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20:26

Sport

Alejandro Davidovich to feature in ATP Challenger in Marbella

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

Local tennis prodigy Alejandro Davidovich, currently 87th in the ATP rankings, will play in his hometown in next year's ATP Challenger Marbella. 2020 will be the third year running that the town's Puente Romano Tennis Club hosts an ATP Challenger t

10:22

Local

SUR holds annual award ceremony for outstanding 'Malagueños'

SUR

SUR newspaper group held its annual awards on Monday evening, recognising achievements of local people and organisations. Presented with support from Unicaja Banco, there were prizes in six categories. THE PRIZEWINNERS Culture. Antonio Banderas, a

11:54

National

Public money, partly spent on bribes, cocaine and prostitutes

SUR

...validation or control and often to those who the politicians favoured most. Sometimes imaginary employees were added to a payroll in order to inflate the payments. While none of those convicted benefited personally, it is alleged that many PSOE supporters

13:00

LifeStyle

Chefs break with tradition at Madrid Fusión

GUILLERMO ELEJABEITIA

...for allergies and intolerances and even turned the menu order upside down. He cooked under dimmed lights and invited the audience to take off their traditional glasses and "look again at the food store infront of us". Without those traditional

14:28

LifeStyle

Summer increases the risk of relapses for those addicted to drugs and gambling

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Psychiatrists warn that addictions and relapses leave signs to be detected by those around the patients, such as changes in mood, irritability and depression, reduced academic or professional performance, strange behaviour, headaches, lack of appetite or ... Manuel, who has been having treatment for five weeks after his relapse in July. Those are the words of a survivor.

10:50

Local

Southern Spain district of the RBL honours the fallen

Tony Bryant

Charles Betty, 96, who attended the service proudly displaying medals he was awarded during WWII, as well as medals his father had received during WWI, explained to SUR in English the importance of remembering those who lost their lives in conflict. 1st ... Fuengirola Scout Group on parade.SUR "I am here today to honour our colleagues who died during two world wars and those who have lost their lives since 1945. It is extremely important to remember them as they gave their lives so we can be free." ... Ex-military personnel and the families of those who served, and those who still serve, gathered at the Salon Varietés Theatre in Fuengirola for a service led by President of the RBL Southern Spain District Neal Toplis. The 1st Fuengirola Scout Group took part

11:59

Local

At least 930 people will be investigated for spreading the Víctor Sánchez del Amo video

SUR

The investigation into the posting of an explicit video of Malaga coach Víctor Sánchez del Amo on social media will look into around 930 people who retweeted it. The court will be investigating each case individually and will focus on those who were ... stop them publishing the sexually explicit video. The search for the blackmailers is proving somewhat more challenging for the authorities than attempts to find those who shared the footage.

14:50

What to do

The fiesta of the Virgen del Carmen remembers those lost at sea

Tony Bryant

...de Monte Carmelo, known also as the Virgen Del Carmen, the patron of mariners and fishermen, take place after a traditional seafaring mass. One of the most emotional moments comes when the Virgin is escorted into the water in order to honour those that

17:28

What to do

Orientalism recovers its splendour at the Thyssen

REGINA SOTORRÍO

At one time, everybody from the middle class wanted a painting with such colour, beauty and exoticism in their living room. Orientalist painting was fashionable at the end of the 19th century and numerous European and, of course, Spanish painters jum

16:38

Local

Britons among those held over hashish shipments in orange boxes

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

The operation followed the usual pattern - bringing hashish from Africa and hiding it on the Costa del Sol or in the Campo de Gibraltar. But the twist was moving it on to the region of Extremadura where it was vacuum packed and hidden among oranges b

13:33

Gibraltar

Christmas tree recycling scheme launched on the Rock

Debbie Bartlett

Those with real Christmas trees to dispose of can do so in an environmentally-friendly manner by taking them to the Civic Amenities Facility in Europa Advance Road. The trees, which would not survive in the local climate if planted, will be

11:45

National

Owners welcome measures but say they still fall short of what's needed

A. PELÁEZ / H. BARBOTTA

...in Mijas say that this is a major step forward, they agree that it still falls short in many regards. "We are very happy for those who will now be able to access basic services," said SOHA president Phillip Smalley, "but we still have a fight on our

18:59

Opinion

Get a grip

Peter Edgerton

...they worked with make-up and costume and set design and stuff like that. They weren't building camera rigs, that's for sure - not in those jodhpurs, anyway. I did talk to the pint-drinkers though and asked one of them what he did. "Grip," he growled ... one of those job titles that you see at the end of Starsky and Hutch when you're a child and you ask your dad for enlightenment and then realise that nobody in the world can actually know as he looks at your two uncles for support and all three shrug

12:56

Local

Police halt 400kg hashish boat on San Pedro beach

SUR

...hashish, weighing about 400 kilos were seized, as well as the seven-metre vessel itself. In addition, a four-wheel-drive vehicle waiting to receive the goods was found. Those responsible for the shipment fled into the darkness, and investigations

11:02

National

Madrid toughens up rules for kids travelling out of Spain without parents

P. MARTÍNEZ / N HESKETH

It's an increasingly common situation; children leaving Spain to go away without parents, on a school trip or with friends of the family. With the rise in the risk to child safety, Spanish authorities have announced that from 1 September, the rules f

16:39

Local

Volunteers remove half a tonne of waste from Nerja beaches

Eugenio Cabezas

Around 50 volunteers participated in a clean-up of Nerja's beaches last Saturday. Those taking part used motorboats and kayaks to remove half a tonne of waste from the cliffs and beaches of Nerja during the event. Plastics from local greenhouses,

17:49

National

Consulates offer advice for those who can't get "green card"

SUR IN ENGLISH

...because of high demand for the so-called "green card" proof-of-residency document with Spanish authorities. Residency Up-to-date official Brexit information For up-to-date official Brexit information on residency for those in Spain, consult the ... for a Tarjeta de Identificación de Extranjeros, a TIE, over a grace period of several months. Otherwise, those with no green certificate would need to apply for a TIE.

14:32

LifeStyle

Famous faces at Marbella's International Film Festival

ASH BOLTON

Hundreds of film fans are expected to descend on Marbella for the town's international film festival from 2 to 6 October. · For more information visit www.marbellafilmfestival.com A red carpet will be rolled out during the five-day movie extra

10:09

Local

Drunk electric scooter user caught and fined 1,000 euros in Malaga

álvaro frías / juan cano

...three times over the limit. This was one of the first fines dished out for this offence but comes in addition to a number of arrests made of users riding models known as 'scooter-choppers', which are larger and faster than those permitted on public

11:30

Local

Free Christmas Eve meals given out to those in need

FERNANDO TORRES

It has become a normal sight in the city on Christmas Eve: people queuing to receive food from Ángeles Malagueños de la Noche volunteers, so that no family need go without on this important occasion. Antonio Meléndez, the president of the association

13:28

Local

Mijas food forest project seeks a reconnection with nature

Tony Bryant

...food is harvested. Those with larger areas of land, like Paul Arts and Marina de Boer, are experimenting with forest gardening, a sustainable plant-based food production and agroforestry system based on woodland ecosystems. This system incorporates

12:23

Local

Marbella's CCTV system is the most high-tech in all of Spain

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...of those who have claimed to have been victim of a robbery were in fact not in the place they claimed the crime happened at the time. Marinas monitored The 85-camera system already covers Puerto Banús and the Virgen del Carmen marina, as well as

12:19

LifeStyle

Support sessions offer comfort for those affected by cancer

Tony Bryant

The Cudeca Foundation has initiated a campaign to promote its monthly support groups for English-speaking people with cancer or other life-limiting illnesses. MEETINGS uEstepona. American Club of Estepona on the first Thursday of the month at 11.30

11:29

Local

More than 5,600 people in Andalucía began treatment for alcoholism last year

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

...per cent of people in the region who began treatment last year did so for alcohol addiction. About 40 per cent of those who start treatment do so voluntarily; 30 per cent are referred from GPs or health service staff and 17.5 per cent through ... events on this day to raise awareness of the severity and size of this problem, which in many cases is hidden and not admitted by those who suffer from it because it is considered normal to drink on social occasions. The regional Ministry of Health and

13:45

Local

Police warn of technique used by burglars to monitor targeted homes

Á. F. / J. C.

...contain jewellery or cash (those inhabited by middle-aged people or older). When they return days later to see the plastic or thread is still there, they know that the property is unoccupied and break in undisturbed. Properties were especially targeted

13:32

Gibraltar

Challenges lie ahead, but Gibraltar will overcome them, says chief minister

Debbie Bartlett

...undoubtedly arise as Britain withdraws from the European Union, but "we have also done the work to prepare Gibraltar for all the potential consequences of our departure. Those consequences will come now at the end of the transitional period... the solutions ... generations that came before us. That is what has given our nation the strength it has today. That is what has delivered the prosperity we enjoy," he said. The chief minister also repeated his warning to those who try to incite hatred against Gibraltar and

13:31

LifeStyle

Urinary incontinence, the silent condition that affects millions of people worldwide

SUR

...particularly serious, or even as a normal consequence of ageing, despite the difficulties it places on the quality of life for those who suffer from it, making them less autonomous and affecting their self-esteem. It can often also cause urinary infections and ... to those used in the case of prolapse of pelvic organs and therefore, when considering the risks, it is important to distinguish between the minor ones associated with the surgery using mesh for stress incontinence and those associated with surgery

12:55

Local

Marbella’s CCTV system the most high-tech in all of Spain

charo márquez

...of those who have claimed to have been victim of a robbery were in fact not in the place they claimed the crime happened at the time. The 85-camera system already covers Puerto Banús and the Virgen del Carmen Marina, as well as the areas around the

12:29

Gibraltar

Video of border closure exhibition launched

Debbie bartlett

Those who missed the exhibition to mark the 50th anniversary of the border closure can now see it on a video produced by the Gibraltar National Archive. The film can be found on the Archive website www.nationalarchives.gi, together with the video

10:43

Local

Budget for women's information centres has risen to nearly 13 million

Alberto GÓMEZ

Women's information centres in many municipalities (CMIMs) in the province will receive nearly 13 million euros in 2019 to provide further assistance to women in general, but especially the victims of gender violence. The grants paid by the Andalusia