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11:06

LifeStyle

Art and fun on the Costa

JANE NORRIE

...www.theartssocietynerja.com uFuengirola. www.theartssociety-costadelsol.org uSan Roque. www.nadfas-delafrontera.org The life of the Societies centres round their monthly talks with experts from the UK speaking on a wide range of entertaining subjects. Initially the ... focus was on fine art but nowadays the menu embraces music, dance, film, theatre and travel - and even the art of cooking. All the talks are superbly illustrated with digital equipment. The season will begin in Benahavís Town Hall on the evening of

10:45

Opinion

Set to repeat

Mark Nayler

...scene. This is partly because now, as then, no single force has enough power to rule by itself, rendering cross-party talks an annoying necessity. But it's not just a fractured political landscape that's causing Spain's governmental voids; the real ... government. He'd be much better off opening talks with Ciudadanos leader Albert Rivera, with whom the Socialists would enjoy the almost inconceivable luxury of a parliamentary majority (providing Ciudadanos don't lose seats on November 10th). That seems

13:15

Opinion

Difficult questions

Mark Nayler

Andalusian coast (around half of all undocumented immigrants who crossed the Mediterranean last year ended up on Spanish shores). On the other hand, Abascal sounds depressingly like Donald Trump when he talks of deporting, without exception, all illegal

13:14

National

UK ambassador talks illegal homes and health in meeting with Junta boss

SUR IN ENGLISH

The British Ambassador to Spain and representatives from the UK Consulate met with the head of the Andalusian regional government, Juanma Moreno, in Seville on Tuesday. Simon Manley, accompanied by the consul for Andalucía, Charmaine Arbouin, discu

10:37

Gibraltar

Picardo and Garcia in London Brexit talks

Debbie Bartlett

Chief minister Fabian Picardo and deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia spent two days in London this week for meetings related to Brexit. The discussions included preparations for a no-deal Brexit in the event that the UK-EU Withdrawal Agreement is

14:57

Opinion

The price to pay

Mark Nayler

...not. Even a fleeting assessment of the phrasing used by Sánchez reveals that UP aren't being offered any real power at all. It was for precisely this reason that talks between the two men stalled ahead of the summer break: Iglesias was demanding control

10:29

Local

"Brexit is stupid and I believe it will end with a second referendum"

JUAN SOTO

You could almost call José Luis Bonet a 'bubbly' businessman (he is joint president of Freixenet), and he is also the president of the Spanish Chamber of Commerce. He has just been re-elected to that post for the next four years and chose Malaga as o

13:17

LifeStyle

29 March 1985: A successful end to Spain's talks to join the EEC

Jennie Rhodes

On 29 March 1985 over 20 years of negotiations with what was then the European Economic Community (EEC) reached a positive outcome when Spain's accession to the bloc was agreed. The announcement was made following a visit to Madrid by a delegation

10:48

National

Merger between Unicaja and Liberbank is called off

JOSÉ VICENTE ASTORGA

The dream of creating one of Spain's biggest banking groups with a likely head office in Malaga was over this week. The respective boards of Unicaja Banco and Liberbank voted to end the talks between them in a disagreement over what share of the

12:15

LifeStyle

Remembering a lifetime in showbiz

TONY BRYANT

...were fascinated by tales of the London music hall scene and the neverending list of famous personalities Gloria had worked with over the years, and so she was soon persuaded to organise a series of talks based on her life in showbiz. Gloria has no plans ... to retire and she has decided to continue giving talks about her life in order to raise funds for worthy causes. "I am 82 now and I thought it was time to retire, but I found that people were interested in my life in show business. I don't think

10:33

National

PM's decision to use an intermediary in Catalonia talks attracts opposition

SUR

There was wide-ranging criticism this week on all sides of the political spectrum after the decision by Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez to agree to a third party sitting in on any future cross-party talks over the political future of Catalonia. Even ... being widely seen as well as a concession to separatist parties who have demanded a powerful international mediator for talks on Catalonia's future. The PSOE needs the support of their MPs in the national Congreso to approve Spain's 2019 budget in a vote

12:57

LifeStyle

Gamers gather for Gamepolis

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Gamepolis hosted more than 60,000 video game enthusiasts last weekend, with fans dressing as their favourite characters, competing in games and attending talks.

16:03

Gibraltar

Further top level talks between Gibraltar and UK over Brexit

Debbie Bartlett

...meeting followed detailed technical talks between officials from different UK government departments and other members of the Gibraltar team, including Attorney General Michael Llamas and Financial Secretary Albert Mena. As the Gibraltar government has ... and although no details have been given by the Gibraltar or Spanish authorities there have been indications that talks between them are progressing well although nothing has yet been agreed. The Gibraltar government insists that none of its red lines

20:31

Local

Ryanair strikes to go ahead after unsuccessful mediation talks

Pilar Martínez

Strikes set to affect Ryanair passengers across four countries look set to go ahead after the airline rejected the demands of cabin crew during mediation talks on Tuesday. The cabin crew, represented in Spain by the USO and Sitcpla unions, are

14:32

LifeStyle

Famous faces at Marbella's International Film Festival

ASH BOLTON

...started in 2006. "We are getting so much more interest," said Mac. "There are at least three world premieres this year and Marbella's Film Festival is now becoming the event everyone talks about." Actors Jason Flemyng (Lock Stock and 2 Smoking

11:09

LifeStyle

Cuisine from the Amazon

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Sometimes, even without intending to, people end up going back to their origins. In the case of Diego Gallegos, who has just retained his Michelin star for his sustainable cuisine based on freshwater fish and home-grown vegetables at the Sollo restau

19:16

National

PM talks business and human rights on tour of Latin America

SUR

The prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, began a five-day visit to Latin America on Monday. In the tour he has been meeting with the leaders of Chile, Bolivia, Colombia and Costa Rica. Spain is a key investor in Latin America and the visit is also designed

15:09

Opinion

What to do?

Mark Nayler

...beginning of September. Top of the priority list for the PSOE leader will be talks with Pablo Iglesias, secretary general of the Socialists' potential leftist ally Unidas Podemos (UP). It's hard to believe, though, that the upcoming round of negotiations ... will be any more successful than the last. Talks broke down before the summer break because Iglesias was demanding important cabinet positions for UP members, such as control of the Labour Ministry, which Sánchez is unwilling to grant. The PSOE ... would be unwise to turn it down. Compromise is key to obtaining a share of national power in Spain. If talks with Iglesias fail again, Sánchez has to be prepared to look elsewhere for support - something he's so far been unwilling to do. His obvious

11:45

Gibraltar

Deputy chief minister talks Brexit with US Members of Congress

Debbie Bartlett

Deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia paid a two-day visit to Washington this week, meeting Republican and Democratic members of Congress and officials on Capitol Hill, including those involved in foreign relations. Despite it being a whistle stop v

15:00

Local

Big wheel to remain in Malaga port despite contract expiration

Francisco JIMÉNEZ

The 70-metre high big wheel in Malaga port has been granted permission to remain in operation beyond the termination of the existing contract, 12 October. This is as talks continue over the extension of the contract for a further three years and

11:48

Gibraltar

“Delight” at the result of Brexit talks in London

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar government has expressed its “delight” at the result of Brexit meetings between chief minister Fabian Picardo and deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia in London this week. The agreements have been the result of intense discussions sin

11:24

Gibraltar

Deputy chief minister reveals details of "bilateral dialogue with Spain"

Debbie Bartlett

It was reported this week that the Gibraltar government has been holding direct talks with Spain about Brexit and their relationship after Britain leaves the European Union, but in fact this was quite old news. It did, however, seem to come as a ... talks with the UK because they said they do not recognise Gibraltar as an authority in its own right, this is being seen as very positive news, and it was backed up by chief minister Fabian Picardo in a TV interview this week, when he explained that the ... discussions began a few months ago. However, he stressed that the negotiations over Brexit in general are being carried out between the UK government and the EU, and the talks between Gibraltar and Spain are only on certain local issues. He was also adamant

14:35

LifeStyle

Celebrating 50 years of business on the Costa

ASH BOLTON

It was almost half a century ago that Alan James first moved to the Costa del Sol. The year was 1969 and the 31-year-old Londoner had been lured out to sunny Spain by the real estate potential for expats - an industry that was about to boom. Now th

11:30

LifeStyle

A hundred years of Bebo Valdés

JUHANI SIMILÄ

The renowned Cuban pianist Bebo Valdés (1918-2013) would have turned 100 years old on 9 October. Bebo was the last living legend of the Golden Age of Cuban Music. His son Chucho Valdés and flamenco singer Diego El Cigala, with whom Bebo recorded his

17:41

National

Expats still none the wiser despite "sufficient progress" in Brexit talks

JENNIE RHODES

talks of “agreements in principle” and states the caveat “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”, leaving millions of EU and UK citizens uncertain about their futures, some 18 months after the referendum result. Chair of British in Europe, Jane ... now.” A setback for May in the Commons The key areas focused on during the first phase of talks were citizens' rights, the Irish border and a financial settlement. The publication of the report, which announced that “sufficient progress” had been

16:41

Local

Social media brings Thor home to his family in Torremolinos

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

Rocío talks about Thor, an eight-year-old labrador, as if he were a child. "I had him first," she says. "I always say I have a human son and a canine one". So it is easy to understand how she felt on Saturday when, at 12.30pm, she received a call

12:04

Gibraltar

Chief minister of Gibraltar to meet Susana Diaz, president of the Junta de Andalucía, for Brexit talks

Debbie Bartlett

...consequences, and this is still the case on many different levels. In addition to talks with local authorities in the Campo de Gibraltar and now the Junta in Seville, and frequent trips to London for discussions with high-ranking politicians in the UK ... government, members of the Gibraltar government have also been holding talks with the local business community. This week, deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia also discussed Brexit with schoolchildren from Bayside and Westside Schools and the College of

15:59

National

Brits in Spain still in the dark despite "sufficient progress" being made in Brexit talks

Jennie Rhodes

There was bitter disappointment from British in Europe to a 17-page report which talks of “agreements in principle” and states the caveat “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”, leaving millions of EU in UK citizens uncertain about their ... a severe impact on ordinary people's ability to live their lives as we do now." The key areas that the two parties focused on during the first talks were citizens’ rights, the Irish border and financial settlement and following the publication of

11:50

Local

"Citizens' rights will be maintained throughout the transition period"

Tony Bryant

...in Spain claim Theresa May is 'boxed into a corner' The ambassador and regional consul, Charmaine Arbouin, hosted two talks about Brexit on the Costa del Sol on Thursday. The talks are part of the efforts made by the British Embassy and Consulates

12:39

LifeStyle

A sight for sore eyes

ASH BOLTON

It was only a week-long trip for Jane Machin, but that was enough time to help screen 741 people in desperate need of eye care in some of the poorest parts of Sierra Leone. The Estepona-based eye specialist was one of a team of five British optomet

13:08

Opinion

No end in sight

Mark Nayler

...government after yesterday's vote, they will still disagree on how to proceed in talks with Madrid. Esquerra, the largest pro-independence party, favours dropping the campaign for outright independence and negotiating with Rajoy instead. The

16:57

Opinion

Deal with it

Mark Nayler

...the difference here is as significant as he makes out. The failure of their negotiations also proves that neither politician has realised the importance of compromise in Spain's fractured political landscape. Throughout his talks with Sánchez,