Editorials

Four more years

Obama’s sober good sense deserves another mandate; Mitt Romney remains an unknown

TENNIS

Ferrer: the new master

Spaniard takes his first ATP 1000 event title in Paris "Somehow I knew this time was my turn to win a first Masters title"

PUBLIC CALENDAR REFORM

Changes to the holiday calendar will have to wait until 2014

Most holidays in 2013 won't need to be changed because they fall on Friday or Monday CEOE businessmen's group says that productivity drops the day after a long weekend

TRAGEDY IN MADRID

Halloween concert stampede claims a fourth teenage victim

Belén Langdon del Real, 17, died from injuries sustained in crush at Madrid Arena

CINEMA

'The Impossible' becomes Spain's most successful film

Movie has raked in 27.5 million euros, outpacing Amenábar's 'The Others'

OBITUARY

"Last Socrates" makes final exit

Spanish writer and controversial thinker Agustín García Calvo dies aged 86

URBAN PLANNING

The city planner's illegal home

Half of the 80,000 inhabitants of Chiclana live in houses for which no building permit was granted They now find themselves trapped in a nightmarish legal limbo

URBAN PLANNING

The town that wasn't meant to be

Valdeluz should have had 30,000 inhabitants but has only a tenth of that Residents are making the best of things in wake of property boom turned to bust

OPINION

The art of yea and nay

Architecture is a complex art due to the factors it embraces, and to the difficulty of understanding it

BUSINESS
OPINION

Catalan perplexity

When I hear our premier Mas say that the road to independence runs through "unknown terrain," my hair stands on end