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14:33

Sport

Huelva has become a tourist destination all year round

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ HUELVA

European countries, through agreements with tour operators such as Itaka (Poland) and Travel Group Fischer (Czech Republic), and this is consolidating the province as a holiday destination in these emerging markets. Thanks to these agreements, 4,000

12:57

National

The 'human snake' in search of a cure in Malaga

Pablo COllantes

...away they may be. We all felt the need to help her from the outset, whatever the cost," Arráez explains. Since then, Shalini and her family have been immersed in a long bureaucratic process to ensure that the minor can travel from New Delhi to Madrid

18:20

National

The hope of a better life

ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...been working in Maritime Rescue for 25 years and he knows well how the situation has been changing. "At first all the boats were made of wood and about 17 North Africans would travel in them, hoping we wouldn't spot them so they could reach the ... shore. Now they are rubber boats which are designed to take eight people at most. More than 50 travel in them, nearly all from the sub-Sahara." “I was only afraid of having to go back, not of dying in the boat” Ayoui grew up watching films on

12:14

LifeStyle

"I will really miss being an EU citizen"

MÓNICA BERGÓS BARCELONA

McEwan, the European Union has been "a heroic project" which has enabled Europe to live in peace for 60 years, has brought greater wellbeing than ever before and has resulted in "extraordinary things" such as being able to travel from Slovenia to Calais

11:51

LifeStyle

20 years serving the Irish community in Spain

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

Irish-owned businesses in Spain. The association also gives assistance to Spanish nationals wishing to travel to, or live in, Ireland. They offer help with problems tourists might encounter, like lost or stolen passports. Their committee members can liaise

16:49

LifeStyle

Malaga tells the story of Picasso

M. EUGENIA MERELO Malaga

...a young man living in Barcelona, he would travel to Madrid to see the Prado Museum and discover the works of Velázquez, Murillo and El Greco. In his later years, however, he remained an unconventional artist. "You can see that from the works in

19:33

Opinion

A moment in time

CHARLOTTE HUDSON

A connection with the love of nature, our planet, and the wonderful music which has no boundaries. In my life I've been lucky to travel a lot. I've made some amazing forever friends, and lasting relationships which I hope I'll have until I'm old

19:56

Opinion

The UK's exit from the EU

HMA Simon Manley

Given the success of the Spanish State Visit to the UK the week before last, which, among other things, highlighted the importance of people-to-people links between our two countries, I thought it timely to return to the subject of citizens’ rights i

14:15

Local

Pablo Ráez's brave fight comes to an end but his legacy lives on

MÓNICA PÉREZ / SUR marbella

Pablo Ráez, the 20-year-old from Marbella whose two-year battle against leukemia was followed by thousands on social media, died on Saturday at his home surrounded by his family. He was diagnosed in 2015 and his later campaign for bone marrow donor

11:13

Sport

From couch potato to marathon junkie

RACHEL ARMSTRONG sotogrande

Simon Jacobs, who was due to run his third marathon in the space of a year, refused to take 'no' for an answer as extreme rain and flooding forced organisers to call the Malaga Marathon off in December. Having raised 1,500 pounds for the cancer chari