World’s largest Cruise Ship comes to Malaga

Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas is 362 metres long and has a weight of 227,000 tons. Five times as big as the Titanic, the 16-deck ship can accommodate 6,780 passengers and is manned by 2,175 member crew. Once on board guests can indulge themselves at one of the 20 dining options that include hand-cut steaks, a teppanyaki Japanese grill …

Two injured in intentional fire in Málaga

Two people, a 48-year-old woman and an 8-year-old girl were taken to hospital on Tuesday night following a fire on the fourth floor of an apartment block in calle  Zancara, Málaga.

Search for missing fisherman

maritime Rescue and the Guardia Civil are searching for a fisherman who disappeared after setting sail from Playa de la Araña in Málaga.

EIB providing €46 million for the Málaga Metro

The European Investment Bank is providing funds of €46 million for the implementation of lines 1 and 2 of the Málaga Metro after analysing the economic viability and social profitability of the underground system.

Lawyers to sign agreement to avoid paying new tax

The Bar Association of Málaga is expected to sign an agreement with the City Council and the Association of Lawyers of Victims of Traffic Accidents in order to avoid paying the new tax for obtaining official documents, at least on one day per week.

Strike by Málaga taxi drivers

Málaga city is without a taxi service between Friday and Sunday and from Monday only half the fleet will be operating as the drivers pursue their demands for a closed shop at Málaga airport.

Fake identity documents

Local Police in Málaga were called out after reports that a group of kids were throwing bottles in the street and this led to the arrest of three people on suspicion of producing fake ID cards.

Calle Victoria closed after sinkhole appears

Calle Victoria from Jardín de los Monos in the direction of Plaza de La Merced in Málaga is closed to traffic, in both directions now, for one week following the appearance yesterday of a sinkhole.

New charge for providing police reports

In Málaga city, a total of 36,000 requests have been received during the past three years for official Local Police reports relating to motoring incidents, mostly for the purpose of insurance claims. A new tax means that such a service will attract a charge as from February 15th 2014.