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20:01

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Plans drawn up for undeveloped site by Parador del Golf and Los Álamos beach

JESÚS HINOJOSA

Plans have been drawn up for building on one of the few pieces of land still undeveloped near to the coast within Malaga. The 235,000-square-metre site is on the border with Torremolinos, next to the Parador de Golf hotel and close to the MA-20 ... /AP-7 motorway and Los Álamos beach. Two pieces of the site are being set aside for hotels and others for a shopping area, offices and public facilities. The scheme is undergoing an environmental impact assessment with the regional government ahead of

14:53

Local

Coworking offices set for key site in Malaga's port

JESÚS HINOJOSA / IGNACIO LILLO

The quayside in Malaga's port could soon host a coworking centre in a prime empty unit, currently home to a temporary 3D Trick Gallery and Lego exhibition. Since the Muelle Uno marina development opened in 2011, the corner space has been officially

16:49

Local

Ruins unearthed by Malaga metro works are largest active archaeological site in Spain

IGNACIO LILLO

The archaeological site unearthed by works along the route of the new Malaga metro tunnel extension is officially the largest in Spain. The Andalusian regional ministry of Public Works has announced that the site is spread across a surface area of ... nearly 4,000 square metres along the Avenida de Andalucía. Works on the site have been ongoing since June 2006, funded by over 20 million euros from the regional government. The team carrying out the excavations is comprised of several specialist ... to preserve and put on display the most important remains, including several artefacts not considered worth officially listing. Notably, the remains of one Taifa-era house, the best-preserved of several found on the site, were recently removed. The

17:19

Local

New "important" archaeological remains found at Cortijo de Acebedo in Mijas

SUR

The department for Historical Heritage at Mijas town hall has made a series of new discoveries during its continuing excavation work at the Cortijo de Acebedo archaeological site. The town's mayor, Josele González, confirmed the discovery of ... water swimming pool and some latrines. These new findings "highlight the archaeological importance of this site, not only for Mijas, but for the province," said González, who has committed to further research on the site.

18:10

Local

Duquesa's Roman ruins to be turned into a visitor attraction with walkways

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

The project to recover the Roman ruins around Duquesa castle in Manilva has entered its second stage - drawing up a plan to turn the archaeological site into a visitor attraction. In the first phase, a specialist heritage company carried out ... cleaning at the site and topographical plans. Now the local council and the Diputación provincial authority are supporting taking the project a step further. The plans will need to include closing off the site and laying out walkways with information

18:06

Local

Funding approved for new caravan park in Axarquía village

Eugenio Cabezas

Malaga's provincial authority has agreed to fund a project to build a parking area for up to 22 caravans and motor homes in the Axarquía village of Canillas de Albaida. The town hall wants to increase tourism to the village, which is situated in t

14:36

Local

La Cónsula cooks up its new stars

FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ

...reservations can be made for the on-site restaurant, used to train students in the art of cooking for and serving the public, although it is already fully booked into the second half of January. A similar restaurant in the La Fonda catering school, in

21:36

Local

The small miracle of the Mozarabic caves

PILAR R. QUIRÓS

...rule. Archaeological study Before any of that can happen, though, the studies have to be carried out, as the town planning committee made absolutely clear. Two of the prayer rooms at the site.PILAR R. QUIRÓS In his report, and in person during ... Arcusves association.PILAR R. QUIRÓS Local residents are excited about the discovery. They now want these caves to be preserved and an information centre to be built there, and they are watching the site day and night to prevent anyone trying to loot it. In