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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

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

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

11:43

Local

Red Cross opens new branch in Torremolinos town centre

Tony Bryant

...more centrally located and offers access to those with reduced mobility. The opening of the new centre, situated in Avenida Sorolla, was attended by the town's mayor, José Ortiz, along with the president of Cruz Roja Málaga, Luis Utrilla, and the

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.

14:07

Gibraltar

Gibraltar government advises residents not to travel to Spain

Debbie Bartlett

Things have been changing very rapidly in Gibraltar this week, as the government keeps up to date with developments regarding the coronavirus situation. On Wednesday, the government advised those over 70 and anyone with chronic health conditions ... visits from cruise ships have been stopped. Bus service One measure which was introduced early was to ban those aged 60+ from using the local bus service, in order to protect the elderly who are at risk from the illness. This is about to change. With

10:57

National

Coronavirus crisis: emergency decree bans all non-essential movement

Paula de las Heras / Melchor Sáiz-Pardo

...workplace; to return home from a workplace; to care for elderly people, children, dependents, people with disabilities or those who are specially vulnerable; trips to banks; force majeure or a situation of necessity or "any other activity whose essential

14:32

Local

More family doctors' strikes for later in November are announced

JUAN SOTO

GPs and paediatricians in Malaga province are to step up their industrial action. Some doctors are calling for more time to see patients and better working conditions. At a meeting on Monday, those supporting stoppages decided to change their

12:21

Local

Villa Padierna joins the world’s biggest association of luxury hotels

Héctor BARBOTTA

...markets as well as those of some European countries which until now have been difficult to reach. It will also help to attract more group and conference business at times of year when fewer tourists visit the area. It is not easy to become part of The ... Leading Hotels. An anonymous inspection is carried out by an independent auditing company and membership is only possible for those who receive an 85 per cent satisfaction rating or higher. The inspectors, who book as genuine clients, evaluate their

14:49

Opinion

The Seine old song

Peter Edgerton

...borders and, often, continents with their stirring renditions of carefully selected ballads. As I'm sure you'll have seen in the news, Charles Aznavour died this week aged 94. He was also one of those international crooners that everybody liked, even

17:04

Local

New British supermarket set to open in Mijas by the end of March

JUAN SOTO

...well-established Iceland stores on the Costa. Like at Iceland, all staff at The Food Co's store selling Tesco brands will speak English and all labels will be in English. The firm is hiring both full-time and part-time English-speaking staff. Those interested

17:49

Sport

Sport another Covid-19 casualty as fixtures are postponed for two weeks

SERGIO CORTÉS / BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...football as a preventive measure against the spread of the coronavirus. This update came just two days after La Liga announced that games in Spain's top two divisions would be played behind closed doors, limiting those allowed inside stadiums to 100

14:24

Opinion

Planet in advance

Peter Edgerton

...rains molten iron out there, which would almost certainly mean the local supermarkets couldn't get away with selling those little three-euro umbrellas when the weather turns bad. It really is amazing what human beings are capable of - at both ends of

16:46

Local

Marbella to reduce road tax for low-polluting vehicles

Mónica Pérez

With the seemingly unstoppable rise in car numbers in Marbella, the town hall is attempting to incentivise the purchase of 'greener' vehicles with the introduction of discounts of up to 75 per cent on road tax (Impuesto de Circulación). As part of

14:56

Travel

Menorca: The Insider Guide

Andrew Forbes

STAY: Torralbenc Hotel & Vineyards Forget manic sightseeing and instead immerse yourself in Menorcan island life at this traditional 19th-century farmstead, now reimagined as a characterful rural hotel with gourmet restaurant, spa, and now a bo