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14:08

Sport

Out of the EPL comfort zone

Rob Palmer

...match is recent years. Steve McManaman stands out for his achievements at Real Madrid, yet Michael Owen, David Beckham and certainly Jonathan Woodgate wouldn't make the Hall of Fame. Jermaine Pennant is only famous for forgetting he'd parked his car at

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.

14:01

What to do

"My task is to keep the spirit of Bob Marley alive"

Tony Bryant

...with Bob for the last four months his life and it was then that he told me that he wouldn't be able to perform any more and that my task was to simply honour the music we made together. He believed I had the ability to keep his dream alive," Al says

15:59

Opinion

Pride and prejudice

Jennie Rhodes

...dignity and respect towards others, while others are actively trying to quash those same values. Wouldn't it be wonderful if by Stonewall's 60th anniversary all communities could mark the occasion without "barriers and persecution" regardless of their

12:56

LifeStyle

Ute Lemper: "Being a free spirit is part of my identity"

REGINA SOTORRÍO / RACHEL HAYNES

...but I wouldn't say that I was victim of that further on. I just had to deal with it and stand up even stronger as a female to speak my own mind, to be my own manager, to say what I wanted to do. I was able to stand up against the laws of commercialism,

16:08

LifeStyle

Juan José's new lifestyle

Ángel Escalera

...useful. On 15 September Juan José underwent surgery. In total he spent six months in hospital, during which time he lost weight by following a strict diet and taking exercise. This was essential because he wouldn't have been able to have the operation,

13:43

LifeStyle

The sun, from ally to enemy

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...also a positive one. "Solar rays are essential to synthesise vitamin D. Without sunshine people would suffer from rickets and wouldn't live," says Enrique Herrera. He also says the sun is necessary to prevent osteogenesis (weak bones). Dr Martínez

16:55

Opinion

Ghost towns

Mark Nayler

...settlements for around €100,000, which wouldn’t even get you a flat in most areas of the UK. Sadder still, many of Spain’s smallest settlements are heading the same way. According to a report published last year by the Spanish Federation of Towns and

12:24

Opinion

Censors working overtime

PETER EDGERTON

...people on the case instead. It wouldn't be long before the entire internet was censored except for a few pod casts of The Archers and a couple of photos of Rita Hayworth. Then we'd all be back to digital square one. What's more, you never know - given

19:02

Education

Learning English and other stories

Rachel Haynes

David was one of my high school mates. You know, one of those bloody charismatic blokes that all girls always fall in love with. I wouldn't say he was handsome, not even ruggedly handsome, with his enormous hooked nose, medium-sized pitch-black shifty ... wouldn’t be lying. But, I wouldn’t be honest either. The truth is simpler than that. I’m dying. All of us are dying in some way from the moment we’re born. But now, I’m aware that my life is really short, as that of a butterfly. And, like a butterfly, I

14:44

Opinion

All you need is dove

Peter Edgerton

wouldn't generally be known for an abundance of unbridled bonhomie; I think it's fair to say yet, on this occasion, their goodwill gesture sent feel-good ripples all around the world and, Lord knows, feel-good ripples are sorely needed these days. It's

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

15:55

Opinion

Songs sung true

Peter Edgerton

...of euphoria as were millions around the world. Still, something kept nagging at me in spite of everything and the more I tried to ignore it, the more it just wouldn't let me be. In the end, I had to admit the horrible truth to myself - the singing

16:06

National

Sánchez weighs up next move after general election win

SUR

Iglesias, said on Wednesday that he wouldn't allow the PSOE to govern in minority and that he would demand places in the Cabinet in a coalition government. "There's not going to be a one-party government in Spain. The Spanish have said so, not us,"

17:31

LifeStyle

The long (and wobbly) story of gelatine

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

If I were to tell you that strawberry jelly was today's dessert, you probably wouldn't think that was interesting. However, if in an upmarket restaurant they suggested that you try the spherification of coulis of red fruit, or the spring dessert

17:01

What to do

Rudolf Schenker: "Meditation helped me create great songs"

REGINA SOTORRÍO / RACHEL HAYNES

...mother kept to keep track of the money he'd borrowed from his father - a loan, he hastens to add, that he paid back in full. This was probably about the time when people were telling him to "find a proper job", as they said the music wouldn't last. Now

16:26

LifeStyle

Bianca Jagger: "Women are still a very vulnerable group in our society"

Josefina G. Stegmann

...negotiating tools. People have to realise that what Ortega has is a regime, and he does not represent the left. –You wouldn’t describe it as a left-wing tyranny? –We are talking of criminals on the left and the right, but in this case this government and

17:30

LifeStyle

"Insects will be the food of the future"

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...moment. Over the thousands of years that we have been farmers we have genetically modified everything we eat. The maize that the first Mesoamerican civilisations wouldn't be recognisable today. The transgenic technology is a formidable tool provided it

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.

10:35

Sport

Osasuna comeback win dents Malaga's hopes of automatic promotion

Daryl Finch

...when the linesman incorrectly called a Malaga throw, when the ball took a nick off Renato Santos. Substitute keeper Sergio Herrera got a yellow card but it certainly wouldn't be the last of the game. Just before the break, Renato's decision-making

19:37

Local

Sharing in the spirit of women's day

JENNIE RHODES / RACHEL HAYNES / Georgie Kenny

Tricia agrees it was sexist, she says she wouldn’t describe it as assault and called it “banter” at the time. She adds, “We ladies were strong enough and wise enough to ignore it.” “#MeToo exposes one of society’s great evils” Pili Franco.

21:24

LifeStyle

A guiri's guide to extra virgin olive oil

Jennie Rhodes

...welcoming at the cooperative. I take the olives down, get them weighed and a sample goes off to a laboratory in Torrox to check for the quality," explains Graham, who adds that he "wouldn't get" his olive oil from anywhere else and that his son, who lives in

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

10:41

LifeStyle

Communities unite to #SaveSoraya

Jennie Rhodes

...chemotherapy, and both the doctors and Katrina agreed that the treatment wouldn't work. Soraya is now at home and taking steroids and anti viral medication, with the hope that the correct treatment will be found and that she will be well enough to receive it.

18:39

National

Uber and Cabify pull out of Barcelona due to new legislation

SUR

"blackmail". Garrido said he wouldn't "legislate to exterminate the VTCs as Catalonia has done". Meanwhile around 300 taxis, according to the drivers' federation arrived in Madrid from Galicia on Thursday to show their support for their colleagues as their

16:34

Opinion

Radio waves

Peter Edgerton

...know why, but intuition tells me that extra terrestrials wouldn't have a clue how to organise a Friday evening shindig. Mind you, as far as I recall from my brief sojourn there, they're not so good at that sort of thing in Canada either. Too busy

17:06

Opinion

A time for lies

ELENA DE MIGUEL

...and indignation levels soar. Now it doesn't matter that the agreements referred to the teaching of Spanish to foreigners. It doesn't seem like it and the message works to perfection in these turbulent times. We wouldn't want the truth to spoil a nice

11:11

LifeStyle

Help from the heart for young Palestinians

Ángel Escalera

...interested in cooperation, because it is a way of providing assistance for young patients who are really in need of it. Antonio and Cristina both say they wouldn't hesitate to repeat the experience. They taught local staff in the hospital in Nablus but say

10:56

LifeStyle

Malevich superstar

georgina oliver

...experience, when they uncover a missing masterpiece, or shed new light on a well-trodden theory? I wouldn't go so far, but... I had already visited the brilliantly refurbished Tabacalera building, in the Huelin area, on several occasions and, upon

20:10

Local

The olive industry needs workers

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...to work on the olive harvest in Bobadilla. He says you need to be physically fit for this job, and not everyone can do it. "If Ronaldo, the footballer, had a go at it he wouldn't last more than three minutes. You have to work fast and if one person is

16:53

Opinion

Broken toys

IGNACIO LILLO

...needed to be a good person. He didn't understand why you dragged him by the leash into the car that fateful day. You then let him out at a petrol station and wouldn't let him get back in the car. Unable to fend for himself he ate rotting food he found