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11:29

LifeStyle

Gastronomic trends for 2018

MANU BALANZINO

...their product, especially if it is locally produced. Local products are fashionable, and if it isn't local, then it must have other values such as sustainability or ethical production. 'Trashcooking' We live in a world with limited natural resources

11:08

What to do

This week in the galleries

Denise Bush

Picasso. Marcos del Cid, in Torremolinos. An exhibition of colourful paintings by local artist Marcos del Cid. Richard Wood Mijas. Until 13 February, Casa Museo de Mijas. Exhibition of paintings by this local artist. Mercedes Llamazares ... Santini Gravini. Happy Artists Mijas Costa. Until 28 February Hotel Carmen, Boulevard La Cala. Joy Fahey, Happy Artists. This exhibition by local artist Joy Fahey comprises of watercolour and acrylic paintings.

12:00

LifeStyle

Finding enjoyable ways to make a living

Jennie Rhodes

'Two South of Granada', in which they recount their experiences of travelling around Andalucía and sampling the local cuisine, which has included tuna sperm lollipops in Barbate. “We love going out and doing stuff,” he explains. “I love cooking but I've

10:12

Travel

The trail less trekked

Andrew Forbes travel

...carried by ‘Jacqueline’, our mule. Lunchtime means a welcome rest, and the chance to unlace one’s hiking boots and relax. I am travelling with Hussein my guide and Abtou our cook, experts in the area and part of ‘Toubkal Trekking’, a local trekking and ... walking company offering activity holidays staffed with local people. The firm provides valuable employment and income for villagers and also offers highly authentic experiences for guests. read more The Ouirgane valley - the unspoilt base for High ... trail and head off-the-beaten-track, and be immersed in the local Berber culture. After all, we’re pretty much self-sufficient, with almost everything we need carried within the saddle bags of our friendly mule. Jacqueline transports our kitchen

11:16

Travel

Courchevel

Andrew Forbes travel

Angela Hartnett. Here Angela, Chef Patron at the renowned Murano restaurant in London, and one of Britain’s most recognised chefs, brings her passion for Italian food to the Alps. Cucina Angelina reflects the local Savoyard food culture that combines ... Italian and French influences. Angela together with her resident Head Chef Colin McSherry, celebrate local and international produce with warming Italian dishes such rustic country terrines with toasted bread from the grill, chicory salad with pecorino & ... local pears; and expertly prepared meats from the grill including British beef dry-aged in Himalayan salt. Daily specials too. Portetta.com/Dining SEE & DO: Snow, fire and ski Skiing/Boarding/Touring Courchevel makes up about a third of the

11:02

LifeStyle

Making music to assist cancer care

Tony Bryant

...well-known local musician, and they have recently written and recorded a track which has been submitted for a forthcoming film. The song is called Brighton and is based on Steve's experiences on the British mod scene of the 1960s. The film is a follow up

11:00

LifeStyle

Learning about the area's 'liquid gold' in English

Jennie Rhodes

Foreign residents from across the Axarquía attended the event which started off at the town's Agro-olivarera cooperative. Participants were able to see first-hand how the olives are sorted upon arrival when they are brought in by local olive

15:32

LifeStyle

Unspoilt beaches and a large dose of history

Jennie Rhodes

...direction of Malaga, high-rise buildings and trendy beach bars disappear altogether and are replaced by reeds, followed by fields growing peppers, tomatoes and other local produce and the occasional boatyard. The first beach on this journey has become a

20:23

Sport

Marbella FC embark on an austere type of revolution

julio rodríguez

...colleagues for striker Francis Ferrón, and replacements for the midfield. There is no lack of names. Although there is interest in signing ex-Malaga player Mauri, the negotiations cooled off when they were made public. He is a local (Fuengirola) player, low

11:44

LifeStyle

Drums and turnips for an early Christian saint and martyr

Debbie Bartlett what happened today?

...drumming continues for 24 hours. Elsewhere, the festivities are quieter but no less strange: in the village of Piornal, in Extremadura, for example, local people very enthusiastically throw more than 20,000 kilos of turnips at a character known as the

11:12

LifeStyle

Twin brothers’ double challenge

Jennie Rhodes

...cyclists from their local triathlon club, some of whom will travel with them on the first leg of their journey, including Jorge’s wife, Julie. The rest of the family will join them first in Marseilles, where Julie’s family lives, and later in Copenhagen.

10:32

What to do

San Antón celebrated with fire and fervour

SUR

Bonfires, stone throwing, races, romerías and pet shows across Spain will mark the Fiesta de San Antonio de Abad or San Antón from this week until the end of the month. INFORMATION Malaga. 22 January. Maro. 14, 15, 17 January. Mijas. 17 Januar

17:12

Sport

Unicaja announce the launch of a women's team

marina rivas

The league restarts in September and will see Unicaja come up against two other local sides in the shape of Alhaurín de la Torre and Mijas Gamarra. The hard work, though, is only beginning. Though their place has been confirmed, the make-up of the

16:56

Opinion

Not in my back yard

alberto gómez

...promised to try to stop the work under pressure from local residents. Now he has gone right back to square one accusing the residents of being uncharitable, albeit covertly - this isn’t a good time to go throwing votes away, even if they do end up at a

15:32

LifeStyle

The enigma of the Roman theatre

Antonio Javier López

...to this hierarchical rule. PAULA HÉRVELE After making his fortune in the ‘garum’ industry, (the local manufacture of a very popular seasoning sauce for fish), Publio rose up to be a benefactor of Malaga’s Roman Theatre. It is his story that is

16:09

Sport

Adiós to the best decade in Malaga's history

Pedro Luis Alonso

...side deep into stoppage time. Monreal left in January but in the league there were great memories such as Baptista's overhead kick against Getafe (1-0) and the nine goals scored by local boy Isco. Despite a sixth-place finish, the UEFA sanction

19:03

Sport

Thousands witness climax to Mijas padel tournament

Ivan Gelibter

Mijas-Costa del Sol Open was a success for the town which saw thousands of people come to attend matches. Tickets for both Saturday evening and Sunday sold out, meaning some 3,000 people enjoyed the climax of the competition over the weekend. Local player,

20:09

LifeStyle

The rise and fall of the expat club

Tony Bryant

...explained. These clubs once attracted members with bingo, dominoes and cards, or a visit to other regions on organised coach trips and shopping excursions. It was also an opportunity to catch up with friends, local gossip and share photographs from ... previous meetings and functions. This, of course, was before the revolution of the internet and the introduction of the social media sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Today, local gossip, photographs and social information is acquired

12:43

LifeStyle

A ray of light for the elderly and the lonely

Tony Bryant

...part of Age Concern España, was formed in 2014 by a small group of devotees who recognised that there was a need to help older expats living in the area. Age Concern Fuengirola-Mijas is primarily concerned with the local expatriate community and its

18:08

LifeStyle

Money, money, money... always sunny... in the rich man’s world

Rachel Amstrong

Essex) and, more recently, Life on Marbs, cropping into the conversation. Of course, whether the perception of ‘Marbs’ that is generated from the publicity of such ‘celebrities’ is beneficial for the local community or not divides opinion. Lina ... summer when tourists flock from all over the world with intentions to spend, spend, spend. Great news for local businesses... From sun-worshippers and avid golfers, to hard-core party animals and celebrity stalkers, Marbella offers something for