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13:06

Gibraltar

Europa Stadium works reveal artefacts from the 14th century

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...located at Europa Flats, may date from this period, but archaeological excavations close to this site were inconclusive. However, excavations close to the present Shrine of Our Lady of Europe did reveal evidence of a 14th-century Moorish guardhouse. Until

11:23

Local

The porpoise has not deserted the Costa del Sol, recent figures reveal

Ivan Gelibter

The common porpoise, a species that experts believed had disappeared from this part of the Mediterranean, has made a comeback with seven sightings recorded in a recent report. Scientists at OceanSea, in collaboration with Costasol Cruceros, have r

14:31

Local

La Malagueta bullring restoration brings back original brick façade

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

reveal intricate original brickwork underneath. Now the decision has been taken by the Diputación provincial authority, which owns the building, to restore all the exterior to how it once was. The restoration project is part of a plan to equip the

13:01

Local

Unicaja Banco reveals profits of 136 million euros till September

JOSÉ VICENTE ASTORGA

Shareholders of Unicaja bank should be pleased with the results until September - 136 million euros of profit - although these were 30 per cent lower than at the same time last year. The bank is the seventh biggest in Spain and last year it releas

14:58

LifeStyle

What the Romans put into their foul-smelling sauce

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Nobody really knows why the people of Malaga are known as 'boquerones', but archaeologists excavating at the Roman Theatre in the city have discovered that this type of oily fish has been part of the local diet since Roman times. In fact, in the 4th

13:37

Local

Nerja illegal rubbish dump probe reveals further malpractice

Eugenio Cabezas NERJA

More than a week since SUR first published the revelations over public figures’ involvement in an illegal landfill site in Nerja, the accusations and developments continue, with around 40 people under suspicion. SUR has had access to a document tha

10:12

Local

Statistics reveal Axarquía to be home to richest and poorest

nuria triguero

Statistics published last Thursday by the Spanish tax office, Agencia Tributaria, reveal that the Axarquía tops and tails the list of wealthiest and poorest towns in Malaga province. According to the statistics, Rincón de la Victoria is Malaga’s

11:58

LifeStyle

What is Otosclerosis?

I have been told I have Otosclerosis but I am unsure what it is, can you help? It involves the strange overgrowth of the bone into the space behind the human eardrum. Symptoms that occur through this condition have dizziness and a ringing in the e

02:02

LifeStyle

Fellini's dreams come true at the Picasso Museum

Antonio Javier López

In 1917 Pablo Ruiz Picasso set up his studio at number 110 Via Margutta in Rome to paint the sets for the ballet Parade. Half a century later Federico Fellini moved into the same house. The coincidence could well be a metaphor for the relationship be

18:44

Local

Legion veteran facing 22 years in jail for murder of retired policeman

J. CANO.

Spanish foreign legion veteran, Julián Y. L., 64, is facing 22 years in prison for the brutal murder of former policeman Tomás A. M., 74, who he claimed had "revealed his secret". The incident took place in Torremolinos last February and according

14:14

Local

The secrets buried in Ardales

Fernando Torres

The prehistoric cave of Ardales continues to uncover secrets which have spent thousands of years hidden underground, nearly a century after the first archaeologists went to investigate. An investigation team made up of Spanish and German academics an

13:26

LifeStyle

Revisiting the Costa del Sol of the 1950s

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

...town like before the tourists arrived? The author of new book about Torremolinos has returned to his youth to reveal what it was like for an all-American kid growing up in a 1950s Spanish seaside village. David Mathis Johnson was happily looking

10:48

LifeStyle

Four doctors from Malaga win awards from the Top Doctors directory

SUR

Top Doctors, the most prestigious medical directory in the world, has just released the names of the 50 Spanish doctors and 20 specialist medical units which are most valued in private medicine in this country, in the sixth edition of the Top Doctors

11:22

LifeStyle

Gestational diabetes does not go away forever

ÁNGEL ESCALERA.

...glucose levels. However studies show that this type of diabetes is not permanently cured. The most recent figures from the pregnancy and diabetes department in the Hospital Clínico reveal that five to ten years after suffering gestational diabetes it is

14:07

Local

Relatives live with mother’s body for a month

J. CANO malaga

A son, a daughter and the daughter-in-law of a 77-year-old woman found dead last month are being investigated after it was found that they could have been living with her body for a month. All three family members are suspected of potential homicid

14:17

LifeStyle

Secrets in the blood

SUSANA ZAMORA health

On 10 September 1984 geneticist Alec Jeffreys had arrived early at his laboratory in Leicester. It was just an ordinary Monday like any other until, just after 9am, he had one of those ‘eureka’ moments which have occurred periodically in the history

15:02

National

PM called to explain role in corruption to MPs

NURIA VEGA

MPs returned to the national parliament after the summer break this week for an appearance by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, who had been summoned to answer questions about what he knew about the Gürtel corruption case. Opposition MPs had voted to c

14:37

LifeStyle

Trials and tribulations of life in Zambia

Tony Bryant ALHAURÍN EL GRANDE

In 1980, Ann Patras decided it was time to do something different with her life, and so she rounded up her family and headed to Zambia. Initially on a two-year contact, the family eventually left Zambia in 1989, moving down to South Africa where th

13:31

National

From Julen to Franco, a review of some of the year's news stories

Debbie Bartlett

...scandal after an independent audit on a blocked management email account at the municipal TV and radio station appeared to reveal that someone had been eavesdropping on phone calls by members of the board of directors. The board was made up of the mayor,

16:39

Local

Nearly two million passengers used Malaga airport in May

Pilar Martínez

Nearly two million passengers used Malaga airport during May, latest official figures reveal, taking the running total for the year up to 7.1 million after five months. related story An end in sight to second runway's TV obstacle at Malaga

13:26

LifeStyle

16 August 2017: Bomb blast precedes Barcelona attacks

CHARLOTTE WAY

Camp Nou and the Sagrada Familia Basilica. The prepared explosives were all destroyed in Alcanar, however, and so the cell resorted to a more rudimentary form of rampage. Recordings of telephone calls made by the group on 17 August reveal the change of

12:31

Gibraltar

Supertanker suspected of taking Iranian oil to Syria seized in Gibraltar

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...cargo. "Be assured that Gibraltar remains safe, secure and committed to the international, rules-based, legal order." Although the official statement did not reveal where Grace 1 had collected the crude oil, it is believed to have been from Iran.

16:56

Travel

Where nature rules

Mark Nayler

...the mountains split to reveal a princess on a boat, ready to transport you to the magical kingdom of Fanes. There's no shortage of accommodation in South Tyrol, but for an activity-based holiday, one place stands out. Family-run Hotel Quelle started

18:26

Local

Repair work begins on Malaga Cathedral

sur

Work has begun this week on the walls of Malaga Cathedral after an inspection revealed that some ledges are collapsing. The building work was ordered in June as a precautionary measure when a piece of rubble fell from the cathedral.

16:16

Opinion

Ethics or profits

JEREMY BLATCH

...company, reveal that information relating to a manager's past performance is at best misleading and at worst hazardous to an investor's wealth! To show fund performance in the best light possible, investment companies cleverly report figures on a 'Time