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11:48

Local

"Everything has changed since the coronavirus pandemic struck"

Tony Bryant

...returned to work, leaving us short-staffed once more. Why are you currently struggling to find new volunteers? Everything has changed since the coronavirus pandemic struck. A large proportion of our volunteers were senior citizens and retirees. Some

12:19

National

Spain data shows highest daily cases since early May, before lockdown was eased

melchor sáiz pardo

A daily rise in infections in Spain of a third was announced on Thursday afternoon, a rate of percentage increase not seen since the start of the pandemic in March. On Thursday there were 971 new cases on the previous day through positive PCR ... test results, up 33 per cent on Wednesday’s figure of 730. This was the highest total daily increase since early May, before lockdown was eased. On Friday the new case figure had fallen slightly but remained high at 922. Once again, the northern

20:00

National

Quarterly EAPS data: rise in jobless due to a fall in seasonal work

NURIA TRIGUERO

More insight into the effect of the pandemic on local and national jobless totals emerged this week with the publication of the government's quarterly Economically Active Population Survey (EAPS). The EAPS measures who is in and out of work, and is c

17:46

What to do

The rhythm of Jamaica comes to Torremolinos

tony bryant

One of Malaga’s most established reggae bands will bring its trench town rock to Torremolinos next month. Formed in the early 1990 as Raza Reggae, the band changed its name to the 1213 Reggae Band and has since built up a strong following on the

13:32

Local

Notable increase in wet wipes in Malaga's sewage systems since lockdown began

Francisco JIMÉNEZ

Sewage plant operators in Malaga province have reported an increase in wet wipes present in waste water systems since the coronavirus crisis began. Malaga's provincial authority, the Diputación, which manages a number of sewage plants in smaller ... towns in inland Malaga through a consortium, has reported a "notable increase" since the lockdown began in mid-March. Unlike toilet paper, which decomposes in a matter of hours, wet wipes take up to two weeks to biodegrade. They are one of the main

16:39

Opinion

Ask me no questions

Mark Nayler

...has to be debated and voted on by Congress within thirty days. Sánchez's minority government, 21 seats short of a majority even with coalition partner Podemos, has used these emergency measures several times since coming to power in June 2018. In some

12:08

Local

Possible solution for "eyesore" hotels in Benalmádena Costa

Tony Bryant

...currently under a bankruptcy order. Mayor of Benalmádena Víctor Navas chaired a meeting with members of his council last week to discuss the future of the hotel complex, which has deteriorated since closing in 2008 after the official receivers were called

23:53

Sport

Malaga still winless after the restart following goalless draw in Lugo

henry flynn

Cifu who forced another save after a nice run forward. Midway through the second period, Sadiku – the only Malaga player to score since the season restart (two in four games) – went close with a powerful shot and then a header which glanced past the

00:48

Sport

Malaga spark into life with victory against Girona

henry flynn

Despite losing captain Adrián to a red card in the closing exchanges, goals in each half from Cifu and Armando Sadiku were enough to help Malaga to their first win since Segunda action resumed - a 2-0 victory over Girona at La Rosaleda on Sunday ... fightback, as they held on for their first victory since 23 February (against Racing Santander), taking a step closer to Segunda safety in the process.

11:08

Gibraltar

Gibraltar border reopens to official residents on both sides

Debbie Bartlett

Official residents of Gibraltar and Spain are now able to cross the border again, following direct contact between the chief minister of Gibraltar, Fabian Picardo, and the Spanish Interior Minister, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, as announced by the Gibra

15:13

Local

Survivors mark 83 years since the Desbandá

matías Stuber

Survivors, their families and politicians gathered at the Peñon del Cuervo in La Cala del Moral last Saturday to mark 83 years since the Desbandá, the name given to the flight of thousands of people from Malaga on 8 February 1937 as Franco's troops