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16:59

Opinion

A future cashless society - myth or reality?

JEREMY BLATCH

...and shop in local markets via accounts on their mobile phones. Not requiring smartphones, M-Pesa leverages old SMS technology for secure everyday payments. It is in Asia and the US where the cultural change is greatest. In the case of China, western

16:48

Travel

Algarve calling

Andrew Forbes

...spa and wellness retreats; 4x4 'safaris' or hot-air ballooning exploring the countryside of orange groves and cork forests; to catamaran boat tours, snorkelling trips; and foodie visits to bustling local markets. Algarve accommodation International

16:07

Travel

The Insider Guide to Faro, Algarve

ANDREW FORBES

...pottery culture of the area. Alternatively visit the local markets, such as Loulé for high quality basketware, as well as leather and cork products.

13:33

Local

“Language tourism is one of the most profitable and attractive”

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

And, as if that were not enough, they are very connected travellers, who post about about their positive experiences on social media. The UK is one of the principal source markets for tourism in Malaga province. Is that also the case for language

13:50

Travel

The Turkish Riviera revisited

Andrew Forbes

...landscape of olive, carob and fig trees, where the air was aromatic with sage, rosemary, thyme and oregano. Here locals used to live a subsistence life of harvesting these herbs to sell at regional markets; now many have left for the towns and cities. To

12:00

Local

The puppy factories

JAVIER GUILLENEA

...again and again in terrible conditions, and then they sell them to criminal markets.” Puppies begin their journeys when they are just a few days old. This goes against EU regulations, which state that dogs cannot be transported until they are at least ... illegally from the countries in the east. The pet traffickers sell them for around 70 euros to big stores which act like trade markets and they distribute the animals to shops across Spain and then they are sold to individuals.