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18:06

Sport

Stealing a march

Rob Palmer

Those fans who have been desperate for their fix of football, rehashing any fag ends from days gone by, need to be prepared for an overdose. From the famine of absolutely no live football since March, there will be a feast with plans for at least a ... game a day from 11 June for 32 days. The Germans have been first to flood the market with their brand but La Liga is ready to steal a march on the world's self-professed leading producers, the Premier League, which won't be ready for distribution ... language can be somewhat industrial. This is a lesson learned from the echoing ambience of the Bundesliga stadia and the positive experiment of the Australian NRL who pump a soundtrack through the speakers. Breaking a trade secret I can tell you that

15:38

Opinion

What's the plan?

Mark Nayler

...flexible predictions, public debt could rise from its current level of just under 100% of GDP to around 124% in 2021. Next year could also see the budgetary deficit, which Spain's current government finally brought beneath the EU-imposed ceiling of 3% in

17:39

Sport

Malaga pick up the pace as return draws nearer

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

Luis Hernández. Though these group sessions are still far from normal, the players are now able to move on from a focus on fitness to getting a feel for the ball and working on the chemistry with their teammates. Coach Sergio Pellicer, who is very

15:25

Opinion

Luis from Portugal

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

...prime minister Boris Johnson, nurses Luis and Jenny, who, we learned, are from Portugal and New Zealand, respectively. The British have always been great travellers, just like the Portugese, maybe because of their past as conquerers and colonisers of ... lands across the seas, including the New Zealand of the Maoris. Of these two nurses Luis, the Portuguese, has received the most attention. It is worth bearing in mind that with Brexit in full force, the nurse from a small village near Porto would not ... workers in the EU, something he so vociferously opposed. The same thing applies to his alter ego DonaldTrump, who has had to bow his head and ask for help from foreign doctors and undocumented workers in the fight against Covid-19, those who until just

15:04

Local

Airlines include the Costa del Sol on their new summer schedules

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

...have asked for support from their respective governments to be able to keep operating. Meanwhile Easyjet has announced plans this week to reduce its staff by 30 per cent. The "new normal", when it arrives, is going to be very different to the ... pre-coronavirus situation, with experts from the aviation industry saying that levels of 2019 will not be recovered before 2023. Most airlines will be returning to work this summer with reduced operations, which will be stepped up gradually. Opening of ... Spain's borders to tourists in July could be staggered by region The airline operating the most flights at Malaga Airport before he crisis was Ryanair, which already announced that it would start flying to the Costa del Sol from 1 July. Its operations

16:55

Local

Inspiration from indoors

jennie rhodes / tony bryant

Week four of lockdown in Spain is nearly done with many residents admitting they're surprised how well they're handling not being able to go out. With two more weeks to go (at least) some are finding different ways of filling their time, from ... volunteer team” Sue Wilson Bremain in Spain Bremain in Spain Chair Sue Wilson admits that so far the lockdown has “been rather different” from what she expected. “I had visions of feeling isolated and bored, with too much time on my hands. I started ... morning we women stand on our doorsteps and shout to each other for half an hour.” They ‘meet up’ again at 8pm to join in the evening applause . Tamara has been able to do Zumba from her house thanks to a neighbour and has been “cooking more than

17:03

LifeStyle

The diamond mine that failed to shine

JAVIER ALMELLONES

...chrome-nickel mines in the history of Spain, hardly any information exists about the diamond mining which was carried out here, not even half a century afterwards. Apart from a few documents, the most evident proof that the mine existed is the fact that today ... earlier studies suggest that only diamond dust was taken from there, in sizes less than one millimetre. Also, unlike other diamond mines, the precious stone here was in its natural state with peridotites, which meant that in order to obtain the diamond it ... a great deal of secrecy and extremely strict security at the site. The only data about that operation is from the file on what is known as the 'Teyma concession'. This lack of transparency has even led some to an interesting hypothesis. As Juan

15:20

Local

Cowboy hat gives away alleged card thief in Fuengirola

FERNANDO TORRES / áLVARO fRÍAS

Police in Fuengirola were able to track down a man who allegedly stole various items, including tools and a wallet, from a building site because of his distinctive cowboy hat. Police tracked the use of stolen credit cards and were able to find the

20:47

National

Masks to be compulsory on public transport in Spain from Monday

MIGUEL ÁNGEL ALFONSO / sur

The use of face masks will be compulsory on public transport around Spain from Monday 4 May, the prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, said at a new conference on Saturday. "The government will hand out a total of six million masks at main transport hubs ... Other businesses, such as bookshops, small hardware stores and vehicle repair garages are also authorised to open from Monday but only serving customers by individual appointment. This phase includes hairdressers and physiotherapists, working strictly ... The hours between 10am and 12 noon and from 7 to 8pm are reserved for the over-70s and people who need to be accompanied by carers, while parents can take their children out for walks between 12 noon and 7pm.