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20:30

Local

Stormy seas for Costa del Sol's fishing fleet

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...be the death of the local trawling sector, and if boats are scrapped unemployment will rise. Another change faced by the fishing sector in the near future is related to bivalve molluscs. The Junta de Andalucía is working on a decree which will mean

12:27

LifeStyle

How to act fast in the event of a cardiac arrest

SUR MALAGA

...overall rise, from five to 18 per cent, in the number of witnesses providing CPR at the scene. This is perhaps due to the increased availability of classes such as those held at the Clínico Hospital, and the increase in life-saving knowledge among the

15:14

Local

Charity retail, the good cause moneymaker

Tony Bryant

...with the network of shops drawing in 72 per cent of the year’s total figure. Katie O’Neil, coordinator of Cudeca’s network of commercial outlets, explained to SUR in English why there had been such a drastic rise in funds generated in the shops.

14:54

Sport

Golf regains its importance on the Costa del Sol with new investment

alberto gómez

...government, unblocked a situation which forced several clubs to close during the worst years of the crisis, from 2012 to 2014. At that time, the delicate economic situation was made worse by the aforementioned rise in IVA, which came as a shock to the golf

17:44

LifeStyle

The heart of Scottish tradition

Tony Bryant

As August comes to an end and Andalucía starts to cool down after several months of scorching temperatures, the final summer festivals and celebrations will be under way throughout the region. One of these is the XIII edition of the Douglas Day festi

15:32

LifeStyle

Unspoilt beaches and a large dose of history

Jennie Rhodes

...direction of Malaga, high-rise buildings and trendy beach bars disappear altogether and are replaced by reeds, followed by fields growing peppers, tomatoes and other local produce and the occasional boatyard. The first beach on this journey has become a

10:12

LifeStyle

A first taste of the land of his dreams

Mark Nayler reading into spain

“seemed to rise from the sea like some rust-corroded wreck”. Here he spent his first ever night abroad, sleeping at a rustic inn next to a snoring old man tethered to his goat, his head “roaring with Spain”. Lee’s imperious poetic economy enables him to

13:44

LifeStyle

Is this an old man?

SUR

...continues to rise, and Spain is no exception. In 1998, only 3,474 people reached their 100th birthday; two decades later, that figure has multiplied almost by five. The Continual Register of Inhabitants which is drawn up by the National Institute of

13:51

Local

Torremolinos enters the new year with optimism

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

Tourism figures for Torremolinos in 2016 represented a remarkable increase compared to previous years. Hotel occupancy hit record levels during the summer months and the catering sector in the town also reported a significant rise in business during