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18:11

LifeStyle

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

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...fulfil the 'shopping list' sent by each artist's tour team. The staff in these departments serve as the link between the venue and the singer's representatives. However, when Elton John came to Malaga (Palacio de los Deportes Martín Carpena, 2015), he ... Sting, Jennifer Lopez, George Michael and Elton John.SUR To prevent problems of that type, Bob Dylan demanded that the temperature on stage did not drop below 24 degrees, and he said that if it did then he reserved the right to refuse to perform.

17:38

Local

British resident's book donation

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Nerja resident, John Victor Day, originally from Leicester, responded to Nerja Museum’s call for donations by delivering 200 books on history and architecture earlier this week. Museum director, Juan Baptista Salada Escaño, said, “I was delighted ... when John came to the museum with his donation. The books are all written by revered historians and archaeologists.” The museum hopes to open a library in early 2018.

12:36

Gibraltar

Ice Age Europe Now exhibition on view in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

An open-air photographic exhibition on the theme of Ice Age Europe is now on view at Commonwealth Park, Gibraltar where it will remain until the end of May before continuing its European tour. The exhibition was officially opened by Professor John

11:00

What to do

Brothers in art

Ash bolton

Two British music legends unveiled exclusive album covers in Estepona this week. Brian Travers from UB40 and John Illsley from Dire Straits are showing the artwork as part of a free exhibition that opened on Thursday at the Kempinski Hotel. The ... show includes 21 pieces of their art that will be on display to the public from now until early next year. Exhibition Artists. Brian Travers of UB40 and John Illsley of Dire Straits. Exhibits. 21 artworks including new album covers. Venue. ... Gallery space to the right of the entrance of the Kempinski Hotel, Estepona. Dates. Until 10 January 2019. More information. www.kempinski.com Brian and John have always had a passion for painting, both of them studying at art school before getting

13:34

LifeStyle

Ireland meets Malaga for St Patrick's Day

GEORGIE KENNY

Malaga. The Quiet Man film screening. 15 March, 4.30pm, Official School of Languages of Malaga, EOI, Assembly Hall; 20 March, 5pm, Gerald Brenan House, first floor. Directed by Irish-born American director John Ford. Starring John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara ... with the letter w, and even appears written on 19th century maps, as 'Galbei'. Little is known about the origins of this establishment, but it is understood that it belonged to Eduardo Galwey Molina, the grandson of John Galway of Ireland. ... According to Antonio Montañez, whose family has run the restaurant since 1993, after the wars in Ireland in the 1700s, Spain played host to many Irish exiles. John Galway, who was made a knight of Carlos III, was one of them. Being in Spain, the family

17:23

Travel

Senegal sojourn

Andrew Forbes

...visited; so did Pope John Paul II; and in 2013 Barack and Michelle Obama came to Gorée island. This is more than just a tourist destination; it feels like a place of pilgrimage, and of reconciliation with the past. Gorée Island.CARDINALIA COMUNICACIÓN It

11:41

Gibraltar

Beach Service Open Day on Saturday

Debbie Bartlett

Anyone who fancies working on Gibraltar's beaches this summer should head down to John Mackintosh Square on Saturday 24 February, to the Beach Service Open Day, which is taking place from 10am to 3pm. The organisers are keen to meet anyone who is

14:18

Gibraltar

Art competition entries invited

Debbie Bartlett

Entry forms for the 44th International Art Competition are now available from The Fine Arts Gallery in Casemates, The Mario Finlayson National Art Gallery in City Hall and the John Mackintosh Hall. Entries can be handed in to the Gustavo Bacarisas

10:37

LifeStyle

Burns Night fun on the Costa

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1,900 euros at their Burns Night at the Tamisa Golf Hotel, near Mijas Golf, helped along by Scottish hotel-owner, John Peach, and club Social Secretary, Sandy Tavendale. The piper played a rousing accompaniment to the haggis on its silver salver. This

14:50

Gibraltar

Gibraltar bans the release of helium balloons to protect the environment

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...minister Fabian Picardo and environment minister Dr John Cortes, praising the initiative and ending the letter with "Thank you for this enlightened advance and we hope that it will be emulated by many other governments, including that of the UK". In

22:22

Travel

Mesmerising Malta

ASH BOLTON

...century, it was the first planned city in Europe, and is peppered with picture postcard streets filled with 320 monuments of interest. Among this treasure trove you'll find St John's Co-Cathedral, arguably one of the most beautifully decorated churches in ... Europe. Other notable buildings include one of the oldest working theatres in Europe, the Manoel Theatre, built by the Knights of St John. I was most impressed by the Upper and Lower Barrakka Gardens though. Built in 1661, they host a collection of

13:40

Local

Malaga runs for press freedom

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Paseo de Martiricos, where it was started by Francisco de la Torre, city mayor, and ended at Calle Alcazabilla. The race was won by Mario García Moreno, from Malaga Athletic Club, followed by John Meade and Martin Storey. The fastest female runner was

15:02

Gibraltar

Gibraltar nature reserve extended to protect it for future generations

Debbie Bartlett

...biodiversity, and the government intends to open parts of it to the public on a restricted basis in due course. Dr John Cortes, the Minister for Environment, Heritage and Climate Change says, "There is much comment in some quarters about concrete jungles and

18:49

Opinion

Anisaki

ANDREW J. LINN

The phone rang in the middle of the night. "John, do you know what time it is?" "Sorry but I feel terrible and wanted to know if you're okay." When we arrived at Urgencias the duty doctor knew exactly what to do when he learnt we had eaten ceviche ... earlier. After a period of observation he extracted the anisakis parasites from John's stomach by endoscope. We were having coffee a few hours later, he none the worse for the experience and lucky to have found a doctor who was on the ball. WINE OF THE ... in fish, so a human host is a cul-de-sac and it dies as it tries to penetrate the stomach wall. Immediate extraction, before it passes into the intestine, is the best solution. So, while John was lucky with his prompt examination, many people are not,

12:15

Opinion

Musical bubbles

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

...market supply and demand. And so, in 2005, the Mijas racecourse played host to stars such as Elton John and Rod Stewart and, more recently, Marbella once again took the lead in the organisation of big musical events in an old quarry under the Starlite

13:44

Gibraltar

Talk by Auschwitz survivor next week

Debbie Bartlett

The Ministry of Equality has arranged a talk by Auschwitz survivor Arek Hersh and holocaust education adviser Mike Levy at the King's Bastion Leisure Cinema on 7 December at 6.30pm. Tickets cost five pounds and can be purchased from the John

12:50

Gibraltar

New book on public service broadcasting

D.B

Gibraltar Heritage Trust in John MacKintosh Square and at L. Sacarello at 96 Main Street. All proceeds will go to the GBC Open Day Trust .

09:42

Gibraltar

Mayor's Awards presented to six people and one charity

Debbie Bartlett

...a heart attack, just two weeks after completing a first aid course. The other five recipients were presented with Community Awards: John Diaz received one in recognition of his voluntary work with the Prostate Cancer Support Group; Joseph Palmero

10:40

Gibraltar

Gibraltar plans a ban on sale of energy drinks to under-16s

Debbie Bartlett

...unregulated amounts of caffeine, and have been associated with serious adverse health effects, such as diabetes, mood and behavioural issues, as well as tooth decay. John Cortes, the Minister of Public Health, says the legislation to control access to high

13:09

LifeStyle

21 June 1805: The legendary bandit El Tempranillo is born

JENNIE RHODES

...saying, "When Fernando VII was the King of Spain and José María was the love of Andalucía." British artist John Frederick Lewis managed to arrange a meeting with him while visiting Cordoba and painted his portrait. Small in stature, he was described as