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13:32

Local

Andalucía clears up confusion over new Covid-19 rules for Christmas

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ / JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

...between provinces within the autonomous community but journeys in and out of the region remain banned – except for "justified reasons" which include "caring for a dependant person, health appointments and professional, business or legal obligations." It is

15:59

Sport

Casares confirmed as venue of the 2023 edition of the Solheim Cup

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

...cent recycled water. "We are committed to events of this importance on a global level, as they highlight the work we carry out with regard to caring for the environment, sustainability and the circular economy," he said. 'Women's Ryder Cup' Puerto

11:03

Education

Secondary poems

I’ve been telling stories to children of my own, Of how brave and caring you were, And every day we take flowers to your stone. I now realise that even though you’re not here, I can still pull through without you, Because I know that you are

18:45

Local

6,000 flamingo chicks born at Fuente de Piedra lake reserve

F, Torres / R. Merino

...are believed to have descended on this inland nature reserve this season. The authorities said that this week 2,500 pairs were still on the lake caring for their young. This summer the traditional flamingo ringing event, which normally involves

16:07

LifeStyle

New support group offers lifeline to carers and families of dementia patients

Tony Bryant

Caring for someone with any type of dementia is stressful and intensely emotional, especially when their memories and skills begin to diminish. These changes can produce emotional confusion for both carer and patient and, as the patient's needs increase, ... situation. You are also embarrassed about what your loved one might do. "Many carers feel they are isolated, and they need to talk to others who are caring for loved ones, so this is why the group was founded," Sandie explained to SUR in English. Other ... symptoms by making note of unusual behaviour to see if it is reoccurring." British expat Pauline Hulme is caring for her husband David, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's three years ago, although she feels that the disease may have struck much earlier