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12:35

Sport

Alejandro Davidovich, the highest ranked Malaga tennis player ever

pedro luis alonso

Alejandro Davidovich is a force of nature. In what is the high point of his career so far, he rose to 70th in the latest ATPrankings published on Monday - the highest ever for a player from Malaga (the previous best was Emilio Álvarez who ranked

18:17

Gibraltar

Gibraltar retains place in second-highest tax transparency category

Debbie Bartlett

Once again Gibraltar has achieved the second-highest OECD rating of 'largely compliant' in the latest Peer Review of tax information exchange carried out by a team of OECD Global Forum expert assessors. This places Gibraltar on the same level as the

16:49

National

Spain becomes first country in Europe to reach half a million reported coronavirus infections

javier varela / ángel escalera

...rate of infection per 100,000 inhabitants in the last fourteen days is the highest in Europe at 216.8, more than double the number of France (98.2) which comes in second place. In Italy, this number is currently 28.7; 30.8 in the United Kingdom; and ... areas continue to produce the highest number of new infections: the Community of Madrid has 670 more cases and the Basque Country 475. Also noteworthy are the figures for Andalucía, with 250 new infections, and Aragón, with 224. In Catalonia, however, ... taking the provincial total up to 303 deaths since the start of the pandemic. This makes Malaga the province with the highest Covid-related death rate, closely followed by Granada with 302 and Seville (300). The person who died was one of those affected

19:39

LifeStyle

Gruelling challenge helps ensure that children with a rare disease can study at home

Tony Bryant

...the dedicated Belgian athlete completed the challenge to reach the peaks of eight of Malaga's highest mountains in as many days. These included Los Reales, El Grajo, Ciclo, Chamizo, Lucero, Navachica and Torrecilla. Jennifer, who now lives in Malaga ... was accompanied by a group of runners from several provinces of Spain for the final challenge at La Maroma, the highest peak in the Sierra Tejeda (Axarquía). The objective of the challenge, held between 1 and 8 August, was to raise money to adapt

16:40

Local

Coronavirus hospital admissions double in the space of a week in Malaga province

Ivan Gelibter

...according to data from the regional Ministry of Health. This is the second highest number since lockdown was eased and the second time in three days that the 500-case mark has been surpassed (534 on Saturday). These figures are similar to those seen at the ... end of March and the beginning of April, although at that time only severe cases were tested and pressure on hospitals was much higher. As for the increase in cases per province, once again the province with the highest number of positives was

15:50

National

Coronavirus cases continue to rise in Spain, but spread is showing signs of slowing

JAVIER VARELa

...showing signs of slowing. While large cities and their metropolitan areas continue to produce the highest number of new infections, it is hoped that new measures that have been taken, especially in the Madrid and Aragón regions, as well as localised ... lockdowns across the country, are having an effect. That said, the rate of infection per 100,000 inhabitants in Spain in the last fourteen days remained by far the highest in Europe on Thursday at 263.2, almost double the number of France (135.1) which

17:21

Local

Costa water consumption per person is the highest in all Andalucía

Héctor Barbotta

The average water consumption per person on the Costa del Sol is ten times the regional average, according to a report published by the Accounting Chamber of Andalucía. The study, though published last week, refers to 2015 and shows the average on