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15:01

Opinion

What if?

Mark Nayler

The success of far-right Vox and centre-right Ciudadanos in the Andalusian elections on Sunday has given Spanish prime minister Pedro Sánchez an idea. Although his party, the Socialist PSOE, has lost control of a region it has dominated for decades,

14:55

Sport

The Marbella slide continues

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

Marbella fell to their second consecutive league defeat on Sunday, in what was quite possibly their worst showing of the season so far. Padilla's side started and finished the game slowly and were punished in the 20th minute from Recreativo Granada

14:30

Local

Strikes in France hold up fresh produce from Costa going north

AUGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Growers of tropical fruits in Malaga province have seen their businesses affected last week by strikes in France. The protests are over an increase on tax on fuel, and roads have been blocked, delaying fresh produce on the time-critical journey to

14:51

Opinion

Going down

Mark Nayler

There was welcome and surprising news this week, in that Rodrigo Rato is definitely going to prison. Rato - former Spanish economy minister, deputy prime minister and ex IMF boss - has been sentenced to four-and-a-half years for using "black credit

12:21

National

'La Manada' sexual abuse sentence upheld

SUR.

A senior court in Pamplona has upheld a controversial judgment against five men from Seville who were found guilty of the group sexual abuse of a young woman during the San Fermín bull-running festival in 2016. The on-going case of the five

12:14

National

Early success for strict new congestion scheme in Madrid

SUR

...diesel and petrol cars can enter the zone providing they are going to a public car park. Public transport, taxis, motorcycles and delivery companies can also still enter. After a first day of chaos on Friday, traffic flow was smoother by Monday this

13:17

LifeStyle

Are you going out today?

Tony Bryant

Today is Friday 13th, a day that is considered unlucky for those of a superstitious nature, for it is believed to be a bad omen and bring misfortune. Some people, especially in US and UK, will avoid normal daily activities, like driving their car

16:20

Opinion

On the steps of the European Parliament I sat down and wept

Jennie Rhodes

...spent going from one old haunt to another: chips from Brussels institution Maison Antoine on Place Jourdan with a beer from L'Espérance, or as we called it Chez Bernard, and a stroll around the European Quarter to see if other places we used to go to ... beyond our control. From Coelho's quote, I would be tempted to change the 'which' to 'what'; forgetting, in our case, is not painful. Knowing what to do for the best, however, is. Sitting on the steps of the European Parliament and weeping isn't going ... sat down on the steps of the European Parliament and wept, forgetting is not painful, at least up until that fateful night in June 2016, but waiting for what is going to happen to us most certainly is.

13:25

Opinion

The right change?

Rachel Haynes

A read of the literature sent by post to every voter by the main political parties before the Andalusian election last weekend made you want to vote for them all. All four were going to do away with corruption, cut down hospital waiting lists, ... improve the economy, education etc. Of course the leaflets they use to canvass votes don't tell you how they're going to do it, but all these smiling candidates wanted to make our lives and our region better. One message that all the groups but one were

13:30

Local

Lifeguards save bathers who ignored red flag on Mijas beach

IVÁN GELIBTER

. Ricardo Borrego and Álvaro Morales, both lifeguards on beaches in Mijas, are only 23 years old. However, they can now say with legitimate pride that they have saved the lives of two people. The sea was rough and there was a strong marine current