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19:18

Opinion

Appy days are 'ere again

Peter Edgerton

...happens, I look on, aghast, wondering why they didn't avoid the whole rigmarole and its corresponding loss of dignity and simply ask someone what song was playing. Apparently more than two hundred million people per month around the globe use Shazam to ... interspersed with adverts for carpets and sofas until the listeners' brains turn to apricot blancmange. Then, we have the radio stations that do employ presenters but they're of the belief that their vacuous witterings are of greater import than information

15:11

Local

Police stop house party attended by more than 100 people in Benalmádena villa

juan cano / Álvaro Frías

Organisers of a house party attended by more than 100 people in Benalmádena Pueblo last Saturday night are facing a fine of up to 600,000 euros after police shut down the gathering. Officers tried to identify as many people as possible but around ... the owner of the villa, have been accused of a serious violation of Covid-19 regulations. These stipulate that holding an event that puts at risk the health of more than 100 people could lead to fines varying between 60,001 and 600,000 euros.

14:45

LifeStyle

13 November 2002: The biggest environmental disaster in Spain's history

Alekk M. Saanders

...about 210 kilometres from the Spanish coast. It is believed that over 50,000 tonnes of crude oil were released into the water. More than 1,300 kilometres of coastline, mainly in the region of Galicia, were polluted. As a consequence, the Galician

12:45

LifeStyle

"Further restrictions or another lockdown in winter time would be worse than before"

MATÍAS STUBER

...of countries, I have no objection. The problem this year is related to the pandemic. Due to the lockdown in March, people have enjoyed fewer hours of sunshine than normal. When the hour changes at this time of year, the days get shorter. Because of ... names? There is no specific scientific reason. I understand it is that way because the time changes before the start of summer and the start of winter. Nothing more than that. Are we human beings guided by daylight? Absolutely. Our biological ... helps us to sleep. So how does the change in the hour affect our rest? The change to summer time has a greater effect than the change to winter time. When we go into summer time, we sleep an hour less. Sleeping less can lead to irritability and

16:28

Local

Family reunited with pet dog that went missing more than two years ago

IGNACIO LILLO

Yorkshire terrier that disappeared more than two and a half years ago. "Me or my eldest daughter would always take him out on a lead to a football pitch behind the house, where he loved to play with a ball," she said. But on 27 February 2018, she opened

20:38

Local

Passengers land at Malaga Airport armed with negative Covid test results

Ivan Gelibter

Vestland, Trøndelag and Troms og Finnmark), Netherlands, Poland, Portuga (except the Azores), Romania, Sweden. Non-EU countries(14-day case rate per 100,000 inhabitants of more than 150): Albania, Andorra, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Bahrein, Belize, Bosnia

13:40

Opinion

Covid times

ANDREW J. LINN

...reluctance to identify these alleged professionals, so we are subject to streams of diktats that often have no logic or rationality. Although media headlines usually run something like, 'Why country x is handling the epidemic better than country y', ... justifications are never convincing. If x closes its bars at midnight and y closes them an hour earlier, is there any proof that one of these measures is better than the other? Nor is there conformity on government aid. In France all hostelry employees were