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17:56

Local

Planned new hotel in Elviria held up over access from A-7

Charo Márquez

Plans for a W Marbella Resort run by Marriott, east of the resort centre, have been held up while government approval is given for access from the A-7 motorway. A new exit is needed to the site at Real Zaragoza beach, close to Elviria, but

15:42

Local

Work begins on new San Pedro industrial estate car park

Andrea Jiménez

Work to convert a site on the San Pedro industrial estate into a car park with 174 spaces is under way. The project, which will cost 260,000 euros, will see land next to Calle Chipre repurposed over the next month and a half. The new car park

16:31

Local

Totalán dolmen project on hold until Julen case is heard

Eugenio Cabezas

Mayor of Totalán, Miguel Ángel Escaño, has said that the council is hoping to get the go ahead for a project to revitalise the Cerro de la Corona dolmen; a 6,000-year-old megalithic burial site, just 200 metres from where two-year-old Julen fell ... into a borehole last month. Work was due to start after Christmas to make the site accessible to visitors. The dolmen, which was excavated for the first time in the 1990s, was undamaged by the work undertaken by rescuers to reach Julen. However,

13:20

Opinion

What planet are they on?

NEIL HESKETH

...brownfield site that could do with a new lease of life? Or alongside a school or university? Perfect, but alas that is not to be. The planetarium would be crammed into a small plot of virgin land beyond the airport, right next-door to Ikea. An incessant ... swirl of traffic moves past the site; cars crammed with flat packs in the back and the odd Drive-Thru McDonald’s meal on the dashboard. A place of infinite universal aspirations having to sit next to such disposable neighbours. Presumably the content ... of its shows would serve to worry us about the delicate position of Earth, so does nobody see the irony that almost everyone would have to arrive by polluting car in order to be told that? There is something also very ironic about this site. It is

18:28

Local

Antequera Dolmens complex modified to fulfil Unesco requests

Antonio Javier López

The museum associated with the Dolmens of Antequera looks rather different than expected. Works have had to be carried out in accordance with a request by Unesco in order to maintain the complex's World Heritage Site status, which it obtained on

14:14

Local

New site chosen for the prefabricated units at San Pedro health centre

Mónica Pérez

...the new one can be built. It hasn't been an easy task and several possibilities were ruled out but the provincial Health delegate, Ana Isabel González, says the decision has now been made and a site has been selected not far away from the existing ... patients. The new health centre will be on the same site as the present one but will be three times as big. The project is costing 4.6 million euros and should be completed some time next year.

17:54

Local

The Roman splendour of Los Castillejos

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

At the very start of their operation, the archaeologists had one idea in mind: they were going to find a Roman wall. This was the first time in 26 years that anyone had excavated on this site near Teba and their disappointment was great. However, ... the team were eventually able to breathe a sigh of relief when they realised they had found an urban section of Los Castillejos, the first-century fortified settlement, or oppidum, of this Ibero-Roman site. "This is not a little house," explained ... is clear is that we have found a great piece of first-century history," said Francisco Melero, director of the excavations which came to an end last week. It is more than a quarter of a century since initial excavations on the site uncovered the

12:35

National

Three killed and six injured in Catalan factory explosion

M. SÁIZ-PARDO / C. REINO

At least three people died this week after an explosion at a large petrochemical plant outside Tarragona (Catalonia) on Tuesday evening. Six others were injured. The first victim identified was three kilometres from the site inside his home. A ... metal panel, believed to be the lid of the reactor that exploded at the plant, had travelled at speed through the air, crashing through the wall of his flat. The second victim was a boss at the factory whose remains were found on site. A further

12:24

Local

Casares offers up site for new coastal school

C.M.

The Junta de Andalucía, responsible for the region's schools, is to review several possible sites in Casares Costa for a new local school. The town hall is offering up various options for the facility, which, it says, is urgently needed as primary

19:23

Opinion

Intu the storm

PETER SANDERSON

...development planned for Torremolinos. Intu plans to invest 800 million euros in the site next to the Congress Centre however, like the Designer Outlet, the local authorities are insisting that the building licence will be dependent on finishing promised

15:46

Local

Junta completes illegal dump clean-up operation

Eugenio Cabezas

The Junta de Andalucía finished cleaning up the Barranco del Viejo area just two kilometres from Nerja town centre and near the border with Frigiliana this week. The site had accumulated 5,000 tonnes of rubbish over a 15-year period and was the ... illegal dump. Mayor of Nerja, Rosa Arrabal and Environment and Foreign Residents' councillor, Jorge Bravo, visited the site on Tuesday. Bravo said that the Junta “had to be congratulated” for its work to clean up the area and asked for “public spirit” in ... order to keep this and other public spaces clean. The Barranco del Viejo illegal dump is considerably smaller than another illegal dump in Nerja, the Río de la Miel site, which is currently at the centre of a case being heard in the court in Torrox.

16:05

Travel

Chicago, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...and galleries there are world-class options like The Art Institute of Chicago. For more inspiration of things to do, check out the city’s visitor site.

10:31

Local

Management change for two archaeological sites

L. P. Estepona

Two of Estepona's main archaeological sites, the Corominas megalithic acropolis and the Las Torres Roman villa will change hands over the course of the next few weeks. Both sites were put out to tender and the contracts were won by local businesswo

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

12:45

Local

Nerja cave discoverers unite for 61st anniversary

sur

Four of the five men who discovered the Nerja caves on 12 January 1959 gathered outside the historical site last Sunday to mark 61 years since its discovery. María López, widow of José Luis Barbero, joined brothers Miguel and Manuel Muñoz,

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

15:19

Local

Coín residents say opening a new quarry is a 'crime'

FERNANDO TORRES

...of the hillside where the quarry is planned.F. T. The site is also close to a prestigious farm school, visited by thousands of children and teachers every year, which, according to Ávila, would be forced to close. The mayor of Coín, Francisco

11:02

Local

Corominas site revives programme of workshops and concerts

LEANDRO PAVÓN ESTEPONA

The five methalithic tombs dating back 5,000 years on the Corominas site in Estepona will soon be surrounded by music once again. A new programme of concerts and workshops for schoolchildren inside the visitor centre begins this weekend, it was

15:41

Local

What lies ahead for Acinipo?

MARÍA GARCÍA

Just 20 kilometres away from the town of Ronda and its famous gorge is a little-known archaeological site which was once a Roman and pre-Roman town: Acinipo. IMPORTANT POINTS 2013. Acinipo has been on the Hispania Nostra Red List for more than ... five years. Plan. It is hoped that the site's future will be decided in the next couple of months. Information centre. The project has been paralysed since 2004, but is a "fundamental" part of the Acinipo project. Although its name appears for the ... Bética and granted the privilege of minting its own coins. Sadly, the site has been badly neglected, but that may be about to change thanks to a new conservation project with the collaboration of the University of Malaga (UMA), the Junta de Andalucía

12:51

Local

120-metre long poem aims to promote caves as UNESCO site

SUR

site of cultural importance. The 120-metre long poem includes contributions from 25 countries and 72 cities and forms part of an initiative to get the caves included on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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.

19:56

Local

PP demands action over "sporadic" dumping sites

Leandro Pavón marbella

...hall were working to reopen the old dumping site but that they would have to wait until they received "all of the necessary legal and environmental guarantees".

20:35

Local

Body of missing doctor found in Manilva

charo márquez

The body of a doctor reported missing in Manilva on Tuesday has been found. The body of the 54-year-old man, named only as J. P. S., was found in the basement of an abandoned construction site on the Doña Pilar development on Wednesday. His death

20:35

Local

Marbella council starts work on 84 parking spaces next to congress centre

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...expected to be completed by the middle of January and cost 197,000 euros. The investment is part of the municipal-wide parking improvement plan. On a visit to the site, councillor for Works, Diego López, explained that the new car park will be free to the ... public and be available for nearby businesses and a neighbouring hotel to use. The work includes asphalting and a surrounding wall, and some existing trees and bushes on the site have been removed. New energy-saving LED lighting will also be installed to ... centre is being laid out, ironically parking has got worse, as the site, previously wasteland, was used as a temporary parking space before. This has affected some events at the centre including the recent Cáritas charity Christmas market. Organisers of

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

17:13

Local

Malaga's Astoria cinema excavations uncover possible Moorish-era ruins

JESÚS HINOJOSA

Medieval ruins have already appeared on the site which was formerly home to the Astoria Cinema in Malaga before excavations have even begun in earnest. The demolition of the cinema on the Plaza de la Merced has uncovered what is thought to be part ... of a wall from a twelfth-century Moorish settlement. Raúl López, the city's Planning Councillor, said that the regional ministry of Culture's experts would now be able to assess the site. The official archaeological survey that the city council ... has planned for the site is expected to take at least six months. The plot should eventually house an underground auditorium, and several floors above will have restaurants and bars.

10:39

Local

Experts carry out new inspection of Mijas pool where three drowned

FERNANDO TORRES / JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...accompanied by an assistant, went to the site where the events took place to inspect what could have caused this tragedy. The experts arrived at the pool, where several bathers remained and watched on from their sunloungers, after 3pm on Monday. While the

11:31

Local

Agreement reached over convent purchase price

SUR

Mayor of Vélez-Málaga, Antonio Moreno, announced on Tuesday that a purchase price agreement of 800,000 euros has been reached with Unicaja to buy Las Claras. The final decision now lies with the Junta de Andalucía as to whether the town hall will be

14:08

Local

Torremolinos begins second phase of central pedestrianisation project

Ivan Gelibter

The second phase of the transformation of central Torremolinos is well under way and during a visit to the works on Wednesday, the town's mayor, José Ortiz, announced that the new Plaza Costa del Sol would be complete by December. Ortiz described t

13:45

Local

Medina Azahara, World Heritage

CECILIA CUERDO

The archaeological remains of Medina Azahara, near Cordoba, built in the 10th century by Abderramán III, have been made a Unesco World Heritage Site. The international organisation's committee announced in Bahrain last Sunday that it had agreed to ... add the ancient Islamic complex to its list of protected areas. Unesco said that the site serves as a "testimony to the Umayyads as a cultural and architectural civilization, and more generally, to the development of Western Islamic civilization". ... With the naming of Medina Azahara as a World Heritage Site, Cordoba has become the first place in the world to have four areas with this prestigious Unesco status. The archaeological remains join the Mosque-Cathedral, the old town and, most recently,