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10:11

National

Over 1.5bn euros damage in Alicante area alone as last week's storm affects a swathe of Spain

SUR

Images of people wading through water, cars being swept away and flooded countryside made international headline news this week as the Dana weather phenomenon wended its erratic way across large parts of Spain. The British government went as far ... In Albacete province a brother and sister were swept away in their car and a man died, trapped in his vehicle in rising water in a tunnel in Almeria. In total six people were killed in the rains over the last week. Last Saturday morning (14 ... part of town were now uninhabitable. Both the Valencia regional government and national government have continued to extend the level of support being offered to affected areas in this eastern region of the country over the week. Agriculture is one

14:34

National

Jailed former royal gets partial release

SUR.

A judge has decided that Iñaki Urdangarin, husband of Infanta Cristina who is sister of the current king, can leave prison twice a week to do voluntary work. The former Duke of Palma was sentenced to five years and 10 months in 2018 for his part ... allowed out a total of 16 hours a week.

10:34

Local

Businesses lay off staff in Benaoján due to listeriosis crisis

VANESSA MELGAR / SUR

Businesses in the meat industry in Benaoján are laying off staff due to the listeriosis crisis. The largest in the area, Icarben S.L., laid off six employees this week and reduced the working hours of six more. The listeriosis was first ... associated with a meat product produced by the Magrudis firm in Seville, but last week another product from a firm in Benaoján, Incarybe, tested positive for the bacteria. The businesses say more workers could lose their jobs in the future because

14:51

Opinion

There's wine in them there hills

ANDREW J. LINN

...with the DO Malaga, which mainly covers wines made from the Moscatel or Pedro Ximénez grape. WINE OF THE WEEK Pago El Espino This wine from this Ronda bodega (see article) is a blend of Petit Verdot, Tempranillo and Shiraz, and is matured in the

13:11

Sport

Last-minute equaliser ends agonising match for Malaga Femenino

MARINA RIVAS

Lorena made sure her debut was noted by scoring the goal her side needed, helped by a cross from Encarni. "Scoring on my debut is a dream come true, but I think we deserved more," said 18-year-old Lorena after the game. After last week's defeat this

10:46

LifeStyle

Banderas dances to launch his delayed show

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...its doors some time between 10 and 20 November. Tickets for A Chorus Line will go on sale in a week's time. Surrounded by the cast and international production team, Banderas acknowledged that the Soho CaixaBank theatre is his life's project. "It's

13:23

Sport

Champions party

Rob Palmer

The first week of the Champions League has been like the first hour of a house party when all of the different personalities mark their entrance in a vastly different manner. Real Madrid are concocting a cocktail of what's left from previous

13:08

Sport

Double draw as Malaga continue to struggle to find their footing

SERGIO CORTÉS

Malaga chalked up identical results in their last two league games, the first on Saturday and the second, a mid-week fixture on Tuesday. In both games they had to settle for a draw, unable to secure the win they need to lift them up from the bottom

10:48

Opinion

CV geebies

Peter Edgerton

...job. It's awkward, but you try to be polite. "Do they speak Spanish and English fluently?" "No, but they learn really fast and if they don't get a job this week, their pet goldfish will explode in tragic circumstances and also they're my very best

10:45

Opinion

Set to repeat

Mark Nayler

Spain is headed for its fourth election in four years, after King Felipe VI declared this week that none of the country's major parties have enough parliamentary sway to form a government. It's not in the least surprising: the last national vote,

10:45

Local

Puerto Banús marina enjoys a further taste of luxury

Héctor Barbotta

Lurssen shipyard, the yacht was sold four years later for 155 million euros. Solandge is now rented out by its buyers, for a jaw-dropping rate of one million euros a week (crew included). The superyacht, which sails across the seven seas at a speed of 27

14:23

National

Ryanair accused by unions of getting round Spanish stike

J.A. BRAVO / N. HESKETH

Unions have criticised Ryanair for bringing in staff from other areas to beat the strike action by Spanish-based cabin crews and pilots. Action on 1 and 2 September saw just 15 cancellations in Spain across the flight programme. The firm was said t