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19:29

Gibraltar

The silver lining in the Covid-19 cloud

Debbie Bartlett

...and illustrated a book about it to raise funds for children's charities. Jake's book, which is called Corona Travel, is about the virus wanting to make friends and hugging people, but making them ill in the process. It was a conversation with his ... grandfather about the coronavirus that inspired him to write the book. Over 1,000 copies were sold in the first few days after publication, and the proceeds are being donated to charities such as Action4Schools, Rifcom and Helpmelearnafrica - the first three ... written and drawn independently rather than wanting to be guided or helped by his family. He also seems young to have such awareness of the fact that children elsewhere are in need of help, but Elliot says he has often asked questions about poor

17:03

LifeStyle

The diamond mine that failed to shine

JAVIER ALMELLONES

...legend, but it is true that there is a certain mystery about this remarkable tale. Today there is evidence that at least one mine was built to extract diamonds in the area known as Los Jarales, between 1966 and 1970. According to data collated by ... chrome-nickel mines in the history of Spain, hardly any information exists about the diamond mining which was carried out here, not even half a century afterwards. Apart from a few documents, the most evident proof that the mine existed is the fact that today ... first had to be crushed and separated. At the time, the Real Compañía Asturiana de Minas - which was mainly funded by Belgian capital - gave no information about the results of this mine. In fact, during the years that the extraction took place there was

14:09

National

UK government seeks to reassure Brits about residency and travel

Jennie Rhodes

...that there were still "limited flights" from Madrid, Barcelona and Gibraltar, but that the UK government is not providing repatriation flights. Many Britons who used a recent virtual drop-in session to find out about flights said they were concerned ... about making long journeys on public transport from other provinces, including Malaga, due to the risk of infection. Elliott reminded people that it is now obligatory to use face masks on all public transport. Some used the drop-in session to express ... concerns about not being able to return to the UK to collect important medication in time before their prescriptions ran out, and others were worried about elderly relatives who have been caught up in the emergency and not able to travel alone.

15:31

Opinion

'Restaurant' dining while in confinement

ANDREW J. LINN

...table. This is all part of the experience. While it is understandable that restaurants currently prevented from welcoming customers through their doors need to keep the money coming in, I have yet to hear about a successful fine dining experience at

14:48

Local

Eight out of ten calls to the police are about lockdown breaches

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

During the state of alarm, the general public has become the eyes and ears of the police in the enforcement of the lockdown. According to SUR sources, 80 per cent of the calls received at the 091 (National Police) and the 092 (Local Police) call cent

13:09

LifeStyle

Second volunteer to brave the shave for animal charity

Jennie Rhodes

Following the success of Sam Matthews-McCarthy's head shave on 1 May, fellow Axarquía Animal Rescue (AAR) supporter, Su Derrick, will be losing her locks on 8 June to raise money for the charity. Su said, "I saw the article in SUR about Sam

12:08

Gibraltar

Call for information about poisoned gulls

Debbie Bartlett

The Environment Department is asking people to come forward if they have any information about the deaths of a number of yellow-legged gulls who appear to have been poisoned. It is illegal to kill any wild birds on Gibraltar, including gulls, and