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16:18

Opinion

Wheelie wheelie worrying

Peter Edgerton

The city of Malaga’s exponential growth as a tourist destination continues unabated. The number of wheelie suitcases being trundled around town at any given moment is quite astonishing, although not nearly as astonishing as the minuscule size of ... nonexistent. This is because property owners can, as things stand, earn three times as much by renting to The Wheelie Suitcase Gang than they can by offering accommodation to a local couple or family. There’s something quite disturbing about this state of

18:34

Sport

Dani Pacheco signs as Malaga pause to reassess the market

SERGIO CORTÉS

Malaga's frenetic transfer activity over the past two weeks is set to come to a temporary halt after the club secured the signing of Getafe attacking midfielder Dani Pacheco. The former Barcelona and Liverpool youngster, who was born in Pizarra, ha

19:29

Gibraltar

The silver lining in the Covid-19 cloud

Debbie Bartlett

...to have been chosen. Jake seems very young to have such talent and such an interest in helping others, but in fact he is already quite an experienced writer, having begun writing stories and drawing pictures to go with them when he was just six

18:06

Sport

Stealing a march

Rob Palmer

...this is nothing new. Quite often crowd noises are 'piped in' to an uncertain satellite feed of a foreign game and viewers don't notice the 'white noise'. Us commentators crank up the volume so we are 'fighting' the effects. It's not new for games to

17:58

Opinion

Hobbies and passed times

Peter Edgerton

As the old - and somewhat lame joke - goes, nostalgia's a thing of the past. It's never really been something that has stirred my passions, truth be told. All those radio stations playing 'golden oldies' give me the shivers, quite frankly - Kenny ... in context, I'm somebody who possesses very few photographs (maybe twenty in total) and who - if the conversation turns to all our yesterdays - scarpers for the nearest exit at a high rate of knots. The present is usually quite enough to be going on ... comfortable old blanket of safety and rose-tinted happiness. The more I've delved into its welcoming embrace, the more I've enjoyed the experience. So, it rather looks like I've been quite mistaken all these years; nostalgia can be a good thing if it's not

11:34

LifeStyle

Christmas spirit in the Sierra Norte

Javier Almellones

The Christmas celebrations in El Castillo de las Guardas are somewhat unusual. In fact, this village, which is close to the source of the Guadiamar river, in the Sierra Norte area of Seville province, has become quite famous for its ‘belén

15:10

Opinion

Bossed in translation

Peter Edgerton

By contrast, translating literature, poetry or song lyrics is quite difficult to do but extraordinarily stimulating and satisfying if you manage to do it well. Last week an old friend and well known Spanish pop star called to see if I could translate ... de pocos amigos". You'll be pleased to hear that neither of these gems is in the song because that would mean it was really rubbish but they do serve as examples of the point I wanted to make: artistic translation is really quite difficult. So, we've

15:10

Opinion

Lost connections

Rachel Haynes

...fly to London, depends on the announcements the Spanish PM and his ministers deliver every so often on our TV screens, guided wisely - we hope - by those studying the behaviour of a virus. Soon we'll get that connection back, albeit not quite in the

15:27

Opinion

The generous guiri

IGNACIO LILLO

...and I can only praise him for his good taste and ask him to invite me this summer; I hope he comes. So far, nothing unusual. There are a lot of visitors like him, although I'm not sure quite how many from Estonia, which has fewer inhabitants than the