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21:59

Local

Andalucía brings in stricter measures including closing bars, restaurants and shops at 6pm

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...result, from 12.01 am on Sunday 17 January: - All bars, restaurants and shops will have to close at 6pm - The number of people allowed to meet in social gatherings, including in bars and restaurants, will be limited to four people - Travel between ... currently affected) - Bars, restaurants and non-essential shops will not be allowed to open at all in municipalities with a Covid-19 incidence rate of more than 1,000 per 100,000 people in the last 14 days (91 are currently affected) - The nighttime ... January, although events have now overtaken this optimistic revision date. The new measures which started this week included the closure of shops and businesses at 8pm and bars and restaurants at 6pm. Cafeterias could stay open until 8pm as long as they

13:41

Local

Brexit chaos leads to short supplies at Costa's British shops

Jennie Rhodes

Supermarkets selling British products in the province have been reporting problems with deliveries since 1 January, the day after the Brexit deal agreed on Christmas Eve came into force and the end of the transition period. The Food Co. and Oversea

22:23

Local

El Ingenio shops celebrate twentieth anniversary with major revamp

Eugenio Cabezas

El Ingenio shopping centre in Vélez-Málaga celebrated the twentieth anniversary of its opening at the end of November. Colombian singer Shakira performed at the grand opening of the Axarquía's biggest shopping centre back in November 2000. However

11:21

Local

Shops have lost up to 60 per cent of business due to the Covid restrictions

JUAN SOTO

Shops and shoppers have been badly affected by the decision to keep people within their own municipalities as much as possible due to the coronavirus pandemic. Since the Junta de Andalucía brought the restrictions into effect over three weeks ago, ... businesses have seen the number of customers drop by 60 per cent, and shoppers have missed out on offers such as the Black Friday price reductions and are increasingly turning to online purchasing because they cannot get to shops in other towns. The move ... business," says Salvador Pérez of the Malaga Comercio federation. The limited opening hours, with non-essential shops having to close at 6pm, is also having an effect. Major stores are also noticing the difference, such as Ikea, Leroy Merlin and shopping

21:32

Local

Andalucía announces two-phase relaxation of Covid measures ahead of festive period

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December to 10 January. Phase one In the first phase, people will be able to move between municipalities within the same province. Shops will be able to open until 9pm, but bars and restaurants will have to close at 6pm as now. The night curfew remains ... at 10pm during the first phase. Phase two From 18 December until 10 January, movement from province to province across the region will be permitted. The curfew will be put back to 11pm (until 6am) and shops can go back to their normal opening

13:06

LifeStyle

Urban art brings warmth to Soho

JUAN SOTO

...due to take place in March. They are sure that this urban art will attract more visitors and will therefore help to boost business in local bars and shops when the pandemic is over. They are not seeking to make money out of the project. The Soho

17:53

Local

Butterfly skin charity loses 80 per cent of its income due to the pandemic

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

...cent drop in its income as its charity shops were forced to close and fundraising events during the year were cancelled. They have been “very complicated months” but efforts have focused on maintaining the direct care team for families, according to

11:31

Local

Lux Mundi centres and shops back in action

Tony Bryant / Jennie Rhodes

T. B./J. R. The Lux Mundi ecumenical centre in Fuengirola has announced the reopening of its charity shop in Calle Nueva. The shop, which is open from Tuesday to Friday between the hours of 10am and 1pm, will comply with the new regulations enforced

15:48

Local

Cudeca charity shops in need of volunteers

SUR in ENglish

Cudeca will reopen the majority of its shops across Malaga province on Monday but with many volunteers in the high-risk group, the charity is looking for between 20 and 30 people willing to lend a hand for three to four hours a week. Volunteers ... volunteer should either send an email to voluntariado@cudeca.org or call 671 048 304. Thirteen of the organisation's 23 shops will open in the mornings from Monday 25 May, following all the measures recommended by the Ministry of Health in terms of ... made available. The use of masks will be mandatory to enter the shops. All items donated for sale in the shops will be put in quarantine for 72 hours. Each item for sale will be disinfected with steam at 120º. Each shop has adapted to the

14:40

Local

Supersol name set to disappear as Carrefour buys up familiar chain

EFE / N. HESKETH

They are a familiar sight to over a generation of expat residents and holidaymakers on the Costa del Sol, but next year Supersol supermarkets are set to disappear for good. On Thursday, it was announced that the stores, currently owned by Lithuania

18:11

Local

Charity shops, facing numerous challenges after three months in lockdown

Tony Bryant

Some of the Costa del Sol’s charity shops and outlets reopened their doors after Phase Two of lockdown easing came into force on 25 May. Other organisations decided to wait a little longer, even though their shops are their main source of income. ... Selling second-hand goods donated by the general public, these shops generate tens of thousands of euros every year and they have become moneymaking enterprises to fund the charity work of numerous organisations in southern Spain. Phase Three, which ... reopen, all shops must now comply with regulations to encourage social distancing, while also employing other methods like methacrylate screens and strict daily cleaning and disinfecting plans. One of the problems faced is the fact that most volunteers

17:20

Local

Animal charities face hard times as shops and shelters close

Jennie Rhodes

...as well as main sources of income, including charity shops being closed for four weeks, are being felt by animal charities across Malaga province. Diane McClelland, president of Axarquía Animal Rescue (AAR) said, "the loss of income could be crippling

14:49

Local

Phase Zero kicks off with hairdressers' diaries full and some shops open

J. SOTO / n. TRIGUERO / i. gELIBTER

...many to delay reopening. When the current Phase Zero turns into Phase One, in most areas this coming Monday 11 May, shops will be able to open to customers without an appointment. New rules in force from then on will include limiting the number of ... customers in the store at any one time to ensure social distancing. Clothes complications Few clothes shops were open on Monday, although more are expected next week when the appointment rule no longer applies. Some regulations will take a while to get

13:25

Gibraltar

Gibraltar increases restrictions as coronavirus cases rise

Debbie Bartlett

As of today, Friday 21 August, everyone over the age of 11 in Gibraltar must wear a mask inside shops and stores unless they have a medical condition or disability which exempts them from doing so. Masks are recommended for children under 11 as

15:54

National

Children will be able to accompany an adult to the shops from next week

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

...the restrictions already in place for adults. The government's decision to limit children's outings to their parents' existing trips to the shops has come as a surprise to many. This was not an option put forward by experts or by the regional

17:03

Local

Malaga shops close in protest over Calle Larios Christmas lights

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Last-minute Christmas shoppers were met with 'closed' signs in Malaga last Friday when around 30 shops in streets adjoining Calle Larios joined a protest against the festive light show. These businesses are calling for the 6.30pm show to be

13:20

Gibraltar

New restrictions now in force in Gibraltar after continual sharp rise in Covid-19 cases

Debbie Bartlett

...non-essential shops have had to close with effect from today, Monday, as well as hairdressers and beauty salons. The new measures are for an initial two-week period, until 10 January, and came with a warning that a full lockdown and border restrictions could ... be brought into effect if this ‘circuit break’ or ‘firebreak’ is not sufficiently effective. Non-essential shops will be permitted to sell online and by telephone, and deliveries and collections may continue. Shops which are considered essential,

15:46

Local

Chinese firm Miniso to open two new shops in Malaga

Juan SOTO

Chinese firm Miniso, which specialises in household and consumer goods including cosmetics, stationery, toys, and kitchenware, will open two new stores in Malaga as part of its European expansion. The two shops will be located in the Plaza Mayor ... and Muelle Uno shopping centres and are expected to open before the end of the year. The company currently has five shops in Spain: two in Madrid and one each in Salamanca, Barcelona and Torrevieja.

19:26

Opinion

The Village Dream Preservation Society

Peter Edgerton

...a new initiative, to be able to open bar-shops. I'm not sure that's what they're called but it's a fair description of what they are. The idea is that they become a hub for the community - you pop in for half a lager and arrive home with a

21:22

LifeStyle

Thirty Malaga shops and restaurants unite to combat food waste

JUAN SOTO

In a country where 1.4 million tonnes of food were wasted last year, mainly due to surpluses in the hospitality sector, around thirty shops and restaurants in Malaga have joined the Too Good To Go movement against food waste. Now, thanks to the ... Denmark in 2016, where several friends decided to create a platform and make it available to shops and restaurants after seeing how much food was thrown away at the end of a party. Carlos García, who is one of the heads of the company in Spain, explains ... that on the application there are many fruit shops, bakeries and restaurants, although the app is open to any type of company that has surplus food, such as hotels or supermarkets. Too Good To Go in Malaga In Malaga they have been operating since

13:38

Local

Andalucía confirms no new Covid-19 restrictions for New Year

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA / ISABEL MÉNDEZ

...industry will be able to continue serving from 8pm until 10.30pm. However, from 6 to 8 pm, although bars and restaurants may serve the public, they are not allowed to serve alcohol. In addition, shops can remain open until 9pm and the curfew is still

20:20

Local

Farmers' tractor protest disrupts motorways in Antequera area

AUGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...charged in the shops. The procession of tractors and farm vehicles left the Los Llanos area at 11am and soon traffic along the A-92, the main cross-Andalucía motorway, was being slowed down and then stopped. Farmers protest in Madrid over low

14:45

Local

Ruling clears way for more Sunday opening

SUR.

A court has overturned a regional government restriction on larger shops and shopping centres in Malaga city opening on Sunday and public holidays. Malaga is officially classified as an area with a high concentration of tourism, meaning shops can ... open. But the Junta banned stores over 300 metres and parts of national chains opening on Sundays and public holidays in areas outside the centre of the city. Larger shops have been complaining, and now the court agrees, saying that the Junta cannot

13:32

Local

Andalucía clears up confusion over new Covid-19 rules for Christmas

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ / JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

...regional government say that under the new easing of restrictions coffee shops that have licences for that specific business activity will be able to open all day, with the only condition that between 6pm and 8pm they will not be able to dispense alcoholic ... drinks. The Ministry of Health has made it very clear that during this time slot the “serving and consumption of any type of alcoholic beverage is strictly prohibited”. Ice cream parlours and chocolate shops may also remain open without interruption

16:24

Local

'Cudeca is based on the community and people have been very supportive this year'

Tony Bryant

...organisations and, since March, Cudeca has seen a major decline in income due to the forced closure of its charity shops and the cancellation of all fundraising events. SUR in English speaks to Vice President Susan Hannam about the problems faced by the ... charity and its plans to overcome the situation. How has Cudeca coped throughout the pandemic? The main problem has been the income. We have been very badly hit because we had to close all our shops for two months. Another problem was storing all the ... items people donated during the lockdown. We had to rent another warehouse to store it all in. How much has the charity lost in revenue because of this? Well, we have 23 shops and outlets and these usually generate around 30 per cent of our income.

14:30

National

Small business in freefall: an average of 22 shops a day have closed since July 2015

LUCÍA PALACIOS

Inglés and the fact that new generations are used to buying with a click of their computer mouse, are all causing serious difficulties for traditional shops such as hardware stores and haberdashers, to the point that many of them are disappearing. FEWER ... ENTREPRENEURS 800 self-employed workers a day on average left the system in July. 13,000 shops are likely to disappear by the end of this year, according to Uatae forecasts. The statistics show that in the past four years an average of 22 shops have closed ... 11,537 shops have closed in the past year. There is no sign of this improving, because Uatae predicts that by the end of December this year around 13,000 businesses will have gone, so the trend is expected to continue. This is of particular concern