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16:12

LifeStyle

3 July 2005: Same-sex marriage law comes into effect in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

...respectively. They were married on 11 July in Madrid. They had been together for 30 years. According to a recent survey, 83 per cent of Spaniards are in favour of gay marriage. However, only 74 per cent of those asked were in favour of same-sex couples

18:31

LifeStyle

What exactly goes into all those sweets?

ELENA MARTÍN

...directives do not apply to intrinsic sugars, in other words those present in whole, fresh fruit and vegetables, but they do apply to juices, which some sweets contain. The Spanish Royal Decree 348/2011, which regulates the quality and composition of these ... says. The recipes vary between the brands of sweets, but their labels all say they contain "sugar or added sweeteners". The latter are those that appear with the letter E followed by a number, such as sorbitol (E-420) or saccharine (E-954). With

19:56

National

Arrivals from the UK into Spain will not have to quarantine

Daryl Finch

Travellers arriving from the UK will not have to undergo a two-week quarantine when they arrive in Spain, Foreign minister Arancha González Laya confirmed to the BBC on Saturday. On 8 June, the British government imposed a 14-day quarantine on trav

11:32

National

ERTE furloughing scheme could run to September on same terms as now, government says

LUCÍA PALACIOS

The government's ERTE furloughing scheme looks set to continue until the end of September, at least for those firms that still need it. The Minister for Work, Yolanda Díaz, said on Thursday the government had made an offer to unions and business ... representatives to extend the same eligibility as now when the current scheme runs out at the end of June. The ability to extend ERTEs would apply to firms in all sectors hit, not just those still worst affected. The minister said the same favourable terms,

12:04

National

Government loans via banks to help those struggling with rent

SUR

More details have been given of government-backed loans, to be made available via banks, for those who cannot pay their rent due to the economic crisis. The so-called ICO loans will be given for up to six monthly rent payments of up to 900 euros

15:53

Sport

The supply teacher

Rob Palmer

...struggling Celta Vigo, a sulky Luis Suárez gave a cryptic quote: "Away from home, we're dropping important points that we didn't usually drop in other seasons. I think that's why coaches are there, to analyse those situations." It was classic buck-passing. ... the accountants to devise a transfer policy based on a profit and loss sheet. Clearly neither player has a current transfer value close to those figures but then again this is a club that paid 120 million euros for Antoine Griezmann in the summer who

20:35

LifeStyle

People smoked considerably more during the lockdown period

Ángel Escalera

Tobacco is like a very effective spider's web: it traps those who fall into its net and doesn't let them go. It is the addictive power of nicotine that makes it so hard to stop smoking, especially in exceptional situations such as the one we have ... as 40 per cent of those who took part said they had smoked more since the pandemic began and the state of alarm came into force and obliged them to stay at home. Those who admit to being habitual smokers said they had been smoking twice as much as ... believes something similar occurred during the weeks of confinement. "Being shut in has a negative repercusssion, because it causes feelings of anxiety, stress and anguish. To combat those sensations, people increase the amount of cigarettes they smoke,"

14:22

Opinion

The big stats race

Rachel Haynes

...ground and even overtakes Spain at a point that varies depending on which way the judges are looking. Everyone has known that the figures have never been exact. We all know of people who have had symptoms identical to those of Covid-19 but never had the ... the Johns Hopkins University, among others, has kept us so busy we've put up a barrier to protect us from the drama behind each and every one of those numbers. Thousands of families have been grieving without being able to gather together to bid

16:07

Opinion

In all but name

Mark Nayler

...authorities seem similarly unwilling to use this dreaded term. In the Bank of Spain's latest address on Covid this week, the dirty word wasn't employed directly, but it was lurking just behind those that were. The Bank recommended the adoption of a medium-term

12:13

Local

More than 30,000 furloughed local workers have yet to receive payment

NURIA TRIGUERO

...had arrived. Normally, those who had not received it would have had to wait another month, until 10 June in this case, but given the dramatic situation many families are in, with no income for two months, SEPE has now set up a way for them to be paid ... the payments to the banks as soon as they are authorised, either on a daily basis or every few days, so those expecting them will receive them as soon as possible during this month. This will be done automatically. Also, given that the number of new

15:32

Local

Twenty-one people arrested for organising cockfights in Malaga

efe

Twenty-one people have been arrested by the National Police in Malaga for alleged animal cruelty following their apparent involvement in the organisation of clandestine cockfights that were taking place despite the state of alarm. Those arrested, ... all Spanish nationals, were picked up on 11 April during a cockfight at which 32 people were in attendance, within just fifty square metres. All of those attending were fined for lockdown breaches.

19:51

Local

Fury over defective face masks given to local health workers

Ángel Escalera

There has been outrage among healthcare professionals in Malaga this week after it came to light that thousands of defective protective face masks had been sent to frontline health workers across Andalucía. Around 2,500 staff at the Hospital Clínic

13:36

LifeStyle

'Puerto Banús is for fun, beautiful people who know how to enjoy life'

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Since its ostentatious opening on 18 May 1970, the luxury marina Puerto José Banús has become a jet-set playground framed with world renowned designer boutiques, stylish bars and restaurants and glamorous nightclubs. The legendary Marbella restaurate

15:46

LifeStyle

How to deal with psychological effects of the lockdown

ROSSEL APARICIO

...have a huge emotional impact on people. Even for those who normally enjoy being at home, enforced isolation can be a bit of a struggle, and adults are more vulnerable than children because they are the ones who have to deal with the psychological

11:41

Local

Volunteers deliver free meals to those in need on Christmas Day

Ash Bolton

A team of volunteers helped dish out some Christmas cheer by delivering free meals to those facing the day alone. Louise Jones and her family led a team of 10 volunteers to deliver 33 festive dinners to people who otherwise wouldn't have had a