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11:44

Education

The best primary stories

The best secondary poems The best secondary stories “The Warming!” The words echoed inside my head, releasing a gust of excitement throughout my body. What could he mean? I turned to Henry, “Let’s go and have a look!” I hissed. “I’m not

11:21

Education

The best secondary stories

...poems The best primary stories Ominously, no one comes, as steel-edged clouds begin to gather. Poisonous rain begins to fall, the arrogance of man captured in water. Man thought they would harvest, control, own nature. They thought nature

16:55

Local

Inspiration from indoors

jennie rhodes / tony bryant

Week four of lockdown in Spain is nearly done with many residents admitting they're surprised how well they're handling not being able to go out. With two more weeks to go (at least) some are finding different ways of filling their time, from volu

16:47

LifeStyle

Smiles reach across solitude

Alekk M. Saanders / jennie rhodes

Week three of the coronavirus lockdown is nearly over and most residents on the Costa del Sol are probably amazed at their ability to keep their spirits up even when they're not allowed to leave the house. Some are busier than ever and others have pl

18:31

LifeStyle

Ideas come from isolation

jennie rhodes / tony bryant

...the video conferencing application Zoom, with her teacher at Vélez-Málaga’s official language school. Stories from Giovanni Boccaccio’s Decamerone, which relate 100 tales by a group of young men and women sheltering in a secluded villa just outside

11:12

LifeStyle

Coping with confinement

Tony Bryant

The current lockdown enforced by the Spanish government in an attempt to contain the spread of the coronavirus has left almost the entire population confined to their homes. Many believe that the isolation period will definitely be extended and they

18:26

Local

'My daughter asks me if I'm going to die'

Alberto GÓMEZ

She has worked in intensive care for 16 years but has never seen anything like this. Cristina Salazar, 41, a doctor at the Virgen de la Victoria university hospital in Malaga, felt the need to share her experience with other in a blog, in the little

15:23

Local

Hugs to keep fear at bay in the ICU

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

After another brutal working day, a sense of humour is the only escape valve for the staff at the Intensive Care unit (ICU) at the Virgen de la Victoria university hospital in Malaga. "We've done seven things wrong," admits María José, referring to t

13:58

Opinion

Investor's Guide

ANDREW J. LINN

From Delhi to the West Bank, from Hong Kong to Lima, limitless success stories abound, to the extent that food trucks currently appear to be the best investment in catering. Setting up in the business costs 30% of that for a conventional restaurant with

19:14

Sport

Sergio Ramos: an expensive dilemma

Rob Palmer

...franchise or rich Arab club will give him a retirement fund like David Beckham or Xavi Hernández. You will read stories of English clubs getting linked. Manchester United obviously need a new centre half and Liverpool desperately require cover for Virgil