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19:32

LifeStyle

A blast from the past with Sting

txema martín

...way to 50,000, one of only two songs performed from the new album. By now, the crowd were warmed up (helped by support act Ara Malikian who played for more than an hour) and acutely aware that they were witnessing one of the biggest stars of the 20th

19:31

What to do

Flamenco festivals

Tony Bryant

...makes this art so special. Flamenco festivals are excellent places to enjoy the best styles of gypsy flamenco and, although colourful and entertaining, they are more for the hardened dyed-in-the-wool aficionado. One needs to possess great stamina to ... Seville’s long-running flamenco Biennale, and even Malaga’s version of this long drawn out festival has given over to flamenco fusion and flamenco pop. The small town festivals are much more intimate and authentic, especially if there is a local artist ... festivals are dedicated to the singing. SUR Numerous important festivals, most of which have been in existence for more than 25 years, are held in July and August. Entrance fees vary and one can expect to pay between five and twenty-five euros, although some

13:33

Sport

Azahara Muñoz takes second place in the Open de España

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ

...distance from the Dutch player from six strokes to two. However, just when she thought she had successfully got over the most difficult part, an error at the 16th hole put Muñoz out of the game. Van Dam had become more hesitant by then, barely managing

13:19

Local

Government taking longer to refund tax, say some advisers

NURIA TRIGUERO Malaga

...told SUR that it appears to be taking longer than usual for all refunds to come through. Tax consultant, Rubén Candela said: "Compared to other years, there are more taxpayers than usual who've had no news on their refund, even though the legal time

13:45

LifeStyle

Smoothies to fight the illnesses of the 21st century

PILAR MANZANARES MALAGA

...together. Add water if a more liquid consistency is required. Benefits: This smoothie is good before taking exercise, because it helps to care for the muscles and muscular injuries. It also improves lung function, is good for the heart, the circulation, ... de-stoned cherries and chop them. -Wash the grapes and cut them each into 4 pieces, with the peel and pips. -Wash the raspberries and cut them in half. -Chop the watermelon. -Blend all the ingredients together. Add water if you prefer a more liquid ... -Chop the banana. -Peel the apple if you wish, remove the seeds, and cut the apple into pieces. -Peel and chop the papaya. -Blend all the ingredients together. Add water if you prefer a more liquid consistency. Benefits: Helps to reduce weight,

11:00

What to do

Brothers in art

Ash bolton

Gallery space to the right of the entrance of the Kempinski Hotel, Estepona. Dates. Until 10 January 2019. More information. www.kempinski.com Brian and John have always had a passion for painting, both of them studying at art school before getting

11:21

LifeStyle

The return of the flours of yesteryear

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...and therefore does not burn the grain, and the other is that the wheatgerm is not lost”. This translates into “a creamier colour and a richer and more intense flavour, as well as the added nutrients from the wheatgerm”. Although preserving ... gluten. But one of the most interesting effects that the 'panarra' movement and the quality commercial bakeries is having, is the recovery of local crops. “People demand quality and more variety,” explains Maria Teresa. “We even have clients from

16:04

Opinion

A break from reality

Mark Nayler

...especially those employed in the tourism industry - lack financial stability. Recent statistics from the Spanish Labour Ministry showed that the number of workers who sign more than ten employment contracts every year increased from 150,000 in 2012 to 270,000 ... leaving for countries where they feel their skills will be more appreciated. A 24-year-old Spanish acquaintance of mine has just finished an IT degree at Granada University and is now looking for his first job in the computer industry. He is not hopeful of

11:48

What to do

And all that jazz

Jennie Rhodes Nerja

...huge repertoire and despite more than forty years in the business, they continue to evolve their style to include pop, rock, opera and gospel.

15:05

Gibraltar

Gibraltar a sticking point for Spain in run-up to Brexit deal ratification

Debbie Bartlett

...prophetic; in fact, the term 'rollercoaster' almost seems more apt. There was positive news very recently when Spanish prime minister Pedro Sánchez announced that Gibraltar was not going to be a problem in the negotiations because agreement had been reached

11:37

LifeStyle

From a life on the road to an old dairy

Jennie Rhodes

...a more wild, creative side, I also have a very focused, businesslike side and I though that buying a house was a good investment," she explains. Su married, had three children and she and her husband set up a construction business. "We were

14:39

Local

The Venezuelan crisis, suffered from 7,000 kilometres away

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...supplies and it is almost impossible to buy meat or vegetables. Nieves sends money to her family when she can. "I send them ten or 20 euros to help them out. I can't afford any more because they have stopped paying my pension and our only income is from my ... Maduro, in this case more than 50 years after the factory opened. The company, which employed about 500 people, closed down in the end. Amaya Rodríguez, who is from Sucre, has been on the Costa del Sol for two years. "Even if you have money in

15:36

Opinion

Competitive gastronomy

ANDREW J. LINN

...way of broadening connections and fostering an interchange of ideas and methods, there are few better ways, although it is debatable who learns from who. There are certainly more Spanish restaurants in the US than American restaurants in Spain.

14:09

Opinion

In by the back door

Mark Nayler

...spending plan because of their opposition to Rajoy. But if passing new economic leglislation was difficult for Rajoy and De Guindos, it's going to be even more of a headache for Sánchez and Calvino: the PSOE has just 84 seats in congress and has potentially

13:49

Local

Marbella beaches to benefit from greater lifeguard presence this summer

Mónica Pérez

...has been confirmed for 2018 and 2019 and is renewable for two more years. Mijas and Vélez-Málaga bolster beach patrols for peak season In order to secure the contract, the successful bidder is offering an additional 3,000 hours of manpower, as

11:42

Opinion

End of the line

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...without hope or conviction, like someone who goes out for a quick beer and ends up having the stroke of luck of a lifetime. The socialist leader is a reminder that obstinacy will end up being a more productive quality than talent. Rajoy has also left us

14:26

LifeStyle

A guide to new fitness

RUBÉN CAÑIZARES Health

...a person who practises some type of fitness activity feel more confident, and that produces better results in the short and medium term. If someone starts from scratch, they learn more quickly thanks to a series of exercises that are not at all ... complicated. And if they've already reached a certain level, they will carry out their exercise routine much more effectively if it is simple. "Someone who trains well trains hard, and does so with no unnecessary barriers. Fitness is meant to be fun. Some ... The benefits of GRIT are quickly apparent. The high-intensity exercises make the contraction fibres work faster, so you burn more calories, gain more muscle mass and achieve a more defined and toned body. Óscar Peiro explains this perfectly: "The

18:16

Opinion

A season of love

REVD ADRIAN LOW

I have just taken a funeral for a baby boy. What a tragedy, all the more poignant when Christians around the world are celebrating the birth of another baby boy. The two events are so hard to hold in the same hand. But both events remind me of

18:08

Local

Pedestrianisation work in Torremolinos to begin in January

Tony Bryant

...architect Salvador Moreno Peralta and involves the transformation of more than 10,000 square metres. This will incorporate parts of Calle de la Cruz, Calle Hoyo, Avenida Isabel Manoja and Calle Marqués de Salamanca. The mayor of Torremolinos, José Ortiz,