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17:34

Sport

Lessons to be learned

Daryl Finch

61, it was clear he wouldn’t be in it for the long-haul - mirrored in the lack of vision for his side which he chopped and changed from week to week. To then appoint Marcelo Romero as his replacement not only showed a lack of vision, but also a lack of

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

13:45

Sport

Unicaja maintain their rhythm ahead of the playoffs

JUAN CALDERÓN malaga

...than their counterparts. However, this wouldn’t be the decisive factor, but rather the amount of free throws which came Unicaja’s way and enabled them to seal the result they needed.

13:15

LifeStyle

“Books are not about reading; books are about escaping”

Rachel Amstrong MARBELLA

...it’s that transitional moment when you step into adulthood and decide what your place in life is going to be.” She said it was essential for her to create a strong female protagonist who wouldn’t “take any nonsense off anyone but was also vulnerable and

12:15

Local

“It shouldn’t take the town hall months to award licences”

ALBERTO GÓMEZ benalmádena

...businesses? It wouldn’t be an isolated shopping centre. It would remain part of the centre of Arroyo de la Miel and that would benefit restaurants and businesses in the area. Major labels would sell their products coexist with other shops in the

10:30

Local

Star-crossed lovers get their happy ending

EUGENIO CABEZAS TORROX

...where the former moved in 2001, and where her father Francisco, 69, is from. The pair are already planning the big day and say they wouldn’t mind if the town’s mayor, Óscar Medina (PP), officiated. Medina welcomed them to the town hall on Tuesday and

16:00

Sport

Derby goal fest adds to Malaga's holiday cheer

Daryl Finch

...simulation. With the bit between his teeth, though, he wouldn’t be denied minutes later as he swept home, with the help of a deflection, Wissam Ben Yedder’s pullback. The goal granted Sevilla a degree of control they hadn’t enjoyed until that moment. In

15:46

Local

Population drain threatens Malaga’s smallest villages

...there. “We decided to live in a village because of the quality of life. Our children wouldn’t be able to grow up like this in a town or city. We eat vegetables which are grown by my parents, or friends,” she said. She pointed out that it would have ... Malaga, but we wouldn’t want to leave our children” Obdulia Puertas lives with her family in this small village, which has fewer than 200 inhabitants Obdulia Puertas, 59, admits that in terms of population Salares is about the same as any medium-sized ... said. Her husband, Plácido Ramos, who is 64, is a farmer and about to retire. “Sometimes I have thought about moving to Malaga to live, because we have an apartment there, but we wouldn’t want to leave the children. Also, my daughter-in-law, who is

15:25

Local

Dogs take to the promenade for Triple A

Rachel Amstrong MARBELLA

...wondering what’s happening, which is good to raise awareness.” Speaking to SUR in English, Lily stressed the fact that their work is not only for the animals, but also for the community. “Many years ago we wouldn’t be able to sit in a restaurant without

13:34

Opinion

Flied breakfast

Peter Edgerton

...it in. It’s a well-known fact that only the female mosquito buzzes and bites and generally causes a nuisance (you may draw your own conclusions, I wouldn’t dare), while the male of the species sits in a shed somewhere with an old train set and a six

13:22

LifeStyle

The ‘Houston’ for dogs and cats

CARLOTA EZQUIAGA

...their pets,” says Ana Ray. “We could treat many types of animal, even exotic ones or small mammals, but there are also logistical problems. We wouldn’t be able to get a horse onto the table, for example. We are limited by size.” It is not an easy

14:28

Opinion

Thought for your pennies

Peter Edgerton

...affected if they can’t do cash deals but drug takers wouldn’t be too happy either; after all, you can’t roll your mobile phone into a tube and stick it up your nose. Miserly people, by contrast, would be delighted because they could easily avoid tipping in ... become extinct because electronic transactions wouldn’t be worthwhile and, consequently, all of those brilliant Spanish kiosks which, as far as I can tell, only sell stuff that costs less than 20 cents would die out slowly like neglected dinosaurs.

14:48

LifeStyle

Sacked for donating

ANTONIO CORBILLÓN MADRID

...employers. Some potential donors are reluctant to go ahead because they fear they will lose their jobs"They said these had been voluntary tests and that I wasn't ill, so they wouldn't accept them. They said the only solution would be to apply for unpaid

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?

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

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

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

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.

15:03

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

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,

18:20

National

The hope of a better life

ÁLVARO FRÍAS

...been working in Maritime Rescue for 25 years and he knows well how the situation has been changing. "At first all the boats were made of wood and about 17 North Africans would travel in them, hoping we wouldn't spot them so they could reach the

17:02

Opinion

The snowflake generation

Peter Edgerton

It all came as a bit of a beautiful shock when snow fell on the Costa del Sol this week. Ok, I'm sure Captain Oates wouldn't have been too discombobulated at the intensity of the falling flakes but it it was quite a moment nonetheless. Snow is

15:57

Sport

Quite the turnaround

Rob Palmer OPINION

...type of player who wouldn't look out of place running Real Madrid's midfield, and soon may! Sevilla specialise in restoring players who have failed to express themselves in England, expressly Manchester City. Samir Nasri, didn't fit the Pep

14:44

LifeStyle

An unplanned but enjoyable career move

Jennie Rhodes

...have to stand down. I wouldn't have stood again but now I don't know whether I will be able to," she rues. Gwen adds that there are Brits living in Cómpeta who have already made the decision to go back to the UK. Approximately half of the population

17:09

Opinion

One piece of paper, three lives

IGNACIO LILLO

...using any other method that did not involve falsifying documents. Would the sentence have just been one year? So she wouldn't have had to go to jail with no criminal record? It's crazy. Justice has been done, yes, and we animal rights defenders are

10:31

Sport

All in a day's work

Rob Palmer

...was his last-minute equaliser against Villarreal and then the decisive freekick in the Copa del Rey against Bilbao. Where would they be without Messi? Well, they certainly wouldn't be in the title chase and out of the cup. As for Luis Enrique? He may

13:57

Sport

Romero: "I'm capable of taking this project forward"

Daryl Finch malaga cf

...since the departure of Javi Gracia. The 40-year-old wouldn't be drawn on how his team would play, only stating that the Blue and Whites would be "competitive" and "committed". Problem positions With a lengthy injury list, he will find it hard to find

10:04

LifeStyle

Boxing Day swim success

RACHEL ARMSTRONG

...the beach wouldn't be ready in time after the storms earlier in the month, the water was calmer than last year and the second edition of the swim received a much bigger turnout. Coordinators of the event were delighted as 16 swimmers braved the cold;