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11:32

Local

Ronda nuns pray for help after Covid-19 outbreak at their care home

VANESSA MELGAR

...detected before the inoculations began. "The virus is like the Devil" Sister María de los Ángeles described the difficult situation they are going through: "It is bad, it has come to us suddenly." “The virus is like the Devil, you cannot see it but

15:16

Sport

Malaga chalk up a home draw that tastes like victory

antonio góngora

Malaga's draw on Sunday at La Rosaleda against Logroñés felt more like a victory. The home side managed to defend their goal against all odds, even after going a man down thanks to a dubious ruling by the VAR. To everyone’s surprise winger Yanis

20:25

Opinion

Cold comfort charm

Peter Edgerton

...into them ostentatiously and employing understated phrases like "it's a bit parky" or, if they're from Malaga rather than Mansfield, the Spanish version "hace un frio que pela", which is certainly not understated as means "it's a cold that peels" (your ... skin, presumably). Anyway, it's sort of an accepted norm at these times that we're expected to complain about the low temperatures, but at the risk of sounding wantonly contrary, I rather like the cold. Let's have a look at some of its advantages, ... then. First, it's not the heat. As we know, summer is for people with orange skin who inexplicably like cocktails and sun loungers, not for ginger balding chaps with pale complexions who would never dream of lying horizontal unless it's on a real bed

20:15

LifeStyle

Drummer boys with a bright future

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...drumming the rhythm on buckets in his bedroom. He is seven now. Sergio, when he was three, picked up the drumsticks at home as if they were a toy like any other and, after a period of training, officially became the world's youngest drummer in 2019 with ... talent and a good ear, but he also makes an effort and spends time on it," says his mother, who admits that she and her husband have been surprised by how keen he is. "We couldn't believe it. He really likes it, it's like a game for him and he has fun

14:10

Local

Marbella students plea for new school from Three Kings in video message

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

Marbella students are asking the Three Kings for a very special gift this year - a new secondary school that they have been waiting more than ten years for to ease the current saturation of facilities. Last week the Junta de Andalucía announced a f

13:15

Opinion

Unsettling times

TXEMA MARTÍN

...the lack of brouhaha was not due to the pandemic, but to the rebellion. The seizure of the Capitol was very serious, even if to us it seemed like a parade of rednecks and brainless numpties, of whom there are always too many and never too few. The ... signing pardons and then flew on Air Force One to his Palm Beach mansion, which is a bit like Florida's version of Benidorm. Meanwhile, on social media, the inauguration gathered pace as Twitter gave the official account of the President of the United ... save the world. But let's not kid ourselves: the fact that Biden is demonstrably better than Trump doesn't mean he's any good either. He does at least have a modicum of intelligence and looks like he will be a much more decent president - but that's not

19:53

LifeStyle

The glamour of the revolutionaries

Isabel Ibáñez

...after Amelia Bloomer, suffragette and magazine editor, who made them popular. She defended dressing like this due to being faced with another kind of abomination; hoop skirts, a system of wires to keep skirts flared which caused falls and serious burns ... pointed breasts like missiles which ended upbeing popular with soldiers, used to be a "symbol of the liberation of female sexuality". Castelló places their origin in the 19th century, when 'burlesque' actresses, "scantily clad dancers, promoted themselves ... They were proud and knew their worth. They just wore what they wore'." The 'beatnik' movement also had an impact on young women, with its tendency towards cynicism and existentialist philosophy and jazz, explains Castelló. They wore, like men, black

13:48

Opinion

Sneezy like a Monday morning

Peter Edgerton

Just when you think you've seen it all, you find yourself witnessing something so outlandishly baffling that you're obliged to do a cartoon comedy double take, rub your eyes in disbelief and then smack yourself about the head for half an hour just to

13:18

Opinion

The tooth hurts

Peter Edgerton

...he wants to sell. Nothing hurt very much, but I'll never forget the crunching sounds that rattled around my head, like an over zealous insect diner enjoying a feast of cornflakes and crisps within the confines of my cerebral cortex. Not to worry, ... He showed me the end result on a screen above me, and then, bizarrely, asked me if I'd like to keep the tooth. Er, no, thanks. What kind of weirdo takes the thing home? Where would you keep it? On the mantelpiece next to the under-fourteens Lancashire