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10:56

Local

Police say Agnese's gestures show "fear" in CCTV footage

...gestures while the defendant "holds her tightly by the wrists" explained the officers who went on to describe how in the sequence of her getting into the car shows that her dominant emotion is "fear".

12:16

Local

Armed robber holds up bank in Calahonda

Ivan Gelibter

A local branch of La Caixa bank in Calahonda was held up by a "heavily-built" man with his face covered on Thursday, according to eyewitnesses and sources close to the investigation. According to these sources, the man entered the office, which had

13:03

What to do

Mijas holds its first cheese and wine festival

Ivan Gelibter

The Plaza Virgen de la Peña in Mijas will be the venue for Mijas' first wine and cheese festival from today, 26 October until Sunday 28 October. There will be twenty-two stalls open from 1pm until midnight selling a huge variety of both wines and

12:26

National

Spain holds its breath and hopes for the Gordo

Debbie Bartlett

There is always an air of great excitement and anticipation in Spain on 22 December, because it is the day of the Christmas Lottery, known as ‘El Gordo’, meaning ‘The Fat One’, although the nickname refers to the first prize rather than the lottery i

18:01

Education

Around 25 per cent of children diagnosed with autism don't have it

Ángel Escalera

...great deal of time playing with electronic devices, something which makes it more difficult for them to learn language correctly and that holds them back. She stressed that once a child is classified as autistic, even though he or she isn't, it is

14:27

Opinion

Spelling it out

Mark Nayler

...that a coalition government led by - or largely comprised of - the PP would be almost diametrically opposed to that which currently holds office (if only nominally, as often seems the case). On April 28th, Spain's main parties, whether on the left or