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17:01

Opinion

From dog pound to Sweden

IGNACIO LILLO

...pretty Milana and the Holy Innocents that Camus portrayed. It's true that we don't kill so much now, or so many, although still too many end their days before they should, in public dog shelters which are overcrowded and where injections are easy; or ... I fear we will never be. The fact that Spain in general and Malaga (because of its strong focus on tourism) in particular should be one of the main exporters of abandoned animals fills me with shame. Don't get me wrong: it's better than putting

15:42

Sport

A point to prove

Rob Palmer

If you're looking to make a 'journey of recovery' and find your former self, you wouldn't necessarily head to the ceramic capital of Spain. That is, unless you are a footballer! A small city of just over 50,000 inhabitants has the most incredible r

16:01

Opinion

Breaking fake news

Mark Nayler

...for Intervention Against Disinformation" (as it's officially called), then it's unnecessary; but if, as seems likely, this procedure will be put to all kinds of other uses, it should be opposed, not endorsed, as it is by the EU. The Spanish ... should be - able to withstand and combat themselves. We're all aware that there's a lot of rubbish out there these days - a lot of hysteria and scaremongering, opinion and speculation passed off as truth, a lot of white noise, especially in the ... self-reinforcing echo chambers of Twitter and Facebook. But it should be left to individuals to decide and judge for themselves what constitutes disinformation and fact, what they find dubious or persuasive, without the supervision of politicians. In any case,

13:41

Opinion

No exceptions

Mark Nayler

...is on a later period. One key issue raised by Juan Carlos's reputational deterioration is whether monarchs should be granted legal invincibility for the duration of their reign. The answer, I believe, is "no". After all, if Juan Carlos was ... or queens, should be immune from prosecution.

16:35

Local

Perth, the Australian city with the same climate as Malaga

IGNACIO LILLO

...mirror effect," says Salvo, although we should remember that they are in different hemospheres: August in Malaga is like February in Perth, and is the hottest month of the year (their summer starts on 21 December). "I was looking to see if there was

15:59

Sport

'I feel this is my place in the world; I enjoy country life'

OSKAR BELATEGUI

...in your footsteps? I always say she should do whatever she wants. I wouldn't mind. Does Olaeta ever feel too small? Uh, Olaeta is very big, there is room for everything. For me exploring the world was tied in with work and sacrifice and I'm not

12:58

National

Spanish Health ministry resisting calls for stay-at-home lockdown

SUR

...that if the devolved regions used their existing powers to the limits within the current state of alarm rules, there should be no need to go further. He added that two to three weeks were needed to see if the current measures were working. Sources

20:40

Local

Surge in demand for private Covid-19 tests as health service struggles

A. GÓMEZ / A. M. ROMERO

The long queues at public health centres that greet people worried they have Covid-19 is forcing more and more to turn to the private sector to get tested and treated, or at least to find out if they need to be. The surge in the use of private clin