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14:00

Local

Human remains found at what may be the first dolmen of Antequera

ANTONIO J. GUERRERO

...believes it will reveal important information and that there are many remains beneath the ground in the area around the rock. The present excavations have revealed two human skulls so far and stones which had been cut by hand, on the north side of the rock.

17:38

What to do

Exhibitions and art shows currently on along the Costa del Sol and inland

Denise Bush

...interested in questions related to how we define the natural with respect to our human condition and how this idea allows us to situate ourselves in the environment and transform it. He has created a series of pieces that aim to provide an answer through

15:06

Opinion

Gold: a hedge for all seasons

JEREMY BLATCH

Markets are a reflection of human behaviour and endeavour. In financial markets and in an economy, nothing happens in a vacuum. Eleven years of central banks' money expansion while maintaining artificially low interest rates has pushed up asset

14:24

Opinion

Planet in advance

Peter Edgerton

...rains molten iron out there, which would almost certainly mean the local supermarkets couldn't get away with selling those little three-euro umbrellas when the weather turns bad. It really is amazing what human beings are capable of - at both ends of

15:25

Opinion

Luis from Portugal

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

...often, especially in the press. There are many human stories being told about the pandemic, and I take a special interest in those that serve as a lesson in life and arise out of paradoxes. For example, the "angels" that "saved the life" of British

14:57

Opinion

Muffin, the dog who loves to travel

PETER HARRISON

...was warmly welcomed. What a varied life Muffin had and he adjusted beautifully, largely due to the considerable care given by Tony and I like to think a bit of attention from me. Pets, with human assistance, can adapt.

11:47

Local

Human skeletons found in La Cala de Mijas ditch

Juan cano / álvaro frías

The skeletal remains of what appear to be a man and woman were discovered by a foreign resident in a ditch along the Entrerríos road last week. The bones were transferred to the forensic laboratory in Malaga, where a police and scientific investig

15:56

Opinion

Where's the sensitivity?

JOSÉ MIGUEL AGUILAR

...daily scenes that find no frame, or place on the postcards that form the album of our memories. These scenes bring us back down to earth with a bump. We are losing sensitivity, an element of cohesion for the human race; and we mustn't forget that this

11:03

Education

Secondary poems

...sound of torture Rings, like a real horror All is an everlasting guilt Calling out to me, Mistakes are momentarily human But is it human If the mistake is headed to the tombs? Fortunately a heavy sleep can keep the distant memory away…

17:58

Opinion

The human factor

A. J. LINN

...costs by eliminating the human factor. If you pay for your purchases using your smartphone, or prefer buying online, no interaction with any other person is required. It will be possible to live like a hermit. There are many suppliers of

11:00

National

Brexpats accuses Theresa May of denying basic human rights

Tony Bryant

...denied us a basic human right". "Not mentioning us in her statement on Friday has just proven to us how little she actually cares. Our patience is running very thin. Theresa May's announcement was the straw that broke the camel's back, and just

19:42

Opinion

Battered and bluesed

Peter Edgerton

- melancholy. Melancholy gets a bad press, often being lazily lumped together with much more negative human traits like abject sadness or supporting Manchester United. This is grossly unfair. Melancholy is a magical source of cleansing and

14:55

Local

Human remains thought to date from Islamic era unearthed during works

SUR IN ENGLISH

Human remains thought to be at least 500 years old have been found in Almuñécar's old town, during work to improve the electricity supply in the area. According to Almuñécar town hall's archaeologist, Elena Navas, the remains are possibly those of ... Muslims dating back to the 11th- century Ziri dynasty and certainly predate the Encarnación church, which is where the bones were discovered. " The human remains present the characteristics of a Muslim burial ritual, as the bodies are on their right side

16:42

Opinion

Everybody's talkin'

Peter Edgerton

...basic human need to converse and socialise with others but there's a time and a place - about nine thirty in the local pub, in my experience.

10:52

LifeStyle

Salt, the magic mineral of the kitchen

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Salt is the alpha and omega of the kitchen. This edible mineral, sodium chloride, is essential for our survival, and so we are prepared to identify its presence in food as something pleasant. Salt is one of the basic flavours detected by the taste bu

15:23

Sport

No napkin big enough

Rob Palmer

...high-grade shoe shop together. This is where football Gods become suddenly human. I've known one major deal collapse because a footballer's wife couldn't access her friends, sister and hairdresser if she was living abroad. Quite often partners refuse the move

19:16

National

PM talks business and human rights on tour of Latin America

SUR

...designed to improve ties with the new Socialist government. However, with the region's reputation for past human rights abuse and dictatorship, the PM's plans to remove the body of Spain's own late dictator, Francisco Franco, to a less ostentatious grave

16:26

LifeStyle

Bianca Jagger: "Women are still a very vulnerable group in our society"

Josefina G. Stegmann

...women. –What was it that you saw and experienced which led you to become such a strong defender of human rights? –I was born in Nicaragua and spent my childhood and adolescence under the oppressive and brutal dictatorship of Anastasio Somoza. That ... discrimination she suffered: for being a woman, for being divorced and for having to work. That showed me at first hand what discrimination against women meant. That is where my commitment to human rights, and especially women’s rights, came from. –The fight ... there is a glass ceiling. –The call for women’s rights has become stronger. Is that also the case for the other causes you defend, like prisoners who have been given death sentences and indigenous peoples? –At my foundation for the defence of human

12:38

Opinion

48 years ago

ANDREW J. LINN

Mare, 12km east, was satisfactory. Pohren was very human and liked to shake hands and embrace people. If he visited Malaga today, with its teeming bars and restaurants, but with everyone socially distanced, he might wonder whether he had mistakenly

12:39

National

High-profile trial starts of former Catalan leaders who were held after failed independence bid

SUR

...the court. Human rights defence The defence case of the 12's lawyers, as revealed in the court on Tuesday, will focus on an abuse of human rights and the alleged political motives of the Spanish government. The accused are hoping the case will be ... eventually heard by the European Court of Human Rights. There was no shortage of opinion from outside the courtroom. Former Catalan leader, Carles Puigdemont, who led the ''procés'' and is in self-imposed exile in Brussels, commented, "For us, putting out

11:01

Local

Defence claims ex-mayor's human rights violated

EFE

...laws and that the laws at the time of the case were confusing. His defence also claimed that the ex-mayor's basic human rights had been violated and that some of the crimes he is accused of occurred too long ago for action to be taken.

19:25

Local

Discovery of human remains halts work on new Vélez social security building

EFE

Human remains have been discovered during work to build a new social security office in Vélez-Málaga. The company responsible for overseeing the archaeological aspect of the new social security treasury office on calle Lope de Vega in the town's ... historic centre announced on Wednesday that they had discovered a burial area with human bones. Vélez-Málaga town hall's archaeologist, Emilio Martín, told the EFE news agency that the bones belong to “a number of people”. However, he said he was unsure

14:03

Opinion

Our waste, their pain

PETER HARRISON

...dreadful, painful experience for an animal as a result of human carelessness. Thanks to considerable publicity we are all made aware of the pollution of our seas due to plastic. It takes many years to break down but in the meanwhile is swallowed by fish ... suffering. Those tins of food for human or pet consumption are thrown into the garbage and eventually land up on the rubbish tip and are bulldozed into a heap. Wild animals or pets which have strayed and gone feral are hungry and seeking food. Those cans with

11:42

Local

National Police arrest three men from human trafficking network

L. GONZÁLEZ-SANTIAGO. SEville

Three Nigerian men belonging to a large human-trafficking network have been arrested by National Police. One of whom is believed to be the leader of the group. The gang are thought to have smuggled people from Nigeria into Spain and other parts of

17:05

Opinion

Peace and reconciliation

Liz Parry

...and, to quote the Nobel Peace Prize committee, the EU's "advancement of peace and reconciliation, democracy and human rights in Europe". I think it's the last one we should be emphasising and if by whatever process the advocates of remaining succeed,

22:38

Local

The 'human snake' completes her treatment and returns to India

EFE

Shalini Yadav, the 16-year-old Indian girl who suffers the disease commonly known as "snake's skin" and who came to Malaga earlier this month to be assessed by a group of specialists from the Hospital Clínico, has finished her treatment in Spain. Ear

12:57

National

The 'human snake' in search of a cure in Malaga

Pablo COllantes

For 16 years, young Shalini Yadav has shed her skin every 45 days. A type of genetic curse prevents her from living a regular life in Chhatarpur, a town in the north of Madhya Pradesh in India. In her home town, where she is known as "the human

14:49

Local

Torre del Mar's themed showers

SUR

Torre del Mar beach's newest showers take the form of a dancing lighthouse and a giant flip-flop. The themed showers can be found near the biblioplaya and have attracted a lot of attention so far. They form part of a series of new installations f

10:31

Gibraltar

'Neanderthals were human too': NY Times reporter writes about Gorham's Cave

DEBBIE BARTLETT GIBRALTAR

The work of local historians and scientists Clive and Geraldine Finlayson has featured in an article in New York Times Magazine about Neanderthals and their last known home, Gorham's Cave in Gibraltar, which has now been classified as a World Heritag

13:01

Local

Archidona residents face weeks with no mains drinking water

Iván Gelibter / SUR Archidona.

human consumption. “The maximum legal value is 30 milligrammes per litre, and values above that have been detected,” said the town hall. The local mayor, Mercedes Montero, told SUR that the situation was not unexpected as they had been aware of the

18:03

Opinion

Equal footing

Rachel Haynes

Speaking to soprano and human rights activist Barbara Hendricks last week prior to her concert at the Nerja Cave festival was both uplifting and depressing. On one hand, her positive attitude and confidence that citizen activism is making the ... individual voice instead of being a possession of their husbands. A look at the daily news reminds us that Barbara's generation hasn't been able to solve everything and that younger activists will need to continue the struggle for equality and human rights. ... based on human rights and peace. The Bremainers could have used her help in their campaign two years ago. At the moment though, what is uniting the world is football. Some of the planet's greatest sportsmen, black and white, rich and not so rich, all

15:43

What to do

The art of masking identity

REGINA SOTORRÍO

Masks. Metamorphosis of Modern Identity, at the Carmen Thyssen Museum Malaga until 10 January, delves into the representation of the human face through 103 works of art travelling from romanticism to avant-garde. The father of modern art, Francisco

16:24

Opinion

Is this time different?

JEREMY BLATCH jb@ehh.gi

...pricing of option trades, traditional fundamentals of analysis becomes irrelevant to stock selection. Any market reflects human behaviour and endeavour. For many speculators, trees grow to the sky - until they don't! For those wishing to make a quick