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14:14

Opinion

Things are seldom what they seem

JEREMY BLATCH

As an investor and wealth manager, I increasingly hear from investors and advisors alike that they 'fancy' or 'like' a specific country to invest in. Over recent years, the huge growth in capital in emerging growth economies in Asia and Latin America

19:52

Opinion

Wave culture

Peter Edgerton

...constantly pumping arm for everyone - that should do the trick. After all, politicians have been acting like that for centuries and it doesn't seem to have done them any harm. Oh wait..

16:20

Opinion

Amazon gain forest

Peter Edgerton

...their plight. You work hard, take risks, develop your innate talent, create employment and get to keep just one per cent of the rewards. It doesn't seem fair. However, if my calculations are right, and Jeff Bezos was taxed at ninety-nine per cent, he'd

13:52

LifeStyle

An uplifting experience over rural Malaga

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...the passengers on each side of the basket. The gas burner starts to make a noise and the balloon begins to rise. The balloon's gentle movement doesn't seem to match the speed at which it travels or its height: 400 metres above the ground and 33

13:34

LifeStyle

From simple fruit salad to tutti frutti

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

The official change of name of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is very recent (February 2019) and is nothing more than the latest twist in a long and confusing history of the word Macedonia or Macedonian. Over centuries it has evolved to me

19:11

Opinion

Myths and legends

ANDREW J. LINN

Tiresomely there are some myths about eating in Spain that never seem to go away. A social media post by an Austrian asked recently if Spanish food was safe to eat! Where have these people been? Certainly they have never visited Spain, where

15:19

Opinion

Candy floss

Jennie Rhodes

...for five weeks, as a "candy floss of outrage". He went on to deftly point out that it was coming from "people who never wanted to leave the EU". No shit Sherlock. So while the anti-Brexit candy floss is outraged, it would seem the old school ties

14:12

Sport

Do your due diligence

Rob Palmer

Any multi-million business deal is dependent on a due diligence investigation, so I wonder just what on earth Real Madrid and Barcelona are playing at? Neymar is loving being the centre of attention as the two Spanish giants play tug-of-war over th

14:55

Sport

From insanity to tranquility

Rob Palmer

Who would have thought that the club once considered to be the craziest in the world is now the model of normality? Jesús Gil, the president who courted controversy, cut a figure like one of the Sopranos and changed managers as often as his shirts

18:15

Local

"We feel more at ease and safer here than in the UK"

TONY BRYANT JENNIE RHODES

...here than in the UK. We have noticed that everybody wears a mask and most people observe the social distancing: in Southend, the beaches are packed and even the police don't seem too bothered about it," she concluded. Plans have changed Rona

13:34

Opinion

Don't let your pets down this summer

PETER HARRISON

"History does not repeat itself. Mankind does," said Voltaire. How true it is and irresponsible animal owners never seem to learn. Every year we read the same story of pets being left in cars in hot weather. Owners get fined but that does not help

15:59

LifeStyle

Bernardo de Gálvez: from oblivion to fame

Manuel Olmedo

One might think that everything had already been said about Bernardo de Gálvez, the Macharaviaya-born military leader who fought against the British during the American War of Independence, but luckily that is not so. It seems as if new details or as

13:52

Opinion

A job lot

Peter Edgerton

We're looking for a new barmaid down at The Shakespeare, an endeavour which is a lot more difficult than might first be imagined. In the first place, we don't get many CVs handed at the bar which, I like to think, is because we're located down a bi

12:45

Opinion

Spain and the UK sign an international treaty on Gibraltar

BERNARD FAY

...and the UK in relation to Gibraltar since the treaty of Utrecht in 1713 by which Britain gained sovereignty over Gibraltar. The agreement has the ingredients of a win-win negotiation and the parties involved or affected seem content with the outcome.

13:04

LifeStyle

How to lose weight and keep it off

TATE MCCLELLAN

...restaurants? This is much more important in the long term than counting calories. The second most important weapon (besides proper nutrition) still remains physical activity. Those extra calories you spend at first seem unimportant - one hour of dancing, for