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16:56

Sport

What dreams are made of

Rob Palmer

With all this time for reflection I thought it would be a good time to cast the mind back over the past quarter of a century of commentating on La Liga and come up with my dream team. He may have preceded Paul Pogba and the Chelsea physio as Jose

12:56

Opinion

Blame it on the boogie

PETER EDGERTON WWW.E-PETER.COM

...days of the twentieth century were littered with narcissistic pop songs, encouraging listeners to get with the programme and make the world their playground. This ill-advised fashion was a precursor to our present, unenviable predicament. Vast swathes

16:24

What to do

Staircase effect

GEORGINA OLIVER

"better times". Renewal is what it's about. Something to look forward to, when 'El Cubo' re-opens, treating us (till next November) to a century of Spanish painterly flamboyance, From Miró to Barceló.

13:40

Opinion

The place of gold in an investor's portfolio

JEREMY BLATCH

...technologically driven 21st century marketplace? Markets are simply a reflection of human endeavour and behaviour. Scarcity, permanence and independence are attributes unique to gold lacking in our modern financial system. Fear and greed drive markets and this

17:54

Local

The Roman splendour of Los Castillejos

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...the team were eventually able to breathe a sigh of relief when they realised they had found an urban section of Los Castillejos, the first-century fortified settlement, or oppidum, of this Ibero-Roman site. "This is not a little house," explained ... is clear is that we have found a great piece of first-century history," said Francisco Melero, director of the excavations which came to an end last week. It is more than a quarter of a century since initial excavations on the site uncovered the ... fifth centuries BC. Its decline has been placed in the first century AD. "We believed that the abandonment occurred in favour of the nearby Roman settlement of Cortijo del Tajo, but that is no longer so clear because this is a very important

14:33

LifeStyle

3 January 1974: Birth of 'housewives' favourite' matador

Tony Bryant

century and it is one of the two significant names associated with the art of bullfighting in the town; the other is Romero. It was Antonio Ordóñez who took the youngster under his wing following his father's death, and the promising matador received

13:30

What to do

The CAC returns with 21st century pop art

ANTONIO JAVIER LÓPEZ

Keiichi Tanaami will soon be celebrating his 83rd birthday, Hajime Sorayama is 72 and Harumi Yamaguchi is 78. Because of their age, they may be seen as 20th-century rather than 21st-century artists, until you stand in front of their works and ... its cultural life with the collective display titled 'MSD_Make something different'. It takes a look at 21st-century pop art and at the same time provides an extremely interesting bridge between oriental and western manifestations of culture. It does ... exhibition is to encourage a change of perspective about 21st century art," said Nanzuka. The two local artists have definitely done that, with their works for this exhibition. Julio Anaya obtained Mark Ryden's permission to recreate one of his paintings

11:47

LifeStyle

Jewellers Gómez y Molina celebrate their golden anniversary in Marbella

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Five decades ago Antonia Molina and Miguel Gómez began a business venture which has become one of the best known luxury firms on the Costa del Sol, the jewellers Gómez y Molina. Over 150 guests attended the gala dinner organised by the family of je

10:52

Local

Experts ponder fate of 11th-century remains blocking path of Malaga Metro works

IGNACIO LILLO / JUAN SOTO

...greatest possible area of the archaeological remains, on the site of the Guadalmedina station, outside El Corte Inglés. Al-Tabbanin's labyrinth of houses, paved streets, drains and wells dates back to the 11th century. During the Christian conquest, ... towards the end of the 14th century, the neighbourhood was razed to the ground, and was not occupied again until the 17th century. The remains of a 60-square-metre home, which consists of a central patio, three rooms, flooring and a sanitation system,