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16:57

Opinion

With good reason?

Mark Nayler

...that have been in place for three weeks and claims that the virus has peaked, daily fatality and infection rates remain extremely high. But if lockdown is extended again next weekend, the economic stagnation that's already begun will get worse. The ... more stringent measures introduced by Pedro Sánchez this week, which have closed all "non essential" businesses for a fortnight, also invite two questions: will their benefits, if any, outweigh their negative economic impact? And on what basis is the ... government imposing them? The Socialist administration, which is being criticised by the Conservatives for "improvising" its response to CV-19 seems to be hoping that more lockdown will eventually correlate with a drastic reduction in cases and fatalities

18:09

National

Driving licences in Spain will not expire during state of alarm

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

The Spanish government has said that it will automatically extend the validity of driving licences that expire during the state of alarm. "Driving licences and permits, as well as other administrative authorisations to drive, whose period of ... validity runs out during the state of alarm, will be automatically extended as long as this lasts and up to sixty days after its end," says the resolution published by the Ministry of the Interior in the Official State Gazette on Saturday. The measure

14:48

Gibraltar

Field hospital ready as Gibraltar mourns possible virus victim

Debbie Bartlett

...this week. The Florence Nightingale field hospital has 192 beds and the capacity for 300, and the government hopes it will never be needed but its creation has been a priority since the coronavirus pandemic began. Niches of the type used in Spain have ... also been built in the cemetery in case of a large number of victims due to the coronavirus. Again, the Gibraltar authorities hope they will never be used but say it is vital to be prepared for every eventuality. Recovery There was, however, some

14:43

What to do

Budding filmmakers invited to document quarantine for Marbella Film Festival

Ash Bolton

...documenting these unusual times. The free competition is open to anyone and the winner will be invited to collect their award at the film festival next October. The winning film will also be screened at the Teatro Goya alongside big budget movies getting ... something to do while they are hanging around the house with their family. It's all free and all the films will go on our web page, so it should be fun and interesting. "But it will also be a good record of these unusual times. It's a global idea and it ... will be nice to see how different people around the world are coping with this." Mac added that the film can be made individually or with the help of others who are in quarantine. The film can be on any subject matter or genre, using cameras, or

16:59

Opinion

Holy chefs

ANDREW J. LINN

Medals are awarded in wartime to the brave and diligent, and when this war is finally over the economic hangover will also need to be mitigated by a lengthy honours list. Ask any American who most deserves a medal for undertaking selfless charity ... work during this and previous crises, and the name on many people's lips will be chef José Andrés. Fresh from appearing on the cover of Time, José Ramón Andrés Puerta is currently America's best-known Spanish import. Born in Asturias, he has been ... candle has been launched in the States with José Andrés's visage on it. The 'José Andrés Saint Candle' sold out in five hours, and the $20 each candle fetched will be donated the chef's World Central Kitchen.

12:15

Local

SUR in English - your print copy out as usual this Friday

SUR in English

...essentials, and fortunately newspapers are included in that category. Newsagents and kiosks are among the establishments authorised to open and the press is available. This Friday's print edition of SUR in English will be out as usual therefore, albeit ... supermarkets, grocery stores, newsagents and petrol stations, as well as at the residential drop-off points. Gibraltar Gibraltar distribution will alter slightly too this Friday but you can still pick up your copy at the main supermarkets, newsagents, ... residential buildings and other points. Pdf online And if you are unable to pick up a copy, then the print edition in pdf format will be on the website as usual, as well as daily updates here on surinenglish.com

18:22

Sport

Who will be in charge of Malaga CF once the judicial administrator leaves?

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...provisional execution of the sentence of the so-called BlueBay case - that is to say that the property of the club passes again to NAS Spain 2000. This company, which will now own all the shares that Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani bought when he first arrived in ... 2010 (96.9 per cent), is jointly owned by Al-Thani and the hotel group BlueBay, with the former holding 51 per cent and the latter 49 per cent, but also control of the company and therefore the club. This means that, in principle, the hotel group will ... provide for the possibility of an appeal from the Al-Thani family, but the defendants can file their opposition within five working days, although the filing of the brief will not interrupt the execution of the sentence agreed last Monday. As a result,

09:26

National

Spain toughens lockdown restrictions and bans activity in all non-essential sectors

PAULA DE LAS HERAS

...least for the next two weeks. This is a move that several regional presidents had called for in recent days. The new regulation will apply to construction workers, for example, and factory workers in non-essential industries. Their absence will be ... a form of paid leave, receiving salaries as usual from their employers, although the hours missed will have to be made up gradually when activity resumes up to the end of the year. How these hours are distributed will depend on the needs of the ... necessary, along with the state of alarm. Workers who can continue their normal activity from home will not be affected by the measure. Hundreds of thousands of ERTEs The announcement comes after hundreds of thousands of companies in Spain, from small