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18:34

Sport

Chances few and far between for Marbella in 'bore draw'

opta

...on target. Just before half time, at the other end, Juanma was left appealing for a pull as he failed to get on the end of a cross from the left. 0 Villa novense 0 Marbella The dynamic of the game slowly started to change after

13:45

Sport

Femenino still in the drop zone after two draws from two

OPTA / Marina RIVAS

The situation at the bottom of the Liga Iberdola could not be tighter, but it is Malaga who join Sevilla in the relegation spots after match day 21 after failing to gain ground on any of their relegation rivals, following two 1-1 draws in the space o

14:21

Opinion

Oscar winner

Peter Edgerton

...the sound of my chin hitting the floor still ringing in his ears. In almost every field I can think of from banks to mobile phone companies, from tradesmen to salespeople, the general level of incompetence is quite astonishing. I bet if I logged the

10:58

LifeStyle

A surgeon who sees medicine as a vocation

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

"A doctor's work should be vocational above all else. That's my understanding of my profession," says César Ramírez Plaza, a surgeon from Malaga who, for the third time in less than a year, has led a humanitarian mission in Africa to operate on ... patients there without resources. Dr Ramírez, who is the head of the general and digestive surgery department at the Quirónsalud hospitals in Malaga and Marbella, has just returned from Liberia, where from 28 January to 2 February more than 250 patients

10:53

Local

British ambassador accepts Medal of Honour from Torremolinos town hall

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos town hall has presented the town's Medalla de Honor to the British community. The town's highest distinction was accepted by Simon Manley, the British Ambassador to Spain, during a special presentation held in Torremolinos on Wednesday.

14:36

What to do

The Norwegian orchestra "learning by doing"

GEORGIE KENNY

...education of young people in Norway, with their motto 'Learning by doing'. Performing throughout Europe, the junior ensemble, with ages ranging from 12 to 16, have a lot of experience playing with distinguished soloists and groups. In 2012, the group ... musicians dedicate all their time to classical music". The high level of the orchestra allows them to share the stage with acclaimed soloists, as well as other promising music students, like those from the Galamian Academy. With the help and support of ... Lamenza Nielsen and Advokaterispania from Fuengirola, Clue Digital Ordebok and Unof, who are the sponsors of the orchestra on this occasion, two free concerts will also be held. One will take place in the Norwegian Church of Calahonda and the other in

14:18

Opinion

The world looks on

Rachel Haynes

Living in Spain, however integrated we might be, if we come from another country we'll always be outsiders on the inside. That, however, gives us the advantage of looking at current affairs from both vantage points: we know what our friends, ... neighbours and the media here are thinking and saying, but we can also see how people around the world, and their respective media, are perceiving events. In recent years Spain has been scrutinised from abroad quite frequently, from government turmoil to ... outside world. Meanwhile the strong feelings of the people of Spain and Catalonia, from across the political spectrum, who want to keep their country united are in danger of being associated with the far-right. In fact the strong, no-nonsense attitude

16:55

LifeStyle

Culinary promise from the Costa del Sol

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

Both young and veteran chefs from around the country have been in Madrid this week for the gastronomy fair Reale Seguros Madrid Fusión. While the three-day event includes talks, workshops and demonstrations by some of the country's most veteran ... new project ElBulli846 will be a "showcase laboratory" where around 20 researchers from different fields will form the first intake of experts. Anotherwell known chef, Ángel León, known as the 'Chef of the Sea' performed "miracles" with salt, cooking ... professionals and food writers and critics from around the country. Alcalá is a self-taught chef who only took up cooking professionally after graduating in Law and completing a Masters degree in Switzerland. It was then that his father told him that

14:39

Local

The Venezuelan crisis, suffered from 7,000 kilometres away

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Muguerza, moved to Torremolinos. Official figures show 2,851 Venezuelans living in Malaga last year. Twenty years ago, there were 190. They have been watching the crisis in Venezuela, submerged in hyperinflation and poverty, from a distance of 7,000 ... Nieves Colmenares, a retired administrator whose mother still lives in Venezuela. "She is nearly 89. She is malnourished and the milk gives her diarrhea," she says. The milk comes from the so-called 'CLAP', Comités Locales de Abastecimiento y Producción; ... supplies and it is almost impossible to buy meat or vegetables. Nieves sends money to her family when she can. "I send them ten or 20 euros to help them out. I can't afford any more because they have stopped paying my pension and our only income is from my

16:47

Local

Vicente de Espona's 'La Danza' is dancing again

Nieves Castro

On the eastern side of the viewing point on the boulevard at San Pedro Alcántara, a man and woman sculpted from burnished metal dance in the wind; the piece was made years ago by artist Vicente de Espona (1918-1995), who moved to San Pedro in 1971 ... danza' had been recovered by the council's Culture department from municipal storage together with two other pieces, to be restored and put on display later. "They had been badly looked after, either deliberately or through ignorance about how to treat ... them," she said, "but now the important thing is that they are being restored and we have 'La danza' here today." She also read a message from Francisco Moyano of the Banús Foundation, a personal friend of Vicente de Espona who has studied his works