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14:18

Opinion

The world looks on

Rachel Haynes

...neighbours and the media here are thinking and saying, but we can also see how people around the world, and their respective media, are perceiving events. In recent years Spain has been scrutinised from abroad quite frequently, from government turmoil to ... towards Catalonia is among the reasons for the far-right party Vox's recent growth in popularity. Some of the former political leaders in court this week are answering charges of "rebellion". That alone conjures up images from history books and adds to

18:28

Gibraltar

Steady rise in Covid-19 cases to the highest number ever in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The number of active coronavirus cases in Gibraltar has risen to a record level in recent days, reaching a total of 88 on Thursday, an increase of ten cases in 24 hours. The numbers may still be low, even for a population of around 34,000, but a few

15:04

Local

Work has begun on the new water deposit for Mijas Pueblo

Ivan Gelibter

...and is something the council has been calling for in recent years. It will supply about 10,000 cubic metres of water to people's homes, and "thanks to team work it is closer than ever to becoming reality," said the mayor. González stressed his

17:17

LifeStyle

Forbes ranks Dani García as one of the hundred most creative business people in Spain

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

...something he had been dreaming of for a long time. His mind is continually on the boil; it's what keeps him on the move. More and more ideas for Doha, Miami, New York, London, Paris and Madrid. Not to mention the recent launch of his own home delivery ... line or the recent opening of Leña, his new steak house, on the site where he once ran the three-starred restaurant in the Puente Romano hotel in Marbella. All of this, what he has already achieved, what is currently in progress and what is yet to

17:42

Opinion

Garbage control

PETER HARRISON

Inspecting the contents of dustbins is not a habit of mine but recent high winds leave me no option. When the wind topples unstable bins, the scattered contents make easy pickings for hungry homeless animals. Many local authorities have replaced old

16:32

Local

"Malaga will be the epicentre of R+D for Hyperloop in Europe"

IGNACIO LILLO

"We are trying to create a new form of transport which will change the way in which people are connected and travel: our whole way of life, in other words," says Ryan Kelly, who is the Global Marketing and Communication Director for the Virgin Hyperl

14:03

Opinion

A bloody good idea

PETER EDGERTON MUSIC MAKER WWW.E-PETER.COM

A cup of tea and a biscuit. That's what you used to get in the UK when you gave blood, if my memory serves. In Spain it was a vaguely orangey flavoured drink but, alas, no custard cream nor ginger nut. It always seemed a bit churlish to ask for the c

17:10

LifeStyle

Spain still speaks 'Spanglish'

JOSEBA VÁZQUEZ

It's a classic. The years pass, trends pass, governments pass, trainers of Real Madrid pass, and Spain never manages to shake off the reputation it has had since time immemorial of a country whose inhabitants have a medium-low proficiency in English.