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20:35

LifeStyle

People smoked considerably more during the lockdown period

Ángel Escalera

...de Oña. The age range of 45 to 54 has the highest concentration of smokers. To reduce the numbers, he says more policies are needed to increase smoke-free zones. He also points out that there are some bar terraces where people should not be allowed to

17:58

National

"We'll keep bringing taxes down," says regional finance minister

JOSÉ VICENTE ASTORGA

The regional minister for Finance, Industry and Energy, Juan Bravo Baena, reassured an audience in Malaga on Wednesday that the Junta de Andalucía regional government would keep lowering taxes, "as that is our philosophy". He said it would keep doing

19:24

What to do

Live music returns to the Costa del Sol with a free rock concert in Mijas

Tony Bryant

...coronavirus pandemic forced it to close its doors in March. The venue has had to adhere to strict policies regarding health and safety in order to host the event. The concert will be limited to 100 people and the audience must remain seated. The group have

14:48

LifeStyle

Sharing political ideas for integration

Jennie Rhodes

Ria O'Brien was elected as a councillor in La Viñuela for a second term in the local elections in May. She was first approached in 2015 by the village's PSOE-A mayor, José Juan Jiménez López, as he recognised a need to have a native English-speaking

17:04

Opinion

No pain, no gain

Mark Nayler

...raft of policies aimed at reducing social inequality and bolstering the Spanish economy. Available information about the Socialists' scheme shows it to be positive, progressive and, if put into action, likely to do Spain a lot of good. But the big ... question is whether this planned "Agenda for Change" will ever see the light of day. Sánchez's plan, which be rolled out during the rest of this month, contains a number of policies designed to ensure the Spanish economy grows in a sustainable way - or, ... his own lack of ideas. There is, however, a risk involved for Sánchez if he's to translate his economic and social policies from theory into reality. For that to happen, his proposed 2019 budget has to be put to a parliamentary vote; and if, as

11:08

Local

Americans in Malaga raise their voices against Trump policies

Kishan Vaghela Malaga

...affected by the policies. “These issues do affect everybody. We want this to be a group that is focused on progressive issues, and one that although may not be very big, will hopefully be very active,” she added.

14:46

Opinion

A new approach

Mark Nayler

...welfare policies contained within Sánchez's proposed budget for 2020, to the €200-billion emergency package and to the stringent fiscal demands that have been issued by Brussels for the next few years. We have to ask: how is Spain going to afford all of ... policies designed to deal with the short-term impact of a crisis, often put together hastily and with insufficient information. By definition, they cannot replace long-term strategies designed to prevent or recover from recession. To cope with the current

20:51

Gibraltar

Women in Business amalgamates with GFSB

Debbie Bartlett

...the decision, the GFSB WIB will continue to focus on providing networking opportunities and support for professional women and the move will enable the GFSB to implement diversity and inclusion policies impacting its membership and Gibraltar

12:26

National

Pablo Iglesias wins big majority at Podemos party conference

SUR Madrid

Pablo Iglesias, leader of radical-left-wing Podemos, strengthened his hold on the party at last weekend's conference in Madrid. At the so-called 'Vistalegre II' meeting of party members, he won 89 per cent of the leadership vote and his supporters

14:38

National

Left-wing parties get ready to debate which direction to take

SUR Madrid

PSOE as the country's main party-of-the-left in recent elections, is due to hold a major party conference in mid-February. At this so-called 'Vistalegre II', it will vote on new leaders and policies. Current leader, Pablo Iglesias, and his number two,

14:41

National

Construction firms call for all autovías to have tolls on them

CRISTINA VALLEJO madrid

...vehicles. The government has announced plans for a new, overarching Mobility law for the transport sector, which will build in sustainability policies. Constructors want the toll idea included on 14,130 kilometres of the network. They say that Spain is

17:29

Local

"Decent salaries and job stability would increase the birth rate"

nuria triguero

A "culture of seasonal employment" and the "fragility" of conciliation policies are causing the low birth rate in Spain, according to Antonio Izquierdo, an expert in demography and head of Sociology at the University of A Coruña. In the first half ... expert, who believes "fragile conciliation policies" in Spain also have a negative effect on the number of children born.

15:13

Local

The unaffordable cost of closed hotels

Héctor Barbotta

...does not extend the policies regarding force majeure for the hotel sector, which in principle end on 9 May, says the managing director of Fuerte Hoteles, José Luque. The industry and the unions are calling for a six-month extension. For hotels like

14:38

Opinion

Teamwork

ANA BARREAlES

...can't pay for anything better. It says so in the smallprint of private policies, the bit we don't read. And now we've seen it for ourselves: if an epidemic or a pandemic is declared, your private insurance doesn't cover it. We're all in the same boat.

18:13

LifeStyle

Local charities step up to help the vulnerable during coronavirus crisis

Tony Bryant

...date with new policies coming out from the government and then advising our clients by e-mail or phoning them personally, welfare officer Lesley Berridge explained. Lux Mundi in Fuengirola and Torre del Mar have also had to make adjustments to their