on display in The Face of Spain, written after he and his wife, the American poet Gamel Woolsey, revisite

10:12

Local

Gran Hotel Miramar set to welcome first guests in mid-December

Pilar Martínez

The latest edition to Malaga’s burgeoning hotel scene is getting close to opening its doors. The Gran Hotel Miramar is nearing the end of a two-year restoration and is expected to see its first guests staying overnight from the second half of next mo

10:12

National

New currencies are being used in Spain to boost local business

Lucía palacios

...circulation next year “to channel public spending”. Again, the objective is to boost local business and develop a more social society. To involve local people, the council has started a campaign to name the currency: the winner will receive a cheque ... concerned about the legality of civil servants having to receive part of their salary in this form. In fact, dozens of local currencies are being used in Spain, although with less administrative support than in these two cases. Usually, they are not

10:12

Sport

"I will continue to fight for a place in the team"

Marina rivas malaga cf

Michael Santos emerged as the unlikely hero in his side’s 3-2 victory over Sporting before the international break. Having been left out in the cold for most of the season so far, the Uruguayan, who joined from River Plate (Montevideo) in the summer,

10:12

Sport

Incredible Kameni denies Barcelona

MARCUS PRICE

Kameni produced a number of high-quality saves to deny a Barcelona side who dominated the game from start to finish. Despite a bizarre refereeing performance, with the away side finishing with only nine players, Malaga were able to hang on to secure

10:12

Opinion

No news: good news?

Mark Nayler

It’s not just because the English and Spanish press has been unable to talk of much except Donald Trump for the last week and a half that you’ve heard very little about Mariano Rajoy’s new government. Three weeks have elapsed since the veteran Galici