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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

15:20

Local

Work to resume on San Pedro health centre, says new SAS boss

Ángel Escalera

...pointing out that the authority had solved the administrative deadlock causing the delay last year. "In the first half of this year, for sure we will have concrete news about the schedule for the completion of the works," he said. When asked about when

10:46

Local

Bones suitcase mystery solved as medical student declares ownership

Juan CANO / Álvaro FRÍAS

An investigation has concluded that the suitcase filled with bones which was discovered in a Fuengirola lockup two weeks ago belonged to a medical student. The more than 20 bones, individually wrapped in the English edition of a newspaper, were, be

14:01

Local

Starlite venue planning permit puzzle is solved

Mónica Pérez

The Starlite festival venue, an old quarry in Nagüeles behind Marbella, finally has all its planning permissions and licences in place. Question marks over permission to use the venue have been hanging over the event for the past two summers and at o

12:49

Local

Mystery of the baby goat attack in Benagalbón solved

SUR

DNA tests carried out on a young pitbull dog have solved the mystery of how a baby goat lost all four of its hooves in December 2017. A resident of Benagalbón acquired the two-month-old goat as a pet for his two children. However, days later the

18:41

Opinion

Feeding frenzy

Mark Nayler

...he said, that the Spanish government uses this opportunity to look at the fundamental problems underlying the economy, and to ask whether such problems can be solved solely with increased spending. Why, for example, does Spain have such a persistently

15:31

Local

The nightmare of dealing with red tape in a pandemic

NURIA TRIGUERO

...inevitable. May arrived and many people who had been unable to work since March had still not received any payments. In June the problem seemed to have been solved: the government came to an agreement with the banks to make the payments in advance once