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Malaga packs out for its summer fair

SUR / LUCY NEWBY

This year's Feria de Málaga, which kicked off on Wednesday, is the longest ever, running until next Saturday

A packed-out Plaza de la Constitución on Thursday.
A packed-out Plaza de la Constitución on Thursday. SUR

Malaga's busy Alameda reopens as wide pedestrianised boulevard

F. JIMÉNEZ / I. LILLO

The Marquis of Larios statue has had finishing touches added to its restoration, although some of the area's landscaping still needs to be completed

Walkways have been laid out either side and buses will use the central carriageways.
Walkways have been laid out either side and buses will use the central carriageways. ÑITO SALAS
Neymar brings with him talent, but also a lot of baggage.
Neymar brings with him talent, but also a lot of baggage. efe

A LOOK AT LA LIGA

Do your due diligence

Rob Palmer

Barcelona and Real Madrid know exactly what Neymar is like; but that doesn't seem to be putting them off

Sergio García was one of the most outstanding stars at the most recent edition in June.
Sergio García was one of the most outstanding stars at the most recent edition in June. SUR

Big ambitions for the future of the Andalucía Masters

ALBERTO GÓMEZ MALAGA

The tournament's organisers are working on ways to increase the prize money to attract more high-profile golfers

Five diets with the backing of science

Diets constantly come into and go out of fashion.
Diets constantly come into and go out of fashion. SUR

ELENA MARTÍN LÓPEZ MALAGA.

"A diet may go viral but that doesn't always mean it will work," warns nutritionist Rubén Bravo

Practically impossible

Peter Edgerton

Peter Edgerton

It must just be a left brain/right brain thing.

Sticking plasters

Jennie Rhodes

Jennie Rhodes

The Bishop's decision to move Father Jesús and the sentencing of one 16-year-old does not tackle the root of the problem

THE EURO ZONE

What to do?

Mark Nayler

Mark Nayler

Come the end of the holidays, prime minister Pedro Sánchez's to-do list will be miles long

REVIEW

Too perverse for words

GEORGINA OLIVER

'Perversity. Femmes Fatales in Modern Art (1880-1950)' is the Thyssen's summer crowd-puller

Huge bundles of used  plastic arrive at the factory.
Huge bundles of used plastic arrive at the factory. MIGUE FERNÁNDEZ

From plastic bags to piping for irrigation

IGNACIO LILLO MALAGA

Malaga-based Replasur uses a thousand tonnes of material provided by industrial launderettes and packaging companies for its products every year

Bernardo de Gálvez: from oblivion to fame

Bernardo de Gálvez: from oblivion to fame
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Manuel Olmedo

It may be 273 years since he was born in Macharaviaya but new details or aspects of the military leader's character and life seem to come to light almost every day

PET CARE

Keeping pets safe in the extreme heat

PETER HARRISON

Owners get fined but that does not help the poor animals who suffer for hours in oven-like cars

THE BIGGER PICTURE

Are bonds really safer than stocks?

JEREMY BLATCH

Conventional investment wisdom and modern portfolio theory say that fixed-interest securities are safer than equities - but is that necessarily true?