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17:37

What to do

Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

...are shown in the video during rehearsals with interviews with some of the teachers and dancers translated into English. There are many other videos of other performances available Museum tours Musée de la Musique Philharmonie de Paris

16:11

LifeStyle

Keeping hypochondria at bay during a global pandemic

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

This is a bad time for hypochondriacs. The worry and excessive fear of getting a serious illness, or the conviction that you already have one, increase considerably when there is a pandemic, and now coronavirus is affecting the whole planet. You only

16:08

Local

Extending a helping hand to the needy during this crisis

Tony Bryant

...are stuck at home with children. Many have no income, so it is extremely important to help them all during these difficult times," Joyce explains. The charity has set up a special Facebook page where donations can be pledged, while prospective

18:09

National

Driving licences in Spain will not expire during state of alarm

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

The Spanish government has said that it will automatically extend the validity of driving licences that expire during the state of alarm. "Driving licences and permits, as well as other administrative authorisations to drive, whose period of ... validity runs out during the state of alarm, will be automatically extended as long as this lasts and up to sixty days after its end," says the resolution published by the Ministry of the Interior in the Official State Gazette on Saturday. The measure

17:45

Gibraltar

Former Gibraltar governors offer words of support during Covid-19 crisis

Debbie Bartlett

Seven former Governors of Gibraltar have sent a letter to the population expressing their support in the face of the global coronavirus epidemic. The letter, signed by Lord Luce, Sir David Durie, Sir Francis Richards, Lieutenant General Sir Robert

17:20

Local

Animal charities face hard times as shops and shelters close

Jennie Rhodes

One of the exceptions to the Spanish government's tight restrictions on movement during the coronavirus lockdown is for dog walking. However, there is a lack of clarity as to what is allowed. Anything from being 50 to 250 metres from your home, to ... person may accompany an animal and that appointments should be for emergencies only. According to the OCV website around 10,000 vets are still working during the crisis at veterinary practices, on farms, in laboratories and in the food industry.

19:49

LifeStyle

How to keep homes clean and tidy during the lockdown

SUR IN ENGLISH

...who runs the Cuisad company which specialises in domestic cleaning. It is a good idea to be careful about footwear that we use outside, and Bellido recommends that we always wear the same pair of shoes on the few occasions when we do go out during

18:19

Local

New technologies allow students to keep learning during the lockdown

Jennie Rhodes

Public and private education centres across the province have all had to adapt almost overnight to the coronavirus emergency. There are 338,765 pupils in public primary and secondary education across the province, along with 22,575 teachers; they t

18:13

LifeStyle

Local charities step up to help the vulnerable during coronavirus crisis

Tony Bryant

...many of them rely on the assistance and services of local charitable associations. Most of these charities are endeavouring to continue to help those in need during these difficult times, but the disruption is having a direct effect on the services they ... ensure its clients are looked after during the lockdown. The charity, which has closed its drop-in centre, has issued volunteers with identity badges and an official letter stating they are working on behalf of the charity to help the elderly. The

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

11:12

LifeStyle

Coping with confinement

Tony Bryant

...disastrous for the economy. “I suppose I am concerned about contracting the virus. I think that some people are more susceptible to catch viruses than others. I have had many during my life, so there is a fair chance I may get this. I recovered from all the

11:19

Local

One of Spain's biggest heroin distributors arrested in Marbella

fernando torres

National Police in Marbella have arrested a man considered by the authorities to be one of Spain's largest heroin distributors. Three others, who had allegedly travelled to the Costa del Sol to organise a shipment, were also arrested during the

16:17

Local

Week of rain eases concerns over reservoir levels in Malaga province

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

The so-called good type of rain fell over Malaga province last week, leaving no notable damage, instead supplying the area's reservoirs. Reserves increased by three cubic hectometres during last week, which is practically equivalent to Malaga

14:31

Local

Driver injured as lorry slips down ravine

Charo márquez

A cement mixer slipped 60 metres down a ravine with its driver last Friday while it was being rescued from the same ravine. The lorry had been hanging on the edge of the ravine as the ground gave way beneath the vehicle while its driver, Antonio Mart

13:03

Local

Work to connect two of province's reservoirs "to start before summer"

Eugenio Cabezas

During a visit to the Axarquía, Andalucía's regional minister of Agriculture, Farming, Fishing and Sustainable Development, Carmen Crespo, said that work to connect the La Viñuela and La Concepción reservoirs would begin before the start of summer.

15:56

Local

Police dog finds drugs in schoolbags during demonstration in Marbella

charo márquez

Three first and second year pupils were suspended from Las Dunas secondary school in Marbella last month after a police dog found drugs in their schoolbags. The Local Police unit was at the school to put on a demonstration in the playground, but th

22:14

LifeStyle

Cooking with preserved foods

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

According to the statistics, the most popular products sold in supermarkets during the last couple of weeks were dairy products, meat, fresh fruit and vegetables. However, having a few cans or jars in the larder can save us having to make another

19:26

National

Air Canada flight makes successful emergency landing at Barajas airport

Melchor Sáiz-Pardo

A Boeing 747 with 130 passengers on board made an emergency landing at Madrid's Barajas Airport on Monday evening due to damage caused to its landing gear during take-off. The Air Canada flight AC837 heading for Toronto took off from Barajas just

12:18

Local

Advice to help prevent the spread of coronavirus

Advertorial

...to your help. It is thanks to you, dear members, that we exist. "During these thirty years together, we have gotten a lot of affection from you, we know that you love us and it is now when you are most showing us with your continuous displays of

10:43

Local

DNA tests show bones found during search are not Dana's

E. C. / A. F.

Forensic tests have shown that bones found during last Saturday's search for Dana Leonte's body do not belong to the missing Romanian woman. More than 300 people participated in the search in the mountains around Arenas, Sedella and Salaraes, ... Meanwhile, a number of people gave witness statements last week during the investigation of Sergio Ruiz; Leonte's partner and only suspect in her murder. Ruiz's former partner and mother of his first child said he was a "violent and aggressive person" whom

18:31

LifeStyle

Ideas come from isolation

jennie rhodes / tony bryant

Steve Marshall. Age Concern Although Steve Marshall is overseeing the running of his branch of Age Concern during the lockdown, he is trying to use his spare time wisely. “Today I explored the second bedroom, opened wardrobes and found an amazing

12:15

National

Businesses rally with crisis cash, supplies and logistical support

SUR

Many companies, from international names to local firms, are making significant donations to help during the coronavirus crisis. Banking giant BBVA has said it will donate 25 million euros in the countries where it has operations. This week it

20:36

Sport

Local athletes take a new road to the Olympics

MARINA RIVAS / BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...receiving psychological help to channel her frustration: "I only ask that they allow us to go into a closed sports centre and let us train. If we need to be tested before, during or after, we will do it. We won't care as long as we can go in the water. No

17:35

What to do

Art and style in Jimena de la Frontera during the month of October

Debbie Bartlett

The small and picturesque village of Jimena de la Frontera in Cadiz province, just half an hour’s drive inland from Sotogrande, is the focus of arts and crafts this month with an exhibition starting on Friday 11th October and a fascinating and innova

10:50

LifeStyle

Foundation gives 15,000 euros to cancer charity

SUR IN ENGLISH

Malaga. Representatives from the Spanish cancer association, AECC were in Mijas recently to pick up a cheque for 15,000 euros from Fundación CLC World. The funds were raised by staff at the CLC holiday resort in Mijas during the month of October

16:41

Sport

Police investigations raise questions over Al-Thani family's wages and shares

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...payments, outlined in the club statutes, say that these payments would only be made in instalments for meetings attended and that "these meetings must be documented and legally formalised". During the search of the club, no such documentation was found, ... Al-Thani between 2015 and 2018. During this period, as it became a possibility that control of the club could fall into the hands of the BlueBay group through that particular lawsuit, Al-Thani acquired a further 0.9 per cent of the club to ensure that he

16:33

Opinion

Hard times

ANDREW J. LINN

...need financial help to continue preparing meals for those in need during the crisis.)

13:11

Local

A few hotels stay open for key workers and stranded tourists

P. MARTÍNEZ / N. HESKETH

British nationals who find themselves currently unable to get back to the UK and we welcome this announcement by the Spanish authorities that some hotels and short-stay accommodation will remain open during the state of emergency." The list is subject to

18:09

Sport

Malaga to launch new home kit during Algeciras friendly

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

The new Malaga home kit for next season has been released and went on sale both online and at the club's official outlets on Thursday. The players themselves will wear the kit for the first time today, Friday, during the club's first pre-season

10:35

Local

Junta de Andalucía considering expropriating land affected during rescue

JUAN CANO / ALVARO FRÍAS

The Junta de Andalucía has said that it is considering expropriating some of the land affected in the search for Julen in January. Over 20 plots of land were affected during the search, meaning that other landowners should be compensated. The Junta ... has said that it is "impossible to return the land back to its original state" and as such the land has lost its original value. During the trial the magistrate ordered that the land needed to be secured to avoid more accidents and as such the ... for its original purposes. Large areas are considered unsafe due to the holes that were dug and machinery used during the rescue efforts. The Junta needs to reach a financial settlement with the affected landowners, but through conversations between

14:59

Local

Finance seminar to examine trends for 2020

SUR in ENglish

...recession make it ever more difficult to gauge the markets. Huijsman will dive into a range of possible scenarios that could occur in both the economy and the stock markets during 2020. As well as indicating current trends in the economy, he will use

13:33

Local

Costa firm wins data technology prize

SUR.

A startup company from Malaga has won the Global Blockchain Challenge with an online platform to promote vaccination in underdeveloped countries. Rewire Social won the award for the best scalable blockchain project during the Global Blockchain