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16:51

National

Ryanair to reduce flights to 40% this October

Pilar Martínez

...trends and EU governments’ mismanagement of the return of air travel and normal economic activity continue, then similar capacity cuts may be required across the winter period,” The airline resumed flights to the Costa del Sol on 1 July after

14:31

Sport

A sign of the times

Rob Palmer

...haven't made a signing. Barcelona must fill an enormous financial hole before they can even consider bringing in a new name to emblaze across the back of the newly designed shirts. Long gone are the days of the Galácticos.

12:43

LifeStyle

18 September 53: The birth of Rome's 'Spanish' emperor

Alekk M. Saanders

...princeps. By the time of his death, the Roman Empire extended over three continents - from Scotland down to Northern Africa and swept east across the Mediterranean as far as Mesopotamia, or modern-day Iraq. Trajan is known for implementing the first

11:21

Education

The best secondary stories

...calloused hand of war. The paint is strewn across in panicked, sloppy strokes of choked greys and corpse browns. The sketchy outlines of a sky, the bruised bodies of the clouds, and the dotted specks of black rain all frame the picture in a cruel portrayal

11:03

Education

Secondary poems

...glares, unwanted guest returns. Across the room, the mantelpiece, devoid of youthful flame, steals my view and draws me to a broken picture frame. The walls draw closer, air gets thin my fingers touch its edge. The perfect smile

18:06

What to do

Theatre, dance, music and places around Malaga to visit

DENISE BUSH

Térmica. Throughout September, October, November and December, Málaga Swing will be holding courses in Lindy Hop, a style of dancing that originated in a bar in Harlem in 1927 during a celebration of the first flight across the Atlantic Ocean by Charles

14:50

Local

Getting a doctor's appointment this summer has become a real ordeal

Ángel Escalera

The coronavirus has been causing major problems at health centres in Malaga province, where there is more work than staff can handle and a lack of available materials. It can take up to 14 days to get an appointment just to talk to a GP over the p

21:44

Local

Excitement helps overcome the nerves as kids head back to school

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Hours before his first day back at school, to try the patience of his parents, Mateo had learned to climb tall furniture, touch his face while eating and pretend to be asleep when they told him off. Nothing is normal about the staggered return to pri

15:22

Opinion

Silly season

Jennie Rhodes

...that are of little consequence. In July it was reported that a man in Vélez-Málaga had been arrested for not wearing a mask in a bank and during lockdown, people across Spain were caught taking anything from goats (I'm not kidding, if you'll pardon ... ministers has continued to sit throughout August. Schools across Europe have either already gone back or will be doing so in the next fortnight and it feels like a beast, which has been to some extent tamed, is about to be unleashed again. But this time

14:39

Local

Estepona mayor aims to fast track Laguna Village rebuild in time for Easter

FERNANDO TORRES / JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN / EP

Padrón river caused the fire, which was fanned by the wind across to the beach side of the A-7 coastal motorway. The rough structure was 'hooked up illegally' to the mains around 100 metres away by the couple, with power cables running along the ground,

15:22

Opinion

Complimentary medicine

Peter Edgerton

...much," he smiled, thrusting his opened hand towards me. "Er, glad you had a good time. I think seven across might be 'apple tree'," I mumbled. Ok, not the last bit but, really, it was quite the weirdest thing I'd seen in a long time. The reason for

16:48

Local

Coronavirus contact tracing app now available across Malaga province

josé luis piedra

The Junta de Andalucía activated its new coronavirus contact tracing mobile application in Malaga and Almeria provinces on Monday. Radar Covid, which is free, uses Bluetooth technology and anonymously informs users if they have spent at least 15 mi

13:59

Sport

Malaga complete their first signings of the summer as mass exodus looms

borja gutiérrez / sergio cortés

...completing a free transfer move from Belgian side Standard Liège. The 32-year-old has a good record in Belgium, scoring 25 goals in 61 league appearances across two spells, but hardly featured in the past season due to an Achilles injury (he has now

12:39

Opinion

All views from one building

Rachel Haynes

...as she reads the latest WhatsApp messages about the party someone's organising in a warehouse that night. The names and flat numbers are fictitious, but these characters live side by side in neighbourhoods across the region. All these people have

12:32

What to do

Spanish food meets Spanish film

CRISTINA PINTO

...the chance to sample the best products and wines from across the province from today, Friday, until Sunday 30 August. in context Malaga film festival aims to prove that cinemas are "safe" This gastronomy route was launched on Tuesday morning ... iconic films will be served up at 28 restaurants across the city which form part of the route. The main focus, however, especially given how the sector has been hit by the pandemic, will of course be on local products. For more information, visit

14:03

Local

Marbella and Nerja close beaches at night to avoid crowds and parties

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...the restrictions on nightlife introduced by the Junta de Andalucía, prohibiting access to beaches across the municipality from 9.30pm. Those already on the sand at that time are given a half-hour grace period to pack up until 10pm. The aim, said

20:26

Local

Istán's 'holy' chestnut tree caught up in family dispute

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...this offer "everyone wins". The tree is unique, not just because of its age. It measures more than 27 metres across the top and the circumference of the trunk is 21 metres. Known as "holy", visitors have often scattered their loved ones' ashes at

16:40

Local

Coronavirus hospital admissions double in the space of a week in Malaga province

Ivan Gelibter

Sunday and Monday, as well as a further 135 people testing positive by PCR test - a figure more or less consistent with the last three days. The situation is similar across Andalucía, where there has been 526 new cases of Covid-19 confirmed by PCR, ... hospital with Covid-19 across the region, two of whom are in intensive care. Two people have died after testing positive for Covid-19 in the past 24 hours in Andalucía, neither of whom were in Malaga province.

16:34

Travel

48 hours in Berlin

Andrew Forbes

...memorial in the centre, is the nearby Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Nearly 3,000 blocks of grey concrete stand as columns, like headstones across an undulating plot. All the blocks look almost the same from above but as you walk in and the land

16:23

Travel

Travel secrets of the Costa de la Luz

Andrew Forbes

...perfect for kite surfing. Look out across the water from Tarifa towards Morocco and the horizon is often cluttered with colourful kites of surfers who leap up into the air. Unsurprisingly it’s been christened ‘Cadizfornia’, a hip, cool yet open and ... plants. Each guest room has a small private furnished terrace, and a simple en suite bathroom with shower and tub, and amenities made with organic citrus essential oils. Although you’ll probably head straight to the beaches just across the street, there

15:58

Sport

Oumaiz's march towards the Olympics continues as more records tumble

MARINA RIVAS / PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

13:13.14. That time would ordinarily be enough to automatically secure him a place in the upcoming Olympic Games. However, given the disruption inflicted on athletics across the world, only times recorded between 1 December and 31 May will count. Despite

18:05

Local

Environmentalists say beachgoers are damaging dunes in Torrox

Eugenio Cabezas

across the dunes, including cordoning off the area and putting up signs, but the organisation says extra police presence is needed and more notices informing of fines that could be issued. Torrox town hall has called for more support from the general

19:55

Opinion

Get paid to eat

ANDREW J. LINN

...the menu, and in restaurants in many Eastern European countries two meals are offered for the price of one. But surely isn't the one catch-all trick to offer wine at half price across the board? The wine industry is suffering badly and needs to

19:50

Opinion

Tales from the old days

Rachel Haynes

The schoolgirl picks up her history book and starts to read. She's on the chapter when countries across the world were struck by a fierce disease that left millions tossing and turning with high fever and killed hundreds of thousands of them.