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17:46

National

"We're on the verge of some gigantic changes"

FRANK GAVURIN

...some gigantic changes" which may be painful, but will wean us off over-reliance on monetary policy and move us towards the "return of the productive society, and all that that means". As SUR reported recently, Andalusian producers are concerned by new

13:16

LifeStyle

An underground jewel

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

A mine may have been abandoned by its miners, but it is still of interest to people who like to search for small minerals, either for their own collections or to sell on specialist websites or at fairs and street markets. The giant Pulpí geode, th

15:18

LifeStyle

A passion for planes

MATÍAS STUBER

When the bus stops, after a longer journey than expected, the group get off and stand on the tarmac. When looking at an airport from an incoming plane, it seems miniature, but from here everything looks gigantic. The planespotters line up and start

15:44

What to do

Fashion fever hits Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

The Plaza La Nogalera in Torremolinos will be transformed into a gigantic catwalk this weekend, when the town celebrates the spring edition of the Torremolinos Fashion Weekend (TFW). In order to support the local fashion industry, the TFW will

16:56

Travel

Where nature rules

Mark Nayler

Heritage site in 2009, the Three Peaks of Lavaredo (Tre Cime di Lavaredo) are amongst the Dolomites' most iconic peaks. Towering almost 3,000 metres above sea level and rooted in a light bedrock, they look like gigantic daggers. From the Auronzo hut near

14:25

Local

A historic tsunami in Estepona

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Estepona in the ninth century, this must have been a catastrophe because it would have destroyed a large part of the town. However, Dr Arteaga says that although a gigantic wave, 12 or 13 metres high, would have caused destruction, thanks to the city walls