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10:40

LifeStyle

The Costa del Sol collaborates with a Danish cancer prevention campaign

Mónica Pérez marbella

...few days enjoying the climate? That was one of the questions raised during the recent presentation of this campaign at the Andalucía Lab, which was led by the manager of the Costa del Sol hospital, Torcuato Romero, and Marbella’s councillor for

16:06

Travel

A Joshua Tree road trip

Andrew Forbes

...ironically contributed to Palm Spring’s renaissance over recent years as a retro-chic resort for a new generation. Many of the classic mid-century modern villas, motels and hotels weren’t torn down by developers - they were just left. Now many are restored

17:06

Local

When the beach in Marbella is home

Mónica Pérez

Some have been camping for years; others have just arrived. El Cable and Las Chapas beaches were the first to be occupied by homeless campers, but now other stretches of Marbella's coastline have become “home” to people whose lives have taken a turn

12:18

Travel

48 hours in modish Milan

Andrew Forbes

Italy's capital of design and fashion has been on the low-cost airline routes for many years but has thankfully escaped the stag and hen night tours that have spoiled the atmosphere of so many other European city-break destinations. In fact, over recent

18:42

LifeStyle

What cellulite really is, and what we can do about it

SUR

There are numerous myths about cellulite. Most people believe it is due to excess weight or fluid retention, but the problem is actually more complicated than that and can occur for different reasons, some of them difficult to control. Medically-sp

14:01

Local

The 15 newcomers to Cartajima

VANESSA MELGAR Cartajima

Nearly 11 months ago the media descended upon Cartajima. Its name appeared in newspapers and on radio and TV programmes. The school in this tiny village in the Upper Genal Valley only had two remaining pupils and the mayor, Francisco Benítez, was wor

13:59

Local

Prostitution: there is a way out

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN Malaga

When Elena (not her real name) arrived in Malaga ten years ago for a holiday, taking a break from her Law studies in her native Bulgaria, she could never have imagined that it would end up as a one-way journey. A casual meeting with a childhood frien

18:38

Travel

Buda and Pest, shabby and chic

Mark Nayler

Over recent years Budapest has gained a reputation as one of Europe's most exciting and cultural cities. It is fully deserving of this unofficial accolade, and not just because of its gargantuan parliament building (the third largest in the world

15:06

Local

'Urbanisations': a question of numbers and rights

Ivan Gelibter mijas

It is difficult to know exactly how many people in Malaga province live in an 'urbanización', the Spanish word used for residential developments that can range from a simple apartment complex to vast estates covering various hectares. In recent