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11:28

Local

'Tired and overloaded': historic shortage of nurses in Malaga province

ALBERTO GóMEZ

...call you at two o'clock so you can come to work at three.” “These conditions have caused our professionals to emigrate abroad and to other autonomous communities. Each region offers different contracts - Asturias is offering three-year contracts while

01:04

Local

"We've lost everything, but we're lucky nobody died"

Andrea Jiménez

A woman waits impatiently for two workmen to open her safe, or what's left of it, a charred box. When they manage to open it, it's impossible to distinguish the majority of items inside, now reduced to ash. She starts to cry while they put her belo

23:59

National

Spain’s health minister gives control to regional governments to ban travel and further limit gatherings - if needed

Spain’s Ministry of Health has authorised the autonomous communities to harden the festive movement and gathering plans if they deem the situation requires it in their local areas. The announcement will allow the regional governments to apply ... “stricter measures if they consider it appropriate” given their epidemiological situation. In essence the communities will be allowed to have the final say to restrict the movement of their citizens with the only exclusion being confinement to their homes.

17:29

Local

Keeping spirits up, at a safe distance

R. APARICIO / E. REQUENA / F. GUTIÉRREZ

Applause at 8pm for health workers during this global pandemic is now a regular occurrence across the nation. But some communities are taking it one step further and are making good use of their only connection to their outdoor world: their ... balconies and terraces. For many communities, this has become an invaluable way not only to stay connected with their neighbours during this time of lockdown, but also to keep morale and optimism high in these unprecedented times. Especially in private

13:01

Local

New Year's Eve in Andalucía: What time does the curfew start?

ENRIQUE MIRANDA

...exceptions are “if it is to assist and care for the elderly, minors, dependents, people with disabilities or ‘especially vulnerable’ people.” Although there was the possibility of increasing the restrictions for New Year's Eve, as other communities have

23:06

LifeStyle

A New Year's custom difficult to digest

Tony Bryant

...on among the expat communities, although few have mastered the procedure. At the first dong of midnight, one must pop a grape into their mouth and swallow it before the second dong, approximately three seconds later. There is little time to chew and