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19:52

Travel

Towards sustainable travel

Andrew Forbes

Travel and tourism is undoubtedly one of the world's important drivers of wealth and job creation. Yet the continual growth in travel means we all need to think about our impact on the environment. "Take only pictures, leave only footprints," is a

12:10

LifeStyle

17 January 1966: Atomic bombs fall on Andalusian soil

FRANK GAVURIN

...members on the refuelling craft and three of the seven on the B-52. The crash sent the planes hurtling towards the ground from around 31,000 feet - part of the B-52 landed near a school in Palomares, though no residents were harmed that day - and the

16:47

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government files criminal complaint against Vox in Spain

Debbie Bartlett

The government announced on Wednesday that it has begun legal proceedings against the Spanish far-right party Vox for inciting hatred towards the people of Gibraltar, including statements urging violent action. It says Vox is abusing the right of

10:58

Gibraltar

Zero tolerance towards drink-driving in Gibraltar this Christmas

Debbie Bartlett

The Royal Gibraltar Police (RGP) are cracking down hard on drink-driving with a special pre-Christmas campaign which includes the warning that drivers can still be under the influence of alcohol the morning after a night of heavy drinking. In a ha

12:05

Local

Nerja's Calahonda beach and Carabineros walkway to get major facelift

EUROPA PRESS

...town's famous Balcón de Europa. Steps will be built to allow access from the walkway down onto the beach, with wooden handrails, benches, lighting and a garden area according to the Diputacíon. The money will also go towards taking down an old beach

16:41

LifeStyle

An eye test could be the first step towards detecting type 2 diabetes

SUR IN ENGLISH

Ahead of World Diabetes Day next Thursday, 14 November, the Specsavers Ópticas stores are encouraging customers to learn if they are at risk of type 2 diabetes through a free online assessment by the International Diabetes Federation (visit www.world

14:44

Sport

Sheikh Al-Thani could still be major stumbling block in Malaga saga

SUR

Negotiations are ongoing between BlueBay and new prospective Qatari investors over the sale of shares a June court ruling (which club president Sheikh Al-Thani is appealing) says is owed to the hotel group. While the Qataris have moved closer to me

11:46

Sport

Five out of seven achieved by David Rodríguez

ANDRÉS SAMPER

Mountaineer David Rodríguez came back to Malaga with another box ticked on his Malaga 7 Cumbres project. On 9 August he reached the peak of the Carstensz Pyramid, 4,884 metres high, the fifth of the seven challenges and the highest peak on any island

13:39

Sport

Jony and Javi Ontiveros edge towards the Malaga exit door

SERGIO CORTÉS / Antonio Góngora

With the players reporting back for preseason this week, there have been very few changes to the Malaga playing squad. Sporting director José Luis Caminero must first secure the departures of around ten players and is making some progress having te

17:36

Local

Mijas council edges towards a mayor-swapping coalition

Ivan Gelibter

Mijas is one of the few town halls in Spain where there is still no mayor sworn in following May's local elections. Now it is looking more likely that the centre-right Ciudadanos party (Cs) will do a deal with the conservative Partido Popular (PP) af

18:37

What to do

Swedish "environmental explorer" to give talk in Marbella

Jennie Rhodes

The Palacio de Congresos in Marbella will host the environmental charity event Towards Nature on 14 and 15 October. The event is aimed at students and is designed to raise awareness of how climate change is affecting the world, as well as how to

11:25

LifeStyle

Classmates walk for Chloe in Marbella

SUR IN ENGLISH

Eleven-year-old Chloe, from Marbella, suffers from a rare degenerative disease, and tragically paralysis is, at present, her predicted fate. In solidarity with Chloe's cause, fellow students at Marbella Montessori School will be walking from San Pedr

12:13

LifeStyle

La Cala Lions help children's club

SUR IN ENGLISH

The La Cala de Mijas Lions recently presented the DRANG association with a cheque for 928 euros for the purchase of two large yurt-type tents. The association helps children between the ages of four and 11 to explore nature and develop confidence.

11:49

LifeStyle

Running towards cancer research

sur

A trail of pink passed through Marbella town centre last Saturday in support of cancer research. Dozens of participants, mainly women, donned pink T-shirts for the AECC cancer association fun run. This was Marbella's seventh cancer run and the fir

15:11

Local

Drawing leads to arrest of 'abusive' mother

Álvaro Frías

A woman of Moroccan origin was detained last week after her daughter, 11, presented a diary to a teacher at her school in Marbella which contained a series of drawings which show her alleged mistreatment. For her part, the mother denied that a bru

20:19

Local

Bottle caps recycled for a good cause

IGNACIO LILLO

towards social causes and families who struggle economically. Owner of the company, José Luis Delgado, explains how this material, which has many special characteristics, is recycled and sold. Once washed, ground and recycled, the raw material is sold

13:25

National

King interviews party leaders

The leaders of the political parties with MPs in Spain's Congreso have met with King Felipe this week in a round of contacts which is the next formal step towards the formation of a new government. After talking to each leader to find out who

14:41

LifeStyle

Pink Ladies charity gala raises 3,750 euros for cancer care

SUR

The Pink Ladies from the Mijas and Fuengirola branches of the Spanish Association against Cancer (AECC) raised 3,750 euros as a result of their first charity gala, held at the Valparaíso restaurant in Mijas on Wednesday last week. The gala, attende

18:55

LifeStyle

'Pink Ladies' charity gala raises 3,750 euros for cancer care

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The 'Pink Ladies' from the Mijas and Fuengirola branches of the Spanish Association against Cancer (AECC) raised 3,750 euros as a result of their first charity gala, held at the Valparaíso restaurant in Mijas on Wednesday. The gala, attended by ove

14:21

Local

5,000 in march against violence towards women

juan soto

Around 5,000 people joined the march in Malaga city centre on Sunday to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. They remembered the 44 women who have been murdered so far this year in Spain by their partners or forme

14:08

National

PSOE still negotiating power as holidays near

SUR.

...to become prime minister in a coalition with Unidas Podemos. On Wednesday, the ERC were upset after a PSOE spokesperson implied a deal was almost done and that the ERC had renounced unilateral independence. The PSOE had been pushing the ERC towards

10:48

Local

Benalmádena town hall confident of renewing Puerto Marina concession

A. GÓMEZ.

...collaboration with others which directly control their marinas, has been working for several months on a change to the law which will revert the contracts to their original terms. "Everything seems to be pointing towards the law protecting us," said mayor

13:08

LifeStyle

Gypsy women have much to contribute to the movement towards equality

AMANDA SALAZAR

Sonia Cortés and Jennifer Amador are responsible for the two most important programmes of the Gypsy Secretarial Foundation in Malaga, working towards the development and integration of the "gitano" community and the acceptance of their culture. Both ... daughters to be educated but they also want them to be married young; I tell them that being married or having a partner should not stop a young woman from pursuing her dreams," she adds. Silent revolution "The move towards equality for women should

16:54

Travel

Destination 2020

Andrew Forbes

Towards sustainable travel January is 'summer' across the Great White Continent, when waterways open up to specialist cruises (typically departing from Argentina). Temperatures can average around 15 degrees centigrade at this time of year, and it's one

16:41

LifeStyle

Torrox picks up Sabor a Málaga prize for gastronomy sector

Eugenio Cabezas

Torrox has been named gastronomy capital of Malaga following a competition held by the Diputación provincial government to promote the Sabor a Málaga (taste of Malaga) brand. Mayor of Torrox, Óscar Medina, along with Tourism councillor, Sandra Extr

20:38

Local

Court rulings see Costa head towards as many private-hire cars as taxis

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

A contradiction in the granting of licences to private hire vehicles, including app-based services like Uber and Cabify, means that Malaga province and the Costa del Sol is fast reaching a point where there are as many of these types of cars on the r

15:24

National

European Commission announces target of zero emissions by 2050

SALVADOR ARROYO

...sectors of the economy, including agriculture, transport, construction, and energy production. Von der Leyen insists that the move towards zero net emissions is as much an opportunity as it is a challenge, and that growth need not be affected by a move ... towards a green economy. According to the latest Eurobarometer, public opinion is on her side: 77% of EU citizens believe that action to protect the environment could boost growth. Current EU plans involve a 40% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by

20:58

Opinion

Back and forward

Mark Nayler

...surge of Vox has also caused the PP to reassert its rightist credentials in an attempt to retain voters who might be tempted towards the newcomer - something that its leader, Pablo Casado, will have to do throughout next year to avoid haemorrhaging

14:55

Local

Human remains thought to date from Islamic era unearthed during works

SUR IN ENGLISH

Human remains thought to be at least 500 years old have been found in Almuñécar's old town, during work to improve the electricity supply in the area. According to Almuñécar town hall's archaeologist, Elena Navas, the remains are possibly those of

12:00

Local

Animal rights group accuses town hall of apathy towards abuse

F. TORRES.

LADRAM, a collective of residents in Casabermeja has spoken out over the apparent apathy of the town hall towards what they call “systematic animal abuse”. Recent cases include puppies being found in a bag and three decapitated dogs in the