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12:36

LifeStyle

Winter warmth

SUR

When you think of winter, its cold and dark nights come to mind. Though knee-high snow is not too unusual in this city at this time of year, its annual festival does its best to bring light and warmth to the more than a million yearly visitors who

13:01

National

Guidelines aim to explain lengthy EU and UK Brexit negotiations

Jennie Rhodes

The organisation British in Europe has published guidelines explaining how the agreement reached by the UK government and the EU negotiators, following the first round of Brexit negotiations, which concluded in December 2017, affects Britons living ... in other EU countries. “Where does the December agreement leave me?” (www.britishineurope.org) picks out the most relevant areas of the paper and explains what was agreed in clearer terms than the terminology used in the original document. The

12:09

Local

Calls for further improvements to Hospital Marítimo

Alberto gómez

Patients and healthcare professionals have criticised the maintenance work on the Hospital Marítimo in Torremolinos, which was completed in December. Many have called for more drastic measures, such as a complete refurbishment of the facility,

18:24

LifeStyle

29 December 1170: The death of Thomas Becket, the 'turbulent priest'

MINDY BURROWS

Saint Thomas of Canterbury is perhaps one of the best known martyrs of today, with a complex and tragic tale of religion, friendship, and betrayal leading to his canonisation and the celebration of this day, 29 December, as his Saint's Day. Thomas

10:49

Local

Ryanair ground staff threaten to strike on 30 December

Spain's main trade unions have said that the Ryanair ground staff in Spain will go on strike on 30 December if the company does not meet their demands for salary increases and improved conditions. In a report submitted to the mediation body SIMA, ... Italian and Portuguese pilots announced strikes. The Italians were due to stop today, 15 December, and the Irish on Wednesday 20 December.

11:18

LifeStyle

15 December 1982: Goodwill gesture reopens Gibraltar border after 13 years

Tony Bryant

Following years of negotiations between Spain's newly elected socialist party and Margaret Thatcher's conservative government, Spain finally lifted its blockade of Gibraltar on Wednesday 15 December 1982. The heavy black iron gates that separated ... the UK and Spain in early 1982 resulted in the reopening of the border on 15 December of that year. However, despite the goodwill gesture by the Spanish authorities, the frontier was opened under tight restrictions, which only allowed access to

11:34

LifeStyle

GPs and hospitals are overwhelmed by patients with flu and colds at present

Ángel Escalera

100,000 inhabitants in Malaga province; this was lower than the 102.37 in the last week of 2017. In Andalucía, 162.56 cases were registered per 100,000 inhabitants between 1 and 7 January, and 188.19 from 25 to 31 December. “There is more flu than it ... factor is that the flu this season is intense and presents a variety of symptoms: high temperature, shivering, aches and pains, dry and persistent cough, headache etc. The regional government activated a special plan on 1 December to deal with the

12:26

National

Spain holds its breath and hopes for the Gordo

Debbie Bartlett

There is always an air of great excitement and anticipation in Spain on 22 December, because it is the day of the Christmas Lottery, known as ‘El Gordo’, meaning ‘The Fat One’, although the nickname refers to the first prize rather than the lottery ... continued all through the Civil War (1936 - 1939) although 1938 was unusual because there were two of them. Both took place on 22 December, but one was republican and drawn in Barcelona, and the other nationalist and was held in Burgos. The drum that ... releases the numbered balls.EFE However, the Spanish Christmas lottery has not always been held on the same date. It began on 18 December 1812 (18/12/1812), and was the idea of the exiled government, which at the time was based in Cadiz, as a way of raising

17:55

Local

Axarquía growers start to feel effects of drought

ÁGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

The Axarquía really started to feel the effects of the drought last week when around 10 communities of growers had their water supply cut off. Restrictions were established at the beginning of December, meaning that growers of crops such as mangoes

18:37

LifeStyle

Festive cheer and goodwill among the Costa's clubs and associations

SUR IN ENGLISH

Anglican Church (Costa del Sol West) Chocolate oranges and fair The Anglican Church of the western Costa recently handed over 600 chocolate oranges and hundreds of Christmas biscuit packs, donated by customers of Overseas in Puerto Banús, to Emau