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13:07

Gibraltar

Sky Princess makes first visit to Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The Sky Princess cruise ship is currently on her maiden voyage and Gibraltar was one of the stops on her itinerary this week. The ship set off from Athens and will finish its cruise in Rome on 3 November. Gibraltar's new minister for Tourism, Vija

14:49

LifeStyle

When your headache makes life impossible

Ángel Escalera

"It feels like my head is going to explode, all of a sudden. It's like someone is hitting me on the head with a hammer. The pain starts when I least expect it, and I can't work when it happens." WHAT IS MIGRAINE? Characteristics. Migraine is pain

16:26

LifeStyle

Art is producing smiles at the Materno hospital

CLAUDIA SAN MARTÍN

Malaga's children's and maternity hospital (known as the Materno) with beautiful pictures. And the answer was, it cheers the youngsters up and makes them smile. The artists decided the themes should be diverse and adapted to the children's requests, but ... which is much bigger and has more light, and the pictures stimulate their imagination while they're here and makes it more interesting for them".

14:44

Sport

Coach Víctor and keeper Munir give their backing to Shaheen

SUR

...the departure of unpopular former sporting director José Luis Pérez Caminero. Goalkeeper Munir also expressed his faith in Shaheen, insisting that "he's been very good for the club and players, a figure who makes us feel supported. He always has our

11:53

LifeStyle

Star chef Alcayde makes mouths water at Starlite, Marbella

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Starlite closed recently with a record number of visitors: more than 281,000 people attended the festival in the Nagüeles quarry in Marbella. In addition to increasing the number of concerts, this eighth edition had a new face at the front of its gas

14:14

Sport

Egan Bernal makes history at the Tour de France

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Egan Bernal (centre), 22, became not only the first Colombian to win the Tour de France, but also the tournament's youngest champion since 1909 when he crossed the finish line on Sunday. He crossed in the peloton, hand-in-hand with Ineos team-mate

16:39

Sport

The World Padel Tour makes its return to La Cala de Mijas

Ivan Gelibter

It may only have been going for three years but the Mijas Open has already become one of the highlights of the World Padel Tour. Until Sunday, the fairground in La Cala de Mijas plays host to the world's top padel players as the tour reaches its half

15:15

Sport

Marc Márquez makes it ten in a row

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Marc Márquez won the German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring for the tenth year in a row (one in 125cc, two in Moto2 and the remaining seven in MotoGP) on Sunday to extend his MotoGP Championship lead. Márquez has now won four of the last five MotoGP

17:59

Sport

The Costa del Golf tour makes its second stop

alejandro díaz

The Costa del Golf Tour made its second stop on Sunday, taking in the course at El Paraíso in Estepona. The tournament, organised by SUR and its specialist publication Costa del Golf, has quickly become the leading amateur tournament in the area, att

14:19

LifeStyle

Fuengirola centre makes urgent appeal for volunteers and donations

Tony Bryant

Lux Mundi is urgently appealing for volunteers to help with the day-to-day running of the ecumenical centre in Fuengirola, especially in its second-hand boutique. The shop, situated in the Lux Mundi building in Calle Nueva, opens from Tuesday to Fr

18:23

LifeStyle

Samantha helps bring medieval silver to Spain

CHARLOTTE WAY

...training, and the supportive relationship extends onto the battleground; despite healthy rivalry, even the male teams "all got together to cheer on the girls" in Italy. "It really makes you feel like you're part of something." Nevertheless, medieval combat

14:58

Sport

The Costa del Golf Tour makes first its stop

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ

The course at Los Arqueros on Saturday welcomed the first lef of the Costa del Golf Tour, an amateur tour organised by SUR and its leading publication, Costa del Golf. SCOREBOARD First category José Antonio Benítez 39 Antonio Arjona 38 Juan

16:57

Opinion

Deal with it

Mark Nayler

...the difference here is as significant as he makes out. The failure of their negotiations also proves that neither politician has realised the importance of compromise in Spain's fractured political landscape. Throughout his talks with Sánchez,

12:53

Local

The World makes three-day Banús stop-off

A. JIMÉNEZ.

The vessel known as the 'millionaire's cruise ship', spent three days docked in Puerto Banús from Sunday to Tuesday. The cost of an apartment aboard The World varies between one and six million euros, not including travel and maintenance fees. T

15:54

Opinion

10,000 maniacs

Peter Edgerton

If you want to become expert at something, ten thousand hours' practice will do the trick. Or so they say, anyway. This is one of those affirmations that somebody makes in a book or on TV one day and if they're wearing a white coat or glasses or ... twenty. At first glance it makes sense - that's probably what Paul McCartney did before he wrote Yesterday and what Justin Bieber most certainly didn't prior to unleashing his records on an unsuspecting world. Look a little closer, however, and the

17:34

LifeStyle

"Music brings us all together and makes us feel a sense of belonging in the world"

TONY BRYANT

...make a career out of music? I think when you have the privilege of watching someone else you admire in your family applying themselves so passionately to something, it makes you think that anything is possible. I can't remember a time of not thinking ... can you explain what music means to you? Music is everything and everywhere: it is our hearts beating, a bird singing, tinkling laughter or a child crying. It brings us all together and makes us feel a sense of belonging in the world. Are you

13:49

Sport

The dream that began on a migrant boat

MARINA RIVAS

...all the other stuff you see on the news." One can hardly blame her for being apprehensive. When Nigeria makes the news, it is often for the violent acts of radical Islamists, corruption in the oil industry, poverty, or sex trafficking. A new

12:02

LifeStyle

School makes donation to Malaga children's oncology association

Jennie Rhodes

Five Year 11 students from Almuñécar International School, along with their teacher, Manuel Galiana, travelled to Malaga's Materno children's hospital earlier this week to donate 300 euros to the hospital's Asociación de Voluntarios de Oncología Infa

14:20

Sport

Quirós makes his comeback

Alejandro díaz

Álvaro Quirós came close to victory in Morocco. The player from Cadiz began as sole leader of the final round of the Hassan II Trophy, a tournament on the European Golf Tour which took place at Royal Golf Dar es Salam in Rabat, after successfully def

10:59

LifeStyle

Santiago makes his debut in the Costa del Sol hospital kitchens

Mónica Pérez

"I owe a lot to this hospital, and so when I have the opportunity to give something back, I do it. It is nothing compared to what they have done for me." said Santiago Domínguez, owner of Restaurante Santiago, a restaurant that has run successfully i

13:29

Local

Muelle Uno mall in Malaga's port makes a profit for the first time

IGNACIO LILLO

The Muelle Uno shopping centre in Malaga's port celebrated its seventh birthday last November and now looks set to announce it is in profit at last for 2018. Its earnings after tax were 80,000 euros last year. In 2017 it made a 390,000-euro loss.

14:25

Opinion

Every loser wins

Peter Edgerton

...fifty metres. Killing with kindness I think is the mot juste. Let's be clear - losing's brilliant, and I should know. It makes you buck up your ideas and encourages you to concentrate on the things you're half decent at instead of deluding yourself

14:18

Gibraltar

The Marella Explorer cruise ship makes inaugural visit to Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

The Marella Explorer, the latest addition to the Marella Cruises fleet, made her inaugural visit to Gibraltar on Wednesday, although she had previously visited the Rock under her former guise of Mein Schiff 1. The ship has had a multi-million pound

15:57

What to do

Week-long Wonder Gay Festival makes Torremolinos return

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos is getting ready for the second biggest LGBT festival of the summer season, the Wonder Gay Festival, a week of themed parties and musical events that will take place at different venues in the town centre and on the beaches of El Bajondi

18:23

What to do

Eighties pop music makes a comeback in Fuengirola

Tony Bryant

The twenty-third edition of the Festival Ciudad de Fuengirola, which incorporates Marenostrum Music Castle Park, will present a calendar of live music events that will continue throughout the summer. This weekend, Sohail Castle will be transformed

12:35

LifeStyle

Saint Valentine makes our hearts flutter

COLPISA

Researchers at the University of Granada (UGR) have proved that the sight of someone we love does really make our hearts beat faster. A report shows the results of studies to examine the physical response of the body to love. Researchers measured s

13:12

Opinion

If you tolerate this

Peter Edgerton

...quickly! Look! I'm beetroot and carrot cake intolerant!" "Wow! That's great love. I'm mushroom and lemon meringue pie. Actually, I got beetroot too but didn't want to steal your thunder." It works like this: if you eat something and it makes you feel

14:03

Local

New road link makes life easier west of Estepona

Charo Márquez

A new road bridge over the Enmedio stream bed, west of Estepona centre, is set to make life much easier for locals. Now the Santa María and Valle Romano areas are linked at last, meaning a longer drive via the busy A-7 coastal road can be avoided.

14:46

LifeStyle

The Beefsteak plant

Denise Bush

The Beefsteak plant has several common names but is commercially listed as Magilla Perilla. It looks very similar to Coleus and there is some dispute between botanists and commercial growers as to whether it is a true member of the Perilla genus or n

17:51

Opinion

Stumbling blocks

Mark Nayler

...difficulties in passing legislation), and one that makes you wonder if the Socialist administration will be able to achieve anything meaningful during its time in power. Sources in the know about the pre-vote discussions told newswires that some disagreement

16:19

Sport

Hamyan Al-Thani, the sheikh's right-hand woman at Malaga

A. GÓNGORA

...his 27-year-old daughter, who qualified in International Business in London, and later took charge of the women's team and the Academy. Over time, she has become the sheikh's 'right-hand woman', who makes her own decisions in some circumstances, or

16:01

LifeStyle

Princess Diana reigns in Malaga

francisco griñán

...annoyance. "This type of cultural activity gives visibility to Malaga, makes it an international city," said Juan Gómez, against the backdrop of others shouting: "It's Lady Di, it's Lady Di!" Extras waved British and Australian flags.Migue Fernández