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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

11:26

National

Congreso to vote on new PM next week

SUR.

Next week is the debate and then vote by MPs on the next prime minister. Pedro Sánchez (PSOE) looks unlikely to get support or even abstention from enough other parties to get a majority and observers expect another debate and vote in September.

11:49

Local

Town hall estimates 20 hectares were burned in Marbella fire

SUR

Marbella town hall estimates that the fire on scrubland near the Bello Horizonte development on Thursday night last week (22 August) destroyed a total of 20 hectares (49 acres) of land. Emergency services began receiving reports of smoke, that

12:11

Local

A week against plastic

Iván gelibter

Greenpeace. The initiative, which runs until 9 June, has been encouraging consumers to avoid buying single-use plastic for a week. In this way it raises the question of what would happen if society came together and stopped buying foods and products that use ... for alternatives,” the organisation stated. Greenpeace hopes, therefore, to change society’s mentality and promote a plastic-free future. “When you’re really conscious of the amount of plastic packaging you use and throw out each week, and what that ... means for our sea life and environment, [...] you can’t carry on consuming it in the same way. When that happens, a challenge that initially was only for one week, becomes a lifestyle, not only for you, but also for the people around you,” added the

15:25

Opinion

Poison chalice

ANDREW J. LINN

...that Britain needed, what are now mostly third-world countries are unlikely to be the answer as far as basic or even non-basic needs are concerned. WINE OF THE WEEK El Chozo 2016 When the Pérez Pascuas brothers set up this bodega in 1980 they had ... any animal welfare activist scream. So it is hardly surprising that last week it was acknowledged that nearly all the wines made in the US have dangerously high levels of glyphosate, thanks to Roundup, a pesticide made by Monsanto. The highest

16:59

Local

A week of activities organised to mark Stonewall anniversary

SUR

Rincón de la Victoria has been holding a series of activities this week in the lead up to today's LGBTI+ Pride day, which is being held across the globe to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots in New York on 28 June 1969. Speaking at ... the progamme launch on Monday, deputy mayor, Antonio Fernández, said the objective of the week was to, "inform and give greater visibility to the LGTBI+ collective," and that people should be able to "live with pride and dignity." Three LGTBI+

13:04

LifeStyle

First-class acts hit the summer stage

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ

The Starlite festival in Marbella has already seen a host of performances by some of the great names in music, including The Beach Boys, Kool & The Gang, Sting and Jamie Cullum; this week it has been the turn of Luis Fonsi, James Rhodes, Katie Melua ... between songs except for thank the audience for their applause. David Bisbal returned to the Starlite stage and a sellout concert on Tuesday. Starlite continues next week with more stars lined up including British pop star Jessi J on 16 August. The ... musical highlight of the week, however, had to be the Jennifer Lopez concert on Thursday night on the Marenostrum stage in Fuengirola.

11:51

Gibraltar

HMS Echo paid a visit to Gibraltar this week

D. B.

HMS Echo arrived in Gibraltar on Tuesday, and was scheduled to take part in activities in support of Maritime Week. Plymouth-based Echo is the first of two multi-role hydrographic survery ships commissioned by the Royal Navy. The ship was

13:20

Local

Former Las Pirámides hotel to reopen this week

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

The emblematic Las Pirámides hotel in Fuengirola is to reopen this week, 50 years after it was originally built. The Barceló hotel chain purchased the building and has invested 15 million euros in its complete transformation. The new four-star hotel

14:56

Sport

Al-Thani: "A lot of clubs are trying to profit from our situation"

DARYL FINCH / PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...eased the paralysis around the club. As SUR in English reported last week, Al-Thani went on the charm offensive on Twitter (and later in a club statement) assuring those connected to the club that "everything will be resolved soon". However, this week

10:16

Local

Junta releases 75 million euros to repair storm damage across Andalucía

IGNACIO LILLO / FERNANDO TORRES

...and other infrastructure. Ten million of the total will be distributed among affected town halls. Over 1.5bn euros damage in Alicante area alone as last week's storm affects a swathe of Spain Inland areas of the province of Malaga were ... systems, termed a cut-off low - which crossed Spain at the end of last week, leaving widespread flooding. The worst damage in this province was suffered in the Guadalhorce valley - especially Alhaurín el Grande - and the area around Villanueva del Trabuco

13:16

LifeStyle

An underground jewel

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...of minerals and during the visit people will be able to see the insides of dozens of smaller split geodes, one of which is 3.5 metres," said the local councillor for Tourism, Juan Bautista López, prior to its opening to the public this week. The ... Pensara, is much bigger. The mine, which is in the Pilar de Jaravía area of Pulpí, a few kilometres from the boundary between Almeria and Murcia, opened to visitors this week. Tickets cost between 10 and 22 euros and are currently available for dates

18:09

Sport

Malaga to launch new home kit during Algeciras friendly

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

The new Malaga home kit for next season has been released and went on sale both online and at the club's official outlets on Thursday. The players themselves will wear the kit for the first time today, Friday, during the club's first pre-season fri

15:23

Local

Bollywood looks to the Axarquía for film locations

EUGENIO CABEZAS

Representatives the UK film industry, including former Conservative politician, Eric Ollernshaw, director Sachin Karande and actor, Rajdeep Choudhury, have been in the Axarquía this week to visit possible Bollywood film locations. They have been

14:02

Local

Rincón school's Holy Week exhibition open to everyone

VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

For the fifth year running, La Marina school in Torre de Benagalbón will be offering visitors the chance to see its Holy Week exhibition. The collection of images, posters and statues representing 17 of the 'tronos' that take part in Malaga's Holy ... Week processions was started by Sister Mercedes Fernández and has grown over the years with teachers and pupils adding their own contributions. Guided tours are available to anyone who goes along to the school during Holy Week.

15:00

LifeStyle

Seeing the sights and causing a stir

SUR IN ENGLISH

SOL Classic Car Club Classics at the Festival Santa Catalinaview point.SUR The SOL Classic Car Club participated in the Estepona Classic Car and Motorbike Festival held at the Palacio de Congresos at the end of June. Cars belonging to member

13:22

Gibraltar

Gibraltar confirms supertanker Grace 1 is carrying crude oil

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...speculation from commentators outside Gibraltar that the ship was carrying something other than crude. The Grace 1 was detained in a joint operation between Gibraltar Port, the Royal Gibraltar Police and Royal Marines on Thursday last week, when it freely