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15:59

Local

A Semana Santa with no processions - but plenty of charity

SUR

Occasionally rain has caused the cancellation - or interruption - of one of Andalucía's Holy Week processions, causing tears of disappointment among participants. In Malaga we have to go back 84 years to 1936, however, to find the last time that no

12:43

Local

Withdrawal Agreement leaves plenty up in the air

Jennie Rhodes brexit

So far there has been little change for most Brits living in Spain since the UK officially left the EU on 31 January. It might have been a timely reminder for those still needing to apply for residency, exchange driving licences and register on their

18:51

Sport

A bittersweet turn of events

Rob Palmer

When Spain completed qualification for the European Championships, we expected an outpouring of emotion - just not the kind we encountered. Robert Moreno celebrated on the final whistle after hammering Romania to secure a seeded spot in the draw fo

16:28

LifeStyle

Discovering Andalucía on two wheels

Ash Bolton

...hundreds of cyclists every weekend is the Gibraltar to Jimena de la Frontera route. This 90km circuit passes through Castellar de la Frontera and is blessed with plenty of stunning scenery, safe cycle lanes and minimal traffic. More importantly, there are ... plenty of cafes to refuel with a coffee and toast with ham and tomatoes. And if you’re feeling particularly strong in the legs and fancy a challenge, you can add cycling up to the castle at Castellar to add a few extra kilometres. Cycling past the

20:50

Travel

Hidden Andalucía, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

Awe-inspiring deep valleys, cascading waterfalls, and abundant wildlife. There are plenty of campsites too, if you fancy packing your tent or heading over in a campervan. Hiking routes are suitable for families, as well as more challenging adventure activity

09:37

Gibraltar

Gibraltar reports zero active Covid-19 cases for first time

Debbie Bartlett

...repetitive and boring" but "we have to continue to exercise self-control and to observe the new rules of social distancing, respiratory and hand hygiene we have been banging on about". He said there is plenty of reason not to relax and to be conscious of the

14:27

Local

Plenty of festive spirit to go round at Age Care lunch

sur

More than 125 clients, carers and guests attended the Age Care Christmas lunch on Wednesday at the Tamisa Golf Hotel. President Syd Weldon thanked all the welfare and shop volunteers for their invaluable help, before a traditional Christmas lunch

16:58

Sport

Unremarkable to the end

Rob Palmer

Gareth Bale ditching the lap of appreciation was symbolic; for not just him but many in a very strange and unspectacular season in La Liga. It now seems that the circuit of the stadium at the final home game of the season is obligatory, even if it

15:06

Sport

Why is avoiding finishing bottom so important for Malaga?

SERGIO CORTÉS

Relegation has long been confirmed but there is still plenty up for grabs for Malaga - at least from a financial perspective. It has been calculated that the difference between finishing bottom and second bottom is around 400,000 euros. The La

14:17

Opinion

No business as normal

Mark Nayler

...and creativity. Wednesday's congressional session was pure theatre, with Vox leader Pablo Abascal shouting at deputy prime minister Pablo Iglesias as he left the chamber that there would be plenty of time to watch his speech later - on a TV in prison.

13:17

Gibraltar

Open Day at The Gibraltar Museum on Saturday

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar Museum is holding its annual Open Day tomorrow, Saturday 19 May, between 10am and 6pm. This year's theme is 'Hyperconnected museums: New approaches, new publics. As always, there will be plenty of fun activities, and also the first

19:53

Opinion

Show us the money

Mark Nayler

...finance the Catalan independence referendum had come from. The Spanish government has had direct control of Catalonia since last October's divisive plebiscite - plenty of time, surely, to pore over the region's books and establish how Catalan separatists

13:50

Travel

The Turkish Riviera

Andrew Forbes

Also known as the Turquoise Coast, this enchanting stretch of shoreline from Antalya in the south, up to Çe?me in the northwest is the Mediterranean of blue voyage cruises; unspoilt nature; remarkable ancient ruins; picturesque villages; sparkling re

11:33

Local

A bad habit that is good for drain-cleaning companies

Francisco JIMÉNEZ

Desatoros Malaga, describes perfectly the situation caused by people throwing wet wipes down the lavatory: plenty of work for the drain-cleaning companies, but a major headache for sewage companies. “The problem, apart from them not decomposing, is that

16:47

LifeStyle

Award-winning Russian salad to feed healthcare workers

EMILIO MORALES

(Observatorio Malagueño de la Ensaladilla Rusa y el Gazpachuelo), an organisation formed to promote both traditional dishes in local restaurants. Their mission is to send out strength, energy and, above all, plenty of encouragement and support by providing

18:00

Opinion

Tourism and the left

Héctor Barbotta

...world and the means of survival for millions of people in all corners of the planet. However since then the most orthodox left wing has had plenty of time to understand what tourism is, but it sometimes feels like they haven't been able, or known how,

16:41

Sport

When will we be able to play golf again?

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...golf is not a contact sport and the courses have as much as 600,000 square metres of space, which is plenty to ensure that there is no crowding.

14:36

LifeStyle

The three waves of Spanish Flu

ÓSCAR BELTRÁN DE OTÁLORA

...estimated 50 to 100 million people losing their lives. One in every four inhabitants of the planet were infected. A century later, scientific advances have meant that a disaster such as that cannot repeat itself, but there are still plenty of things about