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15:53

Sport

The supply teacher

Rob Palmer

Cast your minds back to the time when a supply teacher took over the classroom from the regular tutor. At first, he's welcomed for his laissez faire attitude which gives the kids freedom to express themselves but after a few weeks, and, especially

09:37

Gibraltar

Gibraltar reports zero active Covid-19 cases for first time

Debbie Bartlett

Wednesday 17 June 2020 was a red-letter day for Gibraltar, as it was the first time the daily Covid-19 statistics showed that there were no active cases on the Rock. There was no change to the figure on Thursday, either, but the government was quick

11:35

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's new governor arrives to take up his post

Debbie Bartlett

The new Governor of Gibraltar, Vice Admiral Sir David Steel, arrived on Wednesday 10 June to move into his official residence, The Convent, and take up his post. He was welcomed at the airport by chief minister Fabian Picardo, the acting

19:42

Local

Only around 60 hotels on the Costa del Sol have reopened so far

Pilar Martínez

Wednesday marked the busiest day so far in terms of hotels and other tourist accommodation on the Costa del Sol reopening. Around a dozen welcomed visitors again, but data shows that there are barely 60 currently in operation. In Malaga city, ... the iconic AC Marriott Málaga Palacio and MS Maestranza welcomed visitors again, while on the Costa, the Polynesia hotel of Holiday World (Benalmádena), as well is its beach club, reopened. Malaga Airport reopens T3 as July begins with more

15:19

National

Telefónica restructure is welcomed by market

E. MARTÍNEZ

Telefónica shares surged on Thursday after it announced it was reorganising its business to stem off a decline in its value. Directors of the Spanish telco and communications giant said that in the future it would concentrate on its businesses in

11:21

Gibraltar

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

Debbie Bartlett

...rights. The government later described the discussions as "cordial and constructive" and said it had welcomed the very positive engagement with Spanish officials. The talks are due to continue before the end of this month.

12:35

Local

Bernardo de Gálvez brings Macharaviaya and Galveston together

Eugenio Cabezas

Only 500 residents compared with more than 50,000. The Axarquía village Macharaviaya has 100 times fewer inhabitants than Galveston, but it has a major claim to fame. It can boast of being the birthplace of the founder of this American city, situa

13:13

Local

Sky Princess debuts in Malaga

Andrew Forbes

The sparklingly new ocean liner Sky Princess commenced its inaugural cruise around the Iberian peninsula this week. On Tuesday it docked at the Levante quayside of Malaga's cruise liner port and was welcomed by city and regional tourism officials. ... Rosa Sánchez, Malaga's Councillor for Tourism, who was among those who welcomed Sky Princess to the city, said that these premium cruise ships represented a valuable opportunity for visitors to discover Malaga, the city's art, history, gastronomy and

14:38

Local

Marbella plays host to first underwater and space tourism summit

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Underwater Tourism universal Summit (SUTUS). The two-day event welcomed an array of distinguished speakers including Sam Scimemi, director of the International Space Station (ISS) at the NASA headquarters; Tony Gannon, vice-president of Investigation and

14:50

Gibraltar

Gibraltar bans the release of helium balloons to protect the environment

DEBBIE BARTLETT

Gibraltar government's commitment to clean seas, free of plastics and other non-biodegradable materials which cause so much harm to wildlife. The move has been welcomed by the Animal Interfaith Alliance, an international association of faith groups

18:36

National

Susana Díaz courts votes at Álora's perota soup day

SUR

Ahead of announcing the dissolution of the Andalusian parliament, regional president Susana Díaz was warmly welcomed in the Guadalhorce valley last Saturday for the annual celebration of Álora's 'perota soup', a traditional vegetable and bread dish.

16:06

Local

Town hall pushes forward with Nerja Balcón library plans

Eugenio Cabezas

November to discuss the acquisition of the land. The foundation welcomed the plan for a new library as they consider it to be "compatible with their cultural objectives". The Nerja cave foundation will also be collaborating financially in the project and

15:04

National

Opening of Spain's borders to tourists in July could be staggered by region

E. MARTÍNEZ / R. HAYNES / EFE

...reactions The president of the Spanish Confederation of Hotels and Tourist Accommodation, Jorge Marichalar, welcomed the news, which he described as "very positive" for the industry, and "a lifeline" for many companies. He also called for "very powerful"

13:08

LifeStyle

Is this the oldest restaurant in Malaga?

JAVIER ALMELLONES

Christopher Columbus was still nowhere near setting off to the Indies. The Catholic Monarchs hadn't even put an end to the Nasrid kingdom, when on 17 March 1490 Garci Fernández was given a licence to open a 'venta' on “the road to the Zambra Tower”.

18:58

LifeStyle

The cultural heart of Malaga beats again

A. J. LÓPEZ / F. GRIÑÁN

...collection, 'Passion II', were Mima Agustin, from Slovenia, and her friend Beatriz Aparicio who was explaining the works to her in English. "I'm a painter and I have wanted to come here for ages," said Mima. The Interactive Music Museum(MIMMA) also welcomed

16:11

Sport

Life, not as we know it

Rob Palmer

...some ways it will be a public service; we're all running out of boxsets and Netflix series to watch and something live - other than the news - will be welcomed. It also goes well beyond the players and coaches. What about the physio, masseur, person who

19:00

Gibraltar

Gibraltar draws up cautious plans to start easing lockdown

Debbie Bartlett

...out for essential purposes, such as to buy food or go to the chemist, but have been strongly encouraged to stay indoors whenever possible. Although some have welcomed the idea of the chance of outdoor exercise every day, others are more critical,

16:41

What to do

Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

World class ballet in your home with just a donation. The lost income from cancelled performances has hit the industry hard. Watch full-length ballet performances online. Donations of any size are welcomed

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