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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