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20:28

Local

Opening of designer outlet at Plaza Mayor postponed due to licence problems

Juan Soto / Jesús Hinojosa

Málaga Designer Outlet, the new luxury brand shopping village next to Plaza Mayor, will not be opening its doors this Tuesday as advertised. The centre lacks the licences it needs, although the firm behind the project, McArthurGlen, has said that the

13:24

Sport

Far-reaching problems

Rob Palmer

Ernesto Valverde, but the problems are more far-reaching than that. There is no way that the well-structured Barcelona of a decade ago would be trying to bring back Neymar, a player who left such a bad taste. They would have sat back and offered a ... met. The problems stem back a decade to when the next generation were being recruited as there is no new Piqué, Busquets, Iniesta, Xavi or Messi coming through the system. The answer is to invest heavily in supposedly proven talent, hence the move

14:45

LifeStyle

Ninety per cent of men will experience prostate problems by the time they are 75

SUR

Problems with the prostate gland are the most common cause of health complaints in men over the age of 50. Conditions include prostate cancer and benign hyperplasia, an increase in size of the prostate gland, which is one of the biggest health ... problems in adult men. "Benign hyperplasia affects 60 per cent of men over the age of 60, and in those over 75 years old it rises to 90 per cent," said José Ángel Gómez Pascual, the head of Urology at the Quirónsalud Hospital in Malaga. With regard to ... the need for regular check-ups to detect any possible problems early. "Early diagnosis increases the options for treatment and cure of prostate cancer and other conditions. The urological check-ups are vitally important, not only to rule out any

18:47

Sport

Qatari investment group makes offer to purchase BlueBay's shares in Malaga CF

SERGIO CORTÉS

It has been said many times before, but this is a crucial week for the future of Malaga CF. With the club facing serious financial problems and no imminent solution to the dispute between club president Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani and the BlueBay hotel ... Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, has this past week been acting as an intermediary in a bid to resolve the problems facing the club. He has met with both Malaga CF's acting chief executive Richard Shaheen and BlueBay's director general Gonzalo Hervás to try

19:42

LifeStyle

"We go to bed with someone as if we were about to sit an exam"

Ángel Escalera

...of young people for who Emmanuelle was much more than just a French name. Putting an end to eroticism is very difficult. What is certain is that the ease of accessing pornography is bringing a lot of problems. Young people nowadays are not ... is. We see more sexual problems in people who start too early. The ideal age could be around 17 or 18. Is fidelity natural? It's quite unnatural. Faithfulness is something inherited and it has a religious and historical character. We have a clear ... performance anxiety. A fear of failure. What are the most common problems you see? Premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction and lack of desire. Although a third of the people who come because of premature ejaculation don't actually have it or suffer

14:36

Local

La Cónsula cooks up its new stars

FRANCISCO GUTIÉRREZ

...reputation that La Cónsula school had four or five years ago, prior to legal problems leading to the failure of public authorities to pay suppliers and staff. Now fully integrated into the regional government's employment opportunity department, its future

14:07

LifeStyle

The 'blue light' that stops youngsters sleeping

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

...sleep problems in adolescents in Lyon recently. "We have shown that it can be easily reversed by minimising use of screens and exposure to 'blue light' at night. According to our data, it is probable that these disorders are caused at least in part by ... simple measures now, we can avoid greater health problems in forthcoming years," he says. However, once an adolescent becomes quite dependent on using the screen other variables come into play, such as anxiety or the uncontrollable need to be ... the child interacts. Meanwhile the pathologies associated with excessive use of technological devices continue to increase. Child obesity Two other studies have related excessive use of mobile devices with health problems at increasingly earlier