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20:05

What to do

Philippe Pasqua finds beauty in the dark side at CAC Málaga

REGINA SOTORRÍO

Their names are Alma, Noah, Arnaud, Beatrice, Manel... People who "often try to hide", but who show their faces in paintings more than two metres wide that now hang in Malaga's Contemporary Art Centre (CAC). THE EXHIBITION Title and artist. The Da

13:41

Local

Dog abandoned in a sealed bag of rubble finds new home

I. LILLO

Ulises, the Spanish mastiff abandoned in a sealed bag of rubble in the Malaga neighbourhood of Puertosol earlier this month, now has a new home. After being discharged from the SOS Catycan veterinary hospital, Ulises is now in the care of Inma Laur

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: th

15:56

Local

Police dog finds drugs in schoolbags during demonstration in Marbella

charo márquez

Three first and second year pupils were suspended from Las Dunas secondary school in Marbella last month after a police dog found drugs in their schoolbags. The Local Police unit was at the school to put on a demonstration in the playground, but th

18:24

Local

Animal Care España finds new homes in Belgium for 42 rescued dogs

Tony Bryant

Animal Care España (ACE) has given the perfect Christmas present to more than 40 rescued dogs. As part of the charity's ongoing rehousing programme, which organises forever homes in various parts of Europe, the dogs have been found new families in Be

16:26

Local

Benalmádena-Fuengirola border dispute focuses on 1874 document

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The dispute over the boundary between Benalmádena and Fuengirola will be resolved by the Junta de Andalucía in the near future, probably by the end of this month, but it looks as if the regional government will base its decision on the document from

11:24

Local

Amazon opens Costa distribution base on temporary site by railway

JESÚS HINOJOSA

Online shopping giant, Amazon, has finally got its wish to have a local distribution warehouse serving its growing business on the Costa del Sol. Amazon received permission from the council late last year for a temporary structure on land rented fr

18:41

Opinion

Feeding frenzy

Mark Nayler

...for the next generation. This is especially true in Spain, which has a jobless youth rate of 40% - the highest in Europe. Still, fingers crossed that Iberdrola finds a few extra billion under its tree this year.

19:22

Sport

Gaelic football finds a home in Malaga

FERNANDO MORGADO

The start of the first Gaelic football club in Malaga city was a personal dream of Liam Riordan, who like any other good Irishman born in Cork is passionate about this sport. Together with his friend Andy Stronge, Liam founded Celta Malaga in 2016; i

11:35

Gibraltar

Gibraltar, still sparkling

Debbie Bartlett

...is just a little further on. Close to the cathedrals, in Bomb House Lane, is the Gibraltar NationalMuseum, another treasure trove but one containing fascinating historical finds, 14th-century Moorish baths, exhibitions, archaeological excavations

12:41

Local

A woman finds bullet holes in her car in Malaga city

SUR.

The police are investigating a case in Las Flores district of Malaga, where a woman who had parked her car in the street overnight returned to it the next morning and found several bullet holes in the bodywork. When questioned, it appears that nob

11:19

LifeStyle

Contemporary dance finds a home on the Costa

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Having a resident dance company is an honour associated with concert halls in major European capitals. However, Estepona can now be added to this prestigious list, as the Auditorio Felipe VI takes in the Wennare Dance Company as permanent residents.

15:08

LifeStyle

TAPAS fashion show raises funds for cancer support and abandoned animals

Tony Bryant

...beneficiaries were the cancer support group, Un Sí Por La Vida; and 4 Paws Adoptions, a Malaga-based association that finds homes for abandoned animals. The guests also enjoyed a special performance by the amateur theatrical group's choir. Part of the event

16:38

Travel

A Portugal road trip insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...contemporary Parque das Nações district of Lisbon, where one finds Europe’s largest indoor aquarium, the ‘Oceanário de Lisboa’. Sunset Yacht Cruise Enjoy Mediterranean dining on the SUD Terazza.SUR Take a sunset sailing trip with the lovely people at

14:29

LifeStyle

Why are people afraid of the Covid vaccines?

ROCÍO MENDOZa

...should continue to be afraid of the coronavirus, so in the risk/benefit equation the balance lies in favour of the vaccine. If someone who has the vaccine finds themselves among the tiny percentage in whom it is not effective, it just means they will not

15:29

National

Spanish Health minister rules out another nationwide lockdown

efe

...asymptomatic, the average age is much lower [about 40], cases are milder, hospital pressure is about five per cent and, fortunately, the number of deaths is very different from March and April". After admitting that he will still be "worried" until he finds a

19:50

Opinion

Tales from the old days

Rachel Haynes

...young king finds he has to banish his own father from the kingdom he reigned over for decades. The old man, disgraced, leaves everyone wondering why someone who has considerably more than most would want to hide away more riches, obtained using dubious

21:42

LifeStyle

The Roman jewel discovered in Salar

denise bush

...the soil. The rest of the year will be spent cataloguing the finds and meticulously sifting and rinsing the earth in the spoil heap, looking for fragments not only from the Roman era, but from subsequent occupation of the villa. Guided visits The

16:41

Opinion

Don't get me wrong

Peter Edgerton

I've got a plan. What we need is a law that makes it compulsory for anyone expressing an opinion on anything either in real life or on the interweb, to include a remark that finds something positive in what they're criticising or something negative in

17:36

LifeStyle

'We are more vulnerable and people want to make money out of that'

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...transversal illness; we are all potential victims and we are all scared. And pseudoscience finds its niche in that fear, which is why they can sell you anything if you don't have a bit of critical spirit or the authorities don't intervene. In that sense, I am

01:04

Local

"We've lost everything, but we're lucky nobody died"

Andrea Jiménez

...here for a year. We've lost all the important things," he explains as he searches for his glasses among the debris, along with a Civil Protection volunteer. When he finds them, he opens the case to inspect them. There's nothing to recover; he throws

16:59

Opinion

Holy chefs

ANDREW J. LINN

...own chain of stateside restaurants, he always finds time for charity work, and in the current crisis he has organised field kitchens to feed passengers on quarantined cruise liners in US ports. And, as I write these words, news comes that a prayer

12:21

LifeStyle

A passion for Andalucía inspires debut novel

Tony Bryant

...coping with the betrayal of her boyfriend, starts a new life in Spain. She finds herself hopelessly attracted to a celebrated flamenco dancer and the story takes the reader on a roller-coaster ride through enchanting Andalusian towns and a collection of

12:54

Local

'Velecito' taken to reserve in Ojén

EUGENIO CABEZAS

...is why, despite having been released into the wild, he always finds his way back to the coast. When police received a call from Caleta de Vélez on Monday, they identified the young fox and he was taken to the reserve where police say "he will get

16:34

Travel

48 hours in Berlin

Andrew Forbes

TV tower. Not far one also finds the Hackesch Markt, an artsy hub of galleries and vintage graffiti. USEFUL INFORMATION Berlin Travel. Berlin has a comprehensive public transport system. Just make a visit to Berlin Hauptbahnhof station, and you will

16:23

Travel

Travel secrets of the Costa de la Luz

Andrew Forbes

...that date back to the Phoenicians, these magnificent animals inspire remarkably creative dishes. The port town of Barbate is where most the of tuna are landed and it is here one finds El Campero restaurant. Depending on your mood, and your budget, you

14:49

Sport

Malaga's José Rodríguez attracting interest from Real Oviedo

S. CORTÉS / B. GUTIÉRREZ

...to help balance the books and another player who finds himself in the same situation as José Rodríguez is academy product Álex Mula. Arnau always rated the youngster highly and could look to capitalise on his former club's financial situation with a

15:46

LifeStyle

How to deal with psychological effects of the lockdown

ROSSEL APARICIO

...security," he says. As the days go by our mental balance can be "broken" and we may suddenly find ourselves having panic attacks, crying or feeling that we can't breathe. "All this is absolutely normal at times like this. Our brain finds it hard to deal

20:50

Travel

Hidden Andalucía, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...motorway that continues south to Malaga, one finds the majestic town of Osuna (used as a filming location for Game of Thrones). A place of renaissance churches, noble houses, and sumptuous palaces; an impressive legacy from the times of counts and dukes.

16:03

LifeStyle

The magic of a spoon

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Beans and peas. The base for numerous stews and casseroles. The first spoons were made of bone and archaeological finds date the spoon back to between 15,000 and 8,000 years ago. In middle class families the spoon became commonplace during the

14:46

Travel

A small town with a big character

Andrew Forbes

...below one finds a little terrace, the Mirador de la Cobijada, with a view out over rooftops, towards the Atlantic and across to the alluring mountains of Morocco. A. Forbes Here, shaded by an ancient olive tree, stands a life size statue of a woman.

16:11

Sport

Malaga's current winless run is the second worst in the club's history

pedro luis alonso

...in in Tenerife, which only caused one fatality, a woman in a house the plane collided with, but left many members of the squad traumatised. Fast forward 63 years and the club finds itself in similarly dire straits. Since Malaga's laboured victory