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18:22

LifeStyle

Banderas and Almodóvar have sights set on an Oscar

francisco griñan

Antonio Banderas' search for an elusive Oscar nomination took one step in the right direction on Thursday when it was announced that the film Dolor y Gloria (Pain and Glory in English) was to be the Spanish candidate for the 2020 Academy Awards. Th

14:24

Opinion

War of the rosés

ANDREW J. LINN

...looks like in the glass, should taste like wine. Vineyard prices in Provence have gone crazy, and many well-known wine brands from other areas have spent fortunes in order not to be excluded from this burgeoning market. Clearly there will be a ... levelling out, but, as one of the major players has been quoted as saying, "We don't sell rosé wine, we sell the dream of the French Riviera". Hollywood personalities, including Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, and George Lucas, have invested in the rosé

11:21

Gibraltar

Fans flock to see stars at Gibraltar music festival

Ash Bolton

Thousands of music fans descended on the Rock to watch some of the world's most famous musicians at the Gibraltar Calling Music Festival last weekend. Now in its eighth year, the two-day event sold out just days before the festival gates opened at

14:30

National

Small business in freefall: an average of 22 shops a day have closed since July 2015

LUCÍA PALACIOS

Small business numbers have been gradually decreasing in Spain and the trend looks set to continue. The arrival of ditigal platforms such as Amazon and Alibaba on the retail scene, strong competition from huge companies like Inditex and El Corte ... ENTREPRENEURS 800 self-employed workers a day on average left the system in July. 13,000 shops are likely to disappear by the end of this year, according to Uatae forecasts. The statistics show that in the past four years an average of 22 shops have closed ... every day. The number of self-employed people in this sector has also goen down by 31,300 since July 2015, which is a drop of nearly four per cent. The figures refer to workers paying into the Social Security system and have been collated by the Uatae

14:23

National

Door opened for a million mortgages on 'abusive' IRPH rate to be cancelled

NURIA TRIGUERO / AGENCIES

...report is non-binding and a binding verdict is due in 2020 from a case currently in the Court of Justice. Consumer rights groups in Spain have taken the statement as a temporary victory in their battle over the IRPH rate that has caused an average

12:07

LifeStyle

Sarah's campaign reaches Ministry

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...in her difficult situation. They have started a campaign to ask for a better Orthoprosthetic Catalogue to be available on the health service, with higher quality equipment, co-financing and individual study of each case. Sarah and her parents have ... would only be entitled to "hooks, like the ones on the machines in the fairground" to replace her hands, he says, pointing out that the document is 15 years old and there have been huge technological advances in prostheses during that time. Sarah is ... occur with anyone else and because they want to give something back to society. "With all the help we have been given it would be egotistical to just do this for my daughter. It has to benefit others as well," says Ismael. They are asking for the

12:36

National

Historic storm wreaks havoc along east coast as a third victim is killed

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

...places of work. In some areas, the volume of rain which has fallen since the beginning of the storm had reached 500 litres per square metre. Beniarrés (Alicante), Orihuela (Alicante), Ontinyent (Valencia) and Muro (Alicante) have recorded the highest ... meteorologists have replaced the red warning with amber on Friday morning. Schools and the provincial airport remain closed, however, and rescue teams have been working to evacuate 70 people camping in Cabo de Gata, near Pujaire.

20:44

What to do

Garden party to raise funds for Coín equestrian centre

Tony Bryant

...afternoon of live entertainment supplied by popular Costa singer Laura Elen. Guests will also have a chance to meet some of the horses and chat to the founders of the centre about the work they undertake to help rescued horses. SEARCH was founded by a

12:27

National

King Emeritus Juan Carlos to have a heart operation this Saturday

MARÍA EUGENIA ALONSO

The retired king, Juan Carlos I, is to have a heart operation this Saturday in Madrid. The decision was made following the results of a routine health check in June. The 81-year-old former head of State retired from pubic duty this year after

12:41

National

"I have suffered racism"

SUSANA ZAMORA

...refugee policy and a socialist MP for Las Palmas. Can you remember what it was like, sleeping rough? It was very hard. It was something I could never have imagined when I was in Senegal, but it made me strong and helped me deal with what happened to ... have made me look very bad in my own country. It would have been considered a failure, something shameful. When someone emigrates, there are very high expectations on the African continent. Have you felt the need to settle accounts with anyone now ... that your situation is so much better? No, never. My father used to say that bitterness is not normal in healthy people. Quite the opposite: if I have offended someone I always apologise, like when I was involved in a legal problem over racist