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13:11

Sport

Fernando Alonso begins recovery following bicycle accident

D. Sánchez de Castro

Formula 1 driver Fernando Alonso is facing a race against the clock to be ready for the testing stage of the Bahrain Grand Prix in mid-March after he spent two days in hospital in Bern (Switzerland) after being involved in an accident on his bicycle

19:15

National

Primark announces seven new stores in Spain creating up to 650 jobs

EUROPA PRESS

Primark, the Irish low-cost fashion firm, is boosting its presence in Spain with the opening of new stores in San Fernando (Cádiz), Girona, San Sebastián, Madrid, Bilbao, Vigo and Marbella which will create 650 jobs, according to the company. The ... fashion brand continues to grow in Spain with the new outlets, giving it 57 stores in the national market. The Cadiz store, which will be located in the Bahía Sur shopping centre in San Fernando, will have 3,000 square metres of space and is scheduled to

16:43

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Exhibitions and art shows currently on along the Costa del Sol and inland

denise bush

...information call:952062069 or email: museorevellodetoro@gmail.com Fernando Clemente, Malaga Sala La Coracha Malaga Sala Coracha, behind the Museo del Patrimonio Municipal. Fernando Clemente Around sixty works created over the last fifteen ... years by Fernando Clemente entitled I Love Pintura. Ana S. Valderrábanos.. From 9 April until 20 June. Borderline is the first solo exhibition at the gallery by artist and graphic illustrator Ana Valderrábanos. It consists of over 60 works including

16:08

Sport

San Fernando stunned by bottom side Malagueño

OPTA

Atlético Malagueño, Malaga's B side, caused the biggest upset of the weekend by beating high-flying San Fernando on their own ground on Sunday afternoon. Forward Iván Jaime gave the visitors the lead in the 18th minute but his side were pegged

14:37

Sport

Fernando Alonso to make F1 return after re-signing with Renault

DAVID SÁNCHEZ DE CASTRO

Two-time world Formula One champion Fernando Alonso will return to the sport at the age of 39, it was announced on Wednesday. Alonso has re-signed with Renault, the team with which he triumphed in 2005 and 2006, after quitting the sport at the end

12:04

National

Spain is on the verge of passing from medium to high Covid risk level

ÁLVARO SOTO

Fernando Simón, the director of Spain's coordination centre for health emergencies CCAES, has revealed that the 14-day rate of Covid infections per 100,000 inhabitants jumped from 138.63 cases on Friday to 149.26 this Monday (29 March) and was close

13:44

Sport

Goalless draw confirms Marbella's relegation

ADg

A 0-0 draw away to San Fernando on Sunday evening confirms that Marbella will at best spend next season in at least the fourth tier of the newly-restructured Spanish football pyramid, with the Costa side now set to compete in the second, relegation ... seemed both teams were too afraid to lose to push for a goal. In the 65th minute, San Fernando were reduced to ten men when Biabiany was dismissed. Marbella’s clearest opportunity to capitalise on their numerical advantage came ten minutes from time when

12:27

National

Spain deploys 65,000 police to enforce Easter travel restrictions

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / ÁLVARO SOTO

...said Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska. “Last week we carried out 162,000 controls that led to 9,500 proposals for fines. This Easter 64,200 officers will be deployed to ensure compliance with the regulations," he promised. Grande-Marlaska

10:53

National

Spain doesn't rule out tighter Covid restrictions for Easter

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / ÁLVARO SOTO

...trend is upward, transmission is increasing and, if it is not corrected, we will have increases in [infection] rates in the coming weeks," insisted María Jesús Sierra, the number two of Fernando Simón in the Alerts and Emergencies Coordination Centre.