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12:12

Local

Ten years with no news of Amy

JUAN CANO

...ago. The Irish teenager, who was then 15 years old, disappeared on that walk home without a trace. The Guardia Civil, who inspected the route she should have taken, found no evidence of an abduction, which is what her mother Audrey had feared had ... Christopher Fitzpatrick, has broken his silence and made statements to the Irish press. “Christmas and New Year's will never be the same again. I am still devastated over the loss of my two children, Amy and Dean,” he told the Sunday World. Fitzpatrick

10:49

Local

Ryanair ground staff threaten to strike on 30 December

...the unions, which represent around a thousand workers, outline 12 demands, which include a three per cent salary increase, no more than 214 working days a year and a higher overtime pay rate. The news comes just days after Ryanair's Irish, German, ... Italian and Portuguese pilots announced strikes. The Italians were due to stop today, 15 December, and the Irish on Wednesday 20 December.

13:05

Local

Local Irish bar triumphs at Global Irish Pubs Awards

TONY BRYANT

The Costa del Sol has long been home to a thriving Irish community and there are numerous bars and restaurants spread along the coast that cater especially for them. Most of these bars, of course, will claim to serve the “best pint of Guinness ... outside of Dublin”, be the “most authentic Irish pub in the area”, or offer the “best craic on the coast”, but few of these bars can genuinely live up to their claims. However, one small Irish bar in Torremolinos, which, incidentally, does not claim to ... be anything other than a decent Irish pub, has recently triumphed in the Irish Pubs Global Awards 2017. Pat Murphy's had been nominated in several categories, including 'Best Irish Community PubPat Murphy's Bar in Montemar, Torremolinos, won the

18:28

LifeStyle

Irish paintbrush, flamenco soul

fRANCISCO gRIÑáN

That day in May 1979 dawned cold and sad in a small Irish town. Only the flowers provided a note of colour in the cemetery. There were numerous wreaths on the grave, but one of them stood out among the others. Its message almost sounded out of ... place, from somewhere that was warm and light at that same time of year: "From your friends in Malaga," it read. Stefan von Reiswitz, Jorge Lindell, Enrique Pérez Almeda and the members of the Palmo group of artists had not forgotten their Irish friend. ... end up with 15 of us, and George at the heart of it all," says Sierra. "He was also an expert on Irish whiskey. He used to drink Powers." Stefan von Reiswitz often accompanied Jorge Campbell on the search for friendship and flamenco, and recalls how

20:22

Local

Northern Irish software firm to open Spanish base on the Costa

nuria triguero

A Northern Ireland-based software development company has chosen the Costa del Sol to set up its Spanish base. Neueda, a firm based in Belfast and which specialises in software delivery, training and consultancy, will invest 560,000 euros in the mo

11:59

LifeStyle

Finbar Furey headlines weekend of Irish music in Marbella

CHARLES DOWLES

The Parque de la Constitución in Marbella is going green this weekend with two days of Guiness and traditional Irish music. This Saturday and Sunday, a wide variety of live performances from artists such as 'Celtic fusion band' The Stolen Gnomes, ... Information WhereThe Parque de la Constitución in Marbella, opposite the Skol apartments. WhenSaturday 23 and Sunday 24 September from 12pm to 10pm. (Live music on from 12pm.) WhatA free Irish festival in Marbella with a whole host of live music, food ... Marbella-based Beacon Gastro Bar and drinks supplied by The Claddagh Irish bar. The event has been organised in partnership with The Claddagh Irish Bar and Marbella town hall.

14:56

LifeStyle

A good craic in Marbella

Ash Bolton

A Marbella park was packed with more than 800 revellers after an Irish Music Festival was held last weekend. The inaugural event saw people of all ages and nationalities descend on the Parque de la Constitución to see a variety of live ... performances. Organised from The Claddagh Irish Bar are now hoping to make the two-day festival an annual event. Marc Taylor, 36, manager of The Claddagh, told SUR in English: “It was our first event and we were in the dark as to how many people were going ... people over for an Irish music festival. I agreed, and then he told me I was organising it.” Mark, who is originally from Bristol, added: “We wanted to do an event that would give something back to the community. And it went down very well! “The

11:38

LifeStyle

Novelising the fascinating history of Spain

TONY BRYANT Joan Fallon, Novelist

...relationships of her protagonist. Joan was born in Dumfries, Scotland, the only child of a Scottish mother and an Irish father. A former training and development consultant for Bucks County Council, Joan was educated at Felixstowe Grammar School and spent her

10:39

Local

A sea of Irish green

sur costa del sol

The Irish communities along the Costa del Sol joined the rest of the world last weekend in celebrating the life, and death, of St Patrick, Ireland's most popular saint. Glorious temperatures attracted thousands of revellers dressed in an array of ... Irish costumes, but it was not all Guinness and leprechauns. The Irish Association of Spain organised several events, including the huge parties that were held in Benalmádena and Torremolinos, and they also arranged a religious celebration in the ... parish church in Arroyo de la Miel. More than 300 people attended the special mass to honour the saint's life and this was followed by the traditional parade from the church to La Paloma park. Thousands of people enjoyed an afternoon of Irish singing

14:23

LifeStyle

Malaga's links with famous Irish nationals

Tony Bryant malaga

Malaga's history because two of his daughters married personalities of great importance in the development and future of the city. George Campbell was a renowned Irish painter who had a 25-year love affair with Malaga. Campbell became acquainted with ... numerous Spaniards who had settled in Dublin during the 1940s, and he often painted visiting Spanish dancers in their traditional costume Walter Starkie, the Irish scholar, Hispanist, author, musician and founder and first director of the British ... Institute in Madrid, was seduced by Spain. One of his most famous works, Spanish Raggle-Taggle, is based on his travels through Spain during the 1930s. Robert Boyd is probably one of the most popular Irish heroes connected with Spain. Boyd was one of