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11:21

Gibraltar

Fans flock to see stars at Gibraltar music festival

Ash Bolton

...fantastic staff running this stand. "We are aware there were issues with access to the Classic Stage and we would like to extend a sincere apology to all those who were disappointed with access." "However, due to the structure of the sports hall where

13:03

Education

Opticians recommend eye tests as part of back-to-school routine for children

SUR IN ENGLISH

...long-sightedness, short-sightedness, or astigmatism", Francisco Jurado from Specsavers Ópticas warns parents of the issue of misdiagnosis, explaining that many children are labelled with "learning difficulties simply because of their poor vision". Alarming ... statistics from charity ONCE suggest that one in every four children suffers from an undetected problem with their vision which could have a resultant effect on their development at school. The sooner such issues are detected, the better the outcome.

10:26

Local

Parking fines reach their peak on the Costa del Sol

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

With the busiest period of the year on the Costa del Sol now behind us, drivers will have noticed some traffic relief this September. In the summer months the population of some resorts triples as tourists flood in. Of course this has an immediate im

12:35

Local

Mijas cracks down on unofficial tourist guides

Ivan Gelibter

...clear and genuine information to enhance their experience. The Junta de Andalucía issues officially registered tourist guides with identity cards, and from now on the police will be checking whether people who are guiding visitors possess such a card.

11:49

Gibraltar

Meetings with Tory top brass raise the profile of Gibraltar issues

DARYL FINCH

Gibraltar's chief minister, Fabian Picardo, and his deputy, Dr Joseph Garcia, have been in London this week in an attempt to raise the profile of Gibraltar issues among the Conservative party top brass. A meeting on Wednesday with current UK ... Garcia and the Attorney General Michael Llamas. The discussion centred around the Grace 1 tanker and Brexit issues. Picardo also thanked May for her support for Gibraltar during her time in office. The meeting with Jeremy Hunt the following day also

14:44

National

New UK Ambassador meets with pro-EU groups

SUR

The new British Ambassador to Spain, Hugh Elliott, met last week with members of three pro-EU groups of UK nationals in Spain: Bremain in Spain, Brexpats Hear our Voice and EuroCitizens. They discussed the issues affecting British residents in Spain ... British Ambassador to Spain. We have had frank conversations and I have learned a lot about what matters to our citizens living here, and how people feel. I and my team will continue to work hard to address any outstanding issues." Sue Wilson, Chair of

13:17

LifeStyle

New book reveals life-changing advice about mental health issues

Tony Bryant

David knew Kemp's experience, methods and message had to be shared. He was seeing a growing number of people struggling with various metal health issues, such as addiction, depression and anxiety, but he realised that a vast number of the books being ... read by these people concentrated merely on coping or surviving with their mental health issues, but none offered any real solution. "Every time I came away from chatting with Wayne I'd be thinking, 'Wow! This really needs to be out there to help ... issues that when they feel pain, whether physical or emotional, it is a message for them to change - to stop doing something or to do something differently. "We did the interviews and wrote the book mostly in Andalucía. I have no doubt that Wayne Kemp

14:08

Opinion

First things first

Mark Nayler

...ago. Sánchez's EU ambitions are understandable, even though they should take second place to more localised issues. For a country that now has one of the most rapidly growing economies in the eurozone, and which has been one of the most progressive in