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18:49

Travel

The Ouirgane valley - the unspoilt base for High Atlas holidaying

Andrew Forbes

...is exceptional. Its elevated position offers commanding views across the entire plateau with 360 degree panoramas that take in the snow-capped High Atlas. The L’Amandier Hotel & Villas has been a labour of love for its British owners, who found the

10:04

Travel

Mallorca

ANDREW FORBES

Marc Fosh is one of the island's best known chefs. In 2002 he became the first, and only, British chef to be awarded a Michelin star in Spain. Building on the success of his flagship Marc Fosh restaurant and his catering business, he has opened two new

10:04

LifeStyle

What George left behind on the Costa del Sol

REGINA SOTORRÍO MALAGA

...losses and Deacon Blue cancelled their tour at the last minute. The concert given by the British pop star found dead on Christmas Day was by far the greatest financial fiasco of the programme. George Michael's appearance fee and production costs

10:04

LifeStyle

Farewell to a legendary generation

TONY BRYANT music

...sold more than 20 million copies In terms of celebrity deaths, it would appear that 2016 has been one of the worst years for some considerable time. It has been a year during which a huge chunk of the British music and film industry has been erased. ... Young also shuffled off this mortal coil. A huge chunk of the British music and film industry was erased in 2016Terry Wogan, Ronnie Corbett and Victoria Wood disappeared from our TV screensWe lost Andrew Sachs, famed for his role as abused waiter, ... Manuel, in the hit series Fawlty Towers, and Peter Vaughan, British character actor who played the feared prison warden in the hit television series Porridge. Vaughan also played Charlie Johnson in the John Sullivan '70s comedy Citizen Smith. Other

10:04

LifeStyle

Rick Parfitt, a rocker who mixed Status Quo with Marbella real estate

SUR / AGENCIES

The guitarist of British band Status Quo Rick Parfitt died on Christmas Eve in a Marbella hospital after suffering a "severe infection". The death of the 68-year-old was announced in a statement by his manager, who added that he had been admitted to

10:04

Opinion

A new year of uncertainty

RACHEL HAYNES

British residents in Spain and in other EU countries are concerned about possible changes to rights and status once Brexit comes about. We know this is unlikely to happen in 2017, but the change in year shows that it is one step closer. The effects of

13:57

What to do

Tribute to Andrés Segovia

Jennie Rhodes

'rounds' for contestants, the first of which will take place at 1pm on 17 January. All concerts are open to the public. Among a number of prizes, the runner-up will receive a guitar, worth 3,250 euros, hand-made by British classical guitar-maker Stephen

09:21

National

Retired SUR in English editor Liz Parry in New Year’s Honours list

Rachel Haynes

The 2017 New Year’s Honours List includes a familiar name for British residents in southern Spain. The former editor of SUR in English, Liz Parry, has been awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) for services to British nationals living in Andalucía. ... committee. A statement issued by the British Embassy in Madrid said that her “outstanding achievements” ensured that Liz stood out among the many nominations for this year’s New Year Honours list. “I was amazed and delighted to get the call from the ... newspaper, in helping British nationals to integrate into Spanish society and avoid some of the potential problems that moving to another country might present. Liz points out that this contribution is summed up by the slogan she came up with when the

09:21

Gibraltar

Yanito - a tale of two languages

ASH Bolton

Yanito (or Llanito) in this linguistically rich region. This curious mixture of Andalusian Spanish and British English is peppered with vocabulary from Genoese, Hebrew, Maltese, French and Portuguese - thanks to the fascinating history of Gibraltar. ... back at the turn of the 19th century in Gibraltar when the British started building the dockyards. They employed thousands of workers to do the labour, the majority of whom were Spanish. But there were also Genoese, Portuguese and other nationalities ... British overseas territory to help teach English at school. However, the death knell for Yanito was sounded with the advent of World War 2, when the entire civilian population of Gibraltar was evacuated to the UK, Madeira and other parts of the world.