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The Euro Zone opinion

Mark Nayler

No size fits all

Protesting farmers have drawn the EU's attention to the fact that its greenhouse emissions and carbon reduction targets just aren't working on the ground - literally

  • 16 Feb 2024 14:22

    The Music Maker opinion

    Peter Edgerton

    Identity crisis

    That piece of plastic that has been sitting next to the supermarket points card that I've never once used for the last seven years? Gone? How? Why? Who? Where?

  • 16 Feb 2024 14:19

    The Bottom Line opinion

    Manuel Vilas

    Marvels made in Spain

    The fruit and vegetables grown in Spain are among the greatest triumphs of man on this earth, writes Manuel Vilas

  • 09 Feb 2024 18:46

    The Bottom Line opinion

    Ignacio Lillo

    Water that doesn't fall from heaven

    For it to really do some good, it would have to rain for at least a month, and that, unfortunately, is not on the horizon

  • 09 Feb 2024 18:42

    The Euro Zone opinion

    Mark Nayler

    Border control

    According to Spanish officials, some of the 200 million euros earmarked for Mauritania will be used to bolster its border-control authorities

  • 09 Feb 2024 18:40

    To use 'tú' or not to use 'tú'

    The perennial bug bear in Spanish of choosing 'usted' (formal) or 'tú' (informal) when addressing somebody directly rears its utterly confusing head with disturbing regularity

  • 02 Feb 2024 19:37

    The Euro Zone

    Mark Nayler

    No change

    Spain still has a "serious problem" with corruption, according to Transparency International's latest Corruption Perception Index (CPI), released this week

  • 02 Feb 2024 19:34

    The Music Maker

    Peter Edgerton

    The plastic Oh No! band

    Leafing idly through the Spanish newspapers the other day, I stumbled across an astonishing statistic - approximately 40% of Spain's population has undergone some kind of "medicinal aesthetic treatment", writes columnist Peter Edgerton

  • 02 Feb 2024 19:30

    The Bottom Line

    Ignacio Lillo

    Hollow aspirations

    In Malaga, we can't aspire to be part of the technology of the future with a transport mobility system that is stuck in the past...

  • 26 Jan 2024 19:38

    The Bottom Line

    Fergal Macerlean

    Water planning in Spain

    Since 1980, the average available water in Spain has decreased by 12% and projections indicate that by 2050 there may be a further decrease of between 14% and, even an unthinkable, 40%

  • 26 Jan 2024 19:37

    The Euro Zone

    Mark Nayler

    Practically impossible

    Along with the EU, the UK, US and UN all claim that a dual-state arrangement is the most viable option for peace in the Middle East. The trouble is that neither of the protagonists supports the idea

  • 26 Jan 2024 17:17

    The Music Maker

    Peter Edgerton

    The future's bright

    A recent study has shown that a group of little children - aged from three to seven - were easily able to outwit the best technology has to offer in many problem-solving tasks

  • 19 Jan 2024 18:55

    Investments

    Jeremy Blatch

    Costs matter!

    In the investing world, fees should not be overlooked - they can eat into your returns, writes Jeremy Blatch

  • 19 Jan 2024 18:52

    The Music Maker

    Peter Edgerton

    Doing your homework

    Peter Edgerton has had mixed results with online instructional videos, successfully managing to repair a washing machine door and a toilet cistern. But there have been some DIY disasters...

  • 19 Jan 2024 17:43

    The Euro Zone

    Mark Nayler

    A sound investment

    Foreign investors have become so accustomed to governmental deadlocks and zombie administrations in Spain that they simply don't notice them anymore, writes Mark Nayler

  • 19 Jan 2024 17:39

    The Bottom Line

    Jennie Rhodes

    Is democracy dying?

    British citizens are now able to register to vote in UK general and by-elections. Of course, this comes eight years too late for those who were unable to vote in the 2016 Brexit referendum

  • 12 Jan 2024 16:29

    The Bottom Line opinion

    Ignacio Lillo

    Clear runway to the future

    The excellent planning by Aena for Malaga Airport should be news in itself. On the Costa del Sol, things normally only get done when the pressure becomes unbearable and they become obsolete shortly after their inauguration, requiring demands for expansion

  • 12 Jan 2024 16:15

    The Euro Zone opinion

    Mark Nayler

    Please come home

    The reason for the mass corporate exodus in the first place was political uncertainty caused by Catalan separatists, why would these businesses come back if there is still a possibility of more of the same in the near or medium-term future?

  • 12 Jan 2024 16:13

    The Music Maker

    Peter Edgerton

    A pronounced accent

    It's fascinating how people from different cultures find particular words in foreign languages difficult - no, impossible - to pronounce. This is mine... writes Peter Edgerton

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