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20:41

Travel

Travel is dead! Long live travel!

Andrew Forbes

...across the world, including the UK and Australia banning all leisure travel, and most other nations offering very limited travel corridors, global mobility and the multi-trillion euro travel industry that supported millions of jobs has been hobbled. ... This isn't just about missing out on the fun of a summer holiday or a romantic weekend break. In our globalised world, many of us have loved ones living in a different country or even a continent away. Long-haul travel will of course come back, but ... increasingly so as the vaccination programme around the world continues to roll out) the biggest trend we are seeing is that of long stays. International guests from the UK, US and Nordic countries looking to buy into not just the Mediterranean lifestyle, but

20:38

Gibraltar

Gorham's Cave World Heritage Site gets a new website

Debbie Bartlett

The Gorham's Cave complex World Heritage Site now has a website of its own instead of a dedicated section on the website of the Gibraltar National Museum. The museum is the authority that manages the complex on behalf of the government. The

20:12

LifeStyle

Unique and exclusive, all for just 40 million

JOAQUINA DUEÑAS

The world is experiencing the biggest health crisis of the past century and the majority of countries have restricted movement and even confined people to their homes. This has led many to consider moving to a larger house with more outside space.

18:34

Local

The flowers of the origin of species

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN Estepona

...collections anywhere in the world and also because of its close association with one of the most influential people of the 19th century and human history, British scientist Charles Darwin, the father of the theory of evolution. The species in question is ... the park is to have as many as 8,000 different varieties on display within the next few years, and if it is successful in achieving this it would become one of the most important parks of this type in the world.

18:20

What to do

The Brigitte Bardot treasure that turned up in an auction

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Moonlight' (1957), one of those foreign films that found an easy passport to post-war Spain when the Franco regime wanted to show the world its apparent openness. The whole history of this film, as well as the iconic BB, was there on a French auction website,

12:57

Sport

World Padel Tour to make stops in Malaga and Marbella

JUAN CALDERÓN

Marbella and Malaga have both been selected to host events on the 2021 World Padel Tour. From 7 to 13 June, Marbella will play host to the first Masters' tournament of the tour, and the fifth event overall. Later on, from 2 to 8 August, the Malaga ... prestigious. Therefore, Marbella will again play host to the best padel players in the world, having also held a Masters event last February just before the season was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. On top of this, an exhibition event will be held

12:55

Sport

Ana Peláez begins the season with team win in the United States

marina rivas

...and, individually speaking, joint-third. Her five under par performance on the second day was particularly important in guiding her team to victory. This victory has implications for the players' amateur world rankings, where Peláez now lies in 23rd

12:43

Opinion

The importance of trees

PETER HARRISON

First the fencing had to be repaired and then the tree needed sawing up for firewood. The third action was to replace the tree. That third step must not be overlooked. The world is suffering from a severe reduction in forest land. At the beginning of ... largely replaced. If the recent high winds have blown down one of your trees, do the world a favour and replace it now. The early spring is a good time for replanting trees as the sap is still there.

13:33

National

Andalusian wage gap revealed as women earn an average of 6,000 euros a year less than men

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

Monday, 22 February, to mark Spain's Day of Salary Equality. The Junta de Andalucía’s head of the Ministry of Equality, Rocío Ruiz, said that "the gender pay gap currently represents one of the greatest social injustices in the world". According to the ... Equality stated that "the wage gap is a measurable and quantifiable reality that directly affects women and girls around the world”. Ruiz stressed that "various international organisations, such as UN Women, have pointed to an increase in inequalities and