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12:43

Local

Erik el Belga, the most famous art forger in the world, has died in Malaga

Héctor Barbotta

...concentrated his efforts on charitable work, mostly in aid of the Catholic Church. Erik lived in El Palo district of Malaga, but he died in hospital last Friday at the age of 81, following a heart attack after complications from the diabetes from which he had

18:52

LifeStyle

Walkers raise much-needed funds for Parkinson's charity

SUR IN ENGLISH

...group. Michele has organised multiple walks in the past 18 months that have raised money for local causes including Heart Animal Rescue Estepona, The Royal British Legion and Asociación Gatos de Manilva.

11:42

Local

Andalucía starts a 22.5-million-euro campaign to attract tourists to the region

Pilar Martínez

...post-pandemic tourism campaign. In a video filmed with Malaga's famous Roman theatre and Alcazaba fortress in the background, Banderas talks about his heart attack and says the coronavirus crisis has been similar and that there is a lesson to be learned from ... it: "Today, it is as if we were all recovering from a heart attack. Being alive doesn't just mean breathing again, it means feeling emotions again. This summer, let's go out and enjoy life to the full in Andalucía," he urges. This is the region's

18:58

LifeStyle

The cultural heart of Malaga beats again

A. J. LÓPEZ / F. GRIÑÁN

"We were the first ones on the café terraces when they opened and now we are going to be the first to visit the museum". Despite the white mask she is wearing, you can see from her eyes that Carmen Valor is smiling. On Monday, she and Amparo Quero we

15:58

Local

Man found dead in car in Mijas died of natural causes

Fernando Torres / álvaro frías

The 38-year-old man found lifeless inside his car last Saturday in Mijas died of natural causes, the autopsy has confirmed. According to SUR sources, the man suffered a heart attack. The Guardia Civil were alerted to the vehicle by a resident of

15:39

Opinion

Critical mass

Peter Edgerton

...that not one of them has been able to do perfectly and some have done poorly. All have tried their best. Meanwhile, the small of mind and smaller of heart have criticised relentlessly from their sofas, munching on packets of crisps, none with the wit

13:49

Sport

The unmistakable voice of Spanish football

Rob Palmer

...approach of Baddiel and Skinner’s Fantasy Football to his new land. He spoke eloquently but from the heart and dismissed his English counterpart, Gary Lineker, as Mary Poppins. It wasn’t just football. With his pal Seve Ballesteros he devised a golf

19:11

LifeStyle

A barking mad fundraiser

Ash Bolton

An Estepona resident is raising funds for traumatised dogs by wearing a dog cone non-stop for five days. Brit Russ Godwin started the dog rescue and rehoming shelter HEART (Happy Ever After Rescue Team) two years ago with his partner Hollie. But

20:40

Opinion

Easter and Covid-19

REV. ADRIAN LOW

...the line. Some, like Florence Nightingale, give all they are and all they have that others might live. It is the most selfless loving of all that God does at Easter. Action above all words, that we might know at the heart of creation is love... and

18:26

Local

'My daughter asks me if I'm going to die'

Alberto GÓMEZ

...possible contagion. This is the heart of any hospital, especially now. Cristina says she has never felt more proud of her team, who are working all hours in an uncomfortable and hostile environment in alien suits. One colleague has stopped drinking water,

15:23

Local

Hugs to keep fear at bay in the ICU

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...she is well aware that this is a cruel virus. "The emotional aspect is the hardest. People are suffering on their own and dying alone. Nobody sees them except us, and that's terrible for their families," she says. The heart of a hospital In the ... ICU. life hangs on a thread. It is the heart of a hospital, the most delicate department, but at the same time inhospitable and hi-tech. With no visits from relatives allowed, it loses vitality. "We always encourage relatives to talk to the patients and

16:54

Opinion

Other people's virus

IGNACIO LILLO

...confinement regulations to the letter. It breaks your heart to hear stories like that of a mother, who is scared to go out for a walk with her autistic children, even though this is permitted by law, for fear of being insulted. The same might happen to a

18:37

LifeStyle

Women who wear grey hair and wrinkles with pride

SOLANGE VÁZQUEZ

Benedicta Sánchez and writer Toti Martínez de Lezea say that even without a voluptuous bosom, heart-stopping curves and perfect skin - and even without teeth! - you can still be a star, a 'visible' person and recognised for your talent. Respected, in fact,

12:42

National

MPs give approval for lockdown extension amid criticism of PM

SUR

...the stronger measures. Infections at the heart of government continue to make headlines. One of the deputy PMs, Carmen Calvo, was hospitalised this week but later discharged. The second-in-command of the Guardia Civil, Laurentino Ceña has also

16:05

Travel

A Chicago architectural river cruise

Andrew Forbes

...address the exodus of city residents. In the 1960s, the iconic Marina City residential and retail complex was built, the tallest residential towers of the time. Homes were being brought back into the heart of downtown. As one cruises past these buildings, ... now one of the city's most impressive attractions. Gone are remnants of a filthy shipping channel, and now street cafes, urban gardens and chic terrace restaurants reach out to the riverside paths, where joggers and walkers are in the very heart of the

16:05

Travel

Chicago, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...too. The 'Bean'. Chicago Helicopter Experience There’s probably no better vantage point to enjoy the amazing skyline than from the air! Cloud Gate Cloud Gate has become a new icon of the city. It’s at the heart of the Millennium Park. You

18:37

LifeStyle

Heart attack hour

FERMÍN APEZTEGUÍA

Heart attacks have their own timetable. Experience in hospitals all around the world shows that the numbers of emergencies of this type are at their highest between seven and eight o'clock, whether in the morning or in the evening. Hearts just love ... solar twilight. The first and last light of the day marks the time for cardiac failure and this is no coincidence. Cardiologist José Luis Palma, vice-president of the Spanish Heart Society, says that just like animals, humans are influenced by the ... be the trigger for a cardiac accident. Spending half an hour on a peaceful start to the day and having a short siesta protect against heart failure The body generally welcomes catecholamines because they favour coagulation, but they can also