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17:04

LifeStyle

Infant screen addiction

DOMÈNICO CHIAPPE

...for the use of these technologies, meaning that, when you stop using, you experience withdrawal symptoms.” Children, regardless of gender, are all vulnerable to this addictive digital content. It is especially common if the child is shy or finds it

14:57

Travel

A taste of Menorca

Andrew Forbes

Our arrival at her restaurant Es Tast De Na Silvia was the reward for our long morning out in the countryside and market. Once inside this classic stone building, found in a narrow street in Cuitadella's historic centre, one finds a welcoming space

11:04

Travel

A balcony over Edinburgh

Andrew Forbes

Castle Esplanade. This Victorian optical curiosity allows visitors to stand within the small 'camera' chamber at the top of the tower, and see the city captured in real time, on a white dish-like table below. Nearby, in Lady Stair's Close one finds The

14:05

Sport

Defensive reinforcements imminent at Malaga

Daryl Finch

...joined from Galatasaray in the summer after the departure of Carlos Kameni, finds himself third choice, behind Roberto and Andrés Prieto in the pecking order. It is understood that neither his level of performance nor his attitude in training have been

14:54

Travel

Yerevan, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...lahmajoon - freshly made, thin dough covered in minced meat with herbs, tomatoes and onions, then fried. Locals describe them as little Armenian thin crust pizzas - tradition suggests you enjoy them with Tan, the ubiquitous yoghurt drink one finds across the

11:26

LifeStyle

Reality filtered through altered minds

Mark Nayler

...searching for something on these lone expeditions; indeed, she describes herself towards the novel's close as “unconsciously interrogating the cityscape”. But the gritty urban wastelands give up nothing and Elisa finds no answers. Found in translation

14:27

Local

How to break the glass ceiling

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...career,” she says. However, she is aware that there is still “a reluctance among men to give women a management post,” especiallyif she finds it demanding to reconcile family and professional life. “That is often the case, these days,” she admits. Public

13:30

Local

La Línea - on the line

SUSANA ZAMORA

...part of the local population finds smuggling to be a lucrative way of life in the absence of other opportunities. VIEWS Juan Franco Mayor of La Línea “It's like a seven-headed serpent; no matter how often you cut one off, another one grows” “If