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20:47

Sport

Diego Maradona, the star attraction even at a Costa tennis tournament

Héctor Barbotta

...tickets sold out immediately. At that time Maradona was 48 years old, he had been retired for 11 years and, although he was about to be hired as his country's national coach, his occupation at the time was the same as it always had been: being Maradona.

18:48

LifeStyle

The British Council: Eight decades developing links between UK and Spain

Tony Bryant

...developing special links between Spain and the UK. He went on to open branches of the British Council in Barcelona, Bilbao, Seville and Valencia. He retired in 1954, but continued to live in Madrid with his family until his death in 1976. Starkie and

13:35

Local

Forbes ranks Malaga among the best European cities to live

ISABEL MÉNDEZ

...the only Spanish city that appears on this list. It also praises Madrid (in second place) and San Sebastián. According to Forbes, "Malaga is ideal for families and also very suitable for singles or couples, as well as for retired people who wish to

12:52

LifeStyle

Former editor brings her Spanish phrase book up to date, just 'for you'

Rachel Haynes

The former editor of SUR in English, Liz Parry, may have been retired a few years, but she continues with her mission to "link communities". The idea of making English-speaking residents feel more at home and integrated into life in Spain extended

15:14

Local

Adiós to the 'real thing' in Malaga

NURIA TRIGUERO

retired. Ten from the same family Ten members of the Sánchez Fernández family, from three generations, have worked for the successive companies that have run the Coca-Cola plant for 60 years: Surbega, Rendelsu, Coca-Cola Iberian Partners and Coca-Cola

14:43

Local

Enrique Pérez Flores, founder of La Zagaleta, dies aged 97

Héctor Barbotta

Businessman Enrique Pérez Flores, known for founding La Zagaleta, died on Sunday, aged 97. In 1991 Pérez Flores, who had just retired after a career in banking in Switzerland, acquired the land from Saudi magnate Adnan Khashoggi, who had populated

11:54

Local

Former British consul in Malaga Mike Bartram dies, aged 83

Rachel Haynes

Michael Anthony Bartram, British consul in Malaga between 1990 and 2000, died in the city’s Hospital Regional on Tuesday morning. The retired diplomat fell ill just a day after arriving with his family from the UK on Saturday to spend some time in ... their Malaga home. He was 83. Originally from Southend-on-Sea near London, Mike was posted to Malaga after consular jobs in various countries, including Pakistan, Japan, Guatemala and the US. His last post before Malaga was Havana, Cuba. Mike retired

14:39

Opinion

The devastating effects of a Costa with no tourists

Pilar Martínez

...most of them are retired Europeans and are now too scared to leave their homes, and little in the way of leisure options to tempt brave souls who would like to travel. In addition, there are continual last-minute cancellations and events and conferences

15:56

Local

Baldomera, the local donkey that went viral

Eugenio Cabezas

...me" he admitted. "I know for sure that if there's a second lockdown I am not going to get stuck in the centre of Malaga," he added. When his father retired in 2018, his brother Daniel, 34, and Ismael decided to help their father fulfill his dream: ... "When I retire I am going to buy a donkey and go back to the village," he would say. And that is how Boldemera, now five, entered their lives. Fernández gave Baldomera to his father, a retired Torremolinos taxi driver, as a retirement present. After

18:59

Sport

A change of priorities for Alhambra Nievas

MARINA RIVAS

It seems like only yesterday, but in fact two years have passed since 2018, when the woman who was recognised as World Rugby Referee of the Year in 2016 decided to put down her whistle. Refereeing was a passion that Alhambra Nievas discovered quit