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Women's Day march - fewer voices, same message

Ana Pérez Bryan / juan Soto

Some 15,000 people called for equal rights and an end to violence in the 8 March demonstration in Malaga on Sunday

The Women's Day March in Malaga.
The Women's Day March in Malaga. MiGUE FERNÁNDEZ

Atajate pays tribute to its women

Atajate pays tribute to its women
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susana zamora

The smallest village in Malaga province has recognised the work of women by installing plaques with their names outside 200 houses

THE BOTTOM LINE

Scaremongering

Daryl Finch

Daryl Finch

When presented with facts that don't necessarily chime with our viewpoint, we're much more inclined to dismiss it à la Donald Trump as "fake news" or, in the case of the coronavirus, "scaremongering"

food & drink

False friends

ANDREW J. LINN

To 'invite' someone to a meal in Spain can often lead to misunderstandings

THE MUSIC MAKER

The Village Dream Preservation Society

Peter Edgerton

Peter Edgerton

Bar-shops are a novel new idea attempting to halt the declining population of rural villages

Intu the storm

PETER SANDERSON

The UK company behind the new commercial and leisure development planned for Torremolinos have work to do to avoid the types of tailbacks blighting the Plaza Mayor extension

Women on the island of Kinhu.
Women on the island of Kinhu. SUR

Living under the rule of women

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Zamarramala and Kinhu. The Spanish town and the Estonian island both put women in the driving seat, but in different ways

THE EURO ZONE

Front line politics

Mark Nayler

Mark Nayler

Spain's fledgling coalition has managed to secure parliamentary approval for key fiscal plans - these, however, are the least controversial pieces of legislation they will attempt to ratify