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15:04

National

Opening of Spain's borders to tourists in July could be staggered by region

E. MARTÍNEZ / R. HAYNES / EFE

...plan to help small businesses make it through to next year. "It's very difficult to remain optimistic," he told SUR in English, adding that he was only receiving cancellations and so far the news that the country could open up in July had not sparked

17:33

Opinion

We were going to be better

Héctor Barbotta

We knew it was going to be tough, but when all this started we had certain expectations that the experience could make us better as a society. Not only because after 2008, and what followed 2008, there was no room for the chain to break again at its ... weakest link, but above all because on this occasion, when no one was safe, we had understood that the only way of getting through this was together. A crisis where there are no winners could be overcome with everyone rowing in the same direction. Once ... plans to shreds, would result in the emergence of something better in compensation. We acted out a large part of those hopes every day at eight o'clock in the evening from our balconies, but the expectations that all this could bring something good

15:24

Local

Nautical tourism, a key to bringing Puerto Banús back to life

Héctor Barbotta

With the coronavirus pandemic wiping out more usual streams of income, Puerto Banús is turning to nautical tourism as a way to boost activity in the absence of the usual influx of visitors this high season. Marinas de Andalucía, the association th

14:47

Local

British man admitted to hospital with four gunshot wounds to the legs

juan cano / Álvaro Frías

While the inquiry is in its early stages, police believe it is a case of a settling of scores among organised criminal gangs, and the shooting could be interpreted as a warning. If this were confirmed, this would be the first case of gangland violence

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 ... have a remarkable sense of detection. Our son Neil used to visit us weekly and our dog Digger could alert us when Neil's car was over a mile away. Now what made the car sound different to Digger than that of any other Peugeot? Dogs have detection

11:43

National

New Minimum Living Income benefit likely to apply to foreign residents too

SUR

Although final details have not been announced, more information has been emerging of the government's proposed new Minimum Living Income, which could eventually benefit some 850,000 vulnerable households in Spain. The benefit, for those on very ... year to the Spanish Social Security system, although it could be over various shorter periods. The beneficiary would also have to have been a resident of Spain for at least a full year immediately before applying. The benefit, to be known in Spanish ... adult could be 462 euros a month and 1,015 euros for a family of two adults and two children. The measure is expected to be approved at a Cabinet meeting this week, when full requirements and details of how to apply from June will be released.

17:10

LifeStyle

22 May 1940: Gibraltar is evacuated in the Second World War

Debbie Bartlett

It is a largely unknown fact that during WW2 the British government decided to turn Gibraltar into a fortress to stop Hitler and Franco seizing it, and ordered all women, children, the elderly and infirm to be evacuated to make room for the troops.

15:57

Sport

Malaga to make 50 staff redundant in further bid to balance the books

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...the process. There is a possibility that the figure of 50 redundancies could eventually be reduced. This measure has been set in motion by the judicial administrator of the club, José María Muñoz, who is tasked with keeping the club solvent and ... avoiding La Liga sanctions which could include relegation. "Restructuring the club is part of a series of necessary measures to ensure the survival of Malaga CF," read the statement which announced the dismissals. "In recent months the club has been

15:38

Opinion

What's the plan?

Mark Nayler

...flexible predictions, public debt could rise from its current level of just under 100% of GDP to around 124% in 2021. Next year could also see the budgetary deficit, which Spain's current government finally brought beneath the EU-imposed ceiling of 3% in ... claimed that the only way Spain could avoid a public debt crisis was by formulating a fiscal programme covering "several terms" (and therefore, potentially, several changes of government) and securing cross-party support for it as soon as possible. But