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11:16

Local

Legal proceedings started over Marbella FC's new sports complex

Héctor Barbotta Marbella

Construction of the La Dama de Noche Sports City in Marbella, which was opened on 18 January, was carried out without a municipal licence. Legal proceedings against MFC Sport Arena, the owner of the installations used by Marbella FC and which inclu

10:49

Local

New cycle lane being built through the centre of Puerto Banús

Mónica Pérez MARBELLA

...sustainable construction projects they would like to see carried out in Marbella this year. As a result the council have invested 300,000 euros in the plan, which is due to be finished within four months. Councillor Blanca Fernández said that the

11:09

Local

Vegetable prices have increased in Malaga because of bad weather

JUAN SOTO

...last year, green beans have gone up by 64 per cent and courgettes by about 75 per cent. For example, aubergines which were 1.81 euros a kilo are now 3.28. The Young Farmers Association (Asaja) cannot remember a situation like this occurring before,

11:08

LifeStyle

Predictable Bocuse

A. J. LINN

...in that order. Worth mentioning is that in the 15 versions of the Bocuse d'Or, Norway has won five times and France eight. Spain has never made the final. Perhaps with sponsors like Pommery, San Pellegrino, Wagyu, Dubouef, Laroche, Villeroy & Bosch,

11:08

LifeStyle

Romantic legends for Valentine's Day

JAVIER ALMELLONES

...what is now known as the 'Peña de los Enamorados', or Lovers' Rock. Tagzona's father, like most of society at the time, disapproved of this passion between people from opposing bands and religious beliefs. Despite this, according to popular legend,

11:08

Opinion

A change would do you good

Peter Edgerton

...technicality to have it made null and void." "Eh?" "Plus, in future, we're going to stop any teams coming to our ground whose style of play we don't like. You know - teams that are more direct than we are, that go straight for goal. No hit and hope or

11:08

Opinion

Trying times

Mark Nayler

...government, is being tried for his alleged involvement in Bankia's 'black credit card' case. Along with 64 other defendants, Rato stands accused of running up substantial bills on these 'blank' cards, which were handed out like sweets to senior Bankia ... for bankrupting the lender in the process of accumulating personal wealth. Their imprisonment sends out a message of hope to those who want to see individuals like Rato held to account for their role in bringing Spain's banking sector to its knees,

16:55

Local

A World War II hero in a second-hand market

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

like the sun at dawn," he says, trying to find a metaphor to describe how he felt when he saw a leather aviator's helmet which appeared to be from the Second World War. He thought it was in good condition, and it also included the pilot's oxygen mask

16:29

LifeStyle

The need to feel useful after retirement

Jennie Rhodes

1970s and 1980s, so when the whole Jimmy Saville thing hit the news it was like déja-vu." Jenny retired and moved to Torrox Pueblo in August 2015, having holidayed in Nerja for a number of years previously and fallen in love with the area. Although she

15:45

LifeStyle

Aloe Vera, the healthy soft drink of the future

RUBÉN CAÑIZARES Health

...has been shown to have anti-inflammatory power over the digestive epithelium, an epithelium which withstands a number of chemical and physical aggressions. That's why it was considered a good idea to use the aloe in a drink. It's like a cactus juice

18:20

National

The hope of a better life

ÁLVARO FRÍAS

For a desperate person who crosses the sea from Morocco in search of a better life, there is only the hope that the movement of the waves will stop on the other side of the Mediterranean. This is like Russian roulette, in which the bullets are the ... television which frequently showed what life in Europe was like. He spent his childhood in the company of his best friend, whose family is better off than his own, and who has now gone to live and study in Paris. “Brother, you just have to see this,” the

20:25

LifeStyle

Taking the gospel to the streets of NYC

Tony Bryant

When 19-year-old James Harper told his parents that he had decided to work with a charity in New York, they had certain reservations about his decision. James had volunteered to help dysfunctional families in areas like Brooklyn, Queens, Harlem ... that exists there; they think about the famous parts like Time Square. If you actually venture into the poor areas of Brooklyn, you will find a great deal of necessity," James told SUR in English. The Metro World Child mission was started by an ... and get a monthly update on his or her progress. The organisation now looks after more than 20,000 children in New York; across the world in places like the Philippines, Romania, India and Kenya, Metro reaches over 200,000 children every week.

13:24

LifeStyle

Getting motivated

Denise Bush Lifestyle

If you haven't felt like getting out in the garden due to the cold winds (and even snow in some areas) then the return of the sunshine should give you the motivation to get out there and start preparing beds for the spring. Digging is the best way

10:39

Local

New method estimates cave drawings to be 20,000 years old

Eugenio Cabezas Nerja

...in April. This new method can only analyse drawings which mix organic elements such as charcoal, with inorganic materials like calcite. "We want to continue to deepen our knowledge of the age of these drawings, without harming their conservation,"

13:46

Gibraltar

"Gibraltar's situation is unique," chief minister tells Brussels

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...be an engine of economic growth because that is in everybody's interests. He said Gibraltar would like a special relationship with the EU after Brexit to keep the border free-flowing, and for access to the single market for services. "Gibraltar's

17:29

Local

A dream come true for architect Basil Al Bayati

JESÚS HINOJOSA Malaga

A journey into the origins of the culture of Al-Andalus, a place to experience new sensations through design, architecture and craftsmanship. That is The Unique World of Basil Al Bayati, a museum and cultural centre which is scheduled to open in Marc

16:02

Opinion

Trump - the mirror

Héctor Barbotta

...while we censure the absence of blacks and Hispanics in Trump's government we are not even capable of imagining a gypsy or a Muslim in the Spanish cabinet. There's nothing like looking elsewhere to avoid looking at ourselves.

16:00

Opinion

Momentary lapse of reason

Peter Edgerton

...go wild for advice of this kind and pepper their enthusiasm with words like "mindfulness" to add an air of esoteric knowledge. My mind's full of all sorts of tosh but I'm not convinced that's exactly what they're driving at. Anyway, sorry to a be a ... is clearly a far more attractive proposition than living in the moment, for all kinds of reasons. Actually I'd like to write a self-help book on the subject. It'd be called Advice On Living In The Moment. Page 1: Don't. Page 2: The End.

15:40

LifeStyle

Walking 700 miles for the love of a dove

DEBBIE BARTLETT

Most people would probably recognise a turtle dove if they saw one, but it has to be said that many are unaware that this pretty bird is an endangered species. Some of those who do know, however, feel very strongly about protecting them, such as a gr

14:37

Sport

José Rodríguez joins to reinforce Malaga's midfield

Daryl Finch Malaga

José Rodríguez is now a Malaga player. His signing was confirmed on Tuesday, transfer deadline day, after the player passed his medical on Monday morning. The midfielder joins until the end of the season on a loan deal from German club Mainz, with an

14:26

LifeStyle

A guide to new fitness

RUBÉN CAÑIZARES Health

Brazilian martial art which consists of tackling your opponent and getting them on the ground. I'm sure people are really going to like it," he explains. Finally, Peiro reveals a new activity which is still being prepared. It may not be ready for the

13:48

Local

A dream come true for Basil Al Bayati

JESÚS HINOJOSA Malaga

A journey into the origins of the culture of Al-Andalus, a place to experience new sensations through design, architecture and craftsmanship. That is The Unique World of Basil Al Bayati, a museum and cultural centre which is scheduled to open in Marc

21:06

Sport

Unicaja progress to the EuroCup quarter finals

They couldn’t afford to slip up... and they didn’t. Unicaja are through to the quarter finals of the EuroCup after beating Alba Berlin by 83-77 at the Martín Carpena on Wednesday night. Their opposition in the next round is yet to be confirmed, but

17:35

LifeStyle

Leeches make a comeback

BORJA OLAIZOLA

...of cases. "The leeches are really like mobile pharmacies because they have more than 100 substances with therapeutic properties in their organism," says Elena Bogoslovskaya, the president of the Spanish Hirudotherapy Association. She was born and

17:46

LifeStyle

Tato's canine life saver

Nieves Castro Marbella

...you don't spot the hypoglycaemia in time, it can cause major problems, such as inducing a coma," he adds. Moya is confident that in six months the dog will start to reliably indicate rises and falls in the child's sugar levels by barking, "just like

15:55

Sport

José Rodríguez joins to reinforce Malaga's midfield

Daryl Finch

José Rodríguez is now a Malaga player. His signing was confirmed on Tuesday, transfer deadline day, after the player passed his medical on Monday morning. The midfielder joins until the end of the season on a loan deal from German club Mainz, with an

13:38

Travel

Snow, fire and food

Andrew Forbes travel

...skiers like me. There are plenty of long, broad, gentle runs where you can build your confidence and enjoy the exceptional mountain scenery, whilst for those looking to shred the powder or carve a path off-piste, well, I'm told there's plenty of demanding

18:29

Local

'Piercing' the Porcupine sees again

Ignacio LIllo Malaga

...material was then used as a suture. For dogs, cats and many other animals, an intraocular lens is used to replace the natural one, just like in humans. With such a lens being too small to fit into his eye, Piercing would have needed distance glasses had

15:42

Local

Former Nerja administration 'surprised' by accusations of mismanagement

Eugenio Cabezas nerja

The former Partido Popular (PP) administration at Nerja town hall, led by ex-mayor José Alberto Armijo, has expressed its "surprise" over investigations into mismanagement when the party was in power in the town. The investigations, which are being l

15:01

Opinion

Men without hats

Peter Edgerton

...walking through the big city streets, singin' and dancin' an' everything. Those hats, man! Wow!" "Sounds cool, man." Chuck seems impressed. He chews on a straw. "What were they doin' it for, exactly?" "You know, man. They don't like Trump, man. Can't ... change your mind about your vote?" "I can't remember exactly - it was either that bit when Madonna was singing like a drunken aunt at a late-night karaoke or when Alicia Keys started preachin' at everybody about equality before heading back off to her ... really great man. You godda love those guys." "Er, yeah, obviously - they must be givin' loads o' bucks away, dude. They couldn't be so hypocritical as to talk like that and keep it all, could they? Imagine that." They chuckle quietly to themselves.

14:27

National

British government loses Brexit appeal at the Supreme Court

Debbie Bartlett malaga

In a landmark decision on Tuesday, the Supreme Court in the UK ruled that the British government cannot trigger Article 50 to officially notify the European Union of Brexit without the approval of Parliament. The judges decided by a majority of 8-

14:19

Opinion

Toeing the lines

Mark Nayler

Within the Spanish government there is clearly no official 'line' on Brexit. This became evident on Tuesday, when Rajoy told a press conference organised by the newspaper ABC that Brexit was a "serious threat" to Spain. When asked to elaborate he res