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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

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,

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