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20:41

Travel

Travel is dead! Long live travel!

Andrew Forbes

Despite the significant impact of these unprecedented restrictions (felt especially in tourism-dependent regions like Malaga province) they have been tolerated. As citizens in a wider community, we accept them as necessary sacrifices to protect national

18:20

What to do

The Brigitte Bardot treasure that turned up in an auction

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...shows what we don't see on-screen", he explained, like the legendary actress in the swimming pool at Club el Remo, and chatting, surrounded by children, in La Carihuela. Also at the opening were writer Alfredo Taján; the director of La Térmica, Salomón

18:19

Local

Celebrity offers 3,000 euro reward for missing cat on the Costa del Sol

ALVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

...escaped while the young woman was working in Paris, and friends were taking care of her house located in the luxurious Vega del Jaque residential development, near La Quinta. Rajah is a one-year-old Savannah cat. The coat is short and has spots like

12:48

Opinion

A comedy of errors

Peter Edgerton

It happens like this: you hear some very welcome news related to events of the past, feel a shoot of joyous energy, dance a lovely little jig around the living room floor and then slump back onto the sofa, exhausted, in order to consider the ... professionally and, occasionally, may even have passed away (as is the case here with John Mahoney who played Frasier's pragmatic, long suffering dad). No, the more I think about it, the more I don't like the idea of my favourite series coming back for a shot

12:47

Opinion

Inner conflict

Mark Nayler

...plebiscite held by its separatist government in October 2017, saying beforehand that it would "mobilise" the electorate. Like most of the 'independistas' with whom he pledges allegiance, the Podemos leader is also strongly anti-monarchist, once promising

12:44

Opinion

Restaurant indicators

ANDREW J. LINN

...the waiter and request mineral water, much better. The main test involves ordering the meal. Ideally, they should ask the host's advice about the best choice at that particular restaurant, or maybe say something like 'I can't decide between the

10:51

National

Local police in Spain ask not to be jabbed with the AstraZeneca vaccine

ALVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

...example in France, where they have had to suspend vaccination among the risk group of police and health workers due to side effects including very strong flu-like symptoms, headaches and high fevers. Additionally, the group points out that in Spain the

10:49

Local

Andalucía set to update list of towns subject to Covid-19 restrictions

ÁNGEL DE LOS RÍOS / EUROPA PRESS

The Junta de Andalucía will this Thursday (25 February), like very Thursday, review the perimeter closures and the suspension of all non-essential activity measures in each of the cities, towns and villages across the entire region. Any new

15:37

Sport

'Playing in the Champions League was worth it, even if it led to where Malaga are now'

pedro luis alonso

...from those at the real heavyweight clubs, like Bayern or Barcelona. However, the English market can be complicated due to the money involved. There’s a lot of outside influence to consider, from players’ agents for example, who are in contact with the ... shape to stop the other side from playing, but if you’ve got someone like Messi, you have to give him freedom. But there are only about ten or fifteen players in the world who can be afforded this luxury because of the difference they can make. It takes ... Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi? For me, it will be someone who has at least a decade at the highest standard and isn't affected by injuries. There are players like Mbappé and Haaland who’ve shown their potential, but they would need to be consistently scoring

15:10

Local

Trapiche market - a firm fixture in the Axarquía diary

Jennie Rhodes

...suppers and a carvery either," she laughs, adding "I'm a vegetarian." Like everywhere, the Covid-19 pandemic has hit the market hard, with many stallholders worried about the virus and deciding not to have a stall for the time being. Anita started ... with 12 stalls in 2007 and that soon became 18. By 2019 she explains that before Covid they could have up to 70. In terms of visitors, she admits that she has "no idea" how many people come through, but that "it's normally a lot". Like other markets,

11:49

Sport

Malaga bring long winless run at home to an end in spectacular fashion

Daryl Finch

Dani Barrio made a spectacular, if comfortable save to parry it away. Pellicer, who effectively set up his side like the away team, was delighted with the result. "We were really convincing against an opponent that recently was able to come back from

11:46

Sport

Everyone's favourite granny at Malaga's sporting arenas

cristina pinto

...including basketball, but was captivated by the atmosphere. “It was so much fun, I was like a little girl, I had such a good time. And it was addictive - I have never missed a single European match since!” she says. After that first experience, Mari Pepa ... was continually looking to buy tickets and the following year she couldn’t resist becoming a season ticket holder. “When I originally came to Ciudad Jardín, I had no idea what life was going to be like, but it was so exciting. I couldn’t wait for match ... thousand stories to tell After so many years watching these sports, Mari Pepa has thousands of memories, including celebrations like the time fans rushed onto the pitch at La Rosaleda when Malaga gained promotion, although she says she wasn’t one of them.

12:50

Sport

Malaga Femenino face play-off lottery to remain in the second tier

ADG

...minutes. A fine save from Lucía Martín ensured the scores were level at the break and just like at the start of the first half Malaga come out strong. However, a double change from Pozoalbense changed the dynamic of the game completely and it was the

14:58

LifeStyle

A 21st-century homage to Catalonia

Jennie Rhodes

...had sidelined, like I've been able to take people to see the wolves in Zamora," the tour guide explains. We agree that in a sense it's allowing people to travel from the comfort or confinement of their own home. We touch on the question of a Brit

13:29

Opinion

The way we were

Peter Edgerton

...alone at the end of the bar in the early evening heat, clutching a pint glass and feeling like the luckiest man in the world. And of Manolo's daughter dancing.

13:24

Opinion

Sex or sherry?

ANDREW J. LINN

...to almost pre-Covid heights - and Christmas helped. Other sparkling wines like prosecco and cava enjoyed increased sales too. The outsider The outsider that became an insider is sherry. After years of unexciting sales, González Byass announced

13:05

Sport

Spain's big boys set to miss out big time

Rob Palmer

...started with Luis Figo and Zinedine Zidane, followed by the two Ronaldos, plus Ronaldinho. Some haven't quite lived up to the billing, like Michael Owen, David Beckham, Nicolas Anelka and Robinho. We haven't seen a Real Madrid cash splash since 176 ... money. There are no guarantees in football but Mbappé and Haaland look like sound investments. Mbappé, a World Cup winner as a teenager was the human hurricane which devastated the Camp Nou this week. His hat-trick virtually ended Barcelona's European

12:49

Local

Local tourism figures paint a desperate picture after a year of pandemic

Pilar Martínez

...weight of tourism on the Andalusian economy. It accounts for 12 per cent directly, but indirectly the figure is more like 30 per cent. If we don't save tourism, we won't be able to save the economy," said the president of the CEA Tourism Committee, Miguel

19:27

LifeStyle

How much is genetic?

YOLANDA VEIGA

...traits like extroversion, introversion or an aggressive temperament do have a high percentage of heritability," says Dr Juan José Tellería, secretary of the Spanish Human Genetics Association (AEGH) and lecturer at Valladolid University. To a large ... extent, then, we are all like our parents, but who we are is also the result of environmental factors. For example: "If you separate twins and take them to live in different countries, you will see how their physical similarities gradually diminish because ... eyes is actually the result of a lack of tonality in the iris. "This blue colour is the result of how light is diffracted in the eye. It is like the so-called blue sea. The sea isn't blue, it just looks as if it is," he says. Returning to the subject

18:27

LifeStyle

Spanish 'Katiuskas' turn 90

...the shoe shops and asked for boots like Katiuska's. From that point forward, shoe shops began to recognize rubber boots as 'Katiuskas.' Rubber boots for women have since been readily available in many shops but men can only find them for sale in sport

12:37

LifeStyle

Pancakes, an ancient recipe from humble origins

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...main ingredient consists of flour from cereals, beans or seeds that lack the gluten needed to keep them spongy once baked, they are sometimes used like bread, to soak up gravy and to wrap other foods. This is the case with Mexican maíz tortillas, the

21:54

LifeStyle

The future of Marvel, drawn in Malaga

Antonio Javier López

...wouldn't like it to be already determined. I feel that artistically I am still young and before defining myself any more I would like to try a lot of different things, like using paint in the comic, or photography, or print... I'd like to be able to ... and brought up in Malaga, Natacha came back to the province after studying Fine Arts at Granada university and trying to make a name for herself in the comic industry from Barcelona. "I'm really grateful to be part of this group," she says. Like ... contract with Marvel is a blessing for these artists as it provides job stability, as the Stormbreakers are to be given different commissions over the next few years. "It feels like being chosen as part of something like the Dream Team, and now we have

13:23

Opinion

Three-way confession

Rachel Haynes

...the freedom the city - we cyclists can claim our place on the city's roads. But so far I've preferred to get off and walk. The Driver: I must confess I don't like bikes on the road. It's annoying when you get behind one and have to chug along in

22:02

Opinion

Soft sell

Peter Edgerton

...haven't had a CD player since 1998. The whole situation is compounded by the fact that many people are quite happy to listen to music on their mobile telephones, a practice which results in anything being played - from Mozart to McCartney - sounding like

21:53

Opinion

Anyone for soup?

ANDREW J. LINN

Are you a soup person? There are people who like, even adore, soup, and there are those who would not care if they never saw a plate again for the rest of their lives. But while accepting that soup is liquid food, can it ever be as exciting as ... mean that the hosts are not keen either. Eastern European 'soups' are thicker and meatier than the classic more liquidy versions, and, rather like Spain's satisfying 'sopa de pescado' (fish soup), are actually broths containing vegetables, potatoes

14:49

Sport

Countdown begins to the Copa de la Reina final in Malaga

MARINA RIVAS

It's not going to be done in the way we had planned, but it will still go ahead thanks to all of our efforts. Events like this motivate us to continue working for women's equality." Rubiales concluded the event by highlighting the involvement of the

16:39

LifeStyle

A century of Malaga's most historical café

JUAN SOTO

...was fed up with having to re-do coffees because the clients always wanted a bit more than he gave them. They would, for example, ask for more milk, or say they wanted their coffee stronger. "At that time people didn't like spending their money and

14:16

Local

Jet2.com again delays the restart of Costa del Sol flights

Pilar Martínez

...that for customers who will be traveling from 15 April onwards, more updates will be provided when appropriate, adding, "We would like to thank our valued customers for their patience and understanding." Package holidays The airline, which also

09:59

National

The Junta's committee of experts to review Covid restriction measures

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

...the Junta, Juan Marín, also said, "The downward trend in incidence is good news, but it is not happening at the rate we would like." Hospital pressure due to the pandemic’s third wave remains high with 4,491 people admitted and, of those, 719 are in

17:59

LifeStyle

Stripping the veneer off 'expat' life

Jennie Rhodes

...hosts a weekly Desert Island Discs-style show for a Barcelona based radio station. The book has been co-written by 10 women who have left their native countries to start new lives abroad. "I'm not great at not being busy, I like being busy," the