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15:28

Local

In Malaga province there are now twice as many pets as children

IGNACIO LILLO / NURIA TRIGUERO

...services for pets, a sector that is growing fast Why has this happened? Luis Ayuso, professor of Sociology at Malaga University, says this is a very contemporary debate, and he points out that some political parties are now calling for pets to be ... appears to be a progressive evolution towards a "society of emotions", which Ayuso describes as the feelings people experience. "A dog is always delighted to see you, and that makes you feel happy," he says. He says the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated ... interesting paradox," says Ayuso. More pets are being given as gifts A study carried out by Fundación Affinity has provided some clarity about the growing trend for pet ownership in modern Spanish society. Among its conclusions, it highlights that 21 per

15:28

Local

Products and services for pets, a sector that is growing fast

nuria triguero / ignacio lillo

...could give me an appointment for at least three weeks. That’s a sign that demand is greater than supply,” he says, speaking from the salon he opened two months ago: Victoria Canina, in central Malaga. “An increasing number of people are living alone ... nowadays, and many of them want a pet for company. People are spending more time and money on looking after them, as well,” he says. “It hasn’t been easy. I spent six months training in dog grooming and hygiene and I had to wait four months for the ... environmental permit the local council insists on,” he says. The investment and his efforts are starting to pay off. “I didn’t expect to be able to cover my costs this soon, so I’m actually doing better than I thought I would,” he says. Just as more

17:08

LifeStyle

Why do we get grey hairs?

CARMEN BARREIRO

...thought it looked great, so I decided to do the same," says Beatriz, who works as a secretary. It is fashionable nowadays to leave hair to go grey, but why do we have grey hairs in the first place? Are they hereditary? And is it true that if you pull one ... transparent. What happens is that the structure of the hair and the way the light shines on it makes it look grey or white," says Dr Saceda. Something else can also occur when grey hairs are damaged, for example from the chlorine in a swimming pool, the use ... of unsuitable shampoos or contamination: they appear more yellowy in colour. "That's why it is always best to use products which are designed specifically for grey hair," he says. Why does hair lose its colour? Because the melanocytes - the cells

16:02

LifeStyle

From history teaching to historical memory

Debbie Bartlett

...made such a fuss about it. That was in 1977!" she says. She originally dreamed of a career in journalism, but that course was not available at Malaga university, which was nearest to her home, and her parents refused to let her move away to study ... things that I hadn't been able to do before," she says. Women’s rights in Spain: “there’s still a long way to go” March 8th is International Women’s Day and although Spain has made significant progress in women’s rights in recent decades, a great ... deal still needs to change, says Margarita. She believes that this will be difficult while so many employers still treat motherhood as a problem and some sections of society find it more comfortable for women to look after the home and be responsible

17:51

Gibraltar

Gibraltar prepares to ease Covid restrictions

Debbie Bartlett

Gibraltar's Covid-19 restrictions are beginning to be eased, and chief minister Fabian Picardo explained at a press conference this Friday afternoon that this will be done one step at a time, with careful monitoring of the results of each change befo

11:14

Local

Malaga mayor: 'The Covid-19 closure is bad news for the city's economy'

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

"Bad news for the city's economy," is how the mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, described the announcement of the closure of non-essential business activity in the city of Malaga after a 14-day cumulative incidence of 1,008 positive diagnoses p