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15:43

Sport

Casimiro renews with Unicaja despite coming up short in the play-offs

JUAN CALDERÓN

...a win in the final game against Bilbao Basket last Thursday wouldn't see them qualify for the semi-finals. In the end, a 78-65 win secured them third place. Casimiro's new deal is for one season with an option for another and will see him embark on

16:04

Opinion

Dead grateful

Peter Edgerton

...story as we got older. It was the friend who had a car who always drove us to the pub until, eventually, he came to realise that if he drank any more fizzy orange his head would explode and his teeth would fall out. The day he told us he wouldn't be

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

14:39

Local

Government lays out its back-to-school plan for all pupils in September

ALFONSO TORICES

...originally thought. For pupils under 10, wearing a facemask wouldn't be a requirement and they wouldn't have to socially distance while seated in class, the Education Minister, Isabel Celaá, said this week. Those over 10 would need to keep desks 1.5

22:13

Opinion

Spending spree

Mark Nayler

...turn act as a stimulus to private investment worth €500 billion. You wouldn't necessarily guess, staring goggle-eyed at these enormous figures, that Spain is currently weathering a global health crisis with the potential to become, at least in its ... refurbish my flat, I wouldn't be impressed if you spent it all on a new sofa - nor, presumably, would a potential buyer. Here, again, the government's plans are vague: some of the money will go to tourism, some to healthcare, some to unemployment benefits,

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

17:16

Opinion

It's all relative

Mark Nayler

...public debt back to "just" 100% of GDP or ensuring that "only" 14% of the labour force are out of work wouldn't constitute recovery in the deeper, pre-Covid sense of the term. Instead, a really bad situation would merely have been rendered less bad. Of

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

17:41

What to do

The beauty of Doñana captured at the CAC

Antonio Javier López

...don't find any feeling, I wouldn't paint", the artist explained. The exhibition marks the return to the CAC Málaga of the former director of the centre, Fernando Francés, the curator of the exhibition. Francés was the head of the CAC Málaga from its

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.

20:58

LifeStyle

Milestone anniversary for amateur theatre

Tony Bryant

...although Lynn says it is hard to pick a favourite. "We have produced many different shows and featured incalculable excellent actors and writers, so it is hard to highlight one as a favourite. We are basically an amateur set up, so I wouldn't like to pick

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

17:31

Opinion

A bad idea

Mark Nayler

...for an extension to the state of alarm (although, oddly, it wouldn't have made any difference if EH Bildu hadn't abstained: their votes weren't decisive). Sánchez, then, made a promise to go much further in repealing Rajoy's controversial

21:29

Gibraltar

Easter eggs delivered to local pensioners

Debbie Bartlett

This is a difficult time and there may be a lockdown in force but Easter just wouldn't seem like Easter without chocolate eggs and any residents of the four 'pensioner estates' in Gibraltar who were worried about missing out found their fears were

19:14

LifeStyle

Feeling desperate for a hug? Science can explain why

ROCÍO MENDOZA

...cry. It was the closest thing I had had to a hug in three months," she says. They both agree that the "sadness and anxiety" caused by the pandemic "wouldn't have been as bad if another person or a pet had been there to share it". Elsa says "what

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,”

15:39

National

Pedro Sánchez defends his exit plan to MPs amid a lack of consensus

SUR

...lockdown, saying the country had to be "started up again", however opposition leader Pablo Casado, of the Partido Popular (PP), said this wouldn't be safe without mass testing. Casado asked Sánchez whether Spain would need a bailout. The PM didn't reply, but

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

15:48

LifeStyle

Community spirit thrives in the marina

Ash Bolton

...marina. He explained: "People on boats are made of stern stuff. If you are crossing the Atlantic in your boat from the Canary Islands, you wouldn't get off your boat for over a month. So if we can't survive this lockdown confined to our boats, we've got

15:15

LifeStyle

Will we come out of this fatter or thinner?

CARLOS BENITO

...people will put on weight, but I wouldn't like to guess at a percentage or try to give a figure because it wouldn't be accurate enough. We are told that everyone will gain four or five kilos, like at Christmas, when we are always warned that we will end

16:31

Opinion

What's important now

Ángel Escalera

...who were telling us that globalisation acts as a trigger for viruses. The voices raising the alarm were silenced, though. We didn't want to listen to them. We thought we knew better, that this wouldn't affect us, that Europe would be safe from new

19:44

LifeStyle

Louise Brown: "People were surprised I wasn't born with two heads"

EFE / CRISTINA PINTO

...perhaps I wouldn't have a soul, but my parents took no notice of that," she explained. Although she is in favour of this fertility treatment and believes people should have confidence in the doctors, she also says everyone has the right to their own

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

20:22

Sport

Wilfred’s heroics salvages vital draw in top-of-the-table clash

adg

...guessed the right way, not only keeping out the penalty, but pouncing on the ball to prevent a rebound. "It wouldn't have been fair to lose to a penalty," said Marbella coach David Cubillo after the game. "But luckily we have a great goalkeeper."

18:02

Sport

The masterplan

Rob Palmer

Wouldn't it be wonderful if we were all together on the football terraces instead of staring in isolation into the uncertain distance from the terraces of our homes? UEFA came up with a plan last week for when the world comes out of the tunnel and

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

13:11

Local

Hotels on the Costa fall empty after government orders their closure

Pilar Martínez

...that he wouldn't be able to go for a walk on the beach or around the town, he said. Finally, when relatives also put pressure on him to return, he checked out. Around a thousand tourists were still in the hotels this week, but in most cases it was

19:51

LifeStyle

Cities belong to the birds now

carlos benito

...sparrow before. Now they are spotting blackbirds, which ten days ago they wouldn’t even have noticed, and they love it. You don’t have to go to Doñana, people are seeing different species of birds in unexpected places. A lot of people are starting to look,

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

23:47

Sport

Last-gasp winner lifts Malaga out of the relegation zone

Daryl Finch

...deny debutant Tete Morente a tap-in at the far post, minutes after he came off the bench to replace Hicham. Antoñín also came close with a curling shot as he cut in on his right foot. The ball wouldn't dip fast enough and it landed on the roof of the

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.

11:41

Local

Volunteers deliver free meals to those in need on Christmas Day

Ash Bolton

A team of volunteers helped dish out some Christmas cheer by delivering free meals to those facing the day alone. Louise Jones and her family led a team of 10 volunteers to deliver 33 festive dinners to people who otherwise wouldn't have had a