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13:51

Local

The Three Kings bring seasonal cheer and extra policing

SUR IN ENGLISH MALAGA

It was easy for the Three Wise Men to follow the Star in the East across mainland Spain last night, as clear skies ensured perfect conditions for the annual parades welcoming Their Majesties. The only umbrellas to be seen were the upturned ones use

13:53

National

Unemployment falls a record amount in last year

SUR

The number of registered unemployed in Spain fell 86,849 in December, helped by temporary jobs over Christmas. In the whole of 2016, there were 390,534 fewer jobless compared to 2015, which is a record fall in the unemployment total. According to ... official data announced on Wednesday, the 9.54% annual fall was the biggest since 1999. At the end of the year, the total numbered of registered unemployed still stood at 3.7 million. Malaga also saw a record unemployment fall in 2016 of 13,553. Union

10:12

Local

Malaga airport has already been used by more passengers this year than in all 2015

Pilar Martínez

...increased by 19.6 per cent, showed that this infrastructure is growing in leaps and bounds: last month the airport was used by nearly 400,000 travellers more than in the same month last year, and that was already a record. A British woman is the 15 ... end-of-year figure is, 2016 is already a record year for Malaga airport. Laura was welcomed by the director of the airport, Salvador Merino, who presented her with a bouquet of flowers. After posing with the crew that had brought her from London Stansted to

10:12

Local

Brits among those held for violent ATM attacks across Costa area

Antonio Javier López

...suspects last week, two British and two Spanish citizens, four of whom have now been charged. According to police chiefs, one of the Britons held has a criminal record in the UK for handling weapons, explosives and activities similar to the recent spate of

10:12

Local

Malaga sets itself 2019 target to stop putting down abandoned animals

Francisco jiménez

From 1,326 animals put down in 2015 in Malaga’s animal shelter (Centro Zoosanitario de Málaga) to zero by the middle of 2019. That’s the ambitious target that the city’s politicians have set themselves following an agreement signed on Wednesday betwe

10:12

Gibraltar

Gibraltar airport beats passenger records

Debbie Bartlett

...period last year. May, June and July were all record months in 2016, but August was the busiest month in the airport’s history, with 60,360 passengers.

10:12

Local

Andalucía reforms gender-based violence law to include children

Lilia Glez.-santiago

Just three days before International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, commemorated today, 25 November, Andalusian government ministers approved a reform bill affecting the regional law aimed at providing prevention and protection in

10:31

Sport

All in a day's work

Rob Palmer

...not trusted by manager Enrique to influence a game. He continues to motivate the same players as last season. Luckily for Barcelona, they still have Lionel Messi at the height of his powers. A record of 26 goals in 23 appearances is outrageous, as

10:31

Local

A record year for Malaga airport with 16.6 million passengers

Pilar Martínez

A year to remember: 2016 was a record year for Malaga airport, with an extra two million passengers compared with 2015, bringing the total to 16.6 million. Figures issued this week by the Aena airports authority showed a growth of 15.7 per cent, ... almost three times the increase registered in the previous year. International travellers played a key part in these record figures. In fact, 14.3 million passengers were on international fights, which was an increase of 16.4 per cent. The Spanish