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18:56

Local

The untold story of the 'Spanish Aylan'

L.G.-S.

...in the Congo said she should try to look for help in Europe, where the therapies are more advanced. Véronique's body was found several days after the accident, on the Algerian coast. The wait for medical visas Samuel's father, Aimé Kabamba, said

13:51

LifeStyle

Finding Leo the lion

KEN CAMPBELL The Night SKY

Most of the constellations take a lot of imagination to recognise them, but Leo is one of the better ones and does look like a lion, similar to the ones in Trafalgar Square in London. ·More information : www.costadelstars.com In Greek mythology

13:07

Opinion

The vulnerable age

Rachel Haynes opinion

...adults can go and do grown-up stuff undisturbed. We’ve noticed over the years how Spain is gradually going down the same route as other more “advanced” countries. It has adopted more global customs and attitudes, good and bad, later than others,

18:39

Opinion

Buy local

Peter Edgerton

...loves money and wants to maximise profits. However, I’m sure it’s much more to do with personal pride and wanting to offer the best service possible. Never mind the Picasso museum, with its horrible Picasso paintings, if we really want our children to

18:34

Opinion

Bubbles

Héctor Barbotta

It seems unstoppable. Malaga and Marbella now officially have more beds available in privately-rented tourist apartments than in hotels. In a city like Malaga with its recent tourism explosion focused on urban and cultural visits, the figures might

18:11

Opinion

Harvest

POLLY RODGER BROWN

...different. In the Axarquía the local crops of olives, almonds and more recently avocados were all harvested in the winter months when the hillsides around us reverberated with noisy farm machinery. Only the relatively modest grape harvest or vendimia marked

10:40

Gibraltar

Red, white and proud

Debbie Bartlett

...and strengthened under a new Constitution: a direct consequence of the British choice. Our forefathers refused to sell our birth-right. They did not surrender to the bully next door. More than three hundred years of British rule have taught us not

18:38

Travel

Buda and Pest, shabby and chic

Mark Nayler

The centre of Pest easily rivals Paris, London or Madrid for its range of designer bars and high-class restaurants: its network of beautiful old streets feel cosmopolitan and expensively sophisticated. Buda, on the other hand, feels more local, more ... need to cross the Danube, which often freezes during winter when tempartures can hit minus 20 degrees - even more of a shock if you're arriving from Malaga. The so-called "Chain" (i.e. suspension) bridge is the most famous of the city's several historic

12:06

LifeStyle

A story of migration

Jennie Rhodes

...lessons. Having finished what they wanted to achieve with the Littoral project, they now want to try to get galleries in the province to exhibit their work and make more contacts with artists and art spaces in Andalucia. “We see ourselves here for the