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16:13

Opinion

The waiting game

Mark Nayler

When the EU removed Spain from its Excessive Debt Procedure (EDP) at the beginning of this month, it thereby deemed the country to be economically sound after a decade of hardship. But Brussels still has a wary eye on what's happening over here, and

16:55

Opinion

Ghost towns

Mark Nayler

I recently walked a several hundred-kilometre Camino de Santiago, from Zamora in Castilla y León to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia. It was obvious when I crossed over into Galicia, and not just because of the cows and the greenery: I passed throug

10:57

Local

Sculptor Stefan von Reiswitz leaves his mark on Malaga

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ

At the age of 14 he sold his first painting, met José Ortega y Gasset and decided to learn Spanish in order to read his work in its original version. Always mischievous and refined, his love for the Mediterranean and his nomadic soul led him from

17:06

Opinion

Mind the gap

Mark Nayler

The recent wealth-mapping of Spain carried out by the country's National Statistics Institute (INE) revealed few surprises: as is normally the case, the most affluent areas are all in or around Madrid and Barcelona, while the poorest are in the south

13:27

Gibraltar

Exhibition to mark 50 years since the Gibraltar border was closed

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...condition of Spain joining what was then the EC. To mark the 50th anniversary, the Gibraltar National Archives and the Office of the Deputy Chief Minister have organised an exhibition which will take place from Tuesday 4 to Friday 14 June. The exhibition has

14:08

Opinion

First things first

Mark Nayler

Following his victory in the European elections last Sunday (his second electoral triumph in a month), Pedro Sánchez has set his sights on increasing Spain's influence in Brussels. This has always been one of the Socialist leader's driving aims, but

21:31

National

Marches across Spain mark International Workers' Day

SUR

Large marches took place across Spain on Tuesday to mark the May Day public holiday, traditionally used to campaign for better rights for workers. The main trade union groups organised some 70 demonstrations across the country for International

19:08

Local

Survey ranks Malaga's streets among the dirtiest in the country

SUR

A survey of cleanliness in Spain's largest cities, carried out by a consumer watchdog, has placed Malaga near the bottom. The national average mark given by analysts to Spanish cities was 53, down two points on the last survey four years ago. Of ... the 60 places studied, Malaga came 46th with an average mark of 42. What most worried survey respondents about Malaga was dog dirt in the city centre and the outskirts. Oviedo was the Spanish city with the best mark of 79 followed by Bilbao (77),

15:38

What to do

The Costa del Sol gets ready for the Fiesta de San Juan

Tony Bryant

...moraga - the grilling of sardines on open fires - and the burning of the juas, an effigy similar to Guy Fawkes. At midnight firework displays will mark the arrival of the Feast of Saint John the Baptist. This is one of the few saints' days which

12:06

Local

Nerja caves bathed in blue to mark World Autism Day

Eugenio Cabezas

The Nerja caves provided the stage for Malaga's main event to mark World Autism Day on Tuesday. The caves' discoverers were joined by the Nerja Caves Foundation director, Chema Domínguez, Malaga's autism association president, José Reyes and ... representatives from the province's governmental institutions to mark the international day. Antequera painter, Antonio Montiel, who collaborates closely with the association and painted a picture to mark its 25th anniversary last year, recited a text written by