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10:57

National

Coronavirus crisis: emergency decree bans all non-essential movement

Paula de las Heras / Melchor Sáiz-Pardo

The Spanish government has taken drastic measures to curb the spread of coronavirus Covid-19 and declared a 'state of alarm', restricting the movement of its citizens. Measures, confirmed by Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez on Saturday evening, include

19:25

Opinion

Front line politics

Mark Nayler

Pedro Sánchez's fledgling coalition made a step in the right direction last week, managing to secure parliamentary approval for key fiscal plans. In a vote on 27 February, 168 members of congress voted for and 150 voted against the measures, which pr

15:14

LifeStyle

When you choose to live in isolation

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...she was a child, in 1936 her family had to flee from the "red virus" - Soviet communists. Her parents were Orthodox Old Believers. So they were targets for Stalin's religious persecution. Only in 1978, after being spotted from the air by a group of ... goats, three sheep and a cow and they eat the fresh grass all year round. In this way I have milk and make kefir and fresh cheese. Hens give me eggs and I bakemy own bread. I became a real peasant. It sounds like your childhood dream came true in ... Spain... Yes. Although I didn't become a biologist, I surrounded myself with animals. Even wild ones - boars, deer, hares - they all visit me from time to time. The bees are surely more than welcome. So now they live in my apiary. Moreover, as a kid I

15:21

Local

'My daughter asks me if I'm going to die'

Alberto GÓMEZ

...illness, makes her feel very emotional. "I can't get used to updating a relative and not holding their hand. You see patients crying on their own, not able to see their loved ones because they are infected. I think how many are going to die alone, and say ... people will die if I don't go". Music helps to clear her mind for a while, and Cristina admits to a particular fondness for Michael Jackson and Man in the Mirror. At the hospital, with 24-hour shifts, they have decided to eat in the ICU to reduce ... overcome with fear sometimes. We have patients who have been intubed for a long time and they are still testing positive". One young patient amazes her because she is so calm. "She knows exactly what is happening to her. I can't understand how she

17:50

Local

Puerto Banús firms fed up with landlords' price hikes

Charo MÁRQUEZ

Owners and tenants of business premises in Puerto Banús have met again in their ongoing dispute with the company that owns the concession to operate the luxury marina. They are angry at what they see as price hikes in fees to operate outdoor ... terraces, permits for vehicle access and use of other facilities. They want Marbella council to take over the operation of the public spaces in the port, which so far the town hall has refused to look into, saying it is the concession holder's

14:52

Sport

Marbella win ensures they remain only unbeaten side in Spain

julio rodríguez

...double their lead, Arribas slicing at the ball when it fell to him in the box. The hosts were stirred into action when they were again let off the hook as Ricardo Carvalho hit the bar. The equaliser came when Óscar plucked a searching ball from Redru

14:14

Opinion

Things are seldom what they seem

JEREMY BLATCH

As an investor and wealth manager, I increasingly hear from investors and advisors alike that they 'fancy' or 'like' a specific country to invest in. Over recent years, the huge growth in capital in emerging growth economies in Asia and Latin