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13:07

Local

Elderly man is gagged and threatened in home in Fuengirola

ÁLVARO FRÍAS

Three Spaniards, aged 26 to 39, were arrested in Fuengirola after an elderly man was found gagged and tied up inside his home. The man was deceived by the female in the group, who asked for a glass of water, claiming that her car had broken down.

12:49

LifeStyle

Spanish history from a female perspective

JENNIE RHODES

Granada-based British writer, Barbara Lamplugh, has recently published her second novel set in Spain; The Red Gene. The book comes four years after Secrets of the Pomegranate, released in 2015. The story starts in 1936 as Civil War breaks out in Sp

15:05

Sport

A dream of reaching the very top

MARINA RIVAS

...player but, noticing how much she enjoyed the sport, a friend recommended that she should take a different path, that of refereeing. Eight years later, this young woman from Huelin is the province's highest-level female referee. At first sight, perhaps ... this may not seem like a high level, but as Bea points out, "In Andalucía there is not a single woman who referees in the Third Division and, in fact, there are only two female main officials in the senior División de Honor. The other is María José ... Villegas, from Cordoba, who referees in the Liga Iberdrola and is waiting to see if she can move up to the Third Division this year." Despite a continual increase in female interest in football refereeing, women still remain in the minority, and even more so

14:48

LifeStyle

Malaga's forgotten female writers

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...to Primo de Rivera to demand universal suffrage and was Spain's first female ambassador and work inspector. Madison Square Garden was packed when she made a speech criticising the lack of international solidarity against the advance of fascism in ... considered one of the mothers of modern feminism. The education she received at home was fundamental in understanding her activism, which was based on an unshakeable social commitment. She was Spain’s first female ambassador, in Sweden and Finland from 1937 ... to 1939, after becoming the first female work inspector in 1933. However, it was more than 70 years before her autobiography, Hambre de libertad. Memorias de una Embajadora Republicana was published in Spain. Oyarzábal, whose mother was Scottish, had

18:00

Education

Cártama students' project honours female pioneers

Tony Bryant

Gallardo, who asked students to propose a list of potential names. Among the plaques unveiled last week were María Teresa León, a writer from the Generation of 27; María Luz Morales, the first female director of a Spanish national newspaper; and Emilia

18:13

LifeStyle

11 October 1977: The return of Victoria Kent

LIZ PARRY / RACHEL HAYNES

...needed to be better education before they got the suffrage, the danger being that the largely uneducated female population would just vote as Catholic priests instructed them. During the Civil War Kent worked in the defence of Madrid before leaving

17:58

Opinion

Getting enough water

PETER HARRISON

...same with food. I knew the lady who was the first female reporter into Belsen's concentration camp. Troops rushed to feed and water the emancipated prisoners. Evadne, a qualified nurse, restrained them and thereby saved many lives. A little at a time is

17:45

Opinion

Lists

ANDREW J. LINN

...catering for the event was magically managed by a female-run company. But these gestures convinced nobody, even less so when the organisers drew attention to the five award-winning lady chefs on the 50 Best list. Yes, only five out of 50. That was not the

13:24

Local

Benalmádena honours ten female literary figures

TONY BRYANT

Benalmádena town hall has christened the walkways in La Paloma Park with the names of ten of Spain's most celebrated twentieth-century female writers. Ten hand-painted plaques - designed to look like open books - have been installed on the walkways,