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12:47

Local

Controversy over the decision to hold illegal immigrants in the unopened Archidona prison

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / FERNANDO TORRES

...were sent to Archidona caused considerable logistical problems. Internment centres may only be guarded by police officers, not prison officers, so those who had started working at Archidona to prepare for the arrival of the first prisoners in January ... many of those who did so will not be able to start work until next week. When the immigrants arrived on Monday there was no food or drink available for them, not even water, because the tap water is not suitable for domestic consumption. The mayor of

14:27

Local

How to break the glass ceiling

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

The tribute which took place at UNED (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia), exactly ten years ago, would not have been exceptional if it had not been for the identity of those involved: it was in recognition of the work of the ten female ... chancellors who had held the top academic post in Spanish universities. “And we were all there, all ten of us. All alive,” says one of those pioneers, Adelaida de la Calle, former rector of Malaga university, who recalls the event as if it were yesterday. ... “the scarce presence of women in management posts or positions of responsibility is because they don't think about us occupying those posts. That's why so few of us do,” she said. Statistics confirm this core part of the debate about equality: the

14:10

Opinion

Home to stay

POLLY RODGER BROWN

...lawns and the countryside and coast of East Anglia are as beautiful as those of Andalucía. One of the more weird and wonderful changes I have really embraced is the way stuff is disposed of here. When we lived in Riogordo the village dump was closed

14:06

Opinion

Changing place

THE EURO ZONE, MARK NAYLER

According to a recent study by the Foundation for Applied Economic Studies (FEDEA), women's hourly earnings are 12.7% less than those of men who perform similar tasks in similar workplaces. Although the FEDEA data does not show that women doing exactly the

13:44

LifeStyle

Is this an old man?

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Organisations of the Elderly (CEOMA), which she says is a growing association and is playing an important role in influencing public policies, health budgets, forecasts of ageing and the social perception of older people. Those who are in their sixties today ... are nothing like those of a few decades ago (life expectancy today is 83; in 1960 it was 69) and the criteria used until now to consider somebody as being old no longer correspond to the real image of ageing. Elisa Chuliá Sociologist at UNED ... genetics come into play: they have a 28 per cent influence on the way we age, and environmental factors determine the other 72 per cent. The way a person will age is down to those factors” says José Antonio López Trillo. He insists that the age at

11:14

LifeStyle

A diet for the Earth

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"In the same way, taxes could be reduced for those who offer the same at a lower cost," say Celsa Peiteado and Fernando Valladares. One day we will decide not to eat steak, not because it costs 25 euros but because 300 grams of carbon dioxide are

17:10

LifeStyle

Spain still speaks 'Spanglish'

JOSEBA VÁZQUEZ

...that the number of people who took part in the study in this country is probably lower. In fact, the report says that worldwide, for the first time, more people aged between 26 and 30 speak English than those between 21 and 25. It is also the case

16:23

LifeStyle

Gamel Woolsey, the burning poet

Alberto gómez

The baker who had to hide and ended up riddled with bullets. The workers in the steel factory, who before the war began had called a strike to demand 15 pesetas a day. She gave a voice to those condemned not to have one. “She individualised the ... Men’ (“Those who have crossed, with direct eyes, to death’s other Kingdom, remember us - if at all - not as lost, violent souls, but only as the hollow men. The stuffed men”). The first edition of the book, written in English, was published at the end

11:11

LifeStyle

A red pencil to sketch the memory of pain

Mark Nayler The carpenter's pencil by Manuel Rivas

...meaningless crimes were committed in abundance throughout the Spanish Civil War. When the conflict emerged in July 1939, men and women who had been friends and colleagues just days before were suddenly on different sides of a lethal dividing line. For those ... phantom pain experienced by those who have lost a limb. The doctor calls it “the memory of pain. The pain of what you have lost”. This is the pain that Herbal endures, as he sketches in the brothel with his stolen red pencil. This is the third in our