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Malaga is to host the Premios Max next year


Malaga will be hosting the Premios Max theatre awards for the first time in 2020. The event will take place on 29 June at the Cervantes Theatre, which celebrates its 150th anniversary next year. Writers, actors, directors and stage technicians



Jury delivers guilty verdict in Gabriel Cruz murder trial


A nine-person jury has delivered a guilty verdict in the murder trial of Ana Julia Quezada. Quezada confessed to killing eight-year-old Gabriel Cruz in February last year in Cabo de Gata, Almeria. The judge told the jury that it had to forget all



Prison wants to locate victims of Malaga serial rapist

J. C. / J. R. V.

Prison services are trying to locate the victims of Malaga serial rapist Juan Carlos G. R, who is nearing semi-freedom after serving 17 of a 271-year sentence. The authorities want to ensure that the integration centre he is sent to respects the



Benalmádena will complete the works on Torrequebrada seafront

Ivan Gelibter

...government has been lost due to a series of delays several years ago. The cost to the council is expected to be 79,562 euros and the works will take three months to complete. It is hoped that the promenade will be ready before the end of this year.



Alcaucín's Neanderthal visitors' centre is set to open next year

Eugenio Cabezas

Alcaucín town hall announced plans earlier this week to open a visitors' centre to promote the discovery of Neanderthal remains discovered in the area in the 1970s and 1980s. Professor and archaeologist, Cecilio Barroso, came across the remains in


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The Russian Museum in Malaga brings an intense year to a close with Anna Ajmátova and Nikolái Roerich

Antonio Javier López

The collection at the Russian Museum in the Tabacalera building is entering the final stretch of its most intense year to date, with two exhibitions featuring two fascinating characters: the poet Anna Ajmátova and the Symbolist painter Nikolái ... Roerich. The two projects will be opened on 27 September. The year has been intense not only in quantitative terms (up to six exhibitions will have passed through the Tabacalera this year), but also in qualitative terms in the ambition of the proposals. ... year. At least for now.



Luna Mora festival lights the way to Guaro's past


Guaro's streets pose serious logistic problems for the town council. From 9.30pm this year, finding something to eat without a queue time of 20 minutes proved near impossible, and the car park, eight kilometres from the centre of town, was chock-a-block by



Malaga Port has received 80 per cent fewer migrants so far this year


A recent analysis of migratory movements in the western Mediterranean shows that there has been a "very significant" drop so far this year. Causes Why has there been a reduction in the arrival of migrants to the western Mediterranean this year ... migration towards the Mediterranean. In fact, sources at the ministry have said on several occasions that this year is the first time that the trend in irregular migration by sea has reduced since it began to increase in 2014. New resources Acting



Bumper year for pink flamingo chicks


...activity going on. Over 500 people saw the sun come up as a team brought a group of the thousands of pink flamenco chicks that have been born during this breeding season into the enclosure. The practice of ringing the birds, which this year marks 35 ... ringed. "If they run directly, they can break a leg, so it is very important that they first walk backwards until they turn around," he explains. Among the 500 volunteers there are all kinds of stories. Many of them come each year as a family tradition. ... an unforgettable experience, we'll come again next year". Both agree that the feeling of being part of a team is overwhelming. "You are in the dark, walking blindly following the instructions of those responsible, and when the sun rises a little you



Spain play the World Cup semi-finals after comfortably seeing off Poland


Scariolo's side will be favourites as they take on Australia today, assured of a spot in the Olympic Games in Tokyo next year thanks to their opponents' 82-70 win over the Czech Republic on Wednesday. Spain, ranked number two in the world, have their sights



International Song Festival on 12 October

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar International Song Festival is taking place on 12 October at the Tercentenary Hall with a record-breaking number of entries from over 27 countries. Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, the GISF is one of the most important ... festivals for up-and-coming artists to compete in, and this year's invited artist is Chenoa, the Argentinian-Spanish singer who became successful after appearing on the TV contest Operación Triunfo. Tickets and information are available online



The second coming of José Rodríguez, as three-year Malaga contract is sealed


José Rodríguez will be hoping for better luck this time as he sealed his return to Malaga on a three-year contract on Sunday. The midfielder played just 452 minutes for the side in the 2015-16 season, starting just two games, but is reunited with ... given his debut by José Mourinho, is a holding midfielder and likely to fill the void left by the outgoing Alfred N'Diaye. Despite having a good season last year, Malaga are keen to find a new suitor for N'Diaye, who the club is obliged to purchase at ... the end of his two-year loan from Villarreal. This is highly risky with the club in a delicate financial situation, so sporting director José Luis Caminero has been searching for a team to take on the current arrangement. A deal had been reached with



New Estepona hospital should be open by the end of the year, says Junta


The Junta de Andalucía's Health service has said that it plans to have Estepona's new local hospital up and running by the end of the year. The date comes after the town hall finished the building work on the long-awaited complex in December last ... year. The Partido Popular (PP) mayor, José María García Urbano, agreed to put up the money, even though it wasn't municipal responsibility. The initial building cost was set at 15 million euros, but in January the council approved an extra 1.2 million



Small business in freefall: an average of 22 shops a day have closed since July 2015


ENTREPRENEURS 800 self-employed workers a day on average left the system in July. 13,000 shops are likely to disappear by the end of this year, according to Uatae forecasts. The statistics show that in the past four years an average of 22 shops have closed ... association for the self-employed. Shop closures in Spain have been intensifying year after year, as 2,693 companies de-registered from the Social Security system in 2016, 7,038 in 2017 and 10,032 in 2018. The annual figures run from July to July, and ... 11,537 shops have closed in the past year. There is no sign of this improving, because Uatae predicts that by the end of December this year around 13,000 businesses will have gone, so the trend is expected to continue. This is of particular concern



Andalusians voted the best in the bedroom for fifth year running


...voted best in bed for the fifth year running, after receiving 18 per cent of the votes. The Andalusians are followed by those from the Canary Islands, with 9.6 per cent of the votes, and the Catalonians (9.2 per cent), whilst people from Navarra were



Malaga's monuments could bring in more than a million euros a year under a new initiative

Antonio Javier López

...outside the European Union. In this scenario, the Roman Theatre would bring in more than half a million euros (542,787 euros), a figure calculated by taking into account its more than 360,000 annual visitors. Potential income in one year 547,787euros ... Malaga-born artist. For the last six years, the Museo Picasso Malaga has received more visitors than anywhere else in Andalucía, and its number of foreign visitors is especially high. The Museum of Malaga provides a stark comparison. Last year's statistics



Irish family's car crashes into schoolyard after son accelerates away


A father from Ireland got a shock last week as he was loading the car with cases at a property in San Pedro before driving to Malaga Airport. With the motor running in the garage, according to investigators, his 13-year-old son climbed into the



Use of the free Salud Responde app has increased by over 50 per cent this year

Ángel Escalera

The free Salud Responde app is becoming increasingly popular with people in Malaga province who want to make or cancel an appointment with their GP, or request information. In the first six months of this year, the number of transactions carried out ... matters such as a forthcoming heatwave, allergies or other campaigns, in text and video format or links to websites. During the first six months of this year, 103,125 SMS messages were sent to users of the app for these reasons. Phone calls In the ... first half of this year Salud Responde also attended to 729,219 phone calls from people wanting to make or cancel appointments or asking for information. Of these, 4,895 were through the telephone assistance system (also known as the 'red button'). On



King Emeritus Juan Carlos to have a heart operation this Saturday


The retired king, Juan Carlos I, is to have a heart operation this Saturday in Madrid. The decision was made following the results of a routine health check in June. The 81-year-old former head of State retired from pubic duty this year after



Opticians recommend eye tests as part of back-to-school routine for children


As the new school year gets under way, opticians are emphasising the importance of regular eye tests. Experts are urging parents to take their children to a professional in order to check that their vision is not hindering their progress at school ... and on the sports field. While Juan Carlos Martínez Moral, President of the General Council of Colleges of Opticians-Optometrists (CGCOO), underlines the need for eye tests at least once a year, in order to "rule out refractive problems such as



A solution is found for Vélez-Málaga feria location

Eugenio Cabezas

Vélez-Málaga town hall announced on Wednesday that this year's day feria will take place in the Paseo de Andalucía, instead of the area around La Carmelitas square and the town hall, due to the ongoing pedestrianisation works. The night feria



Teacher and pupil die on training flight


A military flight instructor and his pupil died on Wednesday after their light aircraft crashed into the Mar Menor on the Murcia coast. The dead pilot was named as 50-year-old Daniel Melero Ordóñez, a very experienced Spanish air force pilot. The ... dead pupil was 20-year-old Rosa María Almirón Otero. Engine failure during takeoff has been blamed for the accident. Eyewitnesses said that the aircraft had dived straight into the water of Mar Menor with no time to take evasive action.



"We're not asking for money, just raising awareness to find a solution"


Cristian doesn't like to lose. He's not happy if 'Fortnite' doesn't go his way. He is shy about having his photo taken, but mischievous when not in the limelight. He has a strong character, his mother says, and is generally coping well with his prese



The growth in tourism on the Costa is reflected in hotel profits and employment


...revenue per available room) and this improved by nearly five per cent between July last year and the same month this year. IN FIGURES 127.72€ was the average cost per night of a hotel room in the province in July. 13,696 people were working in hotels ... Andalucía where the RevPar has increased. On the coasts of Granada, Almeria, Cadiz and Huelva it has dropped since last year. Bumper figures for July delight tourism chiefs in Marbella and Estepona The average daily rate in hotels in the ... this year, which was a rise of 18.6 per cent. Polish visitors increased by 12.9 per cent to 36,750, and there were 22 per cent more tourists from Russia, totalling 26,349. The only reductions by nationality in terms of visitors in hotels and



Malaga confirmed as host for next year's Goya film awards

Francisco Griñán / Neil Hesketh

Representatives from the prestigious Spanish Film Academy (Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas de España) on Monday confirmed Malaga as the host of next year's Goya awards. The city's Martín Carpena basketball arena (the ... the gala is held in Madrid, but recently efforts have been made to organise it outside the capital. Last year it was held in Seville. Malaga-born Antonio de la Torre, who won the Best Actor award at the last ceremony for his role in El Reino, showed ... especially at a quieter time of year on the Costa. The event has also been moved from February to January as the Oscars have been brought forward to early February in Hollywood.



Assisted bathing in place again this year

This summer, as was the case last summer, assisted bathing will be available on five beaches across Marbella. Sessions take place from 12 to 2pm and 4 to 6pm daily on Pinomar (Las Chapas), El Faro and La Bajadilla (Marbella), La Salida (San Pedro)



Girl in Estepona pool rescue drama

Firefighters in Estepona recently carried out the spectacular rescue of a girl in a swimming pool. The six-year-old had trapped her arm in the tube of the pool's filter system at her home in Villas de Santa María. The pool edge had to be



King Emeritus Juan Carlos leaves intensive care after open heart surgery

sur / lucy newby

King Emeritus Juan Carlos I is recovering well following open heart surgery on Saturday. The 81-year-old former monarch had a triple heart bypass at the Quirón Hospital in Madrid. The decision was made following the results of a routine health check ... children. King Felipe stated that he does not know how long his father will stay in hospital, however some medical sources estimate a minimum of ten days. The 81-year-old former head of State retired from pubic duty this year after abdicating in favour



La Viñuela is on verge of drought as low water levels cause concern


Despite last weekend's rainfall, according to data from the Junta de Andalucía's automatic hydraulic information system (Hidrosur), La Viñuela reservoir will finish this water year (October to September) on the verge of drought. It is five cubic ... hectometres lower than this time last year (currently 55.6 hm3) and the regional government's department for agriculture, fisheries and sustainable development, which oversees the province's reservoirs, considers that while it isn't an emergency situation, the ... reservoir is on alert. Before summer the level was at 69.9 cubic hectometres, compared with 72.39 for the same time last year. Water is destined for agriculture and human consumption. However, farmers have seen restrictions on the amount of water they are



Man loses a testicle in attack by Marbella flat mate


A 34-year-old Spanish man has been arrested in Marbella after kicking his Ecuadorian lodger, 58, causing him to lose a testicle. The attack, in front of the victim's family, occurred during an argument in which the lodger was asked to leave.



Bumper figures for July delight tourism chiefs in Marbella and Estepona

NIEVES CASTRO / CHARO MÁRQUEZ Marbella hotels, the best July figures for 13 years, up slightly on last year and 20 per cent on 2017. The average hotel room price also increased slightly to 199 euros per night in Marbella, says the data. Head of Tourism in Marbella, Laura ... last year. The council explained that its Estepona, Garden of the Costa del Sol initiative was working and that more hotels would shortly be opening in the old town.