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14:34

Sport

Malaga, a benchmark for triathletes

MARINA RIVAS

Performance Centre in Madrid, coincided with athletes such as Javier Gómez Noya in world championships and events and can boast of having been European champion. “When I began in 1992, I was one of the few who went abroad to compete. There were only about

19:44

Sport

An ode to Isco

Rob Palmer a look at la liga

...wages. Now he is proving invaluable in the quest for Real to boast being Champions of Europe and Spain at the same time for the first time since the 1950s. We all knew he had immense talent from his days at Malaga but Zinedine Zidane took time to

13:16

Local

Champions in catering, too

Mónica Pérez

...indefatigable fighter for labour integration for people “with different abilities” (he says he hates the word 'disabled'), can boast of having cooked up one of his best creations yet: an eating house (he prefers that description) in which the main ingredient is

18:28

Local

Ten years protecting the Costa from the sun

MÓNICA PÉREZ

...actions in other parts of Spain, and on the Costa del Sol it will continue in a different form with the help of local councils who will carry out their own strategies to try to reduce the risk of overexposure to the sun, so they can proudly boast of having

18:59

LifeStyle

A taste of the south at Madrid Fusión

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

Restaurante and Sollo) boast Michelin stars, as well as the Vincci Posada del Patio hotel's executive chef, Sergio Garrido, brought a snippet of the Mediterranean, boat included, with a cooking demonstration with which the Sabor a Málaga brand hoped to promote

16:21

LifeStyle

Karma Guen, 30 years of Buddhism in the Axarquía

Eugenio Cabezas Malaga

It was in 1981 when Pedro Gómez, originally from Salamanca and his Danish wife, Dorit, visited Aldea Alta for the first time. In those days it was just one of many farmhouses that had been abandoned in the Vélez-Málaga countryside. The opportunity to

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

00:18

LifeStyle

A 'mini Normandy' on Gibraltar's doorstep

Ash Bolton

While Gibraltar is well known for its World War II heritage, it's a little known fact that La Línea also boasts its fair share of bunkers, military tunnels and pillboxes. Although there are several well-preserved bunkers just a short walk from the

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

14:33

Sport

Huelva has become a tourist destination all year round

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ HUELVA

Last year, 2016, it was 100 years since the miners in Riotinto, in Huelva province, set up the basis for what would become Andalucía’s first golf course. At that time, the Huelva Golf Club was created on land ceded by the English-run Minas de Riotint