surinenglish

18:39

Buy local

I've been wondering lately if there exists an equivalent of the boy scouts in China because if ever there was an example of being prepared, it's our local multi-purpose Chinese shop

Peter Edgerton

18:34

Bubbles

As we scratch the surface of the debate about the consequences of holiday rentals, it's as if we've gone back to the discussions of a decade ago

Héctor Barbotta

18:19

the euro zone

Madrid versus Barcelona

Catalonia's key economic argument for splitting from Spain is that the national government in Madrid milks Catalans dry

Mark Nayler

18:13

brexit view

The hardest season

The August burst of UK government papers shows that future relationship talks are crucial

mik woolley

18:11

brit back

Harvest

In the UK fruit and veg are abundant at this time of year, unlike in Riogordo

POLLY RODGER BROWN

17:42

A month on Marbs

The events of the last few weeks in Marbella show just how precarious a mayor’s position is

Rachel Haynes

17:40

Forever autumn

The month of September ushers in a marvellous period offering everything that's good about living in Malaga

Peter Edgerton

17:33

Risky business

The DBRS says it is "very unlikely" it will change its rating for Spain if Catalans vote for independence

Mark Nayler

17:47

Kellys

Hidden behind those record figures of the industry that turns the wheels of this province's economy is job instability and an unequal and unfair sharing out of the pie

alberto gómez

17:44

A whisper to the wise

There's something fascinating and vital about Malaga and its incessant racket because it makes you feel extraordinarily alive

Peter Edgerton

17:42

Withstanding the damage

Barcelona is a city "that represents, like no other, a spirit of open space, democracy and plurality"

Mark Nayler

17:51

the euro zone

Losing touch

The Catalonian president's bullish tactics in pushing the independence movement forward suggest he is not bothered by polls

Mark Nayler

18:53

Set in stone

There's no point in drawing up a rigid list of songs that you're going to stick to come hell or high water when the very nature of most concerts is that they are totally unpredictable

Peter Edgerton

18:44

Taking the credit

How much credit can Rajoy's government take for Spain’s dazzling macroeconomic performance this year?

Mark Nayler