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16:13

LifeStyle

Ten reasons to think again about wearing flip-flops

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Summer's here and our feet are noticing the difference as many of us now spend all day wearing flip-flops, which are only a minimal barrier between us and the hot ground. However, podiatrists say flip-flops have more disadvantages than benefits and t

16:34

LifeStyle

About 70 per cent of 35-year-old women in Spain have no children

EFE

About 70 per cent of 35-year-old women in Spain are childless, according to the Spanish Fertility Society (SEF), which says that at this age women's fertility naturally reduces and many seek treatments in order to become pregnant. The SEF

19:11

LifeStyle

Malaga, a star of Russia's World Cup

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Flags from all over the world, football shirts, Cossack hats, Russian dolls, smoke flares, parties, chants and... GOAL! This has been the scene on Russian televisions these last few days to celebrate the World Cup. However, the image in question is n

11:52

Local

New online system for complaints about airlines

Pilar Martínez

The busiest time of year for travel is about to start and this is when flight cancellations and delays are more likely. When this happens, people are usually entitled to make a claim against the airline but many fail to do so because they are going ... www.seguridadaerea.gob.es, and there is a section for complaining about cancelled or delayed flights, being denied permission to board, access for passengers with mobility difficulties etc. AESA also points out that if a passenger is denied boarding, or their flight is

12:52

LifeStyle

Crazy about mental health

...minds of about 20 organisations and thousands of people who, affected by a mental illness, decided to “come out of the closet” on that day and face a society “which marginalises and isolates us”. “We are not proud of our suffering, but we are proud of ... the right for them to make decisions about their own treatments and to be respected. “We cannot tolerate being tied to beds in hospitals, nor being admitted against our will, nor being filled with drugs to tranquilise us; it is time for psycho-social ... episode, they are still unable to talk about the matter. “Even though he had been diagnosed with schizophrenia my sister refused to see the problem and consented to my nephew not taking medication. That is all that could explain what he did, because he

15:35

National

The valley in which Franco didn't want to be buried

A. AZPIROZ

...predecessors Felipe González and José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero either didn't want or didn't dare to do. The decision has now been taken. The move will be made before August. What is strange in these 43 years of debate about the Valley of the Fallen is that ... the dictator suffered his first haemorrhage, Carmen Polo went to look at the chapel at Mingorrubio. "When Franco asked what it was like, she told him it was too luxurious. If she thought that about the chapel, I imagine the Valley of the Fallen would ... within that," he says. He is in favour of a museum to hold the vast amount of documentation written about the Valley of the Fallen and its construction. With regard to the burials, he says if the relatives of any the more than 33,000 people buried there

13:59

Local

Junta de Andalucía is investigating illegal quarrying

FERNANDO TORRES

...environmental service and protests from local ecologists about the destructive nature of the alleged activity. Regional minister for Employment, Business and Commerce, Javier Carnero, said that the proceedings were started after the Junta received the ... complaint from the Guardia Civil, provoking concern about "the failure to comply with article 31.2 of the General Mining Regulations". For the environmental groups, the action is "positive", but comes four years too late.

16:07

LifeStyle

The price war for sardine 'espetos' hots up in the beach bars of El Palo

JUAN SOTO

"they take advantage and raise the price of a box of sardines". Wholesalers sell the six-kilo 'corchos' for between 12 and 25 euros plus VAT, so that a kilo of sardines can cost up to about five euros in Mercamálaga, the wholesale market. "To that ... now come from the Spanish Levante. "It has nothing to do with jellyfish or anything like that," he explained. Fluctuating prices Currently sardines are sold at about three euros per kilo plus VAT but the price fluctuates a lot and rises towards the

11:37

National

Electricity prices rose by about ten per cent in May

JOSÉ M. CAMARERO

Electricity prices have increased again so consumers can expect their bills for May to be higher. Those with a contract with a regulated price (PVPC) will have to pay about 10 per cent more than in April, which is about four euros. May