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10:12

Opinion

No news: good news?

Mark Nayler

...the leisurely pace at which events are currently unfolding, some are saying this vote could occur as late as January: usually, it happens in September. If this is a sign of things to come, Spain can’t yet wave goodbye to a period of political stasis

10:31

Sport

New era, same old problems

Daryl Finch MALAGA CF

It wasn't the start new Malaga head coach Marcelo Romero would have hoped for as his side fell to a 3-1 defeat at Balaídos on Sunday night. Romero rung the changes, reinstating Carlos Kameni in goal but after just seven minutes, he was beaten. Shar

17:09

Opinion

Media, pundits and pollsters trumped by the people

JEREMY BLATCH

...negotiations for Brexit are being made difficult by millions of Brits who felt aggrieved, even disenfranchised, by the result of the 2016 referendum to leave the EU. Will the "populist nationalist wave" that is moving across Europe and the US sweep France

14:47

What to do

Music and culture, something for everyone

Denise Bush WHAT TO DO

Flamenco ‘Quebranto’ Nerja. 21 January, 9pm. Centro Cultural Villa de Nerja. 12€ The dance company Antonio de Verónica trace a path through the different rythms of flamenco. ‘Con Temple’ Vélez-Málaga. 22 January, 9pm. Teatro del Carmen. 5€

12:27

Local

Nine arrests made following wave of car thefts in San Pedro

Mónica Pérez marbella

Nine people were arrested on Monday in connection with a series of car thefts in San Pedro. Sources close to the case say a group of three repeat offenders caught in the act were among those held. Police vigilance was stepped up several weeks ago a

18:20

National

The hope of a better life

ÁLVARO FRÍAS

For a desperate person who crosses the sea from Morocco in search of a better life, there is only the hope that the movement of the waves will stop on the other side of the Mediterranean. This is like Russian roulette, in which the bullets are the sm

11:08

Sport

Unicaja wave goodbye to the Top 16 with loss in Zagreb

JUAN CALDERÓN

Unicaja's final game of the Top 16 ended in defeat after they lost 74-71 to Cedevita in Zagreb. The Croatian side, who rested American stars James and Boatright, showed more desire from the start and went 10-5 up within the first five minutes of the

11:59

Local

The Caminito through scientific lenses

FERNANDO TORRES ÁLORA

Experts from the neuromarketing company Fusión have carried out a study on people walking on the Caminito del Rey to find out the effect the site has on their emotions. KEY AREAS OF THE STUDY The eyes. The eyes transmit data constantly through the

12:04

Local

Big refunds could be on the way for home sellers over 'wrong tax charge'

NURIA TRIGUERO MALAGA

After the scandal over the misleading sale of preferential shares in savings banks and the upcoming big payouts to homeowners for 'floor clause' interest rate overpayments, the next wave of mass financial lawsuits and possible refunds is already on

17:17

Sport

Refereeing decisions mar Malaga draw with Villarreal

Kishan Vaghela

Malaga drew yet again in La Liga, this time against Villarreal at the Estadio de la Cerámica on Sunday. Charles’ low header had given the visitors the lead inside 15 minues, but Bruno Soriano equalised just after the hour mark with a penalty. The g

11:00

National

MPs call for parliamentary investigation after Bankia case widens

SUR MADRID

The wave of allegations of malpractice by ex-bosses at Bankia took a new turn this week. Officials at the Banco de España and the CNMV, the body that oversees the running of the Spanish stock market, have been called for questioning by judges.

11:47

Local

Court invalidates more mortgage clauses but for different reasons

Héctor Barbotta Marbella

A wave of other refund claims to banks could be on the horizon, and this time it has nothing to do with the so-called 'floor clause'. A Marbella court has recently found in favour of two people who took out mortgages based not on the standard

12:12

Local

Sunday's storm causes widespread damage

A. P. aXARQUÍA

Although the Axarquía escaped the worst of Sunday's storm, high winds and large waves caused widespread damage along the coast. Torre del Mar, Caleta, Almayate and Chilches were the worst affected places, with beach bars suffering material damage and

18:58

What to do

Kandinsky and his road to abstract art

Antonio Javier López

The 'Kandinsky and Russia' temporary exhibition has been open to the public since Tuesday in Malaga's Russian museum after it waved goodbye to the 'Chagall and his Russian contemporaries' collection a few days ago. Visitors have until 16 July to see

14:09

Sport

Another defeat in the Basque Country for Malaga

KISHAN VAGHELA

Marcelo Romero and Malaga came away from the Estadio de San Mamés empty-handed on Sunday after Raúl García gave Athletic Bilbao all three points from the penalty spot. The decision was taken by the referee after captain Ignacio Camacho was adjudged

13:51

LifeStyle

Fuengirola hairdressers raise more than 3,000 euros for Cudeca

Tony Bryant fuengirola

The Cudeca foundation held their latest fundraising extravaganza in Fuengirola last weekend. Under the banner of 'Hair to Care', a charity hair-cutting session took place in Petro Hair Salon in Los Boliches, and CR Hair Stylist in Fuengirola. Both es

22:06

Local

Beach recovery operation takes a hit from this week's storm

Nieves Castro

After the sudden burst of sunshine and high temperatures of last weekend, Marbella council, with a budget of 1.3 million euros provided by the central environmental ministry, initiated a project to restore the town’s storm-damaged beaches. However, t