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15:25

Local

Phase One kicks off with coffee and churros

Juan Soto / SUR

The smell of fresh coffee and churros returned to pavements and squares around Malaga on Monday morning as the province moved in to Phase One of Spain's plan to ease coronavirus lockdown restrictions. Numerous cafeterias began serving coffee for th

12:33

National

Mijas offers support to residents

Rachel Haynes

The councillor for Foreign Residents in Mijas, Arancha López, has announced further initiatives to inform the municipality's 8,842 British residents of their rights and obligations during and after the transition period. "The British in Mijas are ... one of the pillars of our residential tourism and a fundamental part of the Mijas society and economy," she said, stressing that residents will find "information and support" at the Foreign Residents Department in La Cala. Email frd@mijas.es for more

20:11

Local

All residents in Marbella care homes to be tested for Covid-19

Héctor Barbotta

Marbella town hall will carry out coronavirus testing in all five of the town's care homes, all of which are private, where there are 361 users and 304 workers. Though no cases have been detected during the pandemic so far, care for the elderly has

14:07

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government advises residents not to travel to Spain

Debbie Bartlett

...in the catering trade which will impact many frontier workers. "Noting the terms of the said Decree, Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar therefore recommends that residents of Gibraltar should not travel into Spain, on foot, in a vehicle or by

14:20

Local

Residents of Churriana demand 24-hour emergency service

francisco jiménez

Residents of Churriana took to the streets earlier this week to demand a 24-hour emergency service at the local health centre, which has been open since 2008. Anybody who needs medical attention between 8pm and 8am has to go to Alhaurín de la

12:30

Local

Possible change of date for Residents' Day

Jennie Rhodes

Nerja foreigners' office has said that this year's residents' day could be postponed until autumn. A note sent out on Monday said that the date would be confirmed in due course. However, there was no explanation as to the reason for the possible

13:02

Local

Neighbours fly 300 rainbow flags with pride in Villanueva de Algaidas

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Residents of the village of Villanueva de Algaidas in Malaga province have shown their support to the LGBT community by flying the rainbow flag from their balconies and in the streets. The initiative was launched after the local authority was asked ... to remove a flag it had put on the town hall to mark World Pride Day on 28 June. On Tuesday the village’s Guardia Civil received informal complaints from three residents; meanwhile opposition councillor David Granados had threatened to take the ... local government to court, arguing that it is forbidden in Spain to fly an unofficial flag outside a public building. However, by Friday afternoon, residents had hit back at the complaints by hanging up around 300 rainbow flags on their balconies and

15:32

What to do

Artists and poets sought for online cultural programme

Tony Bryant

The Culture and Foreign Residents departments of Torremolinos town hall have launched several new initiatives for both Spanish and English-speaking residents to participate in to help relieve the boredom of the lockdown. The council's cultural ... submitted by Friday 8 May. Residents are also invited to post a photograph of the first place in the town they will visit once the lockdown has been lifted. The Foreign Residents Department has reminded residents that the office, although closed at

12:20

What to do

Concerts, talks and classes online keep confined residents busy at home

Denise Bush

It may not be a new phenomenon but online cultural events and activities have suddenly seen a surge in interest. Everyday clubs and groups, bands, academies and museums are turning to the internet to keep their members, fans and the general public