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18:43

Local

The province's most popular beaches can only be half-filled this summer

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

The busiest and most popular beaches in Malaga province will see their capacity reduced by almost half this summer as a result of the pandemic. Beaches are allowed to open during Phase Two of the lockdown easing plan, a milestone that Malaga provin

17:26

Local

Solutions sought as respect for lockdown rules starts to wane

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ / IGNACIO LILLO

...who arrange to exercise together instead of following the instructions to keep well away from anyone else. Nor are these the only ones. There are bars where groups of friends meet up for drinks, people who take advantage of being allowed to walk ... council to take measures to keep people separate, set up one-way systems for walking and cycling and prevent crowding. The PSOE spokesman at the city hall, Daniel Pérez, agrees. "We need people to behave responsibly; we can't all go out to the same

17:08

What to do

How will coronavirus change visits to museums and art centres?

Antonio Javier López

...of tickets available and warns that the public, "including those waiting to enter the museum", must keep a security distance of two metres. "For this purpose, taped markers must be placed on the floor to mark this distance in access and waiting

15:31

Opinion

'Restaurant' dining while in confinement

ANDREW J. LINN

...table. This is all part of the experience. While it is understandable that restaurants currently prevented from welcoming customers through their doors need to keep the money coming in, I have yet to hear about a successful fine dining experience at

17:17

LifeStyle

Keep your brain in shape now, avoid problems in the future

RAQUEL MERINO

"The brain is one of the most important organs in our body, but if we want it to work correctly we need to look after it," said Dr Juan Carlos Portilla, a spokesman for the Spanish Neurology Society. He explained that "unlike other organs when they h

15:23

Local

Hugs to keep fear at bay in the ICU

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

After another brutal working day, a sense of humour is the only escape valve for the staff at the Intensive Care unit (ICU) at the Virgen de la Victoria university hospital in Malaga. "We've done seven things wrong," admits María José, referring to t

19:49

LifeStyle

How to keep homes clean and tidy during the lockdown

SUR IN ENGLISH

...other people which may include young children, elderly relatives, patients at risk and even pets. This means we have more contact than usual, but we also need to keep our homes clean and tidy to make sure they are comfortable and, above all, safer. ... Numerous questions spring to mind. Is it safe to keep our shoes on indoors? Should we be wearing gloves and masks at home? How often should we change the towels? What about washing our clothes? Are there specific products which guarantee disinfection of ... Apart from the advice given here, he says the best thing is to keep homes clean and tidy in general. That way, they will be more pleasant and more comfortable spaces for people to share the space, and that is pretty important.

18:19

Local

New technologies allow students to keep learning during the lockdown

Jennie Rhodes

...exercises for their students in an attempt to keep up with the curriculum and some are even providing online classes thanks to video conferencing facilities like Skype and Zoom. Joanne Murray, a secondary school English teacher in Malaga said, "Education

16:04

Local

From book clubs to weddings, events go online in the crisis

Jennie Rhodes

Thomas, explained to SUR in English that the Chaplaincy holds services via Zoom every Sunday at midday and on Wednesday mornings at 9.30. "We will keep to this timetable until the end of the coronavirus epidemic, when we can return once again to our usual ... Saturday's celebration "was very emotional". Nerja councillors, like many others in Spain, have also been holding town hall meetings online in order to keep things running during the lockdown. The 2020 budget, which was approved provisionally in February,

12:28

Sport

Regino out of World Cup in last-16 phase

marina rivas

Nerja snowboarder Regino Hernández crashed out of the World Cup in the last-16 phase on Saturday. Having been blighted by injury during the last three months and suffering a fall, Hernández struggled to keep up with the pace set and finished third

16:47

LifeStyle

Smiles reach across solitude

Alekk M. Saanders / jennie rhodes

Week three of the coronavirus lockdown is nearly over and most residents on the Costa del Sol are probably amazed at their ability to keep their spirits up even when they're not allowed to leave the house. Some are busier than ever and others have ... extensive work to keep the many plants he has in the garden in top condition for when the lockdown ends and visitors can return. He says, "I'm in the ideal lockdown place. I've just sown hundreds of vegetable seeds, just in case, and I'm now planting more ... lockdown time.” “In Sweden we have learned how to keep ourselves entertained” Sune Svensson. Pensioner Sune Svensson. Swedish pensioner Sune Svensson says that the climate in his home country means that people stay at home most of the time, so this

13:30

National

Fresh rulings on Catalan politicians keep separatism at centre stage

SUR

The fate of Catalan separatist politicians continued to heavily feature in the national political debate this week. Last week the Junta Electoral (electoral commission) said that Quim Torra, Catalan president, had to stop being a regional MP after

15:04

Local

Airlines include the Costa del Sol on their new summer schedules

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

...have asked for support from their respective governments to be able to keep operating. Meanwhile Easyjet has announced plans this week to reduce its staff by 30 per cent. The "new normal", when it arrives, is going to be very different to the ... would be around 40% fewer than originally planned, but the airline has opted to keep as many different routes open as possible and reduce frequency. This summer Ryanair has said it will be operated some 1,000 flights a day around Europe, where pre-crisis