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11:12

LifeStyle

Let the treasure hunt begin...

MADDY HAY

...shade). Visitors can skip out their weekly supermarket shop as the market also boasts a wealth of fruit, vegetables, local cuisine, plants and flowers. It is open from 9am until 2pm every Sunday. Nerja Those in search of a quieter or more ... in the Manilva area this summer. Alongside traditional food, tools, metalwork and leather-making, previous years have seen spectacular fire shows, falconry and bouncy castles. As an extra note: readers should keep their ears to the ground for market ... events at La Térmica cultural centre in the city of Malaga. Their sporadic Red Friday markets feature a veritable bounty of second-hand books and records. What better way to spend a warm Friday evening than digging for gold among mountains of classic

12:17

Local

English speakers wanted to help locals improve their language skills

SUR IN ENGLISH

Volunteers are being sought to help local people in Mijas and Benalmádena improve their English. If you have native-level English and have some spare time to give back to your local community, two initiatives are ongoing. In Mijas, the I SPEAK

17:43

Local

"Despite the enormous risk, we understand why Africans board the boats to try to reach Europe"

eugenio cabezas

Moustapha and Makhtar Diop climbed aboard a Cayuco (a small Indian canoe) and left their native Senegal on 26 May 2006. Along with 110 other people, they spent 11 days on the Atlantic Ocean, six of which without food or water. They made it to ... Axarquía, where they have families of their own, the brothers learned of the death of their younger sister, Mbeine, who was trying to reach Spain on a boat from Tangiers on 1 May. "I was working at the Feria de los Pueblos in Fuengirola [Makhtar is an ... Moustapha are only too aware of the risks that thousands of Africans take every day trying to cross the Mediterranean to reach Europe. However, despite having just returned from Senegal where they buried their only sister, they both explain that they still

17:25

Local

Overseas candidates hoping to do their bit

SUR IN ENGLISH

...in elections? There are perhaps a couple of hundred on the 'padrón' but only around 50 who have given their intention to vote. Generally speaking the foreigners are a good source of new ideas when it comes to local politics even if they're not ... "ousted" after a vote of no confidence in 2016. "There are lots of foreigners living in the campo and Manuel is hoping to count on their vote," says Ann. She says the main reason she is standing is, "I need to stand up for something I believe in." "I want ... now, none of our mayors has really made this a priority. In addition, the project has suffered because there are different political parties ruling the town, region and country and they like to make life difficult for their political opponents. But

14:22

What to do

The districts of El Perchel and La Trinidad open their patios to the public

TONY BRYANT

7 June: Flamenco and folklore show. 8pm Each year, residents of the El Perchel and La Trinidad districts throw open their plant-filled patios to the public for the Concurso de Patios 2019 competition. Organised by Malaga city hall, this will be ... meeting place for neighbours during the hot summer months. Most of these traditional corralones (the Spanish term for these types of dwellings), were built in the mid-19th century, but their design is based on classic Roman and Muslim architecture. ... The festival also gives an insight into the popular traditions of Andalucía in the past, while highlighting the pride the residents have in their homes as well as the social and cultural promotion of two historic districts of Malaga. This area is

18:21

Local

Hand-made shade comes to Alhaurín de la Torre

FERNANDO TORRES

When temperatures start to soar, it's not uncommon for councils across the country to install sunshades to protect their residents from the sun's harmful rays. In Alhaurín de la Torre, plastic shades have been put up across the central areas for ... many years, but this time resident and visitors won't be able to help notice a difference. Seven women, plus their crochet teacher, Eva Pacheco, have spent months weaving new sunshades for the town centre. The idea originated from the council's

17:17

Education

Full marks from SUR in English

Rachel Haynes

We have to go back to January to find the start of this story. That was when teachers at the international schools in southern Spain and Gibraltar received their annual emails inviting their students to send in work for the annual SUR in English ... and creativity was then slotted into the pages of the special supplement that was published in March, along with information and news from local schools. Having their work published is a prize in itself, however the students whose contributions were ... selected as the best poems, stories and artwork in the primary and secondary categories were invited with their families to the SUR offices in April to receive their certificates. There, they were able to visit the newsroom and enjoy refreshments, this year

13:08

National

'Rebel' separatist MPs banned from attending Congreso sessions

SUR

The four recently elected Catalan MPs and one Senator who are on trial on charges of rebellion have been banned from sitting in the Spanish parliament after winning seats in April's general election. The five took up their posts last week after a ... still on trial, parliament is entitled to tell them not to attend. These MPs now have to decide whether to keep the seats, meaning their votes cannot be counted in the upcoming vote on next prime minister, or give them up to others lower down their ... Turull and Josep Rull, three of the MPs of the Junts Per Catalunya party are expected to keep their seats in Congreso. Raül Romeva of the ERC has a seat in the separate Senate where votes are less crucial. In Congreso, the absence of any separatist