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No new coronavirus cases reported in Gibraltar in over a week

Debbie Bartlett

From Wednesday 15 June there have been no active cases of Covid-19 in Gibraltar, and the number of people in self-isolation had dropped to nine by yesterday, Thursday. Figures issued by the government showed that so far 11,864 people have been tes



Bookings for flights to Malaga shoot up 62 per cent in a week

Pilar Martínez

As the Costa's hotels start reopening, the latest report from Turismo Costa del Sol shows that for the week 9 to 15 June, flight bookings to Malaga increased by 62 per cent compared to the previous week, coinciding with the government's announcement ... their return. However, demand from the UK increased by 42 per cent in the following week with the UK government expected to relax its policy from next Monday, 29 June.



Searches for flights to Malaga 'shot up' in week after phase change


Searches for flights to Malaga between 5 and 11 June, coinciding with the Costa del Sol's move from Phase 2 to Phase 3 of lockdown easing, increased by 70%, said the CEO of the area's tourist authority, Margarita del Cid, this week. The figure was ... "encouraging", she said. "We're surprised and happy that interest in coming to the Costa del Sol has shot up in our main source markets and we believe the increase will be even greater this week, following the announcement of the opening up of frontiers with ... the EU on 21 June," she said. Meanwhile Norwegian has announced this week that it is to resume flying to the Costa del Sol this summer. From 1 July routes between Malaga and Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm will start to operate, opening the doors



Man gunned down last week in Marbella had false identity

Juan Cano / Fernando Torres

The man gunned down in broad daylight in central Marbella on 3 June had been using a false identity during his whole time in Spain. Identified last week as Bosnian national Slavisa Z., according to his Spanish papers, the individual is in fact



Officials from Gibraltar, UK and Spain discuss post-Bresit issues

Debbie Bartlett

Officials from Gibraltar, led by the chief minister, held a preliminary meeting with UK and Spanish officials in Malaga on Tuesday last week, to discuss matters affecting Gibraltar and Spain and the EU post-Brexit, such as mobility and citizens'



No coronavirus fatalities reported in Malaga province so far this week

Ángel Escalera

Up to Thursday, no new fatality through Covid-19 had been reported this week in Malaga province, including the Costa del Sol, and five new cases had been reported in the previous 24 hours. There were only 94 coronavirus patients still in hospital ... is equivalent to 97 per cent fewer than 30 March, the peak of the pandemic in southern Spain, when there were 2,708 in hospital. In hospitals in Malaga province there were 17 still inside, with four in intensive care, this week. Nationally, there ... were 195 positive tests for Covid-19 in the previous 24 hours on Thursday, compared to 219 on Wednesday. In the last week nationally 166 have still needed inpatient hospital treatment, of whom 11 were in intensive care. Amid ongoing confusion over the



Increase in new coronavirus cases this week worries experts

melchor sáiz-pardo / ángel escalera

Experts were starting to get worried on Thursday that Spain could be starting a fresh spike in Covid-19 infections. For the last few days the number of new cases identified and deaths had been steadily increasing. This raised fears that the more rela



Dog rescued after being abandoned in rubbish bag


Police are searching for the individual responsible for abandoning a Spanish mastiff in a sealed bag of rubble in the Malaga neighbourhood of Puertosol last week. A passerby made the grim discovery after hearing anguished noises among piles of



An exciting first week back on the training field for Malaga


...gradually returned to training over the last week. Malaga returned to individual training on Saturday after all players tested negative for the coronavirus (five tested positive across Primer and Segunda), according to coach Sergio Pellicer. The sessions, ... by Malaga coach Sergio Pellicer this week included a couple of surprises in the shape of youngers Dani and Quintana. After almost two months of inactivity, Pellicer named a 30-man squad in order to preempt the inevitable lengthy injury list that ... training at the same time so 19 June looks the most viable option at present. Javier Tebas confirmed on Sunday that there will be matches every day of the week but with the high temperatures expected in June and July, games will have to start from 8pm



Regional government confident that Malaga and Granada will be in Phase One next week

María Dolores Tortosa / Ángel Escalera

The regional government has said it is confident that all eight provinces of Andalucía will be in Phase One of the government’s staged plan to ease Covid-19 lockdown restrictions next week. This follows the surprise announcement last Friday from ... to recover. The outrage was echoed by representatives of the tourism industry, as well as mayors of numerous coastal resorts. The Junta de Andalucía, in a report submitted last week to the government, had expressed its concerns about Malaga and ... hospital beds at short notice in the case of a new spike in infections. This week, though, the regional authority insinuated that other criteria had been behind the decision. Speaking on Monday, the regional vice-president, Juan Marín, and regional



Spain introduces two-week quarantine for everyone coming into the country

Edurne MArtínez announced this week in the UK, will apply to residents and non-residents coming from any other country and will last as long as the state of alarm is in force in Spain. This at present is until 24 May but the government wants to extend it further.



Police tighten lockdown controls during Holy Week

Eugenio Cabezas

Town halls along the Axarquía coast have intensified controls on vehicles during Holy Week after a number of residents in towns including Torrox and Nerja reported seeing neighbours in their holiday homes. Anyone caught failing to comply with the



Holy Week processions cancelled throughout the province

Antonio M. Romero / JesÚs Hinojosa

There will be no Holy Week processions in Malaga this year. The organisation that represents the city's religious brotherhoods that organise the Semana Santa has agreed with the city hall and the Diocese of Malaga to call off the events to prevent ... cancellation applies to the entire diocese, that is, all the towns and villages in the province of Malaga. "All three consider it responsible and necesary to suspend the Holy Week processions, as well as all the planned events leading up to them," it reads. ... "We regret the inconvenience caused for the brotherhoods and thank them for their collaboration in these exceptional circumstances." Catalá, Atencia and De la Torre have encouraged people to celebrate Holy Week with private prayer. Around 34,400



New process launched for UK nationals registering for residency in Spain for the first time

Neil hesketh

...the introduction of the new system, but also stressed that the some 360,000 Britons already registered in Spain do not need to change from the green certificate or credit-card sized card they have already have. The Embassy said this week, “We want to ... Documentation can be submitted to the Immigration office in person or via an online platform. The process was still being rolled out this week by the Spanish authorities and British nationals trying to make appointments or find the online platform commented



Children will be able to accompany an adult to the shops from next week


Children up to the age of 14 will be able to go out in the company of an adult from next Monday. The government has provided more details of the new coronavirus lockdown regulations in force from 27 April, to allow youngsters to leave their homes.



Top Guardia Civil chiefs fired amid Women's Day march report crisis


Spanish politics this week, amid the winding down of Covid-19 restrictions, was dominated by the Interior ministry's decision to remove two officials at the top of the Guardia Civil from their posts. A senior lieutenant-general also resigned. On ... region is to be formally interviewed by the judge. The Guardia Civil are regularly asked to submit police reports with evidence on cases. However judicial independence means they cannot discuss details with their political bosses. Reports this week said ... state of alarm for one more two-week period. This would run from 7 to 21 June. Deputy prime minister Carmen Calvo said that any extension would have "important changes" and that regions virtually recovered from Covid-19 may come out of it earlier.



Weekend Beach Festival in Torre del Mar postponed till next year

Jennie Rhodes / Claudia San MArtín

Organisers of Torre del Mar’s Weekend Beach Festival have officially announced that the festival will not be taking place this year. The event, which was due to take place in the eastern Costa del Sol resort over the first weekend in July and woul



Cudeca charity shops in need of volunteers

SUR in ENglish

Cudeca will reopen the majority of its shops across Malaga province on Monday but with many volunteers in the high-risk group, the charity is looking for between 20 and 30 people willing to lend a hand for three to four hours a week. Volunteers ... Thirteen shops The Cudeca charity shops that are going to open in the mornings from next week are: Benalmádena - c/ Sierramar; Benalmádena - Avda. Federico García Lorca. Coín - c/ Málaga. Estepona - c/ Ortega y Gasset, 5. Fuengirola - Avda.



Nerja Holy Week brotherhood donates money to help Covid-19 crisis

Eugenio Cabezas

Nerja's Nazareno Holy Week brotherhood (cofradía), which would normally process through the town's streets on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, has donated 3,000 euros to the local branch of the Catholic charity Cáritas, to buy food for vulnerable



Fears for Holy Week processions as major events are postponed


Forthcoming major events across the Costa and the rest of Spain started to be cancelled this week. This included the key Malaga Film Festival and the annual Fallas celebration in Valencia. The knock-on effect on tourism and hospitality businesses ... was likely to be severe as the country braced itself to see if early April’s Holy Week religious processions would be affected. On Tuesday, organisers took the decision to suspend the Malaga Film Festival which was due to start today, Friday 13. The ... touches to their creations. The coronavirus pandemic is already affecting brotherhoods preparing for Holy Week starting on 5 April ahead of Easter. In Andalucía, the regional government has so far said it sees no reason to suspend events, but some



Week of rain eases concerns over reservoir levels in Malaga province


The so-called good type of rain fell over Malaga province last week, leaving no notable damage, instead supplying the area's reservoirs. Reserves increased by three cubic hectometres during last week, which is practically equivalent to Malaga


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A week of German film in Malaga


His favourite cinema, the Albéniz in Malaga, already hosts French and Italian film festivals, so it was logical that newspaper editor Uwe Scheele asked himself, "Why not German?" 1ST GERMAN FILM WEEK, A SELECTION STYX Director: Wolfgang ... candidate and Alfred Bauer Prize at the Berlin International Festival. Saturday 22. This idea led to the creation of the city's 1st German Film Week organised by this newspaper's younger German sister, SUR Deutsche Ausgabe, along with the German consulate ... 70s, with directors now considered as classics such as Fassbinder, Wenders, Schlöndorff and Herzog. The Film Week kicks off on Tuesday 18 February with one of the most anticipated titles, Styx by Wolfgang Fischer, which was screened at the Berlin and



A tragic week on Malaga's roads


...people were injured. Later that day a motorcyclist, 64, died after he crashed into a car parked on the hard shoulder of the A-7 near Torremolinos. On Thursday last week an 88-year-old man died in an accident on the A-393 near Benahavís, and on



Nerja declares war on motor homes with more than 100 fines in one week


(PACA) has received around 50 complaints from members who have been given fines for parking their vehicles in the town in recent weeks. He added that approximately 100 fines were issued in one week, at around 50 euros each. "We are the type of visitor ... that respects the rules and spends around 60 euros a day in the town," he argued. Nerja town hall has put up signs in recent week in an effort to educate motor home owners of the local laws regarding such vehicles. The laws include not parking a



Congreso cancels activity for a week after MP tests positive for coronavirus

Melchor Sáiz Pardo

Spain's Congreso has cancelled virtually all of its activity for a week after an MP has tested positive for coronavirus. The far right Vox party announced on Tuesday that Javier Ortega Smith, its second in command, had the virus and apologised for ... parliament) has cancelled almost all of its activity for a week.



Ryanair cancels a quarter of its flights to Italy for three-week period

Pilar Martínez

Budget airline Ryanair has confirmed that 25 per cent of its flights to Italy have been cancelled between 17 March and 8 April because of the coronavirus outbreak. The airline, which connects the Costa del Sol with Milan, Rome and Naples, has acted



When will we be able to play golf again?


It's a very simple question. When will people be able to play golf again in Andalucía, a region with 100 courses and 45,000 federated players? The answer is that it depends on where they are. Golf courses have been able to open again from this week ... for tourism services (10 per cent) but the normal 21 per cent," says Carlos Pitarch. Torrequebrada Golf is the opposite case, says its president, Francisco Ruiz. "We don't think we would be able to open next week. We need to know how the ERTEs will



A prizewinning week for Antonio Banderas


It's been a good few weeks for Antonio Banderas. Coming straight after the sellout launch of his new theatre in Malaga, the Teatro Soho Caixabank, earlier this month, the locally born Hollywood actor has been awarded two top prizes. In addition, his



Hunt for infections in Malaga goes on as Red Cross cases hit 105


The coronavirus outbreak inside a Red Cross shelter in Malaga city, detected last week, has caused more infections in the last few days. On Thursday evening this week the number of positive tests had reached 105, although there were only two new ... Wednesday, as more contact tracing and tests were carried out. Local hospitalised cases In Malaga province, including the Costa del Sol, there were 14 people in hospital with Covid-19 this week but none were in intensive care, the first time this has



Alejandro Davidovich gets wildcard entry to ASB Classic next week

Pedro Luis ALONSO

...the qualifying phase and will go straight into the main draw. Davidovich, who this week climbed three places in the ATP rankings (83rd currently), was eliminated in the qualifying rounds of the ATP 250 in Doha (Qatar), losing to Mikael Ymer. This was



Cuevas Bajas, Malaga city and Ronda have the most Covid-19 cases per capita


...number of cases and deaths among residents in care homes for the elderly were also released earlier this week. A fifth of all coronavirus-related deaths in Malaga province were care home residents, that is, 49 of a total of 250. So far 418 cases of ... mass testing in hospitals and health centres across Andalucía has revealed dozens of cases over the last few days. Between Wednesday last week and Monday, the number of infected health workers in Malaga province went up from 606 to 676. This is 22% of