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15:58

Sport

No deal reached for compensation package for sacked Malaga coach

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

Former Malaga coach Víctor Sánchez del Amo’s demand for compensation from the club will now go through the courts after a meeting at the Mediation, Arbitration and Conciliation Centres of Malaga (CMAC) on Wednesday failed to yield any results. Víct

15:53

Sport

Malaga women’s 1998 treble winners angry at Supercup snub

MARINA RIVAS

...a striker for Seagull Badalona in the Second Division. “It bothered me that it was called the first Supercup. So did I dream the one I won?” she told SUR. She remembers perfectly that it was against Lagunak that she scored to make it 3-3 in the

15:49

Sport

An emergency, of sorts

Rob Palmer

...wackiest move until Martin Braithwaite headed from La Liga club to La Liga club long after the winter transfer window had slammed shut. We all knew that clubs could make an emergency goalkeeper signing if your shot-stopper is injured, but who knew you

14:54

LifeStyle

The sweetest killer

FERMÍN APEZTEGUÍA

And maybe the worst case, because it is a bit of a fraud: much of the brown sugar you buy in the supermarket is really white sugar which has been dyed with molasses to make it darker. The authenticity of that product can be checked at home with a

14:28

Local

New network of 'bike streets' announced for Fuengirola

Ivan Gelibter

The mayor of Fuengirola, Ana Mula, has announced a cycling plan that will make bikes a priority on the town’s roads. The plan will establish a network of bicycle-friendly streets, known as 'ciclocalles'. While these will still be open to motorised

13:19

Opinion

You go boss

Peter Edgerton

...quite dreadful you pedantic, supercilious buffoons’, probably including a light sprinkling of rather more fruity vocabulary unsuitable for publication here. Being told what to do by people who have no business doing so, is enough to make your blood

13:18

Opinion

Reforming the reforms

Mark Nayler

Spain’s new leftist government has made its first amendment to the controversial labour laws introduced by Mariano Rajoy in 2012. Announced by labour minister Yolanda Díaz this week, the reform will make it less easy for companies to fire workers ... The PSOE-Podemos alliance, then, has done well to reverse a piece of legislation that was indifferent to workers’ welfare. The reforms introduced by Rajoy at the height of the economic crisis were designed to make life easier and cheaper for