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18:00

Local

Guardia Civil unions call for Mijas police reinforcements

fernando torres

Civil staff covering the 150-square-kilometre area of Mijas compared to National Police officers who patrol the much smaller, neighbouring Fuengirola area. "Colleagues are run down, tired and in low spirits, they feel abandoned and with no resources,"

17:34

LifeStyle

"Music brings us all together and makes us feel a sense of belonging in the world"

TONY BRYANT

...allows people who may not play instruments to immediately be able to interact and feel a sense of joy through making music. I'm very happy to say that my audiences always leave those gigs smiling and it's largely due to the music they end up making ... can you explain what music means to you? Music is everything and everywhere: it is our hearts beating, a bird singing, tinkling laughter or a child crying. It brings us all together and makes us feel a sense of belonging in the world. Are you ... in some mountains outside Barcelona. It was beautiful there and had a great sense of community. The people there were wonderful and made us feel very welcome. What can the audience expect at next week's concerts? They will see my sister and I

20:01

LifeStyle

Obese, but feeling slim

Ángel Escalera MALAGA

They look in the mirror and think they’re fine. They’re satisfied with the image in front of them and they don’t notice any excess weight. This is the case with over 80 per cent of people whose weight puts them in the category of “obese”. Even though

12:18

Sport

The difficult journey back into sport after becoming a mum

MARINA RIVAS

...goes to pick up her little girl in her Malaga kit having just come out of training. But the truth is that she doesn't mind, because now she's happier than ever. "I wanted to feel like a footballer again," she admits. "While I'm still involved in the ... game I'll give 100 per cent - all my desire, all my motivation. Football gives me life. "I haven't thought about how long I'll play for but right now I feel very good. As long as I feel good physically and I can compete, I will continue."

15:11

LifeStyle

In search of pure sources of feeling

Mark Nayler revisiting laurie lee's andalucía

When the English writer and Hispanophile Laurie Lee stepped off the boat and onto the harbour of Algeciras in November 1951, pandemonium greeted him. It was 15 years since Lee had been in Spain, but the seafront of this chaotic, dirty fishing village

23:54

Education

Secondary poems

...silver bullets, Stinging my skin each time one hits, She glances up and stares deep into my eye, Then she runs into the night without saying goodbye. All the world goes quiet, And I await my reaction, I want to feel pain, But instead, I feel ... curtain. Depression is unseen to them, happy, Of the world around them… which is known As The eternal torture that is life... I deny putting on earphones, Turning away from thy peak of satisfaction, I feel the world judging me and my doings, Why Is ... gives you satisfaction. But, when it switches off It’s sad and depressing And you’ll feel the grief of being alone. But, when it switches back on It makes you even happier than before. So maybe instead of dying in your grief, Wait for another electrical

17:55

Local

Axarquía growers start to feel effects of drought

ÁGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

The Axarquía really started to feel the effects of the drought last week when around 10 communities of growers had their water supply cut off. Restrictions were established at the beginning of December, meaning that growers of crops such as mangoes

16:29

LifeStyle

The need to feel useful after retirement

Jennie Rhodes

When Jenny Mahimbo retired and moved to Spain in 2015 she felt restless and couldn't get used to life in the slow lane. "I needed to feel useful," says the retired social worker, who received a MBE for services to children in the Queen's birthday ... the opportunity to learn about the Spanish way of life from her neighbours and people she has met since she moved there. "I still feel the need to be useful," Jenny says. She now spends three or more hours a day as a volunteer on a Facebook page ... for the east of Malaga area. Far from enjoying a relaxing retirement, after 40 years of helping those in need, for Jenny, the need to feel useful is clearly not going to leave her just yet.