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16:11

Sport

Life, not as we know it

Rob Palmer

...respectful distance. However, when there was a slight issue with the microphone the technician grabbed it and immediately started shouting "one, two, one two...". He was horrified when he realised that his old habit was potentially health-harming. So,

14:59

Opinion

One hit wonder

Mark Nayler

One of the most pressing questions for Spain now, as it has been all along, is whether its Socialist government should devolve some responsibilities to the regions in dealing with the effects of Covid-19. This issue was flagged by Gabriel Rufián of

18:42

Gibraltar

Jack's Law to apply to all parents whose child dies

Debbie Bartlett

...that the suffering is the same, whether the 'child' is 17 or 37. As a result, Jack’s Law (in memory of Jack Herd whose mother Lucy campaigned tirelessly on the issue) will apply from April to any working parents, no matter the age of their lost

19:23

Opinion

Intu the storm

PETER SANDERSON

...emergency cash by means of a rights issue. Unfortunately the bombed-out share price is not propitious for a rights issue since the price offered to existing shareholders and those underwriting the issue has to be at a discount in order to make it attractive, ... and the current share price leaves little room for manoeuvre. It remains to be seen whether the three biggest shareholders who speak for 50% of the share capital will in the end support the rights issue. A muted reaction could mean that the fate of

16:06

Sport

A balancing act

Rob Palmer a look at laliga

...over in November 2015. Back then they were teetering just above the relegation zone in 16th place. The team had lost its identity. I spoke with David Moyes frequently during his time in San Sebastián and grew to appreciate his issues. There was one

17:32

Gibraltar

Government insists no cause for alarm after tiger mosquitos detected

Debbie Bartlett

The public health authority and environmental agency have confirmed that the so-called tiger mosquito, aedes albopictus, has been detected in Gibraltar, but say there is no cause for alarm because the viral diseases which can be transmitted by these

14:16

Opinion

Forget about it

Mark Nayler

...urged his supporters to do at meeting of the PP's national committee this week. The problem with the party's economic argument, though, is that it is not powerful enough to divert attention away from the Catalonia issue. At its heart are two misleading ... normal. If I were Rajoy's PR adviser (and I hope he has one), I'd tell him to come up with something else if he wants people to forget about the Catalonia issue.

15:27

Gibraltar

Britain's former attorney general on fact-finding tour of Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

...updated on Brexit issues by deputy chief minister Dr Joseph García, who holds the Brexit portfolio in Gibraltar. Garcia also showed him round the airport and took him to the border, so he could gain a closer understanding of issues affecting Gibraltar. ... aviation in the European Union, and discussed border issues with the new minister of state for Immigration, Brandon Lewis. Garcia explained the importance of a frictionless frontier to Gibraltar post-Brexit and highlighted that this was significant in ... for Europe, Khalid Mahmood, on the challenges that Gibraltar faces as it prepares to leave the European Union together with the United Kingdom. He again went over the border issues and outlined the importance of access to the UK market, among other

16:57

Opinion

With good reason?

Mark Nayler

...caused by the virus, which so far hasn't happened. Shutting down all businesses deemed "non-essential" is likely to aggravate the economic damage already caused by three weeks of restricted movement (I don't have space here to delve into the issue of ... combating viruses are all issues that require balanced and rational discussion.

17:57

Opinion

Grant application

Mark Nayler

...to be discussed at an EU video summit held on Thursday, is that Brussels issue debt-financed grants, rather than loans, to help its members deal with the economic effects of C19, which some experts predict could be up to €1.5 trillion across the bloc

14:25

Local

Costa mayors support the lifting of AP-7 road toll when A-7 is congested

Ivan Gelibter Malaga

...change. The mayor of Mijas, Juan Carlos Maldonado, has also demonstrated his support by putting the issue forward in parliament, requesting a general decrease in the AP-7 road toll, regardless of how congested the A-7 is. For Costa del Sol residents this

18:29

Local

'Piercing' the Porcupine sees again

Ignacio LIllo Malaga

He's called Piercing, he's a porcupine at Bioparc Fuengirola and he's become the first of his species to have a cataract operation, a visual problem which limits mobility and is also suffered by humans. He can now see clearly again and has returned t

16:16

Sport

Discussions continue over temporary salary reduction for Malaga players

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...spectacularly over-optimistic) between La Liga and the Spanish Football Federation over when competition can resume, but also the wait for a collective decision from the AFE, the footballers' association which never came. Expiring contracts Another issue

19:13

National

Spanish agricultural workers to continue protests over prices

SUR

...the issues lies in Brussels and the EU's Common Agricultural Policy. Mariano Íñigo, a business school marketing professor, said: "A lot of production is running at a deficit and doesn't make a loss due to the subsidies." He suggested that structural