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13:08

Sport

Double draw as Malaga continue to struggle to find their footing

SERGIO CORTÉS

...for Sadiku to head into the back of the net. Malaga's superiority, at least as far as possession was concerned (the end tally was Mirandés's 40% to Malaga's 60%), made them seem likely to hang on to their lead. Their weakness in the middle of the

19:09

LifeStyle

A passion for a Scottish tradition on the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant

Bagpipes might seem to be a little out of place in Andalucía, unlike in northern Spain, especially in Galica and Asturias, where they are part of the musical backcloth. However, over the past few years, this traditional Scottish instrument has

12:00

Gibraltar

Ancient ceramic items found in frontier tunnel excavation works

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...usually used to transport products derived from the salting of fish, including the garum sauce, which was highly valued in Roman kitchens. The fragments of Terra sigillata Africana ceramics seem to be from a later period - possibly between the 4th and

15:19

Opinion

Keeping pets safe in the extreme heat

PETER HARRISON

"History never repeats itself. Mankind always does," said Voltaire. How true that is and irresponsible animal owners never seem to learn. Every year we hear the same story of pets being left in cars in hot weather. Owners get fined but that does

12:59

Opinion

Practically impossible

Peter Edgerton

...cistern? Flashing spanners, grunt, grunt, grunt, tighten, grunt, grunt, tighten, sigh. Lovely job, good as new. It's nothing short of miraculous how these dudes overcome the challenge of everyday breakages and, what's even more astonishing, seem to enjoy

16:15

Opinion

The Bourdain way

ANDREW J. LINN

...stimulating food in any form, exotic fishes and meats, dependable ethnic cooking from Vladivostok to Cuzco. Unpretentious was Bourdin's middle name. His favourite dish was spaghetti pomodoro, and his friends used to say that he really did seem happier

10:51

Sport

Deadline day approaches with a lot of work still left to do for Malaga

sergio cortés / pedro luis alonso

Malaga’s financial limitations. The stumbling block so far, however, has been over an option to buy. A number of clubs seem willing to take the economic risk of covering his salary but will only do so if there is option to buy in any loan agreement. The

10:38

LifeStyle

Spring colour arrives at La Concepción

Ángel Escalera

...vistas that seem to have been created by the paintbrush of some famous artist. One of the most significant features of the gardens is the ornate iron arbour, built by the Loring-Heredia family as an outside dining area, and over which the wisterias