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14:57

Travel

A taste of Menorca

Andrew Forbes

more controversial. Yet it's undeniably a big part of the island's fascinating culinary culture and history. Cales Fonts; typical Menorca fishing village.SUR Slow food My morning had started deep in the countryside, at a farmstead called Finca

14:23

Local

Dr Hoskin brings his family to see his dolmens

regina sotorrío antequera

...was just the start. “There are still mysteries to be solved: Why are there three different dolmens and only one of each type? I don’t have the answer,” he said in Antequera lastFriday. His research involved the study of the orientation of more than

14:46

Opinion

Return to form

Mark Nayler The Eurozone

...which Pedro Sánchez will significantly hinder if he regains control of the Socialists next month. Whilst the Spanish economy might be returning to pre-crisis health, the county’s political situation is far more fragmented than it was nine years ago.

15:05

LifeStyle

“We have lost jobs and partners because of the pain”

A. GÓMEZ MALAGA

...call for greater specialisation and faster and more effective diagnosis. Some decided to become mothers before they discovered that the condition had made them infertile, and they have all lost jobs and partners because of a lack of understanding. ... the pain was so bad I couldn’t get out of bed,” has been on the waiting list for surgery for more than three months, despite being classified as a priority. Fainting Ana Ferrer was sent to see a psychiatrist. The doctors believed she was

14:28

Opinion

Thought for your pennies

Peter Edgerton

...trying to work out their winnings and why they’re even there. Similarly, Monopoly would become even more boring than it already is and that’s saying something. No, for the sake of the criminal fraternity, the Spanish kiosk industry and schoolchildren

14:28

Opinion

Nobody thinks of the self-employed

Manuel Castillo

...expels many into the black economy, if not into bankruptcy or unemployment. The measure to extend to 12 months the flat rate for new ‘autónomos’, which will cost around 480 million euros, is no more than a positive headline, a good excuse to ease the

11:38

LifeStyle

Novelising the fascinating history of Spain

TONY BRYANT Joan Fallon, Novelist

...what it is about Spain and Andalucía in particular that inspires me, but since a very young age I've been fascinated with Spain and I used to read old travel books about the country. Since actually living here, I've found it even more fascinating.