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18:00

Local

Stricter rules on nightlife come into force in Andalucía

SUR

Nightclubs in Andalucía are required to keep a record of everyone entering as of Wednesday this week, while bars, clubs and restaurants can only have 12 people at tables. The new, stricter measures are aimed at young people. These are gathering in la

11:48

Local

"Everything has changed since the coronavirus pandemic struck"

Tony Bryant

...felt that it would be too much of a risk to come back to work in the shops. How are you attracting younger volunteers? This is a good way to gain work experience. We have had some younger volunteers that are using the experience to prepare for

15:35

Opinion

Dogs come to the rescue again

PETER HARRISON

Man's reliance on dogs has been long established. Prehistoric man found dogs kept predators at bay and early on shepherds found dogs able to round up sheep much more effectively than they could and further uses were soon discovered. It was not unt

15:04

Opinion

Anyone for tapas?

ANDREW J. LINN

...tapa got its name. The rule is that tapas come free, and if you get one with the first drink you never know what happens with the second. Usually it comes without, and it is not polite to ask for a repeat. You will get it, but with a sour face, as

18:31

LifeStyle

Ideas come from isolation

jennie rhodes / tony bryant

We're now into week three of the coronavirus lockdown in Spain. While frustrating and lonely, the experience is leading confined residents to new ideas and inspiration. More time to learn, to study, to explore the world through a computer screen and

15:15

LifeStyle

Will we come out of this fatter or thinner?

CARLOS BENITO

Anonymous". Since the lockdown began, there appears to have been a type of nutritional apocalypse from which we are all going to come out looking spherical, more or less the shape with which we usually portray coronavirus itself. Our present diet would give ... a nutritionist nightmares, an orgy of sugars and ready meals which we wash down with litres of soft drinks and even more litres of alcohol. Thank goodness this period of sedentarism will come to an end fairly soon, because otherwise we might not fit ... instead of quickly frying the first ready-made meal we come across. Food, suddenly, has become an event, which we plan in much more detail than before, and that can also result in more meticulous and sensible choices. "This is a change of paradigm