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13:15

Opinion

Difficult questions

Mark Nayler

...come from Vox leader Santiago Abascal. Abascal also expressed his support for Salvini's hardline stance: a member of the populist Northern League party (in many ways Vox's Italian counterpart), Italy's deputy prime minister has repeatedly called for an

12:41

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El Camino cycle in fight against cancer

EUGENIO CABEZAS

September, and the Plaza del Obradoiro in Santiago de Compostela, which will take around 13 days, travelling on average 120 kilometres a day. They are both already experts in the various routes leading to the Galician cathedral, following some of the most ... his professional life, has arrived in Santiago on more than twenty occasions in his life. "It is a discovery of yourself, it is the solitude of the route, the shrines, the time you spend thinking about all that you have done, what has happened to you,

13:22

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Fighting cancer all the Way

MATÍAS STUBER

Sixty children, aged between two and 19, all of whom are receiving or have received treatment for cancer from Malaga's chidren's hospital, reached Santiago de Compostela's Obradoiro square last weekend, after travelling more than 100 kilometres. The ... Santiago. "The whole group started to cry. It is an enormous joy to be here with the children and their families. They have achieved so much in the face of adversity".

13:03

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5 July 2011: The theft of the Codex Calixtinus

DEBBIE BARTLETT

On 5 July 2011 the Codex Calixtinus, a priceless 12th century manuscript, went missing from the world-famous Santiago de Compostela cathedral in Galicia. The book, which had 225 pages and had been described as the world's first travel guide, was ... written to provide information for pilgrims walking the Camino de Santiago, and was kept in a safe in the cathedral archives. The theft was a massive news story in Spain and also aroused interest in the international media. It had all the makings of a

17:32

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Malaga's own mini Camino de Santiago

Mark Nayler

...behind, eager to see what other sights awaited me on the 15-kilometre path to Antequera. Weaving through the heart of Malaga province, this rarely-trodden track is part of the Camino de Santiago (or Way of Saint James), the Spanish pilgrimage that's more ... for 770 kilometres between St Jean Pied de Port in the French Pyrenees and Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, taking in the landmark cities of Pamplona, Logroño, Burgos and León and requiring about a month to complete. In the 2010 film The Way (well ... the Camino Mozárabe de Santiago and, although they've yet to star in a film about the pilgrimage, are every bit as spectacular as their northern cousins. They begin in Malaga and Almeria, join at Baena, then snake up to Santiago via Cordoba, Mérida

11:26

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The end of an era at Santiago's

Héctor Barbotta

The seafront in Marbella won't be the same any more. Santiago Domínguez, founder, owner and soul of the Marisquería Santiago is about to do something that no-one has expected - retire. Now 80, he has worked for 75 years, starting at the age of five ... Marisquería Santiago, which will keep its name, staff and menu, is known as the most emblematic restaurant in Marbella. In a town which has a total of six Michelin stars, the biggest concentration in Andalucía, and which is in the vanguard of gastronomic ... innovation, Santiago continued with the recipes he had used all his life. The sale includes the main restaurant and the tavern on the first floor on the Avenida del Mar. Santiago will keep the adjoining property, which will be operated autonomously. In this

10:59

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Santiago makes his debut in the Costa del Sol hospital kitchens

Mónica Pérez

"I owe a lot to this hospital, and so when I have the opportunity to give something back, I do it. It is nothing compared to what they have done for me." said Santiago Domínguez, owner of Restaurante Santiago, a restaurant that has run successfully ... used to, he tried to keep the menu traditional to what is served at 'Restaurante Santiago', adapting a few things to cater to everyone. A created a healthy menu of creamed vegetables with croutons for the starter, followed by sea bass with sautéed ... what to do when we are cooking at another site." said Santiago, hours before the special menu to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the hospital was served. Those who already know the tenacity of Santiago and his team will not be surprised to learn