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19:10

Local

Target of 700 tonnes set for Gran Recogida food collection

CLAUDIA SAN MARTÍN

More than 11,000 supermarkets and hypermarkets around Spain will be taking part next weekend, 22 and 23 November, in the massive foodbank collection known as the Gran Recogida. The event is organised by the Spanish foodbank federation which

17:15

What to do

Expat show brings together fashion, food, health, art, music and more

SUR IN ENGLISH

Fuengirola (near Sohail castle). Featuring. Financial and consumer advice; golf, dance and art tuition; fashions shows; yoga; acapella singing; glucose and hearing testing. Admission. Free. More information. info@slp.ie / 00353 872493917 Formerly the

16:49

Local

Ruins unearthed by Malaga metro works are largest active archaeological site in Spain

IGNACIO LILLO

...directors and more than 50 workers under their supervision. Astoria cinema excavations uncover possible Moorish-era ruins The ruins include several important remains, such as an Islamic-era wall and the base of a fortified tower in Callejones ... de Perchel. They span more than eight centuries of history, from a Moorish settlement dating back to the Taifa period (eleventh to twelfth centuries) to ruins from the nineteenth century. The Andalusian regional ministry for Culture and Heritage has decided

16:38

LifeStyle

"If you're looking for fame and fortune, don't choose jazz as a career"

REGINA SOTORRÍO / RACHEL HAYNES

...age, retirement from the stage is not an option. "I'll die with my boots on," he says. The pianist, a key figure in post-bop jazz, lives for the music he has devoted the last six decades of his life to. He admits that now in his maturity he takes more ... Jazz Festival and picked up the Málagajazz prize for his career. "It's a great honour," he said. "But I hope I've got a few more years yet." After six decades in the profession, do you still enjoy jazz as much? Yeah, I do. I don't enjoy travelling ... brought serenity, or do you take more risks now than ever before? Actually I do, that's true, I do take more risks now than ever before, because I don't care anymore [he laughs]. I shouldn't say that like that, but, yeah, I don't worry about what people

19:20

What to do

The Film Symphony Orchestra arrives in Andalucía

Tony Bryant

...last tour, which was dedicated to American film composer John Williams, consisted of more than 60 concerts in Spain and Portugal, culminating in Madrid, where the show enjoyed nine sellout performances at the National Music Auditorium. This year's ... of more than 80 professional musicians dedicated to music of the cinema. Led by the internationally acclaimed composer and conductor, Constantino Martínez Orts, the FSO performs a varied programme of film music concerts accompanied by visual ... projections and stage show. Tickets for the Torremolinos show, which starts at 7.30pm, cost between 36 and 52 euros. Tickets for the performance in Granada, which begins at 8pm, cost 42 and 52 euros. For more information and tickets, see

18:47

LifeStyle

"Malaga is the absolute leader on a world level for organ and tissue donation"

Ángel Escalera

...have died from cardiorespiratory failure. The numbers of transplants from donors have risen from 24 at the beginning of this century to more than 1,000 last year. One of every three donors now is in asystole. -It must be a matter of pride that Spain ... are to increase donation in asystole, where there is still a margin for improvement, and donations from older people. We are also working on other proposals. One is to be more flexible about the criteria for accepting organs for transplants, but always

16:57

LifeStyle

From Malaga to Beijing in the fight against obesity

Ángel Escalera

Marítimo, followed by the roundabout in front of the Diputación provincial government headquarters before heading back to the stadium. "We want an active Malaga which is involved in the fight against obesity and in which more and more people are made aware

16:41

LifeStyle

15 November 2005 | Tony King sentenced to 36 years in prison

Jennie Rhodes

...she was only half-conscious, before putting her in the boot of his car. He drove more than 17 kilometres to a lonely spot called Cerro Gordo, in the municipality of Monda. There he put the teenager on the back seat of the car, where he undressed her,

15:48

National

Vox does well in the south and almost comes second in Andalucía

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...returned 11 MPs in total to Congreso by proportional representation. The PSOE won in the province with 29.14%, virtually the same as in April, translating into four MPs sent to Madrid. The PP grew to 21.83% (three seats) as Ciudadanos more than halved its

15:48

National

Pedro Sánchez triumphs again but it's not enough to end the deadlock

SUR

...since April to allow a PSOE government in, pacting with the PP in some regional governments, and for losing some relevance as the PP moved more to the centre. Meanwhile, the biggest smiles on Sunday were from Santiago Abascal and the leaders of Vox. ... in Catalonia. The political scene is now more fragmented than ever, with many smaller parties splitting the vote. Íñigo Errejón's Más País, a breakaway from UP, secured less than it hoped for with three MPs, while the inland province of Teruel

15:47

Sport

Javier Fernández captivates the Malaga public again

MARINA RIVAS

...if a fairytale, each of the 32 routines was introduced by a narrator. With sets ranging from humour to more extreme aerial acrobatics, each was set to popular music, either current or classic. All, though, had one thing in common - they all took place

15:43

Sport

La Liga chief Javier Tebas tight-lipped over Malaga's prospects

ANTONIO GÓNGORA

La Liga president Javier Tebas was coy when asked for his opinion on recent developments at Malaga, insisting that he would await more concrete developments. "They've got a new CEO. We'll have to get together and see how they're getting on with

15:10

Opinion

Votes and wallets

Héctor Barbotta

...moment at least. Nevertheless, and even though all the news these days is on the other side of the political equation, it would be imprudent to turn our attention too far away from the warning given by the electorate and the more than three and a half

15:09

Opinion

The cava dream team

ANDREW J. LINN

...such as that one or other of the producers was illegally using grapes bought in from other regions, etc, were common. That war, with no clear winner, is over, but the new one will be even more drawn-out. WINE OF THE WEEK Las Rocas de San Alejandro

15:08

Opinion

Agreeing to disagree

Mark Nayler

...whether Iglesias will prove ideologically flexible enough to work with the more centrist Socialists. It's not obvious, either, why Sánchez is apparently unconcerned about the two parties' differences - which was precisely the reason he refused to team up

15:03

Sport

A 'Malaguista' from 3,000 kilometres away

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...follows a team in Norway: "It's called Viking Stavanger but Malaga is more special to me." Arild tries to come to Malaga at least once every six months and he admits that it's his ambition to one day come and live here and teach languages. He is

14:59

Sport

An engineer at the wheel

MARINA RIVAS

...probably, one of the most important in her sporting development. To add to her achievements, it must be pointed out that this series is not only for women. Cano saw off several male opponents, with some teams using more than one driver too. Instead, she

14:33

Local

Famous Mijas donkey taxis banned from carrying people over 80 kilos

SUR

...designed to protect and defend the animals' welfare and improve their level of care," said the Mijas councillor for Transport, Nicolás Cruz. In addition to the new weight limit, there will be more check-ups and better living accommodation for the donkeys.