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16:11

Local

New process launched for UK nationals registering for residency in Spain for the first time

Neil hesketh

...that Britons living in Spain used to receive to prove residency, a new photo ID biometric card, known as a TIE (tarjeta de identidad de extranjero), will be handed out to those who meet the requirements. The British Embassy in Madrid welcomed the ... that there is no obligation for those people who already hold the green residency certificate (small card or A4 version) to exchange it for the TIE. Both documents will be valid in demonstrating your residency status and rights under the Withdrawal ... [or green card], you must apply for the new TIE as soon as possible." Compulsory for new applicants For new residency applicants, without the green documentation, a new step has been introduced. Those applicants must now submit the paperwork

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

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

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

17:31

LifeStyle

How to lose weight and keep it off

TATE MCCLELLAN

...one simple reason: diets don't work! Every diet is somewhat insidious. In the beginning, the dieter usually loses several pounds with ease. But those lost pounds are often gained back fast as soon as the diet is finished. Why does this happen? ... highly active enzyme LPL ensures that fat cells are getting filled quickly. As a result, those pounds, which were lost with enormous effort, come back with a vengeance. Those who jump from one diet to another run the risk of damaging their metabolism - ... restaurants? This is much more important in the long term than counting calories. The second most important weapon (besides proper nutrition) still remains physical activity. Those extra calories you spend at first seem unimportant - one hour of dancing, for

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,

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

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

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.

15:29

National

Scotland maintains 14-day quarantine for travellers from Spain

Daryl Finch

...apply from today. In contrast, however, Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon announced a modified list on Wednesday from which Spain and Serbia were omitted. This means those travelling from Spain into Scotland will still have to self-isolate for a

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

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

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

14:16

Local

Junta appeals for "responsible" use of region's beaches

sur

Andalusians and visitors alike to act responsibly when using beaches to avoid the further spread of the coronavirus. The majority of these incidents, according to those consulted by SUR, were people not respecting the minimum distance of two metres, the use

14:54

Local

Mijas to pay out up to 6,000 euros to self-employed and small firms

Ivan Gelibter

The town hall in Mijas is to throw a lifeline to potentially thousands of local self-employed and small firms, with payouts of between 3,000 to 6,000 euros for those worst hit by coronavirus. Mayor Josele González said this week that the council ... strengthens employment in more critical sectors, with six million euros being allocated for Mijas Servicios Complementarios to find work for those at risk of social exclusion. Finally some business taxes will be waived for the rest of this year and new fiscal ... their surplus from the previous year for matters relating to the health crisis. They are also able to use another percentage for sustainable investments, in other words only those which will not need maintenance in the future. The council insists that

08:51

Local

Applause, the unifying symbol of Covid-19

SUR

Applause has become a unifying symbol of the coronavirus pandemic in Spain and other European countries. People go out onto their balconies in a sign of appreciation to the doctors, nurses and other hospital workers, as well as the police, military a

15:25

Opinion

Luis from Portugal

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

...often, especially in the press. There are many human stories being told about the pandemic, and I take a special interest in those that serve as a lesson in life and arise out of paradoxes. For example, the "angels" that "saved the life" of British ... workers in the EU, something he so vociferously opposed. The same thing applies to his alter ego DonaldTrump, who has had to bow his head and ask for help from foreign doctors and undocumented workers in the fight against Covid-19, those who until just

13:55

Local

Marbella steps up coronavirus response with large-scale disinfection

Héctor Barbotta

...inspection tasks across the municipality in pairs, informing those still on the streets that they must return to their homes and taking note of locations they deemed necessary for disinfection. For its part, Marbella town hall launched a disinfection

14:47

National

Daily Covid-19 deaths in Spain fall to lowest level since 24 March

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

...in the number of infected people with 157,022 confirmed cases. Those confirmed on Friday number 4,576, which means a daily increase of barely three per cent. This is the lowest rate of growth of the coronavirus since the outbreak of the pandemic in ... other words, 35 per cent of those who have tested positive in Spain have already managed to beat Covid-19. What has not yet been achieved is that these daily all-clears exceed the number of infections but the gap between the two had been reduced to

16:04

Local

Costa charities turn to social media and radio to help the elderly

Tony Bryant

With the lockdown now extended across Spain, many of the Costa del Sol's volunteer-run charities that cater for older English-speaking citizens are continuing to increase the services for those considered most vulnerable. Age Care and Age Concern ... have initiated numerous actions to ensure that they can continue offering support to senior citizens and those at risk. These have included chatlines, social media information platforms and daily email updates on all the current legal and administrative ... are doing what we can to help the elderly at home and those that need shopping or need to visit the hospital," spokesperson Nigel Foster explained. Emergency measures have been employed by Age Concern Marbella/San Pedro. The charity, is using local

16:41

Opinion

Don't get me wrong

Peter Edgerton

...what they're praising. It goes like this. "I love the European Union but I haven't got a clue who those blokes in glasses are who make the laws." "Blimey, that Donald Trump is a vacuous, crass and vulgar man isn't he? Tell you what though, he's

14:54

Sport

A gap opening up

Rob Palmer

Sergio Ramos and started to oversee a rebuild that relies on youthfulness and organisation. Ramos has been nothing short of magnificent in driving all those around him and setting the standards required to take titles. The old-timer has weighed in with

16:31

Opinion

What's important now

Ángel Escalera

...much too late for those who have fallen along the way. To say that nobody expected a situation like this, that it seems like something out of a science fiction novel, would be a lie. There were people warning of the danger of infectious illnesses, ... illnesses, that this type of suffering only killed people in poor countries. That was a big mistake. In serious situations like those being experienced by Spain and the rest of the world right now, the first thing we need to do is join forces to beat an ... infection which is wreaking havoc among elderly people and those who are weak, and the second is to learn the lesson so in future this will not happen again. We have to act more like ants and less like cicadas. If we don't change, we are playing with our

14:28

LifeStyle

Summer increases the risk of relapses for those addicted to drugs and gambling

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Psychiatrists warn that addictions and relapses leave signs to be detected by those around the patients, such as changes in mood, irritability and depression, reduced academic or professional performance, strange behaviour, headaches, lack of appetite or ... Manuel, who has been having treatment for five weeks after his relapse in July. Those are the words of a survivor.

18:42

Gibraltar

Jack's Law to apply to all parents whose child dies

Debbie Bartlett

The two-week bereavement leave for parents who lose a child is to be extended. The regulation originally applied to parents of children aged under 18, or those who suffered a stillbirth from 24 weeks of pregnancy, but the government recognises

16:38

Local

Britons among those held over hashish shipments in orange boxes

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

The operation followed the usual pattern - bringing hashish from Africa and hiding it on the Costa del Sol or in the Campo de Gibraltar. But the twist was moving it on to the region of Extremadura where it was vacuum packed and hidden among oranges b

14:50

What to do

The fiesta of the Virgen del Carmen remembers those lost at sea

Tony Bryant

...de Monte Carmelo, known also as the Virgen Del Carmen, the patron of mariners and fishermen, take place after a traditional seafaring mass. One of the most emotional moments comes when the Virgin is escorted into the water in order to honour those that