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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

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

11:50

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

16:41

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

11:34

LifeStyle

Imbroda's biggest challenge yet

SUSANA ZAMORA

He was always reluctant to go to the doctor. He went for three years without ever consulting his GP and had no check-ups, not even a blood or urine test. “What for?” he would ask. He always felt well and never took any medication, not even during t

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,

13:39

Sport

Jony and Javi Ontiveros edge towards the Malaga exit door

SERGIO CORTÉS / Antonio Góngora

...attracting the interest of La Liga side Villarreal. According to SUR sources, negotiations between the two sides are ongoing and it is highly likely that a deal will be reached shortly. N'Diaye: a wanted man Talks with Villarreal are also ongoing on a

14:30

Sport

Unanswered questions

Rob Palmer

...told that talks had broken down over the rights and Sky would be switching their attention to the Bundesliga. Luckily I didn't sign up for German classes as the deal was resurrected in the autumn of 1997. Here's the contrast between the running of the

16:15

Sport

Malaga CF's future still up in the air nearly a fortnight on

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...operates, but principally with regard to the playing squad. Though talks over a contract are yet to take place, within the club they are confident that a deal can be reached without the need for urgency. More pressing is the need to move players on,

16:13

Opinion

The waiting game

Mark Nayler

A Socialist-UP coalition is still a long way from becoming reality, though, as talks between Sánchez and Iglesias are in danger of stalling. Iglesias wants UP members to have full cabinet positions in the next government, a request that Sánchez is

11:28

National

Amazon depot strike planned for Christmas

SUR.

Workers at Amazon's main Spanish distribution centre outside Madrid are to go on strike on key dates around Black Friday and Christmas. This follows a breakdown in talks over changes in working conditions, although unions have said they are ready

14:43

Local

"Brain to brain communication will change everything"

NURIA TRIGUERO

Kevin Warwick talks about connecting the human mind to machines, of communicating between ourselves directly brain to brain and expanding our sensory, physical and intellectual capacities through technological implants. These sound like science

13:44

Local

Malaga-based Unicaja Banco mulls merger with Liberbank

JOSÉ VICENTE ASTORGA

Shares in Unicaja Banco and Liberbank were star performers on Spain's stock exchange this week after both companies announced that they were in talks about a possible merger. Their share prices rose between 14 and almost 16 per cent. Unicaja ... employees and 1,866 branches with hardly any geographical overlap and market-leading positions in many areas. Both companies have stressed in statements that the talks are not at an advanced stage and no formal offer is on the table. Unicaja Banco had

16:22

Local

Vélez-Málaga company launches own hummus

Europa Press

...widely in supermarkets including Mercadona and Lidl across Spain. A spokesperson for the company said that they are in talks with food retailers in and around the Madrid area with a view to start selling the hummus, which they say, does not contain

14:34

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Literary Festival this month

Debbie Bartlett

...to Fridays. Standard tickets cost £12, or £8 for children aged between four and 18 and people over 60. This is an excellent chance to enjoy talks and interviews with well-known authors and local writers, on a wide variety of subjects. Full details

12:06

LifeStyle

Life-saving microbes

SUR

...attack. She then started to suffer from recurrent diarrhoea and was given a faecal transplant at the Ramón y Cajal hospital. Her mother, Celia Gómez, talks on her daughter's behalf, because Irene finds it difficult to speak because of the brain damage

14:29

Local

Unicaja to pay increased dividend as its Liberbank merger draws near

JOSÉ VICENTE ASTORGA

...may have been the last time Unicaja Banco, under head Manuel Azuaga, presents its results in its current form. The company is in talks to absorb Liberbank, the eleventh largest bank in Spain. Liberbank has its main operations in northern Spain and

16:08

LifeStyle

Juan José's new lifestyle

Ángel Escalera

...otherwise. "The target I have set myself is to weigh less than 100 kilos and find a job," he says"I feel much better and I can do things now that were impossible for me before"In this report, Juan José talks to us about his everyday life, the challenges he

13:40

LifeStyle

22 March 1993: Celebration of the first World Water Day

Georgie Kenny

...refugees, indigenous people, disabled people - are often overlooked, and may face discrimination, as they try to access safe water. In Spain, the events that take place to celebrate and promote this day are usually educational. They take the form of talks

13:50

LifeStyle

A lifelong devotion to language and art

Tony Bryant

...retirement in order to enjoy life on the Costa del Sol, Liz, who speaks Spanish and French (her maternal grandmother's language), keeps herself busy giving well-attended talks about art. She has also lectured in Spanish on 15th century illustrated medieval ... came into contact the U3A in Fuengirola in 1998 and since then, she has used her expertise and knowledge to give regular talks on the history of art. "I read, probably in Sur in English, that U3A was hoping to start a branch in Fuengirola, and the

11:58

Local

Ryanair set to reach deal with unions over Spanish workers' rights

SUR

...airline appear to have been solved in recent days. Early on Wednesday morning, after several hours of talks, unions reached a pre-agreement with Ryanair which meant cabin-crew strikes planned for yesterday and Sunday 13th were called off. According to

10:44

National

Sánchez sets date for snap general election: 28 April

...cross-party talks, provoking a strong backlash from some of his own senior party members after the apparent concession to the independence movement. Sánchez became PM only eight months ago after a successful no-confidence motion, with the help of the

10:32

Gibraltar

Blow for Gibraltar as EU excludes it from no-deal contingency plans

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...negotiated by Theresa May and the dreaded no-deal scenario looks increasingly possible. Picardo and deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia, who holds the Brexit portfolio, flew to London the other day for talks with senior officials about the latest

16:06

National

Sánchez weighs up next move after general election win

SUR

...conclude talks and find a way to get enough MPs' support. The Socialist party candidate must get the votes of 176 MPs (an absolute majority) in a first vote. If that fails, in a second vote within 48 hours the conditions are easier and he needs to come out

11:02

Local

Brits in Spain more concerned about future after the rejection of Brexit deal prolongs uncertainty

JENNIE RHODES / IVÁN GELIBTER

...rejection of May's deal means that the "anguish" felt by Britons is being extended and that people she talks to are "more worried than ever". For Sue Wilson, chair of anti-Brexit group, Bremain in Spain, the collapse of the Withdrawal Deal was as welcome ... for "constructive" cross-party talks after her narrow win in the vote of no confidence on Wednesday. Jeremy Corbyn said on Thursday that if the country is "facing the potential disaster of no deal, our duty will then be to look at other

17:01

Local

Malaga to promote language tourism

JUAN SOTO.

...the Spanish schools association (NACEM) and will be made up of debates, talks and informative meetings. Ideas regarding Spanish being an economic resource and tourist attraction will be discussed.

16:55

LifeStyle

Culinary promise from the Costa del Sol

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Both young and veteran chefs from around the country have been in Madrid this week for the gastronomy fair Reale Seguros Madrid Fusión. While the three-day event includes talks, workshops and demonstrations by some of the country's most veteran

13:44

Opinion

Heroes

IGNACIO LILLO

...just one day." Malaga is a heroic place; it always has been. The city's motto talks of its people being the first in the fight for freedom, very hospitable and charitable and always dauntless. Of them all I prefer this last attribute, which