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17:56

Opinion

Insure against anything?

ANDREW J. LINN

When someone is robbed or has an accident, the usual question is, 'Are you insured?' If you want to give a garden party in July the rain insurance will obviously cost you less than for the same purpose in January. But what about business insurance? N

13:32

LifeStyle

What is a Green card and how does it work?

International Insurance Card The Green Card or International Insurance Card is an internationally recognised document that proves the holder has the minimum compulsory insurance required by law of the country visited. It helps facilitate the moveme

13:01

Local

Unicaja Banco reveals profits of 136 million euros till September

JOSÉ VICENTE ASTORGA

Shareholders of Unicaja bank should be pleased with the results until September - 136 million euros of profit - although these were 30 per cent lower than at the same time last year. The bank is the seventh biggest in Spain and last year it releas

12:51

Local

Foreign residents department to hold informative talk

TONY BRYANT.

The foreign residents department of Mijas town hall are holding a free informative speech on Tuesday 24 October. The presentation will cover the basic requirements that people need to organise when they first arrive on the Costa del Sol. Subjects to

18:45

Local

Insider tips

BIG ON SERVICE. SMALL ON PRICE COMPULSORY ITEMS Spain has some fantastic driving routes, with spectacular scenery and many picturesque towns. Always remember to carry the following essential items; replacement light bulbs, valid car and ID documen

15:10

National

Holiday sickness firm stripped of licence

SUR

A firm responsible for pressuring people into making holiday-sickness claims has had its licence stripped by the Claims Management Regulator, the UK's Ministry of Justice has reported. Intelligence gathered by the Claims Management Regulator (CMR)

13:08

National

A tough sell

Mark Nayler the euro zone

Spain’s recently unveiled proposals for deeper integration within the eurozone highlight one of the 19-member bloc’s fundamental problems - namely, that its most wealthy countries resent subsidising the poorer ones. In a paper submitted to the EU in

15:17

Opinion

The future of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies

JEREMY BLATCH

You may be familiar with the term "Bitcoin", without understanding its use or the overall concept of "blockchain" or "cryptocurrencies". A “blockchain” is a digitised, decentralised public ledger. It includes all “cryptocurrency” transactions - nam