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23:24

Sport

Malaga make life difficult for themselves with two games left to go

henry flynn

Malaga's euphoria was short-lived. After a big win against Deportivo last Wednesday, a limp 2-1 defeat against Sporting Gijón in Asturias on Monday night has invited the pressure back on for the final two fixtures of the season as the side fights to

14:37

Sport

Fernando Alonso to make F1 return after re-signing with Renault

DAVID SÁNCHEZ DE CASTRO

Two-time world Formula One champion Fernando Alonso will return to the sport at the age of 39, it was announced on Wednesday. Alonso has re-signed with Renault, the team with which he triumphed in 2005 and 2006, after quitting the sport at the end

14:47

Sport

Alejandro Davidovich to make comeback on 1 July

efe

Having not competed since February, local tennis star Alejandro Davidovich plans to make his comeback on 1 July in the 25th anniversary tournament of the Academia Equelite de Villena in Alicante, sponsored by Juan Carlos Ferrero. The competition

15:30

Local

Local authorities make concessions to help local businesses

sur

Some local councils, such as Malaga, Marbella, Vélez-Málaga and Nerja, among others, have said that they will authorise bars to occupy more space than usual if possible. Coín and Antequera are among the local authorities that have said they will cl

15:25

Local

The province's main boulevards make way for pedestrians

IGNACIO LILLO

...cyclists is not only good for personal health but also biodiversity. Enrique San Miguel, president of Ametmos (the Malaga association for sustainable tourism) agrees and says: "With fewer cars on the roads, now is the perfect time to make changes." For

14:23

Local

Residents and tourists get used to new face mask regulations in Andalucía

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA / JUAN SOTO

The Andalusian government's order to make the use of face masks mandatory in all indoor and outdoor public spaces around the region came into force on Wednesday. FACE MASK EXCEPTIONS Beaches and pools. Masks do not have to be worn when in the ... behavioural disorders make them unviable. The rule applies regardless of whether a distance of a metre and a half can be maintained, which was the condition previously established by the central government. The penalty for failing to comply is a fine of 100

19:11

Opinion

Myths and legends

ANDREW J. LINN

...arise because here we tend to speak in louder tones than other Europeans to make ourselves heard above the clatter of plates, and, in many places, other customers. The Irish, though, appear to have no problem with this. Once in a Dublin restaurant with

15:57

Sport

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

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

As was expected, Malaga CF has announced that it will be starting a mass redundancy plan, in order to lay off around 50 workers as it attempts to balance the books with the added complications posed by the coronavirus pandemic. The official announcem

12:07

LifeStyle

The many myths about hair and how to care for it

CARMEN BARREIRO

If you're one of the people who have always thought that if you cut your hair it will make it grow faster, you're mistaken. "That's just one of many myths there are about hair. Like if you wash it every day more of it falls out, or if you shave your ... cut it we have the false sensation of it being thicker, but it isn't. As it grows, it becomes finer again," says David Saceda, who is also a dermatologist. In fact, many people shave their heads because they believe it will make the hair grow back ... it's March, June or December. Nor does the colour or type of hair make any difference. "Everyone's hair grows at the same speed, but what happens is that curly hair always seems slower precisely because it curls up as it grows and looks shorter,"