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13:33

Gibraltar

Christmas tree recycling scheme launched on the Rock

Debbie Bartlett

Those with real Christmas trees to dispose of can do so in an environmentally-friendly manner by taking them to the Civic Amenities Facility in Europa Advance Road. The trees, which would not survive in the local climate if planted, will be

14:56

Sport

Six medals in a successful week for Spanish athletics

MIGUEL OLMEDA

A third-place finish overall capped off a successful European Indoor Championships for the Spanish contingent. With three golds, one silver and a bronze on Sunday, in addition to Óscar Husillos' silver on Saturday in the 400 metres, Spain finished on

17:43

Travel

Sustainable travel

Andrew Forbes

...bedside. This is no longer acceptable. I favour properties, like many in Mallorca, that offer filtered water in reusable glass bottles. The same is true with plastic straws - refuse them. As for those little bottles of shampoo and conditioner in the hotel ... bathroom, well their days are numbered. Much as I like those cute, chic branded amenities, they are an environmental no-no. I see more and more hotels using refillable containers. Some are really creative, providing locally-made ceramic dispensers. The

11:16

LifeStyle

Clothes and toys go to those most in need over Christmas

Jennie Rhodes

Lux Mundi Fuengirola and Torre del Mar received donations of women's and men's clothing as well as children's toys over the Christmas period. The donations were distributed to homeless people in the area who use the centres' weekly soup kitchens a

20:58

Local

Discounted rate for new 'autónomos' to be extended to two years

M. D. TORTOSA

Regional president Juanma Moreno announced on Wednesday that the discounted 60-euro monthly rate for new 'autónomos' (self-employed) will be extended for the first two years. Introduced under Mariano Rajoy's premiership, the initiative initially ap

17:44

Travel

What impact will Brexit have on travel within the EU and to the UK?

Andrew Forbes

...uprated. You can also still exchange your driving licence until the end of 2020 without taking a test. "Those rights will be protected for as long as you live in Spain, provided that you are legally resident here by the end of 2020. So, as ever, my key

13:25

Opinion

The right change?

Rachel Haynes

...emitting signals and symbols that caught the attention of some of those undecided change-seekers. Vox, described as very right wing at the best and fascist at the worst, managed to touch nerves that brought them a success that even they had never ... Those who chose to give the right-wing groups (from centre to far) a chance will be waiting for promises to be kept. Those who remained undecided and stayed at home probably wish they hadn't.

14:49

Local

No end to wave of attacks on refuse bins

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Police in Vélez-Málaga have been unable to catch those behind the recent wave of vandalism which has seen refuse containers burned and tipped over there and in Torre del Mar. Eight more were vandalised last week and although local police said

17:38

Opinion

John Bogle - Visionary or agent provocateur

JEREMY BLATCH

...putting the interests of others above those or himself. Had he chosen to make Vanguard a for-profit company he would have amassed a fortune. But he didn't, preferring to create a company that would ensure investors got what they paid for. He was both a

13:55

Local

Lux Mundi call for wool donations for shawls

Jennie Rhodes

Lux Mundi Torre del Mar has launched an appeal asking for donations of wool or knitted and crocheted squares to make waistcoats and shawls for homeless people and those in wheelchairs, ready for next winter. Donations can be taken to the

12:30

LifeStyle

"The ageing population means that more palliative care will be necessary"

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...work with the patients every day. It is often said that research needs good questions, and those with the most important questions are the professionals who are at the patients' bedsides every day. We have to be receptive to know how the patients and ... important for them... at Cudeca we have been working for months on a conversation guide for those whose illness is at an advanced stage. It's difficult for us as well, but if we want to attend to the patients in the way they wish us to, we have to ask them. ... necessary, because the population is getting older and there will be many deaths as a result of illnesses, whether cancer, organ deficiencies or neurological illnesses. We want to work on those lines to identify the most complex situations. Pain control, for

18:12

Opinion

Scrum dancing

Peter Edgerton

...in an hour what you do in a week and, oftentimes, not making a very good fist of it at that. (Those corners that go straight from boot to crowd behind the goal, for example. Good God. You've had all week to practise that one kick, you fool - try to

18:07

Opinion

The emotion of Brexit

JOSÉ M. DE AREILZA

In a few hours' time, a member State - the second strongest economy and first military power - will pull out of the European integration project. Nobody wins with this split. And those who will be most frustrated by it in the future will, no doubt,

15:03

Opinion

Not-for profit fund management

JEREMY BLATCH

...sector in the proportion that they are held by size of capitalisation. An NFP approach allows the company to offer their index funds at a cost on average 70% below those of other management groups in the industry. Another NFP is The Teachers Insurance ... substantially. When evaluating an NFP investment manager, investors have the comfort of knowing that their interests are aligned with those of the management company. For-profit managers' interests are not aligned with the investor. Investors face a daunting

10:46

Gibraltar

Upskirting to be made a criminal offence

Debbie Bartlett

...offence which could result in a jail sentence of up to two years, and those convicted will be placed on a sex offenders register. The law will cover all situations in which a photo is taken for the purpose of obtaining sexual gratification, causing ... humiliation, distress or alarm. Gibraltar's Minister of Justice, Neil Costa, who describes upskirting as "despicable behaviour", says the new law will ensure that those who violate somebody else in this way can be prosecuted.

12:30

Local

Vandals cause damage to the Real de Zaragoza dune area

Nieves Castro

...ecological reserve, and vandalism is nothing new. "It happens every summer," says the association's spokeswoman, Susanne Stamm, "but this is the first time they have attacked this part." Pro Dunas is calling on the town hall to fine those responsible and

12:30

National

A rollercoaster four years for Brits in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

Sánchez announced a Royal Decree which guaranteed customs procedures, access to Spanish healthcare, residency rights for those living in Spain legally, even in the case of a no-deal. UK government funding was freed up and a series of Brexit pop-up ... those fighting for citizens' rights paid off and Brits legally resident in the EU and vice versa retain their rights to healthcare, pensions, residency and working arrangements according to the Withdrawal Act which comes into force tonight.