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Pet-friendly car viewing

الإثنين, 19 شباط/فبراير 2018

Pet-friendly car viewing

Malaga's automobile museum allows pets to visit every Monday

Malaga's automobile museum has received numerous four-legged enthusiasts since it opened its doors to dogs every Monday.

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New San Pedro bus station to stay central

الإثنين, 19 شباط/فبراير 2018

The location is considered better for local residents

Marbella council has agreed with the national government that San Pedro's new bus station will be built in the centre of the town after all.

The location is considered better for local residents.

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The Centre Pompidou and Malaga city hall have reached an initial agreement which sets out a plan for the museum to remain in the city for a further five years, extending the current deal which ran until 2020 to 2025.

The branch of the French gallery which first came to the city in March 2015, will see its contract doubled from five to ten years. This was agreed by mayor Francisco de la Torre and president of the Pompidou Centre Serge Lasvignes, who met last Tuesday at the Fine Art Awards, hosted in the gallery and presided over by King Felipe VI.

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The central government has given the green light to the proposal put forward by the Junta de Andalucía to declare the Sierra de las Nieves a national park, the highest level of protection given to areas of environmental importance in Spain.

The area, located inland from the Costa del Sol towards Ronda, will be the 16th area with national park status in Spain and the third in Andalucía, after the Sierra Nevada and Doñana. The Sierra de las Nieves has until now been protected as a 'parque natural' and a Unesco biosphere reserve.

The approval given at last Friday's cabinet meeting in Madrid, will mean greater investment in nature conservation as well as the protection the area's traditions.

The old quarry is in an environmentally sensitive area and its owner, the Junta de Andalucía, leases it to the council which wants to see it used more often

Councillors in Marbella have drawn up a draft set of terms and conditions for the outdoor venue currently used only by the annual Starlite Festival to be rented out for other events during the year.

The large open-air space, an old quarry on the hillside above the Nagüeles area of the resort, is the home of Starlite in July and August; now the council has published on its website a list of proposed guidelines for using the site for other events so members of the public can give comments prior to its approval.

The old quarry is in an environmentally sensitive area and its owner, the Junta de Andalucía, leases it to the council which wants to see it used more often.

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