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11:41

Opinion

Going nuclear

Mark Nayler

...or that it would be the making of the north-easterly region (depending on who you believe). Yet just in case their fiscal arguments don’t have enough persuasive force, each side in this toxic argument has also settled on another approach: go nuclear ... to the plebiscite. Indeed, a recent poster campaign has been driving this message home across the region: it features an image of Franco, who appears to be telling the observer “Don’t vote on October 1st. No to the Republic”. Welcome to the nuclear

16:48

Opinion

Going nuclear

mik woolley

nuclear specialists. The former chief of staff to the UK Brexit secretary of state said that these conditions have hamstrung the government. Already it is struggling to fill regulatory gaps that its objectives will create. On Euratom it admits it hasn’t ... assessed the impact of leaving and of the eight Brexit bills creating new UK powers, the relevant one (nuclear safety) does not cover some key Euratom provisions. Some Tory MPs want the government to reverse the Euratom decision (although they supported ... the Repeal Bill that was published last week) and raise this question: how can staying in the single market be the nuclear option if you’re expensively copying its mechanisms? Increasingly, it’s likely that more buttons will be pushed that are beyond

16:44

National

Power companies confirm plan to phase out nuclear power by 2035

JOSÉ M. CAMARERO / NEIL HESKETH

Spain appears to be edging towards finally phasing out nuclear power by 2035, an extension of seven years on the existing timetable. At a late-night meeting last week the big power generation companies who jointly operate much of the country's ... nuclear capacity agreed on a proposed exit timetable. The government will now be asked to approve the companies' plan to wind down the five plants with seven reactors still remaining and their investment plan for handling nuclear waste in the meantime. ... In 2017, over a fifth of Spain's power came from nuclear energy, the second source of power after renewable energy, which accounts for a third, and just ahead of coal. Successive governments have maintained a freeze on new nuclear plants for many

15:46

LifeStyle

Fascinating facts about atomic gardening

Denise Bush

After WWII, there was an initiative to develop alternative uses for fission energy. It was called Atoms for Peace and part of it included atomic gardening. Gamma gardens, as they are known, were created in the US, India, Japan, Europe and Russia to s

14:34

LifeStyle

Spain's longest-living nun has died in Japan aged 110

E. R.

Mediterranean and often chat in Spanish, despite not having returned home since 1981. She arrived in Japan for the first time in 1936 and was witness to important historical events such as the Second World War and the Hiroshima nuclear bomb. Victoria de la

11:08

LifeStyle

New ecograph machines in Malaga

Malaga's Hospital Clínico Universitario has taken delivery of three new ecograph machines, with a value of 107,000 euros. The new kit has been acquired by the radiodiagnostic and nuclear medicine unit but will be used throughout the hospital.

12:10

LifeStyle

17 January 1966: Atomic bombs fall on Andalusian soil

FRANK GAVURIN

...four nuclear bombs on board the B-52 were released. The bombs did not have their detonators activated, preventing any explosion. However, the parachutes attached to two of the devices failed to open, meaning they contaminated their crash areas with

16:47

LifeStyle

Smiles reach across solitude

Alekk M. Saanders / jennie rhodes

...situation is not so shocking for him as he has experienced something similar in his life. “In Ukraine we had totally empty cities after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. And empty shelves in the supermarkets with long queues were quite usual in the USSR

13:38

LifeStyle

The tireless fight for a child's smile

CLAUDIA SAN MARTÍN

...children who live in areas close to the scene of the nuclear explosion in 1986. The vice-president, Almudena Armendia, says some people see these trips as "cruel" because the children have to return home, but it has been shown that after spending two months ... life in Transylvania, about 1,000 kilometres from the area affected by the nuclear explosion. When she heard about 'La sonrisa de un niño' last year, she went along to meetings to find out more. A few months later, accompanied by her husband and feeling