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13:35

Sport

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Daryl Finch

It proved to be a quickfire double when just two minutes later Gómez himself struck the ball into the top corner from the edge of the box. With the clock ticking down, Malaga turned to the long ball in search of a consolation. But barring two late

10:04

LifeStyle

Farewell to a legendary generation

TONY BRYANT music

Ironically, nine months later, on 7 December, his band mate, Greg Lake, died after a long battle with cancer, making the group's drummer, Carl Palmer, the only surviving member of the band. Two American music legends were next on this ever-growing list.

10:04

Travel

Bread with oil - understanding Mallorca

Andrew Forbes travel

Mediterranean diet.SUR Mallorca has long been a favourite amongst northern Europeans for its stunning pine-clad mountainous countryside, and those crystalline coves and bays, images of which can swiftly transport us from the mundane to an escapist world of

13:51

Local

Torremolinos enters the new year with optimism

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

...adjustments were made to the town's original request. The town hall has developed a ten year plan, which will oversee a lasting and long-term improvement of the social, economic and environmental conditions of Torremolinos. The mayor explained that the

13:51

Local

Bakers on overtime to get 'roscones' ready

JUAN SOTO MALAGA

...the coast, such as La Canasta, Lepanto and Pathelín, reported big numbers of preorders and brisk business on Thursday, one of their busiest days of the year ahead of the 6 January holiday Long-established patisserie bakers in Malaga, Pathelín,

13:57

Sport

Off to the perfect start

ENRIQUE MIRANDA unicaja

...latter his side's top points scorer. The home side, though, reduced Unicaja's advantage in the third quarter thanks to their long-range shooting. However, the visitors were able to manage their lead better in the final quarter to see out the game. On

13:57

Opinion

A quick fix

the euro zone

long-term unemployed in Spain are heading back to work in substantial numbers. In other words, when you see titles like this regard them as misleading until proven otherwise. This time last year, similar figures were on offer. In January 2016, Spain's

13:59

LifeStyle

Hare's Foot Fern

Denise Bush

'canariensis' is after the Canary Islands although it is found in other regions. The Hare's Foot Fern grows to between 40 and 60cm tall and has finely-divided fronds which can grow up to 40cm long. It is best grown in a container that is wider than it is deep

09:21

Sport

Unicaja torn apart in Seville

enrique miranda

...game, the visitors dedicated themselves to long-range efforts from Smith, Fogg and Nedovic. However, with only 7 from 37 hitting the mark, defeat seemed an inevitability. Tabak, Betis' coach, planned his tactics to perfection, with his defence pressing

10:11

LifeStyle

Mijas Costa welcomes newest International Rotary Club in Spain

Tony Bryant

...also focus on local issues and charity organisations that need assistance. The club was promoted by Nina Jarlov, a long-serving Rotarian who saw the need to start a new branch on the coast. Nina was a founding member of the Rotary Club in

10:12

LifeStyle

Life, death, love and war

Mark Nayler reading into spain

The greatest books make you envious of those who have not yet read them, those who you know have a great experience still to come. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway’s Spanish civil war masterpiece and arguably his best novel, is one such book

10:12

Travel

The trail less trekked

Andrew Forbes travel

...silence is the chirps and chatter of small finches amongst the ancient, gnarled juniper trees; the bleating of the long-haired mountain goats as they deftly negotiate the precipitous hillsides; and the gentle rattle of all the hiking paraphernalia being ... sound of the simmering tagine on top of the hissing gas stove means that it won’t be long until lunch. Cushions and a mat have been laid out of the ground ready for when we can sit, eat and chat – a sociable break from the meditative peace of the morning ... night in the little gite, and their guide and cook started playing cards with Hussain and Abtou and before long the small house was filled with laughter and chatter. In the kitchen the gas stoves were hissing and sputtering, filling the gite with warmth

10:12

Sport

Ontiveros strikes late in seven-goal thriller

MARCUS PRICE

The hosts let a 3-1 lead slip and looked as if they were going to leave with nothing, before academy graduate Ontiveros’ long-range stunner rescued the victory. In a rain-soaked afternoon, both sides seemed to favour attack over defence, leading to ... burying the ball in the corner past Tyton’s outstretched arm. Sandro continued to impress up front for Malaga, cutting in from the left wing but delaying his shot too long to allow the defender to block. Just two minutes later, Juanpi was fouled by ... Ontiveros produced a moment of sublime quality, as his long-range effort sailed into the top corner to give his side victory in an enthralling encounter at La Rosaleda.

10:12

Gibraltar

Royal Navy fires warning flares at Spanish research ship

Debbie Bartlett

...for a short while later in the afternoon, but returned not long afterwards. On Monday, the Spanish authorities said they would object very strongly to the UK government about “threatening” and “intimidating” behaviour by the Navy towards the research

10:12

Local

Sheikh’s deal to run La Bajadilla is cancelled after broken promises

Mónica Pérez

The Junta de Andalucía has cancelled the contract to run the La Bajadilla marina in Marbella that it awarded in 2011 to NAS Marbella, a company headed by Sheikh Abdullah Al-Thani, who also owns Málaga CF. According to the Junta statement, the compa

10:12

Local

An experience of a lifetime for Adrián Martín

ester requena

...best traditional vocal album for his debut creation, 'Lleno de vida'. Despite missing out on the award, this surely marks the start of a long and promising career to come. Adrián has always displayed a passion for music, singing whenever he can.

10:12

Local

The cultivation of pecan nuts set to extend across the Guadalhorce

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Andalucía over the Christmas period, as they have in other regions such as Madrid and Barcelona. Appreciation “The national market still has a long way to go as the nut is becoming more and more appreciated by consumers,” explained Rojas. Coín is one

10:12

LifeStyle

“Even common everyday tasks became terrifying obstacles for me”

PILAR manzanares

...afraid, because she believed it was contaminated. She stopped going out with friends and making music, and her house became her refuge. “I was diagnosed with severe OCD five years ago. Before that, I had gone through a long period of confusion, despair ... dirt, that causes even more anxiety,” she says. Defecate in the bath “There was a time, not long ago, when I even defecated in the bath to avoid having any contact with the disgusting toilet. I used to pick up the excrement with paper and put it in

10:12

Gibraltar

Jimena’s long-awaited ‘Casa de la Memoria Histórica’ opens

Debbie Bartlett

Members of the Gibraltar government were among those invited to the inauguration of the ‘Casa de la Memoria La Sauceda’ in Jimena de la Frontera last Friday. This project to commemorate victims of Francoism during the civil war is the culmination o

10:12

LifeStyle

A beloved country at war with itself

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...liberation of an underclass who had been, for far too long, the exploited tools of a wealthy, right-wing elite. Lee and his fellow idealists were invigorated by a speech given by Harry Pollitt, leader of the British Communist Party, at their training camp in

10:12

National

Everything’s changed, but what’s different?

Íñigo Gurruchaga brexit

...see what Spanish visitors to London think about Brexit, we took a walk between Big Ben and Harrods department store. We didn’t have to wait long before we heard Spanish voices below the UK’s most famous clock tower. They were from Valladolid: two

10:12

LifeStyle

The essence of old Andalucía

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...is still true in parts of Andalucía, especially the rural areas: last Christmas, in the small country town of Villanueva de la Concepción in Malaga, I had an hour-long conversation with a group of local barflies about olive oil. The best kind, of

10:12

Opinion

Caballero

Peter Edgerton

...seems to do the very opposite of what it’s supposed to and you wonder how it has survived so long. If your job is to deliver parcels, I would have thought that calling the customer on arrival would be one of the basic practices necessary. Apparently not.

10:30

Local

How much is a cave worth?

Eugenio Cabezas RINCÓN DE LA VICTORIA

"For me, there's no problem in agreeing a renewal for 15 or 30 years, as long as the conservation of the cave is guaranteed," Laza continued. He expressed disappointment that, despite attempts to eradicate mould growing inside, "this hasn't been

10:30

Sport

Malaga, top dogs in the world of padel

Marina Rivas sport

...been in existence for long, is now the most important international circuit, bringing together the best players in the world for its numerous events every year. The ranking is mostly led by Brazilian, Argentinian and Spanish competitors. Among them

10:30

LifeStyle

Lives that begin ahead of time

amanda salazar health

At 26 weeks doctors admitted her to the Materno Infantil to try to delay the birth as long as possible, but Mar was in a hurry to get here. She was born on 19 September, in the 28th week of pregnancy, and weighed barely 1.26 kilos. These days,

10:31

Sport

New era, same old problems

Daryl Finch MALAGA CF

Things went from bad to worse when Miguel Torres hobbled off minutes later to be replaced by Diego Llorente. It didn't take long for Llorente to get himself in the thick of the action, blocking a goal-bound John Guidetti volley with his arm before ... to double the Galicians' advantage. It was three not long after, when Iago Aspas' freekick missed its intended target before falling to Andreu Fontàs who, despite being just six yards out, had time to steady himself before firing home. This didn't

10:31

Local

Ronda's new hospital receives its first patients today

VANESSA MELGAR RONDA

It has been a long wait - the construction of the new hospital was approved 15 years ago and started nine years ago - but on Tuesday the new hospital in Ronda opens its doors to its first patients. Five outpatients surgeries are now in operation

10:32

Local

Alhaurín el Grande in crisis as opposition gangs up on mayor

IVÁN GELIBTER ALHaurín EL GRANDE

...minority 'Por Alhaurín' group in power. The forthcoming no-confidence vote is the latest twist in a long-running political saga in a town council that has seen three no-confidence votes in the last 30 years. Opposition councillors are angry that the

10:07

LifeStyle

Million Bells petunia

Denise Bush gardening

...becomes smothered in petunia-like blooms from spring right through until the first frosts. In mild regions, with regular feeding, it may continue to flower all year round. Calling all gardeners Calibrachoa forms a mound 15-20 cm high with long