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21:43

Local

When 'out of range' would be preferable

ignacio lillo

Electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome is a condition which some people suffer when they are exposed to electromagnetic fields. The most common symptoms are headaches, insomnia and nausea. It is sometimes known as microwave syndrome. María C, wh

10:16

Local

Slow Covid vaccination rate in Malaga province leaves hopes for summer up in the air

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

16,569 vaccines have been administered in Malaga province, a figure that represents just one per cent of the population of the province. At this rate, it would take more than two years to immunise 70 per cent of residents over the age of 16, bearing in ... mind that most vaccines approved so far require at least two doses. Although the Junta de Andalucía insisted that the vaccination campaign would not stop, either on holidays or on weekends, the figures say otherwise. On Easter Friday and Saturday, ... from the central government, according to the latest data from the Ministry of Health. The Ministry expects that in the next three months at least 30 million doses should reach Spain that would serve to protect 24 million people, about 60 per cent of

20:49

LifeStyle

No longer what it was, but still spectacular

vanessa melgar

Rosa school incorporated some of it into a playground. The part which can still be visited has been remodelled in recent years by local architect Sergio Valadez and it is a spectacular place to walk and admire the views. Many local people would

21:23

Opinion

Rule by announcement

Mark Nayler

...completely unaccountable fashion? Certainly, the minority leadership of Pedro Sánchez doesn’t seem to be restrained in ways that one would expect or want. This week, for example, it announced a baffling addition to a pre-existing decree, which will make ... Official State Gazette on Tuesday as a done deal. One would expect and wish it to be much more difficult for Sánchez’s minority force to pass even the most humdrum pieces of legislation, let alone those which mandate irrational behaviour on a daily

18:21

Local

Marbella and Estepona continue to hope for a Costa del Sol rail service

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

The most westerly area of the Costa del Sol has been longing for a railway service for years. At the moment the only way of travelling between Malaga and Marbella or Estepona is by road. There are buses, but this is not enough, not only due to the la

13:08

National

Closing indoor spaces of bars and restaurants under consideration if Covid incidence rate exceeds 150

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / ÁLVARO SOTO

...present to a meeting of the Interterritorial Council in which it proposes that the closure of indoor spaces of bars and restaurants would be ordered if an autonomous region exceeds the level 3 cumulative incidence rate that is 150 cases per 100,000 ... inhabitants in 14 days. In addition to the proposed "suppression of service in interior areas of (hospitality) establishments", meetings (both in public and private) would be limited to a maximum of six people (four if they are not living together) if the ... outdoor activity of bars and restaurants as long as the incidence rate does not exceed 500 cases per 100,000 inhabitants. In the current situation, seven regions would be left without hospitality in inside spaces: Madrid, Catalonia, Asturias, the Basque

16:06

What to do

Concerts, events and things to do around the province

denise bush

Live Music and Concerts Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts Malaga. Auditorio del Museo Picasso de Málaga. 28 March, 12pm Harmoniemusik play music by Mozart and Soler. .6 April, 8pm La Spagna. 11 May, 8pm Quinteto OFM.

17:16

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Airport to have a new connection with London City

Debbie Bartlett

There has been bad news and good news recently in terms of flights to and from Gibraltar. After the excitement of the announcement that Volotea would be starting a connection between Gibraltar and Bilbao, ticket sales were suspended when it

20:02

LifeStyle

12 March 2020: The day Covid-19 started to affect life in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

...government's recommendations and indeed all other autonomous regions, leader of the Andalusian government Juanma Moreno also announced on 12 March that all educational centres would close from the following Monday, giving he said, "families time to organise ... pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) on 11 March, had claimed 34 lives. Malaga's regional hospital (Carlos Haya) announced on 12 March that it would be postponing all non-urgent operations in order to free up beds and had set up a special area

13:31

Local

'It would be absolutely tragic if the Salón Varietés had to close'

Tony Bryant

...rely on bums on seats. Would it be possible to open for matinees? We have considered this, but at the moment we are restricted to how many people we can admit, so it would be very difficult to do without running at a loss. This is tragic, as there ... set and make costumes, so it would be anywhere between 10,000 and 20,000 euros. Do you own the building? No, we rent the building, but our landlords have been very helpful: they are not charging us any rent, but this only lasts until March. ... as such. We sublet the bar, but, because we are not paying rent at the moment, we have passed this on to the bar also. What is the worst scenario? It would be absolutely tragic if the theatre closed. We have established a hub among the local expat

17:13

Gibraltar

Spanish senator makes courtesy visit to Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

...opportunities" following the "tempest of Brexit", which would benefit not only the Rock but the whole nearby area of Spain. "This is a unique opportunity with endless possibilities," he said but, as Gibraltar's chief minister has also stressed in the past, the ... negotiations to transform the points on which both sides are in agreement into a legally binding treaty "will not be easy". However, he was optimistic that it will become a reality within a few months and that "the last frontier in Europe" would come down.

17:19

Sport

La Liga chief opens the door to fans returning to football stadiums this season

sergio cortés

La Liga president Javier Tebas on Tuesday expressed the "hope" that it would be feasible "in the last week of April or the beginning of May" for fans to return to stadiums. Professional football in Spain (the top two divisions) has been played ... behind closed doors since the start of March 2020. But if Tebas' plan were to come to fruition, Malaga fans could attend four matches at La Rosaleda before the end of the season, although it remains to be seen who would be given priority entry.

17:31

Opinion

A sporting lesson

Rachel Haynes

...sponsors), have become only the fourth team in Malaga in any sport to reach a European Cup final - ever. The fourth team from Malaga as a whole, that is, and the first women's team to achieve that level. I can't help wondering whether they would have been ... noticed more, whether more people would have heard of their success, if it had been the men's team. I hope I'm wrong. A lot has been done in recent years to bring women's sport just a little bit closer to men's, in terms of media attention, sponsorships

17:17

Opinion

Changing customs

ANDREW J. LINN

...to the many social events that would similarly feature sherry, champagne, German whites, multiple clarets, vintage port and brandy. The reaction of any modern reader must be how they managed to drink such huge quantities of alcohol, and regrettably

12:40

Local

The link between Covid-19 and tinnitus

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...increase would be to follow the normal set of "rules" for tinnitus patients: try to relax and listen to soft sounds, calming music, etc. Interesting figures came out when dealing with people who had found an increase in hearing loss after having Covid-19. ... suffering with tinnitus, or recently noticed an increase in your tinnitus, and would like a complimentary initial consultation, please call us on 952667402 or 952667403.

10:36

Local

Pair face prison for Costa del Sol holiday apartment rental scam

ALVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

...into paying them deposits thinking that would enjoy a few days by the sea - according to the Malaga Public Prosecutor’s Office. The defendants’ scam started in 2018 when they allegedly conned a man into providing his father’s identification document.

12:18

Sport

The difficult journey back into sport after becoming a mum

MARINA RIVAS

...knowing that none of their players would be able to make a living from football. However, Bardera doubts what would have happened if she had been at a top club. "It was clear to me that when I became a mother I would have to give up football," she admits.

11:01

National

Spain plans a change to the dangerous dog breeds law

EUROPA PRESS

Spain's national government hopes to present a draft bill in May to modify the law on potentially dangerous dogs. This would look at the individual behaviour of the animals, without taking into account "the specific breed with which they were born"

18:31

Sport

The long wait is over

Rob Palmer

...the 'not very noisy' neighbours. Athletic celebrated winning the Spanish Super Cup in January; but Real are rejoicing in claiming the Copa del Rey after a year-long wait to get the game played. Nothing about this final was normal. Ideally, it would

17:37

LifeStyle

A space for creative expression in a former olive mill

Jennie Rhodes

...exhibition space. Phase two, Gareth says, will involve opening up what would have been the main part of the mill; a four-storey space which will hopefully become a performance and concert venue as well as more exhibition space. The plan is to have that

20:53

LifeStyle

Spanish singer Rosalía won't be singing at the Super Bowl after all

COLPISA

This year's Super Bowl was due to have a Spanish flavour at halftime earlier this week... but the excitement didn't last long. Rosalía's representatives denied reports on Thursday that she would be accompanying The Weeknd in the musical performance ... artists would be performing Blinding Lights, the single with which The Weeknd burst onto the scene in 2020 and with which he smashed all records with 47 weeks in the Top 10 and 38 weeks in the Top 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. The two artists have recently ... done a remix of this song by the Canadian singer. Twenty-seven-year-old Rosalía would have been only the second Spanish artist to perform during the Super Bowl break. Enrique Iglesias, in 2000, was the first in the most important event on the American

12:45

LifeStyle

"Further restrictions or another lockdown in winter time would be worse than before"

MATÍAS STUBER

...people, the change to winter time makes them feel sad. Is the lack of daylight the only reason for that? I would say to a large extent, yes. We human beings think we are very capable but in fact we are strongly linked to the climate, time, atmospheric ... depression in winter. Light makes the brain happy, it is the element that switches it on. We are still in the midst of a pandemic. Would further restrictions or even another lockdown make the change to winter time feel even worse? Yes. The situation ... would be more difficult. In a new lockdown, for example, the scenes where people went onto their balconies to clap for the emergency services wouldn't happen again. It will be dark, cold and rainy. Those hours we spent outside in the light, in homes

18:06

Local

Junta to fast-track Costa del Sol hospital expansion works with a 75-million-euro budget

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

...president Juanma Moreno said that the tender for the expansion works would be processed as a matter of “urgency”. “I’ve given instructions to break the deadlock affecting the extension of the Costa del Sol hospital for once and for all,” Moreno said. The ... foreign residents and a great tourism impact,” he said. The Andalusian president said that once the extension works were completed, and thanks to the newly opened Estepona hospital, the quality of healthcare in the province of Malaga would leap forward ... could mean delays of up to six months, would be avoided. While Muñoz admitted that specific dates could not be given, she said she hoped that works could start in “a few months” and that the project would be complete “in the next two years”. Works

13:34

National

Covid-19: Junta's head claims we are in 'the final part' of the third wave

ROSSEL APARICIO

“small easing” in measures “limiting mobility and economic sectors”. But the president, speaking to the media said this would only happen if the region’s incidence rate continued to dop and pressure on the healthcare system eased. He, again, asked the

15:26

Opinion

Organised chaos

Peter Edgerton

...situation much, just relocate the chaos to a more specific area. No, something more modern and imaginative would need to be employed - something like a web page, for example. So that's it, I'm currently building a website, spending my days hunting down

18:26

National

Junta's Tourism chief announces the date he hopes things will start to 'take off' in Andalucía

EUROPA PRESS

The vice president of the Junta de Andalucía and the regional Minister of Tourism, Juan Marín, has said that he would love for the tourism sector to start 'taking off' at Easter, starting with mobility between regions. But he cautioned that we ... must be " very prudent" due to the situation of the pandemic. During a press conference in Seville, Marín pointed out that the possibility of mobility between regions during Holy Week would undoubtedly reactivate the tourism sector. However, Marín

18:11

What to do

Chema Cobo in the labyrinth of Gerald Brenan

Antonio Javier López

Well, in reality it may have begun earlier, through their shared passion for mystical poetry and the "dark night of the soul" that loomed over a country that Cobo would abandon for long periods shortly afterwards. One of his sojourns was in New York

10:03

National

Spain's tourism industry calls to be a vaccination priority sector

Pilar Martínez

He said, “They key is safety. For this it would be very important to have the guarantee that all personnel who are in continual contact with travellers are vaccinated." “It would be a fundamental step to build trust and position Spain as a safe