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16:07

Local

Money and care

Revd Adrian Low

...change. It failed when, in 2008, the US banks foolishly speculated on unpayable mortgage debts. The media reported that recession caused 10,000 more suicides, 20 million lost jobs and, amazingly, half a million more cancer deaths. All in the name of money.

10:38

Local

La Antigua chiringuito in Estepona demolished

charo Márquez estepona

...a green zone. The employees showed their indignation and incomprehension at how their livelihood was being crushed by the machinery. Daniel Romero, the chiringuito’s manager, said. “They’re taking our lives away, not our jobs, because there are ... more jobs, but none like this one.” The employees’ complaints were aimed mainly at the mayor of Estepona, José María García Urbano. “Muchas gracias, señor alcalde,” (thank you, Mr Mayor) were the words chalked on a blackboard pinned to one of the

14:41

LifeStyle

A product which is helping men with urinarary incontinence

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ vélez-malaga

...whom were working for the Junta de Andalucía in Malaga, have decided to dedicate themselves full-time to selling the product. “It is working very well. For a time we combined this with our other jobs, but at the end of last year we decied to concentrate

16:04

Opinion

A break from reality

Mark Nayler

...economic problems. One reason for this is that, although such busy tourism seasons provide hundreds of thousands of jobs (especially here on the Costa del Sol), these positions only last for the holiday season; and because joblessness rates fall during

16:53

Opinion

The magic number

Mark Nayler

...with the country’s unemployment problem by creating 500,000 new jobs a year. Most of these new positions are contracts for just a few days or weeks of work, though, so their creation leads to more, not less, instability in the labour market. Yet it’s