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15:35

Opinion

Dogs come to the rescue again

PETER HARRISON

...it was the search and rescue dogs using their sensitive noses that were incredibly effective in locating victims. I had read that Hitler, having survived several assassination attempts, took great care to check his food was not poisoned and would

19:26

Local

Last coronavirus patient leaves intensive care at the Costa del Sol hospital after 87 days

IVÁN GELIBTER / ALBERTO GÓMEZ

There were no Covid-19 patients in the Intensive Care Unit at the Costa del Sol hospital this week. The last one (Manolo, aged 66) left the ICU last weekend after 87 days. This hospital in Marbella has been one of the epicentres of the fight against ... coronavirus in Malaga province, and during the peak of the pandemic it was registering an average of one death a day from the disease. At that time the number of intensive care facilities at the hospital was doubled by the addition of a new unit which ... occupied the whole surgical section on the first floor and the area for outpatient surgery. These new spaces were created for seriously ill Covid patients who needed to be isolated within critical care units, and were equipped with ventilators and

17:53

Opinion

Hard times

PETER HARRISON

Everyone is experiencing a sharp change in lifestyle during lockdown, not just adults and children, but also animals who cannot comprehend that it's for our own good to bring coronavirus under control and to an eventual end. It's tough too for pet

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

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

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

15:28

Local

Five-year-old boy survives fall from third floor in Malaga

Fernando torres / juan cano

...injuries as a result of the fall - none of which required surgery. In fact, the boy didn't lose consciousness neither after the fall nor during his transfer by ambulance to the Hospital Materno, where admission to intensive care wasn't deemed necessary.

18:36

Local

Malaga mayor leaves intensive care after emergency surgery following stroke

Antonio M. Romero

The mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, left intensive care on Sunday after undergoing emergency surgery following a stroke on Saturday. Neurosurgeons carried out successful drainage surgery to stop a small brain haemorrhage at the Chip ... hospital on Saturday. De la Torre sent out a tweet from intensive care on Sunday morning to reassure his many well-wishers "I'm well," he said, adding that the messages had filled him with "emotion and energy". He is now recovering on a ward,

17:58

Opinion

Getting enough water

PETER HARRISON

One of the priorities of space travellers is to discover whether the bodies in outer space have water. Indeed most animal, human and plant life depends on it. Even animals like camels have to take water on board to exist through long periods of droug

20:11

Local

All residents in Marbella care homes to be tested for Covid-19

Héctor Barbotta

Marbella town hall will carry out coronavirus testing in all five of the town's care homes, all of which are private, where there are 361 users and 304 workers. Though no cases have been detected during the pandemic so far, care for the elderly ... has been among the highest priorities for the council, which closed its day centres (with 7,800 users) even before the state of alarm was declared and this week carried out its second round of disinfection in its care homes. This latest initiative,

14:57

Opinion

Muffin, the dog who loves to travel

PETER HARRISON

...was warmly welcomed. What a varied life Muffin had and he adjusted beautifully, largely due to the considerable care given by Tony and I like to think a bit of attention from me. Pets, with human assistance, can adapt.

14:23

Opinion

Looking for peace

PETER HARRISON

As creatures of habit we shop regularly on Fridays at the same time and at the same supermarket and consequently bump into the same people. We were surprised to bump into one couple we had not seen for some time recently and commented on it. They t

16:03

What to do

Animal Care España hosts fundraising gala dinner in Fuengirola

Tony Bryant

Animal Care España (ACE) is hosting its annual spring fundraising gala dinner at the Restaurante Dominique's on the Paseo Marítimo in Los Boliches, on Friday 20 March at 7pm. The event, which will present live entertainment from vocal duo Lucy &

15:19

Opinion

Keeping pets safe in the extreme heat

PETER HARRISON

"History never repeats itself. Mankind always does," said Voltaire. How true that is and irresponsible animal owners never seem to learn. Every year we hear the same story of pets being left in cars in hot weather. Owners get fined but that does n

17:13

Local

Hunt for infections in Malaga goes on as Red Cross cases hit 105

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Wednesday, as more contact tracing and tests were carried out. Local hospitalised cases In Malaga province, including the Costa del Sol, there were 14 people in hospital with Covid-19 this week but none were in intensive care, the first time this has ... were in hospital in the region, of whom 12 were in intensive care.

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

15:56

Opinion

Taking care of your cat in the summer

ERNY HARRISON

Although cats are very independent there are a few things you have to look after for them, especially in the heat of summer. Cats take a very long time over their food. They will sniff at it first, than try a bit and when it is to their satisfactio

14:56

Opinion

In case of fire

PETER HARRISON

Hot weather means the beach, swimming and sunbathing to many people. Indeed the glorious climate is why most people flock to Spain for holidays or to live permanently. However there is a flip side to everything and in this case it is the danger of

13:34

Opinion

Don't let your pets down this summer

PETER HARRISON

"History does not repeat itself. Mankind does," said Voltaire. How true it is and irresponsible animal owners never seem to learn. Every year we read the same story of pets being left in cars in hot weather. Owners get fined but that does not help th

18:26

Local

'My daughter asks me if I'm going to die'

Alberto GÓMEZ

She has worked in intensive care for 16 years but has never seen anything like this. Cristina Salazar, 41, a doctor at the Virgen de la Victoria university hospital in Malaga, felt the need to share her experience with other in a blog, in the little

16:11

Opinion

Preparing for visitors

PETER HARRISON

Living in the wonderful climate which Spain has to offer inevitably means that friends and relations from the uncertain weather of northern Europe want to descend on you and bask in the sun. Many you welcome - it is fun to see family and renew old fr

17:57

Local

Eight years of care, through the eyes of volunteers

CLAUDIA SAN MARTÍN

Their faces light up when they talk about their experience at Casa Ronald McDonald; their eyes sparkle and they smile as they speak. When we arrived to find out more about the work of the 40 volunteers, six were there, doing paperwork, drawing up an

16:17

Opinion

Marching in line

PETER HARRISON

They're back! You can't help being fascinated by them. But far from being innocent, they are very dangerous, especially to your pets. Every year the processionary caterpillars make their appearance and take us by surprise, marching in line followin

13:23

Opinion

Customer care

ANDREW J. LINN

The lunch had been excellent, and as it drew to a close it was agreed we should make a return visit to the restaurant. At the door the maître handed out cards and pronounced the usual words of farewell. Did we go back? No, of course not, and indeed t

13:06

Opinion

Words and dogs

peter harrison

It is small wonder that dogs are often confused when given commands by their owners. How can a canine mind work out that "Sit!" means the same as "Will you sit down for heaven's sake?!" or "Come when I call!" means the same as "Here!"? When in traini

16:45

Local

Shipment of more than 130,000 coronavirus test kits arrives in Andalucía as daily increase in cases continues to slow

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

...hospitals, health centres and care homes. An initial shipment of 2,000 tests arrived in Malaga on Monday morning, with another 3,000 expected to follow shortly. Priority will be given to patients who go to hospital having suffered symptoms for more than ... five days, health workers who have been in isolation for 14 days after testing positive, to establish whether they can go back to work and eldery people in care homes. Monday's figures showed that the daily number of new coronavirus cases continues to ... be used as a complement to the PCR diagnostic tests that are already in use in the region. The consignment from central government also includes 325,000 face masks and 7,000 protective gowns to be distributed among hospitals, health centres and care

14:45

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's new Governor visits the Health Authority

Debbie Bartlett

The new Governor of Gibraltar, Vice Admiral Sir David Steel, paid a courtesy visit to St Bernard's Hospital and the Primary Care Centre this week. After meeting the Minister for Health and Care, Paul Balban, Principal Secretary Evelyn Cervan and

14:15

Opinion

Road accidents and animals

PETER HARRISON

What a relief it was to read some good news. Grim news seems to predominate from any source. SUR in English reported recently: "Road deaths on the Costa are the lowest since records began." Stiffer penalties, better awareness and improved technology

16:22

Opinion

Not what you see

PETER HARRISON

What you see on television is not always correct yet many viewers take what they see as a stamp of approval and children are born copiers. I am sometimes concerned by films, programmes or commercials which are misleading with animals: dogs hanging

13:41

Local

Dog abandoned in a sealed bag of rubble finds new home

I. LILLO

Ulises, the Spanish mastiff abandoned in a sealed bag of rubble in the Malaga neighbourhood of Puertosol earlier this month, now has a new home. After being discharged from the SOS Catycan veterinary hospital, Ulises is now in the care of Inma

11:11

Local

Age Care co-founder receives MBE in New Year Honours List

Tony Bryant

...service in a health clinic on the coast. He also co-founded the Age Care Association, an organisation that offers assistance to British senior citizens that live in the province of Malaga. Charles continues to contribute to the Embassy and

11:30

National

Brexit and animal transport

PETER HARRISON

Since the start of the Pet Travel Scheme some eighteen years ago, thousands of owners of dogs and cats have enjoyed the freedom of taking their pets with them when travelling between the UK and countries in the EU without the stressful and expensive

18:24

Local

Animal Care España finds new homes in Belgium for 42 rescued dogs

Tony Bryant

Animal Care España (ACE) has given the perfect Christmas present to more than 40 rescued dogs. As part of the charity's ongoing rehousing programme, which organises forever homes in various parts of Europe, the dogs have been found new families in

16:21

LifeStyle

Experts offer advice on eye care for blindness awareness month

SUR IN ENGLISH

...problems, according to Dr Nigel Best, the chain's clinical spokesperson for Specsavers. "Vision is our most precious sense and the one people fear losing the most. It deserves care and regular attention. There have been significant advancement in ... and to care for their lenses properly to reduce the risk of getting bacteria in the eye.

18:29

Dogs learn by repetition

PETER HARRISON

When you obtain a new dog you can be faced with the fact that his or her name you find disagreeable, even distasteful. How will the dog react to a change of name? The answer to the first question is that the dog will quickly adjust to the new name

13:29

LifeStyle

"The health service in Malaga has always been badly treated"

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...can improve how we care for patients who have had a heart attack, and the third is phage therapy, which seems to be the only way to beat illnesses which occur because of germs which are resistent to antiobiotics. I am very interested in these three ... I believe there is a need for more GPs. In Spain, 80 per cent of medical care is specialist and hospital-based and 20 per cent is from health centres. It should be the other way round. If health centres are well equipped, people will go less to the ... well, it isn't a panacea. In my opinion, we shouldn't divide health into public and private. We should talk about good and bad health care. There is good care in the public and private systems, and also bad care. I was head of department for 25 years and