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18:45

Local

Cancellation crisis hits the tourism and travel sector as government offers support

P. M. / H. B. / N. H.

Earlier this week, ahead of fiercer restrictions on and advice against travel, hoteliers on the Costa del Sol were estimating losses to their businesses of two million euros so far and reporting that thirty per cent of advance reservations for March ... change tickets without charge. The news of the effects on the Costa tourism industry continued to arrive throughout the week. Among the most significant was the cancellation of a large conference of high-end travel agents in Marbella. The Essence of

14:35

Local

EU-funded study to come up with proposals to end annual Costa beach destruction

Alberto GÓMEZ / Charo MÁRQUEZ / Monica PÉREZ

With Semana Santa fast approaching, the Costa del Sol must take fast action to ensure that its beaches are in perfect condition for the upcoming influx of visitors. Emergency work had already started on Saturday in Marbella after the town hall earm

13:11

Gibraltar

Andrea Bocelli in concert in Gibraltar on 9 September

D.BARTLETT

10,000 people. Bocelli, who is reported to be the the biggest-selling solo classical artist of all time with over 90 million worldwide album sales, will be performing with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra as part of Gibraltar's National Week

15:25

Opinion

Poison chalice

ANDREW J. LINN

...that Britain needed, what are now mostly third-world countries are unlikely to be the answer as far as basic or even non-basic needs are concerned. WINE OF THE WEEK El Chozo 2016 When the Pérez Pascuas brothers set up this bodega in 1980 they had ... any animal welfare activist scream. So it is hardly surprising that last week it was acknowledged that nearly all the wines made in the US have dangerously high levels of glyphosate, thanks to Roundup, a pesticide made by Monsanto. The highest

14:36

Opinion

No more Parker points

ANDREW J. LINN

There can be few wine aficionados who have managed to enjoy drinking their own selected wines without the interference of the most notorious critic of all time, Robert Parker. wine of the week: Opta In most of the El Corte Inglés main stores ... buy?' Last week Parker announced his retirement from the wine business, which is no bad thing. His ratings became the yardstick many wines were judged by, particularly French first growths, and his unreasonably influential scores managed to change the

13:22

Gibraltar

Gibraltar confirms supertanker Grace 1 is carrying crude oil

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...speculation from commentators outside Gibraltar that the ship was carrying something other than crude. The Grace 1 was detained in a joint operation between Gibraltar Port, the Royal Gibraltar Police and Royal Marines on Thursday last week, when it freely

14:38

What to do

Models hit the Calle Larios catwalk for Malaga's Fashion Week

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The catwalk for the most important fashion show in Spain, part of the Larios Malaga Fashion Week, measures over 300 metres in length and is the longest haute couture cat walk in Europe. The fashion show starts tonight at 8pm and finishes on

13:44

Gibraltar

Talk by Auschwitz survivor next week

Debbie Bartlett

The Ministry of Equality has arranged a talk by Auschwitz survivor Arek Hersh and holocaust education adviser Mike Levy at the King's Bastion Leisure Cinema on 7 December at 6.30pm. Tickets cost five pounds and can be purchased from the John Macki

12:27

LifeStyle

Parkinson's awareness in Estepona

Charo Márquez

Estepona Town Hall and the Parkinson Sol association organised a programme of events to mark Parkinson's Awareness Week. An art exhibition can be viewed in the Casa de las Tejerinas until today Friday.

15:30

Opinion

From one day to the next

Rachel Haynes

...lot of the pages in this edition. We are at war with a toy you would buy for your cat. And all we have to do is stay at home. Next week some say we'll be seeing signs that we are all going to come out of this with better family relationships, more