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17:33

Opinion

We were going to be better

Héctor Barbotta

...was as the world was collapsing around them. As there was no other way of preventing depression at the start of a lockdown with no certain end date, we preferred to believe that the misfortune would lead us to weave bonds of solidarity in the

18:06

Sport

Stealing a march

Rob Palmer

...game a day from 11 June for 32 days. The Germans have been first to flood the market with their brand but La Liga is ready to steal a march on the world's self-professed leading producers, the Premier League, which won't be ready for distribution

18:59

What to do

Salon Varietés offers local writers their 15 minutes of fame

Tony Bryant

In order to kick start its 2020-21 season, the Salon Varietés theatre in Fuengirola is to host a new initiative called Famous for 15 Minutes, a festival that will focus on short plays, or playlets, as they are known in the theatrical world. The

19:29

Gibraltar

The silver lining in the Covid-19 cloud

Debbie Bartlett

Coronavirus has become a dreaded word for people all over the world but, as the saying goes, every cloud has a silver lining and some good has come out of the Covid-19 crisis in the shape of eight-year-old Jake Torres from Gibraltar, who has written ... children around the world and one day he announced that he wanted to write a book and sell it so he could help them. Copies of Corona Travel are available to buy and can also be ordered from Spain, at a cost of £5 for the book plus postage. If anybody

19:47

Gibraltar

Gorham's Cave is out of bounds for visitors

Debbie Bartlett

Following two incursions this week by kayakers into the Gorham's Cave complex, which is a protected World Heritage Site, the authorities have issued a reminder that it is an offence to land on Governor's Beach and/or access the caves. The penalties

20:03

What to do

Malaga starts opening up for art, music and culture again

Denise Bush

...https://www.metmuseum.org/art/online-features/met-360-project The British Museum The world’s largest indoor space on Google Street View is the British Museum in London. Visit over 60 galleries, see the Rosetta stone, Old Master paintings and amazing textiles from around the South Pacific as well ... listing concerts online around the world. The website lists the concerts, where and when they are being streamed and information on the performers. If you subscribe, information is sent straight to your email address. https://www.conciertosencasa.com/ ... Follies, A Little Night Music, Into the Woods and Sunday in the Park with George. Find it on YouTube Take Me To The World Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration, Gig It Back On 5, 6 June, members of Black Lips, the Germs, Parquet Courts and many other

13:01

Local

UAE delivers 18 tonnes of medical supplies to Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

The government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has donated 18 tonnes of medical supplies to help Marbella in the coronavirus crisis. In a move that confirms the strength of the town's links with the Arab world, the UAE has sent a shipment

14:17

Opinion

No business as normal

Mark Nayler

Institute (INE), during April - for the entirety of which Spain was under one of the world's most severe lockdowns - precisely zero international tourists visited the country. Consequently, tourist spending was also zero. As normality slowly starts to

14:19

Opinion

Swim or sink

ANDREW J. LINN

...regularly nominated as the world's best restaurant, did not hesitate to turn itself into an outdoor burger and wine bar. On opening night everything sold out in an hour. The famous Claridge's hotel in London is now in the takeaway business, offering fried

14:22

Opinion

The big stats race

Rachel Haynes

...their last farewell to a loved one, and to the rest of the world their case has just been the difference between a six and a seven or a two and a three on the "scoreboard" of fatalities. Looking at the figures, though, however inaccurate they may turn