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16:07

Sport

Crackpots

Rob Palmer

How do you spot a director of Valencia football club in the streets? Easy, just listen out for the Mexican musicians! With disgruntled supporters unable to use traditional forms of showing disdain - waving white handkerchiefs and generally booing -

20:50

Local

Andalucía restricts more places which have excess Covid case rates

sur

The Junta de Andalucía government announced extended restrictions and lockdown measures on more areas of the region this week. Faced with high case numbers in certain communities, regional ministers agreed to order on-site classes to be suspended ... reported contagions on Thursday this week (15 October) and 11 more deaths. There was also a slight increase in the number being treated in hospital. The latest official data confirmed the upward trend regionally. The 14-day Covid-19 case notification rate ... notification rate per 100,000 inhabitants of 501, above the level to activate more restrictions. However, Junta spokesperson Elías Bendodo explained that a city lockdown was not needed. He said that only nine per cent of local hospital beds had Covid-19

16:28

Local

Family reunited with pet dog that went missing more than two years ago

IGNACIO LILLO

Yorkshire terrier that disappeared more than two and a half years ago. "Me or my eldest daughter would always take him out on a lead to a football pitch behind the house, where he loved to play with a ball," she said. But on 27 February 2018, she opened

19:14

LifeStyle

"Further restrictions or another lockdown in winter time would be worse than before"

MATÍAS STUBER

...names? There is no specific scientific reason. I understand it is that way because the time changes before the start of summer and the start of winter. Nothing more than that. Are we human beings guided by daylight? Absolutely. Our biological ... outside more, the incidence of depression is lower. There is a clear seasonal characteristic in psychiatric pathologies. This internal clock; is it the same, and does it work the same way for everybody? In terms of health, yes. The chronometer is ... anxiety. Now we will sleep an hour more, so it will be easier to adapt to the change. Although you also have to remember that it is anomalous for us to lose hours of daylight. What effects can this change of the hour have at a neurological level? With

10:14

Local

New lockdown measures announced for more Andalusian towns

María Dolores Tortosa

...the region on Tuesday there were 1,075 Covid patients in hospital, 149 of them in intensive care. Thirty deaths The regional Health ministry recorded 30 new deaths in the daily figures announced on Tuesday, 14 more than Monday's figure. The daily

16:37

Local

Latest vertical garden in Fuengirola opened on the Miramar bridge

sur

...explained that this new addition, which spans the 90-metre bridge, is made up of more than 4,000 plants across 720 metres of containers, watered "in a totally sustainable way". This garden is in addition to the vertical gardens that already exist on the

17:58

LifeStyle

Foods that help boost energy and vitality

AMIL LÓPEZ VIÉITEZ

How many times have you felt unable to follow your normal routine? Sometimes our bodies rebel and we feel more tired than usual. It could be due to the time of year, or too much stress; maybe the children are on holiday or you're convalescing from ... an illness, worrying about a backlog of work, losing sleep over a family problem... Whatever the reason, everything just seems more complicated. When this happens, the following advice can help you to feel more energetic, good-humoured and ... and you will feel more cheerful. Physical exercise is a great ally too, because it activates serotonin and dopamine, the neurotransmitters which boost happiness and ability to concentrate. Your diet should include these foods to activate vitality:

13:54

Local

Iconic Coca-Cola bottling plant to close after almost 60 years in operation

NURIA TRIGUERO

...out until now, focused primarily on glass bottles and 'bag in box' production for the catering industry, will be moved to the company's larger, more modern factory in La Rinconada (province of Seville), which the company announced a few months ago will ... be further expanded thanks to investment worth more than 44 million euros. Part of the 77-person workforce in the Malaga plant will relocate to La Rinconada but a number of early retirements are also likely to be finalised. New strategy The

17:14

National

More areas of the Madrid region set to face restrictions in coming days

SUR

...might extend measures to more neighbourhoods, although the possibility of closing the Madrid region's borders was also being mentioned. On Wednesday, the regional government said it was "evaluating putting restrictions on all the devolved region" ... that just local restrictions would come in in some 16 more areas from Monday, where the rate of contagion measured through tests was above 1,000 per 100,000 people in the last two weeks. This will be on top of the 850,000 people currently facing

15:05

Sport

Job done for Malaga as busy transfer window concludes

pedro luis alonso / antonio góngora

With just one spot left to fill in the squad, it wasn't going to be a very busy transfer deadline day at Malaga but nonetheless the club brought in one last player: Joaquín Muñoz on loan from Primera side Huesca. The winger, just 21, came through t

14:51

Opinion

Swimming against the tidy

Peter Edgerton

Tidy people are losers. Everybody knows this, including - indeed, maybe especially - tidy people. Putting everything in order when you could be doing other, much more interesting things like, for example, being untidy, is surely the road to

15:01

Local

Junta to offer 25 per cent discount on local hotel stays

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

The Andalusian regional government plans to grant a 25 per cent discount on travel made within the region between 1 October and 31 May next year in a bid to reactivate tourism, a sector that has been badly hit by the coronavirus pandemic. This sche

09:58

Sport

Malaga suffer thrashing at the hands of Rayo

Daryl Finch

...with the team that snuck a 1-0 win against Alcorcón a week previously, with his only change coming in attack with the introduction of academy youngster David Larrubia on the wing in place of Orlando Sá, a more traditional number nine. "In the ... attack and Malaga had keeper Dani Barrio to thank for keeping the scoreline down. That lasted until into stoppage time when former Malaga man Antoñín powered home a diving header to make it four and seal the side's worst league defeat in more than three ... years (5-0 at the Mestalla on 19 September 2017). "The result says it all," Pellicer told reporters following the game. "It's true that this is a team under construction, but this cannot be repeated. The team has to be more solid in every regard."

17:15

National

Health Minister calls for areas with more than 500 Covid-19 cases per 100,000 inhabitants to be isolated

Álvaro Soto / SUR

The Spanish government's Health Minister, Salvador Illa, has recommended that regional authorities lock down all municipalities with a 14-day cumulative incidence of Covid-19 of more than 500 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. This would apply, as ... the region of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, who only announced new partial confinement measures for eight more districts of Madrid, as well as the 37 affected by restrictions on movement into other districts since last Monday. District restrictions ... at drinking at the bar to be banned in establishments in Madrid and for terraces to be limited to 50 per cent of their capacity. He called on the authorities to do more to raise awareness among the general public of the need to make only essential

14:27

Local

Junta to limit private gatherings to six people in Andalucía

ALMUDENA NOGUÉS

more than ten people together), except for members of the same household. The regional minister for Health, Jesús Aguirre, said on Tuesday that 80% of all cases of infection with Covid-19 are traced back to private gatherings. For the time being the ... heightened, said Aguirre. Mass testing Further measures focus on towns and villages with contagion figures of more than 500 per 100,000 inhabitants over a 14-day period. Mass testing will be carried out, announced spokesman and regional minister, Elías ... health delegates in collaboration with local town halls who would decide whether to adopt more restrictive measures. The announcements came after the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, met on Monday with the committee of experts who are

14:14

What to do

Salon Varietés reopens with country music hoe-down

Tony Bryant

...distancing measures will be in force and masks must be worn inside the auditorium. Show starts at 7.30pm. The theatre's next production will be the West End hit musical Evita, which will be staged from Wednesday 14 until Sunday 25 October. For more

14:48

Local

Additional contact tracers and more phone lines in primary health care

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

...especially in Malaga, Seville and Granada, where it can take two weeks to get an appointment in some cases. The plan includes taking on more staff for tracing Covid-19 infections and extending working hours at Salud Responde. Bendodo said that until ... for five consecutive days to see or speak to a doctor. This applies to primary health care and specialist units. In addition there will be more drive-in coronavirus tests available. Bendodo said the Junta has acquired one million rapid tests at a

19:47

Local

Nerja businessman plans world's longest zip wire

Eugenio Cabezas

Nerja businessman, Jonathan Méndez, has approached a company in Catalonia with the idea of constructing the world's longest zip wire along the town's Chíllar river. Méndez, who owns a firm called Meynber, has asked Zip-trans Systems S.L. to provid

17:36

LifeStyle

'We are more vulnerable and people want to make money out of that'

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...awareness about misinformation and what she calls "Dr Google": the fake news that spreads at dizzying speed, the risk of which has increased at the height of the coronavirus pandemic. The illness, she says, makes us more vulnerable to speculation and lies. ... are popular, but there are more serious cases. They are selling ozone generators and ultraviolet lamps to restaurants, hairdessers and other businesses which have been closed for two months and are now spending thousands of euros on machines which are ... they call York ham, for example, doesn't exist. It is a perversion of the food industry, the industry that makes us believe it is better to eat quinoa than lentils. But now everything revolves around coronavirus. I have realised that we are more afraid

16:06

Sport

Administrator considering a capital increase to secure Malaga's long-term future

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...situation heading into the future. With debts still unpaid and income now considerably lower (more than a quarter down because of the pandemic alone), Muñoz is now looking at medium- and long-term solutions and is leaning towards a capital increase. ... This, however, is a highly complex and risky process should it not be completed successfully. The club's current circumstances, with it unclear who will own what percentage of the club after legal proceedings are completed, make it even more difficult to

16:54

Local

Hacienda letter sparks concern that non-residents trapped during lockdown will have to pay tax in Spain

H. BARBOTTA / P. MARTÍNEZ

The conference this week on Residential Tourism at the Hotel Anantara Villa Padierna discussed the likely effects on second-home owners of the obligation for people trapped in Spain during lockdown to pay taxes to Madrid if they were here for more ... than six months. Although some non-resident expats never intended to stay more than 183 days, the limit beyond which the Spanish government generally considers a person to be tax resident, some were caught out and overstayed. In a formal written ... 12-month period in Spanish territory, the days spent in Spain by the married couple, due to state of alarm, would be counted, in which case if they were to remain more than 183 days in Spanish territory in 2020, they would be considered Spanish income tax

16:05

Opinion

Is there a safe haven for investors in these uncertain times?

JEREMY BLATCH

The term "safe haven" has always been part of the investor's vocabulary, taking on special significance in times of increased uncertainty. The attributes of a safe haven asset lie more with the investor than with any opportunity in the market. It ... decline can lead to negative or even fearful reactions, but a more accurate definition of volatility is a 'statistical measure of the dispersion of returns for a given security or market index'. We can embrace volatility and use it to our advantage as ... the price of a security or index falls by 50% a few weeks after you bought it, you should be delighted to buy more shares at half the price. In addition, you should not own even one share in a business unless you are prepared to buy the entire

15:31

What to do

Art, music, culture and more

Denise Bush

...appt. Email: galeria@yusto-giner.com Call: 951507053 Abrazo de Oso Alhaurín de la Torre. Until mid-September. Weekdays 6-10pm except Mondays. Finca El Portón. More than 20 artists from different countries have participated in the project ... artist. Around 117 of his works are on display in the museum which regularly holds workshops and art classes for children and adults etc. More information call:952062069 or email: museorevellodetoro@gmail.com Diálogos con Picasso Malaga. Museo ... century. He was the forerunner of innovative techniques in the cinema of the time, refining editing to make films more dynamic. In conjunction with this exhibition will be a series of silent movies, with some of the most iconic Russian, Italian and American

15:01

What to do

An All Saints pilgrimage to the Caminito del Rey

Tony Bryant

...something which promotes both reflection and emotional well-being," Father Louis explained. The adventurous priest has also begun preparations for a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela next year. For more information about how to register for either

13:07

Local

The cancellation of Malaga Fair comes at a cost of more than 60 million euros

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The cancellation of the huge annual Malaga Fair, due to have been held this week, has dealt another massive blow to the city's tourism sector and brings with it an estimated loss of more than 60 million euros, according to the latest figures ... published by the city council. Bars and restaurants estimate that income will be more than 60 per cent lower than for the same period last year, while hotels, usually close to full occupancy during this week, are barely half full. Some haven't even opened.

16:04

Opinion

The French Paradox

ANDREW J. LINN

...butter and 60 per cent more cheese than other nations, and still stay slim and healthy (although obesity is on the rise) with, allegedly, no more heart disease than anyone else. The usual explanation is that they eat small portions of food, usually

15:58

Sport

Oumaiz's march towards the Olympics continues as more records tumble

MARINA RIVAS / PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Another race, another landmark for Ouassim Oumaiz. The 21-year-old from Nerja set both a personal best (slashing off 18 seconds) and a new Spanish under-23 record in the 5,000 metres in the Diamond League meeting in Monaco last Friday with a time of