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13:57

Local

'At Cudeca we hope to end the year without closing any service, but next year could be different'

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...shops - have been seriously affected, and after several healthy years there is now a deficit of around two million euros. Cudeca looked after 1,500 patients and relatives in 2019 and hundreds more this year. Dr Martín Roselló doesn't hide her concern: ... and the ward with nine beds has continued to operate as normal. I hope we can get to the end of the year without having to close any service, but we just don't know about next year. The health system benefits from the palliative care services ... provided by Cudeca, and they wouldn't exist otherwise. Do you feel supported by the administrations? Yes, we have had meetings, we feel the support is there and we are negotiating for improvements for next year. And I would also like to mention the town

19:14

LifeStyle

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

MATÍAS STUBER

...specialist also warns that this year differs to others. We are in the midst of a pandemic which - what a surprise - can also affect our health with regard to the imminent onset of winter time. As a doctor, are you in favour of changing the hour or not? ... of countries, I have no objection. The problem this year is related to the pandemic. Due to the lockdown in March, people have enjoyed fewer hours of sunshine than normal. When the hour changes at this time of year, the days get shorter. Because of

13:08

Local

26-year-old pilot killed in Axarquía glider tragedy

A. PELÁEZ / J. CANO

A 26-year-old man from Malaga was killed when the glider he was flying crashed onto the runway at the Axarquía airfield in Trapiche last Sunday. A German man, also 26, who was also in the plane was taken to hospital with multiple fractures to

13:51

What to do

Museum Jorge Rando reopens after six months with six new exhibition rooms

Antonio Javier López

...nothing else matters or is of interest to me." It is signed by the artist Jorge Rando, who has given his name and the content - and the essence - to the museum in Malaga which reopened this week after being closed for more than half the year. Like the ... room to welcome visitors remains the same as before, a type of aesthetic prelude to what they will find the other side of the patio. Here in the main space are the butterflies upon which Rando has been working since last year, making incursions into the ... year will be participating like a touchstone in the ambitious exhibition '200 years of history of Spanish art. Goya, Dalí, Miró and Rando', in the Chinese city of Shenzhen, followed by a tour of Beijing, Shanghai and other cities. Rando seems

14:41

Local

Tourism falls into a coma on the Costa del Sol

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

...just two months of normality in 2020; and those would ordinarily be the quietest months of the year. The long-awaited peak season failed to meet expectations and only worsened the crisis caused by the pandemic. The sector has had to face the costs of ... mission accomplished in the pandemic: zero Covid-19 contagion in tourist establishments on the Costa del Sol. The industry now faces a final quarter of the year with closures across the board, affecting 80 per cent of hotels. "We can consider this year ... to be dead," said a concerned president of the Costa del Sol hoteliers association (Aehcos), Luis Callejón Suñé, last week. A look at the figures for the year confirms the dreary prognosis. Tourist accommodation as a whole - that is, hotels,

17:54

Sport

'We overhauled the squad because we want results in the short term'

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

Marbella's summer (now autumn) transfer window has been a busy one, focused primarily on rebuilding the squad with one objective in mind: promotion to Segunda. The squad has been completely overhauled with thirteen new additions: ten permanently, thr

15:14

LifeStyle

The scent of autumn infuses the streets of Malaga

CRISTINA PINTO

...hasn't helped at all. "We're just waiting for the cold to arrive," confesses Carlos Santiago Soto. From behind the smoke from his stall in Teatinos, Francisco Robledo compares previous years with this one and it's not good. "Last year I got to leave ... here at two o'clock in the morning. This year I leave here about half past midnight, it's not the same," he says. He has been at this location for only five years; he and his wife had a stall for 37 years in the Plaza de la Victoria but had to move

17:49

Opinion

Back to the photos

Rachel Haynes

And in the future (hopefully, not too distant), we will look back at photos from this year, with the ever-present masks and distancing, and know immediately they were taken during the "Covid era". Now the new term has started, seeing children going

16:32

Local

Thwarted sale of a prized Sorolla reveals a plot to sell seized Malaya paintings

Héctor Barbotta

...courts a large part of the art seized during 'Operation Malaya'. The spoils are considerable and are valued at millions of euros. The conspiracy began to be exposed in November last year in New York. At The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF), oil painting ... Cierva and Sánchez to testify. The latter said he had been the owner of the painting since 1988 after receiving it as part-payment for a property. He said that in 2007, a year after the start of 'Operation Malaya', the Cordoba businessman Rafael Sánchez