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10:04

Travel

Mallorca

ANDREW FORBES

...airport security clearance which mean they can meet you inside the terminal, directly at the luggage belt, so from the moment you arrive you feel like a VIP. They take care of airport transfers, luggage and offer concierge services. Transfer-Rent.com

10:04

LifeStyle

Marbella's addiction centres take stock

LEANDRO PAVÓN

...said. Marbella has two centres for the care of addicts, integrated within Derechos Sociales department, which address the problem of addictions in a 'Therapeutic Cycle' that encompasses research, prevention, rehabilitation and social reintegration in

13:51

Local

Illegal boat immigrants freed on the Costa as system fails

J. CANO / I. LILLO MALAGA

Barcelona, are full and the Interior Ministry has had no option but to turn to charities to help process and care for the new arrivals. Of the over 300 people reaching Andalucía up to Thursday morning this week, 104 have been brought ashore on the Costa del

13:59

LifeStyle

Tight security

PETER HARRISON

It was sad to see the old year ending with the massacre of thirty-nine people. So ended a turbulent year with terrorist activity in Berlin, Paris, Brussels,and in various locations in Syria. It calls for even stronger security this year and following

09:22

Travel

The cities above the clouds

andrew forbes travel

...at first seem somewhat overwhelming. This is far from a being a hidden corner of the world. Multitudes of fellow travellers throng the city’s squares and streets, which are already vibrant with city life. Take care negotiating the traffic and the busy

10:12

Local

Casualty department opens at new Guadalhorce valley local hospital

Ivan Gelibter

...recently-finished local hospital. From 8am yesterday, a steady stream of patients with minor injuries or complaints started to arrive at the Guadalhorce hospital near Cártama seeking emergency treatment. Health care officials expect to eventually treat up to 200

10:12

Opinion

A dream come true?

...of the liver. History has shown us many great figures that apparently did not care, starting with Winston Churchill. His normal day consisted of two bottles of champagne, multiple dry martinis, free-flowing wine with all meals, and his ever-present

10:30

LifeStyle

Lives that begin ahead of time

amanda salazar health

...weeks we tell them that we are going to do everything we can for them and that there many not be any consequences, although we can never know that for sure,” he explains. In the first days the babies are kept in intensive care in the Neonatal unit ... because they need specialised treatment. Out of all the babies in intensive care at the Materno hospital, around 60 per cent are premature. Their care does not only involve constant monitoring: one of the first things doctors have to do is support their ... Salguero. Great support After spending ten days in intensive care and several weeks in the Neonatal Unit, Mar is now at home with her parents. The anguish of the first few days, when they didn’t know whether or not their daughter would survive, is behind

10:31

Sport

All in a day's work

Rob Palmer

When Luis Enrique first took his seat in the Barcelona dug-out he looked like he'd just sailed into town on his yacht from Puerto Banús - all sunglasses, jeans, trainers - the picture of mid-life relaxation. That was the image, and he managed the s

10:31

Local

Torremolinos town hall receives new mini-bus for disabled students

Tony Bryant torremolinos

care centres and therapy sessions. The presentation, which was held outside the Torremolinos town hall on Monday, was attended by José Ortiz, mayor of Torremolinos. Also present were Pedro Pérez, councillor for social services, and Pedro Peña, the

10:31

Local

Ronda's new hospital receives its first patients today

VANESSA MELGAR RONDA

Health Department, Ana Isabel González. The new hospital, in which nearly 50 million euros have been invested, will provide health care for over 85,000 people in the Ronda region. It has 152 individual rooms (compared to the previous 18 single and 55

10:31

LifeStyle

"Palliative care is not a secondary level of medicine"

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...volunteers and more than 1,300 patients a year, its manager and medical director, Marisa Martín, says Cudeca is "doing well" at the moment with healthy accounts and the imminent opening of a training centre for palliative care. As a professional, what do ... you need to treat patients with a terminal illness? The first thing you need is vocation, and also competence. You have to prepare yourself. Palliative care is not a secondary area of medicine; it is a new discipline which requires constant training.

10:31

LifeStyle

Doreen Chown 1928 - 2016

T. BRYANT obituary

The death of one of Torremolinos' most popular entertainers has saddened the local expat community. Doreen Chown, who had lived in Torremolinos for more than forty years, died shortly before Christmas, after being taken into hospital with a suspect

12:21

LifeStyle

The battle against sugar gets fiercer

ALEJANDRA RODRÍGUEZ health

Last month the Minister of Finance, Cristóbal Montoro, announced a package of measures which are designed to raise around eight billion dollars this year. Of this cascade of cash, the Minister calculates that 200 million will come from soft drinks. N

12:43

Local

Cudeca celebrates 25 years of palliative care in Spain

Tony Bryant Benalmádena

Cudeca now has 5 home care teams who look after more than 350 patients. They have 18 shops, a warehouse and an outlet, and there are plans to build new day-care centres in other parts of Andalucía. Nearly 170 events were organized in aid of Cudeca last ... being the first to acknowledge her achievements with an award in 1993. Looking forward to the future, Joan expressed her determination to continue supplying special care and attention to those who need it. She finished by saying, "Ambition without

18:29

Local

'Piercing' the Porcupine sees again

Ignacio LIllo Malaga

...to participate in a daily performance put on by the zoological park. Piercing was born at Bioparc Fuengirola in Malaga in 2002 and is loved by staff and visitors alike, according to his keeper and vet Rosa Martínez Valverde, who takes care of the

17:18

LifeStyle

A life-long dedication to marine birds

Tony Bryant

Mother Nature is full of mysterious beauty for those who care to look for it, and sometimes a chance encounter that lasts just a few minutes can justify months or even years of steadfast dedication. Andy Paterson, a 74 year-old expat who has lived

13:51

Local

Malaga bar causes a stir by banning customers wearing pyjamas

JON A. SEDANO Malaga

...bear pattern across it, said: "I've been running around doing errands and just flung this on. It's comfortable, quick to put on and, to be honest, I don't care what anyone else thinks of it." Ever since our Spanish sister paper SUR broke the story on

11:26

Local

Two arrested after dog found living in squalor with no food or water

Eugenio Cabezas torre del mar

...if not treated can cause death. There was no record of Rex having received the vaccinations required by Spanish and Andalusian law, nor did he have the mandatory microchip. Rex is now in the care of a local animal shelter and the owners are to

19:08

LifeStyle

Teenage polar explorer to make history

ÁNGEL DE LOS RÍOS

...education from a young age of how to care responsibly for dogs by emphasising the strong bond between humans and the animals. Climate change The other objective of the expedition is to demonstrate the detrimental effect that climate change is having on ... the expedition. "On the one hand, it involves teaching people about the history and culture of these dogs as well as how to care for them responsibly, but there is also a climate-related purpose as well". Both participants will be facing

11:13

Sport

From couch potato to marathon junkie

RACHEL ARMSTRONG sotogrande

...raised £6,237 for the charity so far. He said: "By supporting The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, we're supporting four key areas; research, diagnosis, treatment and care. Fortunately, I have been able to see all of these processes in action at The Royal

12:31

LifeStyle

Couple demand compensation from health authorities after vasectomy fails

JUAN CANO MALAGA

...earner, was also working long hours at a care home and having to study at night in order to obtain the nursing degree she needed to keep her job. The first signs of the unexpected pregnancy came when Susana didn't get her period. After a few days she

13:45

LifeStyle

Smoothies to fight the illnesses of the 21st century

PILAR MANZANARES MALAGA

...ask, what exactly is a smoothie? Isn't it the same as a milkshake? The answer is: not exactly, although milk can be used. THE DOCTOR'S RECIPES To care for the muscles Ingredients: 10 green grapes, 1 apple, 150g carrots, 200ml orange juice ... together. Add water if a more liquid consistency is required. Benefits: This smoothie is good before taking exercise, because it helps to care for the muscles and muscular injuries. It also improves lung function, is good for the heart, the circulation,

11:45

Local

What is the salary gap?

A. PÉREZ-BRYAN Malaga

"Sectors such as the iron and steel industry have higher salaries than sectors which mainly involve women, like professional care of children or elderly people," said Dolores. "It reflects the importance attributed to these jobs by society." She also gives ... lowerIt is these differences which produce - and widen - the salary gap, in the same way that a man, because he is a man, "will be more likely to be promoted in his work because he is not expected to care for children or ask to shorten his working day". In

12:23

Local

Motherhood is still the main obstacle in women's careers

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN malaga

...or the existence of a dependent person who needs special care, is a responsibility that women still tend to take on, rather than men. Many choose to stop working for an agreed period or by working shorter days, and in extreme cases they give up ... when it comes to cutting down on working hours. The latest report from the National Statistics Institute (INE) shows that 21% of female workers reduce their working hours in order to care for children or sick adults, compared with 2% of men. Or to put ... firms consider that employing a woman aged between 25 and 40 could have repercussions on the organisation of the company in the medium term. However, both men and women have the legal right to work fewer hours in order to care for children under 12 or

13:45

LifeStyle

Mad as a March hare

PETER HARRISON wildlife

As children we were all amused by the March Hare in Lewis Caroll's wonderful book, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. What he says about hares in March is true, but that's only part of it. In spring, most animals seem to go crazy. Some are in advanc

13:56

LifeStyle

Giving support

Denise Bush Gardening

If you know that some of your plants are going to need supporting or they'll be flopping onto neighbouring plants once summer comes, then now is a the time to put in stakes. Use twiggy sticks left over from pruning, bamboo canes or metal stakes but b

14:49

LifeStyle

What do mothers fear most?

LINDA ONTIVEROS

For mothers, the wellbeing of their children is vital and 89 % want to look after them personally at certain stages of their life, according to a study carried out by the Movement of Mothers in Europe, a Unesco consulting body. The situation can caus

15:06

LifeStyle

"Some pains are transmitted through observation"

PILAR MANZANARES health

...isn't very effective. The benefits of treatments which combine motivation, physiotherapy and caresses, generally in the form of massages, are increasingly obvious although there are many other types of physical contact, emotional care . we are living at

16:16

What to do

Music, charity and culture

Denise Bush

HairtoCare Fuengirola. 11 March, from 9am. CR and Petro’s Hairdressers. All proceeds raised by the businesses on the day will go to Cudeca Cancer Hospice. There will also be live music, cakes, mojitos, other refreshments and paella available. Petro’s

10:44

Local

Two messages to drive women's social and professional business

RACHEL ARMSTRONG MARBELLA

...even in modern day society, "women tend not to be taken as seriously" as men in business, "as they are perceived as care givers rather than naturally career-oriented". She highlighted the importance of events like the IWD conference to "acknowledge

11:38

National

Uncertainty for many as Brexit bill gets royal assent

Jennie Rhodes Malaga

London, to highlight the plight of Britons in the country and in particular pensioners, who Sue Wilson, says are, "at breaking point," following the vote, as they are fearful of whether they will still be eligible for free health care once the UK leaves

13:51

LifeStyle

Fuengirola hairdressers raise more than 3,000 euros for Cudeca

Tony Bryant fuengirola

The Cudeca foundation held their latest fundraising extravaganza in Fuengirola last weekend. Under the banner of 'Hair to Care', a charity hair-cutting session took place in Petro Hair Salon in Los Boliches, and CR Hair Stylist in Fuengirola. Both

14:15

Local

SOS call from Malaga horse refuge

I. LILLO. Alhaurín el grande

...organisations that contribute to the organisation financially. The sanctuary has been open for 15 years now and the sisters have been involved in the treatment and care of more than 4,000 horses that have been abandoned or injured.

11:44

Gibraltar

House of Lords expresses strong support for Gibraltar post-Brexit

Debbie Bartlett GIBRALTAR

...helpful in demonstrating the depth of support that Gibraltar now enjoys from all sides of the House, including the central, crossbench, peers who have demonstrated they care about our rights in this process. I am also very grateful for the response of Her

12:27

LifeStyle

How to act fast in the event of a cardiac arrest

SUR MALAGA

...public. The director of the intensive care unit at the hospital, Dr. María de la Torre, explained why it is essential to act fast. She stated that for each minute that passes after the attack, the chance of survival decreases by another ten per cent, so

13:01

LifeStyle

St David's Day funds handed to Age Care

sur benalmádena

Members of the Welsh Society have presented a sum of 1,500 euros to Syd Weldon, president of Age Care Association. The funds were raised at the St David's Day celebrations and handed over by Welsh Association president Cath John, accompanied by ... volunteer Carol Weldon and Gina Foster, Age Care team leader in Benalmádena.