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11:38

Local

Landowner pleads guilty in Julen case, avoiding a long and painful trial

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / FERNANDO TORRES / JUAN CANO

His fall sparked a 13-day rescue operation involving 300 firefighters, Guardia Civil officers, engineers and Protección Civil volunteers, and caught the attention of media around the world. The family had been spending the day in the country with

15:55

Opinion

Thank you for the daze

Peter Edgerton

...face it we've spent years behaving shamefully over there and while the local authorities must share some of the blame for turning a blind eye in return for sales of lager equivalent to the world GDP, the cavorting UK masses remain the prime culprits,

16:25

Opinion

Australia on fire

ANDREW J. LINN

...could not survive. Questions are being asked about the fundamental viability of producing wine in what is certainly becoming the hottest area of the world where grapes grow. But wine is huge business, and apart from consuming 30 litres per head

16:39

Sport

World Cup Final referee regales walking footballers

SUR

Sunday 19 January saw referee Mark Clattenburg entertaining guests at the Bar Tua in La Cala de Mijas. Clattenburg, who has refereed finals of the World Cup, Euro Championships and Champions League, was the guest of honour at the Blue Sky Marbella

16:44

Sport

Dakar Rally veteran Carlos Sainz picks up his third victory

D. SÁNCHEZ DE CASTRO

Fernando Alonso, twice Formula One world champion, finished in 13th place, making him the highest-placed debutant. He did not rule out a return: "I'm happy at how this first attempt went. If I come back, it'll be to win it. But in order to do that I'll have

16:48

Sport

Davidovich falls to Schwartzman after making history in Australian Open

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...three set points, and this gradual improvement continued into the second set, which the world number 85 took to level matters. He was again on the ropes in the third, a convincing victory for his Slovakian opponent, but he rallied again to take the

17:51

LifeStyle

24 January 1976: USA and Spain sign friendship treaty

Jennie Rhodes

Both politicians alluded to the importance of the treaty at a time when Spain was entering a new era of democracy and opening its doors to the rest of the world. "I consider this act to be of great importance for the political and diplomatic history ... of Spain," said Areilza. He went on to say, "This treaty represents the firm will of Spain to no longer live in international isolation, but to live in the interconnected world of today, an interdependent world which obliges us to maintain ... international relationships with the rest of the world." Kissinger echoed Areilza words, saying, "Today's events have happened at a time in which Spain is experiencing the emotion, inspiration and challenge of a new era." He ended his speech by saying that

18:28

Local

Antequera Dolmens complex modified to fulfil Unesco requests

Antonio Javier López

The museum associated with the Dolmens of Antequera looks rather different than expected. Works have had to be carried out in accordance with a request by Unesco in order to maintain the complex's World Heritage Site status, which it obtained on

15:16

Local

A local lad with a career in space

MATÍAS STUBER

...the tale. This is one of the most exclusive professions in the world. So, how does one get a job that is never advertised anywhere? Álvaro Soria is 26 years old, 1.85m tall and slim. Many have described him as "brilliant" and Forbes magazine has ... a very competitive world. However, the question has to be asked: is he going to be the first astronaut from Malaga? "No," he says. Not for the moment, anyway. "Planetary exploration is what fascinates me, and I want to focus my efforts on the

18:49

Sport

You get what you pay for?

Rob Palmer

...paper cruelly described him as the invisible man recently. This is an established superstar who was man of the match in the World Cup Final and player of the tournament at Euro 2016. Sharing a stage with Messi and Luis Suárez has been tough. It could

15:18

LifeStyle

A passion for planes

MATÍAS STUBER

...here from Austria and China. Shery Shalchian, a tall, robust man with a curving moustache, is from Iran. This hobby takes people all over the world. In this picture, two international visitors study a catalogue of planes.Ñito Salas The hobby they ... Mondays to Fridays he works in a bank. He fondly recalls his first camera, a Minolta X250. "The word airborne could have been invented just to describe me," he says, boasting that he has taken photos of planes all over the world. It's true that Luis has

16:38

LifeStyle

London's view of Picasso through paper

ÍÑIGO GURRUCHAGA

...elements of what would become his Guernica. In the Second World War he stayed in Paris, with the blinds of his studio closed to protect himself from those who classified his work as degenerative work, paid "an arm and a leg" for sheets of Japanese paper

12:30

National

A rollercoaster four years for Brits in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

...as a minister after tabling an amendment to the Withdrawal Agreement to secure citizens' rights. He may have lost allies in the political world but he gained thousands of friends across the EU who knew someone was really listening to their plight.

17:57

Local

Eight years of care, through the eyes of volunteers

CLAUDIA SAN MARTÍN

...staying there. This year the theme will be sport, with a visit from Carolina González Portela, the world's best beach football player. This is not the only celebration. Cecilia says that in May there will be a meeting with volunteers from the other

18:04

LifeStyle

31 January 1922: Inaugural flight of the gyrocopter

Tony Bryant

...compensate for dissymmetry of lift led de la Cierva to consider alternate means of enabling an autogiro to fly successfully. In 1923, he developed the articulated rotor, which resulted in the world's first successful flight of a stable rotary-wing aircraft,

18:07

Opinion

The emotion of Brexit

JOSÉ M. DE AREILZA

...be the British. They have chosen to abruptly cut themselves off from their natural economic surroundings and break with the most developed bloc in the world, in which successive governments in London have had a great influence for the last 47 years.

18:17

LifeStyle

Virtual pet, actual therapy

Héctor Barbotta

...prescribing it as part of treatment for their patients. About 6,000 have been sold all around the world so far and they cost nearly 5,000 euros each. This week, Shibata presented his creation at CK Marbella, a private home for the elderly, to an audience of

18:30

Sport

Unseeded Garbiñe Muguruza into the final of the Australian Open

Daryl Finch

Romania's Simona Halep on Thursday morning. The world number 32, who continues her recent revival, will face American Sofia Kenin in the final in Melbourne (9.30am). It will be her first appearance in a Grand Slam final since she won the Wimbledon title in