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16:40

Opinion

Despite the beaches

Héctor Barbotta

Marbella was the setting recently for the launch of the regional government's Safe Beaches Plan, in which it is investing 35 million euros. Never before have our beaches played such an important role at the start of a tourist season. Of course, it

16:00

Opinion

Disconnected villages

IGNACIO LILLO

Moving inland is an option that no longer sounds so ridiculous, especially after all we've been through recently. I know entrepreneurs, middle-aged workers and families with children who would move to a small village with their eyes closed; tired o

14:56

Opinion

The virus is still with us

Ángel Escalera

The state of alarm is over, but the virus is still here. Although most of the restrictive measures that have marked our days for more than three months have now been lifted, the reason why we had to lock ourselves away is still a danger, however much

22:14

Opinion

The future of the guidebook

JOSEPHINE QUINTERO

I was on the metro in Mexico City, my eventual destination the Frieda Kahlo museum, when a dishevelled looking guy entered my near-empty carriage. I inadvertently caught his eye, then looked down, and intently studied the hem of my skirt. Next moment

16:44

Opinion

We're all Swedes now

NEIL HESKETH

Several years ago a friend of mine from somewhere well north of Santander and her young daughter were visiting me in Malaga. Wandering around the shopping streets, the child asked, "Mummy, why do the people keep bumping into me?" In all those years,

14:22

Opinion

The big stats race

Rachel Haynes

Throughout the coronavirus crisis, we have spent days checking on numbers: how many new cases have been diagnosed in Spain, in Andalucía, Malaga; how many people have died; and how many people have recovered. Then we've turned our eyes to what's be

17:33

Opinion

We were going to be better

Héctor Barbotta

We knew it was going to be tough, but when all this started we had certain expectations that the experience could make us better as a society. Not only because after 2008, and what followed 2008, there was no room for the chain to break again at its

15:40

Opinion

Just the beginning

ANA BARREALES

After weeks of confinement and endless discussions about which countries have done well, which have done badly and where we are amid all that, at last we can do something more than just wait at home, criticising what others are doing or criticising p

15:10

Opinion

Lost connections

Rachel Haynes

I was asked earlier this week to briefly sum up the general mood among international residents in southern Spain in these unprecedented times of coronavirus lockdown. It's interesting when someone thinks that you can put tens of thousands of peopl

14:54

Opinion

Frying pan or fire?

Ángel Escalera

They say that when a man had been given a death sentence by a judge, he was asked if he would prefer to die by hanging or being garotted. His answer, which was completely ignored by the insensitive executioner, was: "I want to live!" Which of cour