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15:30

Opinion

Tradition

POLLY RODGER BROWN

Whizz. Whoosh. Bang! Last weekend the customary peace of the English countryside in autumn was punctured by explosions and the darkness of the night skies around us filled with trailing fluorescent stars. November 5th is one of the most popular and

10:26

Local

Chocolates, still a classic gift

Pilar Martínez malaga

The traditional Toblerone or classic bag of sweets never seem to go out of fashion. Sources at the airport calculate that about one million of these are sold every year. 1.5 million sandwiches and snacks are sold each year in the 7,000 square

13:18

Opinion

Flying so low

PETER EDGERTON

If a tourist came into the pub and began telling me they'd just enjoyed a whopping sirloin steak and chips for two euros fifty or how, last year, they bought a brand new laptop from an official dealer for twenty pounds, I'm not sure how I'd react. It

17:53

Sport

The farewell tour

Rob Palmer opinion

This Real Madrid band is like an egotistical monster of rock - the bigger the arena or festival, the better the performance. I once saw Meatloaf; I'd been waiting for years to see the legend in the flesh. When he came to my local arena he was all o

18:09

Opinion

Trend games

Peter Edgerton

...vapour ciggie and, even then, most probably on the internet. At one point there were about ten or twelve of these outlets in Malaga city centre alone. They didn't last very long. The latest fashion in these parts, it would seem, is for betting shops,

17:57

Opinion

Grant application

Mark Nayler

...continually extended quarantine measures seem to be unsupported by logic or a medium-term plan, as was demonstrated this week by the rapid U-turn over children's freedom of movement. In the Financial Times interview, Calviño also said that the government is

22:09

Opinion

A united front

Mark Nayler

GDP in 2020 as a result of the pandemic, which would be the largest annual drop since civil war broke out in 1936. That figure starts to seem less worrying, however, when you consider that the Fund routinely changes its forecasts, even under normal

10:31

Sport

All in a day's work

Rob Palmer

When Luis Enrique first took his seat in the Barcelona dug-out he looked like he'd just sailed into town on his yacht from Puerto Banús - all sunglasses, jeans, trainers - the picture of mid-life relaxation. That was the image, and he managed the s

15:03

Travel

Travel in a post-coronavirus world

Andrew Forbes

With many countries in some form of a state of emergency, citizens under 'lockdown' and borders closed, this doesn't seem to be the time to think about travel. The unrelenting news coverage of the tragic impact upon health and livelihoods of

13:07

Opinion

The vulnerable age

Rachel Haynes opinion

This week’s SUR in English contains at least two articles that make us stop and think of the most senior members of our communities and families. In her second Brit Back column, in which she recounts the ups and downs of her rediscovery of the UK aft

13:19

LifeStyle

The Lyrids

KEN CAMPBELL the night sky

...to orbit the Sun, the last time it was in our part of the Solar System was in 1861 and it won’t be back until 2276. The meteors in the shower produced all seem to radiate from one point in the sky near to the bright star Vega in the constellation of

15:51

Local

"Things will be different in future, and we will change them ourselves"

Héctor Barbotta

Businessman Miguel Gómez Molina considers himself a fortunate person, although the way he believes he contracted the illness would seem to contradict that. On 14 March, the day he decided to close his jewellery shop in Puerto Banús, one of the last

14:52

Travel

Preparing for a new era of travel and tourism

Andrew Forbes

Well, as you might imagine, in a time of national lockdowns, countrywide state of emergencies, 'indefinite' international travel bans, and social distancing, writing an upbeat holiday and tourism column might seem a challenge! Yet just as we are ... inspired by stories of individuals who find inner strength and courage when facing what might seem insurmountable challenges, so too we can feel uplifted by how our families, communities and also businesses have come together in this time of crisis. This is

16:09

LifeStyle

Help combat isolation among elderly people without taking any risks

SUSANA ZAMORA

...them, is very important to keep their fear at bay and make the situation seem more normal," says Jesús Vargas. The situation is very different for elderly people who are dependent on others, needing help with basic tasks such as showering, eating or

19:21

Opinion

Scaremongering

Daryl Finch

...another bird flu, Ebola or mad cow's disease... it will come to nothing." This is the problem with this new post-truth era that we're living in. Facts don't seem to matter anymore. No one seems to care that Covid-19 is much more contagious than the

16:30

Sport

Malaga women’s 1998 treble winners angry at Supercup snub

MARINA RIVAS

...football committee. Deeply affected, she said: “They seem to want to erase our history.” “People are jumping on the bandwagon of women’s football now, but it existed before and so did the Supercup. It’s something we worked hard for.” Her protest is also

18:37

LifeStyle

Women who wear grey hair and wrinkles with pride

SOLANGE VÁZQUEZ

Argentinian song: ‘Viejo, mi querido viejo, ahora caminas lento’. “So the word ‘viejo’ [old] is rather lovely, don’t you think?” she says. Benedicta Sánchez.SUR She poses the question and her words seem to remain in the air (they have floated above all

18:53

Gibraltar

Gibraltar isn't scared of Brexit

Héctor Barbotta

...midnight tonight, when Britain leaves the EU, but her feelings, a mixture of uncertainty and confidence, seem to be shared by Gibraltarians in general. She doesn't know what is going to happen, but is convinced it won't all be bad. "I hope the same thing ... of clementines is priced at £2.40 (2.83 euros). Apples are 40p (72 céntimos) each. These prices explain why the cost of shopping is, at the moment, the main concern of Gibraltarians with regard to Brexit. Apart from that, they seem confident about