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16:09

LifeStyle

Help combat isolation among elderly people without taking any risks

SUSANA ZAMORA

...people as much as possible; that's why they have to be in isolation. However, if contact is essential, it should be for as short a time as possible and under the most hygienic conditions," he says. In the case of people who have to look after elderly ... their shopping As long as the elderly person is able to look after themself at home, experts advise leaving their shopping outside their door and not going in. However, there is also an emotional aspect to this. "Elderly people who are more ... getting dressed, where physical contact is unavoidable. In these cases those who look after them, whether they are their children or carers (live-in or home helps), should stay indoors as much as they possibly can. "In those cases then yes, they do need

14:10

Local

Pensioner left in a ditch after kidnap and torture ordeal in Archidona

FERNANDO TORRES

Two men have been sent to prison and refused bail for their alleged role in the kidnapping and torture of a 70-year-old man in Archidona on 9 February. The victim, who was taken by surprise as he returned home at night, was allegedly kidnapped and

13:11

Local

Hotels on the Costa fall empty after government orders their closure

Pilar Martínez

Some hotel managers were visibly upset when we talked to them about the departure of their last clients earlier this week, after the government ordered them to close by 26 March because of the coronavirus. Their stories about these last ... Another hotel manager says that on the second day he had to close the cafeteria because a group of Scandinavians had sat down in there immediately after breakfast and were very drunk by midday. The last ten guests in a hotel in Malaga city centre

18:09

National

Driving licences in Spain will not expire during state of alarm

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

...validity runs out during the state of alarm, will be automatically extended as long as this lasts and up to sixty days after its end," says the resolution published by the Ministry of the Interior in the Official State Gazette on Saturday. The measure

16:56

Sport

What dreams are made of

Rob Palmer

With all this time for reflection I thought it would be a good time to cast the mind back over the past quarter of a century of commentating on La Liga and come up with my dream team. He may have preceded Paul Pogba and the Chelsea physio as Jose

18:14

Local

Hitman gang responsible for killing Marbella nightclub owner brought down with ten arrests

JUAN CANO / ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...surprise on his return to his San Pedro home. He was shot 14 times. The arrests, including of the two men thought to be responsible for this attack, came after a year of investigations carried out jointly by the Spanish police and forces in the ... Netherlands. The group proved incredibly difficult to trace as they communicated via encrypted mobile phones. The group was contracted by other criminal gangs to carry out hits to settle scores. The gang was brought down shortly after receiving an assignment

11:54

Local

French gang dismantled following failed drugs theft in Marbella

fernando torres

...they found balaclavas, wigs and licence plates. The vehicle had been reported stolen. The driver of the car was located nearby and arrested. A similar call not long after led them to a second location where another accident had taken place and a group

18:41

LifeStyle

'I've always been a bit of an action man'

Ash Bolton

Franky studied at a local high school before joining a light infantry unit called the Air Mobile Brigade at the age of 18. Shortly after that he joined the Royal Dutch Marines, where he spent the next seven years of his life. "Becoming a marine was my ... dream since I was a little kid, as I always wanted to go on missions," said the father of two. One such humanitarian mission saw him visit the Caribbean island of St Martin in 1998 at the age of 20 - after Hurricane Mitch struck. He said: "It ... food, even a little toy to play, with while we were communicating with other shelters to find their parents. "After the hurricane passed, literally the whole island was one big mess with trash everywhere, telephone and light posts ripped out of the