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23:31

LifeStyle

A lost tradition? Ten good reasons to make soup

SOLANGE VÁZQUEZ

Alas, modern life is slowly depriving us of many things that made us feel good. And soup, once indispensable in every home, is one of them. A faster pace of life and packed lunches for the office have almost relegated soups to culinary archeology.

14:07

LifeStyle

German biologist publishes updated atlas of marine life off the shores of the Costa

Jennie Rhodes

German marine biologist and Malaga resident, Karl Ludwig-Schick, has recently published an updated version of his marine life atlas of the Costa del Sol (Atlas Submarino de la Costa del Sol), in English, Spanish and German. Ludwig-Schick said, ... marine life, including an invasive brown algae, Rugulopterix okamurae, which brought fishing in Marbella and Estepona to a standstill in the summer of 2019. The Pelagia noctiluga, known as the fire jellyfish, whose mass presence in recent years has

11:45

Local

Young man dies after city centre van crash

JON SEDANO

"It looked like a bomb had exploded," said one of the first people to arrive at the scene after a grey Volkswagen minivan smashed into the wall of a house in Malaga at around midnight on Sunday. A young man lost his life in the crash in Calle Lope

14:21

LifeStyle

British author publishes new book about the life of George Langworthy

Tony Bryant

...of Torremolinos, a new English-language biography published in June reveals the complete, fascinating life of this celebrated pioneer. Written by Mike Shapton, The Englishman of the Peseta, is a biographical account of a wealthy young man who set ... sail from Victorian Manchester to Gibraltar on 21 November 1903 in order to start a new life in Spain. Today, his story is known to many people along the Costa del Sol, although primarily for being a generous Englishman who gave away his fortune, and ... eventually his home, to the locals. Mike's book goes much deeper and recounts the remarkable story of an Englishman whose life took him through the highs of the British Empire to his final resting place in the English Cemetery in Malaga. Mike, who was

15:59

Sport

'I feel this is my place in the world; I enjoy country life'

OSKAR BELATEGUI

...former freestyle wrestler has traded competing around the globe for a more tranquil life on her family farm in the Basque village of Olaeta. What time did you get up today? Quarter to six. First I milked the sheep and then I made cheese. How many ... cheese taste like? Above all, a tradition, a way of life. The taste varies every year because it depends on the pastures, whether it is a wet or dry year. When I was very young we didn't market it, but when I was 14 I remember going with my mother to ... the fairs. You've looked after sheep and fought all your life. Yes, when I was studying I didn't help my parents in the stable, but if I had a holiday I would take a book and go and look after the sheep. When I was nine, I started sambo at school.

22:10

LifeStyle

'Mushrooms don't cure Covid but they do have a host of health benefits'

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...accompanied by a professional guide... It is wise to. They say there are no golden rules for distinguishing between poisonous and edible mushrooms. I have devoted all my life to mushrooms and fungi and I have a qualification as a mycology guide, a branch of

14:02

Local

Eyes on four legs to walk the city streets

IGNACIO LILLO

...into his life, and he was already blind when he learned to play it. Tony's guide dog is called Orwell and he is "beautiful and very good", although he was quite excitable during this interview because he had only been in his new home for a very short ... had to learn to come to terms with that and keep going somehow," he says, with the help of his family. "I didn't know how to eat, or move about. I had to learn everything, and now I'm very mobile, I get on planes and trains, I have a normal life. It's ... owners' lives are as well. Tony is very active, continually travelling, and that requires a lively dog which adapts quickly. Toño's day-to-day life is much quieter, with a steady routine. In September the ONCE Foundation's guide dog school was 30 years