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20:02

Travel

Senegal

ANDREW FORBES

...colonial architecture of Senegal. It is also the place where visitors learn about the horrors of the slave trade. Senegal is at Africa's most western point - closest to the Americas. It is also positioned between the north and south. In the 16th century

10:46

Education

Benalmádena school, pioneers in sustainable development

JUAN SOTO

...was made official at the 16th meeting of the CIFAL Global Network, part of the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), in Malaga earlier this month. It was attended by delegations from 17 countries, including UNITAR's executive

11:55

Local

Unicaja to pay for work to 16th century convent

Eugenio Cabezas

...hall for a licence requesting permission to modernise the 16th century convent so that it complies with health and safety laws to open it to the public. The move comes after campaigning by a citizens' group which is concerned about the future of the

12:17

Local

16th-century wall moved for Metro

sur in english

Part of the wall of the 16th-century San Lorenzo fort has been moved in order to make way for the new metro tunnel on Malaga's Alameda.

08:20

Sport

Nadal wins the US Open to claim 16th Grand Slam title

CHARLES DOWLES MALAGA

31-year-old South African, Kevin Anderson, was no match for the pace and skill of Spaniard Rafael Nadal on Sunday night and suffered a straight-sets defeat in his first major final. Nadal, ranked number one in the world, now has an incredible 16 G

11:14

Local

New boutique hotel to open in Marbella old town by the summer

Nieves Castro

A new boutique hotel will open in Calle Ancha in Marbella's old town by next summer. To be known as Maison Ardois, it will occupy a 16th century mansion that is currently being restored. The 4.5-million-euro property development is being carried

18:23

LifeStyle

A look through the lens on medieval combat

charlotte way

Medieval combat, as practised today, is a full-contact fighting sport. Weapons are exact replicas of what were used in the 15th and 16th centuries, with the single difference being their blunted edge. Contestants do not escape from risk entirely,

15:14

Local

Nao Victoria calls at Alcaidesa Marina on European tour

SUR La Línea

A replica of the Nao Victoria, the 16th century vessel which was the first to sail around the world, is now open to the public at the Alcaidesa Marina. The decks of the sailing ship can be visited at the port from today until Tuesday 28th February

14:46

LifeStyle

Peppers, from fire to sweetness

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Francisco de Herbón monastery (La Coruña) between the 16th and 17th centuries, gives its name to a variety, but the DOP for this pepper is 'Pimiento de Herbón'. There are four other varieties protected in Galicia, all small or medium sized green peppers:

15:05

Sport

Malaga pick up their first win of pre-season

Antonio Góngora

Malaga's players received a welcome boost of confidence on Wednesday as they picked up their first victory of pre-season, seeing off Melilla in Benahavís. Moroccan winger Hicham scored the only goal of the game in the 16th minute after being

13:15

Sport

Azahara Muñoz, the talisman for Europe

EFE/SUR GOLF

Law beat America's Ally McDonald at the 16th hole, giving the European team an advantage, then Pettersen remained equal with Marina Alex at the 17th. And then came the European victory: Law beat McDonald at the 17th, giving her a two-hole advantage and

23:16

Sport

Three goals seal third-place finish for Malaga

Daryl Finch

The hosts then had a golden chance to double their lead in the 16th minute when a neat one-two between Harper and Hicham came to nothing after they left the ball to each other with the goal at their mercy. The ball, however, fell for captain Federico

13:32

Local

Dogs take centre stage at Torremolinos pet contest

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos hosted the 16th edition of the Concurso de Mascotas on Wednesday. More than 20 dogs, from Chihuahuas to poodles and German shepherds took part in the competition staged in the Plaza La Nogalera. Organised by the Local Police and

21:58

Travel

The wine road trip insider guide

Andrew Forbes

Cáceres STAY: Hotel NH Collection Cáceres Palacio de Oquendo This modern hotel retains features of the 16th-century Palacio de Oquendo, including the original façade, historic internal patio courtyard and vaulted ceilings, complemented with

20:12

Sport

Malaga Femenino put up a good fight against third placed Levante

MARINA rIVAS

...takes Malaga to the bottom of the women’s Iberdrola league, in 16th place, with just 17 points after 24 games. Their next game is a vital one as they play away to fellow strugglers, 15th placed Madrid CFF, on Sunday 24 March.

09:37

Sport

Final-day win seals Copa place for Marbella

opta

...best in the club's history. We had one objective: to finish seventh. We've done that and in doing so only conceded six goals and with just one defeat in Cartegena." For their part, Jumilla finished in 16th place and must compete in a play-off in order

22:22

Travel

Mesmerising Malta

ASH BOLTON

...and having a wander around, my first impressions were that the islands are steeped in history. Valletta is officially Europe's smallest capital, but despite its small size, it punches above its weight in the tourism department. Built in the 16th

23:59

Sport

Ten-man Malaga keep play-off hopes alive

Daryl Finch

...even when Adrián gave the hosts the lead from the penalty spot after Ibra tangled with Javi Ontiveros on the corner of the area in the 16th minute, few could have predicted what was to follow. 3 Malaga Adrián (16', pen), Ontiveros (45'), Cifu

13:23

Local

Restoration work for Casares church

C. MÁRQUEZ.

...works, as the building is a 16th century protected structure. The church's priest, José Antonio Melgar, has explained that the works will be undertaken this spring, after an agreement has been made, and should be finished before the saint's day

16:42

What to do

Sweet black molasses and May crosses

Jennie Rhodes

...recipes. El Ingenio Nuestra Señora del Carmen is the only working molasses factory in Europe. However, from the 16th until the early 20th Century Malaga province was home to a number of such buildings. In the 16th Century the Frigiliana Ingenio was home

13:51

LifeStyle

The long history of 'butter' in Spain

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...by Juan Vallés, from Navarra, explained the method used to obtain sheep fat in the 16th century, and a hundred years later royal chef Francisco Martínez Motiño (as well as giving several recipes using 'manteca de vacas'), explained how to remove the

12:55

Sport

New coach brought in for Marbella after defeat against league leaders

OPTA

...leaves them 16th in Group IV of Segunda División B and in need of a run of wins to avoid the threat of relegation at the end of the season. To their credit, however, the Costa del Sol side deserved at least a draw on their visit to UCAM Murcia, who

11:30

LifeStyle

A saint who became Santa

Tony Bryant

...unlike the saint, Santa was a non-religious character. Father Christmas, dates back to the 16th century during the reign of Henry VIII. He was portrayed as a large man in green robes lined with fur who typified the spirit of good cheer at Christmas.

14:36

Sport

From El Tel to Gran Sam?

Rob Palmer

...but he has a pretty unimpressive CV and the tradition of appointing from within almost cost them last season when Cuco Ziganda managed only a 16th-place finish. The Athletic dilemma is unique. The club is cash rich. In the past 11 months Aymeric

15:52

Sport

Malaga CF to take on Nottingham Forest in first preseason friendly

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

Movement may be slow, but things are showing signs of coming together behind the scenes at Malaga CF as a busy week approaches. This week the club announced a number of preseason friendlies. PREPARATION Monday 16th. Nottingham Forest, at the

14:20

Sport

England stun Spain and throw Nations League group wide open

Daryl Finch

Busquets pushed upfield to press Jordan Pickford in the 16th minute, the Everton keeper's long ball found Kane in the space vacated by the Barcelona anchorman. Kane set Rashford away down the left as Sterling peeled away on the far side, picked out with an

16:17

LifeStyle

The sweet history of turrón

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...meat was prohibited. By the mid-16th century the Christmas tables of the powerful included a variety of turrones. At that time turrón had become a completely Spanish dish, as Dr Francisco Núñez de Coria wrote in 1572 in his 'Aviso de sanidad', a

13:33

Sport

Azahara Muñoz takes second place in the Open de España

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ

...distance from the Dutch player from six strokes to two. However, just when she thought she had successfully got over the most difficult part, an error at the 16th hole put Muñoz out of the game. Van Dam had become more hesitant by then, barely managing

14:13

LifeStyle

Lions help get kids outdoors

sur MIJAS

(generosidad). Children aged between four and eleven meet every evening from Tuesday to Friday for activities and games that bring them in contact with nature and the outdoors. The next Lions event will be the Fashion Show and Spring Fayre on May 16th at the

18:07

LifeStyle

The Malaga fine art collection makes way for Picasso

Daryl Finch 1 september 1997

...years later. Located in the Buenavista palace in Malaga city centre, the Fine Arts Museum had to give up its space to the Museo Picasso de Málaga which to this day still occupies the complex built in the first half of the 16th century on the ruins of ... a Nasrid palace. While the Picasso museum thrived, becoming the most-visited gallery in Andalucía, the displaced collection (comprising around 2,000 artworks from between the 16th and 20th centuries) struggled to find a home and remained in storage

21:26

LifeStyle

Gazing at Malaga from the decks of a galleon

PABLO MARINETTO

...replica of the galleons used by the Spanish for their maritime expeditions between the 16th and 18th centuries. Together with two other sailing ships, Nao Victoria and Nao Santa María - which is still being built, it is one of a collection managed by ... “to appreciate the challenges and feats of the Spanish sailors centuries ago,” says foundation representative Fernando Viota. “A visit to the ship is full of symbolism.” Malaga was also the birthplace of one of the greatest explorers of the 16th

14:55

Local

Sierra de las Nieves national park plan gets green light from government

FERNANDO TORRES

...area, located inland from the Costa del Sol towards Ronda, will be the 16th area with national park status in Spain and the third in Andalucía, after the Sierra Nevada and Doñana. The Sierra de las Nieves has until now been protected as a 'parque

12:25

LifeStyle

Holy Week around the region

sur

Almeria resemble those of the Levante area rather than the rest of Andalucía, because they are not as old. In this area the first Christian manifestations didn't begin until the 16th century. Some of the highlights of the week are the Gatherings of the ... Brotherhoods and Resurrection Sunday. Music also plays an important role, especially the Gregorian chants on Good Friday. The oldest religious brotherhood in Almeria is La Soledad, which was founded in the 16th century and holds its procession on Good

12:32

Gibraltar

Tickets now on sale online for Gibraltar Literary Festival

DEBBIE BARTLETT

Thursday 16th. Another speaker on the Thursday will be Ingrid Seward, Editor in Chief of 'Majesty' magazine, whose book 'My Husband and I' will be published to coincide with the 70th wedding anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip on 20

10:57

LifeStyle

Colourful capsicums, sweet and peppery versatility

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

The indigenous Americans called the fruit 'chili' but the Spanish and the Portuguese called them 'pimiento' and 'pimenta do Brasil'. They were first cultivated in Spain in the 16th century. In Andalucía production is concentrated in Almería with