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17:10

Opinion

A place at Christmas

IGNACIO LILLO

Christmas is coming and rather than being a celebration it is well on its way to becoming the wet dream of Ebenezer Scrooge ('Bah humbug'), that infamous anti-yuletide character in Dickens' novel. In every family the debate has started over who to in

17:01

Opinion

From dog pound to Sweden

IGNACIO LILLO

It's good that we believe we are European citizens and civilised, educated people, modern, technological, tele-workers, proud of our culture and our progress. But scratch the surface a little and you find that this is no more than a bright exterior;

13:46

Opinion

A legend under a shadow

Héctor Barbotta

You don't have to die to set an example. Sometimes obituaries take the form of well-deserved tributes, but others are attacks on the memory that help us to cope with our unresolved relationship with death. Sean Connery has died at the age of 90, a

15:42

Opinion

No point in complaining

Debbie Bartlett

I am a great believer in complaining in certain situations. For example, if it helps to improve customer service in general, because we all benefit from that. If I order something online and the delivery company fails to bring it and is impossible

16:28

Local

Rail line near Teba damaged by recent floods is repaired

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Trains were able to pass through the stretch between Almargen and Campillos stations again on Sunday afternoon after the train which semi-derailed on Thursday as a result of flooding was removed and the tracks were repaired. According to the mayors

22:17

Opinion

All that scum

Héctor Barbotta

...the Campo de Gibraltar area who have been pushed further east by police pressure. And there are the brawls among drunkards who, in line with the sector in which they develop their, let's say, professional activity, go around armed with guns to be

17:49

Opinion

Back to the photos

Rachel Haynes

Every time I look at a photograph, any photograph - in the newspaper, on the internet, in my own albums, the same thoughts cross my mind. Look how close we all were together; look at that big group all squashed into the frame; look how no one's weari

14:53

Opinion

Come on, trace me

ANA BARREALES

Tracers are supposed to be the people who go looking for close contacts of a person who has coronavirus to see whether they have given it to anyone else. Well here it seems that we, the general public, are the ones who have to chase after them and

21:29

Opinion

Talking about poverty

CRISTINA MARURI

Talking about poverty in the 21st century should be like talking about the Black Death or the discovery of the wheel. It should be something almost prehistoric. A fact known only through dusty books, waiting for the delight of scholars in some presti