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16:48

Sport

Davidovich falls to Schwartzman after making history in Australian Open

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

...set, moving his opponent around the court more, and the score reached 4-4. However, here Schwartzman broke him, and held his nerve in the final game to carry the set. Perhaps disheartened by his second-set loss, Davidovich's play waned somewhat in the ... third, as he was broken in the third game, and failed to take several chances to break Schwartzman back. Despite Davidovich's disappointment, there were clear positives to be taken, and he seemed to be aware of them. "Diego was more solid than I was. I ... made more errors, but I still leave with a positive feeling. Diego showed me that I've got a lot to learn. I thank him for giving me this lesson." Only two Malaga-born players have ever previously won a match in the finals of a Grand Slam tournament.

16:30

Sport

Police carry out 15-hour search of Malaga CF offices under judge's orders

SUR

Association of Minority Shareholders are attempting to have Al-Thani removed from control of the club and replaced with a judicial administration. They accuse Al-Thani of several crimes, including improper management and misappropriation of funds. More ... La Rosaleda. The judge had previously stated that she needed more evidence to be presented, to which the Minority Shareholders responded that they had offered up all the documentation at their disposal, and that it was the club's intransigence that

15:56

Opinion

Where's the sensitivity?

JOSÉ MIGUEL AGUILAR

...started singing in the hope of gaining a few coins for his improvised concert; the chorus and intonation were not important, what mattered was the strength of his spirit before he went off, taking his music elsewhere. Later more came; they didn't ... comfort zone... It's as if all the enthusiasm and goodwill to others that we display in December is wiped from our calendar of affections in January. It ought to be Christmas all year round to preserve that attraction towards people who ask for more

15:27

Local

Frigiliana resident captures fox on video

R. M.

...in search of food. A video which can be seen on the Diario SUR website shows the fox running down steps before being startled by car headlights, turning round and running back up. "I'm not sure who was more surprised," said the resident who

13:05

What to do

A chance to learn about the Axarquía's olive oil in English

Jennie Rhodes

...products. Details When. Saturday 1 February, 10.30am onwards. Where. Agro-olivarero olive oil cooperative, Paraje El Campillo, A356, Riogordo. More information. lamoliendariogordo@gmail.com The day will start at 10.30am with a traditional olive ... centenary and monumental olive trees and learn more about their importance in the area. The walk will be followed by a short introduction to tasting olive oil by Daniel García Peinado, extra virgin olive oil chef and captain of the Spanish national

12:42

Local

Local tourism industry goes in search of quality visitors and sustainability at Fitur

P. MARTÍNEZ / P. L. GÓMEZ

...in London and the ITB in Berlin. It is a key date in the promotional calendar , with more emphasis on Spanish and Latin American destinations. As usual mayors, councillors and regional ministers, along with marketing bosses from hotels and tourist ... the first time they were measuring the carbon footprint of their presence at the show. While regional bosses were optimistic about visitor numbers this coming year, the provincial tourist board, Costa del Sol Tourism, was more cautious. It suggested

10:17

Local

Brit who killed woman in hit-and-run gets two-year sentence

Álvaro Frías / Juan Cano

...his friend Craig Porter, was travelling at 75km/h in a 40km/h limit, under the influence of cocaine and alcohol. The victim, who was with her husband and their 12-month-old daughter was thrown more than 30 metres after being hit by the Bentley. She

19:26

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush

Toys, drawings, contraptions and sets which explore science, the senses and how we perceive things. Sorolla Tierra Adentro Sorolla, Tierra Adentro.SALVADOR SALAS Malaga. Until 30 January. Palacio Episcopal. A display of more than 100 works by

14:33

LifeStyle

Car insurance that keeps you on the move

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...insurance from Línea Directa is designed to help keep expatriates on the move. Because car insurance is only important when you really need it. More info TLF: 952 14 78 34 www.lineadirecta.com

13:02

LifeStyle

Mijas Rotary Club launches dental appeal

Tony Bryant

Las Lagunas de Mijas from 2.30pm until 4.30pm. Rotary Club president Mario Bravo said, "Rotarians are people of action, when they notice a problem, they will try to solve it." For more information, see The Rotary Club Mijas Facebook page.

13:00

LifeStyle

Chefs break with tradition at Madrid Fusión

GUILLERMO ELEJABEITIA

...better use of the products, menus that represent environmental problems, dishes where the idea is much more important than the technique - sensible cuisine has finally arrived. One of the most mature speeches heard in the Ifema auditorium at this ... which sounds better". The theme for this edition of the conference was basic cuisine, something that the chef of Nerua (the restaurant in the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao) has been practising for more than a decade. Joan Roca's speech stirred the ... pizzas and chicken wings that actually hide more than 75 per cent fish. Nacho Manzano, the owner of Casa Marcial also broke molds when he suggested a change to the order in a menu. He said, "When you arrive hungry at a table you tackle the wild boar and

11:33

LifeStyle

Tourism in the style of James Bond

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...malagaHis life revolves around the film industry and that's why, when asked by Benalmádena council to make a promotional video of the municipality for the Fitur tourism fair, he decided it should be more of a film than an advert. Paula Bustos

18:30

Local

Family appeals for news of British man missing in Spain

SUR in English

...in Antequera on 13 December, hitchhiking with a sign reading Campillos. More recently, said his aunt, he is thought to have been seen in Gibraltar, juggling at traffic lights. The family has urged anyone who sees him to ask him to get in touch

14:00

Sport

Third consecutive away win for Femenino

ignacio pérez. adg

...but the forward's shot was too weak to trouble the keeper. Both sides were more free-flowing in the second half, and Malaga made good use of their fullbacks in attack. After various speculative efforts from distance, the visitors took the lead just

12:29

Sport

Hard-earned point for Malaga at Fuenlabrada

FRANK GAVURIN

Nevertheless, he did question whether VAR might have spotted a late foul on Juanpi in the Fuenlabrada box. The draw means Malaga remain in 16th place, their 27 points three more than Oviedo, who occupy the last relegation spot. Their next challenge is Mirandés

17:31

Opinion

Outside in

Mark Nayler

...reveals great talent, especially in playing the media and tapping into younger Spaniards' concerns. Now one of four deputy prime ministers (the other three are from the PSOE), he has more scope to exercise his abilities than ever before. It'll be

17:30

Opinion

The inbetweeners

Peter Edgerton

...bad. No one ever wrote a great song on Christmas Day, I'll bet; but on a wet Wednesday in January? No doubt. Soon, it'll inevitably be time for more celebrations of some kind but, in the meantime, let's raise a glass to these, the inbetween days,

17:28

Opinion

Corked or just bad

ANDREW J. LINN

When we use the term 'corked' in reference to a bottle of wine, it does not mean that a bad cork has contaminated the wine. In Spanish the term is more exact, and even though there is no direct translation, the nearest, 'sabe a corcho' (tastes of ... cork) is more accurate. A tainted cork can make a bottle of what may have been a great wine worth little more than fodder. WINE OF THE WEEK Viña Cumbrero This red Rioja has been made as long as the region has been declared an official ... production zone, and never disappoints. Crianzas must be aged for two years, and are usually better value than the more expensive reservas. This bodega is now owned by the Osborne sherry group. Around €5.25. Cork 'sickness' is TCA, signifying a cork that

16:29

Local

A local lad with a career in space

MATÍAS STUBER

...malaga. Many children dream of what they want to be when they grow up, but it never progresses beyond a dream. Being an astronaut, of course, is one of the favourites, but no more than 700 people have ever travelled into space and returned to tell ... Novespace, under the supervision of the ESA.SUR At the same time as his research, he is also working on his doctoral thesis, which he will be presenting in March. It is based on an even more ambitious project: the ExoMars 2020 mission. If all goes according ... find out more about the habitability of the red planet. The work, he admits, has not been easy. "The 'Habit' is part of the ExoMars 2020 project, a mission which is being carried out jointly by the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Russian Federal