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16:55

Local

A World War II hero in a second-hand market

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...in 1944. He spent the rest of the time as a prisoner of war until he was freed. He was wrong. Amid a pile of utensils and items which wouldn't have been out of place on a rubbish dump, he found exactly what he was looking for. "It seemed to gleam,

15:03

LifeStyle

"We all have a talent; it just has to be discovered"

A. RODRÍGUEZ health

"I wouldn't hold out much hope. Just give him love." That was what Nicol was told just a few months after giving birth to her son Johann Sebastian, whom she named after the famous composer, almost as a premonition. However this woman, who was born

17:57

Opinion

Behind a surname

Rachel Haynes

wouldn't change the minds of those few who still think of a woman as a possession. Cases of domestic violence still fill the courts and the hospitals - whatever the surname.

15:06

LifeStyle

"Some pains are transmitted through observation"

PILAR MANZANARES health

...have that acute pain we wouldn't be able to survive. In fact there is a very rare condition called congenital insensitivity, which is hereditary, where people who suffer from it lack specific nerve fibres and can't feel pain; they receive blows, ... association of poker players who try to give it up but meet up and have a game. In a case like that, wouldn't it be better to mix with people who play chess? Is the pain real which we feel when someone we love is ill, or we believe we have inherited it but

19:53

Local

Man armed with a knife subdued by police on Fuengirola seafront

juan cano

...placed to the emergency services by concerned business owners and available patrols were scrambled immediately. The first to arrive were Local Police officers who, after identifying the man, aimed their guns at him so that he wouldn't move. Seconds

17:38

Sport

Conquering both social and physical obstacles

KISHAN VAGHELA GIBRALTAR

"People thought I was mad. They told me it wouldn't work." Annie Risso faced more than her fair share of difficulties after introducing Special Olympics to Gibraltar. Risso is currently the National Director for Special Olympics Gibraltar, which is

13:49

National

Brits in Spain await Brexit talks outcome

J. RHODES / A. CORBILLÓN Malaga/Madrid

...first According to polls, the main concern among Britons living in Spain is healthcare. Many are worried that they would not be able to get private health insurance or that they wouldn't be able to afford it. What about Spanish companies and jobs?