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12:09

Local

The pandemic and a route change slash migrant boat arrivals on the Costa del Sol

MATÍAS STUBER

The number of illegal migrants arriving on the Malaga coastline in 2020 has dropped by more than half when compared to those who were intercepted or landed in 2019, the year before the outbreak of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. Compared to ... the 79 boats discovered in 2019, 49 were registered in 2020. As a direct result, the number of migrants arriving via the Alboran Sea has decreased, from 2,150 in 2019 to 941 in 2020 - some 56.3 per cent fewer. During the first wave of the pandemic ... , the spread of fear also reached the African continent and stopped the departure of boats from Morocco. "The pandemic acted as a brake at the beginning," explains the spokesperson for the Moroccan Association for the Integration of Immigrants in

13:26

Local

H&M fashion chain to lay off staff and close 30 stores in Spain

EDURNE MARTÍNEZ

...says that the retail industry is experiencing a "great change" as a result of the pandemic and digitisation due to the "constant growth of online". For this reason, the group will carry out a "transformation and reorganisation" process worldwide to ... to ERE as "unjustified and disproportionate". The union says that although they understand that there has been a change in the way people shop following the pandemic, "this does not justify in any way such a number of layoffs, especially as H&M has ... been benefiting from the ERTE scheme that the Government introduced during the pandemic," they claim. Locally, the fashion chain has H&M stores in Marbella, Fuengirola, Malaga and Vélez-Málaga, as well as COS in Malaga and Marbella, but it is not yet

18:21

Local

The lack of public transport in rural areas has been exacerbated by the pandemic

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Depopulation and the lack of new infrastructure have worked against public transport in rural areas of Malaga in recent years. Now, with the pandemic, the lack of services has been aggravated by a reduction in timetables in all municipalities, especially those ... "It has been the only one maintained during the pandemic. Within the municipality the buses work quite well, the problem is the connections to Malaga," says Juan Francisco Lumbreras, the councillor for Transport. He says there is a need for a direct ... says Antonio Marín, a councillor in Pizarra, who is concerned at the reduction in railway services as well. Urban transport has also been affected as a result of the Covid pandemic, such as in Álora, where people in the different districts and

15:45

LifeStyle

Destination weddings on your doorstep

Andrew Forbes

Destination Weddings here in Andalucía, the impact of the pandemic, as well as the emerging trends for couples looking to tie the knot in the sun. Since studying Display Design in London, Laura’s career has always been in the creative industries, waving her ... tells me. Yet, “the pandemic, quite frankly, has been devastating for the wedding industry which is now potentially facing a second season with little work”. Leisure travel has been an obvious victim of Covid-19, but Destination Weddings have suffered ... seen a decline of over eighty per cent in weddings during the pandemic, and the celebrations that have gone ahead have been considerably smaller and less extravagant. Laura Charles explains that it’s not just the direct wedding sector that is