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17:37

LifeStyle

A space for creative expression in a former olive mill

Jennie Rhodes

lockdown in spring 2020. "I talked about the idea of finding a space for us but everything seemed impossible," he explains. While he admits he had the original idea, he "soon had a lot of support" from other members of the association. In summer last ... and they were still working when the second lockdown came in autumn. The artist admits that "inertia had set in by that point" and that everyone involved was "less motivated" than in the first lockdown. However, a boost came when in December the

20:29

LifeStyle

The art of improvisation in lockdown

Jennie Rhodes

When the first lockdown in March last year was announced and Robert Lawson had to all but give up teaching English in Malaga, he turned to his lifelong passion of music to help get him through. However, not satisfied with just picking up the

12:50

National

No coronavirus 'baby boom' nine months after lockdown

NURIA TRIGUERO

Much has been made about the possibility of a 'baby boom' resulting from coronavirus confinement measures with people being forced to spend a lot of time at home and with little to do. However, nothing could be further from reality as statistical d

13:24

Opinion

Sex or sherry?

ANDREW J. LINN

...selecting later from whichever wine store we favour. Champagne kicked off badly. With few things to celebrate it has been hard to find an excuse for opening a bottle, but the more the lockdown continued the more champagne sales have gone from the doldrums

12:40

Local

The link between Covid-19 and tinnitus

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...tinnitus could be exacerbated. However, the study did show that in 54% of people there was no change in their tinnitus. A further impact of the pandemic (more so of the lockdown), was a significant effect on sleep and sleep patterns. 67% described lower