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17:44

Opinion

Different laws, different customs

ANDREW J. LINN

In Spain we are fortunate with the relaxed licensing laws. Most first-time foreign visitors are surprised that alcoholic drinks are available so freely and that any grocery store is permitted to sell everything from beer to brandy. This lenient attit

14:27

What to do

Mijas to host festival celebrating Celtic customs

Tony Bryant

...multi-instrumentalist band Xábega y Percutora. The term Celtic generally refers to the languages and respective traditions of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, the Isle of Man, Galicia, Asturias and Brittany and this festival will highlight the cultural customs of

12:14

Opinion

Customs and exercise

PETER EDGERTON

...month. No, this is never a good look for anybody blessed to be able to live here. In no particular order, then, here are my top five favourite Spanish customs. First up, public transport - especially the local trains. Those beauties are never late

10:54

Gibraltar

Busy week for Customs Officers

Debbie Bartlett

In the past week Customs Officers from Gibraltar, working in conjunction with other agencies, have taken part in a number of operations which have resulted in the seizure of a vehicle, a boat, communications equipment and over £17,000 worth of ... cigarettes. Three people have been arrested, two of them Spanish. One was detained after a Customs vehicle gave chase to a car, whose driver only stopped when he collided with scaffolding. The car contained 600 cartons of cigarettes.

11:15

LifeStyle

Greetings of the season that go back hundreds of years

Tony Bryant

The custom of exchanging the time-honoured Christmas card during the weeks leading to Christmas is a tradition that took off in Britain in the middle of the 19th century. However, like so many customs related to Yuletide, this simple gesture is

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