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14:28

Sport

Lacklustre Malaga defeated in first Andalusian derby of the season

Daryl Finch

...from Sadiku, Fernando had nothing to do. Víctor changed it up in the second half with Hugo Vallejo and Dani Pacheco replacing the ineffective Esteban Rolón and Renato Santos. A switch to a back three saw the hosts dominate the possession but chance

14:42

Opinion

Open to revision

Mark Nayler

...government - a state of affairs that's unlikely to be changed by a repeat vote due on November 10th. Indeed, Spain hasn't had a stable majority government since the end of 2015. So far, though, the macroeconomic impact of this uncertainty has been

14:12

Opinion

How to close a good eatery

ANDREW J. LINN

...local area was suddenly catapulted to fame and became a destination for half the State. Queues of five hours and a different type of customer changed everything in a day. Much later Alexander had to return to Portland on another newspaper

16:15

Sport

Malaga just above the drop zone as struggles in front of goal continue

Daryl Finch

...up by Muñoz, could only fire straight at keeper Diego Mariño from a tight angle. The only consolation was that Sporting created even less in the first 45 minutes. That changed after the break as the game opened up. The visitors' first chance came

14:40

Sport

Goodbye to the queen of the snow

ICÍAR OCHOA DE OLANO

Her blue eyes always looked sad. Even when she smiled, something she did frequently, there was still sadness in her eyes. Blanca Fernández Ochoa, the first Spanish woman to win a medal in the Winter Olympics, may have changed the history of skiing,

13:06

National

Simulations and training undertaken in Spanish hospitals to fight against Ebola

DANIEL ROLDÁN

...she fled from there. She travelled 700 kilometres to the south, where she died. The WHO says she changed her identity four times during her journey. Why? Because she didn't want to be identified, due to her lack of trust about medicine and her false ... Something that has changed everything in the fight against this illness, however, is the vaccines. At the moment, the rVSV-EBOV which is in experimental phase is being applied in the Congo. The WHO has already recommended the use of a second one, and a

13:15

Sport

Azahara Muñoz, the talisman for Europe

EFE/SUR GOLF

Europe for the sixth time. She was ruthless in the way she bettered the American team which already had the trophy in its sights, because with two games to go they were ahead by 13.5 to 11.5. However, everything then changed. First, Britain's Bronte