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20:40

Local

Work starts on new botanical gardens site in Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

The town hall has started work to prepare an area of land in Nagüeles for a new botanical gardens and nursery. The facility, covering 13,280 square metres of land near the pine woods, will serve to supply seasonal flowering plants for the beds that

16:35

Sport

Tentative plans in place for the return of the World Padel Tour

MARINA RIVAS

The World Padel Tour has announced that action will resume with two special behind closed doors tournaments at the Madrid Arena. The first, under the name Estrella Damm Open, will be held from this Sunday, 28 June, to Sunday 5 July, and the second, w

12:38

Local

Nerja bus company offers free travel for over 65s and under 12s

Eugenio Cabezas

Nerja town hall announced on Monday that it has signed an agreement with the local bus company allowing people over the age of 65 and under 12 to travel free on the town's buses, to start with immediate effect. The agreement forms part of a series

20:03

What to do

Malaga starts opening up for art, music and culture again

Denise Bush

Museums Museo del Patrimonio Municipal Malaga. Tuesdays to Sundays 10am - 8pm. Avda de Cervantes 4. With art collections from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century as well as artefacts, documents etc. relating to the economical, social and c

18:00

Local

Endesa starts work on two new solar farms in Teba

andrea jiménez

The renewable energy branch of Endesa, EGPE, has started work on two solar farms, La Vega I and La Vega II in Teba. Forty-five people are working on the construction and that figure will rise to more than 200 with the help of the town hall. Once

14:17

Opinion

No business as normal

Mark Nayler

Institute (INE), during April - for the entirety of which Spain was under one of the world's most severe lockdowns - precisely zero international tourists visited the country. Consequently, tourist spending was also zero. As normality slowly starts to

17:26

Local

Solutions sought as respect for lockdown rules starts to wane

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ / IGNACIO LILLO

It's 8pm on the seafront in Malaga and even though it is closed to traffic, there are crowds of people walking on the pavement and cyclists, skateboarders and runners on the road. Although most are complying with the regulations (only walking with th