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15:36

Opinion

No-one left to rate

ANDREW J. LINN

While the thoughts of many readers will not be far from the suffering that the restaurant trade is going through, has anyone given a passing thought to restaurant inspectors? These peripatetic professionals are surely taking a well-earned rest the

11:38

Local

British man arrested following brutal Mijas bar brawl faces extradition

fernando torres / juan cano

The Guardia Civil arrested six people who took part in a bar brawl in Mijas on Monday night. According to sources, about a dozen people took part, one of whom had to be taken to the Costa del Sol Hospital for emergency surgery after being stabbed sev

18:00

Opinion

Tourism and the left

Héctor Barbotta

When the classic political left built the cultural symbols it has carried with it to this day, hotel cleaners didn't form part of any of their archetypal collectives and the tourism industry didn't exist as such. The closest thing to what today is the ... economic sector that makes this province work was merely an eccentric pastime of a few romantic travellers with no financial hardships. When the emotional guidelines that seem to still steer the political left were created, it signed up to the theory that ... world and the means of survival for millions of people in all corners of the planet. However since then the most orthodox left wing has had plenty of time to understand what tourism is, but it sometimes feels like they haven't been able, or known how,

15:13

Local

The unaffordable cost of closed hotels

Héctor Barbotta

The lawnmower is the only sound to be heard these days at the Marbella Club, one of the legendary hotels on the Costa del Sol which at first sight could be confused with a typical Andalusian white village. It closed on 21 March for the first time in

18:16

Opinion

Left, not right

Mark Nayler

...of the vote, that's precisely what Ciudadanos was: a dynamic new force in the centre of Spanish politics, slightly to the right of the Socialists (the PSOE) but left of the ailing PP. With clearly-defined stances against corruption and Catalan

17:04

Sport

La Liga to kick off again from 8 June

ÓSCAR BELLOT

...months due to the coronavirus lockdown. The competitions will start from where they left off in March, and matches will be almost daily, to fit in the eleven remaining match days of the season before the end of July. Strict health protocol will be

14:10

Local

Pensioner left in a ditch after kidnap and torture ordeal in Archidona

FERNANDO TORRES

...cards - a total of 1,000 euros. When the Guardia Civil found the victim where the men had left him, badly injured in a ditch, his injuries were so bad that the officers thought he had been run over. He spent 25 days in hospital, including several

10:33

National

High death rate in care homes sees bodies left abandoned in beds

SUR

There was growing alarm this week at the high death rate in old people's homes in different parts of the country, but especially in Madrid. In some cases, stories were emerging of the bodies of dead residents being left in their beds without

12:03

Local

Ferry brings Europeans trapped in Morocco during lockdown into Malaga port

IGNACIO LILLO

When Morocco closed its frontiers with Spain to curb the spread of coronavirus on 13 March, it left around 20,000 Europeans trapped in the country. Those considered to be in a vulnerable situation were repatriated on special flights, but thousands ... more were left behind, many of them travelling in their own cars or motor homes. They have now started to be brought back into Europe on the Bahama Mama, a ferry laid on by the company Baleària in collaboration with several governments, including ... had to pass through a special health checkpoint in the port terminal. Their body temperatures were taken for the second time that day, the first check being before they left Morocco. It is estimated that there are still around 18,000 people in

14:05

Sport

The perennial disruptors

Rob Palmer

Anyone who was shocked by Atlético Madrid knocking Liverpool out of the Champions League has been oblivious to exactly what the club is about. They may be 'anti-heroes' but the team, coach and the colourful fans are certainly not 'anti-football' wh

15:43

LifeStyle

All change at El Lago as it celebrates its twentieth anniversary

sur

A little over three years ago Juanjo Carmona (right) arrived at El Lago in Marbella to take charge of the kitchen which already had one Michelin star. Last weekend he left to embark on two new projects in La Deriva, just a short distance away. ... Director Paco García (left) will be sad to see him go but it is the start of a new era for the restaurant which is celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year. Carmona will be replaced by Fernando Villasclaras.