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16:55

Sport

Coronavirus crisis sees Malaga postpone shareholders' meeting

antonio góngora

The nationwide state of alarm has forced Malaga's next shareholders' meeting, due to take place on 2 April, to be postponed. It was due to be a significant one with representatives from the BlueBay group able to attend after the court ruled that 49

10:33

National

High death rate in care homes sees bodies left abandoned in beds

SUR

There was growing alarm this week at the high death rate in old people's homes in different parts of the country, but especially in Madrid. In some cases, stories were emerging of the bodies of dead residents being left in their beds without tellin

23:03

Sport

Missed penalty sees Marbella pass up chance to increase gap at the top

Julio Rodríguez

Marbella passed up an opportunity to extend their lead at the top of their Segunda B group on Sunday as they stumbled to a goalless draw at home to Linense. Nearest challengers Cartagena themselves dropped two points at relegation-threatened Algeci

22:17

Sport

Marbella lose top spot as Granero makes his debut

adg

Marbella's time as league leaders lasted just one match day as a goalless draw in Mérida on Sunday saw David Cubillo's side concede top spot to Cartagena. "It was a very difficult game," the coach admitted. "We knew that Mérida were a very competit

16:42

Sport

The bargain basement

ROB PALMER

It's that time again when football has a garage sale and the forgotten items are given a dusting, a modicum of marketing and then auctioned off to buyers who are desperate for a bargain. There's the curious case of Willian José's link to Tottenham,

11:29

Local

Fears for Holy Week processions as major events are postponed

sur

...touches to their creations. The coronavirus pandemic is already affecting brotherhoods preparing for Holy Week starting on 5 April ahead of Easter. In Andalucía, the regional government has so far said it sees no reason to suspend events, but some

14:31

Sport

Transfer debacle sees fans step up opposition to Sheikh Al-Thani

Pedro Luis ALONSO

It is being described as the most shameful episode in the history of Malaga CF and the club's fans know who to blame: club president Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani. Al-Thani has all summer been considered an obstacle in the planning of the playing squad,

18:09

Sport

Malaga to launch new home kit during Algeciras friendly

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

The new Malaga home kit for next season has been released and went on sale both online and at the club's official outlets on Thursday. The players themselves will wear the kit for the first time today, Friday, during the club's first pre-season fri

15:13

Sport

Pablo Fornals' move to West Ham sees Malaga pocket 700,000 euros

sergio cortés

Pellegrini and sporting director Manuel Husillos, paid Villarreal 27 million euros for the 23-year-old's services of which 675,000 will return to the Costa del Sol club. Malaga are benefiting from the so-called 'solidarity mechanism' which sees clubs

10:58

LifeStyle

A surgeon who sees medicine as a vocation

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

"A doctor's work should be vocational above all else. That's my understanding of my profession," says César Ramírez Plaza, a surgeon from Malaga who, for the third time in less than a year, has led a humanitarian mission in Africa to operate on patie

15:27

Opinion

A singular dilemma

ANDREW J. LINN

When you look for restaurants in most of the world's cities that specialise in customers eating alone, Spain rarely features. Why? Because here the act of eating suggests a group activity, and one hardly ever sees anyone eating on their own. The

13:57

Local

Latest boat-migrant rescue sees city sports centre hosting 100 arrivals

A. F. / J. C. / J. R.

Local services were put to the test once again on Wednesday as 131 people arrived in Malaga in need of shelter. For the first time, the José Paterna sports centre, in the eastern Malaga district of El Palo, was called upon to accommodate rescued migr

12:09

LifeStyle

6 April 1968: Spain triumphs at the Eurovision Song Contest in London

Tony Bryant What Happened today?

The 13th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, held in the Royal Albert Hall on 6 April 1968, was won by the Spanish singer and actress, María de los Ángeles Félix Santamaría Espinosa. Better known as Massiel, the Madrid-born artist was just 21 whe

18:30

Local

Family appeals for news of British man missing in Spain

SUR in English

...in Antequera on 13 December, hitchhiking with a sign reading Campillos. More recently, said his aunt, he is thought to have been seen in Gibraltar, juggling at traffic lights. The family has urged anyone who sees him to ask him to get in touch

12:14

What to do

Showcasing local produce

SUR

The Gran Feria Sabor a Málaga this year is in the Paseo del Parque and is running from midday until 10pm every day until Sunday. The event showcases local products including the traditional Spanish Christmas sweets (turrón or nougat) and cakes (ma

12:50

Sport

Marbella jiu-jitsu champion's fateful fight

Andrew Forbes

...hip bone smashed against Babak's neck, causing trauma to his spinal cord, paralysing him on the mat. Looking back at the video of the fight, one sees that Ushirobira is noticeably distraught. Everyone was in shock. Medics ran over to the mat, yet

18:53

Gibraltar

Gibraltar isn't scared of Brexit

Héctor Barbotta

...companies could eventually relocate. Malta is best placed to take over. Another cause for concern is the price of food. Morrisons supermarket has become the biggest store in Gibraltar. Its car park, on a Monday morning, sees an incessant procession of

20:01

Local

A disappointing result for the province as El Gordo steers clear

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...won one of the fifth prizes in this annual lottery, famous for how widely the prize money is shared among hundreds of winners around the country. Bigger celebrations took place in Madrid where the office known as Doña Manolita, which sees huge queues

13:14

Gibraltar

Gibraltar sends tax transparency message at OECD meeting in Paris

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar sees its presence at the OECD anniversary meeting as a demonstration to the world of its commitment to tax transparency and compliance with international rules in respect of the exchange of tax information on a level playing field basis.

15:34

LifeStyle

The tales of two Madrid correspondents

Mark Nayler

...independistas'," he tells the author. Junqueras' use of "estar" rather than "ser" seems incorrect in this context, but he uses it deliberately to convey his belief that the current setup, which sees Catalonia mainly ruled from Madrid, is only temporary. Last

17:25

Local

Malaga mayor supports east bypass toll road report

Jesús hINOJOSA

The mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, has backed a report that sees a business case for a new eastern toll road from near Rincón de la Victoria inland to the AP-46 Pedrizas motorway. He is also opting for a motorway in a tunnel under the

16:05

LifeStyle

Golden Globe nomination follows top European award for Antonio Banderas

F. GRIÑÁN / I. U.

Malaga actor Antonio Banderas sees his chances of an Oscar rise as yet more success has come his way this week. On Saturday he was named Best European Actor at the European Film Academy awards in Berlin, and on Monday he learned that he had been

17:06

Opinion

Orange wine

ANDREW J. LINN

...for as long as it takes to adopt the desired amber tone and smoothish taste. Otherwise vino de naranja, orange wine, never sees an orange or indeed any other fruit that is not a grape. WINE OF THE WEEK Les Crestes Wines from the Priorato region