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12:13

Local

A tragic week on Malaga's roads

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...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

11:57

Sport

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

10:24

LifeStyle

A prizewinning week for Antonio Banderas

SUR

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

15:13

LifeStyle

From sports arena to major film awards venue

SUR

...entertainers, Andreu Buenafuente and Silvia Abril will repeat the hosts' role for the second year. Speaking at a press conference this week, the married couple made jokes about the size of the venue. "Malaga is a cinema-friendly city but we've moved to a ... Pepa Flores, known to generations as Marisol, has not been seen in public for many years. "It is a decision for her," said Academy president, Mariano Barroso, this week.

15:27

Local

Frigiliana resident captures fox on video

R. M.

A Frigiliana resident was able to capture the moment a fox ran down one of the village's streets last week. While foxes are not uncommon in the area, actually sighting one is rare. It is believed that the animal had come down from nearby mountains

15:45

Gibraltar

Easyjet to start Gibraltar-Edinburgh flights

Debbie Bartlett

The Easyjet airline has announced that it is to begin direct flights between Gibraltar and Edinburgh from late March next year, and this will be the first connection between Gibraltar and Scotland. There will be two flights a week, all through the

14:49

Sport

Malaga's José Rodríguez attracting interest from Real Oviedo

S. CORTÉS / B. GUTIÉRREZ

Arnau has this week been appointed to the latter role at direct league rivals Real Oviedo. It is believed that he would be interested in bringing the midfielder to the Asturian club as Arnau in fact signed José Rodríguez the first time the 24-year-old

15:53

Opinion

Taking a short cut

Mark Nayler

Spain's hybrid government has already started splashing the cash, with Socialist premier Pedro Sánchez announcing another hike in the country's minimum wage this week. This is in addition to a 22% increase in the minimum wage made last year, a ... new 2% raise in the salaries of the dreaded "funcionarios" - those overlords of pointless paperwork, always ready to deny you documentation for the most inane reasons - and the pensions boost of 0.9% announced last week. It looks like Sánchez's ... test of how well the new Socialist-Podemos arrangement works will be passing a budget - a task which Sánchez, in his first TV interview as Spain's new president this week, promised would be completed "before the end of the summer". And his ability to do

17:36

LifeStyle

A colourful start to the week-long party in San Pedro

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

The fair in honour of San Pedro de Alcántara got under way on Tuesday evening in the town which bears his name, heralding the beginning of a week of celebrations. Thousands took to the streets for the grand parade of the giants which kicked things

17:49

Sport

Academy product Hugo joins Real Madrid as Malaga exodus continues

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...the three players who were on Malaga's books without officially being registered this season, after a disastrous summer transfer window. The third was José Rodríguez, whose future remains up in the air. Earlier this week, Numancia and Fuenlabrada

16:29

LifeStyle

Dani García heads back to New York

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

As he promised when his Marbella restaurant was given its third Michelin star this time last year, chef Dani García served his last customers at his haute cuisine venue last week. Less than 48 hours after celebrating an emotional "last supper" with

12:58

Local

Costa del Sol resorts promote their individual attractions

SUR

The Costa del Sol stand makes up a big part of the Andalusian space at Fitur this week. Here local town halls are working together to promote their destinations. As usual, the city of Malaga had a separate stand, and this year Marbella and Nerja

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

16:23

Gibraltar

Canadian High Commissioner pays visit to Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The High Commissioner of Canada, Janice Charette, was in Gibraltar on a fact-finding visit this week. She was welcomed at the airport by deputy chief minister Dr Joseph Garcia, who is responsible for relations with the Commonwealth, and held

19:07

Sport

Former Malaga player Koke jailed in anti-drugs operation

Á. FRÍAS / J. CANO

A judge sent former footballer Sergio Contreras Pardo (Koke) to prison on Thursday as part of a Guardia Civil operation against a drug ring. Koke, 36, who came through Malaga's academy, is believed to be the one of the leaders of the criminal netwo

15:39

Local

Long-awaited public pool in Rincón de la Victoria to open next week

SUR

Mayor of Rincón de la Victoria, Francisco Salado, announced last Friday that the town's highly-anticipated swimming pool will officially open to the public on Monday 30 September. He said that 23 people will be employed at the centre, 60 per cent o

15:57

Opinion

Responsibilities

Rachel Haynes

...what it was all about in the first place. This week, however, after a year of analysing the ERE case and writing a sentence that goes on for 1,821 pages, judges have handed out severe penalties to politicians and officials at the Socialist-run Junta ... delivered this week in Seville ought at least to ensure that the new generation of politicians, who claim they have nothing to do with their predecessors' practices, are aware of their actions and their consequences. Now they have to prove that ... administration in Spain is now transparent and clean. Meanwhile those sentenced this week are preparing their appeals to the Supreme Court. So that's months more of ERE case still ahead of us.

14:49

National

King applauds Infanta Leonor's first Barcelona speech

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Despite tension from separatists outside the Barcelona convention centre, the Princess of Girona awards, celebrating young people's innovation, went ahead this week. The Princess of Girona is the official title in Catalonia for the heir to the

11:26

National

Congreso to vote on new PM next week

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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.

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

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+

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

16:25

Opinion

Australia on fire

ANDREW J. LINN

It wasn't the first time that Australian winemaker James Tilbrook had seen his future hanging by a thread, dependent on what would happen in the next few hours. WINE OF THE WEEK Monte Real Reserva Bodegas Riojanas was one of the very first

15:55

Opinion

Thank you for the daze

Peter Edgerton

...to the unbridled glee of his chums. For reasons which baffle me to this day, about twenty five years ago, I found myself taking a two-week holiday in Magaluf, Mallorca, a town allegedly twinned with Gommorah. This resort, even then, was renowned as

18:24

LifeStyle

A world of flavours at Gatronomika

GUILLERMO ELEJABEITIA

San Sebastián. More than 200 speakers of 55 different nationalities, 170 exhibitors, around 500 journalists, 1,600 delegates and 13,500 visitors came together this week for the 21st edition of the prestigious three-day Gastronomika food fair in San

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

14:52

Sport

Femenino bounce back from defeat with comeback win

marina rivas

Malaga pulled off something of an upset with a hard-fought 2-1 home victory over Villarreal on Sunday. 2 MALAGA María Ruiz (41'), Pamela (81', pen) 1 VILLARREAL Salma Paralluelo (12') Though the game started off finely balanced, t

18:05

LifeStyle

A Pot of Earl Grey with the Costa Press Club

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Members of the Costa Press Club gathered in the C&C Litoral restaurant in Malaga last week for their November meeting. The speaker for the occasion was CPC member Sally Harrison who gave an informal and highly entertaining talk about her varied