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20:38

Local

Passengers land at Malaga Airport armed with negative Covid test results

Ivan Gelibter

...comply with Spain's new Covid-19 test requirement for travellers from high-risk countries. According to some of the passengers, there were barely 20 or 25 people on the flight, but they all had the piece of paper to prove their negative PCR test result. ... Marino, San Martín, Serbia, Switzerland, Tunisia, Ukraine. "We saw that those who didn't have the document in Charleroi [Brussels] weren't allowed to board," said Elisabeth, who was travelling with her husband Christoph to their property in Antequera. ... so we're going to spend our honeymoon looking after the olive trees," she said with a smile. "I know we can't leave the town until we go back, but we don't mind as we're going to be at home for all five days," she added. The airport arrivals area

19:32

Local

Perth, the Australian city with the same climate as Malaga

IGNACIO LILLO

with higher apartment and office blocks, and more parks. The population (two million inhabitants) is also similar, if you look at the Costa del Sol as a single conurbation, and, curiously, the principal industrial estate in Perth is called 'Malaga' ... environmental problems on the other side of the world also tend to be natural disasters. "With viruses we take into account what happened six months earlier in Argentina; with this tool we may be able to forecast the weather in the next season, and that is a way ... of adapting to and mitigating climate change," Salvo says. He intends to continue his study with other collaborators, and even a researcher in Perth to monitor the situation from there.

15:39

Local

When can I move from one municipality to another?

SUR

...ordering the closure of all non-essential business at 6pm. All municipal boundaries in Andalucía to close on Tuesday, with curfew at 10pm and non-essential businesses shutting at 6pm There are a number of exceptions however. Movement between ... to school, college, university and other educational centres, including infant schools. - Travelling home: to return to a habitual or family residence. - Carers: To assist or care for the elderly, children, people with disabilities, or those

14:31

Gibraltar

Gibraltar confirms three elderly residents have died with Covid-19

Debbie Bartlett

After several months with no deaths from coronavirus during the pandemic, the Gibraltar government has sadly confirmed that three recent deaths of elderly residents were Covid-related. All three are believed to have been in their nineties and to

13:30

Local

New restrictions to be announced in Andalucía after figures improve only in worst-hit provinces

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...provinces with the highest rate of infection on 9 November, just before the most recent measures were brought in, the figures have improved, while in the four provinces least affected by the virus the rates have increased or remained steady. When the ... with highest infection rates were Granada, Jaén, Sevilla and Cordoba. In Granada, where the rate was especially high, restrictions were harsher, with non-essential businesses ordere to close down completely. There the infection rate (14-day notified ... considered to by extreme risk; high risk corresponds to a rate between 150 and 250; medium risk, 50 to 150; and low risk 25 to 50. Hospital cases In Andalucía on 9 November there were 3,335 patients with Covid in hospital. On Saturday 21 November were

19:50

Sport

All-action Juande has a big hand in Malaga's defeat to Leganés

Daryl Finch

Sergio Pellicer only made one change, bringing in Alejandro Benítez for José Matos, but with it came an unexpected change of formation with the normally right wing-back Iván Calero moving to left midfield in an unorthodox 4-4-2. The hosts started the ... (63') 2 Leganés Juande (OG, 33'), Merino (71') Rubén Pardo then came close for the visitors with a free-kick which landed on the roof of the net before having a hand in the opening goal. Leganés captain Unai Bustinza, who had until then been ... pegged back by the combination of Calero and stand-in left-back Juande, then finally found space in the 33rd minute to ghost in behind David Lombán and latch on to Rubén Pardo's inch-perfect ball over the top. The right-back controlled the ball with his

11:50

Local

New coronavirus outbreak detected in Malaga with six hospital workers infected

Alberto Gómez

...digestive surgery department. Sources consulted by SUR explained that the origin of the outbreak could be an infection detected in a transplant patient passed on by a relative. This is thought to have resulted in two workers falling ill with Covid-19. One ... of them spent several days in hospital with pneumonia, but was discharged last week. “There are no professionals admitted to hospital and the care [of patients] has not been affected,” said hospital sources, although they admitted that the resulting

16:17

LifeStyle

The circus school with no big top

REGINA SOTORRÍO

Pizarra has been associated with the world of circus since 2004, when it became the home of La Carpa de Pizarra, the first permanent circus tent in Andalucía to be funded by artists from the region. That is where Anthony Jones came to work, after ... use of the municipal sports centre, where they have installed the equipment needed for aerial exercises, Malaga Escuela de Circo has been able to begin the season with circus classes for children, juggling, acrobatics and poise, aerial acrobatics and ... 'batucada' drumming. They are currently training 50 pupils of different ages, including some with special needs and groups of young people at risk of social exclusion. Since they started, they have also put on more than 100 shows featuring local and

19:23

Local

Sports Direct buys Toys 'R' Us store by Malaga Airport as part of national expansion

SUR

British multinational Sports Direct has reached a strategic deal with Toys 'R' Us to buy six of its out-of-town stores in Spain for 34 million euros and help the toy giant to relaunch itself in the country. The sale and leaseback agreement means ... that Toys 'R' Us will now rent space in the units which it will share with the Sports Direct brand. The buildings changing ownership are in Alcobendas (Madrid), Sant Boi (Barcelona), Granada, Valencia, Malaga and Pamplona, according to property ... consultants, Cushman & Wakefield, who advised on the deal. Sports Direct is the market leader in sports fashion in the UK and will now roll out in these new locations, including on the Costa del Sol. The firm has over 700 shops worldwide with just three in