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21:00

Local

Several groups have shown an interest in reviving abandoned holiday complex

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...accommodation, which has been closed for 15 years, he wouldn't commit the town hall until "agreement between any company and the Junta has been reached". He said that he wants to avoid the town hall ending up with all the responsibility and costs of the Villa

17:01

Opinion

Unbelievable

Mark Nayler

2023. According to 53.4% of respondents, meanwhile, the country is still sunk in a recession that officially ended in 2014, although it's improved in some respects. Yet some wouldn't even concede that: 31% of the survey's participants said that Spain

17:28

Travel

Travels with my smartphone

Jennie Rhodes

...purchased my online ticket via my mobile phone and away I went. The same went for a two-night stay in the Europa Royale hotel, which of course, I booked through the Booking.com app. Historical hotel While I wouldn't usually choose a four-star hotel, I

16:37

LifeStyle

Family cooking in a Malaga farmhouse

Mark Nayler

Finally, a pinch of smoked paprika and a whisp of saffron are thrown in. The rapid-fire Spanish of Mayte and Teresa provides a soundtrack to all this happy culinary activity. It's a dynamic that you wouldn't normally experience unless immersed in family

15:16

Opinion

Good evening

Peter Edgerton

...long ago and also Ricky Gervais making the whole wide world squirm during a teeth-grindingly awkward speech a couple of years back. Anyway, that's it, the sum total of my Oscar knowledge. This is because I wouldn't ever dream of watching the actual ... ceremony since it involves so many things that are anathema to me: excessively formal clothing, unbridled self-importance, fawning journalists, etc. Most of all, however, I wouldn't ever watch it because always it's far, far too long. Anyone else with the

13:37

National

Confusion after minister's Vatican meeting over moving Franco's body

SUR

...right. After the Vatican meeting with Pietro Parolin, Carmen Calvo said that they had jointly agreed a way out that wouldn't involve the cathedral crypt. But a rare rebuke from the Vatican in a statement said that the pair had only discussed that the

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

09:15

Opinion

The rain in Spain

Peter Edgerton

...ninety per cent chance that they simply won't show up. What I had never understood until quite recently, however, was why nobody ever called to say they wouldn't be coming; they'd just fail to appear and leave you to draw your own conclusions. It only

12:04

Opinion

Striking doctors

Ángel Escalera

...primary healthcare started this week. The Health Department couldn't or wouldn't take notice of the professionals' demands when there was still a chance of reaching a reasonable agreement. When it tried to stop the action and offer some improvements it

15:14

LifeStyle

"Palliative care needs to be given the same priority as gynaecological departments"

Ángel Escalera

...sufficient, the answer will be no, obviously. "It wouldn't take a great deal of investment to increase the number of palliative care units" What resources are there to look after patients during this final stage? As far as I know, there are palliative care ... home or in hospital. It wouldn't take a great deal of investment to increase the number of palliative care units.

14:47

LifeStyle

From breast cancer to pregnancy: a happy ending

FERNANDO TORRES

"I'm 37 now, so there were only three years to go," she says. Paqui was convinced she could never become pregnant because of the two chemotherapy programmes she had undergone. "They told me I probably wouldn't be able to have children," she says. She

17:00

Sport

Lopetegui's survival strategy

Rob Palmer

...are true. The Belgian has been sensational with Chelsea this season and very diplomatic in his interviews. It's obvious that he'd jump at the chance to swap capitals and he wouldn't be fazed at filling the void left by Ronaldo. Get Hazard alongside

16:20

Opinion

On the steps of the European Parliament I sat down and wept

Jennie Rhodes

...were still there. It's hard to forget such a year and we wouldn't want to. Perhaps not the love lost by the protagonist at the heart of Coelho's highly acclaimed novel, but certainly the love for something that has been stripped from us and is totally

15:53

Sport

Don't miss Messi

Rob Palmer

...joke was that he wouldn't be able to do it on a cold Tuesday night in Stoke. The reality is that he did do it on a nippy Wednesday evening on a ropey pitch in London against a pretty decent Premier League team. If you get a chance to see Messi with

14:49

Opinion

The Seine old song

Peter Edgerton

...comparison. Or, actually, maybe he will mind, but then he should stop singing like a strangulated badger and perhaps people wouldn't be so harsh towards him. Anyway, back to Aznavour and his none-too-shabby composing skills. Yesterday When I Was Young has to

11:42

LifeStyle

A step forward for science and a life for Lorena

Ángel Escalera

Teresa and Juan went to the Gutenberg Centre with the hope of having a child through in vitro fertilisation. Although they knew it wouldn't be easy, they didn't want to give up hope. At this specialist fertility clinic, which had opened in 1987, they were

15:48

Local

A sales problem with no easy solution

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...before they arrive thanks to informants who take a share of the profits. 29 detained and 10,000 fake designer items seized from the Tuesday market in Fuengirola The problem wouldn't be there, of course, if there wasn't a demand for the goods from

13:12

Opinion

If you tolerate this

Peter Edgerton

...really bad, avoid it in the future. Now then, what I wouldn't give for a cheese and raw onion sandwich for my dinner. Two days of malaise? It might just be worth it.

19:43

Sport

A continuing quest to defy all odds

DAVIDE MONTAGNER

...records and, on Monday, running 200 metres in 74 seconds and surpassing the five-metre mark in the javelin throw. Last week's absence from the 100-metre run fuelled speculation that she wouldn't be able to compete in the championship at all. However,

18:39

Sport

Age is just a number

MARINA RIVAS

...traditional dress and other accessories on show. While there were groups of those aged 35 to 40 who wouldn't look out of place at an ordinary championship, combining them with those who are 80+ certainly created an unusual image. Heady figures This is

14:36

Sport

A new reign in Spain

Rob Palmer opinion

Diego Costa (24 caps) is also unavailable for personal reasons. The players above would have walked into any national team in contrast to the replacements. Going back to the best combined eleven and you wouldn't be convinced that Diego Llorente,

17:33

Opinion

Do it for the money, if not for the planet

Rachel Haynes

wouldn't go amiss. Only the other day I witnessed a woman get angry about having to pay for a plastic bag in a pharmacy; she walked out in a huff saying she would never be going there again. A recent visit to Germany, meanwhile, showed that some

19:37

LifeStyle

A life without pain, thanks to technology

INÉS GALLESTEGUI

...depressed. I am a strong person, but sometimes it felt like my arm was going to explode. It's very hard to suffer unbearable pain 24 hours a day." His device has reduced the pain by about 80 per cent. "If anyone had told me that was possible, I wouldn't have

14:17

LifeStyle

All that jazz, up for sale

ASH BOLTON

...hours a day with people who smoked and drank alcohol, so I gave it up. "I played with all sorts of people; if you saw my autograph book you wouldn't believe it." After qualifying as an architect, Brian was responsible for projects such as Croydon

14:16

Local

Ryanair to cancel 24 Malaga flights on 25 and 26 July

Pilar Martínez

...company's marketing chief, said that the protests wouldn't achieve anything "other than disrupt family holidays and benefit other airlines". Flight reduction On Monday Ryanair announced that it could be moved to reduce its fleet and number of European

14:53

Opinion

A taxing job ahead

Mark Nayler

...into meaningful employment; wouldn't it be more constructive to create more permanent jobs and programmes that equip the unemployed for work? Sánchez's newly unveiled policies highlight a classic Left vs Right dichotomy: extend the welfare state to

20:45

Sport

So long, Cristiano!

Rob Palmer

...the centre of the stage will finally be his. If Ronaldo hadn't departed then I'm sure that the Bernabéu wouldn't be big enough for the two of them and the Welshman would have been heading back to the Premier League. Bale is possibly the biggest

16:28

LifeStyle

A luxury seafood diet in Paleolithic Malaga

FERNANDO TORRES

...days were marked by great pain; the doctor, afraid of being accused of euthanasia, wouldn't allow her to be sedated. Half a century after her death, her work is still shouting out to be rescued.

16:23

LifeStyle

Gamel Woolsey, the burning poet

Alberto gómez

...that her final days were marked by great pain; the doctor, afraid of being accused of euthanasia, wouldn’t allow her to be sedated. Half a century after her death, her work is still shouting out to be rescued.

16:14

Sport

Exit of Michael Santos could be the key to Malaga's transfer plans

SERGIO CORTÉS

...freed of his inflated wages (he didn't have a clause inserted in his contract that would see his wages halved in the event of relegation), wouldn't then be obliged to cash in on star players Ignasi Miquel and Youssef En-Nesyri. However, whether Santos

15:56

Opinion

Jazz rules

Peter Edgerton

...focus going here. First rule is that there must be a drummer who tish, tish, tishes on a hi hat cymbal all the way through the piece, preferably with wire brushes. If he can also sport a greying spindly beard and a shirt even a golfer wouldn't be seen

15:52

Sport

A proud moment for Vélez-Málaga

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

Pepe confidently said, "There's plenty of time left." And so it proved. When Nacho made it 3-2, jubilation spread around the bar , but also relief that Fernando wouldn't be failing his first test as coach. Though Ronaldo's late equaliser was a

15:31

LifeStyle

Hoping to Heal the World

Maddy hay

When captain of the English International College (EIC) football team, Louis Spinola, discovered that his friend wouldn't be able to take part in a tournament after having contracted leukaemia, he decided to do something to help. A fan of Michael