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11:50

National

More for less

JEREMY BLATCH finance

...managers will fail to beat the market rate of return; and third, the average actively managed fund costs seven times more than the average passive index fund. (Investment Company Institute 2014 and Morningstar Inc.) Since 1976, passive index funds allow

14:44

National

Vote of no confidence in PM fails as left-wing parties draw closer

SUR MADRID

Spain’s prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, lived to fight another day on Wednesday when an attempt to end his minority conservative government failed. In only the third ‘no confidence’ motion tabled against a government since Spain’s post-dictatorship

16:54

Opinion

Other people's virus

IGNACIO LILLO

The balconies of an average street in Spain are currently providing an excellent cross-section of our society. There are balconies that applaud every day, without fail, enthusiastic, starting even before the clock strikes eight. There are

10:16

Local

A tax on people who fail to recycle their rubbish?

Nuria Triguero Malaga

Imagine that when you throw away your rubbish you have to insert an identity card into the container, so the authorities know how much rubbish you produce and what percentage of it you recycle. It may sound unlikely, but it could become reality befor

10:40

LifeStyle

Sad farewell to popular British expat

TONY BRYANT

The expat community of Torremolinos has mourned the death of one the town's most popular characters. A resident of Torremolinos since 1994, Jocelyn Philomena Jackson died of a heart attack due to failing health brought on by Alzheimer. The 83 year ol

15:09

Gibraltar

Government donates bikes to Morocco

Debbie Bartlett GIBRALTAR

There has been a happy ending to the failed Gibibike scheme which was introduced by the previous government in 2011: 50 of the bicycles have now been made roadworthy and donated by the present Gibraltar government for use in Morocco, via the Internat

17:45

Local

Funky Buddha Beach reopens after two-year planning delays

Mónica Pérez

A well-known upmarket Marbella nightclub has reopened its summer beach club venue, two years after it was shut down in a planning scandal involving Marbella town hall. Funky Buddha Beach is now operating for the summer season next to El Pinillo be

11:24

Local

Police hunt driver of hire car involved in hit-and-run

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ bENALMÁDENA

Police continue to search for the driver of a hire car that was involved in a hit-and-run incident in Benalmádena on Sunday. A 41-year-old Swedish man suffered multiple injuries, including a blow to the head and serious bruising, after his bike was

11:08

Local

Hire car involved in Benalmádena hit-and-run incident

F. Jiménez

Police were trying on Monday to locate the driver of a hire car that was involved in a hit-and-run incident in Benalmádena on Sunday. A 41-year-old Swedish man suffered multiple contusions after his bike was hit by a car on Avenida del Sol at 7.25

14:38

National

Left-wing parties get ready to debate which direction to take

SUR Madrid

In an echo of what is happening in left-wing parties across Europe, Spain's Podemos and PSOE are both still locked in separate internal debates about their futures. Podemos, which grew rapidly from a popular street movement to almost overtake the

10:12

Gibraltar

Royal Navy fires warning flares at Spanish research ship

Debbie Bartlett

The Royal Navy fired several warning flares at the Spanish research vessel Ángeles Alvariño in a tense stand-off which lasted several hours on Sunday, when the Spanish ship failed to respond to radio communications and repeated orders to leave the wa

11:44

Local

Emergency measures announced to bring water to inland villages

SUR MALAGA

The Diputación, the provincial authority, has announced that it will spend a total of 6.5 million euros this year to improve water supplies to some 70 villages in the province, most of them inland. The news comes as the dry summer months start and