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20:32

LifeStyle

Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

Francoist connotations Activists in Barcelona want the holiday cancelled and a statue of Columbus removed from La Rambla, but both ideas have so far been rejected. Badalona city council, which has long supported the idea of the region breaking away from

12:21

Sport

The managerial carousel

Rob Palmer

Guardiola, Jose Mourinho, Rafa Benítez and Mauricio Pochettino all made their name in Spain before heading to the top clubs in England. Now there is a new breed of manger breaking through! In La Liga we don't have the likes of Sam Allardyce, David Moyes,

19:48

LifeStyle

New Year's resolutions: a 4,000-year-old pledge to self-improvement

Tony Bryant

...believed that the Babylonians were the first to make New Year's resolutions around 4,000 years ago, and people all over the world have been making, and breaking, them ever since. New Year's Day celebrations began in pre-Christian times, beginning with

11:10

Local

Andalucía breaks through 11m foreign tourist barrier in 2017

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

Andalucía received 10.6 million international tourists, beating the 2016 annual record a month early. This means that once final year- end data is reported in a few weeks, the region will have had a record-breaking 11 million number of visits at least.

14:38

Sport

Fading into significance

Rob Palmer

Gareth Bale in 2014 as Zinedine Zidane has preferred to nurture and develop young talent. This plan has worked but now it needs revising. The team has grown complacent and needs refreshing. The club may have to go back to plan A and start breaking

12:22

Opinion

A rough deal

Mark Nayler

...been fired over corruption allegations, and the scandals have stopped breaking. Wouldn't it be refreshing if that were true? Instead, the “love affair” between Ciudadanos and the PP has long since exited its honeymoon period and corruption still plagues