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19:56

Local

La Concepción reservoir drained again as capacity is reached

IGNACIO LILLO

...at 8.20pm on Tuesday and remained open until 9am on Friday. Sources say that if it rains again over the basin (which it is predicted to do on Saturday), this draining will need to be repeated. Water needed elsewhere This water, however, is being ... subtropical crop industries, where La Viñuela reservoir is at just 40 per cent. The Ciudadanos MP for Malaga, Guillermo Díaz, said: "Once again today we are throwing away water that we will miss tomorrow". He blamed a lack of commitment from central

15:47

National

Coronavirus daily death figure falls again in Spain with 517 in 24 hours

MIGUEL ÁNGEL ALFONSO

The daily increases in the official number of deaths related to Covid-19 has fallen again in Spain, with 517 fatalities in 24 hours. This comes after Sunday's figure showed a slight increase (619), breaking the downward trend of the previous few

14:52

Travel

Let’s save future travel

Andrew Forbes

Your guide to boutique Andalusian accommodation and travel planners. Flamenco Campers This family firm, which offers a modern fleet of motorhomes and campervans ideal for couples and families, is run by founder Gonzalo Ros. Flamenco Campers inspi

12:30

National

Summer season still in doubt as tourism sector counts losses and plans recovery

PILAR MARTÍNEZ / SUR

Alarm bells were already keeping tourism business owners awake at night, but when a government minister said last Friday that the industry would not get going again until the end of the year, they were filled with dread. "No tourism business can ... that hotels could open in June. The European Commissioner for Internal Market and Services, Thierry Breton, also had reassuring words for the industry this week: "I certainly hope that we can start travelling again, despite the restrictions, as soon