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10:41

Local

Child recovering after bouncy castle accident

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An eight-year-old girl is recovering well at the Axarquía hospital after falling off a bouncy castle during the San José celebrations in Periana last Sunday. Strong winds caused the ropes tying the inflatable castle to give way. The girl, who is f

11:33

Local

Two years for father whose son died in a car crash without his child seat correctly secured

Álvaro FRÍAS / Juan CANO

A man in Malaga has been sentenced to two years in prison for his role in the traffic accident in which his son died. The sentence, to which this newspaper has had access, indicates that the defendant did not secure the child's safety seat correctly ... and, as a result, the child was thrown out of the vehicle and died. The events occurred on 5 February 2017 when the defendant was driving his Opel Corsa on the MA-20 motorway close to the city's Carlos Haya tunnel at a speed of between 120 and 130

10:40

LifeStyle

Padel player wins a match point against diabetes

ENRIQUE MIRANDA

...has received since his videos were posted online. "I never imagined they would be so well received, honestly. Reading some of the messages brought tears to my eyes, for example when parents have said my story will be such a help to their child. It

19:10

Local

"I never thought a child could fit in that hole; I'll never forgive myself"

Juan CANO / Fernando TORRES

...boy who were going to enjoy a paella in the countryside] of the danger there was, thinking that someone could break their foot. I never thought that a child could fit down there. I will never forgive myself for not seeing that danger," said Serrano,

13:27

Opinion

Working dads

ANA BARREALES

Let's see who can explain to the Constitutional Court that once the first months of a baby's life have passed, when a mother has recovered from the birth, both parents can look after their child equally well. And that not giving them equal leave ... interrupt their professional careers to be mothers for longer than the birth, but because sharing the bringing-up of a child is a duty and a right of all parents. Of course when a company has to choose between a man and a woman, of new parent age, they will ... employ the man. Dads should have a longer paternity leave to strengthen their links with the child, to be able to enjoy fatherhood and, as a friend once told me, to be left "holding the baby" as that's the only way to learn. And on top of all this the

14:20

LifeStyle

Costa del Sol mourns death of 60s wild child, Shelagh Tennant

Tony Bryant

The recent death of Shelagh Tennant, the 60s wild child noted for being the person who helped bring The Beatles to Spain, has shocked the expat community of the Costa del Sol. The 75-year-old former model and owner of Shelagh's Bar, one of the

09:14

LifeStyle

16 November 1491: The mystery of the Holy Child of La Guardia

Daryl Finch

...the stake or burned alive. Records of the confessions, extracted under torture, reveal that the men, from La Guardia in Toledo, were accused of two things: the profanation of a Host and the murder by crucifixion of a Christian child on Good Friday ... a number of details (the age of the child, the names of his parents, the place of his birth and residence, and the place where the crime was supposedly committed). What's more, this child was missed nowhere, no body was ever found, nor the heart. ... They couldn't even agree on a name. He therefore became known as the Holy Child of La Guardia (El Santo Niño de La Guardia). This was perhaps the most significant of the so-called 'blood libels' to have occurred in Spain as 'the Holy Child' was

14:45

LifeStyle

Exploring Andalucía's gastronomy

Jennie Rhodes

British food and travel writer, blogger and photographer, Fiona Dunlop, was in Malaga last week ahead of a six-day gastronomic tour of Andalucía and following the launch of her new book, Andaluz. 'Secret Andalucía' is the first tour Fiona is giving