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12:09

LifeStyle

“There wasn't anywhere like Torremolinos”

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...pizzeria. Business never prospered. “It was a disaster,” she says. The excitement of the early sixties managed to survive amid the oppressive Franco years. One night, “after I had been arguing with the owner of El Dorado”, the club nextdoor, Shelagh began ... heights as Pedro's Bar, El Mañana and El Remo. Only The Galloping Major, which opened two years before Shelagh's pub, still remains. However, the story of this particular woman is not limited to the restaurant business. The daughter of a wealthy family,

15:27

Sport

All quiet on the transfer front

Rob Palmer

...number of years and finally he has moved to the Spanish capital. Another 21-year-old without any experience of a major league, he is also a gamble - if you can call 45 million euros a gamble? The best business so far seems to have been carried out by

13:16

Opinion

Local zero

Peter Edgerton

...brilliant business plan. There's a lot more money to be made feeding and watering tourists but at what cost in the long term? We'll stick to our guns and see what happens but, for now, we're very proud to say that on a typical evening we have a healthy

14:49

LifeStyle

"I was the odd-one-out in my family"

MARINA NAVAS

...it very curious but beautiful too. Had you ever thought of doing something else, rather than cooking? Yes, in fact I was going to be a notary, my father is a notary and my sisters also work in the business. I started to study law in Argentina but

14:17

LifeStyle

All that jazz, up for sale

ASH BOLTON

...scholarship to study architecture at Regent Street Polytechnic in London. "It was there that I met friends who introduced me to jazz," he added. "I borrowed a double bass from my father's business and started practising. I began to play traditional jazz

11:27

Local

Malaga, facing up to relegation as a city too

Antonio m. Romero

...show the greatest difference. This decreased traffic impacts on the hotel, catering and transport industries which, in turn, leads to job losses. President of the Malaga Confederation of Business Owners (CEM), Javier González de Lara, highlights that ... instability behind the scenes, both economically and in terms of leadership. “Malaga business owners, however, hope that the team will return to the top flight, in view of the economic and social effects it will have on a province as dynamic and competitive

14:00

LifeStyle

Tracing families from home in Malaga

JENNIE RHODES

...huge business" in recent years, largely thanks to television programmes such as Who Do You Think You Are?, Long Lost Family and Heir Hunters. Philip's own work has taken him all over the world and to some of the most remote corners on Earth, including

12:35

LifeStyle

Fruit and veg: better off naked

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

...their own reusable bags made of recyclable plastic, fabric or mesh, all of which can be bought very cheaply online. Almost all businesses accept this without question. However the activists admit that the ball is in the hands of the distribution

17:03

Travel

The Insider Guide: Guernsey and Alderney

Andrew Forbes

...family business offers adventures on land and sea, from kayaking and paddleboard, to cycle hire. One-day bike hire is from £13 for an adult's trekking bike and £7 for a child's bike. Go-Guernsey.gg Alderney Tours Gain an insider's perspective to

15:46

LifeStyle

Roots in England, flowers in Spain

JENNIE RHODES

...own business as a butcher in Almuñécar, married in 1967. "My parents were very happy. They trusted me and, as they had met while on holiday in Lourdes, they weren't surprised about me meeting someone in a similar way," she adds. Cecilia also

16:10

LifeStyle

A generational change at the Buchinger Wilhelmi fasting clinic

GABRIELA BERNER

...according to the philosophy of her father, lived in the villa until her death in 2010 at the age of 93, surrounded by family. Fourth generation "Jutta and Claus have been running this business for 35 years now, while they had three children and eight

14:29

Sport

Veteran strikers Jorge Molina and Rubén Castro on the radar for Malaga

A. GÓNGORA / S. CORTÉS / D. FINCH

With the start of preseason fast approaching, transfer business is the order of the day with new coach Juan Ramón Muñiz hoping to have only the players he's counting on for next season as part of his group which starts training on 9 July. With

14:59

LifeStyle

Marbella plays Florida in the UK's hit series 'Living The Dream'

Mónica Pérez

Florida, in the USA, to set up their own business: a caravan park. The first season was filmed entirely on the other side of the Atlantic, but for the second one the producers decided to look for somewhere in Spain which would look like Florida but cost

11:32

Education

Young storytellers

...go about their business, leaf cutter ants building nests, soldier ants marching in search of a dead animal hidden in the undergrowth, but they don’t make me move. A relentless torrent of birdsong and a background of insect noises. Eagles screech and

18:17

LifeStyle

Dubbing still reigns in Spanish cinemas

ICÍAR OCHOA DE OLANO

Spain, FECE, which are for 2015, there are just over 3,500 big screens in Spain but barely 200 of them show films from other countries in their original language. In terms of the business they generate, of the 94 million people who went to the cinema in ... business. The owners of the films and television series want as many people as possible to see them, and dubbing facilitates that. That's why more of them are being translated, and in more countries.”

17:55

Local

What we ought to know about Hyperloop

IGNACIO LILLO

...successes is open hardware, in other words the advances are shared so they can progress more rapidly. This is a new way of seeing business development, rather than the secrecy involved in industrial patents. This way, anyone can see the designs of other