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13:28

Local

The Costa del Sol sets to work on minimising the effects of Brexit

MATÍAS STUBER

...market. The first, on which 175,000 euros is being jointly spent by Turismo Costa del Sol and Turismo Andaluz, will be launched before the end of this month. The second, much larger campaign, will come into effect specifically after 31 January. This one

13:10

Local

This is María at the age of 106

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...for her and another 14 pioneers by the Instituto Andaluz de la Mujer to celebrate the International Day of Rural Women. Born in 1913, all her memories are of a difficult life on the land and hard work with the animals. "I've worked like a slave.

10:55

LifeStyle

A timely excuse to celebrate a local writer in Malaga

Jennie Rhodes

...novels, many of which were inspired by his native Andalucía. Titles included, El Patio Andaluz, and El Copo. Rueda travelled to the Americas and the Philippines and it was at the Gran Teatro de la Habana, Cuba, on 4 October 1910, where he was officially

15:44

Gibraltar

Teatro Lírico Andaluz returns in autumn

Debbie Bartlett

Dates for the diary for lovers of operetta: October 2nd and 3rd, when the popular Teatro Lírico Andaluz will be performing 'La Dolorosa' at the John Mackintosh Hall as part of the Autumn Cultural Programme. The performances begin at 8pm and tickets, ... which cost £5, will be available from the John Mackintosh Hall from Monday 16 September, between 9am and 4pm. This annual 'zarzuela' will boast a stellar cast as well as a 24-piece orchestra. Teatro Lírico Andaluz is the only professional operatic

11:44

LifeStyle

The most desirable property on the western Costa del Sol

CHARO MÁRQUEZ / SUR

...eat the house itself, biscuits made using the same recipe were available. Visitors were also able to enjoy craft stalls and live music provided by Choir Andaluz, the choir from Colegio San José in Estepona and soloists from Sotogrande International