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16:03

Gibraltar

Further top level talks between Gibraltar and UK over Brexit

Debbie Bartlett

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State Robin Walker. This was the latest in a regular series of meetings between the UK and Gibraltar governments which have been taking place since the EU referendum, but the work schedule is intensifying even further now in ... meeting followed detailed technical talks between officials from different UK government departments and other members of the Gibraltar team, including Attorney General Michael Llamas and Financial Secretary Albert Mena. As the Gibraltar government has ... and although no details have been given by the Gibraltar or Spanish authorities there have been indications that talks between them are progressing well although nothing has yet been agreed. The Gibraltar government insists that none of its red lines

15:12

National

Spain introduces a preventative campaign to stop the rise in the number of cases of measles

Ángel Escalera

The regional government has introduced an initiative to vaccinate everyone against measles who requests it and was born in the seventies, (who are now between 40 and 50 years old), thereby following the recommendations of the Ministry of Health and ... other European countries. Anyone aged between 40 and 50 who has already had measles or has been in contact with someone with measles at some point in their life does not need to be vaccinated as they will already be immune. If anyone in the age group ... non-immunised population groups that could become infected if they came into contact with a case of measles. In the period between 1 January and 21 July this year, 233 confirmed measles cases were registered in Spain, which was seven more than in the whole of

17:05

Local

High levels of E. coli halts clam catches off Malaga coast

Agustín peláez

The regional government, the Junta de Andalucía, has closed off an area between Malaga and the Río Vélez to the west of Torre del Mar to certain local clam catches (coquina, concha fina and chirla) after "unusually high levels" of E. coli were found

15:32

National

Talks continue between the PP and Ciudadanos over new Junta government

SUR

Talks got under way this week between the conservative Partido Popular (PP) and centre-right Ciudadanos (Cs) over a possible coalition to take control of the Junta de Andalucía regional government. On Tuesday, senior national and regional members ... years and both the PP and Ciudadanos have said they want to reach a deal to "deliver the change" that they believe voters have asked for. However, at the start of the week, there were two main sticking points in the outcome of any agreement between ... PP and Ciudadanos negotiation by emphasising their reliance on the Vox vote, "warning" that the same could happen elsewhere in Spain. Ahead of Tuesday's first meeting between the two parties, Ciudadanos appeared to back down on its earlier

12:53

Local

The World makes three-day Banús stop-off

A. JIMÉNEZ.

The vessel known as the 'millionaire's cruise ship', spent three days docked in Puerto Banús from Sunday to Tuesday. The cost of an apartment aboard The World varies between one and six million euros, not including travel and maintenance fees.

13:43

Sport

Malaga season ticket prices maintained as new campaign begins

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

Malaga's season ticket campaign officially launched this week with very few surprises for the club's fans. The expectation, in terms of sales and renewals, remains more or less the same as last season and this is reflected in the prices. The cheape

12:13

Opinion

Naked

Héctor Barbotta

...confrontation between the false sense of anonymity and immunity offered by electronic devices, and the defencelessness felt in the face of cruel judgement of the peers they share a classroom with every day, could have a healthy dissuasive effect. Possibly the ... one costs money and the later one is free. The first allowed a personal exchange between two users, and the second is a social network in which the messages, which might well be private, can go viral as soon as one of the participants lacks a