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14:52

LifeStyle

Water births continue to grow in popularity

rubén cañizares

In November 2010, the Spanish Ministry of Health approved the ‘Strategy of Attention to Normal Birth’, a manual for clinical practitioners which encourages less intervention and medication in births. Among other recommendations in this guide, which

10:30

Local

Learning for pleasure on the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant malaga

There comes a time in many people’s lives when they feel that they may have missed out on their true vocation. Maybe we feel that we should have pursued our particular goal or career, and yet once we reach 50, we inevitably believe that the chance ha

10:12

National

New currencies are being used in Spain to boost local business

Lucía palacios

They are not legal tender, but they arrived on the scene with the idea of making society fairer and, although there are no official figures, it seems there are about 200 of them all over the country. They are the ‘local’ or ‘social’ currencies, an al

13:30

Local

La Línea - on the line

SUSANA ZAMORA

...boats loaded with hashish arrive and the police chase traffickers on almost a daily basis, amid the fishing boats and local residents walking along the seafront promenade. Creating alarm The other side of the road from the beach, which ought to be ... Three officers from the National Police and Guardia Civil who work in La Línea tell us that every day, in this part of the Campo de Gibraltar alone, at least seven motorboats, or 'narco-launches', arrive, each carrying between 2,000 and 3,000 kilos of

14:46

Local

"Immigration is downstairs"

SUSANA ZAMORA MALAGA

She will never forget that day, because it marked the rest of her life. She had gone to the police headquarters in Algeciras to start a seven-month training period as a police officer, after passing her first exams. “I had to give them some docume

15:11

LifeStyle

In search of pure sources of feeling

Mark Nayler revisiting laurie lee's andalucía

When the English writer and Hispanophile Laurie Lee stepped off the boat and onto the harbour of Algeciras in November 1951, pandemonium greeted him. It was 15 years since Lee had been in Spain, but the seafront of this chaotic, dirty fishing village

18:49

Travel

The Ouirgane valley - the unspoilt base for High Atlas holidaying

Andrew Forbes

Morocco is seductively exotic yet increasingly accessible. The modest airport at Marrakech is finally being expanded and low-cost routes easily connect this bohemian, cultural, and historic city with Europe and beyond. After a few days exploring th

14:13

LifeStyle

“The amateur music society has been my life”

Tony Bryant FUENGIROLA

Collegium Musicum, an amateur choir and orchestra that was formed in 1975, will be giving a series of concerts on the coast during the last week of May. Their popular concerts are held twice yearly, but most people may fail to recognise the amount of

14:31

LifeStyle

The secrets beneath the surface

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN MALAGA

“We’ve found a really thick wall.” Ana Arancibia will never forget that statement, made by her colleague María del Mar Escalante when she hurtled up from the catacombs of the Buenavista Palace, like somebody possessed, to give her the news. “Thick?”