DigameXtra No. 2431 Tuesday Dec. 13th, 2022

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Almunecar Christmas Village:
The Poblado Navideño Christmas village opens on Friday, December 16, and will be open for the entire festive period until Sunday, January 8, offering three weeks of fun. Attractions at the event include fairground rides, bouncy castles, and game stalls. The fair will also offer delicious seasonal food and drinks for visitors to try. The Christmas village is set to take place at the Feria de Día, near to the Río Verde children’s park on the outskirts of the town.

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Christmas Carol Service: El Puente Christian Fellowship
We invite you to a traditional Christmas Carol Service
6pm on Friday 16th December, at the church meeting room, underneath Maroma Inmobiliaria, Puente don Manuel.
Followed by mulled wine and mince pies.
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XIII Festival of Skating Village of Torrox: Saturday, December 17, from six in the evening in the Municipal Sports Pavilion of Torrox.
This will be a skating performance celebrating Christmas. 

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Almayate Christmas and the return of the Living Nativity Scene:
– On 23 December Santa Claus will arrive in the village of Almayate, with a children’s party with a mini Christmas disco. It will take place from 17:00 hours in the marquee set up next to the Parque Sagrado Corazón de Jesús.
– On 26, 27, 28 and 29 December, from 17:00 to 19:00 hours, there will be Christmas games and workshops with bingo and karaoke (26th); Christmas crafts workshop and popular games (27th); Christmas bubble and drawing workshop (28th); and Christmas trivia and face painting (29th). During these days there will also be a Christmas market of toys and books organised by the AMPA el Peñón.
– On the 30th of December there will be a big party ‘prenochevieja’ with performances by the Coros y Danzas de Torre del Mar; a show by Maria Lozano and Alcaidhe en Navidad; and Fran Ocaña.
– Belén Viviente 2/1/23. This activity will take place in the courtyard of the Juan Paniagua School, which will be converted into a large village for the performance. It is scheduled for 2 January 2023 at 12:00 noon in a single performance. Seating is limited to 900 people.
– On the 5th of January we will have the ‘Cabalgata de Reyes’ (procession of the three kings), which will leave from the Carpa and go through the village to the church. 

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Nerja’s iconic “Living Nativity” to return on Sunday, Dec 18: This year’s live nativity will be held on Sunday, December 18 in the town’s Plaza de Andalucía from 4pm until 8pm. Visitors can view the scenes on a walking tour from Calle María Muñoz la Pulga to the Plaza de Andalucía during the event.

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{ Translations by www.DeepL.com/Translator }

ANDALUCIA

Five minors admitted to Andalusia for group A streptococcus, one of them in the ICU: {Translation, summary}
– The Regional Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs, through the Directorate General of Public Health and Pharmaceutical Organisation and the Andalusian Health Service, has detected a total of five cases of children hospitalised in the autonomous community with invasive group A streptococcal disease, of which one remains in the Intensive Care Unit. The children, aged between 1 month and 14 years, are in hospital receiving antibiotic treatment.
– On 2 December last, the United Kingdom published a report in which it reported a notable early increase, compared to previous years, of infections due to Streptococcus pyogenes (group A Streptococcus). As a result, the Regional Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs, through the Public Health Surveillance Network of the Directorate General for Public Health and Pharmaceutical Management, declared this infection as an event of public health interest (as it is not currently a notifiable disease).
– From the department of Health and Consumption claim that “there are no grounds for alarm”, as it is a disease common in both Andalusia and Spain, caused by a bacterium known, of rapid diagnosis, which can be treated with antibiotics and in most of the cases studied so mild. Source, Spanish: https://www.granadadigital.es/cinco-menores-ingresados-andalucia-estreptococo-grupo-uno-ellos-uci/

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Olive oil price rockets by 50 per cent in Spain and is likely to keep rising:
– The price of olive oil has risen so much in Spain that a litre bottle from supermarkets now costs 50% more than it did at the beginning of this year, and it is likely to continue increasing because farmers are describing this year’s harvest as “disastrous”.
– The lack of rainfall and more expensive production costs are behind the increase in price. “A five-litre container was 28 euros and is now 39.40 euros,” supermarket sources have told SUR, and the COAG association in Jaén, the province where the most olives are grown, said the start of the olive harvest has been even worse than expected and may be no better than the worst ever, in 2012-2013, when only 142,849 tonnes of olives were picked. Full article: https://www.surinenglish.com/andalucia/olive-oil-price-spain-20221212133703-nt.html 

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The four most spectacular abandoned sites in Andalucia: {Translation}
– Nowadays, when we keep hearing that inland villages are emptying and could end up like the ones we are going to see, there is a type of tourism demanded by many visitors, which consists of visiting villages that are not inhabited.
– This type of tourist hopes to find in these lifeless places a reunion between history, the absence of tourists and the natural landscape. In many cases, people also come to these places for a variety of reasons: to loot the houses, for legends of ghosts or to play paintball.
– We have selected four Andalucian villages that were abandoned to their fate: Tablate, Cabezudos, El Chorrillo and Sancti Petri.
***Tablate, Granada***
– In the province of Granada, which has quite a few abandoned villages around Baza, such as Bastidas, Cañada Del Gitano, Don Martín, El Moro, Las Balsillas, Los Mellizos or Pocopán, there is a place that once had 2,000 inhabitants. It was once called Tablate and is located high up in the Lecrín Valley. The village had its own Town Hall, five mills, bars and a library. Today, as we can see in the video, the landscape is one of vilified houses, collapsed roofs, destroyed doors and ropes holding up exposed wooden beams.
***Cabezudos, in Huelva***
– This forestry settlement is one of the settlements created in the 1940s by the State Forestry Heritage next to the Doñana Natural Park. Cabezudos forms part of a group of settlements, together with Acebuche, Abalario, La Mediana and Bodegones, which have now been abandoned. From the 1940s until it became uninhabited in the 1980s, this place was a model for other forest settlements to follow. It had all the services needed to live: two schools, an old one and a new one that was never opened; a grocer’s shop, a canteen and a doctor’s surgery. In the village, the workers’ houses, with their dilapidated roofs, have barely survived. The big house of the exploitation, which was the chief engineer’s house, has been invaded by vegetation. It is said that Queen Sofia and the Infantas spent the night here on one of their visits to the Rocío.
***Sancti Petri, Cádiz***
– This famous fishing village next to Chiclana has been uninhabited since the 1970s, although in recent years its fortunes may have changed a little. The village of Sancti Petri is situated on a peninsula of land which can be reached from the beach. A whole industry dedicated to tuna fishing and canning was cultivated here. It was in the 17th century that the first chancas were established here. In its heyday, this industry employed two thousand people in this village. Until tuna became scarce and Sancti Petri went into decline. In 1979, the Ministry of Defence expropriated the land and used it for manoeuvres until 1993, when the place fell into total abandonment.
In recent times, thanks to the rise of tourism in the area, it is gaining prominence and is getting a second life, with fishing clubs, the activity of the marina, restaurants such as La Casa del Farero or the Concert Music Festival, which has been held in recent years with great events.
***El Chorrillo, Almería***
– This abandoned village in the province of Almería was not built for civilian life but for fiction. The film Exodus was shot here. Ridley Scott shot 70% of the film between this village and the Tabernas Desert. Game of Thrones has also used this place to shoot scenes of the city of the Dothrakis. It is located in the municipality of Pechina, specifically in the Paraje de El Chorrillo (near the Baños de Sierra Alhamilla). The intention was to keep the set after the filming was finished. However, the facilities were left abandoned and accessible to everyone.
Source, Spanish: https://sevilla.abc.es/viajar/cuatro-parajes-abandonados-espectaculares-andalucia-20221212131930-nts.html & Video Link

AXARQUIA

The Axarquia region is under yellow warning this Tuesday for wind up to 70km/h and waves of 3 metres: {Translation} 12Dec22
– The wind alert will come into force on Tuesday, 13 December at 12:00 hours and will end at 23:59 hours. The coastal phenomena warning will begin on Tuesday at 15:00 hours and will end at 22:59 hours on the same day.
– The complete Aemet forecast for the province of Malaga for Tuesday is for cloudy or overcast skies, with rainfall in the western third and the Antequera region, extending throughout the province in the afternoon, occasionally accompanied by thunderstorms, which may be locally heavy and persistent in the western third and Axarquia. Minimum temperatures rising; maximum temperatures unchanged, except for a drop in the Guadalhorce Valley. Winds from the southwest, increasing in the afternoon, with very strong gusts in the Ronda mountains, occasional on the coast. Source, Spanish: https://www.axarquiaplus.es/la-axarquia-en-aviso-amarillo-este-martes-por-viento-de-hasta-70km-h-y-olas-de-3-metros/

MALAGA

Second Case In A Month Of Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) In Young Footballers In Malaga – A 13 year old CD Puerto Malagueño junior football player collapsed and died on the pitch in the middle of a match this weekend:
{Translation, summary} 12/12/2022, 10:09h
– A terrible tragedy has shaken grassroots football in Malaga and Andalusia this weekend. Marvellous Onanefe Johnson, 13 years old, a CD Puerto Malagueño player, collapsed on the pitch while playing in a league match and died on the spot. Nothing could be done to save his life. The club will pay for the burial of the player.
– With five minutes left in the game, the unexpected happened. Marvellous, away from the ball at the time, collapsed on the pitch.
– An immediate attempt was made to resuscitate the player, but to no avail. Local police and 061 medical services arrived on the pitch, but were unable to save him either. The reasons for his death are not yet known. The results of the autopsy will be known on Tuesday.
– This follows less than a month after another Malaga footballer SDS case. Ezequiel Gálvez, a 20-year-old footballer in Malaga, died 15Nov22.
– Just 3 days before Ezequiel died, Málaga CF player Álex Gallar’s young daughter Leila Gallar Alcaraz died prematurely.
Sources, Spanish:
1)https://sevilla.abc.es/andalucia/malaga/muere-jugador-anos-puerto-malagueno-desplomado-cesped-20221212100952-nts.html
2)https://www.telecinco.es/informativos/sociedad/20221116/conmocion-ezequiel-galvez-futbolista-malaga_18_07990870.html
3)https://www.antena3.com/noticias/deportes/futbol/muere-forma-prematura-hija-alex-gallar-jugador-malaga_20221112636fed5677e04b0001fb1713.html

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The reservoirs of Malaga gain five cubic hectometres with the latest rains: {Translation, summary}
– Last week’s rains have brought some relief to the Malaga countryside and reservoirs, although the situation is still worrying in some areas, especially in the Axarquia region, home to subtropical crops that require a large amount of irrigation. The rainfall has added five hectometres to the province’s reservoirs, which are still at 34% of their capacity and four hectometres below what was accumulated at this time last year. 
– By reservoirs, the worst situation continues to be that of the La Viñuela reservoir, which is at 9.47% of its capacity. Of the 164 hectometres it could store, it has 15.57. And in the last week 73 litres per square metre have been collected. From last Monday until now, La Viñuela has increased by half a cubic hectometre. This does not save it from continuing to hit rock bottom, as it remains at historic lows. 
– At the bottom of the table is also the Conde del Guadalhorce reservoir, at 25.9% of its capacity. It contains just over 17 cubic hectometres of water, while its capacity is 66. However, it is more than one hectometre above what it accumulated at this time last year. This last week it has registered some 60 litres. 
– The Guadalhorce reservoir has added one cubic hectometre in the last week, so it is now at 33.3% of its capacity with almost 42 hectometres in storage.
– The Limonero reservoir, which is at 40 percent of its total, is the only reservoir that has seen a drop in water in storage since last Monday, despite the rainfall. On 5 December it had 9.08 hectometres and today it has 9.04 hectometres. 
– In a better situation are the reservoirs of Casasola, at 48.3% of its capacity with 10.5 hectometres accumulated, and La Concepción, which stores almost 30 cubic hectometres. In the last week it has gained almost three hectometres, as some 130 litres have fallen thanks to the rainfall on the west coast and the Serranía de Ronda. 
– At the top of the list is the Guadalteba reservoir, at 55% of its capacity, with almost 85 cubic hectometres accumulated. Although this figure is somewhat lower than that published last week by the Hidrosur network and almost two hectometres less than that recorded on the same date in 2021. Source, Spanish: https://www.malagahoy.es/malaga/embalses-Malaga-capacidad-ultimas-lluvias_0_1747025491.html

EUROPE

Socialist Vice-president of the EU Parliament has been charged with corruption after Belgian police found ‘bags of cash’ in her home:
– Greek socialist MEP Eva Kaili, 44, is one of four suspects to have been charged and detained in relation to a police investigation into alleged lobbying by World Cup hosts Qatar. Belgian police are investigating allegations that figures working on behalf of Qatar have paid European politicians huge bribes to influence the Brussels policy debate. 
– Mrs Kaili, who has spoken publicly in support of Qatar’s recent labour reforms, was arrested on Friday and has now been charged, along with three others. Two more have been released and the house of at least one more MEP has been searched by investigators.
– The arrests followed raids in Brussels which prosecutors said turned up 600,000 euros (£515,000) in cash. Police also seized computers and mobile phones. 
– Mrs Kaili has been stripped of her responsibilities as vice president of the parliament, notably that of representing president Roberta Metsola in the Middle East, but she remains an MEP.
– She would normally enjoy immunity from criminal prosecution but there is an exception in cases where a suspect is caught red-handed in the act of committing an alleged crime. According to a judicial source, Belgian police detained Mrs Kaili in possession of ‘bags of cash’ and so she was brought before a judge. Full article: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11526633/amp/EU-vice-president-charged-corruption-Belgian-police-bags-cash-home.html 

TRAVEL NEWS

CCOO calls strike at Spanish airports on December 22, 23, 30 and 31 and January 6 and 8: {Translation, summary}
– CCOO, the union with the most representation in AENA, has made official the call for strike action at Spanish airports on several key dates this Christmas to demand the recovery of productivity pay. 
– For 22 and 23 December they are scheduled to take place between 8 am and midnight. The same timetable is planned for the stoppages on 5 and 6 February. On the other hand, for 30 and 31 December, the strike will last 24 hours. Source, Spanish: https://www.eldiario.es/economia/ccoo-convoca-huelga-aeropuertos-espanoles-22-23-30-31-diciembre-6-8-enero_1_9787549.html

SCIENCE

US scientists achieve major fusion energy breakthrough:
– {The Engineering & Technology News} For the first time, scientists have been able to produce more energy than was consumed during a fusion energy reaction in what was described as a potentially major step in the pursuit of zero-carbon power.
– The fusion energy that produced a 120 per cent net energy gain took place in the federal Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in California in the past two weeks.
– Fusion is based on the same physical reactions that power the Sun and stars, which create energy by forcing atoms together. It is the opposite of standard nuclear reactors which rely on fission, breaking atoms apart, and it produces zero carbon. 
– Fusion is a potential source of almost limitless clean energy, but is currently only carried out in experiments as it has proved difficult to harness. However, amid rising energy prices and a cost-of-living crisis, it could become a safe and clean alternative source of energy that might become available in the not-too-distant future.
(According to rumours in the tech community, fusion was accomplished by the US in the 70s, but was kept hidden. However, it is said that both Japan & China are now close to announcing the same breakthrough, forcing the US to make this announcement. The US justifies hiding these advances, officially labelling them “disruptive technologies”, as in, it could disrupt oil profits. While I have no solid proof, US Army vets I’ve spoken with report “free energy boxes and water-from-air devices” have been used by troops in the Middle East since the US occupation of Afghanistan began. Evidently the US gov’t does not want these “disruptive technologies” publicly available either. -Ed.)
Full article: https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2022/12/us-scientists-achieve-major-fusion-energy-breakthrough/

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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:
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