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21:00

Local

Ericsson bans its 200 staff from PTA tech park over coronavirus fears

francisco gutiérrez / ángel escalera

...upset,” said one employee. Meanwhile, groups of Costa pupils on study trips to Italy have been cutting short their visits because of the outbreak of coronavirus in the north of the country. February is a popular time for schools to take pupils away and

17:21

Local

Costa water consumption per person is the highest in all Andalucía

Héctor Barbotta

The average water consumption per person on the Costa del Sol is ten times the regional average, according to a report published by the Accounting Chamber of Andalucía. The study, though published last week, refers to 2015 and shows the average on ... the western Costa is 1,223 litres per person per day (compared to 132 across Spain and 124 across Andalucía). The provider for the area, Acosol, however, says that the figure is closer to 290 as the study doesn't take into account the water 'sold' to

15:37

Education

British universities to showcase their wares at Malaga study fair

SUR IN ENGLISH

Students considering the option of taking a degree course at a British university will find all the information they need under one roof in Malaga next week. Representatives from around 30 universities will be taking part in the Study UK fair

13:55

Local

Archaeological dig set to get under way in Malaga's Plaza de la Merced

JESÚS HINOJOSA

The demolition of the derelict Astoria and Victoria cinemas in Malaga's picturesque Plaza de la Merced, where Picasso's birthplace is, is now complete. The large plot of land that has opened up new views of the Moorish Alcazaba to tourists is being p

17:24

Local

Contract granted for beach erosion study in Marbella

Nieves Castro

The regional Ministry for Ecological Transition has authorised Betancourt Ingenieros S.L.P. to start planning solutions to end the erosion of Marbella's beaches. The company has been granted 42,428 euros and a deadline of eight months to carry out

14:54

LifeStyle

The sweetest killer

FERMÍN APEZTEGUÍA

...ageing society. “All these illnesses pose a risk for human health which is even greater than infections,” warned the United Nations back in 2011. “Sugar is as dangerous as tobacco and alcohol. It kills, but it does so slowly.” A study published in

11:04

Local

Fuengirola studies opening Torreblanca remains to the public

IVAN GELIBTER

The mayor of Fuengirola, Ana Mula, has said the council is studying the possibility of opening the Roman remains known as the Termas de Torreblanca to the general public. An archaeological study to determine more precisely the period to which the

12:01

Local

A study confirms that enough traffic would use a second eastern ring road round Malaga

JESÚS HINOJOSA

A new eastern ring road around Malaga city and the Rincón de la Victoria area would be used by enough traffic to justify its construction and it could even be financed through toll fees, says a study carried out for Malaga council to analyse whether ... the new bypasses planned two years ago would be viable. The study, carried out by the Madrid consulting firm Trn Taryet, came up with positive results for the two stretches which were deemed to be a priority in 2017. One, 28 kilometres in length, ... would link the eastern bypass at Chilches with the second ring road, east of the junction with Las Pedrizas toll motorway. The study predicts that it would be used by 37,991 vehicles a day if it opened by 2027. The analysis also predicted demand if

20:44

LifeStyle

Study in Malaga links obesity to anxiety and depression

Ángel Escalera

A Malaga biomedical research body has linked obesity to anxiety and depression. The study by nutritionists at Ibima, which is linked to Malaga university and the city's two main hospitals, was published in the Scientific Reports journal, part of the ... Nature group. Its main finding is that there is a possible link between the inflammation of body fat tissue and some types of mental illness, such as anxiety and depression. The study looked at obese and non-obese people. Obesity, despite being often