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12:15

LifeStyle

Hearts that lose their rhythm

ELENA MARTÍN

...should be between 60 and 100 beats a minute) and affects more men than women. José Luis Roberson, a septuagenarian whose heart lost its natural rhythm 12 years ago, tells us his story: "It was January 21st and the weather was horribly cold, but I ... arrhythmia in Spain, which affects between one and two per cent of the general population, but rises to 4.4 per cent in the over-40s and up to nine per cent in octogenarians. With the ageing of the current population, it is calculated that these figures will

12:21

Sport

All a distant memory

Rob Palmer

...game, a medic is waiting upon arrival at the ground, you must follow a strict pathway to your position and not move from your seat once you have found it. My record so far is getting tested six times between leaving my car and starting the broadcast.

13:31

Local

'It would be absolutely tragic if the Salón Varietés had to close'

Tony Bryant

...set and make costumes, so it would be anywhere between 10,000 and 20,000 euros. Do you own the building? No, we rent the building, but our landlords have been very helpful: they are not charging us any rent, but this only lasts until March.

13:51

LifeStyle

Eldevenir, the latest addition to the local contemporary art scene

Antonio Javier López

...passing," she says. "The physical relationship between the spectator and the work is essential. Most works are created to be appreciated in person, not on a screen in the same way as video art." It is this conviction that led María Rosa to open her

14:18

Opinion

Layers of the Covid cake

Mark Nayler

...words, there is a distinction to be made - and a very important one - between the second and third layers of the Covid cake. This, in turn, leads us to question the extent to which the damage sustained by the country's bars, restaurants and hotels is owed ... only indirectly to the virus itself, but directly to the draconian measures taken to contain it. This question is especially pertinent when applied to the prohibition of alcohol in bars between six and eight in the evening. Comprehension or

14:29

Gibraltar

Gib police officer celebrates raising over £7,000 climbing steps

Ash Bolton

During the fundraiser, the 47-year-old dad of four raised a total of £7,365, which is set to be split between two good causes. Tony, who is originally from the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, and has worked as a police officer for five years, told SUR in ... English: "I felt extremely proud when I finished the challenge. "The aim of the challenge was to raise a minimum of £5,000 to split between two charities, and we've smashed that. "It feels great and I'd like to thank everyone that joined me and

12:23

Local

Finnish drug trafficking network leader is arrested on the Costa del Sol

EUROPA PRESS

National Police officers have arrested a man in Marbella who is the alleged leader of a Scandinavian criminal organisation dedicated to the trafficking of ecstasy between Spain and Finland. The 33-year-old man, of Finnish nationality, was arrested ... on the Costa del Sol after 18 months of investigations. A simultaneous operation in Finland saw the arrests of three men, aged between 21 and 30, all Finnish and alleged members of the criminal network. Three house searches were carried out in which