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17:12

What to do

Afternoon of fun and games in aid of Mijas donkey sanctuary

Tony Bryant

...memoirs. The fun starts at midday, with book signings from 1pm, followed by the quiz at 2pm. Those interested in the quiz, which offers a prize for the winners, are invited to enter a team of four people at a cost of one euro per person. To register,

17:32

Opinion

Mind your language

Peter Edgerton

...be some equally random words until the sixty seconds was over and he'd got 8,000 euros. It went a bit like this: "Your time starts... now! RrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrSTVQrrrrrrrrrrrPRSSSSrrrrrrrrMNMNJKrrrrrr." "Tom Hanks!" "Correct. RrrrrrrrrrHGJDS

15:58

LifeStyle

From the mountainside to the kitchen

JAVIER ALMELLONES

In the last days of winter and the first few of spring, the Malaga countryside starts to burgeon with plants which still form a part of traditional Spanish recipes. The most well known is wild asparagus (trigueros) which are highly coveted by

15:08

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Covid-19 vaccination campaign continues

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar's number of active cases of coronavirus is starting to fall and the vaccination campaign is in full swing. On Thursday there were 204 active cases of Covid-19. All four of the most vulnerable groups of the population have now received

19:25

Gibraltar

Gibraltar starts Covid-19 vaccination campaign

Debbie Bartlett

There was a huge sense of anticipation on Saturday evening when the first 5,850 doses of the Pfizer BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine were delivered to the Rock by an RAF plane. The vaccination campaign began early on Sunday, with frontline workers and resid

14:13

Local

Restoration starts on landmark bridge in Estación de Cártama

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

The well-known iron bridge over the Guadalhorce river at Estación de Cártama will soon be fully restored. The local council will be spending over half a million euros in the next six months, with work due to start next week. The mayor of Cártama,

22:52

National

Spain's night curfew starts at 11pm tonight, Sunday

ISABEL MÉNDEZ

The nationwide curfew announced this Sunday with the declaration of a new state of alarm in Spain to curb the spread of Covid-19 comes into force tonight (Sunday 25 October) at 11pm. Movement allowed outside homes betwenen then at 6am is limited to

19:14

Local

Turkish Airlines starts up again from Malaga

Pilar Martínez

Turkish Airlines has started up its flights again from Malaga Airport following their suspension at the onset of the Covid-19 crisis. These are the only flights currently coming into the airport from outside Europe. From 1 August, Turkish is op

15:48

Local

Mijas starts preparing Las Lagunas fire station land with test drilling

andrea jiménez / neil hesketh

Ground tests are under way on the land that will shortly become Mijas' new fire station. Shoppers at the Parque Miramar have become accustomed to seeing the work in recent weeks as the land is prepared between the retail park stores and the A-7 Coín

12:48

Opinion

A comedy of errors

Peter Edgerton

...implications of what you've just found out a little more profoundly. That, I'm afraid, is when the trouble starts. It's a scenario that can apply to anything from meeting up with friends from long ago or hearing that your ex, for whom you've convinced

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

15:00

Sport

New season for Unicaja starts to take shape

JUAN CALDERÓN

The last season may only have just finished but Unicaja's attentions are already firmly on the new campaign as it slowly begins to take shape. Luis Casimiro's side will return from a summer break on 10 August for the start of preseason, it's been a

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

12:26

National

Former PP treasurer implicates ex-PM in illegal funding case

R. Gorriarán

...kept a copy," Luis Bárcenas has now told investigators, a few days before the trial starts over the case. The PP has said Bárcenas still needs to prove the accusation. "That PP no longer exists," said the party's current leader, Pablo Casado.

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

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

15:10

Local

Trapiche market - a firm fixture in the Axarquía diary

Jennie Rhodes

...natural cosmetics. Some of the local charities are regulars and insurance companies, estate agents and other businesses also attend. Despite the early starts - she gets up at 4.30am and drives from her home in Cártama to be at Trapiche by 7.15 - Anita

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

14:16

What to do

Marbella starts new year with contemporary art

Tony Bryant

The Excellence Art Gallery in Marbella will host the first of a series of international exhibitions planned for the new year on Saturday 4 January. Under the banner of Painting and Connecting the Global Mind, the exhibition will feature the works

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

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

12:12

Local

Costa social scene starts to shut down as groups heed official advice

SUR IN ENGLISH

Social and cultural activities involving the expat population of the Costa del Sol started to be cancelled en masse in the latter half of this week. Societies and associations appeared to be heeding advice against bringing people together. The he

17:35

Local

Carrefour starts selling product made of Axarquía-grown avocado

AGUSTÍN PALÁEZ VELÉZ-MÁLAGA

An avocado dip made with Axarquía-grown fruit has gone on sale in Carrefour supermarkets. The spread, which is made with 99.2 per cent avocados and is preservative and gluten free, is the creation of local tropical fruit company Reyes Gutiérrez.

19:36

National

Spain passes 200,000 Covid-19 cases, as mass testing is introduced

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

Monday's official Covid-19 report for Spain puts the total number of cases past the 200,000 milestone (200,210) with an increase of 4,266 in 24 hours. This means that, with a population of 47 million, one in every 235 people in Spain has tested pos

11:02

Local

Work starts on improvements to Torremolinos hospital

Ivan GELIBTER

The Health Ministry at the Junta de Andalucía announced on Wednesday that improvement works had started at the Marítimo hospital in Torremolinos. The works, expected to cost more than three million euros, will improve the condition of a number of

12:46

National

Mad Cool music festival starts in Madrid

SUR.

The fourth annual Mad Cool multi-stage music event kicked off on Wednesday night in Madrid with around 40,000 people at a concert by Catalan singer, Rosalia, who has recently become an international celebrity. This year, organisers have learned fro

10:53

Local

Amazon starts using its Malaga logistics centre

J. HINOJOSA.

Amazon is now using the distribution centre it has put up at Los Prados near Malaga next to the railway on land loaned by Adif, the rail infrastructure company. The tent-like structure acts as a staging post for local distribution and has been buil

11:51

Sport

The fire sale starts now

Rob Palmer

Spanish media. (That's a rarity - using cheer and Mourinho in the same sentence!) But it needs somebody special and he's no longer 'The Special One'. Get ready for the exodus - it starts right here, right now!

15:50

LifeStyle

Pushing boundaries in aid of local charity

Tony Bryant

...out. It often starts after a mile or so and can last for up to an hour, but eventually wears off," Ed told SUR in English. Ed has set up a GoFundMe page for people to support the cause with donations, and is also publishing a daily report on his

13:15

Local

Benalmádena's Mississippi steamboat starts to sink

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The rough sea claimed another victim, this week, the old steamboat moored in Benalmádena marina, which had partially sunk by Thursday. With the help of divers, the Willow was stabilised to prevent it tipping over until further measures could be ta