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18:00

Local

Stricter rules on nightlife come into force in Andalucía

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Nightclubs in Andalucía are required to keep a record of everyone entering as of Wednesday this week, while bars, clubs and restaurants can only have 12 people at tables. The new, stricter measures are aimed at young people. These are gathering in la

12:10

Education

Education authority outlines Covid-19 measures for schools from September

JUAN SOTO

...coordinator overseeing measures and alerting of possible cases. However the headteachers' association has said it is worried that too much responsibility for overseeing rules is being given to teachers. In the new guidelines from the regional government,

17:26

Local

Solutions sought as respect for lockdown rules starts to wane

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ / IGNACIO LILLO

...along the beach and have a swim or lie in the sun, shops allowing more people in than are permitted, people breaking the rules and taking a sheep or goat as an excuse for a walk, teenagers together and none wearing a mask, neighbours in developments ... The police agree that more people are ignoring the rules. "It's happening in the different districts of the city, but on the seafronts there is a complete lack of control," says Manuel Troyano, general secretary of the Sip-an union, who wants the

21:26

Local

Rules will relax for sport, shopping and socialising in Phase Two

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When Malaga and Granada provinces move into Phase Two next Monday, 1 June, there will be important changes. Phase 2 To start 1 June for Malaga and Costa In Phase Two, the restrictions will be relaxed even more, although activity can still onl

16:52

Opinion

Intruders

ANDREW J. LINN

...plant the grapes they choose to make their wine?" In the majority of countries there are no such controls on winemakers. So why are the Spanish - and French and Germans - so enthusiastic about maintaining endless rules and regulations? It can only be