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16:26

LifeStyle

Art is producing smiles at the Materno hospital

CLAUDIA SAN MARTÍN

What happens when a children's hospital is filled with art designed by and for the youngsters who stay there? That's what we asked when brothers Ángel and Pachi Idígoras, artists and SUR cartoonists, told us they had decorated the fourth floor of Mal

18:41

LifeStyle

'I've always been a bit of an action man'

Ash Bolton

To say Franky Lankester is a bit of an action man is somewhat of an understatement. To date he's been a Royal Dutch Marine, a firefighter in Holland, a body guard for the rich and famous and a martial arts instructor in Marbella. But nowadays you

16:33

Opinion

Prohibition, will they never learn?

ANDREW J. LINN

...not only are national wine sales banned, but also exports, leaving producers with bursting warehouses and no income. Why did one of the world's foremost wine-producing countries suddenly put a stop to any class of commercial activity involving wine?

13:48

Local

Grape harvest begins but the future is uncertain

Eugenio Cabezas

...great care and skill to pick the Muscat of Alexandria grapes in a year which is marked by uncertainty for the Malaga wine-producing sector because of the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. Unsurprisingly, the drop in sales to bars and restaurants

19:13

Opinion

Young wine makers

ANDREW J. LINN

Ricardo Arambarri is CEO and co-founder of Vintae, a young company that, in just ten years, has grouped together 40 bodegas producing wine in 15 regions and two continents. He and his partner, Raúl Acha decided to make a career locally out of

17:43

Opinion

Conservative to the core

ANDREW J. LINN

...are still the same as they were the week previously, which can be translated as meaning they have almost zero interest in anything innovative or unfamiliar. It has always been said that drinkers in non-wine producing countries are more adventurous,

14:56

Opinion

What's on a label?

ANDREW J. LINN

Redolent of the decades-long battle between cava producers Freixenet and Codorniu, two Valdepeñas giants have accused each other of selling young wine as vintage. Felix Solis and García Carrión process millions of litres in Europe's largest wine-producing

13:23

Opinion

The great wine wall of China

ANDREW J. LINN

Are the Chinese, as a race, more intelligent than the rest of us? It is largely a matter of opinion but we know by now that these clever people are not only hardworking, but love to show the 'square-eyes' that they can beat us hands down. But when it

11:34

Opinion

Unwinnable wars

ANDREW J. LINN

...products from the EU, Canada, China and Mexico, among others. "Trade wars are not bad," he commented, apparently forgetting - if he ever knew - that when the US did the same thing in 1930 with 20,000 imported items, the producing countries took ... will shrug it off. Why? Because the Chinese don't much like their wines anyway, preferring South American and Spanish varieties. Whatever happens, wine-producing countries affected by Trump's trade war will lose sales to the US, but US wineries will

12:51

National

Closure of Nissan plant in Barcelona leaves 23,000 jobs up in the air

JOSÉ MARÍA CAMARERO

...that it was working to secure the jobs. The plant, which has recently made the Navara and e-NV200 models among others, has been producing below its capacity for some time. The decision was made public as the Japanese manufacturer announced its first

10:51

LifeStyle

Excommunicated wine

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

...get all the paperwork completed that will allow them to reopen the family winery. Last year the Antigua Casa de Guardia became an official supplier to the cathedral, providing them with a 64-litre wine barrel for mass. Now the winery is producing

22:14

Opinion

Availability yes, demand no

ANDREW J. LINN

...stand and watch as the material they would normally sell goes to waste. One of Spain's largest meat wholesalers chose the wrong time to breed 13 different strains of beef animals in Galicia with the object of producing the best mature beef ever ... Serious problems are occurring just at the time of year when the goats are in top condition for producing milk. The 24 artisan cheese makers, who in many cases are the main employers of labour in some villages, may have to pour the milk down the drain.

17:16

Local

The biggest designer drug laboratory in Spain discovered in Cordoba

SUR

The Guardia Civil in Cordoba have dismantled what is considered to be the biggest laboratory of designer drugs in Spain. Four people between the ages of 35 and 48 have been arrested for producing 100,000 doses of mostly MDA. The head of the drugs

14:58

LifeStyle

Benaoján celebrates the festival of 'chacinas'

VANESSA MELGAR

...is well known for its cold meats; in a town with just under 1,500 inhabitants there are 11 factories producing pork loin, chorizo, jamón and other cured products. Some of them have been in operation for over a hundred years. Sánchez was nominated

14:56

Opinion

Meeting of masters

ANDREW J. LINN

Britain's Masters of Wine Institute is the most respected and influential body of its kind in the world, and although not all of its 369 members are in the trade, the ones that are can exert an influence that is possibly disproportionate. WINE OF T

16:08

Sport

Walking football league to push for Junta recognition

sur in english

The recent publication of a feature about walking football in SUR has spurred the Blue Sky Marbella Marbella League into producing an application to the Junta de Andalucía to have walking football officially recognised as a sport. Information

15:10

Opinion

Lost connections

Rachel Haynes

...international community as a whole is missing now, which is what is perhaps producing more coronavirus-generated unease than among the population in general. Our connections with the rest of the world, including our home countries, have been lost. It's almost as

20:16

Gibraltar

Gibraltarian generosity comes to the fore to fight coronavirus

Debbie Bartlett

Rock, is normally known for its gin which is sold to bars and restaurants under the brand name Campion, but for a few weeks now it has been producing hand sanitiser instead, in the same way as similar distilleries in the UK. On the medical side of

14:56

What to do

Yunquera festival to promote local wine and chestnuts

Tony Bryant

...that is made from grapes grown in the Sierra de las Nieves. The juice is made with freshly crushed grapes and contains the skins, seeds, and stems of the fruit. The Sierras de Ronda is considered one of the best chestnut producing regions in Andalucía, ... and Yunquera demonstrates a long food-producing history and a culture that encompasses this tradition. The event will highlight other local specialties, like malcocinao, a hearty stew made with chickpeas, bacon, tripe, chorizo and black pudding.

16:06

Local

Costas rally to meet the demand for protective kits

Jennie Rhodes

...volunteers who are also making masks and gowns which are destined for domestic help workers and the local police force. They aim to produce 1,000 masks and 100 gowns and in Vélez-Málaga some of the Holy Week brotherhoods (cofradías) are also producing the

12:59

LifeStyle

"It's like Only Fools and Horses meets Scarface"

Terry Stone, 48, is an English actor who began his acting and producing career in May 2003 and over the past 16 years has carved a career on both sides of the camera. British gangster movie shot in Marbella to premiere at local festival

16:07

Opinion

Who's who?

ANDREW J. LINN

...mainly Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The region in question, Somontano, is acknowledged as producing red, white and rosado wine of exceptional value for money. This 2016 vintage is currently on offer at OpenCor outlets for a laughable 5.99 euros. Not to

16:25

Opinion

Australia on fire

ANDREW J. LINN

...could not survive. Questions are being asked about the fundamental viability of producing wine in what is certainly becoming the hottest area of the world where grapes grow. But wine is huge business, and apart from consuming 30 litres per head

10:10

Sport

Title chasers bag last-gasp goal to sink Malaga

william holmes

...with Tete Morente before producing the most threatening shot of the half, whipping the ball just wide of the far post. This came after a similar effort from Dani Pacheco from the opposite side. Zaragoza’s stubborn rearguard left the hosts relying on

12:26

Local

Inland mayors demand improvements to trains on Algeciras-Bobadilla line

VANESSA MELGAR

Popular party at Ronda train station on Monday to demand improvements to the trains on the line between Algeciras and Bobadilla. This came after two incidents at El Colmenar station in which carriages caught fire from beneath, producing flames and smoke.

13:00

LifeStyle

Chefs break with tradition at Madrid Fusión

GUILLERMO ELEJABEITIA

...water, invasive species, the warming of the seas, wasted food and the environmental cost of producing animal protein. Roca's imagination transformed this ideology into a freeze-dried fungi broth, an Atlantic blue crab fritter and a beetroot, watermelon

16:30

LifeStyle

The mango: new varieties and uses

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

1980s on the Iberian Peninsula, specifically in the Axarquía (today Europe's leading producing region), and on the tropical coast of Granada, where climatic conditions were ideal for production. Today the crop in Malaga covers 4,300 hectares, and the

23:53

Sport

Sluggish Malaga easily swept aside by Huesca

frank gavurin

Huesca continued to create chances. A richly deserved second arrived shortly before the interval, the impressive Juan Carlos gliding into the box and producing a delightful finish. Diego Gonzalez's desperately poor sliced clearance shortly afterwards,

14:24

Opinion

War of the rosés

ANDREW J. LINN

There is no rule that it has to come from Provence, and many wine-producing areas make excellent rosados, including Spain's Navarra and Somontano. In fact the business is showing signs of mafia-type practices. The sommelier of a top New York restaurant

11:15

Opinion

The magic key

ANDREW J. LINN

In most wine-producing cultures, the age of a particular red wine is a key element that usually decides its price. There may be differences of opinion about whether a wine could be or could have been at its best, or even past its best, but these are

15:58

Opinion

Gastronomic let-downs

ANDREW J. LINN

...here? I cannot remember ever seeing one, except in ridiculously expensive restaurants where the wine list comes in a bound volume as thick as a bible, and includes wines from every wine-producing country in the world. Anyway, my friend, after taking

11:44

LifeStyle

The most desirable property on the western Costa del Sol

CHARO MÁRQUEZ / SUR

A two-metre high gingerbread house was one of the highlights enjoyed by the more than 500 visitors who attended the Christmas market at the Hotel Kempinski in Estepona last weekend. Pastry chef Malika Mafdoul had the challenge of producing this

13:06

What to do

Yunquera promotes locally produced wine and chestnuts

Tony Bryant

...coals in late October is a sign that winter is well and truly here, and this festival will promote a type grown in the Sierras de Ronda, considered one of the best chestnut producing regions in Andalucía. The event will highlight other local specialties,