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14:51

Sport

Errors cost Malaga dear as they twice surrender lead to Mirandés

Daryl Finch

It was certainly a case of two points dropped as Malaga twice took the lead against Mirandés but were pegged back as a result of unforced errors during their 2-2 draw on Sunday afternoon. Captain Adrián, who made his return to the team after a

13:00

LifeStyle

Chefs break with tradition at Madrid Fusión

GUILLERMO ELEJABEITIA

...undergoes a process of ageing that can make it last up to a month. Maybe that's why Dani García, who accompanied Niland during the presentation, is doing similar experiments in his restaurant Lobito de Mar - although he prefers to call it "rested fish,

13:40

Local

La Cizaña Roman ruins to become part of new development project

Tony Bryant

...homes, and archaeologists and real estate promotors are working to ensure the correct integration of the ruins and the new development. The ruins, thought to be more than two thousand years old, were uncovered during the 1960s. The project, which is

12:45

Local

Nerja cave discoverers unite for 61st anniversary

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Francisco Navas and José Torres, who were young boys when they found a hole which led them to the Neolithic cave while playing in the area. During Sunday's photo call Navas recalled that he had persuaded his friends to go hunting for bats when they came

11:59

Sport

Víctor Sánchez del Amo: "Our sacking is totally unjust"

borja gutiérrez / Daryl Finch

...coach during the game. He did not speak at length of the video (in which he is seen exposing his genital while wearing a Malaga CF training shirt), as there is an ongoing police investigation. However, he did stress the gravity of the crime: "We're ... Pellicer, 46, who played for Malaga during the 1995-96 and 1996-97 seasons, made history as a youth coach, reaching the Copa de Campeones de España in the 2015-16 season and taking part in the UEFA Youth League the following year. During the 2016-17

11:57

Local

UK Embassy reassures Britons on Brexit paperwork requirements

SUR IN ENGLISH

...that existing EU rights will apply until December 2020 and informed Brits about the Padrón and residency. This period will last until 31 December this year, during which time the UK is out of the EU but current rules and processes apply. Rights

16:58

Sport

Malaga sack head coach Víctor and place Sergio Pellicer in temporary charge

Daryl Finch

...discussions, however, proved fruitless and the club chose to act quickly to remove Víctor from his post to "minimise the impact on the team and the club staff". Pellicer comes in Assistant coach David Dóniga, who led training during Víctor's suspension, ... temporary basis and will be on the touchline for Malaga's next game on Tuesday at home to Ponferradina (as well as, in all likelihood, Friday's game away in Fuenlabrada). Pellicer, 46, who played for Malaga during the 1995-96 and 1996-97 seasons, made ... history as a youth coach, reaching the Copa de Campeones de España in the 2015-16 season and taking part in the UEFA Youth League the following year. During the 2016-17 season, he was assistant first team coach to Marcelo Romero and continued in the role

13:30

National

Fresh rulings on Catalan politicians keep separatism at centre stage

SUR

...after a court disqualified him for allowing pro-separatist symbols to be shown on public buildings during an election. The electoral commission added, however, that it was down to the Catalan parliament to stop him from leading the government.

12:28

What to do

Fin de Siècle Europe comes to Andalucía

Jennie Rhodes

during rehearsals, he was fiercely dedicated to the music, and he was extremely funny," Aurea recalls. However, she explains how on opening night, tragically, he collapsed in the orchestra pit while conducting and died a few days later. "It was a very

12:12

LifeStyle

10 January 2014: Sisters in their seventies meet for first time

Jennie Rhodes

The sisters never got to meet each other as children as their father, Joaquín Campos Fernández (Antequera, 3 January 1911), who had fought during Spain's Civil War, was shot on 8 January 1941 and so the two sisters had no link to unite them. The day ... tribute to Josefa's mother, Remedios Fernández López, who was killed during the war, on 24 August 1937. At the time of the meeting, the historian believed it was the first case of siblings separated during the civil war being united in Antequera and

12:10

Sport

"I couldn't say how far I will go as a player, I don't know"

Pedro Luis Alonso

...stop for about three months if they are not needed. I see my two-week holiday as the reward for everything done during the year. I went to Punta Cana but couldn't wait to get back for the pre-season. So that's just a tennis player's life... Yes, ... wanting to enjoy it, with the stands full and I saw numerous possibilities during the game, although I lost two set balls in the first and missed out. In the second I was just as excited about playing and in the third I just did it, although it was very ... with 0-4 in favour of Sonego in the tie break in the third set. That one just escaped me. Against Munar I was 6-2 down almost without placing a ball, and told myself I didn't want to lose another final. I evolved during the game and played one of my

12:06

Sport

Marathon effort raises £1,611 for Gibraltar charity

Ash Bolton

...take up the challenge after her grandfather Freddy Ignacio passed away in February 2018 at the age of 79, after suffering from a number of illnesses including Alzheimer's. In total, Abigail ran over 1,600 kilometres during 2019, which included three

10:51

Local

French couple are victims of homophobic attack in Torremolinos

SUR

A homophobic attack in Torremolinos in the early hours of Sunday has been condemned this week by the Andalusian Observatory Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia. During the alleged attack, a middle-aged gay couple on holiday from Perpignan

10:34

Local

New Finnish residents accounted for the biggest rise from any EU country in 2018

Matías STUBER

...more Finns registered as new residents in Malaga province during 2018 than Britons, who still formed the largest group of foreigners, albeit with a smaller increase from 46,563 to 47,193. This figure is far from the 57,536 British citizens registered as ... resident in Malaga province in 2014. However it is estimated that the "floating" population would take this figure much higher, and the numbers of British residents who have registered during 2019, in order to prepare for Brexit, will not yet be reflected

17:31

Local

Birth rate in Malaga province at its lowest since records began in 1941

NURIA TRIGUERO

...there were more deaths than births in Malaga, but there was also an unusual situation during that time because the number of deaths was higher than normal. Experts attribute this to an especially virulent flu epidemic. In the first half of 2019 that ... rate in Malaga province fell by 29 per cent, from 31,434 births to 19,015. Every year during this decade fewer babies have been born than in the previous year, with the exception of 2014, when there was a sudden rise. Some attribute this fall in

16:40

LifeStyle

Sharing a lifelong passion for opera

Tony Bryant

...performing several years ago with a season at the Arena di Verona, where he performed on the same stage as Andrea Bocelli and Cécilia Gasdia. During his performing years Patrick appeared with The Metropolitan Opera, Houston Grand Opera and the Opera National

16:29

Opinion

Coffee and health

javier morallón

My relationship with coffee is complicated. I feel it is a type of toxic partnership which should be avoided, but during the week it becomes a necessary evil if I am to manage the stresses of early mornings with any dignity. This is all due to a

23:34

Sport

Sadiku spares Munir's blushes as Malaga return to action with a draw

Daryl Finch

...the board is always positive and this draw is enough for us to have the better goal average over Oviedo. "We competed well on a pitch which was in a bad state. We played good football during the 90 minutes. The team had the personality to play from

19:53

LifeStyle

2,600 fascinating facts about Periana

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...after the village was taken by Franco's troops, 19 children born during the republican era were baptised in the church. On the same afternoon 19 couples who had previously had civil weddings were married in the church, which was obligatory under Franco's

19:14

Opinion

Wishes and resolutions

Rachel Haynes

...and Brits in Spain during the Brexit transition negotiations will hopefully have been among them. What we should have wished for on New Year's Eve though is rain. 2019 was the driest calendar year on the Costa del Sol since records began in the

14:33

LifeStyle

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

Tony Bryant

...he might never fight again due to the severity of his injuries. The incident, for many Spaniards, brought back the memory of the death of his father, who was killed aged just 36. This led to Rivera's eventual retirement during Ronda's Corrida

14:28

What to do

Electric shadows at the Pompidou Centre Malaga

fernando torres

...something which also characterised the Cobra group, against the geometric rigidity of the 1940s, which can be seen from the use of materials which are less rigid than oil paint in the works. During the presentation, it was clear to see that the mayor and ... the president of the Centre Pompidou have a good relationship, the result of five years of working together during which the art centre had become "much more than a gallery", a place "where decisions and risks are taken," as Lasvignes described it.

13:31

National

From Julen to Franco, a review of some of the year's news stories

Debbie Bartlett

As 2019 comes to an end, we thought we would take a look back at some of the stories that made the headlines in SUR in English during the year. January Tragedy strikes as little boy disappears down a bore hole The tragic story that gripped an ... Sánchez had looked increasingly likely as relations with Catalan separatist MPs, whose support was need in the vote, had soured. Locally, it was revealed that Juan Antonio Roca, the 'strong man' at Marbella town hall during the ransacking of municipal

20:58

Opinion

Back and forward

Mark Nayler

Court banned Quim Torra, the region's separatist president, from public office for eighteen months and fined him 30,000 euros. His alleged offence? Failing to remove street banners calling for the release of imprisoned secessionists during an election

14:59

Local

Finance seminar to examine trends for 2020

SUR in ENglish

...recession make it ever more difficult to gauge the markets. Huijsman will dive into a range of possible scenarios that could occur in both the economy and the stock markets during 2020. As well as indicating current trends in the economy, he will use

16:36

National

A miracle in the mountains

CRISTIAN REINO

...her as best they could, and four hours after the phone call had been made Audrey was in a medical emergency ambulance. She was suffering from severe hypothermia and the doctors had to carry out cardio-pulmonary resuscitation techniques during the

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

17:20

What to do

Much more than a humble stable

SUR IN ENGLISH

Visitors often take advantage of a trip to see the Christmas lights to take in some of the elaborate nativity scenes open to the public during the holidays. Known in Spanish as a Belén (Bethlehem), each display boasts its own special features, often

17:02

Opinion

All I want for Christmas

Tony Bryant

...profitable period. During the 20th century, retailers started directing marketing efforts at children in the hopes that they would entice the parents to spend more money. Up to the 1970s, the six weeks before Christmas accounted for 80 per cent of the toy ... an orange and some walnuts" in their Christmas stockings. Although this may seem somewhat Dickensian, it is a fact that the presents me and my sibling received (or expected) were considered luxurious compared to the type of gifts given during the ... 1920s and 30s. During this era, if one was lucky, they may receive a Raggedy Ann doll or a Lionel Train, while those less fortunate would make do with Crayola Crayons or lead soldiers. The Raggedy Ann doll was introduced by newspaper cartoonist Johnny

16:50

Gibraltar

Santa raises funds for Wobbles Children's Charity

Debbie Bartlett

Santa's Grotto and other events at Ocean Village have raised over £2,200 for the Wobbles Children's Charity, during a magical eight-day Christmas festival. Founder Frankie Hatton said Wobbles was thrilled at being chosen: "As a children's charity,

15:44

National

Food safety agency warns sucking prawn heads can cause health issues

ÁNGEL DE LOS RÍOS

It's something that so many people look forward during Christmas dinners in Spain: sucking the juices out of the heads of prawns, crayfish and other shellfish. But the Spanish Agency for Consumption, Food Safety and Nutrition (AECOSAN), under the