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14:14

LifeStyle

Malaga cheeses are conquering Europe

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Pere Argudo was born in the foothills of the Pyrenees but came to Malaga with his family three and a half years ago, attracted by the abundance and quality of the milk from the Malagueña breed of goat. He is proud of the fact that his extraordinary s

14:47

Sport

A different kind of plan

Rob Palmer

...over the Catalans' claim to be the team playing the sexiest football in Europe. These days the buzz-word at the Camp Nou is functionality and the approach from the man in the suit is rational. This is a season in Spain that resembles the season in

20:34

LifeStyle

Demand for ovule donors grows as women put off motherhood longer

SUR

In the year 2015 in Spain, 7.4 per cent of women who gave birth were over the age of 40. Many of these babies were born as the result of ovule donation treatments or the reception of donated oocytes. The fundamental part of this process is the existe

13:35

Sport

Messi and co to seek refuge in Marbella before the World Cup

Héctor Barbotta

...this summer. For this reason, the eyes of the Argentinian football federation are fixed on Marbella. The national team would like a base within Europe, where the majority of the players are located and where they will contest the majority of their ... qualifying campaign. Not only does he want to avoid tiring his Europe-based players out with unnecessary travel, he also wanted to avoid the suffocating atmosphere of his home country which he believes contributed to the side underperforming at previous

22:03

Travel

Brussels, the heart of Europe

...on their country of origin. Just behind the EP, on Place du Luxembourg is the Station de Europe. The building doubles up as a train station for trains to Luxembourg and Strasbourg, homes to other EU institutions, as well as an information point for ... visitors to the EP. The Parlamentarium opened up on the site in 2011. This interactive museum is free and gives a fascinating insight not only into the workings of the EP and EU, but also to the history of Europe in the 20th and 21st centuries. Visitors ... European history, the newly-opened House of European History in Parc Léopold, in front of the EP, provides a fascinating journey through Europe and what unites it and its people. The European Commission, or Berlaymont building, with its iconic four-point

17:26

Sport

EIC off to Italy with new kit

SUR

The English International College (EIC) under-11 boys' football team were recently received their El Oceano-sponsored kit ahead of their upcoming tournament in Verona, Italy. EIC will face international schools teams from all over Europe in a

19:43

LifeStyle

Europe’s southernmost town has much to offer

Marlene Wörner

Tarifa, in the province of Cadiz, is the southernmost town of the European continent. It is located at the narrowest point of the Strait of Gibraltar, at the southern tip of the Costa de la Luz. Europe and Africa do not come so close together ... anywhere else. Morocco is only 14 kilometres away and can be Africa, close enough to touch. M. Wörner. reached by ferry several times a day from Tarifa. To this day, Tarifa is one of the most important links between Europe and Africa. On clear days, the

18:58

LifeStyle

Fashion takes over Malaga city centre

Mindy Burrows

...catwalk in Europe. The fashion show opened with the elegant designs of Sonia Peña. Her pieces were classic with unconventional twists, like long evening dresses with daring patterns and cut-outs. The uniformity of the models made the dresses stand out

12:12

Gibraltar

Gibraltar rocks to its MTV Music Festival

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

The sun was hot and energy was high last weekend, as Gibraltar rocked to its biggest and best music festival to date. Called ‘MTV Presents: Gibraltar Calling’ this year, thanks to it being organised in conjunction with MTV for the first time, thou