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10:12

Opinion

Caballero

Peter Edgerton

...department. Why not? It’s absurd.” “We’re simply not able to do that I’m afraid.” “But please explain to me - why not?” “CABALLEROOO!!” (Hangs up). Delivery companies that don’t deliver, communication monoliths that don’t communicate, whatever next

10:12

Local

Costa del Sol lights up for Christmas

sur

...march against violence against women in the city centre. Councillors have said that if the dynamic new display is a success they could roll it out to other parts of the city centre next year. The side streets around Calle Larios and main boulevards ... will have a Smurf theme and will be switched on by singer Edurne. The third film in the Smurf series will be premiered in the village in March next year. Fuengirola Fuengirola also switched on its lights last night, as well as opening the town’s

10:12

LifeStyle

A first taste of the land of his dreams

Mark Nayler reading into spain

“seemed to rise from the sea like some rust-corroded wreck”. Here he spent his first ever night abroad, sleeping at a rustic inn next to a snoring old man tethered to his goat, his head “roaring with Spain”. Lee’s imperious poetic economy enables him to ... him and offered up an ominous prophecy: “If you want to see blood, stick around - you’re going to see plenty.” And so it would be; because, for the next few years, Lee would find himself in the thick of what became one of the most bloody conflicts

10:12

LifeStyle

As far as you can go - and one step further

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...to be: Webster “bought a ticket and guitar and caught a plane the next day”. Spurred on by adolescent fantasies set in a vivid land of towering cathedrals and flamenco dancers, brilliant blue skies and death-defying bullfighters, there was only one

10:12

National

Everything’s changed, but what’s different?

Íñigo Gurruchaga brexit

...they are thinking of returning to Spain. For them, Brexit is already having a negative effect. When they visit their families in Malaga, they receive fewer euros for their pounds, and they are afraid of what will happen in the next year. Why are they

10:12

Local

The cultivation of pecan nuts set to extend across the Guadalhorce

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Málaga Natural company. He estimates that the production of pecans in the area will double over the next three years. At the moment, pecan production in Malaga is around 200 tonnes a year. Pecan nuts have started to become more common in shops in

10:12

Opinion

No news: good news?

Mark Nayler

Rajoy should be going about things with some urgency (even though it’s hard to imagine him doing anything with urgency). As it is, he’s yet to even convene the first big meeting with investiture-partners Ciudadanos about spending plans for next year, ... they will only usher in yet another period of political deadlock for Spain. Especially where next year’s budget is concerned, the PSOE and Unidos Podemos must be pragmatic and water down their directionless, indiscriminate opposition to the PP. Rajoy ... yet-to-be scheduled meeting with Ciudadanos, a party critical of many of the PP’s economic policies, Rajoy will have to thrash out a draft budget for next year. This will be no mean feat in itself, because, in order to keep the EU happy, Spain has to raise

10:12

National

New currencies are being used in Spain to boost local business

Lucía palacios

...circulation next year “to channel public spending”. Again, the objective is to boost local business and develop a more social society. To involve local people, the council has started a campaign to name the currency: the winner will receive a cheque ... will take place in Jerez next year. At present this virtual money has about 80 to 90 users, although as many as 200 people have used it. It is equal to one euro, but those behind the scheme prefer to say it is equivalent to a cup of coffee. The ‘res’

10:12

Local

US expats mark Thanksgiving in a year of change

leandro pavón / sur

...get-together included a lunch and charity raffle in aid of the Cudeca cancer charity, as well as plenty more debate and discussion about what lies in store for American politics in the next twelve months before the next time the chapters meet for their