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13:31

Local

"It's been an interminable year, but Julen wouldn't want us to break down"

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

It was 13 January 2019 when two-year-old Julen Roselló slipped into a hole while he was playing on land near the village of Totalán just east of Malaga. It wasn't until nearly two weeks later that the toddler's body was finally recovered, following a

13:15

Local

Landowner pleads guilty in Julen case and accepts suspended jail sentence

Álvaro Frías / juan Cano / Fernando torres

...interminable year, but Julen wouldn't want us to break down' related news Parents and landowner agree to settle Julen case out of court The judge ratified an agreement reached on Monday between Serrano and the parents of Julen to avoid a painful

13:23

Local

Parents and landowner agree to settle Julen case out of court

Juan Cano / Álvaro Frías

'It's been an interminable year, but Julen wouldn't want us to break down' Lawyers representing Serrano and the family met on Monday with the public prosecution to discuss the terms of the settlement. This was approved and now has to be ratified by

17:30

Opinion

The inbetweeners

Peter Edgerton

...photo, admittedly, but at least it wouldn't have been one of what I was eating which, these days, is quite a novelty in itself, I'm sure you'll agree. Ah yes, the very last gasp of the yuletide season which, if I recall, began some time just after the

15:55

Opinion

The weird and the wonderful

Peter Edgerton

...kind of warmed to him by the end and offered a round of applause which was both incredible and incredulous. Robin was a neighbour of ours at that time and I spent many a night dreaming up reasons why he wouldn't be able to perform , if he ever asked

16:05

Sport

Jack Harper: "I wouldn't say I was Spanish; I'm a Scottish malagueño"

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...the Costa del Sol. Yes, in Malaga [in the Hospital Gálvez]. It's strange; I wouldn't say I was Spanish but I do feel 'malagueño'. Tell me a bit about how your family ended up here. Because your brother Ryan was born in Scotland, wasn't he? Yes, I

12:13

Opinion

Naked

Héctor Barbotta

...social media that we wouldn't be prepared to defend in front of a real audience, in the flesh, formed by not only our friends but also our neighbours, bosses or clients. Neither is it advisable to share images that we would be ashamed to hold up in front

11:42

Opinion

End of the line

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

I find the image strangely powerful: Mariano Rajoy, holed up in a restaurant, drowning his sorrows in a bottle of whisky while his world crumbles around him. That unhappy extended lunch last week, typical of a gambler who has lost his largest bet, wa

18:16

Local

Robert De Niro: "I wouldn't feed Donald Trump in any restaurant of mine"

Mónica Pérez

...restaurant on the Golden Mile with Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Hollywood producer Meir Teper. He said he loves fine cuisine, too. He has experience in the business and also made it clear he wouldn't tolerate the US president in any of his restaurants.

16:36

Opinion

Mariah Scarey

Peter Edgerton

Here comes Hallowe'en and in the spirit (see what I did there?) of the occasion, I thought a compilation of some of the scariest things that have ever happened to me wouldn't go amiss. The first time I can recall being really petrified was aged

20:58

Opinion

Back and forward

Mark Nayler

...gains. Many commentators believed that the memories of Francisco Franco's forty-year dictatorship were still too raw, and that Spaniards wouldn't vote for a force any further right of centre than the corruption-riddled Popular Party (the PP, itself

16:52

Sport

A club that's going places

Rob Palmer

...most interested, but he put them off by signing a new deal until 2024. I wouldn’t be surprised if he ended up as a Pep Guardiola recruit at Manchester City - he fits the bill. Alongside him is a young player who has already performed in the Premier

15:30

Sport

Silver medals and a hero's welcome for Spain's handball stars

JOSÉ MANUEL ANDRÉS / MARINA RIVAS

They may have lost, but you wouldn't know it from the smiles on the faces of the Spanish women's handball team, who received a hero's welcome on their triumphant return home this week after losing 29-30 to the Netherlands in the World Championship

13:44

National

Court bans Catalan president from public office for 18 months

SUR

Junts per Catalunya regional MPs and ERC, the Catalan republican party. It is expected that the coalition partners wouldn't be able to agree on a new president, meaning the separatist-run regional government would fall and Catalan elections would be

16:49

National

The submerged economy

SUSANA ZAMORA

...doesn't declare all his income for tax. “If I did, it wouldn't be worth me working so hard,” he says. He does the accounts for five companies. “I bill three of them properly. The fourth one pays me without an invoice, and the fifth one is half and half,”

16:41

LifeStyle

Wartime drama starring Colin Firth set to film on Costa next March

F. GRIÑÁN / N. HESKETH

...title of the World War II drama is Operation Mincement. The script centres on the true story of a plot to fool Nazis into believing that the Allied invasion of southern Europe in 1943 wouldn't come via Sicily but from Greece instead. As part of an

18:45

Sport

Last-gasp equaliser robs Malaga of their festive cheer

frank gavurin

...let them off the hook." Nevertheless, he insisted that his side wouldn't be missing these two points dropped come the end of the season. Víctor also claimed to be optimistic about the club's prospects going into the January transfer window: "We're

13:17

Opinion

Obese, slim and other distortions

ANA BARREALES

...healthier, but we wouldn’t have time to work or hardly even to live. Obese people who think they look thin are not the only ones who have a distorted view of reality. The adolescents who get caught up in Blue Whale, the macabre chain that involves passing

15:55

Local

Malaga's famous Christmas light tunnel to move to Liverpool

Daryl Finch

...a new spectacle. Operator Iluminaciones Ximénez has sold the famous tunnel of light and it will move to Liverpool where it will become part of this year's festive display. "We have a small surprise prepared," said Porras last week but wouldn

15:51

Opinion

Brolly good show

Peter Edgerton

wouldn't have been quite so becoming of Rudolf Nureyev. I tootled home with an unexpected spring in my step, though it was of nothing compared to the exquisite spring in the step of the tall, elegant woman, I can assure you.

19:04

Local

Qatar royal family to put up funds to build Malaga port hotel

IGNACIO LILLO

...sources confirm that Al Alfia committed to financing the project without the need to go to the banks. Though these sources wouldn't go into details about the operation, they did concede that shell company Andalusian Hospitality II will be taken over by

11:42

National

Barcelona mayor studies toll charge to enter city

SUR.

...work together to reduce the problem of pollution in the city and that infrastructure such as the port or airport couldn't "keep expanding indefinitely". She said that she "wouldn't hesitate" to do the necessary.

14:23

National

Ryanair accused by unions of getting round Spanish stike

J.A. BRAVO / N. HESKETH

...although routes there wouldn't be axed. The government has also insisted on minimum services on strike days, for example 35 per cent of international flights under five hours staffed by Spanish-based crews must run. Planned strike days remaining are;

19:45

Opinion

Merchants of Brexit

Héctor Barbotta

...naivety, but trusting in it with Boris Johnson in charge can only be explained by self-flagellation tendencies. And it wouldn’t be nice to have a masochist at the helm of the European Commission. The comings and goings in the Brexit negotiations, to the

18:47

Sport

Malaga's future still up in the air as Caminero and Jofre get the sack

SUR

...investment group, Al-Thani insisted that he wouldn't even consider selling one percent of the club. He also criticised fans who had protested against his ownership, saying that "If they want to support the team, they should do it right and get behind the

20:02

Sport

"Just because we walk, it doesn't mean we're not competitive"

FRANK GAVURIN

...main challenge is noticing off-the-ball running. "It's so difficult, believe me. If my assistant hadn't been there today, there would have been a lot more going on behind me which I wouldn't have seen." On Saturday, the topic of off-the ball running

16:40

Local

PGOU change could re-open door to Primark at La Cañada

Mónica Pérez

...appearance remains unaltered. This could have consequences in La Cañada shopping centre where a move to welcome Primark was blocked because the PGOU wouldn't permit the creation of a new level.

16:00

Opinion

Red column

PABLO ARANDA

...from a tenth-floor window. In Madrid last Friday one man pushed another onto the metro tracks when the train was approaching the station; they didn't know each other either. If they had known each other it wouldn't change anything, unless it was a ... revenge attack among hitmen, which wouldn't be a bad thing as the rest of us who are not hired killers would be freed from the possibility of being the one to be pushed onto the metro line. They want to find motives and I hope they don't find one because

15:16

LifeStyle

The last of the original British players

Jennie Rhodes

...the summer holidays telling me that hard times had hit and I wouldn't be going back." He says he witnessed the fights, picket lines, political rallies and soup kitchens. "It was a kind of fight to get back to London," the musician recalls. Steven ... television. They both agree that they are settled here in Malaga province and that it is home. "I wouldn't move from here," concludes Nick.

10:48

Opinion

CV geebies

Peter Edgerton

...friend in the whole wide world." "I'm really sorry, but it just wouldn't work." "Ok, I understand." (Implying the opposite). Once that phase is over, the CVs start to roll in. This is where the fun really starts. Thirty per cent will have no profile

12:32

Opinion

Traditions or torment?

Debbie Bartlett

...about the noise. "You have no right to criticise your host country." "Local businesses are raking in the money," I am admonished. As if they wouldn't earn as much if the decibel level were turned down a few notches. "Respect local customs and

15:58

Sport

Pep's pups

Rob Palmer

...regular game at the English champions. Pep wisely turns a deaf ear in a country where talented teenagers are fast tracked into the first team and England side. Who is to say that Jack Wilshere wouldn't have reached the same standards as Xavi, Iniesta and

12:59

Opinion

Practically impossible

Peter Edgerton

...different digit, it wouldn't work. That's not just being impractical, it's being very dim indeed. So hats off to all the handy people in the world , with your incomprehensible tools and your universal grunts and your victorious smiles. You have my