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15:15

Local

New life on the beach in Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

They weren't expected to hatch until early October, but on Tuesday night the first loggerhead sea turtles to be born on a beach on the Costa de Sol had arrived. Between 11pm on Tuesday and 2am on Wednesday, the first 38 turtles set foot on Cabopino

13:57

LifeStyle

2 October 1928: Opus Dei founded by "saint of ordinary life"

Tony Bryant

...been totally committed to the teaching that everyone is called to holiness by God and that ordinary life can be the path to sanctity. The young priest, described by Pope John Paul II as "the saint of ordinary life", worked among the poor and the sick in ... daily life. A central feature of Opus Dei, which places special emphasis on certain aspects of Catholic doctrine, is its focus on the lives of the ordinary Catholics who are neither priests nor monks. It teaches the universal call to holiness and

13:57

Local

'At Cudeca we hope to end the year without closing any service, but next year could be different'

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...becomes emotional). Your question refers to how life changes. That is exactly what happens to patients with cancer and their families. Suddenly the world stops and everything changes. That's why, when I'm feeling low, I walk around and see the patients and ... What's your opinion on the debate about the Euthanasia Law? Most of us who work in palliative care have learned to respect people's own decisions. I can understand that a patient at a given moment decides that is how they want to end their life, but ... they tend to ask for that when they are feeling very desperate. Do you think that maybe before regulating euthanasia there should be a Law of Palliative Care? All of us who work in this field say that. We are committed to preserving life to the end

13:51

What to do

Museum Jorge Rando reopens after six months with six new exhibition rooms

Antonio Javier López

At the top of the staircase, there is a handful of letters, the colour of steel, fixed to the white wall. They say: "After a long journey in my life as a painter, after producing hundreds of paintings, I am only interested in seeking the essence... ... unaffected by this echo on the other side of the world, as he adds another brushstroke to his manner of understanding creation and life in different phrase, taken from Picasso's famous statement and now turned around and printed in a corner of the museum: "I

20:25

Local

A loyal guardian for a new life

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...psychological advice. At the moment the association has nine clients who live with their new tenant. "This dog is my life, with it I feel much calmer and safer," said Inés (not her real name). "We need more institutional support, we stretch our budget as far as

14:59

LifeStyle

'The sea and cancer both test your strength'

JUDITH ROMERO

Sport has always been part of María Aldama's life, but it became even more indispensable to her in 2017, when she was diagnosed with breast cancer and had chemotherapy, radiotherapy and a double mastectomy. Nevertheless, the illness wasn't able to

17:49

Sport

An expensive spectator

Rob Palmer

...when a deal was struck with Chinese Super League club Jiangsu Suning. Bale wasn't keen but the wage increase to €1 million per week was compensation for leaving behind his luxurious life in Spain. When Real halted the deal, Bale had no other option; ... he had to stay. The club won the league although he only started 12 of the games and filled his latter game days being filmed as he made a bandage roll into a periscope or fiddled with the mandatory face mask. Professionally life is tough as he sits ... on the periphery of the team. Personally, life is good as he lives with his wife and kids in a dream villa just a short drive away from his beloved golf course. They use his addiction to golf as a club to beat him with. Compare this to the

15:10

LifeStyle

Portrait of an artist with dyslexia

Tony Bryant

1972, established architect and artist Ciaran McCoy has struggled with dyslexia all of his life. Because he was born on Dublin's Northside, he was at first embarrassed to show people his art for fear they would think he was an "eejit", but he eventually ... first, Mum just said I was slow. My dad didn't want me to be labelled, so dyslexia was never really discussed. I was enrolled in additional classes to learn how to deal with the disorder for the majority of my academic life. It was initially a lot of