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11:58

Local

Compromise reached on delayed plan for northern access road to airport

IGNACIO LILLO

...distributor road. Now both the Junta and acting national government have agreed how to adapt the road design to allow for this local road. Despite the compulsory purchase of land for both roads having long been completed, local drivers will have to wait

12:37

LifeStyle

The long and complex history of sangría

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

If you thought that sangría, paella and the siesta after lunch were a Spanish invention, then think again. The “refreshing drink which combines wine and water with sugar and lemon and other complements”, as it is defined in the Real Academia Española

13:49

National

Third of jobless don't get any sort of state cash benefit

LUCÍA PALACIOS

There were 3.2 million registered unemployed in Spain at the end of 2018, of which 1.1 million didn't get any sort of cash benefit from the state. This is either because the benefit they were entitled to had run out or they hadn't worked long enough ... Another reason for the increase is the high number of long-term unemployed, 1.57m in total, of which 71 per cent have been jobhunting for more than two years and many longer than four years.

12:25

LifeStyle

The long spicy history of the tomato

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...pepper. For a long time the tomato was a food for humble people due to the fear it caused in enlightened society. Why? The reason was that it was related to other Solanaceae plants such as belladonna, datura and mandrake, which were toxic and suspected

17:34

Opinion

So long, Hollywood

Peter Edgerton

Luckily the producers have offered me a lifeline because, without exception, the first thing that anyone replies to my enquiry is short and to the point (unlike the film, apparently). “It's too long,” they mutter, eyes glazed and brain irrevocably ... bit weird because it's generally acknowledged that our attention spans are getting shorter and yet filmmakers seem to be releasing more and more movies that are three hours long. In the good old days, we all knew where we stood - everything was

15:03

Local

Long delays in refunding municipal tax payments

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

The authorities are always very quick to demand payment of taxes, but are very slow to give refunds when people have paid too much. The provincial tax collection office, which handles the payments by residents in 98 of the 103 municipalities in Malag

10:52

LifeStyle

The long leaf wax flower

DENISE BUSH

...fertiliser. The flowers form in the leaf axils in groups of three to five buds on 1cm long stems. The buds are pink or red and open to white star shaped flowers. Blooming starts in the spring and continues into the autumn, sometimes with sporadic flowering ... occurring all year long in moderate climates. The long leaf waxflower is hardy and will withstand periods of drought and frost once established. It can be pruned to make an informal hedge, grown as a specimen plant in a border or in a container. Being

16:47

Travel

Ten of the best winter escapes

Andrew Forbes

...air routes from Malaga have made a long weekend in Tangiers a little easier; and if you want to enjoy a self-drive break, the fast-ferry from Tarifa makes taking your car a feasible option too. The country's Atlantic towns are a delight to explore; and

15:57

What to do

Week-long Wonder Gay Festival makes Torremolinos return

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos is getting ready for the second biggest LGBT festival of the summer season, the Wonder Gay Festival, a week of themed parties and musical events that will take place at different venues in the town centre and on the beaches of El Bajondi

13:05

Gibraltar

Some Gib locals can vote in upcoming UK election

Debbie Bartlett

British citizens who moved from the UK to Gibraltar in the past 15 years will be able to vote in the British general election on 12 December. They can register to vote in the UK as an overseas voter as long as they are a British or eligible Irish