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18:49

Travel

The Ouirgane valley - the unspoilt base for High Atlas holidaying

Andrew Forbes

...is exceptional. Its elevated position offers commanding views across the entire plateau with 360 degree panoramas that take in the snow-capped High Atlas. The L’Amandier Hotel & Villas has been a labour of love for its British owners, who found the

10:04

Sport

The story so far

Rob Palmer

As the Liga season takes a break, it's a time for reflection and a look at who has caught the eye in the first half of the season. It says plenty about the competiveness of the Spanish league when I can cast from most clubs to make up my team of t

10:04

Opinion

The story so far

Rob Palmer

As the Liga season takes a break, it's a time for reflection and a look at who has caught the eye in the first half of the season. It says plenty about the competiveness of the Spanish league when I can cast from most clubs to make up my team of t

10:04

Travel

Bread with oil - understanding Mallorca

Andrew Forbes travel

...touch for a classic 'pa amb oli'. Travel across the Mallorca and you see various additions to bread with oil that reflect local tastes, including figs, cured ham, capers and rock samphire, the sea fennel that is still harvested on the north west coast.

13:51

Local

Costa del Sol welcomes the new year with full hotels and long queues in the shops

P. MARTÍNEZ / J. SOTO MALAGA

Costa del Sol hoteliers rounded off an excellent year for business in 2016 with record high occupancies over the New Year's Eve weekend. Hotels across Malaga province were expecting to be 88 percent full, an increase of five points on 2015. The ... gala meals were faced with equally eye-watering prices across Marbella and the surrounding area. First prize for luxury dining went to the Marbella Club where the fixed price menu and open bar on New Year's Eve had a price tag of 620 euros per person.

13:51

Local

The Three Kings bring seasonal cheer and extra policing

SUR IN ENGLISH MALAGA

It was easy for the Three Wise Men to follow the Star in the East across mainland Spain last night, as clear skies ensured perfect conditions for the annual parades welcoming Their Majesties. The only umbrellas to be seen were the upturned ones ... floats. The government said that 100,000 National Police officers, in uniform and plain clothes, would be on duty. Children across the Costa del Sol were also able to get a glimpse of the Three Kings and hand over their last minute letters to pages or

13:51

Local

Bakers on overtime to get 'roscones' ready

JUAN SOTO MALAGA

...and Batman. El Corte Inglés department store bid to attract more customers this year by hiding 251 gold ingots in its 'roscones' across Spain. Each ingot weighs a gramme and is worth 47 euros except for one that weighs one ounce and worth 1,130

13:53

National

Catalonia starts 2017 making headlines in a crunch political year

SUR IN ENGLISH MALAGA

The increasingly complicated political situation in Catalonia was brought to the fore this week with headlines across Spain drawing attention to ruling regional politicians' plans to hold a referendum on independence in September . A referendum

13:57

Sport

Romero: "I'm capable of taking this project forward"

Daryl Finch malaga cf

Marcelo 'Gato' Romero was presented as Juande Ramos' replacement as head coach last Friday and was keen to get on with business. He came across as humble, yet showed conviction that he is the right man for the job. He is, after all, not a beginner

13:59

LifeStyle

Orion the hunter

KEN CAMPBELL the night sky

...supernova any time now. In fact it may already have exploded and as it is 650 light years away we are just waiting for the light to get here. The three stars that form a perfect straight line mark Orion's belt across his waist. If you look very carefully ... light years across and over 1,400 light years from the Earth. Orion is such an easy constellation to find that it can be used as a signpost to find other stars and constellations nearby. Follow the three stars in the belt up and to the right and you ... will come across the bright red coloured star Aldebaran which marks the red eye of Taurus the bull as it bears down onto Orion. Now follow the three stars in the belt down and to the left this time and you will come across Sirius the brightest star in

09:18

Local

The cold is coming to the Costa del Sol

I. Lillo / R. Aparicio

...in the weather across the country. Frost is expected throughout mainland Spain, except for the coast and mountain temperatures could go down to -10ºC or even -15ºC in parts of the Pyrenees. Temperatures are expected to pick up slightly by Friday.

09:21

Gibraltar

Yanito - a tale of two languages

ASH Bolton

...some across the border in the Spanish town of La Línea. It involves a lot of jumping back and forth from English to Spanish and can be difficult for both Spanish or English speakers to follow. However, Yanito, which is spoken by only a few thousand

09:22

Travel

The cities above the clouds

andrew forbes travel

...cross, or terracotta bulls. The valley produces some of the best maize in the world, a crop well suited to this altitude, and the quality is in demand in markets across the world. In the autumn you can see large white cobs drying in the sun. The women

10:12

Local

The cultivation of pecan nuts set to extend across the Guadalhorce

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

The pecan nut originates from North America and Mexico however it wasn’t appreciated for its fruit until the nineteenth century when the first pecan plantations were planted in America’s mid west. The pecan (Carya illinoensis) arrived in Europe in th

10:12

Local

Brits among those held for violent ATM attacks across Costa area

Antonio Javier López

Police and government officials gave more details last weekend of the gang that was recently arrested for a string of violent bank cashpoint robberies across Malaga province over the last few months. National Police and Guardia Civil arrested five

10:12

LifeStyle

A first taste of the land of his dreams

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...and limbless beggars; of swaggering, penniless bullfighters and rootless coachmen forever driving horses across its dusty, barren plains. Lee’s love of Andalucía was inherently English; fundamentally, he loved its otherness, its almost violent

10:12

Local

Costa del Sol lights up for Christmas

sur

Sightseers and shoppers of all ages packed the streets across Malaga province last night as colourful lighting displays were switched on to entice us all into shops and to get us in the festive spirit. Malaga city centre The capital of the

10:30

Travel

Scottish Capital Gains

Andrew Forbes TRAVEL

...city centre hill walking, affording wonderful views across Edinburgh to the Firth of the Forth and beyond. After a morning’s hike up to the top, followed by a rewarding lunch in town, then you’ll feel like catching a movie matinee at the Filmhouse.

10:31

Local

Police break up fruit and veg operation

EFE.

...half of whom are Spanish and the other half Romanian, were arrested in Almeria. In total the gang stole 26,500 kilos of fruit and vegetables across the three provinces, including in Vélez-Málaga on 9 November 2016.

10:32

What to do

San Antón celebrated with fire and fervour

SUR

Bonfires, stone throwing, races, romerías and pet shows across Spain will mark the Fiesta de San Antonio de Abad or San Antón from this week until the end of the month. INFORMATION Malaga. 22 January. Maro. 14, 15, 17 January. Mijas. 17

13:23

What to do

Exhibitions and galleries

Denise Bush what to do

...and which are bucolic scenes from across the province. Joaquín Torres-Gracía Malaga. Until 5 February, Museo Picasso Málaga A retrospective exhibition of work by Joaquín Torres-García; from his early work in Barcelona at the end of the 19th

17:09

Opinion

Media, pundits and pollsters trumped by the people

JEREMY BLATCH

...negotiations for Brexit are being made difficult by millions of Brits who felt aggrieved, even disenfranchised, by the result of the 2016 referendum to leave the EU. Will the "populist nationalist wave" that is moving across Europe and the US sweep France

12:25

LifeStyle

A tasty treasure in Torremolinos

TONY BRYANT TORREMOLINOS

On clearing out his mother's apartment after her death in 2005, one of Pepe's long-time friends came across a small paper fan. This fan was made in 1969 and was used in a promotional campaign to advertise the Pérez Texeira bodegas during the feria.

13:03

Local

Nerja cave discoverers reunited for 58th time

Eugenio Cabezas NERJA

...fifth discoverer, José Luis Barbero, who died in 2007. The boys, all from Maro, came across the caves on 12 January 1959 while playing in the area.

14:44

LifeStyle

An unplanned but enjoyable career move

Jennie Rhodes

...if you go I go'." They bought a small village house and moved to Cómpeta permanently in 2003, driving across Europe in a transit van along with their pet parrots. Gwen says of the decision that at the beginning it was "hard for me as I had always

14:45

What to do

This week in the galleries

Denise Bush what to do

...canvases completed over the last five years and which are bucolic scenes from across the province. Joaquín Torres-García Malaga. Until 5 February, Museo Picasso Málaga A retrospective exhibition of work by Joaquín Torres-García; from his early work in

18:00

Sport

Malaga react, but with no reward

Daryl Finch MALAGA CF

...of Carlos Kameni in the opening exchanges, first raising question marks over his footwork when the Portuguese closed him down, then sent scrambling across his goalline by a deep cross to Lucas Vázquez who ought to have done better with his ... his composure to control the ball and loft it beyond the scrambling defenders on the goalline. Chory almost found the equaliser, again attacking down the left, but Navas palmed his shot across goal out for a corner. Malaga continued to press but

11:48

What to do

And all that jazz

Jennie Rhodes Nerja

...become easily recognisable on TV and radio across the continent. The seven-piece ensemble which includes the banjo, clarinet, drums, trombone, trumpet, tuba and piano, teamed up with New Orleans-born jazz vocalist Tricia Boutté in 2001. The band have a

14:14

National

Borrowers prepare to claim for 'floor clause' overpayments

NURIA TRIGUERO / SUR malaga

Banks across Spain are busy getting ready for an expected avalanche of customers seeking refunds on mortgage overpayments. Last week, the national government approved strict rules for banks returning money to up to 1.4 million people who paid too

14:38

National

Left-wing parties get ready to debate which direction to take

SUR Madrid

In an echo of what is happening in left-wing parties across Europe, Spain's Podemos and PSOE are both still locked in separate internal debates about their futures. Podemos, which grew rapidly from a popular street movement to almost overtake the

14:40

National

Rural wardens shot by hunter with no permit

C.R. barcelona

There was widespread shock and grief across Catalonia this week after the presumed cold-blooded killing of two countryside wardens. The officers were patrolling a rural zone when they approached an early-morning hunter to ask for his shooting

18:29

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush what to do

...which are bucolic scenes from across the province. Joaquín Torres-García Malaga. Until 5 February, Museo Picasso Málaga A retrospective exhibition of work by Joaquín Torres-García; from his early work in Barcelona at the end of the 19th century up

18:29

Local

'Piercing' the Porcupine sees again

Ignacio LIllo Malaga

...then comes across a serval, a wild cat from Africa, as both pretend to hunt the other, before Piercing manages to escape back to his den. "Even with very limited vision, due to his training Piercing was able to judge distance and could roughly guess

18:42

What to do

Rock 'n' rollin'

Tony Bryant

...performances by some of the most popular musicians from across Europe and America. The festival kicks off with a special presentation at the Barracuda Hotel on Wednesday 1 February. The show, which is free, begins at 9pm. The main events of the festival

13:19

Local

Government taking longer to refund tax, say some advisers

NURIA TRIGUERO Malaga

...limit has expired". According to tax office statistics in Malaga, 10.45 per cent of money due had still to be returned at the end of 20126, compared to 5.95 per cent across Spain. Tax officials have denied there is any special reason, citing routine