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16:00

Opinion

Momentary lapse of reason

Peter Edgerton

For some reason, we keep getting exhorted to "live in the moment". Social media, daily newspapers and quite a few radio programmes appear to be filled with people telling us that this would be a wise and productive thing to do. Self-appointed gurus g

13:48

Local

A dream come true for Basil Al Bayati

JESÚS HINOJOSA Malaga

A journey into the origins of the culture of Al-Andalus, a place to experience new sensations through design, architecture and craftsmanship. That is The Unique World of Basil Al Bayati, a museum and cultural centre which is scheduled to open in Marc

11:56

Local

Five decades of ministry in Fuengirola

Tony Bryant

...represented in church, although he does organise special events aimed at attracting children, like the Mustard Seed Gang. “The Mustard Seed Gang is a Christian play group that we hold around three times a year. The idea is to attract children with various

15:39

Sport

Journalists and football fans increase the financial impact

L. PAVÓN sport

The teams who spend the winter on the Costa del Sol during their mid-season break are not just tourists with high spending power, such as the footballers. They always bring an entourage with them, and that also has an impact on the economy and the to

16:57

Local

The sacred, but sick, chestnut tree

charo márquez

When you are more than a thousand years old, you would expect to suffer some wear and tear. However, if you have survived fires, wars, droughts and logging, after all this time it is a shame that your downfall should be caused by laziness and disinte

19:20

Local

Going 'loca' for a pastry

Esperanza Peláez

When Manuel Ruiz started in his family business, working at Confitería Tejeros, he was filled with youthful enthusiasm. One of his aspirations was to be put in charge of the 'locas', a hard cake with custard filling and distinctive orange icing on

18:07

LifeStyle

Asiatic yellow wood

Denise Bush

...olive-green. It is deciduous but winter interest is provided by the peeling, coppery-brown bark. A close-up of the new leaves. In mid-summer, upright clusters of fragrant white flowers attract bees and other pollinating insects. Maackia amurensis is

16:21

LifeStyle

Karma Guen, 30 years of Buddhism in the Axarquía

Eugenio Cabezas Malaga

Rinpoche. It was the first of its type in the West and started to attract more and more Buddhists. There are also two small caves “where people shut themselves in for days to meditate and have spiritual experiences,” says Pedro. Later, in 2003, the

20:15

What to do

Seven horns for seven brothers

TONY BRYANT marbella

Known as the ‘bad boys of jazz’, the band has performed with some of the top jazz musicians; they have also worked with many well-known pop artists, such as Prince and the B52’s The Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, one of Chicago’s most innovative, and truly

12:07

Sport

Hoping for a long-awaited medal

MARINA RIVAS

...would love that to happen to them and would boast, but Regino doesn't care. He only likes to attract attention when he is on his snowboard. This 'rider', who was born in Ceuta but has lived in Mijas Costa since he was one year old,has been selected

16:44

LifeStyle

A charitable way to do business locally

Jennie Rhodes

Scott Huston, originally from the USA, and his Danish wife Nete have come up with an innovative way of raising money for animal charities in the Axarquía and also helping local businesses to attract customers. They have established the ¡Give Me

19:15

Gibraltar

Gibraltar rocks in summer

Debbie Bartlett

It may be small but Gibraltar is packed with interesting places to visit and things to do, and its climate in the summer is lovely, often cooled by sea breezes while southern Spain is sweltering in the heat. It is definitely an inviting place to be o

18:53

LifeStyle

Underground is cool

Jennie Rhodes

Nerja’s famous caves are a favourite among visitors and locals alike, while Rincón de la Victoria’s Cueva del Tesoro is a relatively unknown secret, despite being the only marine cave in Europe. An underground favourite Quite possibly the only pl

18:21

Sport

Los Corsarios need funding so they can compete

marina rivas

Last month, it was one year since Los Corsarios American football team took its first steps in this sport. This amateur team is the only one in Malaga city, and the players have been training hard all year in the hope that next season they will be ab

14:30

LifeStyle

In the family footsteps

JULIÁN MÉNDEZ food and drink

The Japanese couple had booked a table for three at El Celler de Can Roca, which was classified as the best restaurant in the world that year, but when the great day arrived, the day for which they had been waiting 11 months, only two people came. Yo

15:23

LifeStyle

The dark side of escaping the daily routine

Mark Nayler

By his own admission, the narrator of this brilliant and dark novel is a “c***sucker”. He is at the very bottom of a three-layered hierarchy that constitutes the world of work in Spain: at the top are the “Buddhas”, who barely work but are unsackable

15:05

Sport

Malaga looking at ways to fill La Rosaleda

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

In total, Malaga managed to sell 23,000 season tickets this season, including winter purchases, and yet the average attendance at the ground was a mere 22,107 spectators over the course of the campaign. Something here, evidentally, doesn’t quite ad

16:49

Sport

"We are very tolerant of mistakes, but not bad attitude"

ANTONIO GÓNGORA MALAGA

With the club just six points above the relegation zone and an unenviable fixture list with the likes of Atlético, Sevilla, Barcelona and Real Madrid still to come to La Rosaleda, new coach Míchel is hoping to bring calm to a squad he believes in und

12:13

LifeStyle

A 'Haywire' theatre production, bowls cup and donations

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Royal British Legion Benalmádena branch closure Unfortunately the Royal British Legion branch in Benalmádena has closed. The group was the first founded on the Costa del Sol back in 1987. Since then, new branches have formed along the coast a

12:14

LifeStyle

The lonely princess learns to tango

TONY BRYANT

The Costa del Sol is home to hundreds of competent expat musicians and entertainers, although few of them can claim to have performed in a remake of a classic Walt Disney movie. Kukka Rajalin is a Finnish jazz singer born in Helsinki in 1976 who, a

11:59

Local

Speed in Finland, claim in Fuengirola

Ivan Gelibter FUENGIROLA

In Finland, not everyone pays the same amount for a traffic fine. As an example of the progressive country it prides itself on being, Finland sets traffic fines in accordance with the offender’s income, so they have the same impact on everyone. Howev

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

15:14

Local

Charity retail, the good cause moneymaker

Tony Bryant

The image of the mothball-scented charity shop has changed greatly over the years and what were once considered as shops that sold out-of-date clothes, tacky ornaments and scratched records have transformed into big moneymaking enterprises. Over t

20:20

Travel

Mellow Marbella

Andrew Forbes

It's no secret that I like to travel, to live a slightly nomadic lifestyle. Yet each time I board an aircraft to return home, it's always with a feeling of excitement to be coming back to Andalucía. Even after countless trips, each time the plane des

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

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

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

20:40

LifeStyle

“We should never think that if we have cancer it's our own fault”

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...to retain and attract scientific talent; the more friends we have, the less we will depend on political ups and downs. I would like to show Amancio Ortega round the CNIO and tell him what we do. I believe he would like to know that in Spain we have

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

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

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

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

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

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

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