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16:51

LifeStyle

The eagles of Benalmádena are not flying high

IGNACIO LILLO

...complement for the eagles and falcons; fish for some species and goats and sheep for the vultures. A regular component of their feed are newborn male chickens which are discarded by the meat industry (those reared and sold in butchers' shops are always female

14:45

Local

Ruling clears way for more Sunday opening

SUR.

A court has overturned a regional government restriction on larger shops and shopping centres in Malaga city opening on Sunday and public holidays. Malaga is officially classified as an area with a high concentration of tourism, meaning shops can ... open. But the Junta banned stores over 300 metres and parts of national chains opening on Sundays and public holidays in areas outside the centre of the city. Larger shops have been complaining, and now the court agrees, saying that the Junta cannot

14:30

National

Small business in freefall: an average of 22 shops a day have closed since July 2015

LUCÍA PALACIOS

Inglés and the fact that new generations are used to buying with a click of their computer mouse, are all causing serious difficulties for traditional shops such as hardware stores and haberdashers, to the point that many of them are disappearing. FEWER ... ENTREPRENEURS 800 self-employed workers a day on average left the system in July. 13,000 shops are likely to disappear by the end of this year, according to Uatae forecasts. The statistics show that in the past four years an average of 22 shops have closed ... 11,537 shops have closed in the past year. There is no sign of this improving, because Uatae predicts that by the end of December this year around 13,000 businesses will have gone, so the trend is expected to continue. This is of particular concern

13:36

Local

Banús foreign tourists are second biggest spenders in Spanish shops

SUR

The Costa del Sol is full of tourists spending their money. With the warm weather and endless places to shop, the Costa attracts many tourists eager to take advantage of the shopping. According to a report prepared by Spain's Ostelea tourism schoo

11:48

Local

"Everything has changed since the coronavirus pandemic struck"

Tony Bryant

Katie O'Neill came to live on the Costa del Sol 15 years ago. She soon discovered the Cudeca Foundation and began working as a volunteer. Today, Katie is the coordinator of Cudeca's 23 shops and outlets and, as she explains to SUR in English, she is ... now spearheading a campaign to enlist the help of new volunteers to get the outlets back on track after the devastation caused by the coronavirus pandemic. How did you become involved with Cudeca? I asked at school if there were any charity shops ... where I could donate some of my children's clothes and someone told me about Cudeca. This is when I first discovered Cudeca, and seeing as the children were in school, I had time to offer my services. HER WORDS SHOPS "Our staff are all given training

14:33

Local

Fuengirola town hall to repair leaky roofs in port shops

Ivan Gelibter

Water leaks in 81 premises within Fuengirola port are to be repaired by the town hall. More than 300,000 euros will be spent to complete the work but the council insists that, besides these works, the area needs to undergo a facelift. The port au

18:02

Local

Fuengirola reveals initial plans for a new 91-million-euro marina

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...square which will connect directly to the seafront promenade and spacious areas to walk around, lined with shops and restaurants. With regard to the number of berths, these will almost double from 471 to more than 800. A quay will also be built for