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19:50

Opinion

Tales from the old days

Rachel Haynes

...leaders, and order all men, women and children to cover their faces. The girl looks up from her history book. Without checking the date, she assumes she's been reading about the 17th or 18th century, even earlier. She reminds herself how times change, ... managed to pass the time. It's then that the reader realises the mistake in her previous assumption. Mobile phones, Zoom meetings and remote working: she's reading about the 21st century after all - 2020 to be precise. She puts down one book and picks ... up another, this one full of stories about kings and queens, princes and princesses. One particular saga catches her attention. A much-loved king for many years, abdicates in favour of his son. All are happy with the situation until one day the

14:37

Gibraltar

New governor gets out and about on the Rock

Debbie Bartlett

The new Governor of Gibraltar, Vice Admiral Sir David Steel, has been busy getting to know the local facilities and meeting residents in the few weeks since taking up his post. This week he made an official visit to the air terminal as part of his

16:24

Opinion

Is this time different?

JEREMY BLATCH jb@ehh.gi

...successful investment outcome over the next decade, we need to think about several things in a different way: What is a store of value? How do we balance risk? Do we need to redefine market risk? As Maynard Keynes said, "When the facts change I change my

16:20

Opinion

Amazon gain forest

Peter Edgerton

...madness. In the sixties, The Beatles and The Rolling Stones complained about ninety-nine per cent tax rates and, in the case of the latter, legged it to France to avoid being relieved of almost everything they'd earned. I was always rather sympathetic to ... still be getting about 216,000 dollars an hour which is even more than London plumbers charge. Surely somebody has to intervene here. It can't be right that a bloke in a dodgy waistcoat can be richer than some nations. Who, though, is going to take

12:07

LifeStyle

The many myths about hair and how to care for it

CARMEN BARREIRO

If you're one of the people who have always thought that if you cut your hair it will make it grow faster, you're mistaken. "That's just one of many myths there are about hair. Like if you wash it every day more of it falls out, or if you shave your ... greasy, brittle, plentiful, scarce and sometimes non-existent... there is no doubt that it is one our signs of identity, but most of us know very little about it. If you cut it, it will grow faster and thicker. FALSE. Hair growth occurs at the root, ... stronger hair, we would have a solution for alopecia," jokes David Saceda. With regard to how fast hair grows, it doesn't matter what time of year you go to the hairdresser, because it always grows at the rate of about one centimetre a month, whether

12:56

Local

Interactive guide to the local sugar cane industry is launched

Eugenio Cabezas

...videos about the largely now defunct 'azucareras' or 'ingenios' (sugar cane factories) in the Axarquía. The Mancomunidad's culture spokesperson and mayor of Macharaviaya, Antonio Campos, said that the initiative started after an exhibition in the El

13:13

LifeStyle

García Rodero: dignity in the midst of poverty

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ

Cristina García Rodero says she used to "play the clown" when she first went into a hospital, a school or the homes of some of those families. And then, with the help of her translator, everyone, if only for a moment, "would fall about with ... relate to people," says this legendary photographer about the project Tierra de Sueños (Land of Dreams), which has been organised by the Fundación La Caixa and Fundación Vicente Ferrer and can now be seen in Calle Alcazabilla in Malaga city. "Malaga ... Prize (1996) and Gold Medal of Merit in Fine Arts (2005) among her many other awards, talked to us about the origins of the project, which will be in Malaga until 3 August, and is part of the Fundación La Caixa 'Arte en la Calle' programme. Fighting

12:50

Local

British residents react at the "irony" of far-right anti-immigration activist moving family to Marbella

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...upmarket Manolo Santana Rackets Club in Nueva Andalucía, where he was playing a game of padel. Speaking about the alleged arson, he said: "It was targeted at my wife's property. "At that point we left the country straight away and I'm looking at ... should decide that a move to Spain wouldn't also be considered immigration. But hey, Brits are expats and everyone else immigrants, right? If he's serious about living here (hopefully not) then he'll need to practise what he preaches and learn Spanish, ... couldn't make it up: immigrant basher Tommy is now an immigrant. Let's hope he learns Spanish quickly, he has expressed strong views about immigrants not learning their new language. The man is a con man and a racist thug who has taken advantage of the