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15:20

LifeStyle

"Women's voices are refusing to be silenced"

regina sotorrío / RAchel haynes

...earlier Spain had a different government that probably would not have done that. My mother always said, the Lord works in mysterious ways. Italy says no and Spain comes and fills the gap. As I said, a week earlier we wouldn't have been able to imagine that

14:49

Sport

World Cup 2018: The world’s finest lock horns all over again

Daryl Finch

...will they be able to keep it up? Speaking of Egypt, after the heartbreak of missing out on the Champions League with Liverpool, wouldn’t it be the ultimate fairytale if Mohamed Salah returned from injury to lead his Egypt side out of the group stages?

13:38

LifeStyle

A European lunch to thank clients and staff

Jennie Rhodes

...said the party as well as the centre were “brilliant” and couldn't praise the staff and doctors, many of whom speak English, enough. “If they didn't speak English I wouldn't get the help,” admits Keith, whose only complaint about the event was that none

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

23:22

LifeStyle

From Iron Throne to Terminator

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...begin this month, but Peter says the locations are a professional secret and he isn't prepared to reveal them. He wouldn't even confirm or deny rumours that the filming will take place in Almería, Murcia and Salamanca (the reservoir of Aldeadávila de la

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,”

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.

14:22

Opinion

Relegated to third

Mark Nayler

...appear utterly unconvincing. In February, there were protests all over Spain when the government announced a 2018 pension raise that wouldn't even match inflation. Rajoy only pledged to increase the proposed hike of 0.25% to secure parliamentary support

12:00

LifeStyle

Finding enjoyable ways to make a living

Jennie Rhodes

...career, although he has used his creative talents to other ends over the years. He admits that he really wanted to be an actor but that his father would never have supported such a career choice. “Acting had to be funded privately and my dad wouldn ... said yes.” He says he waited for someone to tell them “not to be ridiculous” but says that nobody did and within two weeks of moving here the couple knew they wouldn't be going back to the UK. Another feather to Ian's bow is the TEFL qualification he

13:16

Local

Champions in catering, too

Mónica Pérez

...tables, polish glasses and cutlery... everything,” he explains, with a smile. This is Manuel's second experience of work. A few months ago he took part in the regional government's Emplea Joven scheme as a street cleaner. He wouldn't swap what he is

10:43

Sport

Marbella end best-ever campaign as runners up

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ

...process, “been putting his interests ahead of those of the club” and was “mostly worried about staying president of the club, even though he wouldn't own it”. Celta B, the first obstacle to promotion The first stop on the road to promotion for Marbella

15:29

Sport

An almost mirror image

Rob Palmer opinion

So the house keeping is all done with three rounds of La Liga to go; we know the champions, the Champions League representatives and who we won't be seeing in La Liga next season. “You wouldn't get this in the Premier League,” reasoned the student

13:23

LifeStyle

Sarah Mena Panella and the beauty of being a little different

EUGENIO CABEZAS

...the side of buses, and continues until 30 June. Congratulations “Everyone congratulates her in the street,” said her mother for whom the best part of the story is that “you see a girl who is different doing something she normally wouldn't be able

17:21

Sport

Dépor of the rovers

Rob Palmer

Dépor and Rovers, the highs and, sadly more recently, the lows. The modern fans wouldn't believe the excitement these two clubs gave us all back in the day. Unfashionable Galician businessman Augusto Lendoiro pumped millions of pesetas into his local

19:48

Opinion

This alarming man

Peter Edgerton

wouldn't like them. I'm not much of fan, but Johnny Marr's guitar jingly jangles can be exquisite sometimes, there's no denying that. None of this, however, is generally what gets people talking about Morrissey these days; it's more the utter nonsense he

17:05

LifeStyle

“Our research opens the door to hope for a cure for Type 1 diabetes”

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...seen if the drug is effective in humans and passes all the safety phases of the clinical testing. Researchers always work to find a cure, but to talk of a cure at the stage at which we are at present would be risky. I wouldn't dare to claim that to

16:12

Local

Andalusian students complain of cruise holiday nightmare

Eugenio Cabezas

...a terrible time on board the boat, I wouldn't wish it on anybody,” said the French teacher, who would prefer not to reveal her identity. “The management of the boat got to know me quite well by the end, because I had to complain about something

15:43

Sport

Spain through to Davis Cup semis after comeback win

MANUEL SÁNCHEZ

...victory, in a game which lasted almost five hours, will go down in Spanish Davis Cup folklore. Having lost his first game to Zverev, he stepped up and showed great endurance and nous to see off his younger counterpart. “It wouldn't have been an easy

12:25

LifeStyle

One girl's dream, an inspiration for others

JENNIE RHODES

...loss of licence insurance, which pilots take out in the event that they lose their licence on medical grounds, stated that the company wouldn't pay out for loss of licence related to diving without oxygen, off-roading across deserts, or

15:55

Opinion

Under the bored walk

Peter Edgerton

...on and all of this, I'm afraid, is just for starters. Today I saw a man fizzing around town on a unicycle but not of the conventional kind, of course, that wouldn't be cool enough by half. No, it was a low, single motorised wheel with a tiny seat on

12:23

LifeStyle

A blood pact

SUSANA ZAMORA

...surgery at the Hospital del Mar, wonders up to what point it is ethical for a medic not to offer transplant treatment to a patient who demands that the procedure be carried out without a blood transplant, when in half of cases it wouldn't be necessary.

15:32

Sport

Spain players "were on steroids" in historic 12-1 win over Malta

Colpisa

...suspected that the Spanish players were on steroids. Victor Scerri, then Malta head coach, suspected foul play the moment his team arrived. He said: “We arrived late but they wouldn’t put the lights on to allow us to train in the stadium. Then they put us

14:09

Local

Juan Antonio Roca, mastermind of Malaya and other fraud cases, is freed

Héctor Barbotta

...benefits that otherwise he wouldn't have been entitled to. Since then his privileges have included being allowed to leave prison unsupervised to attend court. Juan Antonio Roca has exchanged his prison cell for an electronic tag so that his location can

11:17

LifeStyle

“I could lie down and complain, but I prefer to live”

M. A. GONZÁLEZ

...than a few minutes. She has continual pains, and more of her body is becoming affected because the illness is spreading fast, but she rarely complains because “it wouldn't do any good”. “If pain is going to be with you all your life, it is better to

13:36

Local

"A boss wanted a peck on the lips"

...pay". Needless to say, Tricia was "furious". She also had a male boss in the 1970s who seemed to think it was ok to get a "peck on the lips" from one of his female colleagues. While Tricia agrees it was sexist, she says she wouldn't describe it as

18:33

LifeStyle

Written in memory of Cecilia and Drew

Jennie Rhodes

...worried for her safety because of her involvement with the man who would go on to kill her. “People knew he was bad news and that things wouldn't end well,” Paul recalls melancholically. After two redrafts of his book, Paul finally published Darkness in

18:35

Opinion

Crazy paving

Peter Edgerton

...we are located becomes a heaving mass of humanity for eight days solid and it wouldn't be too good for the city's image for old women and children to be seen randomly disappearing down pot holes. Actually, I watched my brother fall down a pot hole

12:07

Local

Carnival fish 'spared' in EDAR protest

EUGENIO CABEZAS

...throughout the streets during Nerja's carnival on top of a open sewer pipe with raw sewage spilling out. “Brilliant idea” The organisers explained during the parade that for the first time in the carnival's history, the fish “wouldn't be burned until it

11:42

Opinion

The wish thief

IGNACIO LILLO

...into their own wishing well and the metallic discs can be seen shining on the bottom. Now, in full view of everyone, a young man is busy picking out the coins. I wouldn't dare describe him as a tramp. He's wearing New Balance trainers, jeans and a

11:28

LifeStyle

Three months with no news

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...with a geo-locator. “We offered it to the care home and they said it wouldn't be needed, because he wouldn't be able to get out,” says Iván. The home was fined for failing to protect its residents. The family are taking legal action against it.

11:05

LifeStyle

Centre Pompidou set to remain in Malaga until 2025 following new agreement

Antonio Javier López

...hosted in the gallery and presided over by King Felipe VI. At last week's ceremony, the king showed his support for the partnership and stated his hope that it wouldn't just be a “modern utopia”, as the new permanent exhibition is called, but rather a

18:30

Sport

Out of the shadows

Rob Palmer opinion

...representatives in the Europa League next season, though I'm not sure their stadium will meet the criteria set by the UEFA suits. I tried to research how far down the list their municipally-owned stadium was in the listings but Google wouldn't recognise venues

15:58

Local

King Felipe praises "modern" Malaga on city visit for arts awards

Antonio Javier López

...city until 2020 but hoped that it wouldn't just be a “modern utopia”, as the new permanent exhibition is called, but rather a “a reality for many more years to come”. Prize winners The prizes for 2016 were dished out to a broad spectrum of artists,

12:25

Local

Mijas council passes 2018 budget at last

Ivan Gelibter

...parties, Partido Popular and CSSP-Podemos, had said they wouldn't support the plans. In the end, one councillor, a Podemos member but non-aligned in the chamber, changed her negative vote to an abstention in return for a verbal promise on additional

12:22

Opinion

A rough deal

Mark Nayler

...been fired over corruption allegations, and the scandals have stopped breaking. Wouldn't it be refreshing if that were true? Instead, the “love affair” between Ciudadanos and the PP has long since exited its honeymoon period and corruption still plagues

12:50

LifeStyle

A Bollywood ending for Bazar Kirpa

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Nintendos arrived he used to let children play with them. I told him they would make them dirty and we wouldn't be able to sell them, but he said it was important that the shop was never empty because that attracted more people,” says Manju, who also