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10:50

National

The 'Christmas effect' leaves Spain with 724 coronavirus deaths in a day

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

Fears of a tsunami of infections in Spain caused by the 'Christmas effect' - when Covid-19 restrictions were eased - and the appearance of the new strains of the coronavirus have been proved right. The third wave has not only put a strain on the

00:24

LifeStyle

Unusual characters who turn up at Christmas

Alekk M. Saanders

The Christmas season is long and special in Spain. It starts with the most outstanding lottery in Europe on 22 December, continues with a family dinner on Christmas Eve and finishes in the company of the Three Kings, whose visit is always expected ... on 5 January. Children across the country are used to seeing Melchior, Gaspar and Balthazar in the streets and Father Christmas puts in appearances throughout December. However, there is another little-known Christmas character in Andalucía. His ... name is Tientapanza and he appears in the town of Écija just after Christmas. According to the local tradition, during the Christmas holidays, the Three Wise Men send an emissary to Écija to check if the children in the town have eaten well. That's

11:39

National

Christmas period sees slump in coronavirus tests across Andalucía

ALBERTO GOMEZ

Health workers in Andalucía performed 81,142 coronavirus tests over the Christmas holiday period between December 21 and 27, almost 15,000 fewer than in the previous week. The rate of testing fell to 976 tests per 100,000 inhabitants from 1,149 ... the beginning of Christmas. The percentage of positive results out of the total number of tests performed nationally rose to 9.2 between 21 and 27 December, while in Andalucía the number is 8.2 per cent. The World Health Organization (WHO) considers

16:53

LifeStyle

The delights of a Spanish Christmas

Rachel Haynes

...imagined 12 months ago, means that some foreign residents will be spending their first Christmas, or Navidad, in Spain. SALVADOR SALAS On the surface, the run-up to the holidays is the same as in much of the Western world. While the extravagance of ... some previous years has been toned down, Christmas lights now adorn the streets with the usual images: decorated trees, wrapped gifts, Father Christmas, reindeer, bells, stars… Even snowflakes make an appearance among the decorations, perhaps ... surprisingly for a place with the Costa del Sol’s climate, although weather earlier this month showed that wintry scenes can be found just a few minutes’ drive inland. Southern Spain, however, has its own Christmas traditions that are worth discovering,

14:24

Local

Christmas cheer for Costa del Sol families

sur in english

A Marbella based charity is celebrating after delivering Christmas hampers and presents to almost 800 underprivileged families this week. A team of 25 volunteers helped deliver the gifts to those in need between Manilva and Malaga. The operation ... delivered to just under 800 families in time for Christmas.” The 36-year-old Brit started the registered charity during lockdown to help those who were struggling to feed their children during the pandemic. Volunteers in Marbella.SUR However, with ... Christmas approaching the charity realised there were still a lot of people that needed their help. Kara, from Kent, who has lived in Spain for 20 years and manages Marbella’s Boardwalk Cafe, added: “I feel very humbled and proud by everyone’s efforts and

17:10

Opinion

A place at Christmas

IGNACIO LILLO

Christmas is coming and rather than being a celebration it is well on its way to becoming the wet dream of Ebenezer Scrooge ('Bah humbug'), that infamous anti-yuletide character in Dickens' novel. In every family the debate has started over who to ... turns: group A starts at eight on Christmas Eve, as a sort of dinner-supper; and then in successive shifts until downing the grapes at midnight on New Year's Eve. But not much later than that mind you, as by one o'clock at the latest we've all got to be ... between zero and hardly, although to be fair, ignoring rules is as old a tradition in these parts as Christmas itself. It's going to be impossible to police a rule imposing such a low limit on people eating the Christmas Eve meal, or Christmas Day lunch,

16:58

Local

Contact tracers struggle to keep up with cases after Covid infections spike in Malaga

Ángel Escalera

The third wave of the coronavirus pandemic has become the most aggressive and has seen the number of infections reported across Malaga province growing fast than ever. As the situation worsened after the Christmas holidays, last week there were ... reinforcements, because we are overwhelmed by the spectacular growth of coronavirus cases after the Christmas festivities." Stay home It’s not only the tracers are overwhelmed, but also the personnel in charge of taking the samples for the tests that diagnose

13:40

LifeStyle

Resoli and mistela, two traditional drinks for Christmas

...and winter, and especially Christmas, are when they really come into their own. In the case of resoli, this is an aniseed-type drink which is made in the villages of Alfarnate, Cuevas de San Marcos and Cuevas Bajas. In the first of these, it is also ... preserve it for longer. It is a sweet, smooth, aniseed-tasting drink which is just 13º proof. People in Arriate often drink it at festivals, including Christmas. Where to buy them It is not difficult to find the resoli from Alfarnate and the mistela of

11:33

Local

Andalucía eases travel restrictions to allow Christmas family gatherings

EUROPA PRESS

...mobility between the eight Andalusian provinces is still allowed after it was authorised on 18 December. Christmas Eve curfew The current 11pm to 6am night time curfew is also being relaxed on Christmas Eve (24 December) allowing the circulation of ... people until 1.30am on 25 December. For the celebration of Christmas lunches and dinners on 24 and 25 December, the regional government has declared that “groups of people in spaces of public and private use, both indoors and outdoors, are restricted to