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18:53

LifeStyle

The reasons our hair falls out more in the autumn

SUR

...be twice as many. Although this may seem rather alarming when it happens, dermatologists say it is actually a normal process where the hair falls out because a new one is growing underneath. It is a fact, though, that this happens to a greater ... hair will be replaced within three or four months, many women try to counteract the problem by using special products or dietary supplements. In the case of shampoos, the experts recommend the ones that aim to stimulate the growth of new hair. They

14:21

LifeStyle

British author publishes new book about the life of George Langworthy

Tony Bryant

...sail from Victorian Manchester to Gibraltar on 21 November 1903 in order to start a new life in Spain. Today, his story is known to many people along the Costa del Sol, although primarily for being a generous Englishman who gave away his fortune, and

20:17

LifeStyle

The rebirth of the Iberian lynx

CECILIA CUERDO

The Iberian lynx is slowly coming out of the ICU in which it has been for nearly two decades. The efforts of ecologists and the public authorities to rescue this species, which was in danger of extinction, are continuing to bear fruit: the lynx popul

15:59

Sport

'I feel this is my place in the world; I enjoy country life'

OSKAR BELATEGUI

...former freestyle wrestler has traded competing around the globe for a more tranquil life on her family farm in the Basque village of Olaeta. What time did you get up today? Quarter to six. First I milked the sheep and then I made cheese. How many ... You've donated your 2008 Beijing jersey to support the health workers. It's just a little gesture. Unlike so many others we've not been locked down; the sheep still have to be taken out every day. We've had to adapt, though. The fairs have disappeared,

17:44

Opinion

Different laws, different customs

ANDREW J. LINN

...attitude is due to the fact that Spaniards, unlike many northern Europeans, do not normally drink to get inebriated, and all alcohol consumption is treated even-handedly by lawmakers. When you tell someone that in Sweden, for example, booze has to be bought ... and hardly a day passes without a conversation about food and wine. Many programmes feature listeners calling in with anecdotes and recipes. Conversely the Today programme on Britain's BBC, or its equivalent in any country, including local radio,

14:27

Local

Hotels on the Costa say they have been only 40% full and many will have to close in the winter

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...sector will repay them many times over." The sector is waiting to see what happens with prime minister Pedro Sánchez's promise to consider a possible extension to the furloughing measures (ERTEs) for employees of tourism companies. These end in ... never been seen before. Many hotels dropped their prices to attract more Spanish. The choice of transport has also changed. The lack of international tourists has badly affected Spanish airports, which in June lost seven million passengers compared

18:28

Gibraltar

Steady rise in Covid-19 cases to the highest number ever in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

...weeks ago there were no cases at all for several days and people began to hope that the crisis was over. Many of those who have tested positive in Gibraltar have been asymptomatic, and there have been no deaths since the pandemic started. The ... health authorities on the Rock have one of the highest ratios of testing per population, with 55,677 tests having been carried out so far. This accounts to some extent to the rise in active cases, but it also seems to be the case that Gibraltar, like many