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11:29

Local

Mother accused of trying to kill homeless disabled daughter in suicide pact

Alberto GÓMEZ / Juan CANO

...story, both mother, Carmen, and daughter, Ana, are safe, both recovering from injuries that the mother supposedly inflicted on their wrists. An initial charge of attempted murder was dropped against her and changed to assisting in a suicide. In the pact,

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

16:39

National

Supreme Court increases sentence in high-profile 'wolfpack' sex case

SUR

The Supreme Court has changed the initial trial verdict in the high-profile 'La Manada' (wolfpack) case and increased the sentence. Its decision last Friday brought widespread public praise, especially from women's rights groups. The six friends

12:45

LifeStyle

12 April 1931: Local elections led to the Second Republic

Debbie Bartlett

On 12 April 1931 local elections were held in Spain for the first time in years, and the result - a landslide victory for republicans and left-wing parties - changed the course of history. The number of seats on each council was determined by the ... disagreeing with some of the articles in the new Constitution. He was also selected to be the President of the new Republic, a post he retained until the Civil War began in 1936. Under the new government, many things changed rapidly in Spain. It

12:45

Gibraltar

As Brexit looms, Gibraltar welcomes the idea of a Tangier trade office

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...importation of goods from the Spanish side. The economy underwent a fundamental change at that time which changed the focus from imports and labour by land to imports and labour by sea, largely from Morocco across the Strait. "The situation today is clearly

13:21

LifeStyle

"Sudden death can affect anyone"

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...very high. The problem is in the whole of Europe, not just Spain, and it is due to a lack of funding. Things have changed. Research used to receive a lot of support from industry but that has decreased a great deal since the relationship between ... industry and the medical world was changed to prevent conflicts of interests. The economic crisis in 2008 also had an impact on the whole of Europe and that is still being felt today. Despite having researchers of a very high standard, the resources are ... syndrome, and in Europe it would be one in a thousand. It has completely changed the concept of this illness, which used to be classified as rare but is very common now. And is it detected easily? It isn't often diagnosed. When a young person dies, if

13:31

National

From Julen to Franco, a review of some of the year's news stories

Debbie Bartlett

...sides and the legal proceedings are ongoing. On the political stage, following regional elections the Junta de Andalucía government changed hands after being governed by PSOE for 36 years, and is being run by a coalition between Partido Popular and