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11:00

Local

Age Concern opens its first charity shop in the heart of Los Boliches

Tony Bryant FUENGIROLA

After several years of searching, Age Concern Fuengirola and Mijas is delighted to announce the opening of its first charity shop in the heart of Los Boliches. The shop is located at 56 Calle Francisco, just a two-minute walk from the church. Age

11:55

Local

Warm-hearted parishioner offers hope to the poor at Christmas

Tony Bryant

August, Finion decided to make the record for Cáritas because it is an organisation that has become very close to his heart. “I wanted to do my part by helping those less fortunate, especially at Christmas, when their problems are so often overlooked.

10:40

LifeStyle

Sad farewell to popular British expat

TONY BRYANT

The expat community of Torremolinos has mourned the death of one the town's most popular characters. A resident of Torremolinos since 1994, Jocelyn Philomena Jackson died of a heart attack due to failing health brought on by Alzheimer. The 83 year

11:54

LifeStyle

Chinese dregea

Denise Bush

...centimetres long form. The leaves are heart-shaped and are grey and fuzzy underneath. They will stay on the vine all year round in temperate climates but in colder areas they may drop. Close up of flowersWikimedia Spring flowering bulbs Chinese dregea

10:57

LifeStyle

Bathing the natural way

Patrick Stamann

For some it is taboo, for others a philosophy of life: naked bathing produces very divided opinions. Some love it and do it whenever they can; others do not, but basically it is tolerated. On the Costa del Sol, some naturist beaches have been establi

14:39

LifeStyle

Two different writers focus on one iconic port

Liz Parry

...film director Roman Polanski, Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, Dr Christiaan Barnard (pioneer of the heart transplant) and Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco. This account was followed by Garry Waite's introduction of his crime novel The Warm

11:22

LifeStyle

Siberian bugloss

Denise Bush

Siberian bugloss or Brunnera macrophylla, is a woodland plant and member of the Boraginaceae family. It is equally valued for its attractive foliage as for its pretty little blue flowers which appear in spring and it is often grown in borders among s

16:23

LifeStyle

"I was always the nominee; it has taken me 40 years to receive an award like Cannes"

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...for him at present. Not even the delays - they wanted to open in October - can take away his smile. He talks of the heart attack he suffered a couple of years ago, when he came face to face with reality and decided to make his profession his hobby ... the failure of his initiative at the Astoria, the Oscars and Goyas, the forthcoming elections, the complicated situation of Malaga and his argument with Carlos Saura, who accused him of betrayal. His heart is still beating a bit fast because he hasn't ... And there was the possibility of creating a theatre, which is really my passion. I'm a theatre actor at heart, despite all the films I have made. The money, at a certain moment, starts to become a Machiavellian intellectual process which keeps you tied

10:31

Local

Lux Mundi applauds the solidarity of St Andrew's Church and La Cala Lions

Tony Bryant fuengirola

...fuengirola. The Lux Mundi charity in Fuengirola has expressed their gratitude to kind-hearted donors who came to the rescue over Christmas. Lux Mundi had been expecting a donation of toys to help underprivileged families in Fuengirola, but due to r

13:40

LifeStyle

Fifty years in the life of Sgt Pepper and his band

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

When The Beatles entered studio two of the Abbey Road recording studios in North West London on 24 November 1966, there were rumours that the band were about to break up. The greatest rock band in the world had seen poor audience attendance during

18:29

National

Spain’s first woman defence minister found dead at 46

...were called to force down the door. The emergency services said that she “had been dead for several hours”. Carme Chacón had often spoken publicly about a congenital heart defect that was diagnosed when she was ten and which could have caused her ... serious complications at any time. “Ihave 35 beats a minute, my heart is backwards and an atrium and ventricle are blocked,” she explained in 2015. Originally from Esplugues de Llobregat (Barcelona), she leaves an eight-year-old son, who was staying

23:46

LifeStyle

Antonio Banderas takes centre stage

regina sotorrío malaga

...suggest the opposite. Earlier that day, in what may have been his most personal press conference to date, Antonio had spoken openly and emotionally about his recent heart attack and how grateful he is for his ever-loyal fans in Malaga and his "dreamlike"

13:33

LifeStyle

Estepona town hall creates 'cardio-safe' zone in the historic centre with 17 new defibrillators

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

...donated by a mother who lost her son as the result of a heart attack at the skate park. The town hall has not yet stated whether the 17 new DEAs will be in addition to or will replace the existing machines. Meanwhile, the department for health of the ... Junta de Andalucía has declared the historic centre of Estepona as 'Zona Cardioasegurada' as it can now offer rapid and effective attention to anyone havng a heart attack.

18:11

LifeStyle

The extravagant requests made by stars on their visits to the Costa

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...keep their heart rate up. Some people have their own table tennis table so they can relax, or wine imported from France for a post-performance celebration. To keep the stars happy, the major promoters of events have a department specifically to ... ensure that his heart rate didn't drop before he went back on stage after his band performed some numbers without him. James Brown (La Malagueta bullring, 1988) asked for a helmet hairdryer so he could ensure his characteristic hair looked right.

18:49

Travel

The Ouirgane valley - the unspoilt base for High Atlas holidaying

Andrew Forbes

Morocco is seductively exotic yet increasingly accessible. The modest airport at Marrakech is finally being expanded and low-cost routes easily connect this bohemian, cultural, and historic city with Europe and beyond. After a few days exploring th

15:23

LifeStyle

The dark side of escaping the daily routine

Mark Nayler

By his own admission, the narrator of this brilliant and dark novel is a “c***sucker”. He is at the very bottom of a three-layered hierarchy that constitutes the world of work in Spain: at the top are the “Buddhas”, who barely work but are unsackable

19:09

LifeStyle

A passion for a Scottish tradition on the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant

Scottish knight who was tasked with taking the embalmed heart of King Robert the Bruce to the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Although his mission was unsuccessful (Douglas was killed while assisting King Alfonso XI of Castile fight the Nasrid dynasty

11:12

Local

Sunshine at Nerja Residents’ Day, with the shadow of Brexit

Eugenio Cabezas

The 18th Nerja Residents’ Day took place on Plaza de España on Sunday. Thirty-four stalls represented the large number of associations, companies and other organisations that are formed by, or work with, foreigners in the town. There were music and d