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16:55

Local

A World War II hero in a second-hand market

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...documentation and the helmet itself, José Fernández says he is "99 per cent sure" that it belonged to John Braham, "although we need to have that certificated and that isn't an easy task," he says. His next step will be to contact the pilot's descendents to

11:33

Local

Junta hopes to open botanic gardens despite dispute over management

Eugenio Cabezas Nerja

The Junta de Andalucía has this week announced its intention to open Nerja's botanic garden this year, three years after work was finished on the site next to the Nerja caves. José Luis Ruiz Espejo, Malaga's representative from the Junta, told SUR

12:04

Local

Big refunds could be on the way for home sellers over 'wrong tax charge'

NURIA TRIGUERO MALAGA

After the scandal over the misleading sale of preferential shares in savings banks and the upcoming big payouts to homeowners for 'floor clause' interest rate overpayments, the next wave of mass financial lawsuits and possible refunds is already on

12:07

Local

Marbella town hall opens up 500 job posts to the public

Mónica Pérez Marbella

Several hundred people queued outside Marbella town hall on Wednesday after the council announced it would be opening up a register for some 500 temporary job posts it will need to fill over the coming years. The majority of the jobs are cleaning, ma

17:22

Sport

Something's got to give

Rob Palmer a look at la liga

...of the Camp Nou regarding what to do about next season's leader as there is no obvious replacement. Ernesto Valverde is highly regarded for inspiring Athletic Bilbao to achieve beyond the limitations and he was at for Barcelona a couple of years as

17:57

Opinion

Behind a surname

Rachel Haynes

...everyday life show that certain ideas aren't changing. You only have to look into the car next to you at the traffic light. If it is occupied by a couple or family it's more likely that the man is in the driver's seat. The house is still considered a

17:58

Opinion

Law and disorder

Peter Edgerton

...toes since junior school. Actually, when you think about it, you never meet interesting tidy people, a fact which can be corroborated by the following simple test. Next time someone's boring your socks off at a party, surreptitiously drop a small

18:00

Opinion

Expecting the worst

Mark Nayler

...recently made similar revisions to reports orginally penned in the expectation of Brexit and Trump-induced chaos. While Spain has some serious work to do over the next two years to keep Brussels happy, these two factors may not hinder its efforts as much as

18:17

Travel

Nagasaki, Kyushu

Andrew Forbes Travel

...the next morning is a feast, including the signature dish or tofu freshly prepared at your table in bubbling, mineral-rich spring water! www.Taishoya.com Shinsen Ryokan, Takachino If you're planning on seeing more of Kyushu's natural ... excursions - including next month's Hanami (to enjoy the famous Sakura cherry blossoms)- and a unique behind-the-scenes look at the world-famous historic Kakiemon porcelain kiln in Arita (which recently celebrated its 400th anniversary). ... feelings - afterwards, the priest, Taijun Noguchi, and his wife welcome you into their home next door for green tea and sweet cakes! Fukuchiyo Sake Brewery, Kashima Sake, Japan's national drink, and an integral part the country's cuisine, remains a

18:30

Travel

A cultural immersion in Kyushu

Andrew Forbes Travel

...therapeutic bathing ritual can begin. The Japanese are renowned for their preoccupation with cleanliness. One of the first things one notices on arrival in Japan is how clean it is; no one drops litter, despite the lack of bins in public places. The next

19:08

LifeStyle

Teenage polar explorer to make history

ÁNGEL DE LOS RÍOS

Malaga teenager Manuel Calvo Ariza will become the youngest polar explorer in Spanish history when he takes part in the 'Desafío Ártico' (Arctic Challenge) expedition next week to Qaanaaq in the north-east of Greenland. He will be going on the

19:30

Opinion

Another sad record

IGNACIO LILLO

...downfall. Last weekend's storm has already earned its place in environmental history books. At this rate, the next weather front is likely to take its place on the throne. The downpour brought, according to the Aemet met office, the heaviest rainfall ever

19:35

Opinion

Setting an example

Mark Nayler

Banks that are planning to move their London operations to EU cities as a result of Brexit are expected to choose their new locations within the next few months. The competition for this post-Brexit business among other major European cities is

11:13

Sport

From couch potato to marathon junkie

RACHEL ARMSTRONG sotogrande

...journey that would see him complete two full marathons and over seven half marathons in the next two years, he would have thought they were raving mad: "I'm grateful that Ash introduced me to running as I never thought it would be possible to achieve the

11:49

National

Government defiant after defeat by House of Lords

Debbie Bartlett Malaga

...is thought unlikely that many will do so. Next week the Lords are due to vote on another proposed amendment to give MPs a meaningful vote on Mrs May's negotiations with the EU, and there is a strong possibility that the government will also be

12:19

LifeStyle

Internationally-renowned cellist, Jacob Shaw, visits the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant MALAGA

...many as 75 concerts all over the world. He will be touring the USA next month, but he reveals that playing the same pieces over and again can sometimes be monotonous: "People think that classical music has notes that have to be followed like braille.

14:01

Local

The 15 newcomers to Cartajima

VANESSA MELGAR Cartajima

...and Malaga city. "We're hoping to arrange for two more families to come in the next few months, so there will be even more children at the school," says Francisco Benítez, who is very satisfied with the results. He received nearly 4,000 applications

14:26

Sport

Out with a flourish

Rob Palmer A look at la liga

...a midfielder in the Louis Van Gaal era. Real Madrid will be fuming, they are having an excellent season but Barcelona will be grabbing the headlines as the speculation goes into overdrive for the next few months