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15:33

Opinion

Twenty years on

PETER HARRISON

After a century of dogs and cats from continental countries having to go into six months of quarantine before entering Britain, the regulations were considerably lifted and sensible controls applied. That date was 28 February 2000 - just over twenty

10:33

National

High death rate in care homes sees bodies left abandoned in beds

SUR

Army emergency medical teams visited 41 care homes across the country before prosecutors on Monday received a formal request from the Ministry of Defence for an investigation into why the death rate was so high. The level of care inside some of the ... private and public homes visited was being openly questioned, but army officials stressed that the incidents were not generalised across all centres. The government said this week that a care home should tell the regional health authorities immediately ... if they could not cope with a situation. On Wednesday official statistics said that 50 people had died in care homes for the elderly in the last 24 hours. One home in Madrid, Santísima Virgen y San Celedonio, said it had so far had 24 residents die

16:04

Local

Costa charities turn to social media and radio to help the elderly

Tony Bryant

With the lockdown now extended across Spain, many of the Costa del Sol's volunteer-run charities that cater for older English-speaking citizens are continuing to increase the services for those considered most vulnerable. Age Care and Age Concern ... decrees. Age Care Calahonda has launched its latest campaign under the banner of Loneliness is Lonely, an interactive initiative that aims to help relieve the boredom and isolation of its 178 members. The charity is currently looking at ways to install a ... video chat site where members can log into the website to chat with friends. The Coín, Fuengirola/Los Boliches and Benalmádena branches of Age Care are also continuing with their efforts to assist the elderly. "People are worried and scared and we

16:11

LifeStyle

Keeping hypochondria at bay during a global pandemic

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...sense of unease affects not only them, but others around them as well," he says. The advice from psychologists in general is "you have to take care of your health, not worry about it", because there can be situations where physically healthy people

20:36

Sport

Local athletes take a new road to the Olympics

MARINA RIVAS / BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...receiving psychological help to channel her frustration: "I only ask that they allow us to go into a closed sports centre and let us train. If we need to be tested before, during or after, we will do it. We won't care as long as we can go in the water. No

19:09

Opinion

Keeping them warm

ERNY HARRISON

When I am writing this article the sun is shining bright and it looks and feels more like spring than winter. But the nights are cold and we have to take measures to make sure our pets are kept warm... warm but not excessively so. Owners are oft

16:08

Local

Extending a helping hand to the needy during this crisis

Tony Bryant

...contracting the coronavirus. HOTLINES Adintre. 952 66 31 24 / 632 82 47 82 / 951 35 68 92. info@adintrefoundation.com. Age Concern Fuengirola, Mijas and Benalmádena. Weekdays 10am - 5pm. 652537615. Age Care Calahonda. 24-hour hotline. 635 407 255. Lux

18:37

LifeStyle

Women who wear grey hair and wrinkles with pride

SOLANGE VÁZQUEZ

She is breaking moulds. She was surrounded by beauties who had taken great care over every aspect of their appearance and were young enough to be her granddaughters, but she was the one who shone and couldn’t have cared less. “Why would it matter to

17:00

Opinion

Avoiding road accidents with dogs

PETER HARRISON

I was driving very slowly through Álora, because the traffic ahead was approaching a roundabout, when a black and white dog on the pavement suddenly chose to dart across the road ahead. The bump alarmed me and told a sad tale, or so I feared as I wen