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11:48

Local

"Everything has changed since the coronavirus pandemic struck"

Tony Bryant

...returned to work, leaving us short-staffed once more. Why are you currently struggling to find new volunteers? Everything has changed since the coronavirus pandemic struck. A large proportion of our volunteers were senior citizens and retirees. Some

15:51

Local

Lack of control causes rise in numbers of wild boar in urban areas on the Costa del Sol

IGNACIO LILLO / HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

...problem. Something ought to be done. We have spoken to our superior officers, but nothing has changed so far," he explained. Up to five caught in one day In Marbella, wild boar and pigs moved into the centre of the town during the months of lockdown, ... and things have hardly changed since. So far this year the council has captured around 50 of these animals, sometimes four or five of them in one day. They live in the hills and when the sun sets they come down to the residential estates to look for

16:07

Sport

Crackpots

Rob Palmer

Singapore. He frequently summons his henchmen to Asia to order them to make changes which very rarely improve the club. He's changed the coach on nine occasions in his five-year reign. Only once did he make a sound appointment. Marcelino, a time served

23:40

LifeStyle

Evita's five days in Andalucía

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Some say that the trip to Spain changed Eva Perón. According to the opinion of journalist Ángeles Blanco, who wrote the 2019 book Los Dos Viajes de Evita (The Two Trips of Evita): "She came to Spain as Eva Perón and 18 days later left as Evita."

14:59

LifeStyle

'The sea and cancer both test your strength'

JUDITH ROMERO

...women two weeks to get to Barcelona, captained by one of the country's finest athletes, Ángela Pumariega, who won a gold medal in the Elliott 6-metre class at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. The coronavirus has changed all their plans and although

22:03

Sport

Malaga move into the play-off places with important away win

Daryl Finch

...grasp. With the scoreboard showing 2-0 after just 26 minutes, Zaragoza head coach Rubén Baraja changed his side’s tactics, narrowing the field, allowing his midfielders to get on the ball more. Malaga, by contrast, were happy to cede possession and

16:11

LifeStyle

Genalguacil won't let the virus get in the way of art

Antonio Javier López

Just over a month ago the cartoonist Albert Uderzo died, leaving orphaned the adventures of Asterix the Gaul and Obelix. However, the unyielding spirit of their French hamlet in its battle against the Roman empire lives on in places like Genalguacil,

15:30

Opinion

From one day to the next

Rachel Haynes

...turned on its head. Everything changed from one day to the next. We are at war. More and more warlike vocabulary is slipping into our conversations: frontline, battle, victory, attack, defence... But the enemy is that cute-looking thing at the top of a

20:13

LifeStyle

A celebration of G&T and its Andalusian connections

Alekk M. Saanders

...distillery in Malaga - the pioneer in the spirits field in Spain. In 1916, the third marquis José Aurelio Larios purchased the company and changed the name to Larios & Cía, and later, in 1932, to Larios S.A. In that period Malaga became doubly well-known

15:14

Local

Adiós to the 'real thing' in Malaga

NURIA TRIGUERO

Obviously, things changed with the turn of the century. Technology was introduced into the factory, with mechanised processes which reduced the need for workers. There were changes in shareholders, the older employees began to retire and the atmosphere was no

17:47

Local

Warm autumn means an early arrival of pine processionary caterpillars

MATÍAS STUBER

Summer is still several months away, but the 'Thaumetopea pitycampa', or processionary caterpillar as it is better known, can already be seen in southern Spain. The pine trees by the Guadalhorce river estuary are infested with nests and experts are w

11:03

Local

Vox to expel Mijas councillor who changed his mind at the last minute

I.GELIBTER.

...withdraw as head of the electoral list for Vox but it was too late to take his name off the ballot paper. The number two on the Vox list, Maya Escolar, stepped in and carried out all the campaiging as Vox's public face. However Rivero reportedly changed his

20:55

What to do

Marbella aims to be the Golden Mile of modern art

Antonio Javier López

...hardly any designer furniture shops in Marbella. People who lived here used to buy elsewhere for their properties here. That has changed now. What is happening with contemporary art is similar. The clients exist, but until a short time ago there was

19:26

LifeStyle

Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

The celebration of the anniversary in Spain dates to 1935, when the first festival was held in Madrid. In 1981, a royal decree established Día de la Hispanidad as a national holiday, but in 1987, the name was changed to Fiesta Nacional. The date of ... National Day changed several times during the 20th century; establishing it on the day of the international Columbus celebration was part of a compromise between conservatives, who wanted to emphasise the status of the monarchy and Spain's history, and