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11:42

Education

Young poets

...horse and cart, So that was his real tragic end. After the last page of Jack and the Beanstalk, The giant didn’t really die when he fell down, He picked Jack up and made him his slave, And the giant became the ruler of the town. After the last page

17:26

Opinion

Dark kitchens

ANDREW J. LINN

One of 'Casa Mateo's' chefs may actually work there, but more often than not it is some poor wage slave doing long hours in not very amenable working conditions - usually on their own. In fact these operations are run by the home delivery companies

18:34

LifeStyle

"Obviously visitor numbers are an indicator of how well a museum is doing"

Antonio Javier López

...people want to come, otherwise there is a danger to society, a danger of becoming slaves and victims of the banalisation and commercialisation of culture. That is what is happening to us. I believe we have lost the thread... We'll come back to the

14:40

Opinion

The voice of statistics

Héctor Barbotta

Tradition has it that Marcus Aurelius, the last of those who passed into history as the five good emperors of Rome, always took a slave with him on his walks through the city. The function of the slave was to keep saying in his ear, amid the ... acclamations and cheers from his subjects, "remember you are only a man". In the history of Rome, Marcus Aurelius is known as 'The Wise'. We don't have that slave, but we do have figures, and, when figures appear, speeches and the story fade into ... keep reminding us, like Marcus Aurelius' slave, about the vulnerability and weakness of our economy. The mad months are coming now. The ones when unemployment shoots up again, until the next summer comes knocking at the door. Then we will once again

14:28

What to do

A museum that gives another perspective on life

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...saw a museum like this while travelling in Europe and loved it, but there is nothing like it in Spain so we decided to create one when we came to live in Malaga," says Ukrainian entrepreneur Slava Bredikhim who arrived here two years ago with Ana

18:03

Opinion

Equal footing

Rachel Haynes

...world a fairer place are inspiring and have you itching to get up and join the next protest march that passes. On the other, it hammers home just how recent it was that black slaves were fighting for freedom and women were campaigning for their own

15:36

Opinion

Competitive gastronomy

ANDREW J. LINN

...export success is never assured, even if it is only between regions, and rather like Columbus's (only) pear-shaped venture of its type, Indian slaves, there's no place like home turf.

10:51

LifeStyle

1 June 1778: Families from Malaga embark on a journey to colonise Louisiana

MADDY HAY what happened today?

Orleans on 11 November. The Spanish acquired 70 slaves and traversed the Bayou Treche river. Bernardo de Gálvez and his second in command Francisco Bouligny were in constant conflict about settlement areas and the poor living conditions of their fellow

16:39

What to do

Jazz, flamenco and piano stars complete Nerja Cave Festival line-up

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...spiritualism, the fight undertaken by slaves for their liberty and the end of racial segregation led by Martin Luther King. A Hammond organ and a guitar accompany 'The road to freedom', a performance that will open the event on 16 June. The festival will close

14:52

Local

“We are the slaves of the 21st century; people think we must be ignorant”

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

...associated with having to prepare a room against the clock, because there are so many to do in one day. “We are the slaves of the 21st century; people think we must be ignorant because we work as cleaners,” says the president of the Malaga branch of 'Kellys ... could see that there was interest among the media, and that means that the whole of Spain knows about our serious problems. We are now at a point where, as my colleague says, we are the slaves of the 21st century. This is slave labour. Is that what it ... feels like? Yes, exactly that. We are slaves in the 21st century. They treat us badly because they think we must be illiterate, as we clean for a living, when in fact most of us have a good education. A lot of women started working early so they didn't