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15:00

What to do

In memory of Andrés Segovia

JENNIE RHODES

The thirty-third Andrés Segovia International Guitar Competition will be taking place at the civic centre in La Herradura from 23 to 27 January. INFORMATION When. From 23 to 27 January. Where. Civic Centre, La Herradura. Further information. w

14:02

LifeStyle

Hilltop transformation

SUR Reader's photo

Tim and Pamela Williams bought a hill in Coín "with nothing on it" ten years ago and now they have a beautiful landscaped retreat. The couple have achieved the magical transformation through lots of planning (Pamela) and hard work (Tim) and have

15:02

What to do

The art of Stephan Balkenhol

SUR IN ENGLISH

...artist's collection, representing his most significant work in recent years. Balkenhol, whose last exhibition in Spain was ten years ago, works mainly with wood to create his everyday characters. The carvings are deliberately left rough to give texture

13:33

Local

Local concern over high-voltage pylons

Fernando TORRES.

A group of residents in Alhaurín de la Torre have asked the local council to honour an agreement from 2014 by carrying out an inquiry into the effects of high-voltage pylons. If they are found to be as dangerous as they believe, the group will push t

13:38

Local

Marbella's 'palmerero' wins an award

NIEVES CASTRO

Miguel Sánchez, or the 'master' as he is known by many of the gardeners in Marbella, was presented with a special plaque by the mayor for his commitment and hard work over the last twenty years caring for the palm trees in the town. He was, up ... until two years ago, the 'palmerero', responsible for pruning and maintaining the palm trees. The work has now been out-sourced to a team, due to the number of palm trees and new plantings in the town as well as the continual fight against the palm

11:27

LifeStyle

'Attention. Spain speaking' - RNE makes its first broadcast

Mindy Burrows 19 january 1937

...after the death of Franco, in 1975. In the years following the order, RNE collaborated with the Axis powers to retransmit Spanish news across Italy and Germany. The end of the 1950s saw the invention of FM radio and transmissions in stereo, advancing

13:17

Local

Health service takes first step towards improving overcrowded emergency department

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...the B pavilion, was originally due to have been completed more than two years ago. The central Malaga hospital is frequently criticised for being understaffed, given the number of patients it handles. This leads to an inadequate level of care, say ... complaints in the last four years,” highlighted Francisco Damián Vázquez. The lawyer also said that the authorities are trying to reduce the amount of compensation that they will pay to patients who have suffered from medical negligence.

14:30

National

Taking stock of the economy a decade after the start of the crisis

DAVID VALERA

Ten years on from the start of the financial downturn Spain is showing many signs of a strong recovery. However, to work out if “the crisis” is truly over, economic data coming in from the year just finished needs to be compared with that from ... 2007, just before the recession started. Back in 2007, the Spanish economy grew 3.8% in the year and unemployment was at 8.6%. The growth was driven by a real estate boom and the trade deficit was 100 billion euros. Ten years ago there was a ... surplus in the public accounts and public sector debt was at a modest 36%. Of course, personal and private debt levels were much higher. In 2008 it all started to go downhill. Fast forward 10 years to 2017. Spain finished last year with growth of 3.1%

14:28

National

Juana Rivas could face five year for holding kids

Y. H.

Prosecutors are seeking five years in jail for Juana Rivas, the Granada mother who hid her two children last summer to avoid handing them over to their Italian father, whom she accuses of domestic abuse. In an initial report they said there was

12:57

Local

Foreign residents on the Costa called to help university research

MINDY BURROWS

...resident of the Costa who has been living here for over five years. Where to find the survey. Search the headline on www.surinenglish.com For further information. Email lauralopezr@uma.es. To aid the research, UMA has compiled a questionnaire and ... needs the responses of at least 400 foreign residents on the Costa del Sol. Any British, Russian, or German national who has been living on the Costa del Sol for over five years is asked to complete the quick questionnaire, in whichever language they

14:27

National

Spain's first pet custody battle goes to court

SUR

...de Bordeaux, rescued in 2014 by Jonas Amadeo Lucas and his ex-wife Elena Tova, who now owns previously shared animal shelter, El Hogar. Leben has been living with Lucas since the divorce two years ago. “From the start, Leben slept with me. Whenever I

18:11

Local

The population in inland Malaga has dropped considerably in recent years

Eugenio Cabezas

...past decade, a period during which we moved from the boom in construction to the economic crisis and then a moderate recovery in the most recent years. There are some exceptions, but the latest figures from the National Institute of Statistics (INE), ... population registers during the past ten years, giving a total of 1,630,615. Most of these were in towns on the coast or in the metropolitan area of Malaga city. Benalmádena tops the list, having obtained 16,642 new inhabitants and increased from 52,217 to ... 68,859 in ten years. Benalmádena, Marbella, Mijas and Vélez have gained the most inhabitantsMarbella, which has the second highest population in the province after Malaga city, with 141,172 inhabitants, has gained 14,750. Third is Mijas, where the

14:17

Opinion

Heat, drink and be merry

Peter Edgerton

It's bitterly cold as I write. Actually, after a few years of mild winters, these temperatures are reminiscent of those I recall prevailing at this time of year when I first arrived in Malaga in the nineteen nineties. Big scarves and woolly hats ... were the order of the days back then as the icy damp cut through any number of layers of clothing to lay waste to your bones and make getting out of bed a feat of superhuman will power. By contrast, the last few years have brought relatively mild

14:10

LifeStyle

Benalmádena: The story behind a name

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...conflict between Christians and Muslims in Spain and Portugal. Benalmádena's history, however, dates much further back. Data that shows that the town was already populated 18,000 years ago, in the Solutrean period of the High Paelaeolithic, although ... important in documenting the town's history, as it has been inhabited for 15,000 years. Its most remarkable feature is its cave painting of a headless bull. Another theory, which is less widely supported, argues that the name originally meant 'town between

14:08

Local

The rebirth of Teba castle

FERNANDO TORRES

REFURBISHMENT PROJECT Objectives. Transform Teba castle into a scientific and cultural centre to attract more tourists to Malaga province. Funding. Teba council has promised to put aside funds over several years that will eventually total two million euros. ... recalls a time when she tried to initiate the project before, in the time of the now defunct Guadalteba consortium: “The current needs of the castle are very different to those of ten years ago, when the report for the original project was written up.” ... The original idea was that the it would take place over fifteen years. The organisers now assure us that the agreement is to speed up the renovation process in order to reduce the waiting time. Furthermore, the town hall has agreed to put some of

13:52

Local

Over 87,000 undeclared new and altered properties found by taxman in the province

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

These include municipal taxes (IBI and 'plusvalía' increased land value), regional taxes (inheritance and transfers) and state taxes (income and wealth). The authorities can also demand back payments for the past four years, but that is the maximum. ... 'plusvalía' tax, income tax and even access to public subsidiesThe most common irregularities discovered during these past three years were plots of land upon which houses had been built, toolsheds which had turned into villas, terraces that had been enclosed ... average of 150 euros more in IBI, and possibly another 600 euros in back payments for the past four years, as that is the maximum period for which they can be charged. A boost for the public coffers For many people this will be a large sum to find all

12:15

Local

Costa del Sol uses fashion to show the province's diversity

P. MARTÍNEZ

...market. The figures for 2017 were good, said Bendodo, adding that this year is expected to see the definitive recovery of the Spanish market, after a major slump during the crisis years. Marbella Marbella's promotion at Fitur aimed to tempt visitors

11:24

Local

Weekend Beach uses Fitur to announce David Guetta confirmation

Jennie Rhodes

...have all reached number one in the UK charts. Guetta's performance at the Weekend Beach festival will form part of his 2018 world tour. The festival, which is celebrating five years this year, has also recently confirmed American rock/punk band The

14:13

Opinion

Chef politicians

A. J. LINN

...think of any contribution they have made in this field - quite the reverse in fact: the catering school fiasco that left hundreds of students without classes for years was a direct result of politicians' in-fighting. So perhaps it is the cooks who should

14:12

LifeStyle

Having a (not so) smashing time

PETER HARRISON

...employers after many years from a friend who was the son of an internationally-famous glassware company owner. Now all that remains is a decanter, spared because it is rarely used. The loss was bad enough but the consequences could have been worse as the

13:36

Local

Malaga mourns academic and politician Antonio Garrido

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

Festival and the Municipal Museum and the renovation of the Picasso birth house, the Cervantes theatre and the city's libraries. Five years later he was named by the government as director of the Cervantes Institute in New York, a post he held until 2004.

11:59

Opinion

New Year's resolutions

JUNE RENDLE

Ellen? She struggles with her memory, but no Ellen jumps out to shriek “you were nicer to me, thank you!!” Can it really be 2018? Where have all the years gone? It is extraordinary how the older you get the faster the years fly by, although each day ... drags interminably. What is the point of making resolutions anyway? What can she possibly try to achieve that has become so unimportant that she has forgotten it, she achieved it years ago, or was so impossible to keep so why bother? And who is looking

15:04

What to do

A thorough exploration of Jewish identity

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ

...close to disappearing several times over the course of history; these people, so hated, so scared, so persecuted, are still here. The ethnic and historical identity of Jews has lasted 5,000 years... And that's a long time,” remarks Solomons, the last of

12:12

Local

Ten years with no news of Amy

JUAN CANO

Fitzpatrick said good- bye to her friend and set off for her home in Riviera del Sol, a walk of around two kilometres on a tarmacked path (except for a 50-metre unsurfaced stretch) but that was little-used. No one has seen her since. And that was ten years ... ago. The Irish teenager, who was then 15 years old, disappeared on that walk home without a trace. The Guardia Civil, who inspected the route she should have taken, found no evidence of an abduction, which is what her mother Audrey had feared had ... youth had stabbed himself. The jury cleared him of murder but found him guilty of manslaughter. In June 2016 he was sentenced to seven years in prison. His appeal was rejected. On the tenth anniversary of Amy's disappearance, her biological father,

14:16

Opinion

Forget about it

Mark Nayler

It has long been the Popular Party's (PP) mantra that it is the only competent steward of the Spanish economy, having overseen the country's steady recovery from recession over the last few years (or so it claims). But since last October, that

14:14

Opinion

Celebrating health

Rachel Haynes

...finally going to get its A&E section extended and refurbished more than two years after it was meant to be finished. Meanwhile the same hospital has fallen from first to fifth in the national ranking of “most complained-about” emergency departments.

10:43

LifeStyle

A Bollywood ending for Bazar Kirpa

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Manju B. Narwani, retire after 35 years running the business. It is now 35 years since owners Bhagwan K. and Manju B. Narwani opened this popular shop in Calle Carretería, selling the best electronic items, from Casio watches to the latest radio ... celebrated in full Indian pomp and tradition. “Mine isn't going to be in the film,” jokes Rakesh, who also intends to show how Malaga has evolved socially during the past 35 years, the period during which the owners of this popular shop have seen the city

11:28

LifeStyle

A ray of light for the elderly and the lonely

TONY BRYANT

The Costa del Sol has long been the destination for retired Brits eager to while away their golden years in the sun. Spain remains a relatively cheap place to live and will offer retirees a good standard of living for their money. INFORMATION ... years the chance to socialise and meet like-minded people. There is no annual fee or membership; anyone is welcome to come along to see what we do,” David declares enthusiastically. David is responsible for the day-to-day running of the charity,

14:38

Sport

Fading into significance

Rob Palmer

...footballers grab the headlines with transfers of ridiculous propositions and his reaction has always been to seek greater wealth at Real Madrid. As he looks jealously at those with the best years ahead and astronomical wage packets, his reaction has been to

11:08

LifeStyle

Home is where the art is

JENNIE RHODES

However, it wasn't until 13 years later, in August 2008, that she and Hanock eventually moved here permanently. Prisca is originally from Maastricht in the Netherlands and studied Fine Art at St Joost Academy in Breda and at ABK Maastricht. Although her ... an old 'cortijo' and lived there before coming to Vélez-Málaga three years ago. Prisca continued to work in the same way as she had in Holland, doing “normal” jobs to support her artwork. But, she has always created art. “My work has definitely

12:26

Opinion

Never-ending story

Peter Edgerton

...whom will, inexplicably, be using umbrellas to catch the greatest number of goodies possible), the festive period will have lasted approximately a million years, or at least that's how it feels. It all goes on far too long, I'm afraid, from the moment

18:01

Opinion

Dignity forty years on

manuel castillo

We Andalusians have to get out that sense of insistence that we've had hanging up in the wardrobe for the last forty years, since the time two million people took to the streets with the simple objective of not being treated as lesser citizens than ... pretension. Andalucía is Spain's huge reading room, where the greatest civilisations left their mark over thousands of years and whose legacies can been seen in any part of the region and in our DNA. The passage of Greeks, Romans, Phoenicians, Visigoths and ... organisation based on solidarity and where all Spaniards are equal. And it's this task that we Andalusians need to turn our attention to just like we did forty years ago. Andalucía can be trusted and shouldn't let Catalonia or the Basque Country, or paranoid

21:26

Local

Record passenger figures after ten years of high-speed rail travel to Malaga

IGNACIO LILLO

...day. Tomorrow, Saturday, it will be ten years since that landmark event. That day brought an end to a decade of projects and works. Rather than bringing something to a close, though, this proved to be a new beginning in linking Malaga and the Costa ... time, and it has reached a new record this year with more than 2.44 million users. That is about 3.8 per cent more than last year, which was already very positive. Over the past ten years more direct connections have been added, with cities such as ... will continue to expand in coming years. The whole rail network with its epicentre in Malaga has been used by 27.5 million people since 2007. The AVE has brought Malaga and Madrid closer together with an optimum journey time of just over two and a