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12:27

National

Spain deploys 65,000 police to enforce Easter travel restrictions

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / ÁLVARO SOTO

The Spanish government will mobilise almost 65,000 officers to police the autonomous region border controls to try and stem the spread of the coronavirus at Easter. "The limitations and restrictions are to protect public health and save lives,"

00:48

Local

Malaga souvenir shops issue plea to save struggling sector

juan soto

...for Tourist and Souvenir Businesses noted that the problems facing souvenir shops at the moment stem from confusion in how they have been officially classified. Until now, most have been registered as hardware stores or homeware shops, making them

14:28

Gibraltar

Cyber Centurion Club on STEM shortlist

Debbie Bartlett

The Bayside School Cyber Centurion Club, represented by four students from Bayside and Westside, has been shortlisted for a Stem Inspirational Award. Previous winners include BAE systems, Cisco, RAF, Siemens and the University of St Andrews, so

15:19

National

Telefónica restructure is welcomed by market

E. MARTÍNEZ

Telefónica shares surged on Thursday after it announced it was reorganising its business to stem off a decline in its value. Directors of the Spanish telco and communications giant said that in the future it would concentrate on its businesses in

14:30

LifeStyle

"Within two years stem cells will be used to help the heart recover from a heart attack"

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

The use of stem cells is opening a way to the treatment and cure of different illnesses, and this was discussed last weekend at a conference on regenerative medicine and cellular therapy in Fuengirola. The president of the Spanish Society of ... Regenerative Medicine and Cellular Therapy, Miguel Garber, says major advances have been made in the use of stem cells. Why was Fuengirola chosen again for this conference, after it took place here last year? The first conference was a success, with more ... institutions are using the stem cell base to generate medication to treat, for example, colonic fistulas in patients with Crohn's disease. It is a development which has been achieved as a result of studies done in Spain. What is still needed, and what do we

14:40

LifeStyle

"We're not asking for money, just raising awareness to find a solution"

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

stem tumour. The maximum grade is five. The technical name given to it is DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma). Cristian with Malaga football players.SUR "It was after a school activity. Cristian likes to dance and he took part in a ballet

12:25

LifeStyle

Wild Rhea

Denise Bush

...tolerant. It needs to be kept moist and placed in a situation with partial shade. It will grow happily in all soil types as long at it does not get waterlogged. Propagation is by seed or by stem cuttings in early summer.

11:08

LifeStyle

La Paz University Hospital trial to aid Butterfly Skin research

SUR IN ENGLISH

La Paz Univerity Hospital will carry out a clinical trial this year to determine how mesenchymal stem cells derived from bone barrow can be used to heal wounds caused by recessive dystrophic Epidermolysis bullosa (RDEB), a type of Butterfly Skin.

14:03

LifeStyle

Pruning Forsythia

Denise Bush Gardening hints for april

The bright yellow flowers of the Forsythia have faded heralding the time to prune. It is when the leaves start to appear that the buds for next year’s flowers start to form under the bark so the time to get the secateurs out is now. Forsythia is very

20:13

LifeStyle

A celebration of G&T and its Andalusian connections

Alekk M. Saanders

...the largest drinkers of gin in Europe. They are also known for their preference to drink gin and tonic in a special glass – 'Copa de Balon' or balloon glass. The design dates back to the 1700s. The large round glass on a stem serves two purposes. ... Firstly, it holds a lot more ice. Secondly, the stem gives you a place to hold the glass without warming the contents thereby melting the ice and diluting the drink. A Copa de Balon is recognised as perfect for drinking gin and tonics, much better than a