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18:31

LifeStyle

The ‘espeto’ - simple and synonymous

Jennie Rhodes / M. D. Tortosa

Malaga’s signature dish has gone from early royal approval to a potential candidate for an UNESCOworld heritage list and its creator even has a commemorative plaque where it all started, in El Palo. The ‘espeto de sardinas’ is a sure sign of summer a

13:43

What to do

A surefire success

...at mid-chest level. This sharp and simple mise-en-scène enables us to make eye contact with each piece of furniture, utensil or other signature Starck design, from the angle at which we would look at it or reach out for it in everyday life.  Would

17:33

LifeStyle

"We're not mad, we're sick"

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...travel through the bloodstream or lymphatic system and can reach the intestines, colon, lungs, rectum, kidneys, liver... It is ironic that there should be so little information about such a relatively common illness. Soledad Domenech: There is a

13:41

Local

Foreign residents urged to do their bit to keep census figures current

Jennie Rhodes MALAGA

...sent to the postal address which appears on the padrón. However, as Jacky Gómez of the foreign residents' department at Nerja Town Hall points out, "Many people move and don't give us their new addresses, so the letters never reach them." The ... initial letter is generally sent out several months before the renewal deadline, with a reminder if there is no reply after a set date. Additionally the town halls publicise their padrón campaigns in the local media to reach residents who may not have

13:26

LifeStyle

Revisiting the Costa del Sol of the 1950s

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

Torremolinos is considered to be the town that started the tourism boom on the Costa del Sol, and it was once the preferred destination of the wealthy, the famous, and money-rich expats who arrived from all corners of the globe. But what was the town

13:08

LifeStyle

Fragile but determined

CHARO MÁRQUEZ MARBELLA

In her nine short years of life, little Paula Barahona has suffered 36 fractures (not counting continually breaking her hands and feet) and undergone seven operations. Even in the womb, she had a fractured femur and humerus, although the doctor who w

18:05

Sport

Davidovich, making excellent progress

FÁTIMA ÁVILA-CASANOVA

Alejandro Davidovich, one of Spain’s most promising young tennis players, has just taken an important step towards the professional circuit. Last weekend this 17-year-old from Malaga took part in his first ATP500, the 65th Conde de Godó tournament, a