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16:16

Local

British people could have to pay more tax on properties they rent out on the Costa

Héctor Barbotta

...reached to the contrary, from next year Brexit will result in fiscal modifications which will affect British citizens who live in the UK and earn money from renting out properties they own in the EU. Around 50 per cent of the properties sold on the ... care or revaluation of pensions they receive from their country of origin. "About 300,000 British people have registered, but every one of them knows someone who hasn't," she said. The consul said British tourists will still come to Spain after ... Brexit, and pointed out that the relationship between the two countries dates back to long before the EU was created. If a UK resident in Spain does not have a green credit-card-sized certificate (or A4 paper in older cases) by 31 December, they will not

14:22

Local

Farmers' tractor protest disrupts motorways in Antequera area

AUGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

A large protest by farmers cut off a motorway in the north of Malaga province on Thursday. Agricultural workers were staging a demonstration to draw attention to the low prices they receive to sell their produce compared to the much higher prices ... A-45 Malaga to Cordoba motorway before it finished at the Antequera showground. They also had permission to take the protest through the centre of Antequera. Some 1,000 tractors had registered to take part, said organisers. A spokesperson said, "Our ... problem is the prices. We're below production costs and we can't put up with it anymore. They are paying us two euros per kilo for extra virgin olive oil and the large supermarkets sell it for 4 to 4.20 euros a kilo. "Society needs to know that we are

17:50

Local

Puerto Banús firms fed up with landlords' price hikes

Charo MÁRQUEZ

Owners and tenants of business premises in Puerto Banús have met again in their ongoing dispute with the company that owns the concession to operate the luxury marina. They are angry at what they see as price hikes in fees to operate outdoor ... terraces, permits for vehicle access and use of other facilities. They want Marbella council to take over the operation of the public spaces in the port, which so far the town hall has refused to look into, saying it is the concession holder's

14:51

Sport

Errors cost Malaga dear as they twice surrender lead to Mirandés

Daryl Finch

It was certainly a case of two points dropped as Malaga twice took the lead against Mirandés but were pegged back as a result of unforced errors during their 2-2 draw on Sunday afternoon. Captain Adrián, who made his return to the team after a long

13:48

National

Farmers protest in Madrid over low prices affecting their livelihoods

LUCÍA PALACIOS

Several hundred farmers and growers staged a noisy but peaceful protest outside the Agriculture ministry in Madrid on Wednesday. For a time the traffic was halted. The protesters were complaining about what they say are prices for their produce ... below the cost of production. They claim that others in the supply chain, including the large supermarkets, are making excessive profit at their expense. "Agriculture workers don't want politics. We've been in a crisis for 40 years and we want fair ... prices," said their spokesperson, who is a member of a farming cooperative. Farmers want the government to fix a price for perishable produce which is linked to the cost of production and for selling at a loss to be banned. In addition, they are

01:28

Sport

Heartbreak as Unicaja fall at the final hurdle

Daryl Finch / Juan Calderón

The dream is over. Unicaja's unexpected run in the Copa del Rey ended with runners-up medals as they were soundly beaten in Sunday's final by Real Madrid (95-68). Unicaja had already majorly upset the odds by reaching the showpiece event in the ... arrived for Luis Casimiro's team (14-35), who started to show signs of anxiety as they tried to come back. This led them to make several bad decisions. The coach made changes as he tried to put the brakes on their opponents' game but Madrid had plenty ... Unicaja continued making mistakes, clearly overawed by the occasion, and Real Madrid, as they did in 2014, lifted the Copa in Malaga. Ultimately, the table doesn't lie. Unicaja, who only qualified for the tournament as hosts, were miles behind their

15:27

Local

Frigiliana resident captures fox on video

R. M.

A Frigiliana resident was able to capture the moment a fox ran down one of the village's streets last week. While foxes are not uncommon in the area, actually sighting one is rare. It is believed that the animal had come down from nearby mountains

02:21

Sport

Adrián penalty seals surprise win away at league leaders Cadiz

Daryl Finch

Malaga produced the biggest shock of the match day on Sunday afternoon as they claimed all three points at Carranza, home of league leaders Cadiz. Sergio Pellicer's side pulled off a tactical masterclass to nullify their opponents who before the

12:00

Local

Police in Malaga investigate sex video blackmail at a rate of one case a week

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...although these rarely hit the headlines; if the photos are published at all they are usually limited to the victim's environment and end up being a drop of water in the wide ocean of the internet. In Sánchez's case, however, as he is a public figure, the ... are, and they threaten to send them the video if you don't pay up. If you are famous, they don't even need to know that; they just threaten to post it on social media. Payment in Bitcoin The sum demanded can vary. It is often between 1,000 and 2,000 ... money. Sextortion includes fraud, extortion, revelation of secrets and crimes against privacy, and the offenders are usually difficult to identify because they are abroad and have ways of making sure their computers cannot be traced. Collaborating

14:52

Sport

Marbella win ensures they remain only unbeaten side in Spain

julio rodríguez

...double their lead, Arribas slicing at the ball when it fell to him in the box. The hosts were stirred into action when they were again let off the hook as Ricardo Carvalho hit the bar. The equaliser came when Óscar plucked a searching ball from Redru

15:03

Local

The Kings on the Costa

The festive period finally drew to a close in Spain on Sunday night with the arrival of the Three Kings from the East. While Melchior, Caspar and Balthazar brought Jesus the gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh, the good children of the Costa del

14:14

Opinion

Things are seldom what they seem

JEREMY BLATCH

As an investor and wealth manager, I increasingly hear from investors and advisors alike that they 'fancy' or 'like' a specific country to invest in. Over recent years, the huge growth in capital in emerging growth economies in Asia and Latin

14:50

Sport

Simeone's scrappers

Rob Palmer

...and consistently defy the odds stacked against them. Domestically, they have disappointed and underperformed. They're struggling for fourth place and exited the Copa del Rey surprisingly early against Cultural Leonesa so just how can they compete ... with the best team from the so-called best league in the world? That's just how their manager Diego Simeone likes it. Lull the opponents into a false sense of security, take the blows and counter just when it's least expected. In La Liga, they are ... no longer disruptors; they are part of the elite and that sits uncomfortably with the Argentine. He prefers the status of underdog to top dog. When it comes to Europe, nobody will fancy an uninspiring team against the rested and lauded Liverpool.

17:30

Opinion

The inbetweeners

Peter Edgerton

A huge lorry inched noisily past the cafe window yesterday, just as I was burning my tongue for the second time on what used to be known a white coffee but no doubt has a faux exotic moniker these days. Anyway, said vehicle happened to be transportin

11:34

Local

Alcaucín mayor faces vote of no confidence over lack of dialogue

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Tuesday after Ciudadanos spokesperson and previous mayor of Alcaucín Mario Blancke claimed that there had been very little dialogue with the PSOE since it took the mayor's office in last year's local elections. He claimed that they had only met "three ... the vote was "very unfair" and that it had "been planned for months". Ciudadanos has the support of the two Partido Popular (PP) councillors in Alcaucín and should they win the vote, control of the town hall would pass to a Ciudadanos - PP