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12:22

National

UK Ryanair strike has little effect but flyers brace for Spanish action

NEIL HESKETH

...run by either Spanish-based crews or overseas-based crews. Spanish- based crews have said they will stop work for 10 days in September over the closure of bases on the Canaries and possibly in Girona. The dates planned are: 1, 2, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22,

12:19

Local

Council aims to get ahead and start 2020 with annual budget in place

NIEVES CASTRO

...stressed on Monday that Marbella is among the best local councils in terms of the average length of time it takes to pay an invoice to a supplier. He said that currently the council pays its bills between 19 and 23 days from the date of issue, comfortably

13:24

Sport

Far-reaching problems

Rob Palmer

Remember those days, not so very long ago, when FC Barcelona was held up as the model for all to follow? The team was packed with graduates of the famous La Masia academy and complemented with a handful of world superstars. The club had an ... with an option to buy for 120 million euros. There's no way that option will ever be exercised! When Pep Guardiola was manager he insisted on strict discipline and time-keeping. I was told he made an example by fining a senior player in his early days

12:45

What to do

Bagpipes, bands and battles keep the legend alive in Teba

C. WAY / SUR IN ENGLISH

Tartan has come to Teba, as the town's annual Scottish Douglas Days Festival is already under way. From now until 25 August, Teba expects to welcome up to 8,000 visitors, excited to revel in the 15th year of festivities. Legendary Sir James

12:32

Opinion

Traditions or torment?

Debbie Bartlett

Ferias are a bit like Marmite - you either love them or hate them, and in my case I have gone from one extreme to another. In my younger days I'd have been there, dancing the night away and sipping sherry as if there were a lagoon of it that had to

12:39

LifeStyle

Fans are as fashionable as ever

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ

...significance even today, especially in the months from April to September. The fan is many things at the same time; it is used to battle the heat, it is an accessory, and it is also a symbol. Despite also working on other business lines these days, the fan ... continues to be special for Cristina. The owner of Ceylan Málaga is insistent that the fan is not an accessory of bygone days, and she herself makes sure to customise the fans in order to ensure that they keep with the fashion trends of today. Cristina

13:15

Opinion

Difficult questions

Mark Nayler

Europe's latest immigration crisis was resolved this week, with the Open Arms rescue boat docking on the Italian island of Lampedusa after twenty days at sea. Italy's public prosecutor, Luigi Patronaggio, finally overrode the country's interior

12:42

LifeStyle

Risk of skin cancer is higher if bald

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...on the beach, forgetting that we are exposed to the sun on a daily basis. This is even more the case for people in certain professions, such as builders, gardeners, fishermen and athletes who spend their days outdoors. However, people who have hair

12:36

LifeStyle

Art show in Marbella aims to raise awareness of excessive plastic use

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...discovered a passion for art. "I wanted to reinvent myself, and although it took a long time, I like it a lot." Each one of the animals has its own style and colours, which the artist has clearly detailed. "It took several days to do some of the pieces.

12:41

LifeStyle

El Camino cycle in fight against cancer

EUGENIO CABEZAS

September, and the Plaza del Obradoiro in Santiago de Compostela, which will take around 13 days, travelling on average 120 kilometres a day. They are both already experts in the various routes leading to the Galician cathedral, following some of the most