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19:34

Local

Coronavirus crisis throws the Costa's summer cultural calendar into turmoil

Tony Bryant

...lost, so some town halls could struggle to find funds to finance events. Benalmádena is one town that had no option other than to cancel this year's feria, which is usually held in June. Mayor Víctor Navas said, "It is with deep regret that the ... one of many that is working alongside town halls to find ways to overcome the problems they face. The company has been forced to cancel numerous events and founder Martyn Wood declared that he was "still calculating whether it will be worth trying to

18:58

LifeStyle

The cultural heart of Malaga beats again

A. J. LÓPEZ / F. GRIÑÁN

...again today and came straight here because I have been wanting to see the temporary exhibition for some time", said Eduardo. "I like all types of art but painting in particular," he added, sounding a little abrupt because he was surprised to find the

16:41

Sport

When will we be able to play golf again?

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

It's a very simple question. When will people be able to play golf again in Andalucía, a region with 100 courses and 45,000 federated players? The answer is that it depends on where they are. Golf courses have been able to open again from this week i

14:28

LifeStyle

The new arrival at the ARCH rescue centre puts a smile on faces

SUR IN ENGLISH

Staff at the Andalusian Rescue Centre for Horses (ARCH) were given a lovely surprise recently when one of the centre's rescue donkeys gave birth overnight. The little black foal has been named Saracen after the sponsor Saracen Horse Feeds. The bi

19:22

Local

Bird feeders put up in Estepona to prevent starvation during lockdown

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Estepona town hall has put up bird feeders around the town to ensure that the area's blackbirds, sparrows and finches in particular don't die of starvation during the lockdown. With the late arrival of spring and the insects they rely on, paired wi

13:32

Local

Caring community surprises diamond anniversary couple

Tony Bryant

...street for more than 20 years. Scottish nationals Robert and Isabel Douglas appeared at their front door to find that their neighbours had made cards, put up balloons and banners, and were applauding them to the sound of The Three Tenors. The caring

18:09

Sport

Coming out of the tunnel

Rob Palmer

...understanding is that they will put everything on hold and hope for the best. Meanwhile football clubs, like all other businesses ,need to find a way out of the maze. Some clubs are considering a tax mechanism where salaries are reduced to just 30 per cent. At

14:41

National

Construction firms call for all autovías to have tolls on them

CRISTINA VALLEJO madrid

Construction firms have said that Spain will have to spend 103 billion euros on its infrastructure in the coming years to meet UN climate-change objectives. This is equivalent to 8.3 per cent of the country's GDP and would mean an increase of 40 per

18:07

What to do

Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

Google Street View is the British Museum in London. Visit over 60 galleries, see the Rosetta stone, Old Master paintings and amazing textiles from around the South Pacific as well going ‘behind the scenes’ at the museum to find out about poison arrows ... including Sweeney Todd, Follies, A Little Night Music, Into the Woods and Sunday in the Park with George. Find it on YouTube Take Me To The World Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration, . Exhibitions Gallery Art Club Fuengirola. Until June 19. Calle ... Hockney’s blockbuster shows, 2012’s A Bigger Picture 82 Portraits and One Still-Life from 2016. There are also short videos of free public exhibitions such as Tracey Emin and displays such as Anthony Whishaw, With Spain In Mind and many more (find the above

15:20

Local

Cowboy hat gives away alleged card thief in Fuengirola

FERNANDO TORRES / áLVARO fRÍAS

Police in Fuengirola were able to track down a man who allegedly stole various items, including tools and a wallet, from a building site because of his distinctive cowboy hat. Police tracked the use of stolen credit cards and were able to find the

13:08

Sport

Double draw as Malaga continue to struggle to find their footing

SERGIO CORTÉS

Malaga chalked up identical results in their last two league games, the first on Saturday and the second, a mid-week fixture on Tuesday. In both games they had to settle for a draw, unable to secure the win they need to lift them up from the bottom h

10:35

Local

From the US to find their roots in Alhaurín

FERNANDO TORRES

...ancestors were Acadian and from the Canary Islands," she says. "I always dreamed about returning to their homeland". That led her to specialise in this type of tourism, because she was sure that many other people would share her "internal need" to find out ... similarities with New Iberia and to know why the Spanish didn't stay as a community in our area. That's what led me to get on the plane to find out," she says. James Villatoro (originally Viatoro, from the French derivation) is directly descended from ... to colonise the New World - and they were just names on paper. I needed to know more about them, find out who they were, what they did," he says. Conclusions What have these visitors discovered during their week in Malaga province? "The first

10:34

Local

The virus that spreads poverty

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...able to benefit from their new-found skills to find a job. More than a quarter of people in Malaga who had a job in February are now unemployed or their contract has been suspended, a figure which means that thousands of families do not know how they

17:02

Sport

A whole new ball game

Rob Palmer

...and deals like the record 222 million euros are unlikely to ever happen again. It's a dilemma for some of the biggest names in world football who may find their maintenance is too much in the new climate. Who can afford the likes of Gareth Bale,

19:59

LifeStyle

Time to overcome 'normal' habits

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

Covid-19 crisis has forced Muslims to rethink traditions and find new approaches to one of Islam's most important religious rituals. A unique experience For Shamil, a student who lives in Mijas Costa, Ramadan is a true school of transformation in which ... Caucasians migrated westwards to the Pyrenean where today the Basques live. That's why they find some similarities between the Basque language and the Caucasian languages. Shamil, is it hard for you to fast? As a Muslim, I am obliged to fast during the

13:39

Local

Vélez-Málaga council must find another venue for this year's feria

Eugenio Cabezas

Vélez-Málaga town hall met with neighbours' groups and local businesses last week to find an alternative venue for the town's feria, which will take place from 25 to 29 September. The day fair, which is normally held in the town centre, will need

17:06

Opinion

Orange wine

ANDREW J. LINN

The name Orange Wine is misleading. While there does actually exist a type of wine in Huelva Province that is officially known as 'vino de naranja', this is only because the recently pressed white grapes are allowed to cuddle up to some orange peel f

14:40

LifeStyle

"We're not asking for money, just raising awareness to find a solution"

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

Cristian doesn't like to lose. He's not happy if 'Fortnite' doesn't go his way. He is shy about having his photo taken, but mischievous when not in the limelight. He has a strong character, his mother says, and is generally coping well with his prese

17:26

Local

Fresh appeal launched to help find missing father and son

Daryl Finch

...issued by the police read: "The Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team are now undertaking this enquiry and have resources already working with the Spanish authorities to find [them]." Those with any information are being urged to get in contact with the