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14:12

Opinion

How to close a good eatery

ANDREW J. LINN

...parents would have been of him. Five months later it closed its doors, never to re-open. According to what Stannich told friends and customers, he considered the award the worst thing that had ever happened to him. A hamburger joint which served the

14:49

Local

Meat companies restart production following listeriosis outbreak

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

The Junta de Andalucía has granted permission for two meat factories, Icarybe S.L. in Benaoján (Malaga province) and Sabores de Paterna in Paterna de la Rivera (Cadiz province) to recommence production. Both were told to cease operations when some

17:16

Local

Animal charity seeking dare devils for zip wire challenge

Jennie Rhodes

...organisers of the event and whose husband, Luc, will be taking the challenge, told SUR that they wanted to do "something different" that would appeal to all ages and encourage people to get involved in the charity, which has rehomed over 3000 dogs and cats

15:58

Sport

Spirited Malaga fightback comes up just short

frank gavurin

...equalised. Keko was desperately unlucky to hit the bar from distance, and later squandered two more opportunities to rescue a point, the latter coming deep into injury time. This ultimately told the story of the game; while Cadiz took the few chances that

15:37

National

Migrant rescue ship told it can't come to Spain

SUR.

The acting government has said that it doesn't want migrant rescue ship, Open Arms, to come to Spain. The Mayor of Valencia had offered the city as a place of refuge for the vessel which is carrying 121 migrants found off the coast of Libya but wi

13:02

National

Seville told it can't have big cruise ships in city

SUR.

The Supreme Court has told business leaders in Seville that they cannot dredge the Guadalquivir river to create a channel for larger cruise ships. The court said it would damage the delicate environment of the Doñana National Park. Seville had

15:04

LifeStyle

"I was always the nominee; it has taken me 40 years to receive an award like Cannes"

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...great affection and professional friends have told me they are always well received and people are very hospitable. That will also be the case on the night of the Goyas. There is another general election coming up. Will you vote? Yes, I always vote, ... And he said "No, they have misinterpreted what I said". I told him we didn't have a script, because it had been trapped in a bankruptcy proceedings, and had written another, but I had already told him it wasn't the same standard as the first. We didn't

15:16

LifeStyle

The last of the original British players

Jennie Rhodes

...waitress in London. She returned to Poland, with a view to coming back to London. Meanwhile, Steven had a call from his old director of music at Guildhall who told him about an opportunity with a new orchestra that was being established in Malaga. Steven ... in the UK. He explains that he decided he wanted to play the oboe at the age of 12, because "it was different" and his gym master told him he had "a good diaphragm" so suggested he would be good at playing the oboe. Despite also being a talented

18:09

Local

Volunteers take part in La Herradura chameleon census

J. R. / P. G. T.

Estudio y Recuperación de la Biodiversidad (SERBAL) talked about the habitat and lifestyle of the chameleon, which is sometimes known as the Andalusian dragon. They also told participants what to do if they find a chameleon when out walking. The

11:50

National

Catalan 'rebels' told they can be in Euro vote

SUR.

Spain's top courts have refused to block the candidacy for the Euro elections of three Catalan leaders who are in self-imposed exile to avoid facing trial on separatist charges. Former Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont, and his ex-regional minis

12:41

Local

Foreign residents among those evacuated as fire breaks out in Almuñécar

J. R. / P. G. T.

...drivers, who could see the smoke from the Tamaray tunnel area of the A-7 motorway. Police and fire fighters responded to the calls and planes and helicopters were also deployed to put out the fire. One home owner, Mercedes Puertas, told Granada newspaper,

12:39

Local

Benalmádena dog owners obliged to wash away their pets' urine

Tony Bryant

...community. Benalmádena resident Cheryl Smile told SUR in English: "They should be doing this. In the last year the streets have got worse. The sooner something is done the better." Rebecca Thomas was not so optimistic: "I think it will be hard to police

18:15

LifeStyle

Prizes dished out at Marbella film festival

Ash Bolton

...seminars and networking events held at the H10 Andalucía Plaza Hotel, where scores of industry professionals were on hand to give advice to budding directors and actors. Festival director Mac Chakaveh, told SUR in English: "We're proud that we had so many

18:13

LifeStyle

11 October 1977: The return of Victoria Kent

LIZ PARRY / RACHEL HAYNES

...criminals. She told the press that the process to bring democracy back to the country had lacked freedom and that in her opinion the most recent elections lacked validity. Victoria Kent was born into to a liberal Irish-Italian family in Malaga at the end

12:09

National

Catalan government told to remove yellow ribbon symbol

SUR

The pro-separatist government of Catalonia has been ordered to take down the yellow ribbon symbol from public buildings. It is used in protest over the arrest of leaders of the failed 2017 declaration of independence. The authority running the ele

10:44

National

Town halls told to take down last Franco symbols

M. A. ALFONSO.

The Ministry for Justice has asked the 656 municipalities in Spain that still have street names or symbols linked to the dictatorship of General Franco to remove them and comply with a 2007 law. According to government data, there are 1,171 street

15:58

Sport

Pep's pups

Rob Palmer

...midfield in modern times; Xavi, Iniesta and Busquets, yet he's been told he's getting it wrong with Manchester City's golden boy Phil Foden. Xavi Hernández had been a bit-part player until an injury to Pep allowed him a decent run in the team back in the

14:36

LifeStyle

"This is our third visit to the festival. It's a favourite for us"

Ash Bolton

Stephen, who started his career as an actor in the National Youth Theatre, and has now directed eight feature films, told SUR in English: "The film is based on a successful play written by Steven Berkoff. He got the idea from being surrounded by

14:43

Sport

Anger as athletes are told they cannot represent Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Four of the five athletes from Gibraltar who were due to take part in the World Masters Championships in Malaga boycotted it after being told they would have to compete as 'neutral' instead of representing Gibraltar, and would not be permitted to

15:05

What to do

"It was great fun but it all felt like a dream"

Ash Bolton

Kris Marshall said he got involved in the film as he's been friends with Craig and Dean Lennox Kelly and other members of the cast for many years. He told SUR in English: "Craig asked me if I'd be interested and it was a pleasure to be a part of

08:29

Sport

Christian Jongeneel: "It was a battle against the ocean"

JUAN CALDERÓN

...powerful here," Jongeneel told us over the phone from Oahu, after completing his challenge. "At first everything was fine. The first 12 kilometres were fast but then, about halfway, I came across some really strong currents and could hardly make any ... very professional. They told me the winds drop during the night and that makes it easier to swim, but of course without the wind the current is stronger. I was swimming so slowly that it was also difficult for the support boat. Ángela Hidalgo, a ... a device to scare off sharks, but even that caused problems. "The people in the kayak, who had LED lights to be seen during the night, were relieved every hour and a half. They were the ones who were directing me so I didn't lose the route. They told

15:05

What to do

From Halloween in Blackpool to late summer in Marbella

ASH BOLTON

Maimie McCoy (Lore). English actor Kris Marshall, 46, who plays a local cop that gets embroiled in the story, told SUR in English that he was "very much" looking forward to the premiere in Marbella. He said: "I've never been to Marbella before, and ... I'm looking forward to seeing some films and hanging out with some old friends." Actress Maimie McCoy, 40, who is best known for portraying Milady de Winter in The Musketeers, told SUR in English that she enjoyed filming in Blackpool. She said:

14:35

Local

Suspended prison sentence for student who assaulted teacher

Francisco GUTIÉRREZ.

A student from a secondary school in Mijas has been given a six-month suspended jail sentence and told to pay damages and legal fees after being found guilty of assaulting and wounding her English teacher. The sentence concluded that the girl had

11:04

Local

Clamour increases for extended hours on coastal Cercanías train services

IVÁN GELIBTER / ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...also wants a new station to be built in the Nueva Torrequebrada area. The mayor of Torremolinos, José Ortiz, has already told Madrid that the trains should run more frequently during the day and there should be a nighttime service, when the council

14:30

National

Jury delivers guilty verdict in Gabriel Cruz murder trial

SUR.

A nine-person jury has delivered a guilty verdict in the murder trial of Ana Julia Quezada. Quezada confessed to killing eight-year-old Gabriel Cruz in February last year in Cabo de Gata, Almeria. The judge told the jury that it had to forget all

12:24

National

Britons told to learn Spanish post Brexit

SUR.

A report by the UK's influential British Council educational charity has concluded that the best foreign language for Britons to learn post Brexit is Spanish. It says that the British need to be encouraged to learn more languages and ranks the mos

16:40

Education

Recruitment is the main concern of schools ahead of Brexit

R. HAYNES / I. GELIBTER

...outside the UK," he told SUR. He added that the recruitment of teachers was likely to be a problem as it would require more complex paperwork. "I imagine they are working on a global agreement and that they will go into more detail later. But it's true

12:59

LifeStyle

"We used Cabopino - Puerto Banús was too busy"

Director Andrew Loveday, who also plays the character Terry Fisher, told SUR in English that filming around Marbella proved challenging at times. British gangster movie shot in Marbella to premiere at local festival He explained that

14:47

LifeStyle

From breast cancer to pregnancy: a happy ending

FERNANDO TORRES

...asked, and received a resounding and instinctive "no!" in response. He didn't make any other comment; he just told her to see her specialist, "as soon as possible". Paqui had longed to be a mother for many years but everything went against her: a ... mother was a carrier, just like me, and she had her complete reproductive system removed. They're going to have to remove mine as well," she says. Her doctors, knowing how much she wanted a baby, told her the operation could be postponed until she was 40. ... "I'm 37 now, so there were only three years to go," she says. Paqui was convinced she could never become pregnant because of the two chemotherapy programmes she had undergone. "They told me I probably wouldn't be able to have children," she says. She

19:59

Local

Residents' anger at noisy bars in Puerto Marina and council 'inaction'

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...nothing new in Puerto Marina. In 2015 Andalucía's highest court told the council to pay compensation to residents in the blocks surrounding the port for excessive noise levels. The first complaints go back to 1998, when residents presented medical reports

15:21

LifeStyle

"Madrid is the most vibrant city I've lived in"

Ash Bolton

...film follows two working class couples on a day trip to the beach, which ends with a "vengeful act of violence". Larry, who lives in London, remained tight-lipped about the ending, but told SUR in English: "The couples go to Brighton for a day out and