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13:55

Gibraltar

Gibraltar postage rates to go up next month

SUR

Postage will be more expensive in Gibraltar from 1 June as rates are to be put up for the first time since 2014. Standard local post up to 50g will cost 30 pence, and 60 pence for letters to Spain. An air mail letter weighing less than 20g to

15:04

LifeStyle

'The virus will become less aggressive; it doesn't need to be lethal to survive'

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...more likely that the variants of Covid-19 become less aggressive: "When a virus jumps from one species to another, it normally does so very violently, but then it adapts. It may not seem like it, but viruses are not interested in being lethal; they ... depend on their host to reproduce and survive. In evolutionary terms, they become less virulent as they adapt to new hosts. That's a general rule; there are exceptional cases, of course, but this is what normally happens." The big difference with this

16:11

Sport

Life, not as we know it

Rob Palmer

...billion-euro question. La Liga bosses say it will mean only 300 million euros is lost instead. Completing the season is complex, but far less complex than not completing the season. There have been complaints from some teams around Europe that the season

17:03

LifeStyle

The diamond mine that failed to shine

JAVIER ALMELLONES

...earlier studies suggest that only diamond dust was taken from there, in sizes less than one millimetre. Also, unlike other diamond mines, the precious stone here was in its natural state with peridotites, which meant that in order to obtain the diamond it ... year after Orueta y Duarte's death. It gives minute details of their findings in Los Jarales area, but these were very small, often less than one millimetre. This report was certainly carried out because earlier, in 1889, a German doctor named Knop

17:24

Opinion

Champagne has its moments

ANDREW J. LINN

...nothing to rejoice about, even less so a solitary drinker. Given the choice between selecting a first-rate Spanish wine from one of the great wine regions and drinking the equivalent value in a mediocre champagne, there can be no contest. Which really does

21:14

Local

Malaga and Granada provinces move to Phase Two of lockdown easing

SUR

Health minister, Jesús Aguirre said, “Neither Malaga nor Granada should stay one more day in Phase One.” Last weekend there was disappointment as both provinces once again failed to keep up with the rest of Andalucía as it moved to Phase Two. Less

15:04

National

Opening of Spain's borders to tourists in July could be staggered by region

E. MARTÍNEZ / R. HAYNES / EFE

September in the region. According to Marín, "The international markets are still very active and the airlines are going to start recovering flights in June to return to a position of relative normality in July." Less optimism Many local tourism

13:36

Local

Workers missing out on full furlough entitlement speak out against fraudulent employers

Tony Bryant

(payslip) shows less money than I actually earn," she explained to SUR in English. Sue, a single parent, says she will most likely have to return to work on the 20-hour contract as she has no alternative. "If I refuse to sign the contract then I won't ... less hours than I work. I have been struggling to make ends meet and this is solely because of my employer's failure to comply with the rules: it's disgraceful," he declared. Breaking the law One employer, who has owned a restaurant on the coast

13:59

Local

Doctors perform thyroid surgery using a new and less invasive technique

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

A patient has recently undergone thyroid surgery using a new technique. The successful procedure, which is known as 'transoral thyroidectomy' and is carried out via the mouth, was performed at the HLA El Ángel hospital by Thai surgeon Thanyawat Sasan

13:18

Opinion

Reforming the reforms

Mark Nayler

Spain’s new leftist government has made its first amendment to the controversial labour laws introduced by Mariano Rajoy in 2012. Announced by labour minister Yolanda Díaz this week, the reform will make it less easy for companies to fire workers

14:57

National

Spain is the biggest fan of Black Friday

LUCÍA PALACIOS

...to spend slightly less than the European average on Black Friday discounts, although this is to be expected because average income is lower than in other EU countries. Even so, shoppers in Spain spend an average of 258 euros, which is 14 euros less ... than average. This level of spending is in line with the fact that Spanish consumers are less demanding than other Europeans when deciding to buy a discounted product. About 17 per cent (the highest percentage of consumers in Europe) say they would buy

13:25

Local

2019 was the driest year in Malaga province since records began

IGNACIO LILLO

...in 1942. The total is less than half of the provincial average for a normal year, 534mm (taken from the climatological reference period of 1981 to 2010). Until 2019 the previous driest year had been 1985 with 267mm of rainfall. These statistics

15:27

Local

Greater police presence required as crowds form in busy Malaga district

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

...started to take a less lenient approach with those breaching rules and issued numerous fines for failure to comply, bicycles and electric scooters have now also been banned from the seafront between the Baños del Carmen and El Candado. This will

13:47

Local

Axarquía growers face 25 per cent cut in water from La Viñuela

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...to a severe lack of rainfall in the previous hydraulic year, leaving the reservoir at just 51.5 cubic hectometres; less than a third of its 165.4 cubic hectometre capacity. In real terms this means a cut from 4,000 to 3,000 cubic metres per hectare

18:09

National

Government looks to renew state of alarm for another month

SUR

...which "is aimed at being the last" and would last "more or less a month" rather than the usual two weeks' extension. The exact length, he said, would depend on epidemiological and health criteria, not political motives. In this new extension ... however, has recently seen the parliamentary majority for the emergency measure under the state of alarm fall away and the next renewal is not guaranteed. Oppostion parties on the right still say that the state of alarm should be replaced with less strict

15:39

Opinion

Critical mass

Peter Edgerton

Somehow you manage to resolve 14 of the 25 cubes in the allotted time. A decent effort; only some bad things will happen, then. I'm afraid this scenario is, more or less, what world leaders have been faced with recently - an impossible, thankless task

18:34

National

New coronavirus cases and deaths hit record low in Spain

melchor sáiz-pardo / ángel escalera

...to Malaga province, no new coronavirus-related deaths were announced on Monday. There were only two new cases of Covid-19 diagnosed by PCR test (two less than yesterday), bringing the total to 2,760. Five other cases were diagnosed by quick testing,

20:46

Local

Estepona slide closed after less than 24 hours following reports of bumps and bruises

Charo Márquez

Estepona town hall has closed its new urban slide less than 24 hours after it was opened to the public. The move comes after several users reported suffering scratches and bruising while using the novel short cut joining two of the town's streets. ... Sofía and Calle Eslovaquia. The town hall also created a footpath down the steep embankment for the less daring.

18:07

What to do

Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

Predict A Riot, Everyday I Love You Less and Less, Never Miss A Beat and Hole In My Soul. The band have released seven original studio albums which includes their Mercury nominated debut, Employment , its number 1 follow up, Yours Truly, Angry Mob,

14:34

Sport

Two defeats in less than a week for Malaga women

Marina RIVAS

Malaga CF's women's team failed to deliver a win on Thursday, despite the holiday turnout of around 500 spectators at La Federación ground. The locals were unable to fight back after visitors Athletic Club Bilbao scored twice in the first half hour.

15:02

LifeStyle

Taking business a little less seriously

BEN CLARKE

Fifty entrepreneurs, employees and students based on the Costa del Sol gathered in Malaga last week to share business experiences. There were no success stories, however; the speakers had gone along to share their failures. The event was part of th

15:55

Opinion

Songs sung true

Peter Edgerton

It won't have escaped many people's notice that Liverpool made a remarkable comeback against an over confident Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final this week. It's universally agreed that it was a stunning performance and wholly-deserved vict

12:43

Opinion

More waste, less speed

Peter Edgerton

So much wasted time. These were, purportedly, the last words of 1970's singer and erstwhile heartthrob David Cassidy who died last week. I'm sure I wasn't the only one who thought “Blimey, that would be a pretty fitting epitaph for me too when my num

20:30

National

Brexit campaigners in Spain react to Johnson's prorogation plans

Jennie Rhodes

Spain-based campaigning groups have been reacting to news this week that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has gained approval from the Queen to suspend parliament for up to five weeks in the final lead up to what is currently believed to be Brexit day

11:50

National

More for less

JEREMY BLATCH finance

...very low cost index fund will put the odds of investment success, over time, firmly in their favour, therefore delivering more for less. With interest rates at historic lows, European bonds with negative real yields, historic public deficits and a

21:22

Sport

Which sports am I allowed to do in Phase One?

pedro luis alonso

...changing rooms are not allowed to open and the cleaning of clubs and shoes is not permitted. Later phases When it comes to Phase Two, the regulations are less clear. It is expected that swimming and other yet-to-be-defined “low-risk” sports will be

10:12

Travel

The trail less trekked

Andrew Forbes travel

...fresh, tasty kesra bread to scoop up the appetising homemade food. The afternoon trek is more or less downhill, along a rocky path amongst old juniper and pine trees. Buzzards soar on the thermals overhead, and as we progress deeper into the valley we ... rubbish and plastic wrappers. I wanted to escape this crowded hiking hub and explore the trails less hiked. I had come here to be immersed in nature, and to meet local Berbers – and Toubkal Trekking were happy to oblige, creating an itinerary that visited ... whilst below on dusty terraces, were the men, sitting in a circle, drinking mint tea, smoking and chatting. On the trail less trekked the communities are less familiar with visitors and are more introverted and private. Visitors are not bothered, but

14:46

LifeStyle

Why are cases of mumps increasing?

Ángel Escalera

...rubella). However in the 1990s (particularly between 1993 and 1997) the vaccination that was used on children contained some errors and was less effective at preventing mumps, or parotiditis. The consequence is that young adults today are more likely to get ... The number of mumps cases in Malaga has quadrupled this year The response is related to the fact that the dose of the MMR vaccine that was used on children in the 1990s gave less protection against the infection, since it contained the Rubini strain,

20:44

Local

Costa del Sol moves to Phase One of lockdown easing on Monday

Ángel Escalera

...many tables as before in their usual terrace area and tables must be disinfected between customers. Hotels and self-catering tourist accommodation may open but not their communal areas and facilities. Shops and small businesses covering less than

14:56

Opinion

Cool runnings

Peter Edgerton

...gap and chuckled and giggled their way to wherever it was they were going. Likewise, the young lads, albeit with considerably less giggling and rather more moody staring. Sporadically, during these weeks of confinement, photographs have appeared in