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11:49

LifeStyle

Foreigners who changed the image of Malaga

Liz Parry

...the English Cemetery. The death toll would have been much higher without the valiant assistance of the local population who threw themselves into boats and into the water to try and help, with the loss also of twelve 'malagueños'. As a result of this ... tragedy the city earned the motto “Muy hospitalaria” to add to its coat of arms. Malaga's hospitality did not end there. Those survivors who were uninjured were taken in by local families, and some of them stayed on and married into Spanish families,

23:46

LifeStyle

Antonio Banderas takes centre stage

regina sotorrío malaga

The 2017 Malaga Film Festival reached its climax on Saturday evening, with the long-awaited presentation of the festival's distinctive 'biznaga' trophy to local actor Antonio Banderas at the closing award ceremony. The Cervantes theatre erupted

14:17

What to do

Torremolinos rocks for charity

Tony BRYANT TORREMOLINOS

Contra el Hambre (Art Against Hunger), a local charity that provides for underprivileged families. Tickets are available online, or at various outlets, including Bar Lemmy, Classic Rock and Voodoo Graphic in Malaga, and Bar Baccus and The Galloping

17:26

What to do

Over 35,000 visitors expected at twelfth Festival of Three Cultures

Eugenio Cabezas

...activities during the four days of the festival. The famous tapas route is one of the highlights of the festival, with twenty local establishments taking part. Organisers expect that more than 25,000 tapas will be served over the four-day celebration and a

10:04

Travel

Mallorca

ANDREW FORBES

...can also keep things simple here. Get back to nature with a hike up through the hotel's terraced olive groves, accompanied by Pancho, Luna or Alba, the hotel's much-loved donkeys. A private chef will prepare a picnic of local produce, including ... your artistic side with a sculpture or painting class with resident artist, Juan Wealder; or take a village art tour, visiting local studios, with Cecilie Sheridan, curator of the La Residencia's evolving collection. ... and there's in-house dining that focuses on local produce. HotelSaTorreMallorca.com EAT: Hostal Can Mario - Valldemosa The mountain village of Valldemosa is among the most picturesque, well-known and most-visited on the island. Yet you

09:03

Sport

New boys gift opening day victory to Marbella

Julio rodríguez

Marbella got off to a great start to the season as they overcame Mérida on Saturday to win 2-0. New arrivals Chus Hevia and Corpas, who joined the club from relegated Linares, were able to win over around 800 local fans with a fine display.

18:15

Opinion

Too cool for fuel

Peter Edgerton

...you out until you were intimidated into asking for an eco -friendly brown paper bag to take away what you had left in order to eat it standing outside in the street. Don't be fooled, none of this is quite what it seems - your local hipster hamburger

15:15

Opinion

Eternal blame

Peter Edgerton

...the local inhabitants are being informed that the Chinese owner of their corner shop is not really getting away without paying his taxes and that their wait for an appointment with a specialist is not because the system is being clogged up by

12:04

LifeStyle

Young Brits with a passion for flamenco

Jennie Rhodes

...and Phillipa Cooper, who live in the town. A mix of Vélez-Málaga-based and non-local performers, including Rosa Linero and Miguel Astorga from Malaga, as well as Rubén Portillo Ponce, who is behind Flamenco Abierto, will be performing in the autumn ... integrate into the local community. We both speak Spanish and wanted to feel that we belonged somewhere,” explains Ben, 37. Phillipa, 38, adds that having both lived in big cities such as Ben's native London, they wanted somewhere that “had some life and

11:58

LifeStyle

Retirees welcome

JAVIER GUILLENEA

...welcome. About 60 villages have already shown an interest in welcoming elderly couples who have money and want to integrate into local life. This would be completely different from the hordes of British and Germans who flock to other parts of the country,

18:24

Sport

Lazio claim the Costa del Sol Trophy

Daryl Finch

Malaga take on both Granada and Cadiz in local friendlies this coming week ahead of the start of the new season in a fortnight.

14:17

Opinion

Heat, drink and be merry

Peter Edgerton

...though. Instead of pumping syringes of vaccine into people's arms, the 191 anti-flu stations should be used for handing out endless steaming hot cups of 'caldito de pintarroja'. For those who of you may never have sampled this local delight, it's a sort of

13:37

LifeStyle

Living with art and music in a windmill

Jennie Rhodes cAJIZ

Cornelia Lenzin, is a professional pianist and piano teacher from Basel in Switzerland. After many years of holidaying in Malaga province and inheriting some money, she decided to buy property in the Axarquía and have more of a permanent base here.

15:02

LifeStyle

Taking business a little less seriously

BEN CLARKE

...much more successful Living Room. Arturo Moya, a Spanish business consultant, also told his failure story, this time a more local one. He set up his own extra virgin olive oil company in 2000 following an investment from Santander bank. His mistake

14:59

LifeStyle

Marbella plays Florida in the UK's hit series 'Living The Dream'

Mónica Pérez

...coordination with the local authorities. Not only were permits needed, but they also had to find space to deposit equipment, material and items for the administrative work. Several offices at the Single Home building at the entrance to Marbella were used,

12:37

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's World Trade Center has now been officially inaugurated

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

García and WTC developer Gregory Butcher, and attended by the Governor of Gibraltar, Lieutenant General Ed Davis, government ministers and local business leaders, who were keen to celebrate the historic opening of this state-of-the-art, Grade A,

13:48

LifeStyle

Roll up for the magical musical tour

Tony Bryant

Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 September, features 24 local bands and entertainers, who prepare to embark on a musical journey from the 1950s until present day. The festival offers some of the greatest hits of the world’s most iconic bands and singers, ... years - quite possibly spurred on by the string of reality talent shows that dominate our screens - and it would seem that the golden oldies of the past are what the paying audience wants to hear. One local musician, who performs under the artistic

10:48

LifeStyle

Cudeca Goldies to host two-night live music festival in Benalmádena

Tony Bryant

...auditorium in La Paloma park on 23 and 24 September. The MusicStory festival will present two nights of music in a festival that will involve more than 20 local bands and solo artists. The festival will be a journey through musical history and will