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13:38

Sport

The magic of the Copas

Rob Palmer

...while Barcelona blew a cup final with Lionel Messi showing that he is human after all. Tradition counts for little in Spanish football at the moment: the Copa del Rey changes rules and regulations every year and they just seem to make up what

13:15

Opinion

Unsettling times

TXEMA MARTÍN

States, @POTUS, to Joe Biden. @RealDonaldTrump is still censored, and that doesn't seem quite right either, but that's another matter... Biden's inauguration was attended by Jennifer Lopez (her surname doesn't have an accent because she's from the Bronx,

14:16

Opinion

Pandemic and priorities

PETER HARRISON

It is always sad to read of animals being abandoned and readers of such action can be quick to condemn. Incidents seem to have risen recently so it may be interesting to reason why, without condoning such action. I firmly believe that many animal

12:15

LifeStyle

Hearts that lose their rhythm

ELENA MARTÍN

...went out running anyway because I was training for a marathon. I have always been athletic and in good physical shape, but I suddenly felt a fluttering in my chest and a feeling of fatigue from the waist down. My legs didn't seem to want to work and the

12:09

Local

Can vaccination end the virus? 'Maybe in time, but we must not drop our guard'

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

As happens with many epidemics, I had been thinking that it may have significantly decreased or even disappeared, but like others, there still seem to be unknown factors prolonging it, no matter what is being done or not being done. The evolution of ... despite the very high spending on health which is funded by taxes, has highlighted deficiencies which I don’t see being discussed or tackled. Does the low incidence of the virus in Wuhan, where this whole pandemic started, seem normal to you? What do

19:06

LifeStyle

The problem of aching hands

ROCÍO MENDOZA

...numbness in several fingers, especially the annular and the little finger. It might seem that we are all destined to suffer from such problems at some time, because we use these devices so much. However, changing some habits and doing certain exercises

19:27

What to do

James Turrell: what the eye thinks it sees

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...background. The eye tricks the brain This is the 'viewing space', and it is here that the eye tricks the brain, making it think it is seeing something it isn't: at first, you seem to be looking at a flat projection on a wall, but no. If you get closer you

12:28

Opinion

The seaweed's still there

Héctor Barbotta

...have to go back to deal with issues that now seem trivial or of secondary importance. Problems that the pandemic has hidden, but that are far from being solved and are still there, even though we're not paying them attention. In the first half of

23:47

LifeStyle

Inquisitive ibexes near Comares lead to award for British photographer

Jennie Rhodes

...ibex which was on its own. "He was aware that I was there but he didn't seem worried," says Gary. When he captured the family that went on to be the winning photo, Gary says he was up early with his dogs and walking around the Fuente Gordo area of the