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15:39

Local

Long-awaited public pool in Rincón de la Victoria to open next week

SUR

Mayor of Rincón de la Victoria, Francisco Salado, announced last Friday that the town's highly-anticipated swimming pool will officially open to the public on Monday 30 September. He said that 23 people will be employed at the centre, 60 per cent o

14:35

LifeStyle

OT triumphs on long-awaited Malaga visit

sur

Some fans queued for hours to see their favourites from the Operación Triunfo reality show on tour. Malaga-born singers, Noelia Franco and Marta Sango, were among favourites.

14:31

Opinion

Stocks for the long run

JEREMY BLATCH

...worth at a time in the future. The first two are easily and readily quantifiable. The third, the price earnings ratio, is at best an estimate and at worst a speculative guess. Investors in stocks must have a long-time preference. Our emphasis should be ... advantaged by holding stocks over the long term. Owning a participation in publicly traded businesses is a marriage not a dating experience and to echo Warren Buffet "should be held forever". Or in other words staying the course and "keeping your head when

11:06

Opinion

Habitual, not normal

Héctor Barbotta

...normal what is simply habitual. We have been accepting the unacceptable for too long. Four murders in a month, plus two more the previous month, ought to be enough for local residents to feel invaded by a sense of insecurity. But that's not happening.

16:06

Opinion

When a soft touch is anything but

JEREMY BLATCH

...edicts, for too long and in too many instances, the mutual fund industry has taken advantage of the consumer, in many cases causing permanent loss of capital. Sadly, when ethics meet profitability, profitability wins. I mention this by way of

15:24

Sport

Sturdy defensive show earns Malaga priceless point on the road

henry flynn

Keidi himself fashioned a rare chance for Malaga, but Rayo stopper Stole Dimitrievski reacted well to stop his long-range effort. After half time, defender David Lombán tried his luck from a much further distance, but the aspirational strike from his

14:08

Opinion

Long life

Rachel Haynes

...rethink our definition of the word “impossible”. It's not that long since electricity was considered magic and that flying around the world was superhuman. Now it's difficult to keep up with the barrage of new tricks that the flourishing partnership of ... accept it. Politicians. Imagine if we all did have a life span of 600; how long would a term of office be? How many years could a mayor or a president be in power for? Hundreds of years? That would make the current mayor of Malaga, who'll be standing ... words like corruption and lies? And his replacement Pedro Sánchez? They could carry on bickering for hundreds of years to come. And the old party cronies who have just been handed long prison sentences could bounce back after decades behind bars. Longer

14:34

Local

Project to guarantee Costa del Sol's long-term water supply to be drawn up

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

...government announced this week that the drawing up of the project to connect the reservoirs of the Costa and the Campo de Gibraltar had been put out to tender. The plan, to create a 23-kilometre-long, 1.1-metre-diameter, pipeline which will guarantee the

16:13

Opinion

Bah humbug

Jennie Rhodes

...into the hands of Donald Trump. Bah, humbug! This was a general election and other issues needed to be considered, but it was essentially about Brexit. Brexit can’t be undone, at least not for a very, very long time. General elections, however, come ... either. Perhaps, though, both Boris and Brexit will be kind enough to hide in a fridge long enough for us all to enjoy Christmas at least.

13:51

LifeStyle

The long history of 'butter' in Spain

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...normal version. A type made from goat's milk was regularly consumed in Al-Ándalus during Moorish times: fresh, salted or cooked to remove the solids and impurities, extracted by the same Berber method used until not long ago in the Canary Islands to ... fatty part of goats' milk and then make buttery sweets and cakes. The history of butter and other fats in Spain is quite a long one, and there is no space to continue it here, but don't worry: part two will be coming up in the near future.