...jobs increased by 21,000, but jobs in agriculture were down 55,000.
There was good news as well over the level of full-time contracts. These increased by 380,200 people from July to September while the number of part-time contracts dropped by 144,300.
...part of town were now uninhabitable.
Both the Valencia regional government and national government have continued to extend the level of support being offered to affected areas in this eastern region of the country over the week.
Agriculture is one
The Guadalhorce reservoirs, which supply most of Malaga city's water, have begun the new hydrological year (1 October 2017 to 30 September 2018) below the level at which a drought can officially be declared: 128 cubic hectometres. Meanwhile La ... inland reservoirs are currently at the 117 hm3 level. To be specific, the Guadalhorce reservoir contains about 55 hm3 of water; the Conde del Guadalhorce 24 and Guadalteba 38.
There is an additional problem: the water quality diminishes as the levels
High temperatures and a relative humidity that at certain times has fallen below 45 per cent are just two of the factors which have forced Aemet, the state meteorological agency, to increase its official risk level of forest fires to “extreme” ... across many parts of the country.
Malaga province was placed at this level on Monday, as well as several others in the south-east and north of the peninsular, coinciding with a fire that that was declared in the Maqueda area, close to Campanillas at
Following the attack in Manchester, the Spanish authorities didn’t feel it was necessary to raise the terror- threat level, which is currently on four out of a possible five.
An increase would only occur in the event of an “imminent attack” which
Manilva can now boast the title of the municipality with the lowest rate of unemployment on the Costa del Sol, with 16.02% of the population out of work.
It was the town with a population of between 10,000 and 40,000 people with the lowest number
...of education gradually reduced the rates, but even today, 581,600 in Spain, 1.25% of the total population, do not know how to read or write, according to the report on population over 16 years old by level of education, published by the National ... Statistics Institute (INE).
The number of illiterate people decreases year by year in Spain, mainly because the elderly, the demographic with the lowest level of education, are dying. Five years ago, 745,100 people were illiterate in ... years ago when I joined the EPA [adult education centre], most of the students had a lower level than secondary education (ESO). They were women of retirement age, over 60, and came from fairly humble backgrounds," says Belén Soroa, an ESO teacher at an
It's the height of summer in Sotogrande, the setting once again for the area's International Polo Tournament, this year celebrating its 47th edition. The landscape is comprised of two colours; blue, for the rich cloudless sky, and green for the lush
...least until 2023
Scheme organisers are currently hearing initial feedback from groups that are potentially interested before a launch of bidding later this month. A minimum grant level of 90,000 pounds is anticipated, the Foreign Office said. A
There may be a continual increase in urban traffic, but Malaga province still has the lowest level of environmental pollution in Andalucía and one of the lowest in Spain, according to statistics for 2015 which have been issued recently by the Junta ... considered the biggest problem of atmospheric contamination in this area, and these are mainly caused by the African 'calima'. The highest permitted level is 50 micrometres per cubic metre, but in this area it reaches 55 on some days. However, the official ... directly related to exhaust fumes from vehicles. In Malaga the maximum permitted level is only exceeded occasionally, on no more than three days a year. The legal limit is measured every eight hours, on average. However, its presence is often close to the