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19:52

Local

Malaga faces another drought with a lack of infrastructure to deal with it

A. PELÁEZ/ M.D. TORTOSA

After four dry years and lower than average rainfall, Malaga province is in danger of drought and the situation is deemed serious enough for the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Susana Díaz, to tell the Andalusian parliament this week that a ... and La Axarquía, so that water can be passed from the western region, which has the most rainfall, to the east, when necessary. The present connection between the Costa del Sol and Malaga can only transfer 200 litres per second, which means a maximum ... from there to Malaga. At a meeting on Thursday the Junta promised to improve the pipe network on the Costa del Sol so that more water can be transferred from La Concepción reservoir. At present, the Guadalhorce reservoirs contain just 112 hm3, La

18:52

What to do

Sara Baras brings 'Shadows' to Malaga

TONY BRYANT/FERNANDO TORRES

...the art. In an interview with SUR earlier this week, the dancer claimed that so many things, both good and bad, have happened to her in the last twenty years and the new show will focus on this journey, but she pointed out that it was also a tribute ... to the fans that have supported her illustrious career. “I love flamenco. I feel very accomplished because I have not stopped dancing for the last twenty years. I want to preserve everything that I have learned, and I would like to pass it on,” the ... selection of images that portray the passion, colour and ambience of flamenco. Sara's career began more than 30 years ago and her beginnings in Cadiz are an important part of her character. She was first guided by her mother, dancer and choreographer,

11:19

LifeStyle

Reliving the golden age of rock and roll and a subculture that took on the Establishment

Tony Bryant

'Thirty campers held after Wild West battle' reported the front page of the Daily Mail on Saturday 5 August 1961. Colin Stoddart, now retired and living in Calahonda, was among the young men who were arrested after a gang fight that took place on ... known as Mods. This story is among the many that are recalled in Mods to Rockers, a new book available from Amazon, in which Colin recounts his experiences in the music scene of the 1960s. Colin was born in East London in 1943 and was educated at St ... the bank. Colin and his generation were at the forefront of a new style, beat and ethos that would take Britain into a brighter and more confident future. His recently published book tells the story of a young man bearing witness to one of the

18:52

Local

Dance championship cancelled amid plagiarism lawsuit

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The Campeonato de Baile dance competition will not take place this year after Torremolinos town hall announced that it was “improper”. The competition was created in 1989 and the final usually takes place in Torremolinos. This news come after ... culture, Aída Blanes, insists that the cancellation has nothing to do with the lawsuit.

18:35

National

Secessionist drive goes down a gear as sides focus on election

SUR

Just over two weeks after the Catalan parliament declared the republic of Catalonia, the separatist parties are starting to admit that the region was not ready for independence. The politicians behind the independence process, which kicked off ... separate ways and stand as individual parties, candidates are turning to more realistic objectives. ERC, the Catalan Republican Left party, admitted this week that “mistakes have been made” and that they have been “naïve”. These words came in a letter to ... to lead the regional government. This time, though, the pre-election period is showing no signs of the hurry for independence that featured in the campaign of the previous poll. The “18 month” deadlines announced by the pro-independence coalition

12:29

Local

Miami company buys most of La Equitativa

JESÚS HINOJOSA.

...per cent) and some private owners. Although nothing has been confirmed yet, it is believed that the Key International will turn the building into holiday apartments.

12:10

Local

Family clan that burgled Costa houses falls

J. CANO.

After an operation lasting four months, Guardia Civil officers have succeeded in arresting the members of an alleged family clan behind over 20 robberies in homes on the western Costa del Sol. According to sources, the group was made up of two men

13:33

Opinion

A load of bull

MARK NAYLER

A couple of weeks ago, SUR in English published a letter by a reader named John Fitzgerald that contained some entirely unsubstantiated claims about the modern Spanish bullfight. In particular, Mr Fitzgerald - citing no sources for his hefty ... accusations - said that fighting bulls are frequently harmed before entering the ring. According to Mr Fitzgerald, fighting bulls in Spanish bullrings are weakened by being “beaten over the kidneys” before the bullfight begins. In all the twenty years that I ... therefore intrigued as to how Mr Fitzgerald apparently discovered that it is a widespread practice in modern bullfighting. Likewise with his equally unsubstantiated claim that the bulls have Vaseline rubbed in their eyes beforehand so that their sight is

13:15

Local

Town hall reveals plans to build a 67-metre pier

SUR.

Vélez-Málaga town hall unveiled last week computer images and a video for a pier in Torre del Mar. The video, as well as details of the project, were revealed during a press conference where councillors announced that the walkway will measure 67 ... metres in length and have a viewing point at the end. They confirmed that it is designed to be “fully accessible” and will be “made using sustainable materials.” The director of the environmental aspects of the project, Alberto Jiménez Madrid, said ... that the pier is also designed to, “respect coastal dynamics and the movement of sediments.” Tourism councillor, Jesús Pérez Atencia, said the pier would be “a new tourist attraction as well as being the only one in Andalucía.” He added that it would

13:01

Local

Torremolinos 'shopping resort' plans finalised

ALBERTO GÓMEZ.

...work for the shopping and leisure centre. The complex will be situated north of the Palacio de Congresos and in the next few weeks the proposed area for the 500-million-euro complex will be fenced off so that the space can be cleared.