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10:12

Sport

Incredible Kameni denies Barcelona

MARCUS PRICE

...shock lead midway through the second half as Juanpi played in Juankar. The Spanish midfielder rounded the Barcelona keeper but could only find the side netting with the empty net at his mercy. From this moment on, however, the Catalan club controlled the

10:12

Opinion

No news: good news?

Mark Nayler

It’s not just because the English and Spanish press has been unable to talk of much except Donald Trump for the last week and a half that you’ve heard very little about Mariano Rajoy’s new government. Three weeks have elapsed since the veteran

09:22

Sport

Defence leads the way to the EuroCup quarter finals

enrique miranda

...them top of their group. This, combined with Valencia's victory over Alba Berlin, puts the two Spanish clubs as front runners to take the two qualification spots for the next round. Despite winning by a comfortable margin, the hosts did not make it

10:12

Local

Malaga airport has already been used by more passengers this year than in all 2015

Pilar Martínez

...to and from abroad, compared with an increase of 9.5 per cent in flights between Spanish cities. Specifically, in October 1,711,802 passengers travelled on 12,095 flights. In percentage terms, Malaga airport handled 19.6 per cent more passengers and ... Malaga airport, with 584,100 passengers travelling to that country; this was about 20.8 per cent more than in October 2015. The second highest number of passengers were travelling to Spanish airports. Germany, with 167,625 passengers, and France with

10:11

LifeStyle

Emotions running high in Pamplona

Mark Nayler reading into spain

It changed my life and made me want to write and explore the world.” So says American bull runner and author Bill Hillman of the novel that put a small Spanish town and its annual bull-running fiesta well and truly on the world stage. In the minds ... translation of what the Spanish call a ‘corrida de toros’, or ‘running of the bulls’. “We had that disturbed emotional feeling that always comes after a bullfight,” Jake reflects as they leave the bullring one evening, “and the feeling of elation that comes

10:12

LifeStyle

Life, death, love and war

Mark Nayler reading into spain

The greatest books make you envious of those who have not yet read them, those who you know have a great experience still to come. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway’s Spanish civil war masterpiece and arguably his best novel, is one such ... being”. Maria, a nineteen-year-old Spanish girl rescued from her fascist captors by the gypsy band Jordan joins, turns the American soldier’s life upside down in the space of three days. Their love is a mutual salvation; for Maria, raped and beaten

12:13

LifeStyle

Greater Palm Springs and Joshua Tree National Park

Andrew Forbes

...live entertainment, drinks, dinner and dancing. PurpleRoomPalmSprings.com Azúcar - Palm Springs This new farm-to-table restaurant in the charming La Serena boutique hotel offers dishes with Spanish and Mediterranean influences.

17:29

LifeStyle

Sand sculptures, street art created on a beach

Nancy hayde / efe

Spanish and foreign artists aim to surprise and interest passers-by. “Slowly but surely,” is the phrase that comes to mind when watching the laborious effort and the precise detail involved in creating figures out of 15 or 20 tonnes of sand, to entertain

20:02

LifeStyle

Malaga's own queen of punk

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN malaga

...to sing to perform punk,” she admits. She remembers phoning her father to ask him for 100 pounds to buy a set of drums: ‘una batería’. He thought she meant a set of saucepans, as the word in Spanish is the same. Now, she roars with laughter as she ... in the name of Jesus and others which have made me ashamed, but then I also experienced both of those in music,” says Palmolive. Now, she is a singer who also gives Spanish classes to children. She talks to them about all sorts of things, from the