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18:50

Local

Video | The first driverless bus hits the road in Malaga

IGNACIO LILLO

The first electric-powered and autonomous bus service - that is, without the need for a driver - will begin trials in Malaga this week. For a month, starting from Saturday 20 February, passengers will be able to hop on the service that will serve

10:33

National

Andalucía hopes not to toughen coronavirus restrictions after January 10

EUROPA PRESS

The vice president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juan Marín, has said that he hopes the current measures that are in force in the region against the coronavirus pandemic can continue to be maintained after 10 January and they do not have to be ... extension of opening hours for commercial and hospitality businesses. Marín has said that he hopes the Christmas holidays will not lead to a worsening of the pandemic situation in Andalucía and that the current restrictions will not have to be toughened

14:37

LifeStyle

The 'worst wine in the world' is made in Malaga

JUAN SOTO

The Malaga sommelier, Enrique López, has entered the world of wine through the front door. Accustomed to dealing with and letting himself be carried away by the rankings and the gastronomic guides in order to define the quality of wines, the local bu

12:55

Sport

Ana Peláez begins the season with team win in the United States

marina rivas

...place. All going well, she hopes to turn professional this summer, after her final university season ends. For now, next up for Peláez and South Carolina is the Gamecock Intercollegiate tournament hosted by the University, which begins on 1 March.

13:14

Local

Tourism sector hopes measures will come with an aid package

Pilar Martínez

The Costa del Sol tourism industry hopes that the restrictions introduced on Wednesday by Andalusian president Juanma Moreno will come with an aid package for businesses. The president of the Costa del Sol hoteliers association (Aehcos), Luis ... Callejón Suñé, said that businesses were "running out of oxygen". The fact that half of Andalusians cannot leave their towns and that the region has closed its doors to the rest of the country until 9 November has put paid to any hopes of business this