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17:51

Opinion

Anyone for a tinny?

ANDREW J. LINN

...cellars and corks has to go. Cans were first used by the Ford Coppola winery in California in 2003, and sales have grown steadily. Lockdown has helped too. Rather like boxed wine, the advantages do not need spelling out: for outdoor drinking and fast

12:18

LifeStyle

Costa Women community reaches tenth birthday

Jennie Rhodes

grown organically from there," Ali says, adding that someone from Barcelona contacted her to see if she could join and the group rapidly became not just the Costa del Sol, but Spain-wide. "I originally thought it was going to be the Costa del Sol,"

20:11

Local

Axarquía villages launch project in an effort to combat depopulation

Eugenio Cabezas

...most notorious bandits especially during the 19th century. In Árchez the activities will focus on its Islamic past with gastronomy workshops demonstrating how to use fennel, which is grown in the village. The artisan workshops will provide

12:04

National

Spain is on the verge of passing from medium to high Covid risk level

ÁLVARO SOTO

...incidence has risen in twelve, fallen in four and remains stable in three. Apart from Ceuta and Melilla, which have the highest rates in the country, Navarra is of particular concern, where the incidence rate has grown by 42 points over the weekend, to

17:35

Local

Carrefour starts selling product made of Axarquía-grown avocado

AGUSTÍN PALÁEZ VELÉZ-MÁLAGA

An avocado dip made with Axarquía-grown fruit has gone on sale in Carrefour supermarkets. The spread, which is made with 99.2 per cent avocados and is preservative and gluten free, is the creation of local tropical fruit company Reyes Gutiérrez.

22:17

Opinion

All that scum

Héctor Barbotta

A shooting in Marbella is always bad news. Even worse is when through sheer force of habit it stops being news. For too long now the pearl of the Costa del Sol has grown used to living with incidents of this kind, and while sometimes it seems

12:50

LifeStyle

Fairy tales and dolls' houses for grown-ups

JENNIE RHODES

Cornwall but has lived in Los Romanes with her husband, Richard, for 17 years and more recently their two grown-up sons have followed them here. She explains that she started making the houses about four years ago. "I knit and sew and I've always had a