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09:22

What to do

“A great deal of contemporary art has lost its spiritual element”

Antonio Javier López interview

‘bottari’, and your work in general, a way of facing up to the violence in the world? –Yes. I’m particularly sensitive to human violence in any of its destructive forms. It is something absolutely dominant in the world today. –Do you understand art as a ... Europe than in Asia. Of course New York, for example, is very different; everybody is competing and fighting for money, although there are some very stimulating values there as well. I believe every human being, and every culture, needs this spiritual

10:11

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A return to find poverty... and vitality

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...his first view of the human carnage wrought by war and Franco’s regime. Walking past him on the street were “children of ten with wizened faces, women of thirty who are already hags... I have never seen such sheer misery before”. Brenan talks to a

10:12

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Haunted by the past

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...movement had helped to exhume around 5,500 bodies of Franco’s victims from 280 unmarked ditches like the one in which Pilar, Virtudes and Valeriana were dumped. In January this year, the ARMH was awarded an €829,000 ($100,000) human rights prize by the ... loved ones died. The struggle of Poyales’ residents to bury their dead ceremonially, and to hold guilty individuals to account, is of course deeply moving on a human level; but it is also symbolic of Spain’s struggle as a whole to come to terms with

10:12

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Life, death, love and war

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...one brought to life by some of the finest dialogue Hemingway ever wrote. One wonders to what extent his protagonist’s belated, earth-shattering realisation was also Hemingway’s - namely, that “love is the most important thing that can happen to a human

10:12

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“Hyperthermia can become the fourth pillar in cancer treatment”

j. j. buiza

After more than 25 years involved in the fight against cancer, Jorge Contreras admits that for the first time he feels that he is immersed in something which is truly new and exciting. This 51-year-old doctor coordinates the Spanish Society of Oncolo

10:12

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A beloved country at war with itself

Mark Nayler reading into spain

A central vein of disappointment and sadness runs through A Moment of War, Laurie Lee’s unrelentingly bleak account of his experiences during the Spanish civil war. As I Walked Out One Midsummer’s Morning - the conclusion of which is this book’s begi

10:30

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Lives that begin ahead of time

amanda salazar health

...specialist hospitals such as the Materno Infantil in Malaga, which have sufficient material and human resources and staff trained in caring for these babies.The limits are delicate, bearing in mind that the legal limit for abortion in this country is 22

10:30

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Genetic engineering to stop AIDS

Eugenio Cabezas health

AIDS is one of the greatest pandemics in the world. It was only discovered 35 years ago in Los Angeles, but now around 38 million people have been infected by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), and approximately half of them are unaware of the

10:31

Gibraltar

'Neanderthals were human too': NY Times reporter writes about Gorham's Cave

DEBBIE BARTLETT GIBRALTAR

The work of local historians and scientists Clive and Geraldine Finlayson has featured in an article in New York Times Magazine about Neanderthals and their last known home, Gorham's Cave in Gibraltar, which has now been classified as a World Heritag

13:23

What to do

Exhibitions and galleries

Denise Bush what to do

...de las Bellas’ is the first individual exhibition by Ángeles Agrela. Combining sketching, painting, video and photography, Agrela explores, principally, the human form. Daniel Jameson Estepona. Until 27 January, Casa de la Juventud. Around a dozen,

14:45

What to do

This week in the galleries

Denise Bush what to do

/Giner, C/Madera. ‘El favor de las Bellas’ is the first individual exhibition by Ángeles Agrela. Combining sketching, painting, video and photography, Agrela explores, principally, the human form. Cultural agenda Music, dance, lectures, film,

15:13

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Siblings undergo pioneering kidney transplant at Malaga hospital

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA health

However, a compatible donor could not be found and Manuel started haemodialysis. He was hooked up to the machine for three months. However, Manuel was offered a lifeline as it was discovered that he and his sister shared the same HLA (human leokocyte

19:11

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Twins with rhythm in their blood

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...show. They are 'acro dancers', dancers with the ability to control their bodies and hold a classic posture after somersaulting in the air, turning one above the other and making a human pyramid. The scene took place beside the 'Cube' building above the

18:29

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush what to do

...de las Bellas’ is the first individual exhibition by Ángeles Agrela. Combining sketching, painting, video and photography, Agrela explores, principally, the human form. Cecilia Noriega-Bozovich Cecilia Noriega-Bozovich. Marbella. Until 13 February,

18:29

Local

'Piercing' the Porcupine sees again

Ignacio LIllo Malaga

He's called Piercing, he's a porcupine at Bioparc Fuengirola and he's become the first of his species to have a cataract operation, a visual problem which limits mobility and is also suffered by humans. He can now see clearly again and has returned t

20:55

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A printer that makes skin

DANIEL CABORNERO

Spanish researchers have designed a 3D bioprinter which can recreate "totally functional" human skin and will be a major breakthrough in the treatment of patients who need skin grafts, such as those suffering from major burns. Bioprinters are ... hospital in Madrid and the BioDan Group, which in July last year became the first Spanish company to create 100 per cent human skin. Dr Jorcano says "it all comes down to the bio-ink" in 3D bioprinters which can be used in many types of dermal research ... as well as in testing cosmetics. "Now we have gone one step further. We want the process of creating human skin to be automised, on a larger scale and at a lower cost," he explains. The deposition of these bio-inks is controlled by computer. The

14:18

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Help and advice for a complete horse novice

Jennie Rhodes aLGARROBO cOSTA

Members of a group that meets monthly to share advice and information about horses has been able to help someone with no experience to rescue and adopt an abandoned horse. Silvia Willers, 62, originally from Germany, explains that when she heard a

16:00

Opinion

Momentary lapse of reason

Peter Edgerton

...spoilsport, but living in the moment would have to be one of the worst possible choices anyone could ever make. After all, planning for and dreaming about the future is a large part of what makes us human. Animals live in the moment and, it's no coincidence I

11:41

Local

Three Malaga scientists hope their robot will fly to the moon

IGNACIO LILLO MALAGA

...accelerate interplanetary human evolution in a sustainable way. Therefore student José María Ortega Hernández, biologist Gonzalo Rocada Romero and engineer Julián Serrano Arabal, all 23, who successfully designed a model which aims to study seed growth on the ... moon, have made it into the top 25 of approximately 3,400 entrants. The only Spanish finalists, the Malaga trio's creation is apparently simple but would be crucial for the implementation of a human settlement on the moon. The prototype will

13:58

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Beatriz Ros goes hunting

Antonio Javier López Marbella

...in the work of Rosa, whose spikes recall Paleolothic remains: nine found in the bodies of animals and one, inside a human. The point when hunting becomes homicide. Ros appears wrapped and unwrapped in red silk in another video, 'El orden

19:46

What to do

What to do: music and events

Denise Bush

Music and dance The Wall Bar Malaga. Hotel Vincci Posada del Patio, 11pm, entry free. 17 February. Susan Valery and Adrian Lombardi. Jazz and vocals. Mäbu Malaga. 17 February, 10pm. Sala Velvet Club, C/de las Comedias. Mábu is an indie b

11:42

Local

National Police arrest three men from human trafficking network

L. GONZÁLEZ-SANTIAGO. SEville

Three Nigerian men belonging to a large human-trafficking network have been arrested by National Police. One of whom is believed to be the leader of the group. The gang are thought to have smuggled people from Nigeria into Spain and other parts of

19:08

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Teenage polar explorer to make history

ÁNGEL DE LOS RÍOS

Malaga teenager Manuel Calvo Ariza will become the youngest polar explorer in Spanish history when he takes part in the 'Desafío Ártico' (Arctic Challenge) expedition next week to Qaanaaq in the north-east of Greenland. He will be going on the expe

19:11

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New products made with seaweed aim to improve nutrition

SUR

...little-known natural marine resource and it is barely used at all at present, especially for human nutrition. Only a small section of the Spanish population uses this product - fresh, dried or tinned - for culinary purposes. "Because it has important

13:23

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The Persian Buttercup

Denise Bush Gardening

There are approximately 600 species in the Ranunculaceae family which includes buttercups and spearworts. One of the species that has become a popular garden plant is Ranunculus asiaticus or the Persian buttercup. As the name suggests, they origina

13:41

Local

Foreign residents urged to do their bit to keep census figures current

Jennie Rhodes MALAGA

...halls are required to find the human resources to carry out the work and that the annual campaigns are "important". He said that it is a "big cleaning project", which he recognises will take time but says it is "necessary so that towns get all the

13:45

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Mad as a March hare

PETER HARRISON wildlife

...reject it. Your scent is abhorrent to them. Use a cloth or other material which may smell but not of human scent. Walking with a friend across a moor we discovered two lambs which had fallen into a stream. In a hedge we found a piece of sacking blown

16:16

What to do

Music, charity and culture

Denise Bush

Music The Wall Bar Malaga. Hotel Vincci Posada del Patio, 11pm, entry free. 10 March. Daphne & Nicky. Jazz and bossanova. 11 March. Twin Room. Sonia Veravocals and Josu Jungutu on piano. Vintage swing. Guy Braunstein and friends Malaga.

18:56

Local

The untold story of the 'Spanish Aylan'

L.G.-S.

The story of little Samuel, the 'Spanish Aylan', won't stir as many western consciences as that of the Syrian boy who drowned off the coast of Greece, but that doesn't mean his story shouldn't be told to highlight the human tragedy which immigration

10:28

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17 March 2009: Villanueva de la Concepción becomes municipality 101

Rachel Haynes What Happened Today

The earliest traces of human presence in the area date back to the Middle Palaeolithic period, and Neolithic stone tools have been found. The Iberians founded the first town, Osqva, which was later referred to by Roman historians Tito Livio and Plinio.

12:14

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"I will really miss being an EU citizen"

MÓNICA BERGÓS BARCELONA

...disquisitions upon the divine and the human, with clear parallels with Hamlet. "How is it possible that I, who am not even young, who wasn't born yesterday, knows so much, or enough to be mistaken about so many things?" asks the aforementioned baby, who

11:18

Local

Not just man's best friend

FERNANDO TORRES Alhaurín de la torre

...owner will then go to the RayoCan facilities, and once there is a good understanding between human and animal, they begin to get to know each other until the day comes when they can go home together. However, their first meeting signals the start of an

13:02

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Palm oil? There's no need to panic just yet

LINDA ONTIVEROS

We've heard a lot about palm oil just recently. It raises cholesterol and therefore increases the risk of heart problems, and its manufacture generates contaminants which are potentially carcinogenic, according to the European Food Safety Authority (