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11:35

Local

Marbella Fútbol Club unveils plans for a new stadium for 18,000 spectators

Héctor Barbotta

...complex which would include a shopping area and a hotel. There would also be 2,000 parking spaces. Unlike the present stadium, the new one would not have an athletics track. It would, however, have a 4,600-square-metre VIP area and a 1,000-metre ... involve a change in the use of the site or exceed the maximum amount of construction permitted. The shopping area included in the plans would also pose no problem in that respect. The initiative is still in the early stages, which is why it has not yet

13:32

Local

Prada to take prime spot in outlet village by Plaza Mayor as new brands are added

juan soto

The McArthurGlen Designer Outlet, part of the Plaza Mayor shopping complex near Malaga Airport, has announced that Prada is among the new brands signed up to open a store. Silbon and Bimba y Lola will also be opening outlet branches on the site. ... Because of the prestige of its international name, Milan-based Prada will take one of the vacant units in the central square of the shopping development which opened in February this year. There are various empty sites in this part of the mall still and as

13:36

Local

Statue to be erected in tribute to healthworkers in Malaga

P. R. Quirós

Mayor of Malaga Francisco de la Torre announced recently that Plaza de la Solidaridad, in front of the Larios Centro shopping centre, would be the location for a new monument being created to honour healthworkers and their efforts during the

21:26

Local

Rules will relax for sport, shopping and socialising in Phase Two

sur in english

...adventure activity. Shops & businesses: Shops can open with 40% capacity. Shopping malls can open but with lower capacity in communal areas. Homeworking still encouraged. Bars and Restaurants: Interiors can now open with 50% capacity and no bar

15:24

Local

Shopping centres in Andalucía will be able to open up to 16 Sundays and holidays a year

JUAN SOTO

Shopping centres in Malaga province will soon have more freedom in deciding when to open than ever before. The Junta de Andalucía has now approved a modification to the Ley de Comercio Interior which means these businesses will be able to open on16 ... Sundays and public holidays a year. It means that shopping centres which are over 300 square metres in size will be able to open on six Sundays more than at present. Comercio Andalucía fears for the future of small shops The change in legislation ... on any Sunday and public holiday they like, as at present. Changing demand The Andalusian government says this modification will enable the shopping centres to adapt to customers' changing demand, which it considers essential in the present

17:17

Local

Malaga shopping mall relaunches after revamp

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Malaga city's Larios indoor shopping centre was relaunched last weekend with a mixture of official presentations with local dignitaries and a concert for shoppers. The large mall, between the main railway station and the city centre, has been

17:40

Local

Online shopping pushes up postal sector despite fall in traditional mail

J. A. BRAVO

The rise in the use of the internet initially seemed to mark the end of the postal service. However the huge increase in online shopping in Spain is, paradoxically, pushing up money spent on sending by mail once again. The latest report by the ... share) and MRW (11.2%) come next, followed by DHL (6.2%). Online sales reached 39bn Online shopping sales in Spain reached over 39 billion euros in 2018 and helped increase postal services' revenues by 19% to almost 4.9 billion euros, even though the ... amount of items sent across the postal system fell by 8%. Internet shopping parcels tend to weigh more and need faster delivery and premium services, which, the report explains, is the reason for companies earning more with less volume of items. The