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19:17

Local

Weekend Beach Festival in Torre del Mar postponed till next year

Jennie Rhodes / Claudia San MArtín

...will remain the same, with the exception of Argentinian reggaeton artist, Paulo Londra, who is currently arranging dates for his 2021 tour. Artistic director, Fátima Rodríguez, told SUR; “It’s been a lot of hard work and now we are feeling extremely

08:44

National

Spain will welcome back foreign holidaymakers in July, says PM

EFE

Tourists will be able to come to Spain again from July "in conditions of safety", prime minister Pedro Sánchez announced at a press conference on Saturday. "Tourism is a vital sector for the Spanish economy," said Sánchez, encourging professionals

15:03

Local

UK police investigate case of Irish expat missing for 27 years

Tony Bryant

...investigations carried out, as Bernadette's 61-year-old nephew Leon Moore told SUR in English. "No police force originally investigated the case. The initial investigation was done solely through word of mouth among the Irish community in Spain, the Salvation

16:00

Sport

Back on the court and track... 66 day later

MARINA RIVAS / PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...gone 68 days without touching a racquet, not even when I injured my hand. It has been horrible. I haven't stopped working, but it's not the same not being on the court," he told SUR. Nor is the format that he is forced to practice during Phase One. "I

20:26

Gibraltar

Gib chief minister sends out messages to the Queen and Boris Johnson

Debbie Bartlett

The chief minister of Gibraltar, Fabian Picardo, sent a message to the Queen after her televised message on Sunday evening, saying her speech had been gratefully received "as we too rally together and brave this storm to protect our loved ones". H

14:53

Gibraltar

Message of support for Gibraltar from UK prime minister

Debbie Bartlett

UK prime minister, Boris Johnson, who tested positive for coronavirus after suffering symptoms recently, has sent a message pledging support for Gibraltar. In a letter to the chief minister, Fabian Picardo, dated 28 March, he said additional suppl

15:25

Opinion

Luis from Portugal

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

...often, especially in the press. There are many human stories being told about the pandemic, and I take a special interest in those that serve as a lesson in life and arise out of paradoxes. For example, the "angels" that "saved the life" of British

17:24

Local

Fuengirola told to give land grab back to Benalmádena

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The municipal boundary war between Benalmádena and Fuengirola is starting to sort itself out after years of argument between the two neighbouring local authorities. The Junta de Andalucía regional government has told both town halls that the border

16:47

Sport

Judge tells Al-Thanis they face arrest if they don't attend April court date

ANTONIO GÓNGORA / BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

The investigation into the Al-Thani family's management of Malaga CF is progressing quickly, with a second court date set for 15 April. At the first, neither club president Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani, nor his three sons (Nasser, Rakan and Nayef , all

13:19

Opinion

You go boss

Peter Edgerton

...quite dreadful you pedantic, supercilious buffoons’, probably including a light sprinkling of rather more fruity vocabulary unsuitable for publication here. Being told what to do by people who have no business doing so, is enough to make your blood

21:14

Local

Malaga and Granada provinces move to Phase Two of lockdown easing

SUR

...the lowest figure since 5 March, before lockdown. In Spain, 47 per cent of the population started Phase Two last Monday, and 53 per cent were in Phase One still. The Valencia region (including the Costa Blanca) and Murcia were told on Thursday 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

19:29

Gibraltar

The silver lining in the Covid-19 cloud

Debbie Bartlett

...years old. His grandfather, Elliot Federico, says Jake has always received encouragement from his family, friends and his teacher at St Joseph's Middle School, Mrs Serena Lopez - who has told him he will be a famous author one day - but he has always

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

17:32

Opinion

Gecko chamber

Peter Edgerton

Italian gecko. No, some lateral thinking was required. A bloke in a pub told me once (this was the equivalent of Google in the olden days) that geckos eat mosquitos, so I reasoned that if I could banish the teeny flies which had, in recent weeks, become

18:58

LifeStyle

The cultural heart of Malaga beats again

A. J. LÓPEZ / F. GRIÑÁN

...people arrived. One of them was Coloma Fuster, who told us she had gone out for a walk and couldn't resist coming in when she saw the doors were open. As Eduardo left, he said this was a good time to enjoy some extra culture. "This week, I am going to ... visit one museum every day," he told us, and he has the right idea. What better way could there be to renew an acquaintance with art and, at the same time, take advantage of the fact that entry will be free until Sunday (31 May).

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

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

15:04

National

Opening of Spain's borders to tourists in July could be staggered by region

E. MARTÍNEZ / R. HAYNES / EFE

...plan to help small businesses make it through to next year. "It's very difficult to remain optimistic," he told SUR in English, adding that he was only receiving cancellations and so far the news that the country could open up in July had not sparked

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

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

16:22

Gibraltar

Gibraltar continues to ease the lockdown restrictions

Debbie Bartlett

An emotional chief minister said he and his team had "stared into the abyss" at the start of the crisis, when they were told that ten per cent of the population could die. "You cannot imagine what it is like to look at losing 3,000 Gibraltarians," he

17:22

Local

Police investigate spate of dog poisonings in Malaga

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

April and several required treatment after having apparently ingesting rat poison. The owner of the golden retriever that died, Ida, told SUR: "We went out for a walk in the morning. I had her on a lead and didn't notice anything strange happening but

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

18:09

National

Government looks to renew state of alarm for another month

SUR

...legislation and the main, conservative PP party promised recently to vote against him next time round. On Thursday this week, centre-right Ciudadanos and left-wing Compromis told the government that their votes couldn't be relied on for the extension either.

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