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17:50

Sport

Can rugby teach us something?

Rob Palmer

Rugby Union is a sport I've painstakingly tried to watch and enjoy without any success but my latest attempt has convinced me that football can learn from the way the odd-shaped ball game utilises the VAR. Quite frankly I'm bored by the game but in

14:21

LifeStyle

Try something new, make a splash

SUR IN ENGLISH

With favourable weather conditions almost guaranteed during the summer months, watersports continue to attract novices and enthusiasts from near and afar to the region. No matter the level, there are facilities to cater for everyone across the more

11:59

Opinion

Something in the way

Mark Nayler

This week saw Luis Garicano, an economic advisor for Ciudadanos, announcing that the centrist party will impose tighter regulations on corporations if it gains a share of power on April 28th. "We have been very concerned that many sectors in Spain ha

15:40

Sport

Just about ticking over

Rob Palmer

For the managers of the La Liga giants, the international breaks are like islands in the ocean; if they can reach the next one safely it's time to assess exactly where they are on the journey. Neither Ernesto Valverde nor Zinedine Zidane will feel

15:53

Sport

Malaga women’s 1998 treble winners angry at Supercup snub

MARINA RIVAS

AFE’s women’s football committee. Deeply affected, she said: “They seem to want to erase our history.” “People are jumping on the bandwagon of women’s football now, but it existed before and so did the Supercup. It’s something we worked hard for.” Her

13:20

Opinion

What planet are they on?

NEIL HESKETH

...of its shows would serve to worry us about the delicate position of Earth, so does nobody see the irony that almost everyone would have to arrive by polluting car in order to be told that? There is something also very ironic about this site. It is

13:19

Opinion

You go boss

Peter Edgerton

...saying something like ‘Your customers haven’t heard from you for a while. Let them know what’s going on.’ Ostensibly in our interests, loosely translated this message actually means ‘Look, buddy, Facebook hasn’t been able to glean any sellable information

11:21

Local

Vélez-Málaga CAC partners with Tokyo gallery for pop art exhibition

Eugenio Cabezas

Vélez-Málaga's contemporary art centre, CAC, is showing an exhibition of late 20th and early 21st century pop art by artists from the UK, USA, Japan, Germany and Spain. The exhibition, Make Something Different, is being held in collaboration with

14:54

LifeStyle

The sweetest killer

FERMÍN APEZTEGUÍA

...question of health, but one of life or death. How to control it The relationship between people and sugar is nothing new. In fact, it forms part of human evolution. The cave-dwellers soon discovered that a bit of something sweet gave them the energy to

12:50

Sport

Marbella jiu-jitsu champion's fateful fight

Andrew Forbes

...jacket, Babak tells me he realises that he's got to slow down a little, to accept the age of his body, rather than the youthful age he feels in his head. His recovery has been remarkable; something new for his spinal specialists who want to share his