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16:39

Travel

Getting to know the neighbours

ANDREW FORBES

...to navigating the dusty tracks of Argentina's northern Salta province, towards Bolivia. Iberian adventures Yet we don't need to travel long-haul to find adventure. In fact, we don't even need to take a flight, as Spain and Portugal is a dream

23:44

Sport

Ten-man Malaga come back from the dead to snatch dramatic late draw

henry flynn

...wasted. But Juande was not disheartened. On the stroke of injury time, the number five levelled the scores from another Joaquín cross - this time with his head - to grab his third goal in as many games. As the clock ticked towards the end, Malaga’s

11:05

Sport

Ana Peláez, already a star thanks to her desire to win

MARINA RIVAS

(not yet updated following her bronze). Next summer she plans to work towards qualifying for the world professional tour (LPGA). In the long term, though, she has the Olympics in mind. "That really would be a dream come true," she says.

12:28

Opinion

The seaweed's still there

Héctor Barbotta

Straits of Gibraltar, in its catalogue of invasive species. This must be the first step towards any public funds being made available to study the species and learn how to get rid of it. If this pandemic has taught us anything it's that not a single

18:27

LifeStyle

11 December 1813: Napoleon acknowledges Ferdinand VII as King

Alekk. M. Saanders

The Treaty of Valençay was signed between the French Empire and the Spanish Crown on 11 December 1813. The agreement provided for the restoration of Ferdinand VII as King of Spain, who had been imprisoned in France, in the Château de Valençay, since

19:27

What to do

James Turrell: what the eye thinks it sees

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...can 'enter' this red area. What really lies behind the frame is a room filled with light, nearly three metres deep with concave corners giving an unexpected effect. Turrell calls this the 'sensing space', where light is projected towards the room. As