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13:47

Sport

A long-running passion for athletics

FERNANDO MORGADO MALAGA

His tanned skin, sharply contrasting with his white hair, reveals countless hours of training under the sun along the Malaga seafront. He is simply dressed, in purple trainers, grey athletics shorts and a white tee-shirt without any of the modern ext

13:44

LifeStyle

Is this an old man?

SUR

...who after studying Law and running a printing business fulfilled a lifelong dream at the age of 85 when he presented his doctoral thesis. Another example of vitality is Robert Marchand. This Frenchman, who set the time record for over-100s on a

20:49

LifeStyle

Urban gardening, giving help to pensioners and the unemployed

GABRIELA BERNER MALAGA

Urban gardening is in full swing in many countries in the world. One of the most prominent supporters of this idea was Michelle Obama, who created her own kitchen garden at the White House. She recorded her experiences in a beautifully-illustrated bo

13:15

Local

Costa crime rate rises with more thefts and drug crime

ÁLVARO FRÍAS Malaga

Crime increased on the Costa del Sol and in Malaga province last year, according to Interior Ministry figures published by the national government this week. In the annual report, unveiled by Interior Minister, Juan Ignacio Zoido, there were 78,365 c

17:18

LifeStyle

A life-long dedication to marine birds

Tony Bryant

Mother Nature is full of mysterious beauty for those who care to look for it, and sometimes a chance encounter that lasts just a few minutes can justify months or even years of steadfast dedication. Andy Paterson, a 74 year-old expat who has lived

18:29

Local

'Piercing' the Porcupine sees again

Ignacio LIllo Malaga

He's called Piercing, he's a porcupine at Bioparc Fuengirola and he's become the first of his species to have a cataract operation, a visual problem which limits mobility and is also suffered by humans. He can now see clearly again and has returned t

18:54

What to do

"I don’t consider myself a prodigy"

Regina Sotorrío / RAchel Haynes

He says he doesn’t feel any different to other kids his age. “I just happen to play music,” points out jazz pianist Joey Alexander (Denpasar, Bali, 2003). However this “normal” teenager has a tour of Spain, Italy, Ireland, Switzerland, France, German

13:51

Local

Torremolinos enters the new year with optimism

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

Tourism figures for Torremolinos in 2016 represented a remarkable increase compared to previous years. Hotel occupancy hit record levels during the summer months and the catering sector in the town also reported a significant rise in business during

11:05

LifeStyle

Opening up our hearts

ISABEL IBÁÑEZ

...hospital, which holds the record for heart transplants in Spain (about 900), recalls. He was nine years old when Barnard made history. “My father was a rural doctor and was excited about the news. I also remember that Barnard had arthritis in his hands; I