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00:49

Sport

Court orders Sheikh Al-Thani out of Malaga CF and puts administrator in charge

antonio góngora / borja gutiérrez

...didn’t show up. The club’s general director and advisor to the sheikh, Richard Shaheen, accompanied by lawyer Jesús Santos and another lawyer from the Baker McKenzie office, Juan Pedro Cortés, did attend, however. “The request is disproportionate,

15:05

Local

Work finished to stop flooding in Las Lagunas

Ivan Gelibter

The mayor of Mijas, Juan Carlos Maldonado, has said that the work to stop street flooding in the area around the Coín exit of the A-7 motorway in Las Lagunas has been completed. Improvements have been made to storm drains and surfaces in the busy

11:54

LifeStyle

2 June 2014: A turning point in Spanish history: the King abdicates

Rachel Haynes what happened today?

"His Majesty has just informed me of his wish to give up the throne and start the succession process," he said. King Juan Carlos was to abdicate and leave the Spanish throne to his son and heir, Felipe, then the Prince of Asturias. The monarch himself ... Those circumstances to which King Juan Carlos was responding with his abdication also included the predicted end to the country's two-party system, as new parties such as Podemos and Ciudadanos were gaining support to the detriment of the PP and the ... PSOE. Then there was the Catalan independence movement that threatened the unity of the country. "My son Felipe, heir to the throne, embodies stability, which is the hallmark of the royal institution," he said. This stability under Juan Carlos, on

18:09

Opinion

The Hokey Cokey

Jennie Rhodes

...night in early summer - San Juan - my favourite Spanish fiesta - on 23 June. I was on the beach with a European crowd and spirits were high. Nobody had really thought that the UK would vote to leave, but as San Juan drew closer, views were starting to

15:22

Local

"Astronaut diet" for 300-kilo bed-bound man ahead of stomach reduction surgery

Ángel Escalera

Juan José turned 52 on Wednesday, a day that he spent in the Clínico hospital without being able to leave his bed. Now 300 kilos, he can no longer get up by himself. His morbid obesity means that he has spent most of the past four or five years at ... keeping his mental health in check. According to his sister, Lola, Juan José was generally able to look after himself but that his state deteriorated rapidly in recent days. The alarm was raised several days ago after Juan José made a call to the ... was a difficult operation, as the firemen had to be gentle and administer oxygen due to his reduced lung function. What's more, the bed which awaited him had a maximum capacity of 250 kilos so needed to be adapted. An opportunity Now, Juan José has

11:17

What to do

Moguer in the early 20th century

javier almellones andalucía

Moguer is determined not to forget its most illustrious resident, the poet Juan Ramón Jiménez, who was born here in 1881. As well as his mausoleum and the house in which he used to live, he is the subject of an unusual festival which takes place ... century, the years which inspired many of the works of Juan Ramón Jiménez, such as ‘Rimas’, ‘Arias tristes’, ‘Jardines lejanos’, ‘Elegías’ and the aforementioned ‘Platero y yo’. The Fair begins this evening (Friday) and continues until Sunday. The ... are an essential part of the festivities. The final event of the weekend will be a recreation of the ‘Quema del Judas’, one of the scenes which is described in ‘Platero y yo’, Juan Ramón Jiménez’s most famous work. This ambitious cultural and

18:03

Local

Atajate pays tribute to its women

susana zamora

...of the woman’s husband to the plaque as well. “Do they think women are worth nothing without their husbands?” demands Juan Carlos Téllez, who agrees that their admirable work should be remembered. “They made all the difference,” he insists. He

12:50

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush

Picasso, Constantin Brancusi, Paul Cézanne, Robert Delaunay, Alberto Giacometti, Juan Gris, Vasily Kandinsky, Fernand Léger, El Lissitzky, Kazimir Malevich, Franz Marc, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró, Piet Mondrian, Georges Braque, Paul Klee and Henry Moore are

14:28

Local

Fuengirola's Maths world champions

sur fuengirola

Curro García, 8, and Juan Alberto Gómez, 11, seem like ordinary children enjoying school at Colegio Salliver in Fuengirola. However, behind the cheeky smiles, they are true world-beaters at mental arithmetic. Some 200,000 children globally compete ... in an annual competition organised by SupertMatik. Juan Alberto is world champion in his category and Curro is runner up. Each category had 20,000 taking part this year.

14:26

Local

Long queues to visit the pride of the Spanish Armada on its visit to the Costa

ÁNGEL ESCALERA / PABLO MARINETTO

Visitors and locals in Malaga were treated to the spectacular sight of the Spanish navy's huge Juan Carlos I aircraft carrier, the largest in the fleet, docked in the city's port for a few days over last weekend. The vessel was on an official ... ceremony. “I am doing it for my country and I feel very Spanish.” Addressing the group, Admiral of the Fleet Juan Rodríguez Garat said, “You have put the interests of everyone above the interests of the individual. This is a clear example of patriotism.” ... The Spanish-built Juan Carlos I aircraft carrier was launched in 2008 and is normally based at Rota, near Cadiz. It is equipped for multipurpose use and measures 231 metres. It can carry a crew of 250 and some 1200 troops as well as helicopters and