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14:27

Opinion

Wine waiters in waiting

ANDREW J. LINN

We are witnessing a sommelier boom. They used to be known as wine waiters, but the profession has blossomed into a full-blown status thing, and never have there been more sommeliers working in restaurants, nor such a demand for their services. WINE

15:14

Local

Marbella council still waiting for 125,000-euro fee owed by Starlite

Andrea JIMÉNEZ

The opposition PSOE party at Marbella town hall has called for the company which organised the Starlite Festival in the town during the summer to pay the money it owes. As part of the deal to allow the festival to take place in the Nagüeles quarry,

16:13

Opinion

The waiting game

Mark Nayler

...reluctant to satisfy. If the negotiations fail there is every possibility that Spaniards will be asked to go to the polls again, meaning Spain will be waiting even longer for its next government. Brussels will also be waiting, hopeful that the next

11:58

Local

Compromise reached on delayed plan for northern access road to airport

IGNACIO LILLO

Guadalhorce valley have been waiting for the new dual carriageway from the A-7 outer ring motorway to the terminal. The original plan was to build the road, part of the national ministry of Infrastructure's budget, to integrate with a new distributor road

15:56

Opinion

Waiting

Rachel Haynes

...time you would think there was plenty of scope for major chaos. But no, everything happens on schedule; the only thing that can throw a spanner in the Holy Week works is the weather. We've been waiting long enough now for it to stop raining that it ... seems only fair that next week should be fine, allowing the events to take place without a hitch. Of course the whole affair still involves a lot more waiting, either in an expensive front-row seat, standing in a crowd or, for the clever ones, sitting ... in a strategically located bar. However the “waiters” know exactly how long they will be waiting for, and that makes all the difference. If only that religious adherence to timetables in Semana Santa could be applied to other areas. For example, the

11:18

Local

Over 100,000 people with dependency needs waiting to be seen in the region

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

...seville. More than 100,00 people with dependency needs, including the elderly and the disabled, are waiting to be assessed and to receive social care support in Andalucía. WAITING BY PROVINCE Almeria. 6,197 waiting to be given a personal action ... plan / assessment (PIA) and 18,865 benefiting. Cadiz. 13,609 waiting for their PIA and 26,211 benefiting. Cordoba. 6,620 waiting and 22,248 benefiting. Granada. 11,896 waiting and 25,558 already benefiting. Huelva. 4,576 waiting and 15,687 ... already benefiting Jaén. 3,660 waiting and 25,522 already benefiting. Malaga. 12,114 waiting for a ersona assesment/action plan and 33,521 already benefiting Seville. 12,722 waiting for their personal action plan and 44,601 already benefiting from

13:32

Local

Shorter waiting lists for surgery but longer ones for tests

Ángel Escalera

The waiting time for surgery under the health service in Malaga has improved and the province now has the third-shortest waiting times after Cadiz and Cordoba. In Malaga the average delay is now 68 days for surgery which is supposed to be carried ... collated at 30 June last year, showed that there were 5,550 patients waiting for surgery within 180 days, and the average wait was 68 days, which was four fewer than on 30 June 2017. The Andalusian Health Service says the waiting time in Malaga is better ... than the regional average, which is 84 days. Only Cadiz and Cordoba have shorter waiting times, with an average of 59 and 62 days respectively. The worst province in this respect is Granada, with a delay of 135 days, Jaén with 88 and Huelva, at 82 days.