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15:08

Opinion

Agreeing to disagree

Mark Nayler

...deadlock that Sunday's election looked set to continue, but two questions now arise. First, if it was so easy for Sánchez's Socialists (the PSOE) and Iglesias' leftist Unidas Podemos (UP) to collaborate this time, why didn't they do so after the 28 April ... election, thus saving Spaniards from going to the polls for the fourth time in as many years? And secondly, how will this coalition - which will still be 21 seats short of a majority - actually function and who will be given what roles within it? One thing ... prime ministerial roles - an appointment he was reluctant to make after the April election, but which has been added as an extra incentive for the UP president this time around. Not at all bad for the leader of the party that came in fourth on Sunday,

17:52

Sport

Figure skating made accessible for everyone

Marina RIVAS

Two-time world champion and Olympic bronze medallist figure skater Javier Fernández paid a special visit to the Club de Hielo ice rink in Benalmádena last Friday. To show that no sports are of off-bounds for people with reduced mobility, Fernández ... participating in this type of event for the first time. "I believe that the world needs to learn and we need to help those that have difficulties practising sport."

11:10

Local

It's still important to be prepared, despite delay, says ambassador

SUR

...make sure you, your friends and family are fully prepared. "I would encourage you all to use this time to ensure you are correctly registered as resident in Spain and registered for healthcare. And to ensure that you have exchanged your driving

16:50

Local

Passenger numbers surpass the two-million mark for the first time in September at Malaga Airport

Pilar Martínez

Malaga Airport made history in September; for the first time in its one hundred years of operation, the two-million-passenger mark was surpassed during this month. According to airports operator Aena, these figures are a result of the dynamism of ... September, 3.9 per cent more. September has now joined an elite club. The figure has been reached multiple times in June, July and August (most often in the latter two) but this is the first time it has happened in September. In September alone, ... growth of Malaga Airport in September comes at a time when key airports in the Balearic and Canary Islands have suffered from the collapse of Thomas Cook. Aena points out that Palma de Mallorca, with 3.7 million passengers, has maintained a slight

14:45

LifeStyle

Ninety per cent of men will experience prostate problems by the time they are 75

SUR

...prostate cancer, this is the most common malignant tumour in men and the third in terms of mortality. One out of every three men will suffer prostate cancer at some time in their life, and in Spain there are more than 34,000 new cases every year. ... However, "the cure rate is also high if it is detected on time and diagnosed quickly", according to Dr Gómez Pascual. The Hospital Quirónsalud in Malaga commemorated World Prostate Health Day on 15 September by stressing the importance of prevention and

15:49

Sport

Marbella in play-off positions after victory over Recreativo

julio rodríguez

...when he pulled one back with a wonderful left-footed shot in injury time. Marbella’s defence had been rock-solid all game, and they were unlucky not to come away with a clean sheet, but there was little Wilfred could do to prevent this goal, which

19:45

Opinion

Merchants of Brexit

Héctor Barbotta

...to imagine that in these interminable meetings where they debate what will happen to the movement of capital and goods and the border with Northern Ireland they find the time to discuss issues that affect the 300,000 British residents in Spain many of ... schools that follow the British curriculum, to the possibility of these schools to continuing to recruit teachers in the UK. It’s worrying that in the middle of all these negotiations, no political leader has found the time to send them at least a word