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A chestnut seller in Malaga city.
A chestnut seller in Malaga city. FRANCISCO HINOJOSA

The scent of autumn infuses the streets of Malaga

CRISTINA PINTO

The season has started for one of the most traditional family businesses at this time of year but sales are low due to Covid and warmer temperatures

'The sea and cancer both test your strength'
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'The sea and cancer both test your strength'

JUDITH ROMERO

Five women who have survived breast cancer are sailing round Spain from Bilbao to raise awareness of the illness. The women arrived in Malaga on Monday as part of their voyage

Broadcasting rights have always been an issue for La Liga.
Broadcasting rights have always been an issue for La Liga. reuters

A LOOK AT LA LIGA

Prepare for a revolution

Rob Palmer

'Project Big Picture' in England comes as a timely reminder to bosses in Spain that decisions made now will shape the future of professional football

THE MUSIC MAKER

Clothes encounters of the worst kind

Peter Edgerton

Peter Edgerton

It happens once every couple of years and brings me out in a cold sweat at the very thought but it can, I'm afraid, be put off no longer. I need to buy some new clothes

THE BOTTOM LINE

Back to the photos

Rachel Haynes

Rachel Haynes

In the (hopefully, not too distant) future, we will look back at photos from this year and know immediately they were taken during the "Covid era"

THE EURO ZONE

In the spotlight

Mark Nayler

Mark Nayler

Just as Madrid is now at the heated centre of the country's Covid crisis, it has so often been Corruption HQ for one of the least scrupulous parties in Europe

PET CARE

Garbage control

PETER HARRISON

Animals can easily be injured when trying to reach leftover food in a blown-over bin

A celebration of G&T and its Andalusian connections

A celebration of G&T and its Andalusian connections

Alekk M. Saanders

While Larios moved its production away from Malaga some years ago, gin is produced in numerous small distilleries around Andalucía. Ten years ago 19 October was declared International Gin and Tonic Day

The agencies say they have lost 90 per cent of their business this year.
The agencies say they have lost 90 per cent of their business this year. ñito salas

Refunds, a further ordeal for travel agencies already in crisis

JUAN SOTO

The businesses say they are trapped due to a lack of funds, because the money they have to refund to clients is still being held by airlines and tour operators

Clío Yusto Giner, María Rodríguez Molero, Flor Reiners, Marifé Núñez and Isolina Arbulu, together in the Yusto/Giner gallery.
Clío Yusto Giner, María Rodríguez Molero, Flor Reiners, Marifé Núñez and Isolina Arbulu, together in the Yusto/Giner gallery. JOSELE

Marbella aims to be the Golden Mile of modern art

Antonio Javier López

Half a dozen private galleries have opened in recent years, multiplying the opportunities in an area which has a sizeable community of international collectors