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13:04

National

"Rumours make Ebola even worse"

INÉS GALLASTEGUI

Most of the time Pierre Grandidier lives a quiet life in Granada. He works as a self-employed consultant, plays electric guitar and goes running in the mountains. However, two or three times a year he signs up as a humanitarian delegate in the Intern

21:22

LifeStyle

Thirty Malaga shops and restaurants unite to combat food waste

JUAN SOTO

In a country where 1.4 million tonnes of food were wasted last year, mainly due to surpluses in the hospitality sector, around thirty shops and restaurants in Malaga have joined the Too Good To Go movement against food waste. Now, thanks to the devel

18:23

LifeStyle

A look through the lens on medieval combat

charlotte way

Medieval combat, as practised today, is a full-contact fighting sport. Weapons are exact replicas of what were used in the 15th and 16th centuries, with the single difference being their blunted edge. Contestants do not escape from risk entirely,

18:23

LifeStyle

Samantha helps bring medieval silver to Spain

CHARLOTTE WAY

Costa del Sol-born Samantha Chapman clashed in combat alongside team members in the annual Dij Cossot Buhurt tournament held outside Turin in July. Tension was high as the crusaders travelled back to medieval times, warring against rivals to ... bring home the silver medal. Spain revelled in success, as the men's team, Urna Sur, also triumphed, conquering all teams except one to bring home silver: Spain's first international medal. A look through the lens on medieval combat Dij Cossot ... the same breath, to make a distinction between the two: "Roleplay is not what we do. What we do is actually a sport," she is quick to clarify. "It is very easily confused." The 29-year-old from Mijas first tried medieval combat two years ago with her

12:26

Local

Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior has arrived in Malaga Port

SUR

...to discuss ways of limiting our impact on the environment. Rainbow Warrior will also be open to visitors who can see first hand what life is like aboard the Greenpeace vessel. Visitors will also be able to learn about ways we can combat climate

18:04

Local

Provincial government presents plan to combat rural depopulation

Ivan Gelibter

‘Diputación’, or provincial government, has designed a mobility plan called ‘Plan Vía-able’ to combat the problem, and it was officially presented this week. The aim is to improve road connections for more than 40 small municipalities in the province; it will be

11:05

LifeStyle

Understanding cellulite can help to combat it

SUR

There are a lot of myths about cellulite. Most people believe it is caused by excess weight or fluid retention, but it can actually be due to different factors and some of them are difficult to control. In medical terms, cellulite is an inflammati

14:50

LifeStyle

Forty per cent of children in Malaga province weigh more than they should

Ángel Escalera

...to combat obesity in childhood, there has not been a significant difference because advances in this field are slow. In the case of Malaga, child obesity ranges from 10 to 12 per cent, while between 25 and 30 per cent can be classified as overweight.

14:05

LifeStyle

"All my hair fell out in one day"

ANTONIO PANIAGUA

One day, in the shower, Celia's hair began to fall out in chunks. Within two weeks, she was completely bald. There was no pain, but the psychological suffering was terrible. People didn't understand, and tended to treat it as a purely cosmetic proble

15:23

LifeStyle

Experts call for obesity to be classified as a chronic illness

Ángel Escalera

...stresses that if they were to carry out a cost-benefit analysis they would see that there would be a saving, because the weight lost by the patients would improve their health and their lifestyle and they would not have to take medication to combat the