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17:51

Sport

Marbella Rugby Club aiming to become even more inclusive

julio rodríguez

Thursday. Not only will the club continue to promote the values of rugby through the academy, the club will create two new teams: one for women and one for those with physical or mental disabilities. The club's president, Francisco García, accompanied by

13:33

Gibraltar

Christmas tree recycling scheme launched on the Rock

Debbie Bartlett

Those with real Christmas trees to dispose of can do so in an environmentally-friendly manner by taking them to the Civic Amenities Facility in Europa Advance Road. The trees, which would not survive in the local climate if planted, will be

19:41

Opinion

National myths and lies

ANDREW J. LINN

Few myths persist longer than those referring to the customs of different nationalities, even more so when these reflect the eating habits of the country in question. We all know that a Texan is happiest eating a huge T-bone steak accompanied by

18:03

Local

Atajate pays tribute to its women

susana zamora

...the livestock and seeing how her mother never stopped working: first, alongside her husband picking olives, almonds or chestnuts, depending on the season, and then in the house. “There were no domestic appliances or disposable nappies in those days. ... injections and acted as a midwife. People used to have a lot of children in those days, so I think the contraceptive pill has been women’s best achievement because it has given them the power to decide about their own body,” she says. Paqui has included ... they played inside and outside the home. This doesn’t mean we want to denigrate the efforts made by men, just to pay tribute to those who have never been recognised before,” says the mayor of Atajate, Auxiliadora Sánchez. "We need to raise awareness"

15:52

What to do

Grand National at the Tamisa Golf

Tony Bryant

Those who like a flutter on the horses will enjoy the special fundraising Grand National afternoon at the Tamisa Golf Hotel in Mijas on Saturday 14 April. The event, organised by the Cudeca Goldies, begins at 2pm and will show all of the racing ... from Aintree on large television screens. There will also be a bookmaker on site for those who want to back a favourite. This is the third time Cudeca has organised the event, which includes fun activities like the inflatable horse racing contest, a

13:42

Gibraltar

A Magical Christmas has begun in Ocean Village

Debbie Bartlett

...snow upon arrival, those attending enjoyed a sing-along and comedy from Princess Poppy, Sleeping Beauty and special guest Superman, Christmas songs from the Prior Park choir, the crowning of the Prince and Princess of Ocean Village 2017/2018, and of

19:23

Opinion

Intu the storm

PETER SANDERSON

...emergency cash by means of a rights issue. Unfortunately the bombed-out share price is not propitious for a rights issue since the price offered to existing shareholders and those underwriting the issue has to be at a discount in order to make it attractive,

19:21

Opinion

Scaremongering

Daryl Finch

...the other, there's those who, relying on nothing other than their feelings, have decided that Covid-19 is absolutely nothing to worry about at all. "The normal flu kills many more people" is a common comment doing therrounds. As is: "This is just

17:13

Sport

In need of some stardust

Rob Palmer

...or Real Madrid. For the past decade-and-a-half, Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo battled for the crown. Even those who were never anointed as the best in the world - David Beckham, Thierry Henry and Davor Šuker - were signed by Real and Barça.

12:26

LifeStyle

Choose your favourite pizza

SUR

...harmony and flavour of the ingredients (the obligatory ones and those chosen by each competitor) and the difficulty involved. However, it is between now and 1 April that members of the public can enjoy the finest pizzas and have the chance of winning a

17:03

Opinion

The problem with expanding the waistline

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...main public health concern in the Western world. In one of life's paradoxes, in the so-called first world, people are dying from eating far too much, while in the third world, starvation kills mercilessly all those who have nothing to put in their ... people around us eat themselves into the grave, but as we never learn from others' mistakes we continue with our own feasts. Then we feel bad about eating all those extra cakes. A sedentary lifestyle is a time bomb that will end up going off in our ... hands as we stuff our faces and drink (and not water) as if suffering from an insatiable thirst. Eating too much could cost us our lives. Watch those calories!

15:02

Gibraltar

New Calpe House facility for Gibraltar patients opens in London

Debbie Bartlett

...support from the Gibraltar government. Among those at the inauguration were the Governor of Gibraltar, Lieutenant General Ed Davis, Dr Daniel Cassaglia (GHA Medical Director) and other members of the Gibraltar Health Authority, some of the corporate

15:22

National

Too few resources to deal with mass arrivals

F. JIMÉNEZ / Á. FRÍAS

...the sub-Sahara who were rescued last Saturday bring the total in Malaga to 1,484 this year, practically double those who arrived in 2017 (851) and five times more than the 324 who received assistance in the first six months of 2016, according to Cruz ... call for help last week by facilitating the use of the sports hall, but is now thinking of creating a semi-permanent reception centre on the fairground to attend properly to those who arrive in the future.

14:44

Local

Former Manilva mayor among 13 arrested over money laundering claims

FERNANDO TORRES / CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...has faced numerous accusations over the years, from misconduct to money launderingAmong those arrested was the former mayor of Manilva, Antonia Muñoz, who is under investigation for bribery and influence peddling. Muñoz was released by the police on

12:43

Local

Withdrawal Agreement leaves plenty up in the air

Jennie Rhodes brexit

So far there has been little change for most Brits living in Spain since the UK officially left the EU on 31 January. It might have been a timely reminder for those still needing to apply for residency, exchange driving licences and register on ... their town hall 'padrón', but on the whole, for those living here legally or in the process of doing so, it is business as usual. Few will have felt much different waking up on 1 February as a non-EU citizen. In practice, virtually all existing rights ... remain unchanged up to 31 December 2020 and beyond if registered by then. That said, there are many consequences of Brexit which some argue have been overlooked in the Withdrawal Agreement, especially those affecting people of working age and with EU

14:10

Local

New legislation to lift 250,000 'autónomos' out of the black economy

Nuria Triguero

The main spokesperson for self-employed workers' associations said in Malaga this week that he is hopeful that new legislation for independent workers could mean up to 250,000 people in Spain are taken out of the black economy. From 1 January, new