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14:55

LifeStyle

Success thanks to a TV presenter's wife

Marina Llorca's following shot up when she decided to reproduce a controversial photo of Laura Escanes, the wife of Spanish TV presenter Risto Mejide. It was mid-September 2018, when Marina's project had only been going for a month. Escanes had

10:21

LifeStyle

Pablo Picasso: the baby everyone thought was dead

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

The history of art considers him one of the greatest artists of all times, but something occurred in Pablo Ruiz Picasso's life that could have made that very different. It was a near-tragedy which occurred on 25 October 1881 when his mother, María ... end of the 19th century, when births usually took place at home: the young doctor happened to be smoking a cigar at the time, and he went up to the baby and blew a huge puff of smoke into its nostrils to make its lungs react. And they did. Little Pablo

13:15

Opinion

Difficult questions

Mark Nayler

Andalusian coast (around half of all undocumented immigrants who crossed the Mediterranean last year ended up on Spanish shores). On the other hand, Abascal sounds depressingly like Donald Trump when he talks of deporting, without exception, all illegal ... healthcare was heavily criticised when it was announced last summer. How to deal with immigration has become one of the EU's toughest challenges. And as the Lampedusa incident demonstrates, it's necessary to grapple with difficult questions about the

12:29

Opinion

Guilt edged opportunities

Peter Edgerton

...a sure fire winner. Bumpety bump, bumpety bump. Once we reach the airport, I do hope I won't be pulled aside at security as I was on the way in. It's always rather nerve-racking although you know you've got nothing to hide. Sometimes, when I've ... "What if this is the bag your wife lent to your next door neighbour Joss Stick Jack or whatever his name was for his weekend trip to Bogotá?" It's the same when the police stop you in your car and you begin to wonder if you should have cleaned it since ... manner of The Ant Hill Mob in The Wacky Races. Even in supermarkets we're not immune, when that beeper thing goes of at the till and you sport your best it-wasn't-me-ref expression, vaguely worried that a tin of pilchards might have fallen down the back

14:48

LifeStyle

Sharing political ideas for integration

Jennie Rhodes

...moved to Spain, I just stopped going home," Ria jokes when asked when she decided to move here permanently. "I really can't remember when the line was drawn. The idea was just to do trips but those trips eventually started to become more permanent," she ... participate. "The language barrier will always be a problem," admits Ria, who points out that around 70 foreign residents regularly attend the village's free Spanish classes. "But if people meet during the activities, at least when they see each other in the ... themselves affected by the scandal. Ria's next project is to set up a U3A group in the village and she says she's had "quite a lot of interest," so far. When I met her she was busy helping a British lady who makes dolls houses with her forthcoming

16:56

Sport

When a millionaire takes on a billionaire

Rob Palmer

So now we know who wins when a billionaire fights a multi-millionaire; it the same as when a president takes on a captain or father takes on a son. You don't get to the top of the largest construction business in Spain and run arguably the world's ... biggest football club by ever losing a business negotiation. Sergio Ramos may be able to tackle Spain's best footballers, but he met his match when it came to going head to head with Florentino Pérez, one of Europe's most lethal businessmen. On the fifth ... Portuguese did the unthinkable and moved to their historic rivals. When he returned from a short social break with friends, Ramos was summoned to the president's office. There he was reminded that he was still in contract. Ramos was forced to call a press

12:19

Local

PP asks Madrid to stop erosion of Marbella beaches

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...government has not done enough to put sand back when currents and storms wash it away, meaning the beaches are getting narrower in the resort. The PP's national head of local and regional government policy, Antonio García Terol, was with town mayor, Ángeles

12:32

Opinion

Traditions or torment?

Debbie Bartlett

...house. Quite a distance, right? But they keep me awake, literally all night. There is a fairground, but people prefer the ambience of the square. That's fine and I am certainly not opposed to anyone enjoying themselves, but when the decibel level is ... frequently so high that hearing can be affected, when there are elderly and unwell people living around the square and in nearby streets and when the music goes on until 6.30am for four consecutive nights, I believe we have a right to complain. "Ah, but