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12:56

What to do

Start the year with a new pastime

Tony Bryant

...art of bolillo lace making. There are also exercise and workout sessions, like pilates, which is similar to yoga and benefits people who suffer from back trouble, osteoarthritis and posture related pain. Classes are divided into age groups and

19:16

LifeStyle

Learning Spanish in a café environment

BEN CLARKE

...lessons in a relaxed café atmosphere. Clara Anuncio, one of the organisers, said: “There is an enormous difference between our classes and a conversation exchange, given that, as well as practising the language, the teacher helps the students with their ... mistakes and explains grammatical structures as needed.” The sessions, which cost far less than the equivalent at a language school, take place in either the Picnic Dreams café or the cafeteria of the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga. There are also

19:06

What to do

San Roque welcomes thrill seekers for annual bull run

ASH BOLTON

...stockbreeder's estate in the countryside afterwards. Of interest. There is no outer corridor in the San Roque bull ring as the plans for it were drawn up by a local mathematics teacher who made a mistake in his calculations. The event takes place on the last

16:26

Local

Virgin chooses inland Malaga province to develop its futuristic supersonic train

NURIA TRIGUERO

...centre of the multinational's Hyperloop supersonic train. HOW DOES IT WORK? Passengers. The passenger capsules move through the interior of steel tubes supported by cement pillars. The capsule. It moves through the tube, where there is very low ... signed off by the new Spanish government, comes after months of negotiations started by the former minister of Public Works, Iñigo de la Serna. In May there was talk of discussions between Virgin and the Junta de Andalucía about using part of the ... in Antequera," she posted on Twitter. Meanwhile, the regional government's delegate to Malaga, José Luis Ruiz Espejo, has also described the agreement as "very positive". He pointed out that a few years ago there had been plans for a high-speed

15:28

Opinion

Back home

Peter Edgerton

Clapham Junction railway station. Wikipedia says it's the busiest in Europe and I can well believe it. I passed through at rush hour and there were dozens of people running to make connections in such a knowing and determined manner that I suspect that ... of commuter game show; I fully expected an enormous foam penguin with a big sponge hammer to appear at any moment from behind Costa Coffee and start picking off the speeding contestants until there was only Dave from Smith and Berkwell Accountants

15:26

Opinion

A perfect storm

Mark Nayler

Is there no end to the woes of Spain's ruling Popular Party (PP)? It has emerged that Cristina Cifuentes, leader of the conservative PP in Madrid, obtained a master's degree from Rey Juan Carlos University (URCJ) under questionable circumstances. ... control of the troubled region, albeit at the expense of securing approval for the 2018 budget. On top of all this, there's now the issue of Cifuentes' dodgy degree. We're accustomed, of course, to financial corruption dogging the PP, but this is a