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14:58

What to do

Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

Ballet Day The Bolshoi Ballet. The World Ballet Day filmed live from Moscow can be seen on YouTube. The Bolshoi Ballet are shown in the video during rehearsals with interviews with some of the teachers and dancers translated into English. There are

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

17:57

Local

Crime still finds a way around the lockdown

FERNANDO TORRES

...which is the main catalyst for crime, has reduced significantly overall: "During the state of alarm, opportunity has been shifting." As a result, he predicts a steep decline in burglaries on remote homes and housing estates. "Even if there are areas

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

17:29

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

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.

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.)

16:24

What to do

Staircase effect

GEORGINA OLIVER

...counts. If you're reading this, Chapeau! There's a pretty good chance that you have downloaded the print edition of SUR in English; maybe your next step will be to revisit virtually an exhibition you swished through during the pre-lockdown era - in what,

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

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

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

12:20

What to do

Concerts, talks and classes online keep confined residents busy at home

Denise Bush

...public up to date with their activities. What are you doing? Help us fill the What To Do section in SUR in English during the coronavirus crisis. If you’ve moved your cultural or fundraising activities online, let us know about it: ... uploaded videos on Instagram (#SocialDistancingSessions) to kick of 'Together at Home', a virtual music series to unite people around the world during the coronavirus pandemic.

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

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

12:36

National

Spanish state of alarm to be extended for two more weeks

PAULA DE LAS HERAS

The state of alarm that began last weekend to curb the spread of coronavirus in Spain is to go on at least until the middle of April. Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez told the presidents of Spain's regions during a videoconference on Sunday morning

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

17:39

Sport

Ex-Malaga coach Joaquín Peiró dies, aged 84

Daryl Finch

2003, taking over during one of the lowest points in the club's history. Following promotion back to Segunda at the end of the 1997-98 campaign, Peiró led the side to the top flight by winning the division in his first season in charge. Under his

11:20

National

King Felipe makes reassuring TV speech and thanks key workers

SUR

King Felipe addressed the nation in a television broadcast on Wednesday night. Normally it is only at Christmas that there is a King's speech. The last exception was during Catalan independence troubles in 2017. In his speech, King Felipe asked

14:51

Local

Military personnel drafted in to Malaga to disinfect main transport hubs

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...tasks, as well as information campaigns, took place at María Zambrano train station and Malaga Airport during the morning in coordination with the city hall. The units were also due to be deployed to the port, the municipal markets, the bus station, the

14:07

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government advises residents not to travel to Spain

Debbie Bartlett

...your symptoms last longer than 10 days or get worse during the 10 days, please call 111 again or call a GP for advice so that medical staff can help you. "After the 10 days, if you feel well and no longer have a high temperature, you can go back to

17:49

Sport

Sport another Covid-19 casualty as fixtures are postponed for two weeks

SERGIO CORTÉS / BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...level, all local football clubs in Andalucía have been told to postpone matches and close their pitches for training during the same two-week period. Other sports With many areas of Spain imposing bans on gatherings of more than a thousand people,

15:57

LifeStyle

Franco flag flies over city hall as Malaga time travels back to wartime

FERNANDO TORRES

...vehicles and extras walking by. During one take, the man crossed the street in uniform carrying a mysterious briefcase. After several takes outside city hall, the satisfied film crew moved on to the pavement and inside the entrance to film the mysterious

12:46

Local

Ten artists compete to win Estepona's best new mural prize

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...together during the competition when they have not been painting from cranes several metres of the ground. Estepona's Ruta de los Murales (mural tour) will have a total of 60 works displayed on building all over the town by the end of the competition

12:28

Sport

Regino out of World Cup in last-16 phase

marina rivas

Nerja snowboarder Regino Hernández crashed out of the World Cup in the last-16 phase on Saturday. Having been blighted by injury during the last three months and suffering a fall, Hernández struggled to keep up with the pace set and finished third

12:18

Sport

Oumaiz, third in Spanish Championships

efe

Ouassim Oumaiz earned a podium finish during Sunday's Spanish Cross Country Championships which took place in Zaragoza. The Nerja athlete, who won this event last year, was locked in a close battle with Toni Abadía for silver but eventually lost