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20:55

What to do

Marbella aims to be the Golden Mile of modern art

Antonio Javier López

When she announced her news, the response was nearly always the same: a couple of slaps on the back, a forced smile and the words "good luck", a sort of commiseration in advance. Time has gone by and her idea, far from fading, produced an art gallery

15:04

Local

Work has begun on the new water deposit for Mijas Pueblo

Ivan Gelibter

...and is something the council has been calling for in recent years. It will supply about 10,000 cubic metres of water to people's homes, and "thanks to team work it is closer than ever to becoming reality," said the mayor. González stressed his

22:33

What to do

On the tiles

GEORGINA OLIVER

...exhibition with a mission. To be seen until 27 November, Malaga Patterns maps out and decodes the visual identity of its conceptor's beloved city, via the ornamental motifs recurrent in its tiles, mosaics and cobblestones. Ancient or recent, hydraulic

17:24

LifeStyle

Ten sports for ten psychological problems

HENRY FLYNN

There are many forms of exercise. Choosing the right one, however, can go some way to treating specific mental health problems, according to a recent study, 'Sport and Mental Health'. The research, carried out by Gympass, the biggest corporate

13:51

What to do

Museum Jorge Rando reopens after six months with six new exhibition rooms

Antonio Javier López

...most recent works, with titles such as 'Mariposas', 'Finisterris', 'Pinturas sucias' and 'El negro también es un color'. The latter is in the old Sala Magenta, which now contains a series of portraits where the colour black is predominant. The first ... new room on this lower floor. In this display visitors will find the dark scenes of 'Finisterris' and 'Pinturas sucias', the artist's most recent ventures into territories which are closer to abstraction but without abandoning his figurative vocation

19:55

Local

Recent rainfall does little to change local reservoir levels

Agustín peláez

Despite last week's heavy rainfall, which provided some relief for farmers and growers in the Axarquía, La Viñuela reservoir's water levels are largely unchanged and remain at less than 30 per cent of its full capacity. Checks at Malaga province's

18:28

Gibraltar

Steady rise in Covid-19 cases to the highest number ever in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The number of active coronavirus cases in Gibraltar has risen to a record level in recent days, reaching a total of 88 on Thursday, an increase of ten cases in 24 hours. The numbers may still be low, even for a population of around 34,000, but a few

17:42

Opinion

Garbage control

PETER HARRISON

Inspecting the contents of dustbins is not a habit of mine but recent high winds leave me no option. When the wind topples unstable bins, the scattered contents make easy pickings for hungry homeless animals. Many local authorities have replaced old

13:03

Local

Work to connect two of province's reservoirs "to start before summer"

Eugenio Cabezas

During a visit to the Axarquía, Andalucía's regional minister of Agriculture, Farming, Fishing and Sustainable Development, Carmen Crespo, said that work to connect the La Viñuela and La Concepción reservoirs would begin before the start of summer.

16:39

Local

Junta lifts water restrictions on irrigation in the Axarquía

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...hydrological year (until 30 September). La Viñuela reservoir has received some 11 cubic hectometres during this recent wet weather spell - an amount that represents more than half of the area's irrigation needs throughout the hydrological year (18.8 hm3).

15:14

LifeStyle

The scent of autumn infuses the streets of Malaga

CRISTINA PINTO

...regular customers," says Antonio Bermúdez. "Some have been coming to us for 30 years." The fluctuation in the temperatures this autumn haven't helped sales much either. In recent weeks thermometres have flickered anywhere between 20 and 30 degrees, which

17:21

Local

Costa water consumption per person is the highest in all Andalucía

Héctor Barbotta

The average water consumption per person on the Costa del Sol is ten times the regional average, according to a report published by the Accounting Chamber of Andalucía. The study, though published last week, refers to 2015 and shows the average on

15:02

Sport

Discover the five most interesting golf holes in Spain

Jordan fuller

Spain, with its seemingly never-ending coastline and moderate climate that means that golfers can enjoy the courses nearly year-round, has become one of the premier golf destinations worldwide. The recent success of big-name golfers like Jon Rahm ... build golf courses upon, the number of world-class courses in Spain has skyrocketed in recent decades. From inland hillsides to cliffs overhanging the crashing waves of the Alboran Sea, the unique characteristics of Spanish topography have resulted in

17:17

LifeStyle

Forbes ranks Dani García as one of the hundred most creative business people in Spain

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

...something he had been dreaming of for a long time. His mind is continually on the boil; it's what keeps him on the move. More and more ideas for Doha, Miami, New York, London, Paris and Madrid. Not to mention the recent launch of his own home delivery ... line or the recent opening of Leña, his new steak house, on the site where he once ran the three-starred restaurant in the Puente Romano hotel in Marbella. All of this, what he has already achieved, what is currently in progress and what is yet to

13:57

Local

Axarquía mayors warn of not enough firefighters

Eugenio Cabezas

Mayors of five villages in the upper Axarquía have criticised Malaga's Diputación for the lack of fire fighters in the area. Following a number of recent fires which Nerja and Vélez-Málaga crews have taken up to 45 minutes to get to, the mayors

11:45

Local

Tolox's toss for power put off as PSOE disputes damaged paper

A. M. ROMERO

A draw, or the tossing of a coin, to determine who will be mayor of the village of Tolox for the next four years has been postponed until a dispute over the validity of a ballot paper has been resolved. Both the PSOE and PP parties gained 603 votes

11:40

LifeStyle

Dining for a good cause

SUR IN ENGLISH

Age Concern Summer charity concert The Age Concern Summer Concert was held last Saturday at the Restaurante Valparaíso in Mijas. Nearly 250 people attended the annual event at which the Jersey Boys supplied the entertainment. The guests enjoyed

15:09

Local

Urn considered most important recent find at Nerja Caves

Eugenio Cabezas

Nerja Cave foundation only revealed the find last week. In a press release, the foundation said that the item was "one of the most notable discoveries made in the caves in recent years". It went on to highlight the importance of the caves during the

11:23

Local

Pharmacies in Malaga experiencing shortage of face masks

SUR

The general secretary of the Pharmaceutical Association of Malaga, Diego Rodríguez, told SUR that in recent days there has been a significant increase in requests for masks, especially those with in-built filters to prevent the spread of respiratory

14:31

Local

Fuente de Piedra filled with flamingos after recent rainfall

FERNANDO TORRES

The hydrological year so far has been the subject of a lot of good news. As well as filling the reservoirs, the copious rainfall has provided perfect conditions for flamingos to begin their mating season at the Fuente de Piedra lagoon near Antequera.

11:23

Local

The porpoise has not deserted the Costa del Sol, recent figures reveal

Ivan Gelibter

The common porpoise, a species that experts believed had disappeared from this part of the Mediterranean, has made a comeback with seven sightings recorded in a recent report. Scientists at OceanSea, in collaboration with Costasol Cruceros, have ... about a species that has almost disappeared from the Mediterranean," explained the OceanSea researcher Samantha Blakeman, who revealed the recent figures at the Congress of the Spanish Society of Marine Mammals, held in Bilbao. For the coordinator of

18:38

LifeStyle

Famous avant-garde local pop artist, Eugenio Chicano, dies

Antonio Javier López

A key artist in the modernisation of the art scene in Malaga has died. Eugenio Chicano was known for his distinctive, avant-garde pop art and also for campaigning for the cultural life of the city, which has exploded in recent years. His work and

11:04

Gibraltar

Threat level to Gibraltar remains 'substantial' after recent review

Debbie Bartlett

The governor of Gibraltar, Lt Gen Edward Davis, and deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia met with the Gibraltar Contingency Council on Tuesday to review security and civil contingency measures on the Rock. A statement issued after the meeting by

10:46

Local

Possible power share in Vélez-Málaga and "nothing ruled out"

E. CABEZAS

Following a very close election result in Vélez-Málaga, with no party winning an absolute majority, the leader of the Partido Popular (PP), Francisco Delgado Bonilla, has offered the opposition PSOE the opportunity to split the four-year term between

14:10

Local

Repairs start on Mijas coastal walkway

Ivan Gelibter

Repair work to the stretches of the coastal walkway damaged by the recent bad weather spell in Mijas have begun. Almost 36,000 euros are being spent to repair the paths with special security measures being implemented to guard against a repeat of

14:31

Local

Operation Save the Otters

Héctor Barbotta

Around ten years have now passed since the last clean-up, but now that the rainy season is approaching, the risk of flooding in the area has reappeared. In recent years the bridge that connects the districts of San Pedro and Nueva Andalucía via the Carril