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17:05

Local

Over 43% of 25 to 34-year-olds still live with their parents in Malaga province

NURIA TRIGUERO

...province) have a great deal to do with the delay in the age of emancipation shown in the latest Encuesta Continua de Hogares carried out by the INE. This survey into households shows that last year 43.3% of people aged 25 to 34 in Malaga were living with ... province are over the age of 65. Specifically, the number is 70,700, and it has increased by nearly 10,000 people in just one year (almost 16%). The majority of pensioners who have gone through the pandemic on their own are women: there are 47,000 women ... dropping year by year, although Malaga is still slightly above the national average of 2.50, with a figure for the province of 2.58 people per household. Although the most common type of household in Malaga is still the nuclear family (a couple with one

10:36

Local

Pair face prison for Costa del Sol holiday apartment rental scam

ALVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

...possess. It is alleged that the amounts scammed ranged from 100 to 750 euros, adding up to a total amount of 3,879 euros from the transactions. Prosecutors are calling for five-year prison sentences for each of the two defendants if they are found

12:10

Local

Cruise ships to return to the Costa 'in the second half of the year'

EUROPA PRESS

The Malaga Port Authority is forecasting that cruise ships will return to the Costa del Sol in the second half of this year. The authority’s president, Carlos Rubio, said some cruise companies have already scheduled the arrival of ships, although ... arrive with only a partial capacity. The ban on cruise ships docking a little over a year ago due to the Covid-19 pandemic mobility restrictions have been "a hard blow" for port activity "but also unavoidable". However, Rubio said that the port ... Rubio acknowledge the "significant blow” of losing the cruise ship business for more than a year: "This activity accounts for 25 per cent of all the income of the port, it is like any company that if income falls by 25 per cent it has a big impact."

19:02

Local

Covid monitors 'not necessary' on the Costa's beaches this summer

ROSSEL APARICIO

“We believe that Andalusians are aware and are very responsible when it comes to protecting themselves and continuing to avoid infections. Last year the summer season practically coincided with the first wave and it was necessary that there were ... assistants to ensure compliance with the rules. This year it will not be necessary because we have all become aware of the seriousness and the importance of protecting ourselves and complying with these rules,” said Bendodo. Bendodo has also called on the

10:13

Local

Woman with false documents arrested at Malaga airport's border control

EUROPA PRESS

National Police officers have arrested a 30-year-old Albanian woman at the Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport for allegedly trying to leave Spain with false documents. The border control officers found her using a Norwegian passport in someone else’s

11:53

Local

Major growth in population is putting Costa del Sol schools under considerable pressure

Ivan Gelibter

Malaga said that the Andalusian Education Agency (APAE) will be meeting "soon" to approve the 2021 infrastructure plan. Meanwhile, the population is growing exponentially each year, which is worrying in terms of school capacity. In the Mijas and ... graphic example of the problem facing the administrations. Barely a year after a fourth secondary school was inaugurated, in Torre de Benagalbón, following years of protests by local residents about overcrowded schools, the Junta de Andalucía has had to ... and adapting the Indira Ghandi school. Prefabricated classrooms at the Xarblanca school in Marbella. JOSELE The Junta also announced last year that it is to build a new secondary school in Benalmádena Pueblo, and extend the Concha Méndez Cuesta