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19:07

Opinion

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ANDREW J. LINN

...widely-available brand from Delgado Zuleta has been around since 1918 and is of impeccable quality. It is named after a flamenco singer. Only 6.60 euros and worth twice that. In Spain, the question of reservations is treated more casually than in many other first

01:28

Sport

Heartbreak as Unicaja fall at the final hurdle

Daryl Finch / Juan Calderón

...reality at a packed-out Martín Carpena arena. 68 Unicaja 95 Real Madrid Unicaja showed maximum concentration at the start of the game and although Madrid led, the hosts stayed in the game without being caused too many problems. However,

15:02

National

World Mobile Congress cancelled amid virus fear

SUR

Barcelona until 2023, was due to be held from 24 to 27 February at the Fira trade- fair complex. British expat goes down with coronavirus In the days before the cancellation, many big name exhibitors had said they weren't coming to avoid putting their ... staff at risk. These included Amazon, Ericsson, Facebook and LG. Many attendees were due to travel from Asia. Faced with this news, the show's organisers, industry-body GSMA, took the drastic step to call it off, despite the Spanish authorities saying

09:43

National

Spain keeps a close eye on the UK General Election results

Jennie Rhodes

...order to get the pro-Brexit Conservatives out of government. Britons in Spain, many of whom were unable to vote having lived abroad for more than 15 years, were well aware that the outcome of the election will affect how and when Britain leaves the ... 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

18:49

Sport

Legendary local ultramarathon runner 'Super Paco' dies aged 81

MARINA RIVAS / ESTER REQUERA

...had already spread. Super Paco found fame not as an actor or singer or public figure of any sort, but as a regular competitor in races, with his age and unconventional clothing winning him many admirers. He stood out like a sore thumb among the

16:16

Local

British people could have to pay more tax on properties they rent out on the Costa

Héctor Barbotta

...in Andalucía, Charmaine Arbouin. This change in tax on rental income could have direct consequences on the property market, because many of the British citizens who buy properties on the Costa del Sol do so not just with their own holidays in mind ... but with the idea of earning income to help them make the mortgage payments. Many estate agencies in the Marbella area, as well as property management companies, earn part of their income from handling the rentals of these properties.

15:25

Opinion

Keeping everyone happy

Mark Nayler

This week saw Spain's economy minister Nadia Calviño trying to reassure investors and executives, many of whom are concerned about her Socialist party's power-sharing arrangement with anti-establishment Podemos. In an interview with the Financial ... benefit to employers than they are to employees, so Calviño faces a tough task in convincing companies to create more full-time jobs, especially after two substantial raises in the minimum wage in as many years. She will also have to negotiate with the

16:16

Gibraltar

Gibraltar lays wreath at the Cenotaph for Remembrance Sunday

Debbie Bartlett

Kingdom. The wreath recognised the many Gibraltarian lives lost in service to the Crown, especially in the two world wars. In the past, the Foreign Secretary has laid a wreath on behalf of all the British Overseas Territories.