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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

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

14:42

Local

Processionary caterpillar removal service launched in Rincón

Eugenio Cabezas

Rincón de la Victoria town hall has set up a special service, run by EMVIRIA, which the public can contact for the removal of processionary caterpillars. The cycle of processionary caterpillars normally culminates in spring, when they leave their

14:08

National

Spaniards living in the UK share concern at Boris Johnson's new points-based entry system

SUR

...but they haven’t replied to me yet. I think it’s bad and unfair that they treat us Europeans like this.” Some see the benefits Marcos from Madrid, who works in the City and didn’t want to give his full name, was more supportive. “I think it’s ... brilliant that they require people to speak English and show that they are suitable for their job.” In contrast, Silvia González, a Spanish campaigner for the rights of EU nationals in Britain, said the new rules “don’t take into account what immigration

13:09

LifeStyle

21 February 1980: 100 British couples become Costa celebrities

WILLIAM HOLMES

...status, being serenaded by singers and guitarists from a local ‘tuna’ group (a university music group that play in tourist areas) before they were quickly ushered away on their holidays. The BBC then prepared to snap the other 100 tourists who arrived ... anniversary in the off-peak season. The new arrivals, who came to the Costa del Sol for a full month, stayed at Hotel Fuengirola Park where they joined a total of 800 fellow Brits enjoying their holidays. Saga Holidays organised dances, dinners and drinks ... to congratulate these couples, who married in 1940, when their country was at war. It not only looks like they proved Saga Holidays’ point, but they also set an example for others to follow. The Costa del Sol is today at record-breaking levels of

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

15:53

Sport

Malaga women’s 1998 treble winners angry at Supercup snub

MARINA RIVAS

...won the Supercopa again later with Levante. It’s a shame that we have such outstanding titles and that they’ve been lost in time,” she says. Another of the mainstays of that Atlético Málaga team (today Malaga) was Isa Guerrero, now a delegate of the ... AFE’s women’s football committee. Deeply affected, she said: “They seem to want to erase our history.” “People are jumping on the bandwagon of women’s football now, but it existed before and so did the Supercup. It’s something we worked hard for.” Her ... protest is also directed at the Spanish Football Association. The reason for this is explained by Manuel Hernández Navarrete, the so-called “father” of women’s football in Malaga: “I’ve been contacted by people who told me that they had spoken to the