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17:17

Sport

"We've been thinking about the winter transfer window since September"

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

...what may have happened since 1 September, because we want to grow in what we are doing. The word resignation doesn't enter into our vocabulary, ever. What situation will Malaga need to be in at Christmas, if the present crisis is to be reversible? ... if they questioned me. We are trying, we are doing our best and working hard like we did last year, but we're not getting the results. But won't people's patience run out if this crisis continues? Patience is symptomatic in this club, on all

18:36

National

A return to normality

MARK NAYLER

Rajoy, the medium-term health of the Spanish economy depends on the December 21st vote. Rajoy's administration is understandably concerned about what might happen if the Catalonia crisis continues into next year. Indeed, the Popular Party lowered its

13:11

Opinion

Baby food!

IGNACIO LILLO

...or badly for many people over the coming months. Firstly, the general feeling that the financial crisis is over. Even if that is partly true, it's a sobering thought that Bancosol food bank says that some 49,000 local people still rely on them to

13:13

Opinion

Problem solving

Mark Nayler

...accepted in Barcelona, would still only address one aspect of a problem that goes much deeper than economics. Economics is a substantial part of the Catalonia crisis, of course - or at least it's said to be by separatists. It is a long-held grievance ... questions, but an even more complex one is whether a fiscal solution alone is enough to resolve the Catalonia crisis. The political divides that the issue has uncovered and inflamed suggest that such measures would not go to the heart of the matter. That

14:10

Local

"On a day-to-day basis it's business as usual in Catalonia"

Rachel Haynes

...have a real interest in the Catalan market and in keeping employment growing. “We are just coming out of a financial crisis and we don't want to see a region like Catalonia fall into another one,” she adds. “No one knows what's going to happen after

11:26

LifeStyle

Reality filtered through altered minds

Mark Nayler

Woman is Madrid itself. Nowhere is Navarro's descriptive talent more obvious than in the passages that deal with Elisa's nocturnal explorations of the capital's suburbs - areas littered with post-crisis, unfinished housing, most of it occupied by

12:07

LifeStyle

A piece of Finland in the sun

Susana Zamora

...beginning to pick up again after the crisis. However, Suvi thought that her role of entrepreneur, mother and even councillor (she was in charge of the Foreign Residents department in Fuengirola from 2007 to 2010, when Esperanza Oña was mayor) was not enough,

13:06

Local

Building licence approved for new San Pedro health centre

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

...was first approved by the council in 2010 but plans were subsequently put on hold during the years of the financial crisis. According to district mayor for San Pedro on Marbella council, Rafael Piña, the new council had committed to speeding up