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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 ... minority administration, also comprised of leftist Podemos, is passing new laws with ease, despite being 21 seats short of a parliamentary majority. But none of these decisions have had to go through or will have to go through congress. Instead, they have ... that, even to such a relaxed deadline, depends on how he gets on with Catalan premier Quim Torra. Sánchez looked sharp in his first TV interview since reclaiming the helm of Spain's government, although his two questioners didn't throw many curve

14:18

Local

New bars restricted in Teatinos and city centre

J. SOTO.

As part of its campaign to reduce noise levels in the city, Malaga council has restricted the opening of new bars and leisure establishments in the historic centre and Teatinos district and reduced the hours during which outside terraces can be used.

16:51

Local

Antequera Dolmens complex fulfils Unesco requests

Antonio Javier López

The museum associated with the Dolmens of Antequera looks rather different than expected. Works have had to be carried out in accordance with a request by Unesco in order to maintain the complex's World Heritage Site status, which it obtained on

17:13

LifeStyle

From sports arena to major film awards venue

SUR

...get it ready. Outside, a striking new entrance with a design based on pyramids has been set up eight metres high, providing a backdrop for the red-carpet arrivals and two large screens that will relay the gala to the crowds outside. A ... 580-square-metre stage Inside, the space is larger than normal Goya venues, (last year the ceremony was held in Seville but has traditionally taken place in Madrid). The stage area will cover 580 square metres with gantries supporting 15 tonnes. A temporary VIP ... place that isn't very cinema-friendly, a sports pavilion with immense possibilities, so we've wanted the show to grow and be powerful," explained Abril. "Every morning I'm on the exercise machine for the kilometres we are going to cover for the gala."

17:07

Local

Coín urges British residents to register at the town hall

FERNANDO TORRES

...yet on the 'padrón' and has arranged a meeting with the British consulate next month to ask for their collaboration and support for the campaign. It is believed between 1,500 and 2,000 British people who live in the town or the nearby countryside have

16:48

Sport

Davidovich falls to Schwartzman after making history in Australian Open

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

6-3, 6-2) that lasted over three hours, made him the first Malaga-born player to win a match in the finals of the Australian Open. Davidovich started Tuesday's game slowly, with 29-year-old Gombos taking the first set. The youngster did, however, save ... last two, the win setting up a clash with Diego Schwartzman. "It was a tight game," Davidovich reflected after his win. "Gombos played a very direct game and I had to stay focused in order to win." Tuesday's match was the first time that Davidovich ... had played five sets, and his encounter with Schwartzmann was another milestone: the Argentinian is the highest ranked player he has faced on the ATP circuit. Schwartzman went in as the clear favourite, and there were no real surprises, as he took