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16:40

Opinion

Despite the beaches

Héctor Barbotta

...as they can be in their own countries, or the cities in which they live. Perhaps even a bit safer. It is precisely this exceptional situation that has focused all eyes on our beaches and obliged us to really think seriously about them for once. ... Our destination is, above all, about sunshine and beaches, although that is something we tend to forget too often. Because if we are honest, we have to admit that the Costa del Sol is not actually a tourist destination par excellence because of its ... the golf, the security, the healthcare which is available to everybody, the options for leisure and recreational activities, services of just about every type, our historical heritage, our countryside, but not our beaches. This isn't how things

14:59

Opinion

Jailhouse rock

Peter Edgerton

...authority to work in an open prison. However, on the first morning, as I was introduced to some heavy duty frisking and a triple door entry system with more lights, levers and buttons than the Starship Enterprise, I realised in an instant that lolling about ... on the prison lawn with a few jovial shoplifters wasn't to be my remit. No, sir - I was, in fact, about to be introduced to some of the most dangerous men in the country. As a deliberate ploy to keep my sanity, I didn't ask what the music students ... engage him in a profound and meaningful conversation about moral responsibility which brought tears to our eyes and ended in an emotional embrace as he handed me back the cable. Only kidding; what really happened was that he took the cable back to his

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.

16:52

Opinion

Intruders

ANDREW J. LINN

...plant the grapes they choose to make their wine?" In the majority of countries there are no such controls on winemakers. So why are the Spanish - and French and Germans - so enthusiastic about maintaining endless rules and regulations? It can only be ... to reduce the competition. If every bodega must have a qualified winemaker and every restaurant a certified sommelier, clearly this keeps the applicants for each job to a level where there are no unemployed professionals. Forget about your

12:04

Local

New Covid-19 cases still low but isolated outbreaks detected

ÁNGEL ESCALERA / SUR

Public authorities both locally and nationally continued to show optimism over the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic in Spain this week and the number of new cases. Data released for Malaga province, including the Costa del Sol, on Thursday aftern

15:03

Local

UK police investigate case of Irish expat missing for 27 years

Tony Bryant

...honest about his aunt. "I find it difficult to believe that so many people I have spoken to in Benalmádena are clamming up and not giving me any information. There seems to be a resistance to come forward," he said. There were several aspects of the

14:20

Opinion

No particular place to go

Peter Edgerton

One of the many joys that phase two of the confinement deescalation process has brought is the permission to potter aimlessly about once again. I'm sure it's not expressed in precisely those terms in the official government guidelines but,

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

14:48

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

16:41

Opinion

Don't get me wrong

Peter Edgerton

...exacerbated by how polarised we've become - so absolutist in our beliefs and convinced of how right we are about everything, clinging like limpets to people of the same stripe in order to justify our views. So, what's to be done about all of this? Fear not,

14:56

Opinion

What's on a label?

ANDREW J. LINN

The media love it when they can break news about any sort of fraud, whether in the world of art, finance, or simply wine. The untiring interest may be due to the fact that there are often well-known personalities involved, and wine is, anyway, sort

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

15:40

Sport

Just about ticking over

Rob Palmer

...international teammates squabbling, egos clashing, emerging talent establishing itself, incredible goals, coaches cajoling and spectacular events that we can talk about for weeks afterwards over a beer and tapa. Away from the Big Two, it's all predictable.

16:32

Local

Residents protest in La Cala de Mijas in bid to save pine woods

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

He called for the local government to improve and enhance the forest area so that more people know about it and can enjoy it. The association is working with the town hall to try to "reach agreements" which will allow a modification of the PGOU to

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