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17:01

Local

Malaga to promote language tourism

JUAN SOTO.

...the Spanish schools association (NACEM) and will be made up of debates, talks and informative meetings. Ideas regarding Spanish being an economic resource and tourist attraction will be discussed.

13:00

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Literary Festival 2017, bigger and better than ever

ASH BOLTON

Gibraltar welcomed a host of international speakers to its 5th annual Literary Festival last week. More than 3,000 bookworms attended the four-day event that saw an eclectic mix of personalities give talks on everything from fiction and history to ... comedy and politics. Staged in historical buildings such as the Garrison Library and the Convent, eight of the talks were sold out making it one of the most popular festivals to date. According to festival organisers, the most popular event this year ... way to share our story than to rely on our guests to return home and talk about what they have learnt, seen and done while they have been here.” Other famous faces giving talks included politician Ann Widdecombe, explorer Colonel John Blashford Snell

14:05

Local

Funeral homes in Malaga are adapting to foreign clients' expectations

Jennie Rhodes

...attended the event at which barrister, Sandra Wrightson, and lawyer, Karen Peeters, from De Cotta Law also spoke. Brexit won't affect application of national law to wills “Be prepared” was the crux of both García's and Wrightson's talks. García

20:41

What to do

Over fifties lifestyle show rolls into Fuengirola this weekend

Tony Bryant

...legal advice. The event offers the over-50s talks, lectures and demonstrations concerning their physical and financial health as well as focusing on interests and hobbies. The majority of the stand space has been reserved by a mix of companies from

13:21

LifeStyle

Helping the arts to flourish in Nerja

Jennie Rhodes Helen Sijsling; Chair, The Arts Society

...clearly passionate about what she does and where she lives and that vibrancy emanates from her as she talks about the life she has built in the Axarquía.

10:51

LifeStyle

Catering for language learning

Mindy Burrows

The talks were followed by a tour of the centre's stunning gardens and then a meal made and served by the students. The “brunch” comprised of mostly traditional English breakfast foods, with fried and scrambled eggs, grilled tomatoes, bacon, and

15:59

National

Brits in Spain still in the dark despite "sufficient progress" being made in Brexit talks

Jennie Rhodes

There was bitter disappointment from British in Europe to a 17-page report which talks of “agreements in principle” and states the caveat “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”, leaving millions of EU in UK citizens uncertain about their ... a severe impact on ordinary people's ability to live their lives as we do now." The key areas that the two parties focused on during the first talks were citizens’ rights, the Irish border and financial settlement and following the publication of

17:41

National

Expats still none the wiser despite "sufficient progress" in Brexit talks

JENNIE RHODES

talks of “agreements in principle” and states the caveat “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”, leaving millions of EU and UK citizens uncertain about their futures, some 18 months after the referendum result. Chair of British in Europe, Jane ... now.” A setback for May in the Commons The key areas focused on during the first phase of talks were citizens' rights, the Irish border and a financial settlement. The publication of the report, which announced that “sufficient progress” had been

13:08

Opinion

No end in sight

Mark Nayler

...government after yesterday's vote, they will still disagree on how to proceed in talks with Madrid. Esquerra, the largest pro-independence party, favours dropping the campaign for outright independence and negotiating with Rajoy instead. The