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10:36

Sport

Malaga's Paula Ruiz gets bronze medal in the Ría Navia descent

MARINA RIVAS

Some of the Malaga Olympians are still on holiday, but that does not mean that they have decided to resume sports activity for mere pleasure. This is the case of swimmer Paula Ruiz, who debuted in the last Tokyo Games with a credible 16th place in

17:10

What to do

Festivals, live music and theatre in Malaga province this summer

denise bush

Mijas. Every Wednesday, 12pm. Plaza Virgen de la Peña. Live flamenco performance weekly in the plaza. Flamenco La Herradura. 16, 17 July, 10pm. Plaza Independencia. With dancer Ivor Vargas on 16th and singer kiki Morente on 17th.

17:15

LifeStyle

A flag day for Sweden

Alekk M. Saanders

...blue-yellow banner with the Nordic cross goes back to the middle of the 16th century. The blue background symbolises perseverance, justice, and truth, while the gold/yellow cross demonstrates generosity. Malaga's first Swedish flag was apparently flown by

14:24

LifeStyle

The pineapple, the status symbol of Georgian Britain

LAURENCE CRUMBIE

...stuck in Spanish, the Portuguese gathered pineapples from Brazil and named them ananás after the Tupi nanas, meaning "excellent fruit". Thence the fruit spread across the globe throughout the 16th century. The Spanish took it to Africa and commenced

20:21

LifeStyle

Celebrating Orthodox Easter on the Costa del Sol

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Easter is usually celebrated later than Catholic Easter, because the church follows the old Julian calendar, unlike the Roman Catholic and Protestant churches, which have been using the Gregorian calendar since the 16th century. Besides Russia and

17:15

LifeStyle

‘Powder-throwing’ from home - pandemic won’t stop Carnival in Tolox

andrea Jiménez

Pandemic restrictions will not put a stop to the annual Carnival in the village of Tolox in Malaga Province. The local council has organised a celebration with a difference this year, which culminates in ‘Powder Day’ on Tuesday 16th February. ... their targets, with some even climbing up chimneys and removing window bars. However, some say that the tradition actually stems back a lot further, to the 16th Century. Supposedly, a Moorish girl and a Christian girl- both in love with the same man-

16:57

Local

Cabinet approval given to Sierra de las Nieves National Park bid

IGNACIO LILLO

...is completed the Sierra de las Nieves, which is already a Natural Park and Unesco Biosphere Reserve, will become Spain's 16th National Park and the first in Malaga province. This is particularly important because it will provide maximum protection