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21:34

LifeStyle

Living under the rule of women

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...the 1970s it became part of Segovia. There are 512 people living in Zamarramala. To this day Zamarramala is famous for its women's tradition. For centuries every February a festival known as Festival de Santa Águeda (St Agatha's Day) has been ... - 7km and width - 3.3 km. There are 604 people living on the island. On the island there are four villages - Saare, Lemsi, Rootsikula and Linakula. So they had to learn to manage without men's help. In order to survive, the local women eventually

15:14

LifeStyle

When you choose to live in isolation

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

When did the idea of living in isolation occur to you? Actually, in my childhood. I lived in a settlement in the Siberian region of Yakutia. In spite of its small size, I already dreamt of living in a totally deserted place, somewhere deep in the ... forest, where I could work as a biologist and study animals and their behaviour. Is it possible to survive in frosty Siberia living totally alone? Actually yes. There is a good example - Agafia Lykova, perhaps the world's most remarkable hermit. When ... considered by me not as living, but rather surviving. So I became disappointed and tired. In addition the hypocrisy, intrigue, stress, and superficial style of life in general pushed me to look for a shelter in Spain. This looks like downshifting...

15:34

National

British man living in Mallorca goes down with coronavirus

SUR

A British resident of Mallorca tested positive for coronavirus last Sunday, becoming the second person identified with the illness in Spain. He had returned from the French Alps where he was in contact with the British man from Brighton who was wid

15:03

Travel

Travel in a post-coronavirus world

Andrew Forbes

...become the biggest challenge to face the hospitality and travel sectors in living history. Greater than terrorism, more damaging than the financial crisis. Some businesses may not survive; and those that do will be leaner, with airlines offering fewer

16:25

Opinion

Australia on fire

ANDREW J. LINN

...landscape. He remembers it as an apocalyptic scene. "Everything was black. I was in a state of shock, just as if all my family members had suddenly ceased to exist." In a matter of a few hours he had lost his living, his way of making a living, and

13:38

Local

Lithuanian sex-slave ring supremos held

Eugenio Cabezas

In a joint Spanish and Lithuanian police operation, 15 people have been arrested in connection with a network of sexual slavery and exploitation in Lithuania that saw 25 women freed there. Police said last week that the two leaders were living in

13:53

Local

"The vast majority of British citizens living here are angry about the Brexit situation"

Héctor Barbotta

...their own country, can continue to use the Spanish system. That is subject to two conditions, that Spanish people living in the UK have the same right, and that the UK guarantees to repay the cost of medical treatment provided to British citizens in ... new political parties, because only EU citizens have the right to do that. Beyond these legal questions and the increase in consultations, are you perceiving concern among British people living on the Costa del Sol? Yes. Many of them come for

09:43

National

Spain keeps a close eye on the UK General Election results

Jennie Rhodes

As the UK went to the polls on Thursday, not only were Britons living in Spain watching closely, but also Spanish citizens residing in the UK. The UK media claimed the 2019 General Election was "the most important in a generation" and news was ... many Brits in Europe have ever experienced. Yet, even after three and a half years of living in limbo, we absolutely do not want to 'Get Brexit Done' - rather, we want to 'Get Brexit Gone'." She went on to say, "This election is the most unpredictable ... in living memory." Michael Soffe, long-term Malaga resident and businessman, also expressed his concern and frustration at how the outcome of the election could affect British residents in EU countries. "I and many other disenfranchised voters are