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11:03

Education

Secondary poems

...memory here, Am I gazing through a window Freya Harrold, Age 13 Sotogrande International School It's funny how fate works It's funny how fate works. I had no idea that the cage I was developing all this time was a trap for me. And when I

17:31

Opinion

A bad idea

Mark Nayler

...overstate just how bad an idea this deal was for the Socialists and UP. First, it does nothing to refute the opposition's claim that their government operates in an opaque and underhand manner, especially in its handling of the C19 crisis. Secondly, in

14:37

Local

Malaga Port boss speaks out against idea of high-rise business city

I. Lillo / J. Hinojosa

The proposal to build a futuristic high-rise business city in Malaga port, presented last week, has divided opinion considerably. The project, commissioned by Malaga mayor Francisco de la Torre, has been met with opposition from residents in the ar

19:26

Opinion

The Village Dream Preservation Society

Peter Edgerton

...a new initiative, to be able to open bar-shops. I'm not sure that's what they're called but it's a fair description of what they are. The idea is that they become a hub for the community - you pop in for half a lager and arrive home with a ... fortnight's groceries. Or, more likely vice versa; your wife sends you out for a half a dozen eggs but you have half a dozen beers instead. And forget the eggs. This does actually sound like a jolly good idea. It won't necessarily bring hoardes of youths

16:52

LifeStyle

20 March 1969: John Lennon and Yoko Ono wed on the Rock

Daryl Finch

Fifty-one years ago today, John Lennon and Yoko Ono got married in Gibraltar: it was 20 March 1969. After a ten-minute ceremony performed by registrar Cecil Wheeler at the British Consulate Office, the newlyweds headed to the airport where the now

17:00

Opinion

Avoiding road accidents with dogs

PETER HARRISON

...good idea to fence in your garden. Fencing need not be unsightly. Nursery gardens have colourful, attractive climbing plants to cover the wiring which need not be high. Just have the poles sloping in wards so, however large your dog, it cannot jump over

12:45

Gibraltar

As Brexit looms, Gibraltar welcomes the idea of a Tangier trade office

DEBBIE BARTLETT

The Gibraltar and Morocco Business Association (GMBA) is proposing to open a trade office in Tangier, and the idea has been welcomed by the government. The office will be run privately by the GMBA and will aim to develop further trade and ... post-Brexit. However, this does not conflict with developing and exploring new commercial markets in Morocco and elsewhere". GMBA president Clive Reed is excited about the Tangier project and that the idea has been accepted in principle. "Now we have to

14:03

Opinion

A bloody good idea

PETER EDGERTON MUSIC MAKER WWW.E-PETER.COM

A cup of tea and a biscuit. That's what you used to get in the UK when you gave blood, if my memory serves. In Spain it was a vaguely orangey flavoured drink but, alas, no custard cream nor ginger nut. It always seemed a bit churlish to ask for the c

01:28

LifeStyle

'Skin needs to be clean and hydrated so the mask doesn't cause damage'

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...more delicate. I think about 'atopic' children the most. In their case it is best to use masks made from natural fabrics and hydrate the area well with a light cream, although that is good advice for all of us. It's not a bad idea to put a little

16:00

Opinion

Red column

PABLO ARANDA

The Junta de Andalucía has said it's thinking about charging admission to its monuments. It does charge already, but only foreigners. Foreign foreigners, that is, from outside the European Union. The foreign foreigners only make up 10 per cent of the

13:32

Local

Minister of Public Works is already considering a night-time suburban train service for Malaga

SUR

Following numerous requests for trains on the Cercanías suburban service to run at night, the Ministry of Public Works is already looking at the idea of introducing a night-time service on the C1 line between Malaga and Fuengirola at weekends, the ... works. He also pointed out that if more trains are running more drivers will be needed, and that is also a cost that would have to be studied. However, "it's a good idea and we are prepared to look at it," he said. Ábalos also said his ministry ... would like local institutions such as the Diputación de Malaga (the provincial government) to collaborate on the scheme if it does go ahead, and contribute to the cost of running the trains at night. The minister was not as forthcoming about the idea

15:16

LifeStyle

18 October 1997: Guggeinheim Museum Bilbao opens

Jennie Rhodes

On 18 October 1997 the iconic Guggenheim Museum Bilbao was officially opened by King Juan Carlos I. On the night before the official inauguration, 5,000 people were invited to a party at the museum which included fireworks and concerts. The idea ... tonnes of titanium, was chosen and building work started in October 1994. The choice of titanium for the building pays tribute to Bilbao's industrial past, and the idea was to provide an economic boost to a city that had suffered the loss of much of

13:06

Opinion

Words and dogs

peter harrison

...ten commands and never vary in content. Then the dog knows where he or she stands. Regrettably children do not follow this rule and the dog gets very confused. A good idea is to give commands in another language than your own, one which is totally

14:20

LifeStyle

Walking the English Way to give much-needed boost to Lux Mundi

Jennie Rhodes

Griffiths, who is 74 and has lived in Fuengirola since 2005, admits that the idea to walk the Camino wasn't his, but he did come up with the plan to raise money for the centre, which he knows "is desperate for funding for much-needed structural work". It was