DigameXtra No. 2213 Friday, March 18th, 2022

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Murder Mystery Night: The Croft Originals Dining Experience
Fri, April 1st, 7:30pm, €25pp. Monaghans, Fuengirola
Welcome glass of wine, 3 course menu + entertainment
To book contact Jo, 675 273 263  FB 


Carnival El Morche: Sat 19Mar.
Fill yourself with glitter, pull out your best wig, color your face and let your imagination run wild.
Surely there is a desire to have a good time with the traditional parade that will start at 5:00 p.m. from Plaza La Marina, towards Axarquia street and ending at the Paseo Marítimo de El Morche where we will dance to the eighties rhythm of PopFm. During the concert, prizes will be awarded to the best and funniest costumes. FB 


Feroche Beach Bar- Torrox Costa: This weekend lineup
-Saturday 19th March, Live music with Eliza Handley 8:30pm
-Sunday 20th March, Live music with Juan Luis Pascual 4:30pm
Reservations: 658 145 950  FB 


2 Band Metal Show At The Hall: Sat 2APR 7:30pm doors, show at 8pm. €6 adv, €8 door.
Alan Nepa Rock Band + Metalized
Sala The Hall, Calle Heroe de Sostoa 65, 29002 Málaga
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Located on the sea promenade, between the Safari bar and Picadero restaurants, BLQ 80 bajo. We offer you a little piece of Greece with our Greek home made specialities. You can choose meat specialties (Gyros, Souvlaki, Bifteki, Sutsukaki, Mussaka), cheese (Feta Psiti, Feta Saganaki, Hallumi), vegetables (Greek salad, Hummus, Eggplant cream, Mezze, Tzatziki) or sea fruits ( prawns or octopus), all of this accompanied with our special Greek pita bread. We offer a lovely meal time in a quiet end exquisite atmosphere, accompanied with the best Greek music. See you soon! For reservations call telephone number 642585049. https://la-casita-griega.business.site/



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-Neutral color sofa bed 130 x 190cms Price 65€
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Reason for sale due to not using it. Bought about 6 months ago, works great. Sale price 290€. Please call or whatsapp Georgia / Cómpeta on 671122787 for more information. Photo Credit: https://www.amazon.es/Fitness-El%C3%A9ctrica-Puls%C3%B3metro-programas-entrenamiento/dp/B0846FFY27


For Sale: iPhone 6s with 64gb. This iphone has always been kept in a protective case and 9H screen protector so no marks on the iphone. The battery is in great condition too. Price 120€.
Helen, Vinuela, near Alcaucin. 634326795. 


Recommendations & Requests

Petrol Prices – Updated daily: This has been moved to the Useful Links, Info & Numbers Section.


Transport Strike & Supply Shortages:
-Lidl in Torrox had just a few packs of fresh meat and dairy, mostly empty shelves in these departments. A few loaves of bread, no sunflower oil. Limited veg/fruit available. Naythan, Torrox Costa.
-I found the same in Aldi in Caleta yesterday although they did have some meat, bread and dairy goods. No vegetables and very little fruit though. They also (yesterday) had sunflower oil. Liz, Caleta
-Yesterday evening I went to Mercadona in Chilches Costa, the shelves very full nothing obvious missing. But the sunflower oil was more expensive then a good bottle of wine. Michelle, Rincon de la Victoria


News & Articles

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{ Translations by www.DeepL.com/Translator }


Covid-19 Health Alert Level Updates:
-The whole of Malaga will be at coronavirus health alert Level 0 with effect from 17 March. This has been decided at this Wednesday’s meeting of the Territorial Committee of High Impact Public Health Alerts of the province to analyse the latest pandemic data.
The six health districts of Malaga – Serranía, Costa del Sol, Malaga, Guadalhorce, La Vega and Axarquia – have been at Level 1 since Wednesday 16 February and from tomorrow they will be at health alert Level 0 and without restrictive measures until 31 March.
-Meanwhile, all of Andalucía drops to Level 0 except Cordoba province, which remains at Level 1. Alert Level 0 has been in force since 2 March in the provinces of Almeria, Cadiz and Huelva, with the exception of the municipalities of Cala, Santa Olalla del Cala, Zufre and Arroyomolinos de León, which belong to the health districts of Seville, a province that, together with Cordoba, Granada, Jaén and Malaga, were at coronavirus health alert Level 1. Full article: https://www.surinenglish.com/malaga/whole-malaga-province-20220316193039-nt.html 


Logistics employers denounce the “excessive violence” of transport stoppages, supply chain interruptions and government inaction:
{Translation} 17/03/2022 20:22
-The logistics employers’ organisation UNO denounces the “excessive violence” in the transport stoppages, as well as “the absence of measures by the government to guarantee the safety of those who want to exercise their right to work to guarantee supplies”. This was the opinion of the organisation’s president, Francisco Aranda, who added that “the demonstrations have been escalating with more violence and acts of vandalism are taking place”.
-At the moment, companies are holding their breath in the face of the road transport stoppages, organised by the Platform for the Defence of the Transport Sector. The mobilisations by hauliers, which began on Monday, have intensified over the days and have led to cuts in the supply chain and production stoppages in sectors such as foodstuffs.
-With the conflict expected to escalate, the employers’ organisation CEOE has called an emergency meeting of the sectors to measure the damage of the crisis and demand measures, as published in this newspaper.
-The logistics organisation UNO has gone on to call on the government to act in the face of the situation of energy costs, but also especially in the face of a possible cut in the supply chain resulting from the stoppages. “We demand that the Ministry of the Interior act immediately to guarantee the rule of law and that whoever wants to can work freely, so that we can ensure the proper functioning of the supply chain,” Aranda demanded, while insisting on the need to “facilitate the work of companies”.
-The employers’ association has demanded that the government take measures at once, instead of waiting two more weeks to deal with the high energy costs, which are already suffocating companies and which have sparked the mobilisations of small transport. “We are energy-intensive companies and we need extraordinary measures in the face of this extraordinary situation, because companies have been bleeding to death with these costs for a long time now”, concluded Aranda. Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/economia/abci-patronal-logistica-denuncia-violencia-desmedida-paros-transporte-y-inaccion-gobierno-202203171922_noticia.html


OCU denounces the 54% increase in the price of the butane cylinder: {Translation, summary} 17Mar22 11am
-The Organisation of Consumers and Users (OCU) warns of a new rise in the price of butane, the ninth consecutive increase that raises its price to €18.63, accumulating an increase of 54% since September 2020.
-OCU points out that although in this new price review there were expectations of a drop due to the reduction of the tariff deficit and the lower demand once the winter is over, the war in Ukraine and the uncontrolled increase in raw material prices have led to a new rise that places the cylinder at €18.63 as of tomorrow, 15 March.
-This is an increase of 4.96% on the previous price, which is within the legal limit of 5%. In any case, this new rise, the ninth in a row, has meant that, in year-on-year terms, the cylinder has gone from being worth €13.96 to €18.63, an increase of nearly five euros and 33.5%, which represents the biggest increase in butane prices since the current system was set up and the maximum legal increase allowed by the regulations. Source, Spanish: https://www.axarquiahoy.es/articulo/noticias/ocu-denuncia-subida-54-precio-bombona-butano/20220317085540047233.html


Sánchez’s plans to cap gas prices meet with doubts from EU partners: {Translation} 17/03/2022 18:03
– Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez’s plans to set a maximum price for gas or to change the pricing system to separate gas from electricity are generating doubts among several EU partners, who are sceptical that the measures will work and consider that intervening in the electricity market opens the door to “killing competition”.
-In the midst of Sánchez’s tour of Europe to forge alliances ahead of the meeting of EU leaders on 24 and 25 March, in which the government is going to put all the pressure on its partners to take measures at European level, several member states have expressed serious doubts about the measures that Spain, along with Portugal and Italy, are proposing to curb the escalation in electricity prices.
-“There is now a consensus that these proposals have shortcomings and there are doubts about the impact on real life”, said diplomatic sources from a European delegation that is very sceptical about the Spanish proposals.
-Specifically, the idea of decoupling the price of gas from the price of electricity is, in the eyes of this European partner, “killing competition in the energy market” and warns of negative consequences for investment in renewable energies.
-This feeling is shared by another part of the EU-27, which questions whether this type of measure will work. Another EU country criticises the fact that Spain has so far failed to present any analysis explaining how capping gas prices would work.
-“There are real-world problems in all these fantasies”, say diplomatic sources from this other member state, which argues that energy suppliers may prioritise other international markets if the European market is tapped.
-The country also points out that decoupling the price of gas from the price of electricity “removes incentives for renewable energy producers” and the collateral effect would be to damage advances in solar, wind and hydrogen energy.
-With this in mind, the energy issue is expected to dominate the EU leaders’ dinner next Thursday and the meeting is expected to last well into the early hours of the morning, given the declared intention of Sánchez and other European leaders for the EU to take action now with urgent measures to curb the price boom.
-Sánchez believes that the EU should not postpone taking decisions and that the situation requires rapid and urgent measures to limit the impact on citizens, businesses and industry, as he is conveying to his EU partners on his tour.
-Spain and Portugal have already announced that they will propose a limit of 180 euros on the price of gas and, in any case, have not closed the door to taking measures of their own, although the Vice-President of the Government responsible for Ecological Transition, Teresa Ribera, has already warned that the “worst possible scenario” is to have 27 different solutions to tackle a shared problem in the EU. Source, Spanish: https://www.europapress.es/economia/energia-00341/noticia-planes-sanchez-limitar-precio-gas-topan-dudas-varios-socios-ue-20220317180340.html


Rare seal, native to the North Atlantic and Arctic Pole, spotted along Andalusian coastline: A rare specimen of the grey seal, native to the North Atlantic and the Arctic Pole, has been spotted in recent weeks at various points along the Andalusian coast.
-On 18 February it was spotted in Doñana, Huelva and the following day in the bay of Cadiz.
-Subsequently, on 7 March, it was detected between Alhucemas, Melilla and the Chafarinas Islands.
-Last Tuesday it was found on the Estepona beach of El Saladillo, and Wednesday on El Peñoncillo beach in Torrox. By Thursday the animal had made it to Motril, in Granada province.
-The animal, an adult specimen, “does not appear to be ill,” explained the Aula del Mar biologist José Luis Mons, who travelled to Estepona to see the seal. “It could be tired, although it might have ingested something and is having trouble digesting its food, which is why it has come to the shore to rest,” said the expert, who has asked residents to stay away from the animal and to notify the local police or the Guardia Civil if they see it. Photos of seal on Torrox beach:FB. Full article: https://www.surinenglish.com/andalucia/rare-seal-spotted-20220317135609-nt.html 


The transport strike is starting to cause supply problems in Malaga: {Translation} 17Mar22 12:29
-Mercamálaga is beginning to feel the effects of the hauliers’ strike, called by the Platform in Defence of the National and International Freight Transport Sector. The protests, which this morning have caused a traffic jam in the centre of Malaga, are beginning to cause shortages of some products four days after the start of the stoppages.
-The Central Supply Market of Malaga, Mercamálaga, has already reported that the volume of goods has fallen by 80% between fish, seafood, fruit and vegetables. Although they point out that supplies are still guaranteed. Even so, in the markets and supermarkets of the province, the lack of some fresh produce is already being felt.
-The situation is not generalised in the supermarkets, but some are noticing the lack of some fresh products such as fish, fruit and vegetables, depending on the day and whether the lorry supplying them has been able to complete its journey or not.
-And this could worsen in the next few days, when this stoppage is joined by the strike in the fishing sector in the province, which has already announced that its boats will not go out to fish from next Tuesday, and the stoppage which, they have said, is being forced on livestock farmers due to the lack of transport to sell their milk.
-Meanwhile, the transport strike is also intensifying in the province. At the door of the Malaga Goods Transport Consortium (CTM), again this Thursday, there are pickets that are “blocking the entry of lorries”, according to workers of the same, who admit that the activity is being paralysed.
-As sources from the wholesalers’ associations Acmerma (Fruit and Vegetables) and Ampesme (Fish and Seafood) have explained to Europa Press, this drop has not affected the wholesalers in their workload, nor when it comes to supplying retailers.
-According to them, “there is no supply problem”, as they “stockpiled the previous days and thanks to our improvements in conservation we can work well in distribution”.
-Some companies in the PTA in Malaga are also beginning to notice the lack of some supplies and the impossibility for the lorries to go out to do their work as usual. In the port of Malaga, the stoppage is also resulting in less lorry traffic. Source, Spanish: https://www.malagahoy.es/malaga/huelga-transportistas-problemas-abastecimiento-malaga_0_1666034015.html 


DoctorLaptop’s Tips #97, 18Mar22
Email Basics- You Are Supposed To Check Your Spam Folder Daily:
-Saying you didn’t see an email because it went to Spam is NOT an excuse for missing emails. It is only an admission you are not using your email account properly. 
*Here is what you need to know*
-Spam filters were never claimed to be perfect, they often make mistakes. Spam filters separate what are “probably safe” emails from “probably junk” emails, for your convenience. When checking your email, Users are expected to look closely at items in their Inbox, and quickly scan thru items in your Spam folder to look for mis-classified items.
-If you find emails in Spam that are legit, move them to your Inbox, and after that they will go to your Inbox instead of Spam.
-Don’t let your Spam folder fill up, empty Spam weekly.
-Do not even open emails in Spam unless you recognize the sender’s email. Hovering your cursor arrow over the sender’s name will reveal the sender’s email address. If you know the name, but the address looks wrong, just delete it. Some scammer got hold of your contact list of names, and is using those names on emails they send you in hopes you’ll open the email routinely, without checking the address before opening it. If you use a free email service, or WhatsApp, or any social media, your list of contacts may have been exposed. These contact lists are often sold by corrupt tech company employees and third party contractors, for added income.
-Some infected emails can slip “fragments” of malware into your system just by being viewed, you don’t even have to open attachments they contain or click on any links. An emoji or any image in the email can contain hidden “poison pixels” with malware fragments! This is why emojis are banned from DigameXtra, and all posted pics get scanned for hidden pixels before posting. Since they are only “fragments” your anti-virus does not detect them. When you accumulate enough “fragments” they assemble themselves into working malware and go to work, immediately downloading more malware from the internet. The longer they remain in your Spam folder, the higher the risk they infect your system. -DoctorLaptop Reference: https://www.sentinelone.com/blog/hiding-code-inside-images-malware-steganography/


A fully aligned James Webb Space Telescope captures a glorious image of a star: Eighteen mirror segments on NASA’s newest space telescope worked in unison to take this deep field image.
-It’s a feat that would be impossible had the space telescope’s 18 mirror segments not been aligned precisely. Those 18 hexagonal segments make up Webb’s 21.3-foot-wide primary mirror. These hexagons had to travel to space folded—the mirror could only be unfolded after the telescope reached its targeted Lagrange point, 930,000 miles from Earth. There, it unfurled its sun shield and other components.
-Aligning Webb’s many mirror segments was no small task, especially in the extreme conditions of space. This was achieved by finely controlling multiple motors behind each segment. It was a crucial phase and a big milestone, allowing NASA to produce images with unprecedented clarity, as it did this week. Photo:NASA. Full article: https://www.popsci.com/science/james-webb-telescope-captures-star-image/ 

COVID Info References

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Spain Coronavirus Data from Spain’s Ministerio de Sanidad, Official Covid-19 Pages:

Coronavirus Cases in Andalucia, Axarquia, Costa del Sol & Malaga Province:

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COVID-19 VIRUS HOTLINE: Information hotline for those who suspect they may have the coronavirus. Anyone experiencing symptoms should stay at home and dial 900 400 061 or 955 545 060 – and only call 112 in an emergency.

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Churches & Worship

New Life Church
Whether you live in Nerja or are visiting our area, we would be delighted to welcome you to New Life Church. Our meetings are characterised by uplifting songs, relevant sermons and a modern but reverent service.
During this time of uncertainty, God’s word reminds us that the Gospel shines brightest in times of darkness. We are a Bible based Church community continuing to help people find their way to God through Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour.
Jesus said, “I am the Way and the Truth and the Life. No one comes to the Father except through me“
Sunday Service 11.00am
Prayer Meetings Wednesdays 11.00am
Pasaje San Miguel, Nerja ; Directions: Click Here 
Email: info@nlcnerja.com
Website: https://www.nlcnerja.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nlcnerja 


El Puente Christian Fellowship – Sunday Service
El Puente Christian Fellowship is a loving, multi-national, Bible believing community of Christ, who meet each Sunday at 11 am to worship The Lord. We enjoy a time of worship with contemporary songs and traditional hymns, and a message brought to us by one of the Elders or a visiting speaker.
The church meeting hall is situated underneath Maroma Inmobiliaria Puente Don Manuel, Cruce de Periana – 29713.
Full directions and further information can be found on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/El-Puente-Christian-Fellowship-105285888299225/or please contact us by email on elpuentechristianfellowship@gmail.com. For those who cannot join us in person, we aim to stream Sunday services via the Facebook page (subject to a good internet connection!). 


St George’s Church Málaga: We are part of the Church of England in Spain covering the area from Torremolinos in the west to the outskirts of Nerja in the east and to the northern edge of Malaga province. 
We have three worship centres, in Velez-Málaga, Málaga city and Salinas. Everyone is welcome to our Sunday services in English, and you can also contact us to enquire about baptisms, marriage blessings, funerals, and house blessings. 
Father Louis, our Chaplain, is available for counsel and support, regardless of anyone’s beliefs or background. We aspire to be a welcoming and inclusive community, open to all people seeking faith and friendship. 
If you can’t get to church, we live-stream our Sunday services on Facebook, and also gather on Zoom for an informal service on Wednesday mornings. 
Sign up for our newsletter by emailing Father Louis at malagachaplain@gmail.com to receive login details, and news of other future events. We look forward to welcoming you and being of service.
Website: www.stgeorgemalaga.org & Facebook 


Lux Mundi, Torre del Mar Church Services: 
-Catholic Mass in English at Lux Mundi, Torre del Mar. Every Saturday at 17.00. Tel: 952 543 334.
-St Barnabas IERE (Anglican) Torre del Mar, Morning prayer 1st Sunday, Holy Communion 2nd, 3rd and 4th at 11am. Tel: 657286284
Lux Mundi Ecumenical Centre, Torre del Mar, Avda. Moscatel 1”I”, (Jardines Viña Malága/Antigua Casa de la Viña), Torre del Mar, 29740. Tel: 952 543 334 


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Petrol Prices – Updated daily: These are the fuel stations in Malaga province with the lowest prices. The price data for 95 and 98-octane petrol and diesel fuel is updated every day. See it here:

Weekly Markets
Monday: Torrox Costa
Tuesday: Nerja, Salobrena
Wednesday: Rincon de la Victoria, Algarrobo Costa
Thursday: Velez Malaga, Torre del Mar, Frigiliana
Friday: Almunecar, Salobrena, La Herradura- Summers only
Saturday: Competa, Mezquitilla@Algarrobo behind the Sala Ottowa
Sunday: Velez Malaga, Nerja Car Boot

Nerja 952 524 519
Torrox: 952 531 030
Frigiliana: 952 533 231

Phone numbers for emergencies
Emergency Svcs.: 112
National Police: 091
Guardia Civil: 062
Ambulance: 061
Fire Station (Bomberos): 080
Emergency English Help Line: 902 102 112

Local Police
Torrox: 952 539 828
Nerja: 952 521 545
Frigiliana: 952 533 126
Torre del Mar: 952 549 238

Local News in English, The Sur: http://www.surinenglish.com/
Spain National News in English, El Pais: https://elpais.com/elpais/inenglish.html
EU News in English, EuroWeekly: https://www.euroweeklynews.com
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