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Sport

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...action of the game, keeper Roberto, urged up by the crowd, leapt highest to head Rosales' freekick wide of Neto's left post. A game of two halves if ever there was one. It felt like the days of old when the Blue and Whites threatened an upset in the

10:04

LifeStyle

Farewell to a legendary generation

TONY BRYANT music

Ironically, nine months later, on 7 December, his band mate, Greg Lake, died after a long battle with cancer, making the group's drummer, Carl Palmer, the only surviving member of the band. Two American music legends were next on this ever-growing list.

13:52

Gibraltar

Chess festival takes place this month

Debbie Bartlett

...best-organised event of its kind in the world"and this year it promises to be the best ever, with players of all standards and around 50 countries competing for prizes totalling £190,000.

09:22

Travel

The cities above the clouds

andrew forbes travel

...mountains. The gateway to the valley For many visitors the adventure of exploring the famous Sacred Valley of the Incas begins with this extraordinary flight. The approach to land in Cusco is like nothing I have ever experienced before. You can see the

09:22

What to do

“A great deal of contemporary art has lost its spiritual element”

Antonio Javier López interview

...was very exciting to see how we tackled the same project from very different dimensions. In reality, I believe that nothing is ever done completely alone, not even a work of art. It’s impossible, because there are always elements that are

10:11

LifeStyle

Emotions running high in Pamplona

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...dislocated, aimless existence in Paris the rest of the year - is called back every July to Pamplona for his annual fix (even though he doesn’t participate in the ‘encierros’ himself). Jake is a moody, troubled character whose past is only ever briefly

10:12

LifeStyle

Haunted by the past

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...the Republican side, has ever been put on trial for crimes against humanity. The tragic corollary of that is unknown numbers of murdered Spaniards languishing in anonymous oblivion for decades, their families denied knowledge of how or where their

10:12

LifeStyle

Life, death, love and war

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...action sequences and, at its heart, one of the greatest love stories ever written. Jordan is a demolition expert, assigned to a Republican guerilla band to blow up a bridge as part of an offensive on Segovia. His commitment to the task, and to what he ... one brought to life by some of the finest dialogue Hemingway ever wrote. One wonders to what extent his protagonist’s belated, earth-shattering realisation was also Hemingway’s - namely, that “love is the most important thing that can happen to a human ... closer, convinced as he is of its impossibility; and the novel’s final chapter, detailing the bridge-blowing and subsequent retreat, is surely the most exciting and moving set piece Hemingway ever wrote. You might have to read it, as I did, pacing around

10:12

LifeStyle

A short-lived revolutionary idyll

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...would change, but in late 1936 Orwell was too excited by his first sight of Barcelona to study the fraught infighting of the anti-fascists. For here was a city, unlike any other he had ever seen, “where the working class was in the saddle”. Orwell saw

10:12

Local

Foreigners buy four out of ten properties sold in Malaga province

nuria triguero

...continues to be the driving force behind this sustained recovery in property sales. Of the more than 14,000 homes sold in Malaga province between January and June, 5,570 were purchased by someone from another country. This is the highest figure ever for the

10:12

National

Everything’s changed, but what’s different?

Íñigo Gurruchaga brexit

ever since the first day, they have appreciated my experience, and the languages I speak. We have worked hard and saved as much as we could and now we have opened a shop selling beauty products for men,” she says. What about Brexit? “We haven’t

10:12

LifeStyle

A first taste of the land of his dreams

Mark Nayler reading into spain

“seemed to rise from the sea like some rust-corroded wreck”. Here he spent his first ever night abroad, sleeping at a rustic inn next to a snoring old man tethered to his goat, his head “roaring with Spain”. Lee’s imperious poetic economy enables him to ... Europe had ever seen.

10:12

Opinion

A dream come true?

...of the liver. History has shown us many great figures that apparently did not care, starting with Winston Churchill. His normal day consisted of two bottles of champagne, multiple dry martinis, free-flowing wine with all meals, and his ever

10:12

LifeStyle

The essence of old Andalucía

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...globalisation can only ever encroach so far among a population whose irreverent individualism is matched only by its attachment to tradition. Returning to the UK from holidays in Spain throughout my teens and 20s, I was always panicked by the thought that, for

10:12

Opinion

Caballero

Peter Edgerton

...sigh) “Honestly, he wasn’t. Er, anyway, my mobile number was on the delivery slip wasn’t it? Why didn’t he call that?” “Caballero [this word means ‘Sir’ or ‘Gentleman’ in Spanish but is only ever used as a sort of indirect insult when someone knows

10:12

Opinion

The Law of Lopetegui

Rob Palmer

I very much doubt that the Spain coach ever heard the famous “you won’t win anything with kids” analysis, but Julen Lopetegui, nonetheless, adheres to it. Look very closely at the squads of Spain and England this week and you will discover the

10:30

Local

Learning for pleasure on the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant malaga

...a total of more than 400 members in 2003, steps were taken to separate the two in order to facilitate the administration. The Marbella and Fuengirola branches have been operating independently ever since. There are currently 300 members,

10:31

National

Doñana, a park running dry

fernando miñana

...we can see. The aquifer dropped to its lowest ever levels during the last major drought in 199, and now there are parts which are at the same level even though it has rained more. The worst thing is that no water is being saved for when the next big ... ever dies from a lack of Mozart, but...” It is like comparing Doñana with the Prado museum. Neither is vital for existence, but they both have an incalculable intangible value. Doñana owes its name to Doña Ana de Silva y Mendoza, the daughter of the