surinenglish

10:48

Breaking out of the vicious circle

Not until 'juggling' work and family is a task for both parents equally, will more women be able to crack that glass ceiling

Rachel Haynes

17:32

THE MUSIC MAKER

Mind your language

Just when I thought I was on an incessant march towards bilingual mastery, a game show brought me right back to square one

Peter Edgerton

17:25

THE BOTTOM LINE

Electing women

Can a woman be a prime minister or president in the giant and powerful USA, China, or Russia, or again, in Britain? And how long is it going to take?

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

17:23

THE EURO ZONE

Corruption's in the air

This week, Berlin-based Transparency International released their 2020 Corruption Perception Index (CPI), ranking Spain 32nd with a score of 62

Mark Nayler

20:41

ANALYSIS

Travel is dead! Long live travel!

Andrew Forbes

The bad news: travel looks to be officially over. The good news: everything could bounce back rapidly for Malaga's hospitality sector, which is ready and waiting

12:48

THE MUSIC MAKER

A comedy of errors

A TV series will usually come to an end because the writers feel there's nothing more to say on the subject and they don't want to recycle the same, tired tropes for all eternity

Peter Edgerton

12:47

THE EURO ZONE

Inner conflict

Instead of exploiting the weakness in the opposition PP, the PSOE-Podemos partnership is paralysing itself because of the two leaders' ideological differences

Mark Nayler

12:44

food & drink

Restaurant indicators

With law firms and financial institutions, inviting a job applicant to lunch often forms part of the selection process

ANDREW J. LINN

12:43

WILDLIFE

The importance of trees

PETER HARRISON

If the wind has blown a tree over on your land, do wildlife a favour and replace it as soon as possible

13:29

THE MUSIC MAKER

The way we were

El Cortijo De Pepe, another symbolic representation of how different Malaga used to be all those decades ago, announced its permanent closure this week

Peter Edgerton

13:26

THE EURO ZONE

Vanishing act

While there was no clear winner in last Sunday's Catalan election, there has been a notable loser - centrist Ciudadanos

Mark Nayler

13:25

THE BIGGER PICTURE

Know what you own and own what you know

The saddest chapters in the long history of investing speak of investors who were motivated by greed or simply tried too hard

JEREMY BLATCH (jb@ehh.gi)

13:24

Sex or sherry?

While lockdown has hampered sales of beer and wine, more people are turning to sex toys and sherry

ANDREW J. LINN

13:21

PET CARE

FeLV, a common cat disease

Strong and healthy cats can fight back and survive, but of already weakened cats, 90 per cent will develop persistent infections and die of related diseases or leukaemia itself

ERNY HARRISON