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19:01

National

Andalucía tells Madrid: 'We need more vaccines'

EUROPA PRESS

...give the regions the tools – including the opportunity to bring forward the curfew and introduce home confinement if needed - to combat the spread of the disease. Regarding the vaccination campaign, the Junta’s spokesman said that more than 150,000 ... doses of just over 200,000 received have already been administered, with the roll-out of the second dose starting to those who received their first at the end of December. “We are going at an adequate pace but we need more vaccines to arrive. The ... Andalusian Health Service (SAS) is prepared to vaccinate at all times every day but we need more vaccines,” Bendodo concluded.

13:14

Opinion

Baked beans or tuna?

ANDREW J. LINN

...committed to only supplying 100 per cent sustainable canned tuna; elsewhere, however, it is just a case of pulling them out of the sea until there will be no more. The other concerns that should concentrate the minds of regular purchasers include slave ... one source advising against eating it more than once monthly, unless it is labelled as 'light'. More than 80 per cent of the tuna sold in the US comes from unsustainable, destructive sources but Europe is way behind. Back to baked beans?

15:10

Local

Man shot dead in Benahavís had more than 20 gunshot wounds

JUAN CANO / áLVARO FRÍAS

...shot with an AK-47 submachine gun. According to the initial investigations, after a first burst of gunfire, the attackers finished the victim off with a short weapon. In total, he suffered more than 20 gunshot wounds. The events took place around ... Based on the injuries he received, apparently from two different weapons, everything indicates that one of the attackers fired several more shots with a short weapon. The first Guardia Civil patrol that arrived on the scene confirmed the death of the

12:29

Local

'In Malaga we spend more in bars and restaurants than on the home - but that's changing now'

DARYL FINCH / JUAN SOTO

...has the pandemic affected you? More than anything, the pandemic has pushed us five years into the future. Everything we were anticipating, everything we were planning for around 2025 to 2030 has been brought forward. During this pandemic we've had ... now is very much along the western Costa del Sol, where we don't have an IKEA touchpoint until more or less Algeciras. So there is quite a long distance where IKEA is non-existent at the moment. How has the pandemic changed us as consumers? We ... could see two quite clear trends in Malaga. Normally, people don't spend so much time at home. Malaga is a fantastic city; we spend more money on restaurants and bars and on drinks and food than we do on our home furnishing. We don't invite family and

15:36

Sport

Construction kicks off again at the Malaga Academy in Arraijanal

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

The building works at Malaga's new Academy, or 'sports city', finally started on Monday at the Arraijanal site, close to Malaga Airport. With constructors Hermanos Campano at the helm, the work on the new facilities has been resumed after two years

09:57

Local

Costa del Sol mops up after storm Filomena dumps 200mm of rain

IGNACIO LILLO, ANDREA JIMÉNEZ, VANESSA MELGAR, JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

Storm Filomena reached its peak in Malaga province on Friday, where it delivered heavy and continuous rain, as well as gusting winds and high waves on the coast. More than 200mm of rain fell on some areas of the Costa del Sol and 120 ... furniture down the street, where several homes and garages were also flooded. Spain’s state weather agency, Aemet, recorded more than 200mm of rain in Estepona on Friday. The Sierra de Mijas registered more than 130mm of rainfall and Malaga-Costa del Sol

18:05

Local

Andalucía registers a record number of new coronavirus infections since the pandemic began

EUROPA PRESS

...number of positive cases recorded in a day was the 5,622 on 31 October 2020. Another 35 deaths have been reported, three less than on Tuesday and 17 more than seven days ago. The region’s incidence rate of Covid-19 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the ... Huelva with three. The number of patients admitted to Andalusian hospitals with Covid-19 has risen for the eleventh consecutive day of rise with 1,697, 162 more than the day before and 625 more than a week ago. Of those 284 are in an intensive care ... bed, 15 more than Tuesday and 83 more than seven days ago.

22:07

Local

Trapped driver rescued from vehicle in Estepona floods

JUAN CANO / ALVARO FRÍAS

...been injured during his ordeal. More than 200mm of rain fall was recorded in the town on Friday as storm Filomena swept along the coast. Several houses in the town were also reported to have been flooded by the torrential rains.

11:24

Local

'Relaxed measures' at bar generate more than 100 Covid-19 cases in three days

NURIA TRIGUERO

More than 100 positive coronavirus cases have been recorded over the festive period in the town of Teba after it was claimed a bar relaxed the virus control measures put in place by Andalucía's regional government. It is claimed that the bar had ... been closed during the pandemic since March but opened on 24, 25 and 26 December but did not comply with capacity and social distancing regulations. In the latest outbreak more than 100 infected cases have been recorded in the town - and the mayor

10:55

Local

New amber alert for torrential rain in Malaga and on Costa del Sol

IGNACIO LILLO

There is still "a lot more to rain to come" has warned the director of the Malaga Meteorological Centre, José María Sánchez-Laulhé as Spain's national weather agency, Aemet, issued a new amber alert for Malaga and the Costa del Sol this Friday (8

10:33

Local

Mercadona donates more than 260 tons of food to Costa del Sol soup kitchens and charities

JUAN SOTO

Spanish supermarket giant, Mercadona, has donated more than 260 tons of basic necessities to soup kitchens and charities across the Malaga province. Because of the hardship caused by the Covid-19 virus, the chain has strengthened its collaboration ... of this plan, Mercadona collaborates with more than 280 soup kitchens, 60 food banks and other charities in Spain and Portugal to which it donates food daily, and participates in the food collection campaigns that these groups organise. In fact, so