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14:59

Local

New designer outlet mall at Plaza Mayor advertises over 100 new jobs

N. TRIGUERO / I. MÉNDEZ

...for. The highest profile one is for sales consultants and, as well as looking for people with experience, they are also asking for fluency in Spanish and English. Priority will be given to those with other languages such as Arabic or Russian. The

16:08

What to do

Luna Mora: a fusion of Andalusian cultures in Guaro

Tony Bryant

The festival, which is celebrating its 23rd anniversary, presents a programme of activities that includes Sephardic music, Arabic and flamenco dance performances, street entertainers, storytelling, a Moorish-style souk and workshops that focus on the

11:43

LifeStyle

Puff pastry, magic in layers

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...angels' hair and pumpkin and combined with meringue, custard and cream. The famous puff pastries from Guarromán (Jaén), also probably the result of this tradition, are still made in Arabic wood-fired ovens in some bakeries, although the improvements to the

15:03

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Museum acquires 18th-century Henry Cowper watch

Debbie Bartlett

...this watch is embossed with classical figures surrounded by the typical C-scrolls of the 18th century, and the elegant white enamelled dial has Arabic and Roman numerals. The watch shows signs of having been well-worn and loved over the years. The

13:06

Opinion

Words and dogs

peter harrison

...home. I needed a guard dog so I learned ten words in Arabic. It worked a treat as I knew only those words and did not know their variants. What is the most important command a dog should learn? In my opinion it is "Here" or "Come", one or the other and

16:17

LifeStyle

The sweet history of turrón

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

Spanish sweet-making. Arabic roots This was all thanks to the Moors, who, apart from conquering the land, knew how to win over people's palates. Readers are probably familiar with halva, a typical sweet in Islamic countries made with semolina and ... dried fruits or nuts, which is remarkably similar to our traditional bars of turrón. In fact the word 'halva' is how Father Pedro de Alcalá translated the word 'turrón' in his Arabic-Spanish dictionary in 1505. The two recipes are very similar, a ... sweet made with honey, egg whites and nuts which appears in the Arabic recipe books from the tenth century as 'n?tif'. In the Kit?b al-Tab?kh or Book of Dishes, a cookery book written just over 1,000 years ago in Baghdad by Ibn Sayyar al-Warr?q, we

16:42

Opinion

Everybody's talkin'

Peter Edgerton

...the Arabic baths in Malaga city centre in order to disengage from the hustle and bustle of city life for an hour or two. The atmosphere engendered by the decor and ambient lighting was just as you might expect - tranquil and relaxing. Unfortunately,

16:55

Local

Interpreter service introduced at Estepona schools

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...attend meetings with their children's teachers or tutors. So far 15 volunteers have signed up to provide this service, covering ten languages: English, French, Russian, Polish, Romanian, Bulgarian, Norwegian, Hungarian, Ukrainian and Arabic. The mayor