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17:04

Local

Afesol increases its staff due to the recent rise in suicides

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

In 2019 there were 3,671 suicides in Spain, according to the National Institute of Statistics, and this was a higher number than in 2018. Due to the pandemic, the figures for 2020 and 2021 are expected to rise even further, say specialists such as

08:45

Local

Sierra Bermeja fire under control

Juan cano

More rain has fallen through the night than expected, allowing the Sierra Bermeja fire to be controlled this Tuesday morning, 14 September. This was announced by the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, in a tweet just before 7am, ... after being informed by the Infoca firefighting brigade. The state weather agency Aemet has predicted more rain throughout the day, with up to 10mm expected in the area by early afternoon as the firefighters continue their work to extinguish the

12:13

Local

Another heatwave is on its way to Andalucía bringing 45-degree temperatures

EUROPA PRESS

...rising in the interior areas of Andalucía as of this Wednesday (7 July), but the highest temperatures are expected on Saturday. Almost all the provincial capitals are expected to reach 40 degrees, and Seville could register up to 45 degrees. Cadiz is ... the exception, as it will be around 35 degrees. Sánchez-Laulhé also forecasts that sea temperatures in the Mediterranean are expected to drop due to a change in the winds.

10:03

Local

August holiday bookings on the Costa stagnate due to increased travel restrictions

Pilar Martínez

...holidaymakers expected. The travellers, who are exempt from quarantine when they return to England, still have to present up to two PCR tests upon return. And now, as from today, 27 July, all Germans who return from Spanish destinations must quarantine for ten ... companions for the tourism industry. Some industry professionals are already readjusting budgets for August, convinced that the income will not be as expected. Just last week a hotelier on the coast received cancellations worth 60,000 euros in a single day, ... of the Tourism Council of the Confederation of Hotel Entrepreneurs of Andalusia (CEA), Miguel Sánchez, adds, “The summer is not performing as we expected. There are high occupations, by the Spanish, on weekends but then on Sunday it suddenly drops

11:57

Local

Malaga's megayachts marina construction expected to start within weeks

IGNACIO LILLO

...be laid to mark the start of work and the event is expected to be attended by the Junta de Andalucía’s spokesperson Elías Bendodo; the president of the Port Authority, Carlos Rubio, and partners of the consortium of Spanish and American companies led

10:52

National

High temperatures return to Andalucía with four provinces on yellow alert

ALMUDENA NOGUÉS

Spain's national weather agency, Aemet, is warning that high temperatures will return to Andalucía this Monday, 6 September, and it has issued yellow alerts for four provinces in the region. Specifically, the mercury is expected to soar, during ... this second week of September, in Almeria, Cordoba, Jaén and Seville, according to the forecast, with highs of up to 38 degrees expected. In addition, Cadiz province, is also added to the weather warning map due to rough seas and strong winds that ... could reach 80 kilometres per hour. In Malaga and on the Costa del Sol, a minimum temperature of 21 degrees is expected and a maximum of 30. Looking ahead to Wednesday, Aemet expects the summer heat to return to Malaga. In the city, maximums of 32

12:38

Local

Flight numbers take off at the Costa del Sol airport this weekend

Pilar Martínez

Friday (30 July) until Monday a total of 1,640 flights are expected to land and take off on the Costa del Sol, compared to the 2,017 in this same period in 2019 – some 81 per cent of the air traffic it had before the start of the worldwide health crisis.