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Volunteers clean up Fuengirola beach

Environment Thu, Oct 22, 2020

Volunteers clean up Fuengirola beach

FIGHTING plastic pollution off Costa del Sol shores, over 80 volunteers rolled their sleeves up and gave Fuengirola beach a good clean on Saturday. A community clear-up arranged by environmental charity Mi Moana and…

New algorithm may help trace origins of 'rootless' Basque language

Tech & Science Wed, Oct 21, 2020

New algorithm may help trace origins of ‘rootless’…

AN ALGORITHM able to decipher ‘dead languages’ could throw light on one of Spain’s biggest linguistic mysteries: Where the Basque tongue, , comes from. Spanish, and all of Spain’s regional languages…

Spanish researchers discover how to make a 'deadly' form of lung cancer 'curable' and double survival rates

Tech & Science Tue, Oct 20, 2020

Spanish researchers discover how to make a ‘deadly’…

SCIENTISTS in Spain have developed a form of treatment for a ‘lethal’ type of lung cancer which has made it curable in many cases, and doubled survival rates. According to the report in , research by the Spanish…

Decathlon and Primark seek 456 new employees

Education/Work Mon, Oct 19, 2020

Decathlon and Primark seek 456 new employees

EVEN though it’s more than two months away, high-street stores have already announced vacancies for staff to cover the Christmas rush. Figures have shown that the pandemic has not had a negative impact across the…

Spanish hotels open as co-working offices with daily rates

Economy Mon, Oct 19, 2020

Spanish hotels open as co-working offices with daily rates

HOTELS seeking to recoup their pandemic-related losses have started opening as co-working centres and ‘luxury’ offices, and letting rooms for daily use. Chains nationwide, such as the Marriott, Meliá and…

Bilbao nurse who came from Africa on a dinghy: From sleeping rough to saving lives

Society Sun, Oct 18, 2020

Bilbao nurse who came from Africa on a dinghy: From…

DIG below the surface of the migration drama and an abundance of ‘rags-to-riches’ tales begin to come to light. Or not ‘riches’, necessarily – at least, only in comparative terms for desperate…

Most of Spain's coasts on Covid 'minor-risk' list with no further restrictions planned

Society Sat, Oct 17, 2020

Most of Spain’s coasts on Covid ‘minor-risk’…

THE MAJORITY of Spain’s coastal regions are considered ‘low’ or ‘moderate’ risk for Covid-19 contagion and will escape heavy restrictions proposed for territories which come under ‘high’ or…

'Law of Democratic Memory': Dictatorship history taught in schools 'to ensure it never happens again'

Society Sat, Oct 17, 2020

‘Law of Democratic Memory’: Dictatorship history…

TEENS will be taught at school about the Civil War, Franco’s dictatorship and the Transition to democracy involving the signing of the Spanish Constitution as part of a new ‘Law of Democratic Memory’ passed…

Shakira and Prince William join forces for climate change action

Environment Fri, Oct 16, 2020

Shakira and Prince William join forces for climate change…

BARCELONA’S most international resident and British royalty have been chatting over a cup of tea about the state of the planet and how to save it. Pop-rocker Shakira, who lives with and has two children with FC…

New work-from-home law comes into force: What it means for staff and firms

Education/Work Thu, Oct 15, 2020

New work-from-home law comes into force: What it means for…

SPAIN’S long-awaited new legislation covering home-working employees has come into force, and answers some of the questions businesses and their staff had been asking – but remains fairly flexible overall. Key to…

'Proportional and predictable': Spain praises EU's travel 'colour system'

Travel/Tourism Thu, Oct 15, 2020

‘Proportional and predictable’: Spain praises…

TOURISM authorities in Spain have praised the EU’s new regional system of ‘colours’ indicating contagion levels to help travellers make decisions before setting off, and has called for PCR tests at departure…

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