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19:53

LifeStyle

The glamour of the revolutionaries

Isabel Ibáñez

...to hold the stockings up, but they did not use it to define their silhouettes but instead used it to blur their body shapes. It reduced breasts and hips to show a more childlike, vulnerable and masculine figure. Voluminous dresses reaching below the ... Frenchman Louis Réard, left the abdomen exposed for the first time. Their brothers' trousers But jazz and swing became more and more popular in society during the 30s and 40s, causing a desire for change among young people. In Germany, the 'swingjugend’

19:05

Local

Eleven exploited olive harvest workers freed in police raids

FERNANDO TORRES

...monthly salary of five hundred euros. According to the investigation, the victims returned to their country when the work period ended without getting the salary previously agreed upon. Investigators said that they worked for days that lasted for more

18:49

Local

The first wave of coronavirus caused 354 excess deaths in Malaga province

MATÍAS STUBER

...of the first wave of coronavirus, which began in early March although the first case officially reported in the province was on 28 February. During that first wave, there were 354 more deaths locally than there had been in the same period a year ... 6,517, and in 2020 there were 6,871. The difference is the number of excess deaths during the first wave of the virus. The excess deaths occurred in a relatively balanced fashion. More people (183) died in the months that coincided with the explosive ... wave, sadly, will mean that figure will be exceeded in the coming days and weeks. Negative population growth The figures for the second three months are also worrying in terms of the demographic evolution in the province. More people died than were

17:39

National

Andalucía set to approve Covid-19 plan for scenario of 7,000 patients in hospitals

EUROPA PRESS

“Hospitalisations have risen very quickly," Garcia warned. This Friday, Andalusian hospitals registered the twentieth consecutive day of increases to the number of patients in hospital - up 267 making a total to 3,310, that is 602 more than the peak reached on 30 ... March (2,708) and 168 more than the peak of hospitalised patients of the second wave on 10 November. (3,478). There are 453 patients in intensive care, 21 more than the previous day, and 15 more than the peak reached in March (438).

13:54

Sport

No transfer activity likely as Malaga continue to pay the price for past mismanagement

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

Al-Thani's tenure as majority owner and president, some of the most pertinent are from more recently, while the club was already in Segunda. For example, at one moment, the club was paying the wages of three coaches at once: Víctor Sánchez del Amo, Juan Muñiz ... through the courts. Consequently, the end result was much more expensive. The sum to be paid to Muñiz, Víctor (and his staff), Alcaraz and Caminero is around two million euros - more than 15 per cent of the club's annual budget. In the case of Richard

13:18

Opinion

The tooth hurts

Peter Edgerton

...he's poised to extract a tooth which had crumbled in defeat over Christmas, having been filled more often than my favourite pint glass. He may or may not have rubbed his hands in glee before commencing work; it's hard to recall the details. Apparently

13:15

Opinion

Unsettling times

TXEMA MARTÍN

...rebellion had taken place in the country that boasts the oldest democracy in the world; it seems we're all slowly learning the key lesson of this millennium: everything is more fragile than we could ever imagine. Trump spent his last day as president ... save the world. But let's not kid ourselves: the fact that Biden is demonstrably better than Trump doesn't mean he's any good either. He does at least have a modicum of intelligence and looks like he will be a much more decent president - but that's not

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?

13:12

Gibraltar

Vaccine campaign in full swing in Gibraltar as Covid-19 deaths rise

Debbie Bartlett

...brought hope, and 4,875 more doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine were delivered to the Rock from the UK on Wednesday evening. A further delivery of 6,825 doses is expected very shortly. So far, over 7,000 people have been vaccinated, including frontline