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16:33

Opinion

Prohibition, will they never learn?

ANDREW J. LINN

Surely everyone would benefit if exports were encouraged, particularly those workers in the vineyards who are currently threatened with redundancy? The government states it needs to shut down non-priority commercial activity to concentrate on building

16:24

Opinion

Is this time different?

JEREMY BLATCH jb@ehh.gi

...pricing of option trades, traditional fundamentals of analysis becomes irrelevant to stock selection. Any market reflects human behaviour and endeavour. For many speculators, trees grow to the sky - until they don't! For those wishing to make a quick

16:07

LifeStyle

New support group offers lifeline to carers and families of dementia patients

Tony Bryant

...between the two terms is important for the families and carers of those suffering with Alzheimer's or dementia and, as nurse Fay Newman points out, early detection of the disease is imperative. "There are many types of dementia and this makes it a very ... attended the meeting, as his association intends to work closely with the support group. "We offered our help because we feel it is a much-needed service. It is very difficult for those who have to look after a loved one with this condition: it is

20:00

National

Quarterly EAPS data: rise in jobless due to a fall in seasonal work

NURIA TRIGUERO

...people stopped working and 602,000 were in work. This figure excludes those furloughing, which reached 130,000 locally. The year-on-year number of employed was down 47,900 (7.37%). Most of this fall in employed is being blamed on seasonal contracts

18:17

Local

Anger among the British community: "Our government treats us like refugees"

Ivan Gelibter

Hernández. The measure is not just affecting Brits in Spain who might have been planning to travel to their home country, but also those whose livelihoods depend on UK tourists. "There are bars, restaurants and shops that will be forced to close with ... this quarantine. Doesn't our government care about that?" said Hernández. "Nobody can afford to spend 14 days at home. Not those who live there, nor the residents on the Costa. Jobs won't wait and people could lose theirs," added Hernández. "This is a

12:22

Local

Free mask distribution for the needy and vulnerable to continue in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

The Social Welfare department of Torremolinos town hall has distributed 5,000 face masks to underprivileged families and those in vulnerable situations. The scheme was introduced in response to the latest decrees set out by the Junta de Andalucía ... pointed out that it intends to increase the number of masks available for distribution, while the number of beneficiaries will also be expanded over the next few weeks. Mayor of Torremolinos José Ortiz said, "The initiative is aimed at those people most

13:04

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

12:55

Local

Mijas makes face masks compulsory on seaside path even for runners

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Mijas town hall has announced that face masks are compulsory along the entire coastal path (Senda Litoral) of the municipality, even for those practising individual sports. The edict, published on Friday, comes in reponse to a notice issued by ... the Andalusian Health ministry stating that as a safe distance cannot be observed along the Senda Litoral, whatever the activity (walking or running), the usual exception to the face mask ruling for those practising individual sports would not be