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12:36

Local

Parking a priority in new raft of infrastructure projects for Mijas

Ivan Gelibter

With just five months left of the legislature, Mijas town hall is to set in motion some 30 new infrastructure projects at a cost of 700,000 euros. According to SUR sources, half of these projects will be put out to tender in the coming weeks, and t

13:35

Sport

Refreshingly different

ROB PALMER

Time to hold my hands up and admit that Girona have confounded my expectations and, refreshingly, brought the opposite of what I feared they'd bring to La Liga. When you hear that the ownership of a team is shrouded in mystery and they are shipping

14:14

Opinion

Nobody wins

Mark Nayler

"Agenda for Change". This comprised a raft of policies designed to increase the Spanish economy's productivity and reduce unemployment and public debt. More controversially, the PSOE leader's blueprint budget also increased the amount of public funds

17:04

Opinion

No pain, no gain

Mark Nayler

raft of policies aimed at reducing social inequality and bolstering the Spanish economy. Available information about the Socialists' scheme shows it to be positive, progressive and, if put into action, likely to do Spain a lot of good. But the big

16:48

Opinion

Which direction?

Mark Nayler

...criticised by PP leader Pablo Casado, who has called its raft of expensive welfare policies "suicidal". One way in which the Socialist leader proposed to fund them was with higher taxes, both on individuals and corporations - a move which is opposed by all of

14:53

Opinion

A taxing job ahead

Mark Nayler

...him to power. The PSOE will also need the support of a raft of smaller leftist parties if it's to pass any legislation at all, meaning its dream of enlarging Spain's welfare state is a way off becoming reality.