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14:32

Gibraltar

Gibraltar play Republic of Ireland in Victoria Stadium

GEORGIE KENNY.

This Saturday Gibraltar football squad play the Republic of Ireland at the Rock's Victoria Stadium. The match is Ireland's first game in the European Qualifiers for 2020. As the Victoria Stadium only has capacity for 2,000 spectators, a

13:34

LifeStyle

Ireland meets Malaga for St Patrick's Day

GEORGIE KENNY

Irish people all over the world will be celebrating St Patrick's Day this Sunday 17 March. While the most spectacular events will be in Ireland itself, Malaga will be commemorating its own connections with the country and its people. IRISH EVENTS ... throughout Spain and along the Costa del Sol, led by General Torrijos. Costa del Sol towns plan a variety of events to mark St Patrick's Day Among his ranks of rebel soldiers was Robert Boyd. Born a Protestant in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Boyd had ... the Spanish people he encountered both in Spain, England and Ireland. The inn The Venta Galwey is a popular restaurant on the Colmenar road through the Montes de Málaga natural park. Its name is pronounced wrongly by the local people, unfamiliar

13:00

Local

International festival to promote Celtic folklore to youngsters

TONY BRYANT

...an English-language mass, a pageant dedicated to the history of St Patrick, educational activities and a Celtic music gala night performed by musicians and dancers from Northern Ireland and Spain, along with local Irish, Scottish and Welsh performers. ... Catholic priest explained to SUR in English. "The idea came about because I thought we were not bringing out our traditional Irish culture"Father Daly arranged for several young musicians and dancers from Northern Ireland to come to the Costa del Sol to ... perform at the first edition of the festival and he intends to bring even more children from Ireland to participate next year. He hopes that the trip will act as an educational journey to help youngsters to integrate and learn about the longstanding

15:16

Sport

Narrow defeat but a positive start to Euro qualifying for Gibraltar

Daryl Finch

Despite the latest international break yielding two defeats, the Gibraltar national team can hold their heads high after pushing the Republic of Ireland all the way in their European Championships qualifier at the Victoria Stadium last Saturday. ... A combination of resolute defending and the elements contrived to make life hard for Ireland on Mick McCarthy's return to the dug-out. Gibraltar, 194th in the world rankings, more than held their own in the first half and could have gone ahead

14:44

LifeStyle

Biggest turnout yet for Marbella Irish festival

Ash Bolton

...biggest yet in its three-year history. One of the organisers, Colm Fitzpatrick, 32, who is originally from Cork, Ireland, and has lived in San Pedro since January 2017, told SUR in English: "It was huge and we had more people than expected. "On Friday

14:59

Local

Irish family's car crashes into schoolyard after son accelerates away

C. MÁRQUEZ

A father from Ireland got a shock last week as he was loading the car with cases at a property in San Pedro before driving to Malaga Airport. With the motor running in the garage, according to investigators, his 13-year-old son climbed into the

15:17

LifeStyle

The mysterious Apostle of Ireland

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

St Patrick's Day parties and parades will be taking place all around the world today, as Irish nationals remember the Apostle of Ireland, the most celebrated saint of them all. ST PATRICK'S EVENTS Benalmádena. Mass will be held in the Iglesia ... first began in North America in the eighteenth century and did not spread to Ireland until the twentieth century. The first parade was held in New York City on 17 March 1762, and today it still uses the same route as it did more than 250 years ... village. The parade was abolished after one of the pubs closed down in 2007. For most of the twentieth century, St Patrick's Day was considered a strictly religious holiday in Ireland and the nation's pubs remained closed. The day was converted to a