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20:50

Local

Andalucía restricts more places which have excess Covid case rates

sur

The Junta de Andalucía government announced extended restrictions and lockdown measures on more areas of the region this week. Faced with high case numbers in certain communities, regional ministers agreed to order on-site classes to be suspended

13:06

Local

Building licence approved for new San Pedro health centre

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

The long-awaited new San Pedro health centre got the go ahead from the town hall on Monday when the council approved the building licence. Work is due to start early next year on the site. The Junta de Andalucía, that is responsible for the health ... service, put the design of the project worth 4.3 million euros out to tender in June this year and, under the previous mayor of Marbella, had said it would start work in February 2018. The new building, to replace the existing centre on a nearby site ... started, however a juridical report later overturned this idea The site covers 3,000 square metres and provides primary healthcare services not just to San Pedro but also to Nueva Andalucía, Benahavís and the eastern side of the Estepona municipality.

14:36

National

Sagrada Familia finally gets planning consent

CRISTIAN REINO.

The world-famous Sagrada Familia construction site in Barcelona has finally got a building licence 136 years after the basilica was started by renowned architect, Antoní Gaudí. Although the towers reach up to 150 metres high, until now the city

14:01

Local

Starlite venue planning permit puzzle is solved

Mónica Pérez

...one point threatened to see the concert festival leave the town. The Junta de Andalucía regional government, which is the owner of the site, has agreed at last to let Marbella council lease the old quarry for up to 24 more years. The council in turn

00:53

Local

Fire destroys Mollina's "English" holiday park

FERNANDO TORRES

More than fifty prefabricated mobile homes burned down on Sunday evening when a fire broke out at the Pueblo Fiesta Lazy Days holiday park in Mollina. Around 90 people were on the site at the time, most of them British, said municipal sources. No ... Firefighters from the provincial fire consortium were deployed to the site, in the area known as Cañada Realenga, along with members of the Civil Protection organisation, health emergency services, Local Police and Guardia Civil officers. The flames were ... nationals on the site, many of whom live there all year round, or for long periods of time, official sources said there were also some Dutch citizens, among other nationalities. The mayor of Mollina, Eugenio Sevillano, told SUR on Sunday evening that the

17:54

LifeStyle

The other 'Torcals' of Malaga province

FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ

...has just been published by the University of Malaga. El Torcal de Antequera is considered one of the most important karst landscapes in Europe and is Malaga's principal natural wonder. It was declared a Site of Natural Interest as long ago as 1929, ... area of rock formations which José Manuel says is of interest is the 'Torcal' of Peñón del Berrueco, which is in Cortes de la Frontera, on the border with Cadiz province. This one is considered an outstanding site of geological interest because of its

01:04

Local

Mollina fire started in an empty property, says firefighters' report

fernando torres

...well not be possible to establish the exact cause. The sources said that more than 30 firefighters worked non stop on the site from 4pm to 2am. Their work was "especially complex", said the consortium's president, Manuel Marmolejo, adding that other ... due to the numerous explosions of gas cylinders as the home burned. Forty homes were totally destroyed, three were partially affected and 18 were untouched. Around 70 people, most of the British, had to be evacuated from the site; 20 of them were

13:34

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Museum publishes new book called 'Lost World: Secrets of a World Heritage Site'

Debbie Bartlett

Finlayson of the Gibraltar Museum, are publishing a glossy coffee-table book called 'Lost World: Secrets of a World Heritage Site', which will be presented at the Gibunco Literary Festival next month. The Gorham's Cave complex is the last known home of ... the Neanderthals, and it was classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 15 July 2016, but the excavations actually began and have been ongoing since 1989. The fascinating discoveries made in the caves, and the wealth of flora and fauna which