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10:31

Local

Forest firefighter: 'We know that we are risking our lives'

ALBERTO GOMEZ

Ildefonso has been working as a forest firefighter since 1988 but has never been involved in such a "complex" fire before. First, because the area is full of scattered houses: "In the middle of the mountain you find houses and that greatly ... complicates the tasks of extinction." Added to that is the wind, the orography and "how dirty the mountains are, because I don't know if they had been cleared by grazing," says Ildefonso. José Carlos, a fellow Infoca firefighter, who joined in 1992, points ... out: "The first thing is to safeguard lives and then comes the protection of the mountains." They both come from Jaén and are staying at the Benarrabá hostel with the rest of their colleagues. They rest there after working days that usually last

18:46

Local

Hope that Spain's government will declare a 'catastrophe zone' after the Sierra Bermeja fire

EUROPA PRESS

The president of the Malaga Provincial Council, Francisco Salado, has said that he hopes central government will declare the area seriously affected by the Sierra Bermeja fire as a 'catastrophe zone'. At its height the blaze, which has burned for ... extinguised, and allowed the last of the evacuated residents to return to the affected area, while it continues to work on the extinction tasks. Salado has said that the provincial council has made its technicians available to the municipalities affected by ... adding that an urgent assessment of the damage must be carried out "because I hope that the Government declares this area as a catastrophe zone and the villages present claims for those damages." Salado also announced the creation of an emergency

11:13

National

The price of electricity in Spain continues to spiral: jumping another 9% in a day

SUR / AGENCIES

...will be registered during various time slots of the day (from 3am to 6am and from 4pm to 6pm), when it will drop to 180 euros. The price per megawatt hour this Thursday will be 268 per cent higher than that of the same day last year, when it ... already approved a ‘shock’ plan so that this lack of control in the wholesale prices is not transferred to the bills that consumers receive, with the aim that this year, average bills should not exceed the amounts paid in 2018. The reduction of IVA sales ... tax to 10 per cent, the suspension of the 7 per cent tax on electricity generation, and the reduction of the electricity tax to 0.5 per cent are some of the measures undertaken. However, there are forecasts that the wholesale prices will continue to

13:18

Local

Casares mayor reassures that right now 'there is no danger' in the town from the Sierra Bermeja fire

EUROPA PRESS

The mayor of Casares, José Carrasco, has explained this Monday (13 September) that, right now, the Sierra de Bermeja fire is well away from the town, so "there is no danger." Firefighters continue their battle against the fire which is still ... the mayor of Casares has detailed that the fire in the municipality is mainly in the southern area of Sierra Bermeja, an area that faces the coast but "right now there is no danger at all" to the town. But he has also spoken of another point, where ... the municipality adjoins Genalguacil, where "it is entering the town a bit", but "they are working with powerful machinery and with great efforts." "There is a danger that it could advance towards the town.They are trying to contain it, but we are

18:29

What to do

The place that Esperanza Gómez-Carrera calls home

Cristina Pinto

...since 2014, so this return is a reason for celebration and that is why she has called the show Times That Were Awaiting Me (Beyond Words). The exhibition is taking place at La Casa Amarilla. From the entrance to this small gallery you can see a large ... opening, Esperanza never stopped smiling and couldn't hide her joy at being home again. "I love Malaga, that's why these are the wonderful times that awaited me, the times when I am truly happy in my own city," she said. Books fill the room but the ... designed specifically for La Casa Amarilla (Calle Santos, 7) and it can be visited until 26 September. Esperanza has been preparing for it for the past 18 months. "There are 29 works created especially for this exhibition, apart from two or three that I

11:09

Local

Claims that almost one in five cancers have gone undetected because of the pandemic

ALBERTO GOMEZ

...are many people out there (he points to a window) who have cancer without knowing it." In a recent report, Spain’s Ministry of Health recognises "a reduction in diagnoses" that it attributes to several causes derived from the pandemic: the suspension ... express what is happening to them on the phone. There are symptoms that seem mild, such as back pain or fatigue, which may be something else. She knows what she is talking about: she started working with the association three decades ago, before she was ... diagnosed with breast cancer herself. Early detection Although in recent years the stigmas that the disease carries have been removed, the word still falls like a stone on patients. And many of them, since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, have had to

11:39

National

The Junta sets a date for the possible 'return to normality' in Andalucía

ROSSEL APARICIO

But, when could normality be restored and the restrictions in Andalucía be dropped? As Bendodo explained, the World Health Organization (WHO) links the word "normality" to a cumulative incidence rate of 25 and said that Andalucía, which is going "at a ... good pace", could achieve that figure in just two weeks. “The number is dropping at a very significant rate. We have dropped below 100, and we are at 98. If we go at this rate, hopefully we can reach the figure of 25 by the next meeting of the ... committee of experts", he said," although always watching for a variant that may complicate the situation for us, as it happened in June.” Regarding a possible relaxation of the current measures in force to control the coronavirus pandemic, Bendodo said

18:51

Local

Rare pinsapo trees 'continue to be a green island within the general black of the Sierra Bermeja'

JUAN CANO

One of the objectives that the Infoca brigade set for itself in its fight against the Sierra Bermeja fire was to save the Los Reales forest, located between Genalguacil, Estepona and Casares, which is home to rare pinsapo Spanish fir trees. This ... commander explained that the adult Spanish firs are “for the most part saved, but those that are mixed with pines have been more affected.” The Minister of Agriculture, Carmen Crespo, announced that they are going to study the area and promised to