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16:56

Local

Álora's bars and restaurants choose not to reopen - although the Covid data allows it

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Bars and restaurants in Álora will not reopen their doors this Saturday (6 February) despite the town's coronavirus infection rate data allowing it. This was explained in a statement, in which the town's hospitality business owners said they will ... allowed to reopen bars and shops The mayor, Francisco Martínez, thanked all the hospitality businesses for their co-operation. "It seems to me an initiative worthy of admiration and an example of responsibility so that together we can get out of this ... situation." Although most businesses will reopen on a staggered basis in the coming weeks if the infection numbers continue to decline, the hospitality sector said that several establishments will resume their business on Saturday to serve key workers. "We

10:20

Opinion

Why Malaga is the best place to have a business in 2021

Joanna Styles

...short break in the sunshine will be irresistible for many Northern Europeans, virus or no virus. Expect big interest in Malaga this winter. Plenty of new investment. Despite the effects of the pandemic, businesses have continued to invest in Malaga. ... that 2021 will be Malaga’s year. The year when the city emerges as one of Europe’s preferred destinations for safe, sunny and quality short-breaks and relocation. And the year that the city’s best businesses reap real rewards. Joanna Styles is CEO

18:41

Local

Costa del Sol hoteliers fight back against Covid business devastation

Pilar Martínez

Costa del Sol hotel owners are seeking European funds to fight their way out of the Covid-19 crisis and have presented their bold ideas for five new projects. The initiative includes plans for smart hotels, an energy efficiency experience centre, a

13:06

LifeStyle

Urban art brings warmth to Soho

JUAN SOTO

Soho to attract new visitors. Estrella Zurita and Estrella Malet, who are mother and daughter, own the Lock And Relax left luggage business, and they had time on their hands because there are so few tourists in the city nowadays. What began as a ... mother's hobby, something to do to pass the time, has become an initiative that is highly appreciated by other business owners and residents of the district. "We wanted to cheer things up a bit," they say. The wraps are strikingly colourful and cover ... practically the whole trunk of the orange trees. Salvador Salas Their aim was to decorate all 29 trees in the district, starting in Casas de Campos, the street in which their business is located, and they have almost completed the project. The younger

18:28

National

New 1,000 euros of virus crisis aid in Andalucía for small businesses and the self-employed

R. CABELLO

The Junta de Andalucía has approved a plan to grant 1,000 euros of direct aid for small businesses and self-employed workers in the commerce, artisan production, hospitality and travel agency sectors that have all suffered heavily during the ... Covid-19 health crisis. The 46.1-million-euro fund is designed to particularly help businesses that have been severely hit by pandemic control measures to continue trading. National, regional and municipal restrictions on trading hours, capacity ... restrictions, the compliance with hygiene measures and, of course, a general reduction in footfall because of mobility restrictions have all combined to create a critical situation for many small businesses. There will be two lines of grants, financed with

12:49

Local

Local tourism figures paint a desperate picture after a year of pandemic

Pilar Martínez

...number of workers and suppliers who have been badly affected. The worst crisis ever to hit this industry has already eradicated 12,000 small and medium businesses and self-employed workers in this sector, because they have been unable to carry on with ... so few tourists, according to the 2020 report by the Tourism Committee of the Confederation of Businesses in Andalucía (CEA). The figures show that last year the region only received 41 per cent of the number of tourists who came in 2019, which ... Sánchez. The crisis is affecting all tourism segments. The figures speak for themselves. Hotel occupancy dropped by 80 per cent, travel agencies have lost 90 per cent of their business and the restaurant sector is down by around 70 per cent. In addition,