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15:46

Travel

City tripping and toe dipping

Daryl Finch

...bridge, Christ the King looking out across from the southern side of the Tagus, the São Jorge castle, but also the seven hills on which the city was built... and which will also take their toll on your knees and ankles over the course of your stay.

14:51

Sport

Ten horrific minutes condemn Unicaja to defeat

JUAN CALDERÓN UNICAJA

...allowed their opponents six shots. The intensity took its toll as Nedovic and Díaz were given a break, allowing the visitors to close the gap to 23-19 at the end of the first quarter. Plaza recalled Díaz to the court but the match had already swung in

17:50

Sport

SAS set sights on second

Rachel Amstrong

·For information, see Facebook (@StudsAndStilettos) or email sasladiesfc@yahoo.es An impressive start to the season propelled SAS up the league but the Christmas break looked as though it had taken its toll as the girls fought to a nervy win against

11:49

LifeStyle

Foreigners who changed the image of Malaga

Liz Parry

...the English Cemetery. The death toll would have been much higher without the valiant assistance of the local population who threw themselves into boats and into the water to try and help, with the loss also of twelve 'malagueños'. As a result of this

15:41

Local

The Costa del Sol's population triples in the summer

francisco jiménez Malaga

...is a record year: in July the number of passengers exceeded two million for the first time ever. The roads are visibly busier with traffic and finding a parking space can be a challenge. Although many local people refuse to use the toll motorways

10:12

LifeStyle

A short-lived revolutionary idyll

Mark Nayler reading into spain

George Orwell was lucky to make it out of Spain alive. By a mad irony only conceivable amidst the paranoia of war, the pro-revolutionary line of the organisation for which he had been fighting - the Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista (POUM: ‘The