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22:14

Opinion

Getting to the point

Mark Nayler

Predictably, the no-confidence motion brought by Vox against Spain's Socialist-led minority government this week degenerated into name-calling and finger-pointing, in which each side labelled the other as "totalitarian", amongst many other savage epi

14:50

Local

Getting a doctor's appointment this summer has become a real ordeal

Ángel Escalera

...staff as well as users. These problems have lit a red warning light in primary health care. The situation is very difficult and urgent measures are needed to prevent health centres becoming totally overwhelmed and to ensure that getting an appointment

15:08

Local

Huge new Antequera MegaHub logistics park moves a step closer

IGNACIO LILLO

...provide a 22-million-euro bank guarantee that is seen as key to getting the public-private initiative started. MegaHub Andalucía, as it will be known, will be built on over 102 hectares of land next to Bobadilla railway station, in inland Malaga

16:00

Opinion

Six months wasted

Héctor Barbotta

Everything will again depend on the goodwill of the teachers, those who have it, and the efforts of the families. They have had six months to organise getting everyone back in the classroom. They have done nothing.

19:06

LifeStyle

Eyes open till dawn

ROCÍO MENDOZA

Staying awake is a voluntary act, but sleeping isn't. Our brain is in charge of our body and it decides when we can close our eyes and rest. In fact, most people realise that the more we try to force ourselves into 'sleep mode', the more our 'boss' r

11:15

Local

Getting back to business with SUR in English

...pleasures for the first time since lockdown: going for a drink in a bar, or a meal in the local restaurant; shopping for clothes for the summer; visiting the hairdresser and beautician; getting the plumber or builder in to do those jobs you've been meaning

14:37

Gibraltar

New governor gets out and about on the Rock

Debbie Bartlett

The new Governor of Gibraltar, Vice Admiral Sir David Steel, has been busy getting to know the local facilities and meeting residents in the few weeks since taking up his post. This week he made an official visit to the air terminal as part of

20:30

Gibraltar

Gibraltar is getting greener with new trees

Debbie Bartlett

Different areas of Gibraltar have benefited from new trees and plants recently as part of the government's Green Gibraltar initiative. The most recent additions are two Tipuana trees along Rosia Road promenade and almond trees, oleanders and rosem

22:03

Sport

Malaga move into the play-off places with important away win

Daryl Finch

...speculative long ball towards the corner flag before teeing up his striking partner Caye Quintana for the second. The on-loan Cadiz man slid to connect with the cut-back from the right, getting enough purchase on his effort to squeeze it through the keeper’s ... shot past Álvarez from a tight angle. However, the urgency of the situation started to be felt and Zaragoza started to have some luck down their left-hand side. First, Juanjo Narváez whipped a shot just wide of the far post after getting the better of

17:34

Sport

Rafael Nadal to receive Spain's top sporting distinction

R. C.

The list of achievements keeps getting longer for Rafael Nadal. As announced on Tuesday, the government has awarded him the Grand Cross of the Royal Order of Sports Merit. "He has 20 Grand Slams, he won a gold medal at the Olympics both

16:20

Opinion

Amazon gain forest

Peter Edgerton

...still be getting about 216,000 dollars an hour which is even more than London plumbers charge. Surely somebody has to intervene here. It can't be right that a bloke in a dodgy waistcoat can be richer than some nations. Who, though, is going to take

17:58

Opinion

Getting enough water

PETER HARRISON

One of the priorities of space travellers is to discover whether the bodies in outer space have water. Indeed most animal, human and plant life depends on it. Even animals like camels have to take water on board to exist through long periods of droug

16:48

Local

Going round in circles to get a PCR test

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Pressure on hospital beds in this second wave of Covid-19 is a long way off the March peak, so far. At the moment, the real healthcare battleground has switched to local public health centres, where family doctors are getting more frustrated. ... positive, through to getting an appointment for a PCR test, four to 12 days can go by. As the peak viral load happens on the fifth or sixth day after getting infected, this means that by the time the average person is having a test at the moment, the bulk ... circle, as patients who can't get phone appointments turn up in person to stand in a queue to be seen, which in turn stops doctors getting through their list of phone patients for that day. And so the cycle repeats itself the next day. Enrique Gavilán,

16:00

Sport

Back on the court and track... 66 day later

MARINA RIVAS / PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

SportMiraflores: "After so much time without holding a racquet, it's about getting back to your normal level little by little. So far, I've felt good." In the same vein, Mari Carmen Villalba from Estepona also returned to the court on Monday. First, she trained ... noticeable. Now we're starting the technical stuff and getting ready for whatever's left of the season." The feeling was good too for Ladies European Tour golfer Noemí Jiménez, who returned to practice at the Guadalmina course on Monday morning: "It was an

15:48

LifeStyle

Community spirit thrives in the marina

Ash Bolton

...began over a month ago at Alcaidesa marina. But rather than travel to the local supermarket and risk getting infected they voted to get all their goods delivered from local suppliers. The community, which is made up of Brits, Belgians, Germans, ... a Facebook group was set up to help the residents communicate and prevent them from getting lonely - as some live on their own and have been confined to their boat. Deborah Clarke-Topper, 52, who is originally from Yorkshire and lives on a ... catamaran in the marina with her husband and two Spanish waterdogs, set up the Facebook group after noticing that some residents were struggling with isolation and getting hold of basic supplies. She now compiles a shopping list for around 36 people a week,