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18:48

Sport

Top-drawer targets

Rob Palmer A LOOK AT LALIGA

I can only imagine the scenes as the Real Madrid president and coach sit down to plan for next season - it must be like a game of poker. “I see your De Gea and raise you an Mbappé.” Florentino Pérez will be pushing for a new “Galáctico” as Zinedi

13:15

Gibraltar

World Trade Center has already had a major impact on the Gibraltar economy

DEBBIE BARTLETT

The World Trade Center in Gibraltar opened in February this year and the organisation commissioned the independent international economic consultancy Naime Ltd to study its impact on the local economy. That report was presented to the World Trade Cen

12:46

Local

Marbella Luxury Weekend returns to showcase Costa’s high-end lifestyle

SUR Marbella

...resort’s ranking as the Spanish tourist destination with the highest percentage spend by visitors on luxury after Barcelona. In a display area on the Puerto Banús quayside, members of the public were treated to an exhibition of the latest models of cars ... the high-end travel and lifestyle market with a succession of different guest speakers. Foreign tourists spend more While the luxury market segment was celebrating its success in Marbella, it was also good news for Spanish tourism overall. Data ... year. Britons continue to be the biggest group, representing 18.9 per cent of the total spend. Their spending was up 13.9 per cent year on year. The survey reveals that foreign tourists spent an average of 137 euros each per day during April, an

11:10

LifeStyle

Grey matter is green

JOSEBA VÁZQUEZ

...we carried out on children at the ages of four to five and seven,” says the report, which was carried out by the Global Health Institute of Barcelona. In other words, children who play and spend more time in parks and outdoors - climbing trees,