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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.

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