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12:59

Local

Christmas begins in Malaga

Mindy Burrows

...arches, and stained glass windows. The spectacular structure has been put up by the Ximenez illumination company. In total, 1,806,679 light bulbs have been installed around Malaga, with eight additional streets being decorated this year. There is also an

10:14

Sport

Unicaja's hopes of reaching the Copa del Rey decrease with every match

Mindy Burrows

Unicaja’s ranking in the Liga Endesa, also known as the Liga ACB, has taken another hit as they played against Andorra on Sunday and lost 66-60. This is the Malaga team's fourth consecutive loss in the league, and the team have not been exhibiting gr

19:52

Local

Malaga faces another drought with a lack of infrastructure to deal with it

A. PELÁEZ/ M.D. TORTOSA

...eight years later, with only 205 cubic hectometres of water in the reservoirs - 30 less than last year - drought is knocking on the door of homes in the province again. Among the projects still pending, which have barely progressed in all this time, is

14:26

Gibraltar

Gibraltar authorities discuss post-Brexit border problems with Northern Ireland politicians

IÑIGO GURRUCHAGA

There are significant differences in their situations. The frontier between Gibraltar and Spain is 1.2 kilometres, with one crossing point for pedestrians and another for commercial vehicles. Northern Ireland's stretches for 400 kilometres and has nearly ... of around 13,000 people between 7.30 and 9.30am. There are 15 high resolution cameras to check pedestrians crossing the border, and 17 checking vehicle number plates in real time. The Northern Irish politicians believe that their relationship with ... leaves this common tariff area alongside the UK. The committee asked the chief minister why Gibraltar didn't become part of the Customs Union when the UK joined the former CEE in 1972. “Because we had no frontier with Europe,” he answered. “Spain

12:04

Local

Red Cross struggles with double the number of migrants in Malaga

JESÚS HINOJOSA

Andalucía's shores by boat. With the five boats rescued in the Mar de Alborán last Saturday, the number of people brought to Malaga port by Sea Rescue teams has risen exponentially to the point where it is over double the figure registered in 2016. Samuel ... Linares, provincial coordinator for the Red Cross confirmed that last year 790 people where attended by the organisation and so far this year, they have had to cope with more than 1,700 individuals. The 164 migrants rescued on Saturday where taken to the ... change their clothes, they had to use the toilets in the passenger terminal. We aren't able to deal with so many. Medical assistance had to be given to those who needed it on the quayside,” he complained. He added that this lack of permanent quarters

10:36

LifeStyle

About 100 people learn how to deal with and combat constant pain

IVÁN GELIBTER

How to deal with pain when pain is inevitable. That was just one of several subjects which were discussed in depth at the Costa del Hospital on Friday, during the Day Against Pain which the management organised for medical professionals and members ... of the public. The aim of this event was to exchange knowledge and information to improve all aspects of treatment and pain relief, and also to help sufferers to face up to the problem of constant pain with a positive attitude. The conference, ... by the forumThe schedule for the day was drawn up by the Surgical Block, which is part of the hospital's Public Participation Commission. It began with a round table discussion called 'The Pain Unit answers', during which those present had the chance

14:44

LifeStyle

“I haven't changed because they have told me I have Alzheimer's: I'm still me”

Ángel Escalera

...that he wanted to share some of his thoughts, reflections and conclusions with those present. QUOTES Ildefonso Fernández Alzheimer's patient “It would be fantastic if our generation could be the last to suffer from Alzheimer's!” “I loved my job ... and would have liked to have carried on working for the company because I was happy there” Ildefonso, who is on the Panel of Experts of People with Alzheimer's (PEPA), stressed that doctors need to communicate directly with patients who have this ... patients are under the age of 65, which is very young to be affected by a condition of this type. “You have to learn to live with this illness. Behind every diagnosis is a person who has rights. They deserve to be told directly by their doctor what they

12:19

Sport

An agonising but crucial victory for Malaga

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...stadium packed with devoted fans, who all answered calls to turn up with their blue and white scarves, Malaga achieved their second victory of the season. Once again though, it was not without suffering, taking the home crowd on a rollercoaster ride, ... failed to take advantage of any of them. A positive start to the second half was shattered by a goal scored by Deportivo’s Schar off a pass from Lucas Pérez. It was back to an all-too-familiar losing position, however the mood started to pick up with ... few final minutes of suffering for the crowds in La Rosaleda, who could finally relax with the result they had been hoping for. Malaga are no longer bottom of the table, but with their seven points remain in the relegation zone with a difficult

10:31

LifeStyle

Cervantes reopens with Turandot

SUR

After undergoing a 100,000-euro refurbishment over the last few months, the Teatro Cervantes in Malaga finally opened its doors once again this week for a preview of Puccini's opera Turandot. The stage became a great palace and the singers, with ... the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra, brought the music to life. The opera's opening has been long awaited in Malaga with all tickets sold out for the two performances this weekend.

18:52

What to do

Sara Baras brings 'Shadows' to Malaga

TONY BRYANT/FERNANDO TORRES

Sara Baras, one of flamenco's most celebrated dancers, is currently touring with her new show, Sombras (Shadows), a review of the two decades she and her company have been performing together. INFORMATION When: Wednesday 22 until Sunday 26 ... aesthetic level than anything she has ever done. Her previous show, Voices, was a tribute to the masters of flamenco song and Sara had to stick to the compass of the traditional orthodox flamenco, but with Shadows, she draws on the lighter, jovial side of ... the art. In an interview with SUR earlier this week, the dancer claimed that so many things, both good and bad, have happened to her in the last twenty years and the new show will focus on this journey, but she pointed out that it was also a tribute