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12:15

Local

“It shouldn’t take the town hall months to award licences”

ALBERTO GÓMEZ benalmádena

...take care of their shop decorations and to increase their online presence to help commercialise their products on the Internet in order to become more competitive and attract clients. The association also lamented the lack of parking space in

17:44

LifeStyle

The heart of Scottish tradition

Tony Bryant

As August comes to an end and Andalucía starts to cool down after several months of scorching temperatures, the final summer festivals and celebrations will be under way throughout the region. One of these is the XIII edition of the Douglas Day festi

12:12

Sport

British mixed martial arts fighter takes Spanish title in Las Palmas

Tony Bryant Fuengirola

A British mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter has taken the coveted Spanish featherweight title during the recent Ansgar Fighting League championships. Jay Cucciniello reached the finals, which were held in Las Palmas last Saturday 25 March, after tri

16:07

LifeStyle

"Music has to have feeling and emotion"

Tony Bryant BENALMÁDENA

...audiences react? European audiences seem to have an equal passion. My father's music is universal, so I am received pretty much the same wherever I perform. Do many youngsters attend your concerts, or do you tend to attract people who would remember your

19:08

LifeStyle

The Costa del Sol’s favourite holiday high street

Tony Bryant

Calle San Miguel in Torremolinos is one of the best-known streets on the Costa del Sol, and it has become the focal point of the town, especially for those visiting for the first time. Formerly open to traffic, it was pedestrianised in 1971 and ha

17:34

LifeStyle

Different, but not so gloomy

Mark Naylor

The monument for Laurie Lee on the sea front in Almuñécar is easy to miss. A whitewashed pillar about six feet high, it squats under a palm tree at the end of a line of trendy beach bars. It looks like the chimney of an old Andalusian house - or, as

13:37

LifeStyle

Living with art and music in a windmill

Jennie Rhodes cAJIZ

...artists in the Axarquía area and hopes to attract more exhibitors in the near future. The former flour mill retains some of its original features, including the grindstone, which would have been pulled by a donkey. At the moment Cornelia divides her

11:17

What to do

Moguer in the early 20th century

javier almellones andalucía

Moguer is determined not to forget its most illustrious resident, the poet Juan Ramón Jiménez, who was born here in 1881. As well as his mausoleum and the house in which he used to live, he is the subject of an unusual festival which takes place ever

14:46

Local

"Immigration is downstairs"

SUSANA ZAMORA MALAGA

She will never forget that day, because it marked the rest of her life. She had gone to the police headquarters in Algeciras to start a seven-month training period as a police officer, after passing her first exams. “I had to give them some docume

19:34

Local

Fears over low cost airlines

Pilar Martínez

Major turbulence is jeopardising the low-cost airline business. Not only are thousands of passengers affected, but it is causing new concerns in the tourism sector in Malaga province. Consumer associations say people should always make an official

15:44

Local

Hey, big spenders: Malaga airport is top

Pilar Martínez MALAGA

When passengers go to catch their flight at Malaga airport, there’s no way for them to escape the duty-free shopping these days as the route from security control snakes past rows of glittering shelving. However, for the 16.6 million people that pass

12:18

Travel

48 hours in modish Milan

Andrew Forbes

Milan may not be chockful of Renaissance architecture that one so often associates with Italy; yet what this industrial, commercial city lacks in old-world charm it more than makes up with thanks to urban style. At this time of year, the suffocatin

13:51

Local

Torremolinos enters the new year with optimism

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

Town Planning Regulations (PGOU), with which they hope to create stability for entrepreneurs, attract new investors and create sustainable jobs. José Ortiz, who has now been in charge for 18 months, said, "I think that 2017 will be a fundamental year

22:03

Travel

Brussels, the heart of Europe

Brussels, the Belgian capital, is probably best known as being the home of the European Union. However, there is so much more to this compact and quirky city, not to mention chocolate, beer, moules-frites and, of course, Tintin. One of the two most

18:49

Travel

The Ouirgane valley - the unspoilt base for High Atlas holidaying

Andrew Forbes

Morocco is seductively exotic yet increasingly accessible. The modest airport at Marrakech is finally being expanded and low-cost routes easily connect this bohemian, cultural, and historic city with Europe and beyond. After a few days exploring th

10:57

LifeStyle

Bathing the natural way

Patrick Stamann

For some it is taboo, for others a philosophy of life: naked bathing produces very divided opinions. Some love it and do it whenever they can; others do not, but basically it is tolerated. On the Costa del Sol, some naturist beaches have been establi

11:12

LifeStyle

Conducting to conquer prejudice

Regina Sotorrío

...clearly: “The clothes I put on are medium size and my conducting technique is large size,” she says. She doesn’t want to attract attention so she sticks to clothes which are as neutral as possible, hoping that the public and the musicians see her as a

15:56

Travel

The Insider Guide: The American Riviera

Andrew Forbes

Running from Summerland to Goleta, with the historic, postcard-perfect towns of Santa Barbara and Montecito at its heart, this privileged south-facing stretch of the Pacific ocean coast is the place to stay in Central California Stay: Belmond El

18:38

Travel

Buda and Pest, shabby and chic

Mark Nayler

Over recent years Budapest has gained a reputation as one of Europe's most exciting and cultural cities. It is fully deserving of this unofficial accolade, and not just because of its gargantuan parliament building (the third largest in the world aft

13:46

LifeStyle

Carnival: breaking down social barriers

Tony Bryant MALAGA

The prominent travel writer, Richard Ford, once questioned how the people of Andalusia managed to 'keep themselves', as every day seemed to be a holiday. CARNIVAL HIGHLIGHTS Marbella. Marbella holds its carnival from 12 February until 4 March. A

17:23

Sport

A mid-season break in the sun

LEANDRO PAVÓN SPORT

It was on 9 April 2013 that the history of the German city of Dortmund and Malaga became entwined forever. On that day, Málaga CF was on the brink of reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League, but two goals by Borussia - and a controversial de

10:30

National

The remarkable geology of Accitania

Javier almellones travel

Erosion, combined with the nature of the geology of the Hoya de Guadiz, has created an amazing landscape over millions of years; nowadays, this is a place of desert land, olive groves and even hot springs. All these can be seen around Guadix, a tow

10:12

LifeStyle

A short-lived revolutionary idyll

Mark Nayler reading into spain

George Orwell was lucky to make it out of Spain alive. By a mad irony only conceivable amidst the paranoia of war, the pro-revolutionary line of the organisation for which he had been fighting - the Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista (POUM: ‘The

15:24

Travel

The Insider Guide: Fuerteventura

Andrew Forbes the insider guide

A holiday-maker’s favourite and a surfer’s paradise; Fuerteventura boasts some of the archipelago’s finest beaches but also an interesting interior landscape and history. STAY: Gran Hotel Atlantis Bahía Real - Corralejo To the north east of Fue

15:32

LifeStyle

A kick in the teeth

SUSANA ZAMORA

...some of which are criticised for charging low prices to attract clients, but providing a low standard of care in return. As Óscar Castro describes it, in some cases the clinics work on “a system of low-costs and maximum profits”. IN FIGURES

16:33

Travel

Madrid in springtime

Andrew Forbes tRAVEL

There's a Spanish adage that says. 'Madrid, nueve meses de invierno y tres de infierno'. Roughly translated it says that the city's weather is little more than nine months of winter and three months of hellish heat! Yet, contrary to perceived wisd

09:22

Travel

The Insider Guide: Sacred Valley of the Incas

Andrew Forbes

Carved through the Andes by the Urubamba River, Peru’s remarkable Sacred Valley was at the heart of the Inca Empire. This fertile region lies between the city of Cusco, and the country’s most iconic attraction, the imperial Inca city of Machu Picchu.

15:46

Local

Population drain threatens Malaga’s smallest villages

In early 2015 Montecorto (640 inhabitants) and Serrato (503) became the 102nd and 103rd municipalities in Malaga province. Paradoxically, however, this has not prevented them from joining the list of villages with fewer than 1,000 inhabitants that ar

14:47

What to do

Music and culture, something for everyone

Denise Bush WHAT TO DO

Flamenco ‘Quebranto’ Nerja. 21 January, 9pm. Centro Cultural Villa de Nerja. 12€ The dance company Antonio de Verónica trace a path through the different rythms of flamenco. ‘Con Temple’ Vélez-Málaga. 22 January, 9pm. Teatro del Carmen. 5€