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The nightmare of dealing with red tape in a pandemic
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The nightmare of dealing with red tape in a pandemic

NURIA TRIGUERO

Telephones always busy or not answered, a lack of available appointments and complicated procedures online. People are coming up against a barrage of problems with administration, as the authorities struggle to come to terms with the 'new normal'

Volunteers look after the recently born turtles. josele
Volunteers look after the recently born turtles. josele JOSELE

New life on the beach in Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

Baby loggerhead turtles were born for the first time on the Costa del Sol this week after a successful operation to save the eggs from damage

THE MUSIC MAKER

Carless whisper

Peter Edgerton

Peter Edgerton

I did very blokey thing the other and fantasized about which would be my perfect car for driving through rolling countryside of southern Spain. Unfortunately, that lasted approximately four seconds as I realised I don't know anything whatsoever about cars

THE EURO ZONE

What kind of recession?

Mark Nayler

Mark Nayler

Tentative comparisons between the current situation and the global recession that started in 2007 have already started to appear in Spanish and international media, but they're premature

THE BIGGER PICTURE

Gold: a hedge for all seasons

JEREMY BLATCH jb@ehh.gi

Gold is an insurance against central banks expanding the money supply and debasing the purchasing power of the USD and other Fiat paper currencies

THE BOTTOM LINE

No smile for this tourist

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

As long as the virus is among us the real tourists won't come

The Roman jewel discovered in Salar

The Roman jewel discovered in Salar

denise bush

Archaeologists are currently working in phase five of the project to uncover the luxurious villa found by accident just outside Salar in Granada province

Migraine: a complex puzzle

Migraine: a complex puzzle

ROCÍO MENDOZA

With no infallible cure or clear cause, migraine affects nearly six million people in Spain

food & drink

Michelin rules in Japan

ANDREW J. LINN

The famous little red guide has now intruded into another area that is outside its remit