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09:03

What to do

Costa entertainers bring a variety of music to your home

Tony Bryant

As part of its 'Salon in your Salon' initiative, The Salon Varietés Theatre in Fuengirola will present a special online show of live music on Friday 24 April (today). Aimed at relieving the boredom of the lockdown, the marathon eight-hour concert t

16:22

Gibraltar

Gibraltar continues to ease the lockdown restrictions

Debbie Bartlett

Monday and from today, Friday 22 May, people are still advised to stay at home but are no longer obliged to do so other than for certain essential purposes. All being well, Phase 3 is due to begin on 1 June, when Gibraltar will formally stand down from

17:57

What to do

The colours of India, Istanbul and Morocco captured on canvas

SUR IN ENGLISH

Closer to home are his works entitled Paraísos y el Jardín de la Concepción de Málaga and one on his hometown of Antequera, El Olivo de las Capuchinas. The exhibition, which coincides with the tenth anniversary of the Sala de Exposiciones in the

17:42

LifeStyle

Cudeca Walkahome raises 11,000 for hospice charity

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Cudeca Walkahome event held on Saturday raised more than 11,000 euros for the hospice foundation. The virtual initiative, brought in this year to replace the annual seafront Walkathon, attracted 1,140 supporters, who all did some form of exerc

15:31

Opinion

'Restaurant' dining while in confinement

ANDREW J. LINN

home, courtesy of a local hostelry. While we would prefer all restaurants to be making enough to survive, don't let them promote the experience as if it were in some way equivalent to eating out. For takeaway customers there is no personal contact, no

15:10

Opinion

Lost connections

Rachel Haynes

...international community as a whole is missing now, which is what is perhaps producing more coronavirus-generated unease than among the population in general. Our connections with the rest of the world, including our home countries, have been lost. It's almost as ... if Covid-19 had eaten its way through the umbilical cord that links us to what was, and maybe for some still is, our home. While we can keep in contact with anyone we like virtually, we have lost that security of knowing that dozens of airports in

02:14

Local

The Finnish exodus from Fuengirola

Ivan Gelibter

Fuengirola is one of the Spanish towns with the most nationalities among its residents, but in Los Pacos you only hear Spanish (and not much) or Finnish spoken. This district is home to the biggest expat community of Finns in the world, even taking ... the same reasons. For those who have stayed, 'La Leona' is a reminder of home. All the products sold in this shop are Finnish and normally it is very busy. Not now, though. Photographer Miia Marjamaki runs this small supermarket and says there has ... at home, and that should be good for food shops, but in our case they just aren't here," she says. Miia believes the reason they feel more comfortable in Finland than in Spain is because of the lockdown conditions. Miia runs a supermarket

20:11

Local

All residents in Marbella care homes to be tested for Covid-19

Héctor Barbotta

Marbella town hall will carry out coronavirus testing in all five of the town's care homes, all of which are private, where there are 361 users and 304 workers. Though no cases have been detected during the pandemic so far, care for the elderly has