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02:14

Local

The Finnish exodus from Fuengirola

Ivan Gelibter

...been a considerable drop in sales. "Half of the Finnish people here, or maybe even more, went back to our country as soon as the lockdown started," she says. Her turnover has dropped by half. "I know people aren't able to go out and are having to eat ... at home, and that should be good for food shops, but in our case they just aren't here," she says. Miia believes the reason they feel more comfortable in Finland than in Spain is because of the lockdown conditions. Miia runs a supermarket ... some of them," she says. As I'm leaving the shop Ángel arrives. He delivers orders from La Leona to Finnish customers in Los Pacos, and confirms what Miia and Rea have said. "You can see there aren't so many people here now, because they are

11:03

Education

Secondary poems

...same.  You, know the ones that catch you off guard- realize this is your memory lane.  The ones that bring killer bees to your stomach, That let you know that for a moment,  These aren’t memories, But the reality you’re living in.  Silvana ... Just remember how many worlds you have; there aren’t two Oh how proud I am of my creations It was great enough for thousands of nations But these nations aren’t anymore so wise Now it is time for me to rise I gave your planet water and

14:29

LifeStyle

Why are people afraid of the Covid vaccines?

ROCÍO MENDOZa

...the WHO's vaccine advisory committee. "They aren't being any less vigilant. They have increased the number of tests carried out to provide safe and efficient data," he says. By this, he means that whereas 200 people might normally take part in the

17:35

LifeStyle

12 May 1960: Nerja's 'natural cathedral' opens to the public

Alekk M. Saanders

...a natural concert hall. It was chosen as an arena for the extravagant inauguration with a unique show held on 12 June. La Tour de Paris ballet group and the Malaga Symphony Orchestra were invited to help make a memorable impact on the first

16:31

Opinion

Not fair enough

Mark Nayler

...applied in situations where strangers gather in medium-sized, large or huge numbers, then why aren’t masks compulsory on beaches and on street terraces, and why isn’t social distancing enforced on buses anymore? To approach the issue from the other

16:51

LifeStyle

The eagles of Benalmádena are not flying high

IGNACIO LILLO

"We need more people to find out about us and come to visit us. A lot of people who live in Malaga province aren't even aware that we exist," says Jan, who admits that they feel "beseiged", in the same way as birds in the wild do with human pressure.

17:01

National

Trial winds up and judges retire to make their decision on Catalan ‘rebels‘

m. balín / m. sáiz-pardo

...judges aren’t expected to reach a verdict on the complex case until after the summer. There have been 52 sessions and 300 hours of hearings over the defendants’ involvement in the illegal declaration of independence in 2017. The prosecution is asking ... able to resolve.” Raúl Romeva, former Catalan Foreign minister said, “We aren’t 12 people on this bench, we are over two million people.”

12:39

Opinion

All views from one building

Rachel Haynes

...knows that Anna is wrong and, unlike Julia, who just explains what she sees, Toni can come up with dozens of scientific explanations and quotes as to how dangerous Covid is and how, if people aren't more careful, half the planet could be wiped out. He

15:27

National

Watch out for dud coins in your change, police say

SUR.

In the summer, there's a small bit of fraud that comes back to haunt us just like a bad penny; a dud coin in change. At this time of year, people spend more in strange surroundings and are generally much more relaxed, so aren't paying much

17:49

Sport

An expensive spectator

Rob Palmer

...legendary status at the Bernabéu. Yet, Bale is booed whenever he plays in front of his home fans. Ok, fans aren't let into the ground right now but then again Bale isn't allowed onto the pitch either. He's not featured in any of the last seven games and

14:45

Sport

Silly season has started

Rob Palmer

...the next Galáctico on a generous long-term deal. He still has a year to serve, but the signs aren't good after a two-year loan spell at Bayern Munich and just four league starts on his return to La Liga this season. So, three of the biggest names in

14:17

Opinion

No business as normal

Mark Nayler

Is this the "new normal" of Spanish politics, a post-truth political arena in which insults and putdowns are more important than rational, considered debate?

13:55

Local

Coín mayor announces retirement from politics

Fernando TORRES.

After 16 years in the public arena and two full terms at the helm of the council, Coín's mayor Fernando Fernández has announced that he will not run in the 2019 elections. The Partido Popular has appointed Francisco Santos, current councillor for

17:02

Sport

A whole new ball game

Rob Palmer

...summer when newspapers, television and radio stations aren't dominated by transfer gossip driven by 'sources' who are basically agents trying to manoeuvre the market for their own gain. Instead, the whole industry could become like cash in the attic.

12:02

Local

Malaga council gets serious with new kit for city's Local Police

F. GUTIÉRREZ

Officers in the town-hall-controlled Local Police in Malaga city have been showing off their new equipment for special operations. The nation's Local Police aren't know for their frequent intervention in serious disturbances or criminal activity,