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18:51

Local

Torremolinos scales down its summer culture schedule

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos town hall has announced the cancellation of almost all of the large-scale events planned for July, August and September. Suspended events include San Juan, the Festival of Santa María del Mar, the Latin Music Festival, the open-air

18:43

Local

The province's most popular beaches can only be half-filled this summer

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...their capacity halved, as would be the case with El Cristo in Estepona (4,141, as opposed to 7,887), La Cala de Mijas (from 14,647 to 7,690), San Francisco-Fuengirola (from 3,943 to 2,070) or Santa Ana in Benalmádena (13,295 to 6,980). The reduction

15:32

LifeStyle

17 April 1492: Christopher Columbus obtains funding for his first voyage

Debbie Bartlett

...was approved by the Catholic Monarchs of Spain, Ferdinand and Isabella. Columbus had approached the Spanish monarchs in 1486, and they finally signed the contract, known as the 'Capitulaciones', in the town of Santa Fe, near Granada, nearly six ... Columbus didn't waste any time. He set off on this voyage from Palos de la Frontera, in Huelva province, on 3 August. There were 90 men on three ships: the Pinta and the Niña, both small caravels, and the larger Santa María. He didn't achieve his aim of ... natives called it Haiti) on 5 December. On the 25th, the Santa María ran aground and had to be abandoned, and the others set sail for Spain on 16 January, finally arriving back via Portugal in early March.

20:37

LifeStyle

Silent Friday in silent Malaga

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Malaga is famous for its Semana Santa religious celebrations. This year its streets are silent. Silence is usual on Good Friday when the last procession of the day passes by. The owner of the Glass and Crystal Museum, Gonzalo Fernández-Prieto, has

15:59

Local

A Semana Santa with no processions - but plenty of charity

SUR

...cause. Resources and campaigns 'Semana Santa Solidaria' is the name of the programme launched by the Malaga brotherhoods (cofradías), which immediately offered their premises, financial resources and volunteers to help with the coronavirus crisis. ... Semana Santa Solidaria scheme which, he says, already has 100 volunteers. Food initiative One Malaga brotherhood that has gone a step further to help families hit by the coronavirus crisis is the Cofradía de Jesús de Medinaceli, which has invested its ... many as 50,000 kilos of products were given out to 5,000 families in just one day. Virtual Semana Santa Meanwhile the brotherhoods are celebrating Holy Week with their members and supporters with initiatives via their social media and YouTube

14:46

Travel

A small town with a big character

Andrew Forbes

...and me merry to the soundtrack of touristy flamenco bars or residents' impromptu guitar playing from a balcony. Vejer is close to Andalucía's sherry triangle of Jerez de la Frontera, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, and El Puerto de Santa María; so you have no

19:06

Local

Holy Week processions cancelled throughout the province

Antonio M. Romero / JesÚs Hinojosa

There will be no Holy Week processions in Malaga this year. The organisation that represents the city's religious brotherhoods that organise the Semana Santa has agreed with the city hall and the Diocese of Malaga to call off the events to prevent ... people take part in the Semana Santa processions in the city and the financial impact of the week is estimated at 80 million euros.

16:45

Local

Beaches, parks and markets closed on the Costa del Sol

SUR

...region. Semana Santa In Andalucía, where all schools and other education centres are to be closed for at least two weeks, the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, announced the cancellation of next month's Holy Week processions in

12:32

LifeStyle

13 March 1861: First railway opens between Seville and Cadiz

Debbie Bartlett

...inaugurated. The trip took several hours. Nowadays, it can be done in 1 hour 40 minutes, with trains travelling at up to 200 kilometres an hour, and there are about 15 trains a day. Santa Justa station in Seville is the third busiest in the country, handling

21:34

LifeStyle

Living under the rule of women

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...the 1970s it became part of Segovia. There are 512 people living in Zamarramala. To this day Zamarramala is famous for its women's tradition. For centuries every February a festival known as Festival de Santa Águeda (St Agatha's Day) has been

14:44

Local

Sharp rise in coronavirus cases confirmed on the Costa del Sol

SUR

...hospital in Malaga city after showing symptoms. She was discharged on Thursday. This news followed that of a 17-year-old girl from the Santa Rosa de Lima school, also in the city, earlier in the day. The latter was placed in isolation at home with mild

14:15

Sport

Femenino come unstuck against strong Granada side

MARINA RIVAS

...on Postigo to cut out several of Granada's dangerous attacks. The three points lift Granada to within a point of leaders CD Santa Teresa. Malaga, for their part, will aim to make good use of their two-week break before facing Villarreal away.

09:50

Sport

Malaga Femenino come unstuck against strong Granada side

MARINA RIVAS

...second half and had to rely heavily on Postigo to cut out several of Granada’s dangerous attacks. The three points lift Granada to within a point of leaders CD Santa Teresa. Malaga, for their part, will aim to make good use of their two-week break

21:00

Local

Ericsson bans its 200 staff from PTA tech park over coronavirus fears

francisco gutiérrez / ángel escalera

...this week has been half-term. Organising travel agents have said there were some ten local school groups in Italy this week. The first schools back were Santa Rosa de Lima and El Atabal, in Malaga city. They had been forced to cut out cities in the ... back,” said the head teacher at Santa Rosa de Lima school, which had 78 pupils and three teachers in Italy. “We’ve been coming to Italy for 17 years, and this time we’ve been surprised by fewer people than usual in the streets of Rome,” said a teacher ... from El Atabal school, which had 42 pupils in Italy. Pupils from Santa Rosa de Lima school on their visit to the Coliseum in Rome before coming home.SUR Some Erasmus university students from Malaga who are in Italy have also decided to leave, faced

15:24

What to do

A pagan festival to mark the beginning of Lent

SUR IN ENGLISH

Throughout the town there will be Comparsas and Murgas groups playing. On the 1 March, at noon, leaving from the Plaza de la Mezquita, there is a procession carrying the largartija (gecko) which is then burnt on the Santa Ana beach. La Herradura / Almuñecar

15:44

LifeStyle

14 February 1779: Hundreds drown in El Puerto bridge tragedy

Rachel Haynes

On 14 February 1779, the Cadiz town of Puerto de Santa María was the scene of a devastating accident in which hundreds lost their lives. It was carnival Sunday but that year the celebrations had an even more exciting element - the opening of the ... new San Alejandro bridge that crossed the River Guadalete. The bridge was designed to improve communications in the area and boost the movement of goods between El Puerto de Santa María and Cadiz city and beyond. The instructions to build the bridge

12:44

Local

Wintry scenes in Marbella and Mijas and floods in Cártama

NURIA tRIGUERO / hÉCTOR baRBOTTA / Fernando Torres

...whose vehicle had been trapped in a flooded road in Santa Amalia, a neighbourhood that was cut off due to damaged roads for several hours. Torremolinos Emergency services were also busy early on Saturday in Torremolinos as rainwater, mud and debirs

17:51

LifeStyle

24 January 1976: USA and Spain sign friendship treaty

Jennie Rhodes

From there the two men, accompanied by other government representatives from both countries, travelled to the Zarzuela palace where Kissinger met and had lunch with King Juan Carlos I. The party went on to the Santa Cruz palace where, at 6pm, Areilza

16:01

Sport

Late strike denies Malaga Femenino win over leaders

marina rivas

Sunday yielded yet another draw for Malaga's women's team, their eighth of the campaign so far, this time against the league leaders Santa Teresa. José Herrera's side dominated the first half at the Malaga Football Federation as they got the ... with an effort from outside the area. 1 Malaga Pamela (32') 1 Santa Teresa Carrie (88') It was eventually Pamela who made the home side’s superiority count. After Encarni had seen her shot blocked by a Santa Teresa defender, the ball

17:19

What to do

Two-wheeled Santas join charity Toy Run in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

The fifth edition of the charity Toy Run organised by the Komando Amimoto motorcycle club and Torremolinos town hall will take place on Saturday 21 December More than 200 bikers dressed as Santa Claus will participate in the collection of toys

16:50

Gibraltar

Santa raises funds for Wobbles Children's Charity

Debbie Bartlett

Santa's Grotto and other events at Ocean Village have raised over £2,200 for the Wobbles Children's Charity, during a magical eight-day Christmas festival. Founder Frankie Hatton said Wobbles was thrilled at being chosen: "As a children's charity, ... seeing the children arriving in their droves for just over a week to meet Santa and the other Disney characters was a really worthwhile and rewarding experience for us."

16:07

Opinion

Who's who?

ANDREW J. LINN

...is the most notable fish restaurant in Spain, Aponiente, in El Puerto de Santa María (Cadiz province). The editor/creator of the Guide is Enrique Bellver, Diario SUR's long-serving food and wine expert, who makes the earth shake when he enters a

10:20

LifeStyle

The true spirit of Christmas in the Axarquía

Jennie Rhodes

...toys, and of course cups of tea, they really did look like helpers in Santa's grotto. The volunteers form part of the Axarquía Supporters of Los Ángeles Malagueños de la Noche. The project was the brainchild of Axarquía resident Janet Hassall who,

14:54

Sport

Femenino left frustrated by home stalemate after dominant showing

MARINA RIVAS

...forced. The introduction of Edna and Lorena shook things up somewhat, but ultimately neither came up with the goods either. The result means Malaga finish the calendar year in fifth place, 11 points behind leaders Santa Teresa. Manager José Herrera

13:19

Gibraltar

Winter Party in Town and Festival of Lights

Debbie Bartlett

...spectacular show it was. Music, dance, Santa Claus, illuminated Christmas hats, the light show and a fantastic atmosphere got the festivities off to a great start. Casemates Square was packed for the event, the first of many between now and 6 January.

10:38

Local

More than 4,000 protesters "give voices to murdered women" in Malaga march

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN / IVÁN GELIBTER

...have increased the cold statistic behind which are more than a thousand stories. The most recent is a 26 year old who was murdered on Monday in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. We don't know her name yet, but she is already number 1,028. "Just the night before

18:38

LifeStyle

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

Antonio Javier López

...lifestyle matched the traditions of his home city, especially Semana Santa, with his challenging creations. Chicano, who was 83, was behind the early days of the Ateneo arts club as well as setting up the Pablo Picasso birthplace foundation. He also

13:27

Local

More stars for Malaga restaurants in the 2020 Michelin Guide

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

...years between them, in 1980 and 2010. All of the Malaga-based Michelin star winners.Raúl Doblado THE CRÈME DE LA CRÈME Three stars. One of the 11 Spanish restaurants with three Michelin stars is in Andalucía: Aponiente, in El Puerto de Santa María ... time, and Aponiente, Ángel León's restaurant with three Michelin stars in El Puerto de Santa María (Cadiz), was also awarded this year's Sustainability Prize.

16:56

Travel

Where nature rules

Mark Nayler

...out as a seven-room guesthouse in 1952 and is now a five star, 69-room complex with seven pools and ten saunas. It's stunningly appointed outside the small village of Santa Magdalena, on a fertile confluence of the Casies, Pusteral and Gsies valleys, ... afterwards, as did the sensation of having had all physical tension removed from my body. Split identity During the three-hour journey between Santa Magdalena and Venice, from where I flew back to Malaga after my South Tyrol immersion, I contemplated the ... motorway about an hour outside of Venice, the road from Santa Magdalena weaves through the countryside like a giant serpent, slithering between mountains and pretty Alpine villages. Despite having been officially Italian for a century, South Tyrol still

17:33

Local

A festive forest theme for the Calle Larios light show this Christmas

juan cano

...other city centre streets will feature decorations this festive season, including Calle Santa Lucía, Calle Nosquera and Calle Comedias, all for the first time. The lights will be kept on for 40 days and the total cost will be 806,000 euros, 532,000 of

13:55

Local

Archaeological dig set to get under way in Malaga's Plaza de la Merced

JESÚS HINOJOSA

...be found in the first layer are the ruins of the former Hospital Santa Ana. In a final phase, as the digging goes deeper, experts expect to find Roman and medieval remains. Depending on how important they are, they could influence the plans of the

15:00

Local

The end of the flamenco invasion

Antonio Javier López

We gathered just before 9am at the junction of Calle Molino Lario and Calle Santa María, where metal scaffolding was being erected to the height of the dark-haired woman in a red flamenco dress, a mosaic which has become the most emblematic work in

10:01

National

Local Costa priest officiates at Franco's reburial mass

SUR

...of the Valle de los Caídos monastery at the new resting place of Franco's body at the Mingorrubio cemetery outside Madrid. Ramón Tejero has been parish priest at the Santa Ana church in La Cala del Moral for 18 years and the church square is named

14:13

Sport

Walking footballers to raise funds for young family in La Viñuela

SUR IN ENGLISH

...bullring) from 10 to 11 am; every Tuesday in Benahavís (in front of the Grand Hotel) from 7.30 to 9pm; and on Thursdays at the Estadio Santa María in Las Chapas (Marbella) from 10 to 11am. Visitors are asked to check the club website or Facebook page as

12:44

LifeStyle

20 September 1920: The birth of a military elite

CHARLOTTE WAY

...continues to be based in Ronda, sending out legionnaires to march each year in a Semana Santa procession in Malaga, carrying a Cristo de la Buena Muerte (Christ of the Good Death) effigy.