Spain to allow children to leave the house under certain conditions-Updated


Parents will be pleased to read that starting from next week children will be allowed to leave the house after the Spanish government relaxed the emergency laws due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new rules are not without conditions and must be strictly adhered to as Spain tries to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Children up to the age …

Man kills his 19-month-old son in Madrid

A Uruguayan national has been arrested in Madrid for allegedly killing his 19-month-old son and seriously injuring his other son, aged 5 years.

Activities for children during Semana Blanca

The Semana Blanca mid-term break is coming up at the end of this month and a number of events and activities have been arranged for the younger ones. All the activities will take place at the Nerja Cultural Centre, calle Granada 45.

Environmental awareness campaigns on beaches

As is happening in a number of coastal municipalities at the moment, the Málaga Provincial Council is promoting environmental awareness campaigns on beaches, these being aimed at younger children in particular.

Extremadura to open school canteens during the summer

Extremadura is the latest region to guarantee nutritional meals to children at risk of social exclusion or whose parents are experiencing extreme hardship, with 18 school canteens remaining operational during July and August.

Confessed killer moved to psychiatric hospital

A 29 year old woman who confessed to killing her two children aged 3 years and 11 years on September 29th at their home in calle Alcalde Cancio Uribe in the La Alcantarilla district of Jaén has been moved to the psychiatric wing of Alicante prison.

Three days of mourning in Boecillo for murdered children

The town of Boecillo in Valladolid will today begin three days of official mourning for three children who were killed at a shelter run by the Mensajeros de la Paz (Messengers of Peace), allegedly by of one of the monitors.

Weight problems in Spanish children

According to a new study presented by the Ministry of Health on Thursday, 45% of Spanish children between the ages of six and nine years have weight problems, with 26% being overweight and 19% suffering from obesity.