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15:04

LifeStyle

'The virus will become less aggressive; it doesn't need to be lethal to survive'

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...more likely that the variants of Covid-19 become less aggressive: "When a virus jumps from one species to another, it normally does so very violently, but then it adapts. It may not seem like it, but viruses are not interested in being lethal; they ... depend on their host to reproduce and survive. In evolutionary terms, they become less virulent as they adapt to new hosts. That's a general rule; there are exceptional cases, of course, but this is what normally happens." The big difference with this

22:12

Opinion

Don't become a victim of market volatility

JEREMY BLATCH JB@ehh.gi

...hard choices regarding family finances and business, with immediate survival as your priority. However, if you are able to invest, then do not become a victim of volatility. Until after the event, no one knows where the bottom of any market is, or knows

15:24

Local

Nautical tourism, a key to bringing Puerto Banús back to life

Héctor Barbotta

With the coronavirus pandemic wiping out more usual streams of income, Puerto Banús is turning to nautical tourism as a way to boost activity in the absence of the usual influx of visitors this high season. Marinas de Andalucía, the association th

19:26

National

When Christmas boxes become compulsory

EDURNE MARTÍNEZ

...will think twice". For some workers, their Christmas boxes have become a battle which they have taken to the courts. The Supreme Court considers them to be a right which is acquired by the workers over time and says companies cannot discontinue them

13:09

LifeStyle

21 February 1980: 100 British couples become Costa celebrities

WILLIAM HOLMES

On 21 February 1980 a casual observer at Malaga Airport might have been forgiven for thinking that the British prime minister or an 80s pop star had arrived. Instead there were 200 British tourists. That morning, 50 British couples celebrating thei

15:08

LifeStyle

10 April 1908: Birth of Malaga singer Miguel de Molina

Tony Bryant

Born in Malaga on 10 April 1908, Miguel Frías de Molina, artistically known as Miguel de Molina, was a Spanish 'copla' singer and actor who made his name in the 'tablaos' (flamenco clubs) and theatres of Madrid during the early 1930s. His big break c

08:51

Local

Applause, the unifying symbol of Covid-19

SUR

Applause has become a unifying symbol of the coronavirus pandemic in Spain and other European countries. People go out onto their balconies in a sign of appreciation to the doctors, nurses and other hospital workers, as well as the police, military ... fire engines which read, "Thank you for looking after us." It has become a common sight and sound in the province for police cars to stop outside hospitals at 8pm every evening to join in with the applause.