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14:34

Sport

Two defeats in less than a week for Malaga women

Marina RIVAS

Malaga CF's women's team failed to deliver a win on Thursday, despite the holiday turnout of around 500 spectators at La Federación ground. The locals were unable to fight back after visitors Athletic Club Bilbao scored twice in the first half hour.

12:00

LifeStyle

Women leave men to cope for TV show

J. V. MUÑOZ-LACUNA

El Real de San Vicente, a village in the north-east of Toledo province with fewer than 1,000 inhabitants, won't have as many women residents as usual in January. The reason is that a reality TV show has decided to see how their male partners will ... everyday tasks which the women usually do. The programme will be shown on TVE in January, and there has been a varied response to the idea. The mayor of the village, Jorge Luis Martín, says he was very surprised. "At first we thought it was a joke, but ... then we realised they were serious," he explains. His wife was one of the first to sign up. In fact, when women of all ages were asked to apply, there was an immediate response. The mayor, whose wife was one of the first to sign up, says he is

14:21

Local

5,000 in march against violence towards women

juan soto

Around 5,000 people joined the march in Malaga city centre on Sunday to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. They remembered the 44 women who have been murdered so far this year in Spain by their partners or ... former partners. Starting in the Plaza de la Merced, the march made its way through the city centre, with anti-violence messages adorning banners and signs. ‘Say NO to violence against women’ and ‘Sexism kills’ were two of the slogans used, with the ... banner at the front of the march reading ‘No more. We want to live!’ After the march, SUR journalist Amanda Salazar read the manifesto and stated that since official records began in 2003, 972 women have died in Spain at the hands of their partners. 27

15:53

Local

"My dog has given me back the freedom I once lost to domestic violence"

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

...project after reading about it in a newspaper. Through it, women who have suffered domestic violence are equipped with protection dogs. As "it was difficult to even speak to men", María "very shyly" made contact and spoke to Ángel Mariscal, a veteran dog ... You can relate to them and this gives you security." María insists that she is stronger now thanks to Conan and Ángel, as well as the other women who are part of the project and who have become "family". Ángel points out that the dogs that are ... strength she needed". Ana recalls that before Logan she was terrified of the world outside. She says that she "could not even approach a man. Now I even go out alone at dawn and feel very calm". Ana and María are just two examples of the many women who

17:37

Opinion

Institutional sexism

Jennie Rhodes

...to me was still stuck in 1918 and very much part of the blatant institutional sexism. Apparently we women cannot just go along to make sure everything is fine "down there". It is all part of a bigger plan to make sure we are healthy enough to bear

17:01

Sport

Malaga's women get their own 'peña'

marina rivas

They may only be small in number (around thirty), but Malaga's latest official supporters' club -and the first for the women's team- is growing fast. Named 'Coraje y corazón' after the club's anthem, this new group hopes to bring even greater ... support for Malaga Femenino by increasing the side's profile with a number of campaigns on social media and elsewhere. This 'peña', as they are called, is only the third in the women's first division.

11:49

Local

Town hall hosts meeting to combat gender abuse

Tony Bryant

The Mayor of Benalmádena, Víctor Navas, hosted a meeting with representatives of the Democratic Women's Movement (MDM) in Benalmádena last week. The MDM works to raise awareness on issues such as gender-based violence and the group aired various ... MDM and the municipal Centro de la Mujer in order to offer an effective network of support to abused women. The meeting also supported a motion to name some of the town's streets after illustrious women; the first will be Josefina Samper, a ... historical figure of political activism who died earlier this year. In a separate initiative, the town hall announced plans for a new grant for projects that promote equality between women and men. The grants are aimed at charity associations and non-profit

16:47

Local

Iranian magnate faces 12 years over the mistreatment of five women

SUR.

A date has been set for the trial of an Iranian magnate resident in Marbella, who is facing 12 years and four months behind bars for the alleged "intimidatory, hostile, and humiliating" treatment of five women with whom he "simultaneously maintained ... a relationship", according to the prosecution. It is alleged that these women, whom he "recruited" from London and Spain and "having gained their trust, convinced them to live with him in Marbella", were coerced with threatening behaviour and

11:55

LifeStyle

Running for health in Marbella

sur

...anniversary of the hospital. Juan Carlos Cabello, Andrés Ávila and José Antonio Urbaneja were the first three men and the women's category was won byJanine Lima, Rocío Sibajas and Miriam Lirola.