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11:20

LifeStyle

Don’t panic. Ask a mechanic

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...you back on the road. Over 3 million people trust Línea Directa for total peace-of-mind. They have been providing specialist car insurance for British expatriates for over 20 years. A leading insurance company dedicated to keeping motorists on the

10:34

Local

The virus that spreads poverty

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...one day at a time, concern about their mortgage is keeping them awake at night. "We still have a lot to pay off and we don't have any savings". Social assistance The Spanish Red Cross, Cruz Roja, is now helping three times as many people as

16:11

LifeStyle

Keeping hypochondria at bay during a global pandemic

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...ask for professional help. They also advise keeping in regular contact with others, and planning things to do for every day. For those who live with children, remember that they do not have the same resources as adults, so you should give them

17:29

Local

Keeping spirits up, at a safe distance

R. APARICIO / E. REQUENA / F. GUTIÉRREZ

Applause at 8pm for health workers during this global pandemic is now a regular occurrence across the nation. But some communities are taking it one step further and are making good use of their only connection to their outdoor world: their balconies

15:25

Opinion

Keeping everyone happy

Mark Nayler

This week saw Spain's economy minister Nadia Calviño trying to reassure investors and executives, many of whom are concerned about her Socialist party's power-sharing arrangement with anti-establishment Podemos. In an interview with the Financial Tim

13:21

National

Masks are now compulsory in Spain during the state of alarm

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

...open areas where keeping a distance of two metres is not possible. The new rule is in addition to the obligation to wear a mask on public transport already in force. The ruling allows "any type of mask that covers mouth and nose, but preferably the ... runners and cyclists, even though they pass through areas where keeping a distance is impossible. Neither are people expected to wear a mask if eating or drinking in a bar or restaurant. Use in a vehicle is only required if with people outside your

19:09

Opinion

Keeping them warm

ERNY HARRISON

When I am writing this article the sun is shining bright and it looks and feels more like spring than winter. But the nights are cold and we have to take measures to make sure our pets are kept warm... warm but not excessively so. Owners are oft

15:57

Sport

Malaga to make 50 staff redundant in further bid to balance the books

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...the process. There is a possibility that the figure of 50 redundancies could eventually be reduced. This measure has been set in motion by the judicial administrator of the club, José María Muñoz, who is tasked with keeping the club solvent and

01:15

Sport

Sergio Pellicer: "Both sides took it in turns to control the game"

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

Malaga head coach Sergio Pellicer acknowledged following Friday's match that a share of the points was a "fair" reflection on the game, during his post-match press conference. "The most important thing is that the team were able to overcome adversi

21:21

National

Government makes face masks compulsory in places where social distancing is impossible

MELCHOR SÁIZ-pARDO

...masks compulsory in closed public spaces as well as in open areas where keeping a distance of two metres is impossible. This is in addition to the obligation to wear a mask on public transport already in force. The ruling allows "any type of mask ... areas where keeping a distance is impossible. Illa said on Tuesday that the authorities would not be giving out free supplies of masks and it would be up to the general public to provide their own. A maximum price of 96 cents was fixed in April for