MALAGA AIRPORT T2 CLOSES FIRST TIME IN HISTORY DUE TO COVID-19

That is the primary time Malaga’s Pablo Ruiz Picasso (T2) will shut because it opened in 1991 MALAGA airport has closed T2, concentrating all flight operations within the new T3 terminal.  The choice comes earlier than the upcoming winter season during which the airways will cut back their actions even additional than regular as a […]

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Catalan chief QUIM TORRA faces being sacked in disobedience case

Catalan chief QUIM TORRA With tensions nonetheless simmering after the failed 2017 independence bid, an affect vacuum introduced on by Torra’s departure might lead to a up to date election if an alternate simply is not unanimously decided. CATALAN chief Quim Torra might very properly be sacked if his latest enchantment in the direction of […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Community rallies round to help the homeless

FABULOUS RESPONSE: Donations have been pouring in. CREDIT: Project Costa COMMUNITY response to Project Costa’s ambitious bid to create a halfway house and soup kitchen for the homeless in the region has been incredible. Within days of an appeal for support in Euro Weekly News, floods of donations have been received, including the amazing gift […]

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Fiesta of flavours as ice cream route begins in Torrox

Stay frozen: Councillor Sandra Extremera, presents the campaign Credit: Ayuntamiento de Torrox TORROX Town Hall has organised a route through the town’s ice cream parlours called ‘Quédate helado en el Mejor Clima de Europa’ or ‘Stay frozen in the Best Climate in Europe’. The route is part of the campaign to encourage business under the […]

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Balearics ask for State aid for Mallorca extreme weather damage

IMPACT: The storm left its mark in the Serra de Tramuntana CREDIT: Bombers de Mallorca Twitter @BombersdeMca THE Balearic government has agreed to ask the Spanish cabinet to provide aid for the Mallorca localities worst hit by the extreme weather on the last Saturday of August. The regional administration is requesting that Banyalbufar, Esporles and […]

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Torrential downpours hit Mallorca tourist towns

AFTERMATH: The heavy rain caused a rockslide in Cala Llamp in Andratx CREDIT: Emergències 112 Illes Balears Twitter @112IllesBalears THE Balearics remain on weather alert for heavy rain, possible hail and storm surges today Tuesday after Monday’s torrential downpours hit some of Mallorca’s most popular tourist destinations especially hard. The so-called DANA, or cold snap, […]

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New section of Spain’s Caminito del Rey to open in October

The stunning Caminito del Rey walkway. Photo: Karl Smallman IN October the Diputación plans to open to the public a new section of the Gran Senda de Málaga already known as the Caminito del Rey. It is a mountainous path between Canillas de Aceituno and Sedella, in the natural park of Sierras Tejeda, Almijara and […]

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Miracle restoration of Jesús Nazareno “El Pobre” tunic

Restoration: Eighteenth-century tunic of Jesús Nazareno  Credit: Facebook NEXT Saturday, September 12 in the Cloister of the royal convent in Velez-Malaga, the restoration of the eighteenth-century tunic of Jesús Nazareno “El Pobre” will be presented. The restoration, which has been carried out for more than two years, has been carried out by the “Santa Conserva” workshop for the conservation […]

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