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11:47

LifeStyle

Aid for victim of Prader-Willi syndrome

TONY BRYANT

...new-born children. Symptoms include weak muscles and slow development and often lead to obesity and diabetes. There is no medical prevention or cure, but early and accurate diagnosis is essential. Specialised care in infancy helps improve the

20:41

What to do

Over fifties lifestyle show rolls into Fuengirola this weekend

Tony Bryant

...blood pressure and blood glucose tests; spine monitoring and bone density screening and information on treating arthritic joints and knee pain. There will also be free health checks, spa treatments, eye care, hearing tests and financial, pensions and ... Along with the companies and service providers, The Royal British Legion, Age Concern and Care at Home will be informing visitors about the services they provide.

12:57

Opinion

Funny tricks

PETER HARRISON

I was looking forward to visiting Malta again. I had visited the island twice but that was more years ago than I care to count. The cruise ship's excursion list included a trip to the marine park with a demonstration which was new to me and I

10:54

LifeStyle

An explosion of colour for Acompalia exhibition opening

Jennie Rhodes

...artists, many of whom are also volunteers for the Granada-based palliative care charity. ·For more information: www.acompalia.org More than 200 people attended the event, which also featured live music and trapeze artists, along with an exhibition of ... I am so glad to see so many people who endorse what we do.” The clear message that came from Acompalia was the importance of adding “brightness and colour” to the lives of people receiving palliative care and their families. This was reflected in ... ensuring that people receiving palliative care are given the opportunities to enjoy their final days with dignity and fulfillment. Emma Plunkett, whose work was also on display, said of organising the event, “I found the space by doing research on the

12:05

What to do

Day of the dogs

sur in english

The first 'Día de los Perros' in Alhaurín de la Torre has been organised by the town hall with dozens of stalls selling pet products as well as information on associations and refuges, training and health care for dogs. INFORMATION Where. Parque

12:07

LifeStyle

A piece of Finland in the sun

Susana Zamora

She now publishes the magazine, which prints 15,000 copies a month, maintaining her father's original idea: the magazine informs her compatriates about the realities of Spain, and covers subjects such as taxes, social security and health care. Although

11:03

LifeStyle

Moustaches and coffee mornings for a good cause

SUR IN ENGLISH

Torremolinos was held recently in aid of Cudeca Cancer Care Hospice. Nearly 85 euros was raised at the event which was organised by John Hennessy with help from numerous volunteers. Showstoppers Banana Studios performed a tribute to the West End shows

11:05

LifeStyle

Opening up our hearts

ISABEL IBÁÑEZ

Caralps. With Grace of Monaco Barnard almost became a Hollywood 'star'; he was seen driving around in a convertible car, and dancing with Princess Grace of Monaco, as Lorenzo Silva, the head of the Acute Cardiac Care Unit at the Puerta de Hierro

17:52

Local

German man in intensive care after stabbing

álvaro frías

A young German man was in intensive care this week at Malaga's Carlos Haya hospital after police found him wandering around the Guadalmar area with a stab wound. A 28-year-old Moroccan man was found close by with a knife and was arrested.

17:51

Local

Cudeca prepares to Light a Light

SUR in English

Cudeca Hospice is holding its traditional Christmas “Light a Light” event in memory of loved ones on Friday 15 December from 6pm. The celebration includes the traditional lighting of the festive lights that decorate the Cudeca Hospice Centre in Ben

11:17

LifeStyle

Anniversary parties and fundraising

SUR IN ENGLISH

Age Care Association Christmas lunch Age Care Association held its annual Christmas Lunch at the Tamisa Golf Hotel. Guests were welcomed with a glass of mulled wine and hors d'oeuvres before a short speech by Lesley Berridge, the Welfare Leader ... at Calahonda, who thanked all the volunteers for their invaluable help. Entertainment was provided by Martin Joseph, a member of the Rat Pack. After the meal there was a raffle followed by 'Mania Performers'. Age Care Association holds coffee

11:20

LifeStyle

Festive treats

PETER HARRISON

...distressing, even fatal. Do take care over the festive season and feed Fido and Kitty what is good for them.

12:10

Local

Junta de Andalucía updates and toughens law on domestic violence

LALIA GONZÁLEZ

...inclusion of old or disabled persons who are in the care of an abused woman as potential victims of domestic violence, as well as her children. From now on the definition of what constitutes violence will be broadened to include sexual assault, harassment

17:52

Opinion

Light

Polly rodger-brown

...delight. And then there is my own village, where I grew up and, even to those who love it, is an undeniably scruffy sort of place. The least attractive village in West Suffolk some might say - not that any of us care. Here there is no attempt to be classy

10:39

Local

Cudeca lights a light

Tony Bryant

The Cudeca Hospice held its traditional Christmas 'Light a Light' ceremony last Friday 15 December. The event was attended by founder and honorary president, Joan Hunt, and directors, Marisa Martín and Rafael Olalla. In addition to switching on

17:37

Opinion

Little dogs - lots of energy

PETER HARRISON

The elderly gentleman sitting on a seat beside the road in the town looked decidedly distressed and the reason was obvious. In his hand was a dog lead and a collar attached. It is something I have seen too often. The dog had slipped his or her collar

17:42

Sport

The league's ugly ducklings

Rob Palmer OPINION

...another London club to utilise another slogan: “No one likes us, we don't care.” The Ugly Duckling certainly isn't a swan. In fact it isn't even a cute duckling... but it's a loveable duckling once more, all ruffled feathers and ruffling feathers.

18:03

Local

Five more underage migrants taken into care from Archidona

FERNANDO TORRES

The Junta de Andalucía has taken into care a further five more underage migrants identified among those being held at the new Archidona jail, in inland Malaga province. This brings to seven the total number of Algerian children removed by social

12:40

LifeStyle

Bronze accreditation for six smoke-free health centres

...of Health Services and Smoke-Free Spaces (RASSELH), which distinguishes the medical centres which meet exacting standards in their continued work of tackling tobacco addiction. The RASSELH is part of the Global Network For Tobacco-Free Health Care

11:41

LifeStyle

A medicine box nativity scene

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An 89-year-old Malaga resident originally from Lanjarón has constructed a nativity scene out of his and his wife's medicine boxes. José Granados began in August and has created 20 cardboard buildings, which he has painted with precision and care

12:00

Local

Advice on buying a pet

Sur

Be sure that you want to have a pet When getting a pet you must research what it actually means to be the owner. The animal will need lots of attention and they require a lot of care. Research shops Buy your pet from a shop which has been

12:00

Local

The puppy factories

JAVIER GUILLENEA

...legal association promoting responsible pet care. “On a private level you can transport five dogs, but if you do it commercially you can take large numbers of them to sell as if they're livestock. However to do that you have to follow several rules,

12:44

Local

Search on for missing British woman

Rebecca’s family and they immediately flew to Malaga to take care of the youngsters. The children are now understood to be in the UK in the care of a close relative while her family and loved ones wait anxiously for news on her whereabouts. A friend of

20:14

Local

Young rockers against bullying

Mónica Pérez

...organised by Sergio's father. They know a career in music will involve hard work and sacrifice but they don't care. They rehearse for hours, every day, as well as studying. “We want to be known. We want as many people as possible to see what we are capable

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

16:50

Local

Search stepped up for missing British woman

J. C. / T. B. / M. P.

Pilar area. The authorities were first alerted when a neighbour contacted police claiming that Rebecca's children, aged eight and eleven, had been left alone in the family home. Rebecca's relatives in the UK immediately flew to Malaga to take care of

14:33

Local

Rebecca Muldoon's husband arrested in connection with financial crime

JUAN CANO

...travelled to Marbella to take care of them. Following the first arrest of Paul Muldoon investigations revealed that he was wanted by the British authorities for a finance-related offence and the European arrest warrant came into force on Monday. He was

13:17

Local

Health service takes first step towards improving overcrowded emergency department

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

...the B pavilion, was originally due to have been completed more than two years ago. The central Malaga hospital is frequently criticised for being understaffed, given the number of patients it handles. This leads to an inadequate level of care, say ... del Paciente, the organisation that defends patients' interests, revealed that Carlos Haya is the fifth hospital in Spain with the most complaints and claims filed in 2017 with regard to emergency care and treatment. This poor result, however, is an

14:12

LifeStyle

Having a (not so) smashing time

PETER HARRISON

“Did you have a smashing time?” - this is what I was asked when a friend enquired about my festive season. Well I did, but not in the way he intended. The expensive glassware which we reserve for special occasions is sadly depleted. This was larg

12:43

LifeStyle

A ray of light for the elderly and the lonely

Tony Bryant

...well-being. It favours integration with the Spanish way of life as befits foreigners living in a host country. The charity offers a variety of services, including a lifeline for lonely or isolated people, care equipment that can be borrowed on a short term

13:43

Local

Cudeca looks for volunteers for new furniture shop

SUR.

...tasks involve receiving donations, serving customers, displaying items and offering information about Cudeca Hospice and the care provided. Anyone interested should email (voluntariado@cudeca.org) or by phone (952564910 or 671048304). Information about

14:55

National

PM launches drive to turn Spanish language into a powerful global brand

ALFONSO TORICES

“is already our best ambassador in the world” and “an asset that we have to take care of”. However he added that more can still be done, especially in an increasingly digital world or with the expected increase in Spanish speakers to 700 million by

20:16

Local

Student has a life-saving excuse for missing class

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

...that the man couldn't die like that,” she added. Once the ambulance arrived Celia helped the professionals stabilise the patient and take him to the Costa del Sol Hospital where he was admitted to intensive care, said sources. It wasn't until the