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18:59

Local

Curfew to remain between 10pm and 6am despite Andalucía's request to bring it forward

alberto gómez

The nighttime curfew in Andalucía will remain between 10pm and 6am after the central government refused the request of several autonomous regions, including Andalucía, to bring it forward to 8pm. The request comes after a sharp rise in cases of ... the regional governments cannot order a complete lockdown nor extend the nighttime curfew - regardless of the progress of the virus. During a meeting between the chiefs of the autonomous regions and Health minister Salvador Illa on Wednesday, Illa

10:55

Local

New amber alert for torrential rain in Malaga and on Costa del Sol

IGNACIO LILLO

There is still "a lot more to rain to come" has warned the director of the Malaga Meteorological Centre, José María Sánchez-Laulhé as Spain's national weather agency, Aemet, issued a new amber alert for Malaga and the Costa del Sol this Friday (8 Jan

14:07

Gibraltar

"Even if there is No Deal between UK and EU, travel to and from Gibraltar doesn’t change"

Debbie Bartlett

...discovering Gibraltar’s culture, history, and unique attractions. Do you think that will continue? Yes, I do. And after all, our flights are increasing. Wizz Air has just started a twice-weekly service between Gibraltar and Luton, and that will run all ... lost them in this way. The Brexit transition period comes to an end on 31 December and the outcome of the talks between UK and EU is still not known. If there is no deal and it becomes more complicated for people from the UK to travel to Europe from ... next year, could that be to Gibraltar’s advantage? Even if there is no deal between the UK and the EU, travel to and from Gibraltar doesn’t change, so yes. Flights will continue as usual, and in fact we are talking to different airlines about starting