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"Abusive" minimum service requirements reduce effects of first strike days

Ángel Escalera

The regional Health authority claimed this week that just 13% of primary healthcare workers (GPs and paediatricians) went on strike on Monday and Tuesday this week, the first two days of ongoing action called to express the professionals' ... Ya protest group, however, said that in reality 63 per cent of doctors had supported the strike and accused the authority of "twisting the figures". The union and protest group also complained that prior to the strike days, the authority had ... established compulsory minimum services that were "abusive", as high as 50, 60 or 70 per cent in some health centres. This, they argued, prevented many doctors from joining the strike and reduced the impact of the action. "There were more doctors on duty in



Traditional Christmas foodie event plagued by political controversy

Eugenio Cabezas

Torrox's annual Día de las Migas, which is held on the last Sunday before Christmas every year, has been plagued with political controversy ahead of this year's event. The town's cleaning company has threatened to strike over salary and working ... hours during the weekend of 15 and 16 December, coinciding with the fiesta. In addition to the strike, opposition councillors and some residents have demanded that the poster advertising the day be taken down as they say two of the characters featured



Strikes threaten airlines' profits amid surge in fuel prices


...seems only the US and Far Eastern markets have escaped the strike threats. In Europe, Vueling has been at the centre of the first major industrial action by an airline this year in Spain, with two days of partial strikes by pilots at the end of April ... dispute is Air France. The company has seen 13 days of stoppages since February with an average of 25 per cent of its flights being cancelled and 300 million euros in lost revenue. There are two more strike days planned and the airline's chief executive



Doctors hope to 'rebuild' the public health service with strike

Ángel Escalera

The upcoming strike to be held by family doctors and paediatricians across Malaga province is the first step in rebuilding the public health service, according to Carlos Bautista, head of the 'Basta ya' group calling for better conditions for health ... service workers and services for their patients. Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, Bautista said: "We hope that we don't have to strike at all but if we cannot reach an agreement then the strike will go ahead, with all of the consequences it ... will bring." The strike, called by the SMM medical union, will see partial stoppages on 16, 22, 23, 24, 29 and 30 October, with threats for the strike to continue into November if their demands are not met. The main demands centre around staff



Stormy weather returns to the Costa del Sol

Jesús hinojosa / María García

Yunquera, the rain caused a landslide, carrying earth and debris onto the road. The Los Llanitos and El Herrizo areas were cut off, affecting more than a dozen families for over three hours. Lightning strikes The majority of the calls to emergency



Doctors at Costa health centres to go on strike over calls for more staff

Ángel Escalera

...paediatric doctors have said they can't wait for extra staff any longer and will start strikes from 15 October. There will be stoppages for four hours during the morning surgery and four hours in the afternoon. Doctors will down tools from 11am to 3pm and ... enough) said, " The situation is unsustainable. It's been a bad summer because of the lack of locum staff. The SAS health service hasn't listened to our requests. Unhappiness among doctors is getting worse. The strike is the only way out and to get the ... authorities to see our discontent." He added that emergency treatment in the centres during the strikes will be guaranteed. Minimum services are also expected to be maintained in normal surgeries during the stoppages. 'Basta ya' and the SMM medical union



Thousands support Women's Day strike and demonstrations


Yesterday, 8 March, International Women's Day, saw some of the biggest demonstrations and rallies in recent years in Spain. Women all over the country had been called to join a “feminist” strike, with the main unions supporting a two-hour stoppage ... and others calling a 24-hour strike. According to trade unions, more than five million workers went on strike across the country calling for equality, without which, as many banners read in demonstrations throughout the day, “there can be no ... freedom”. Malaga city centre on Thursday.FERNANDO GONZÁLEZ New equality law to introduce fines for discrimination Gibraltar's first female Acting Chief Minister takes the helm “The strike is a turning point in the feminist campaign for equality,”



England stun Spain and throw Nations League group wide open

Daryl Finch

A win would have eased Spain through to the next phase of the inaugural UEFA Nations League, but England had other ideas on Monday night as Gareth Southgate's side picked up a shock 3-2 win at the Estadio Benito Villamarín in Seville. Spain's new-l



The dream is over

Daryl Finch

...the perfect start, placing his freekick into the top corner in the fifth minute but despite this, confidence didn't flow and a meek strike from Harry Kane in the 30th minute, one-on-one with the goalkeeper, was to be England's only other attempt on



Ryanair cancels 400 flights from Spain during strikes planned on 25 and 26 July

Pilar Martínez

strike over pay and working conditions forcing the low-cost airline to cancel 200 flights, out of the 830 a day it was due to run, from Spain on each of the two days. Flight cancellations and delays: what are your rights? Across Europe, the strikes ... received, it said, then people should go to the airport as normal as the flight will be running. Ryanair has denied that working conditions for its crews in Spain, Belgium and Portugal are bad and has said it has done all it can to avoid the strikes



Ryanair cabin crew in four European countries called to strike on 25 and 26 July


Ryanair cabin crew in four countries, including Spain, announced in Brussels on Thursday that they will go on strike on 25 and 26 July. The action comes after unions failed to obtain a commitment from the airline to apply the conditions ... conditions. The stoppages will be carried out in all four countries, announced the unions Sitcpla and USO (Spain); SNVPAC (Portugal); UIL (Italy) and CNE (Belgium). The USO explained that more than 1,800 Ryanair cabin crew have been called to strike in ... day of the strike in Spain. "Ryanair must apply the national legislation to the crew's contracts," said a Sitcpla representative on Thursday, adding that the airline should "incorporate the European values of dignity and respect". The president of



Last-minute agreement means no strike in the Malaga hospitality sector

Pilar Martínez

The tourism sector in Malaga breathed a huge sigh of relief when agreement was reached in the early hours of Tuesday morning which meant that there would not, after all, be a strike by hotel staff and bar and restaurant workers during the peak ... possibilities with a view to advancement. The agreement will also remain in force for five years before being reviewed. The president of the Aehcos hotel association on the Costa del Sol, Luis Callejón Suñé, is very pleased that the words 'Kellys' and 'strike ... Javier Frutos, congratulated all involved for overcoming their differences and calling off the strike which would have had such a negative effect on tourism. Now that the spectre of the strike is no longer hanging over it, the sector is looking forward to



Unions plan summer of strikes in hotels and restaurants on Costa


Tourists on the Costa del Sol this summer could meet with empty reception desks and closed restaurants as strike action moves closer. Trade unions in the hotel and hospitality sector announced on Thursday that they will call for four periods of ... could be the best summer ever for tourism could be remembered as the worst”. Luis Callejón, of Aehcos, said the strike would be a mistake as the workers “have the best agreement in Spain”, and it would be hard to explain “to working families that need



Trawler fishermen in Malaga province to go on strike over changes

Agustín peláez

Trawler boats in Malaga province will be grounded on 15 June as the fishing industry in Andalucía and Valencia will be striking against cuts and changes to the conditions of bottom fishing which have been proposed by the European Commission's agricul



Costa del Sol hotel and restaurant strike draws closer as unions and bosses fail to agree


Trade unions representing workers in the hotel and restaurant sector on the Costa del Sol will consider summer strike action if bosses do not agree to their demands by next Tuesday. Negotiators for some 85,000 employees in the hospitality sector ... crisis”. “I don't think a strike would do anyone any good and nobody wants it,” he added. Further protests are planned outside Malaga's conference centre for today (Friday) where a national hoteliers' conference is taking place in the presence of the ... avoid a strike.



Ryanair ground staff threaten to strike on 30 December

Spain's main trade unions have said that the Ryanair ground staff in Spain will go on strike on 30 December if the company does not meet their demands for salary increases and improved conditions. In a report submitted to the mediation body SIMA, ... Italian and Portuguese pilots announced strikes. The Italians were due to stop today, 15 December, and the Irish on Wednesday 20 December.



Strike by judges and prosecutors affects over 500 Malaga city court cases


After various part-stoppages over the last few weeks, judges and public prosecutors working in courts across Malaga province took part in a national strike on Tuesday. They are asking the government for more resources and more independence. In ... Malaga city's large central court complex, more than 90 per cent of the 200 judges and prosecutors stayed away, causing more than 500 cases that were due to be heard in the building to be postponed. This is only the second strike ever recorded among these ... key court workers, the last one being in 2009. Judges' representative in Malaga, José María Páez, said that a minimum service level had been maintained for urgent cases. Explaining the causes of the nationwide strike, Páez said that there had been



Flight cancellations and delays: what are your rights?


...protests, as seen by the strike action planned by Ryanair on 25 and 26 July. In Ireland pilots with the same company, which carries more passengers to and from Malaga than any other, are planning stoppages on 20th and 24th. As if that were not enough, all ... ground crew at Spanish airports are threatening to go on strike in August, nor should we forget planned protests by air traffic controllers in France and the normal complications of air travel at the busiest time of year. The consequences of all this ... 14 days beforehand that a programmed flight had been cancelled, or if the airline can prove that the cancellation was caused by extraordinary circumstances such as political instability, meteorological conditions, security risks or strikes by



Union vows "to start World War Three" if demands aren't met despite end of taxi strike


The taxi strike that has affected holiday-season travel across most of Spain for much of the last week ended on Wednesday night after government assurances that it would address the sector's grievances in September. However a spokesperson for the ... Élite Taxi union in Barcelona, where the strike had begun, said that they would "start World War Three" if their demands weren't met by then. The industrial action, against the rise of private-hire firms like Uber and Cabify, began in Barcelona last ... the stoppage, reducing the numbers working to around half but maintaining a full service at Malaga Airport so as "not to inconvenience" travellers arriving at a peak time of year. This contrasted with a lightning strike a year ago over the same issue