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19:53

Local

Ryanair announces four new summer routes from the Costa del Sol

Pilar Martínez

Low-cost Irish airline Ryanair has announced new summer connections from Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport to Menorca, Belfast, Fez and Rabat. The leading operator, by passenger numbers, at Malaga airport will have a flight twice a week to Menorca,

17:13

What to do

Pigsy, seeking calm and solitude within artistic chaos

Tony Bryant

La Casa Amarilla art gallery in Malaga is hosting a new exhibition by Irish artist Ciaran McCoy from tomorrow, Saturday, until Tuesday 6 April. Born in Dublin in 1972, the established architect and artist, who paints under the alter-ego Pigsy, will

12:55

LifeStyle

Happiness in the form of chocolate

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...by an Irish resident, Eli McCarthy. She believes that, now more than ever, with a global crisis increasing the need for a boost in spirits, chocolate could provide a much-need dose of happiness. She explains why. First of all, tell us how you

17:53

LifeStyle

The Irish saint who became the patron of a fino

ALEKK M SAANDERS

One of the biggest bodegas in Jerez de la Frontera was named after St Patrick by its Irish founder, William Garvey. Garvey was an aristocrat born in 1756 at New Ross, County Waterford. He came to Cadiz in 1776 in search of merino rams to breed with ... the sheep that his father farmed in Ireland. According to legend, his ship was wrecked in a dreadful storm in the bay of Cadiz and William was rescued by Spaniards. A captain in the Spanish Navy, Rafael Gómez, generously offered to have the Irish man ... looked after by his daughters in his house in Puerto Real. During his recovery, William Garvey fell in love with one of the captain's daughters, Sebastiana Gómez Jiménez, and married her in 1794. The Irish man decided to stay in Andalucía thanks not

20:29

LifeStyle

The art of improvisation in lockdown

Jennie Rhodes

...dulcimers. Inspired by little-known, yet "mythological" Irish musician Michael O'Shea, who he first stumbled upon in the late 1980s in the UK, Robert set about making his very own instruments. Robert Lawson emulates the only known photo of his hero, ... Michael O’Shea, for his Bandcamp webpage as a tribute.SUR According to Robert, O'Shea made a sitar-style instrument with a wooden door he had found in a skip while travelling through Germany. He went on to appear on Irish television and record an album of ... improvised music with his homemade instrument, which he christened Mo Chara - meaning 'my friend' in Irish. Robert, 52, says he has now made around 12 dulcimer or zither-style instruments of varying sizes. In terms of criteria, he says, "I wanted them to be

22:11

Travel

Ryanair announces three new Costa del Sol routes this summer

Pilar Martínez

The Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is betting on the Spanish domestic travel market this summer. The company has this Thursday (11 March) announced “its largest Spanish domestic flight schedule in its history.” A Ryanair statement said, “Spanish ... flights with the lowest fares and with the option of a flight exchange offer in case their plans change,” the Irish airline added. Ryanair said that it will allow up to two free flight date changes on all reservations made before 31 March 2021. “This

15:10

Local

Trapiche market - a firm fixture in the Axarquía diary

Jennie Rhodes

...and very international," says Anita, adding that among the current stall holders there are Britons, Germans, French, Italians, Irish and Peruvians. Customers, she says, come from all over Europe and beyond and, even on a cold January morning in the

19:15

National

Primark announces seven new stores in Spain creating up to 650 jobs

EUROPA PRESS

Primark, the Irish low-cost fashion firm, is boosting its presence in Spain with the opening of new stores in San Fernando (Cádiz), Girona, San Sebastián, Madrid, Bilbao, Vigo and Marbella which will create 650 jobs, according to the company. The