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22:14

LifeStyle

Cooking with preserved foods

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...submerging it in liquid (fat, salt water or syrup) in glass jars sealed with wax in a bain-marie. Although Napoleon never used the method, Appert's life was changed forever; he started a new industry making preserves. Unlike Napoleon, the British Navy

15:30

Opinion

From one day to the next

Rachel Haynes

...turned on its head. Everything changed from one day to the next. We are at war. More and more warlike vocabulary is slipping into our conversations: frontline, battle, victory, attack, defence... But the enemy is that cute-looking thing at the top of a

17:47

Local

Warm autumn means an early arrival of pine processionary caterpillars

MATÍAS STUBER

Summer is still several months away, but the 'Thaumetopea pitycampa', or processionary caterpillar as it is better known, can already be seen in southern Spain. The pine trees by the Guadalhorce river estuary are infested with nests and experts are w

17:57

Local

Crime still finds a way around the lockdown

FERNANDO TORRES

The lockdown in Spain, and the resulting obligation to stay at home is considerably modifying the pattern of criminal behaviour across the country. Predictably, one of the areas that has changed most as a result of the state of alert is traffic:

16:32

LifeStyle

27 December 1703: England and Portugal sign a Port Wine Treaty

Debbie Bartlett

The Methuen Treaty, or Port Wine Treaty, as it became known, was signed between Portugal and England in 1703, during the early years of the Spanish War of Succession, to establish trading relationships between the two countries. At the beginning o

11:03

Local

Vox to expel Mijas councillor who changed his mind at the last minute

I.GELIBTER.

...withdraw as head of the electoral list for Vox but it was too late to take his name off the ballot paper. The number two on the Vox list, Maya Escolar, stepped in and carried out all the campaiging as Vox's public face. However Rivero reportedly changed his

19:49

LifeStyle

How to keep homes clean and tidy during the lockdown

SUR IN ENGLISH

The coronavirus has changed the routine of millions of people, and one of the most direct effects is that we are now stuck indoors because the country is in lockdown. Our homes have, in many cases, suddenly become an enclosed space shared with

12:23

LifeStyle

Banderas: "I changed my life and am now doing what I really want to do"

REGINA SOTORRÍO

Antonio Banderas takes a short break from the auditions, but he doesn't leave through the back door or look for a quiet corner in which to relax. He goes into the corridor where, nervous and concentrating hard, the next hopefuls are waiting to take t

19:31

What to do

The Arts Society Benahavís 'deconstructs' Picasso

JANE NORRIE

Colossus. INFORMATION When. 9 March, 1pm. Where. Benahavís Town Hall. Details. Entry 12€ for visitors, 10€ for members. www.theartssocietybenahavis.com Towards the end of his life he didn't stop working though he changed his styles as often as he ... changed his wives. Along with Braque he invented Cubism. With Guernica he screamed at the horrors of War. In 1949 he made the famous Dove of Peace for the Paris Peace Congress. Self-portraits, portraits of friends and lovers, set designs, sculpture,

10:23

National

Long-term rental law changed to favour tenants over owners

EDURNE MARTÍNEZ

As part of a promised tightening of national rental laws when it came to power, the PSOE government has updated property letting legislation in response to a big increase in rental prices in Spain recently. The main change announced is to the minim

11:49

LifeStyle

Foreigners who changed the image of Malaga

Liz Parry

When Ferdinand and Isabella, the Catholic Monarchs, swept into Malaga in 1487 they immediately set about turning the city into a Catholic fortress, converting the main mosque into a cathedral and smaller ones into churches. They allocated the housing

16:47

Sport

Back on the right track

Daryl Finch

What a difference a year can make. This time last year, Malaga had just been comprehensively beaten at La Rosaleda by Betis in the derby and were second bottom of La Liga. In a bid to remedy the chaotic summer overseen by then sporting director Fra

17:14

Local

Campaign for Franco-era hamlet to have name changed

Fernando TORRES

Left-wing activists are calling for the name of Villafranco del Guadalhorce, a hamlet in Alhaurín el Grande, to be changed. They say it breaks laws that ban symbols of General Franco's dictatorship. It is the last place name in Andalucía to have

12:07

Local

“We'd like to keep the hotels on the Costa open during low season”

Ivan Gelibter

Spain ... this is what I've always lived for, managing tourist complexes. Is your appointment related to La Cala's new partnership with Taylor Wimpey? To a great extent yes. What has changed is the type of client who is using the facilities of La

18:04

LifeStyle

Literary gastronomy

A. J. LINN

...as it was sold in apothecaries as an ointment....' How things have changed, albeit slowly. Visitors to Spain in the middle part of the last century could possibly recognise some of the dishes described by Mrs H, and certainly meat was a luxury. In

17:03

Local

Costa del Sol, the drug smuggling crossroads

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / FERNANDO TORRES / JUAN CANO organised crime

...particular drugs according to their nationality, for example Colombian organisations trafficked cocaine and the Italians hashish. That has changed in recent years, as the criminals got to know each other in jail and formed new gangs upon their release; these ... nearly 3,000 arrests, and the gangs have changed their routines as a result. Stealing hauls Now the traffickers have to go outside the Campo de Gibraltar area to unload the boats and, because of the difficulties involved in bringing drugs in and