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11:33

Local

Preliminary agreement between Aena and unions

LUCÍA PALACIOS

...reportedly at the unions' request, but are expected to be given soon. It is hoped that it will receive definitive approval early next week, at the latest. The unions were demanding 450 new jobs be created at AENA and another 250 at Enaire to compensate for

11:58

LifeStyle

Retirees welcome

JAVIER GUILLENEA

Castellón, Zaragoza, Burgos, Segovia and La Rioja, it could be a lifeline. This region has now become the most depopulated in the European Union. With no chance of finding jobs locally, young people are moving to towns, encouraged by their parents. It's ... jobs,” says the mayor. “It's not much, but every initiative is welcome, if it helps to save the village.” “We can't afford to miss any opportunity,” says Joaquín Juste, the vice-president of the Teruel provincial government. “In this province there are

13:01

Local

Calling a halt to rumours in Casares

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

10 public holidays a year. 5. Foreigners take all the jobs Of the more than 18.5 million people who work in Spain, only one in ten is a foreigner. This doesn't mean that nobody in Casares is allowed to gossip anymore, nor will anyone be banned ... population. These include the belief that the health services are unable to cope because there are so many immigrants; that foreigners receive more in benefits than Spanish nationals; that they take all the jobs, leaving local people out of work, or that

18:07

National

More doctors for Andalucía as 2018 budget increase is announced

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

2018 and the creation of over 80,000 new jobs. Andalucía is the first of Spain's regions to present its autonomous budgets for next year. The Seville-based parliament is expected to debate the figures on 25 October, with final approval coming at the

15:15

Opinion

Eternal blame

Peter Edgerton

...sunshine, the moonlight, the good times and the boogie while she's at it. No, this is a prime example of somebody unable and/or unwilling to accept a harsh truth that so many of us find it difficult to face: we're often really rubbish at our jobs. When was