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12:22

Local

Finance problems see Malaga CF's academy project grind to a halt

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

The sale was not permitted, however, until the club had resolved its financial issues. Though the club's books are now in order, the administrative process is still ongoing and the Malaga Foundation still do not have access to the funds necessary to

14:45

LifeStyle

Exploring Andalucía's gastronomy

Jennie Rhodes

...culinary traditions in different provinces. The experienced traveller is no stranger to Andalucía and researching tours, as she has written a number of National Geographic guide books and has travelled extensively not just through Spain but all over the ... The book was translated into a number of languages and from there she went on to write books about north African and Mexican cuisine. Her latest book, Andaluz, brings her back to the part of the world she confesses to being "most attached to," and ... "some time to breathe" after the publication of Andaluzand has no more plans for books on the horizon. She continues to write travel articles for UK newspapers and divides her time between the UK and Cordoba province, where she also owns a house.

15:09

Opinion

Cooking the books

Mark Nayler

According to the Spanish Civil Guard, even more public money was unlawfully spent on last October's Catalonian independence referendum (1-O) than was at first estimated. Investigators now put the total amount at €1.9 million - an increase of €300,000

12:46

Local

Mijas books to end up in custody

Ivan Gelibter

The books of Mijas have found a new place to lock themselves away, so to speak. A new project from the local government hopes to establish a new public library in a building which was part of the former Guardia Civil headquarters in Mijas Pueblo.

14:52

LifeStyle

Cooking during the Civil War

ANA VEGA PÉREZ DE ARLUCEA

...less politically important, but it had an enormous repercussion for the population, ranging from forced seizures of food to deaths from malnutrition, and of course a long period of rationing. Those sad ration books, for families or individuals, were ... ingredients. Therefore, several books were published. Famous chefs, feeling they had a responsibility in the situation in which they had found themselves, rolled up their sleeves and set to work so that meals, although meagre, could be tasty and healthy. One ... of them was Joan Vila i Gelpí (1882-1958), a Catalonian chef who had trained in the best restaurants in Paris, London and Madrid and who was commissioned by the Catalan government to write two books for hard times: 'Menús de guerra', or 'Wartime

11:58

Gibraltar

Book crossing day on Saturday

Debbie Bartlett

This year's book crossing event will take place on Saturday 2 June from 11am to 2pm in the lobby of the Parliament building in the Piazza, Main Street. Children and adults are welcome to bring and take books that others have 'released', to “make the

15:26

Local

“This discovery means that books on the History of Art are going to have to be changed”

FERNANDO TORRES

...benchmark in science. For those who don't know much about prehistory, how important is this finding? It will change the books about History of Art. In science methodology it is what we call a change of paradigm. It means that everything we have been ... rightful place in history now. They say the history books will have to be changed. That's the change of paradigm. There will be other big surprises to come. Everything has to be looked at again. We have always said that art began 40,000 years ago with

19:53

Opinion

Show us the money

Mark Nayler

...finance the Catalan independence referendum had come from. The Spanish government has had direct control of Catalonia since last October's divisive plebiscite - plenty of time, surely, to pore over the region's books and establish how Catalan separatists

12:38

LifeStyle

Sharing a passion for Andalucía

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Writer, journalist and SUR in English reporter Tony Bryant was in Malaga on Wednesday to give a talk on his books on flamenco and Andalusian legends at the Official Language School (EOI). Organised by the Gerald Brenan Cultural Association, the talk