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14:18

Opinion

Layers of the Covid cake

Mark Nayler

human fallout from both of those combined and each separately. The prevailing view seems to be that there is no real distinction to be made here, from which it follows that the panicked, punitive response to the virus employed in Spain is not just the

13:33

Local

Local animal charities devastated by aftermath of storm Filomina

Tony Bryant

Storm Filomina played havoc on the Costa del Sol over the weekend and, along with damage and human casualties, many of the area's animal charities were severely affected. Urgent appeals were put out by local organisations requesting help with

14:20

Opinion

Cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin: folly or future?

JEREMY BLATCH (jb@ehh.gi)

...the G20 is to protect the consumer against fraud, global terrorism, illegal arms sales, human trafficking and narco-trafficking. However, US regulators, in consultation with the G20, are deliberately dragging their feet and not producing any clarity in

18:42

Local

'Anyone who thinks an animal is like a human being is very much mistaken'

IGNACIO LILLO

...risks to human health in the food chain and detecting the illnesses called zoonosis which can be passed from animals to people. There is a lot about our work that people aren't aware of. Now we want it to be better-known, for society to be aware of it so ... they see vets as defenders of human health, as the first barrier to stop illnesses like the coronavirus occurring. Vets are used to dealing with epidemics. Some regions, such as Andalucía, have vets on their committees of experts but the Spanish ... them. But let's not get confused about this: an animal does not have the same needs as a human. If you think it does, you should be aware that you are mistaken. Animals have different needs because of their own physiology. People who treat animals like

16:24

Local

ProDunas announces campaign to boost native species on the coast

Héctor Barbotta

...organisation which helps to train those with disabilities for the labour market. This activity is necessary, ProDunas says, because some plantlife is struggling in areas where there is large human presence as well as aggressive invasive species. On the other

14:00

Local

Human remains found at what may be the first dolmen of Antequera

ANTONIO J. GUERRERO

...believes it will reveal important information and that there are many remains beneath the ground in the area around the rock. The present excavations have revealed two human skulls so far and stones which had been cut by hand, on the north side of the rock.

09:59

Opinion

Cryptocurrencies and Bitcoin: folly or the future?

Jeremy Blatch

...the G20 is to protect the consumer against fraud, global terrorism, illegal arms sales, human trafficking and narco-trafficking. However, US regulators, in consultation with the G20, are deliberately dragging their feet and not producing any clarity in

12:09

Local

Can vaccination end the virus? 'Maybe in time, but we must not drop our guard'

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

...linked: research in Biophysics and Molecular Biology of the nervous system in transgenic experimental models of human illnesses; developing direct non-invasive methods for the study of the functioning of the nervous system through magnetic resonance; ... some others, and I have seen several of these every day in recent weeks. When will the brain stop being the least-known part of the human body? When we can study many or all cerebral cells simultaneously, because they act in a coordinated manner ... are not sharing a ward, making friends should always be a matter of choice. When the human race began to walk on two legs instead of four, they stopped sharing food, toilet facilities and clothing. Malaga is still an important part in your life.

14:24

Opinion

Planet in advance

Peter Edgerton

...rains molten iron out there, which would almost certainly mean the local supermarkets couldn't get away with selling those little three-euro umbrellas when the weather turns bad. It really is amazing what human beings are capable of - at both ends of

14:57

Opinion

Muffin, the dog who loves to travel

PETER HARRISON

...was warmly welcomed. What a varied life Muffin had and he adjusted beautifully, largely due to the considerable care given by Tony and I like to think a bit of attention from me. Pets, with human assistance, can adapt.

11:47

Local

Human skeletons found in La Cala de Mijas ditch

Juan cano / álvaro frías

The skeletal remains of what appear to be a man and woman were discovered by a foreign resident in a ditch along the Entrerríos road last week. The bones were transferred to the forensic laboratory in Malaga, where a police and scientific investig

17:40

What to do

Music, theatre, dance and lectures around the province

denise bush

Gonzalez. 11 January, 7pmTeatro Echegaray. Woody Allen special. Woody Allen, possibly the director who has best reflected contemporary relations and the Western human condition. New meaning is given to his poetics, legacy and cultural echo. New York,

15:25

Opinion

Luis from Portugal

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

...often, especially in the press. There are many human stories being told about the pandemic, and I take a special interest in those that serve as a lesson in life and arise out of paradoxes. For example, the "angels" that "saved the life" of British

17:58

Opinion

The human factor

A. J. LINN

...costs by eliminating the human factor. If you pay for your purchases using your smartphone, or prefer buying online, no interaction with any other person is required. It will be possible to live like a hermit. There are many suppliers of

15:56

Opinion

Where's the sensitivity?

JOSÉ MIGUEL AGUILAR

...daily scenes that find no frame, or place on the postcards that form the album of our memories. These scenes bring us back down to earth with a bump. We are losing sensitivity, an element of cohesion for the human race; and we mustn't forget that this

11:00

National

Brexpats accuses Theresa May of denying basic human rights

Tony Bryant

...denied us a basic human right". "Not mentioning us in her statement on Friday has just proven to us how little she actually cares. Our patience is running very thin. Theresa May's announcement was the straw that broke the camel's back, and just

14:55

Local

Human remains thought to date from Islamic era unearthed during works

SUR IN ENGLISH

Human remains thought to be at least 500 years old have been found in Almuñécar's old town, during work to improve the electricity supply in the area. According to Almuñécar town hall's archaeologist, Elena Navas, the remains are possibly those of ... Muslims dating back to the 11th- century Ziri dynasty and certainly predate the Encarnación church, which is where the bones were discovered. " The human remains present the characteristics of a Muslim burial ritual, as the bodies are on their right side