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16:05

Sport

Jack Harper: "I wouldn't say I was Spanish; I'm a Scottish malagueño"

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Brit pop, not reggaeton; and not a tattoo in sight. Jack Harper (Malaga, 1996) is not your typical footballer. This "Scottish malagueño" has not had a typical career either. After trading the world-famous Real Madrid academy for Brighton and Hove ... record now for goals scored by Scots in La Liga 1|2|3 [currently on four]... Maybe including Primera too. I bet there was another Scottish player some time ago... Several British ones, for sure. But despite your Scottish heritage, you were born on

10:37

LifeStyle

Burns Night fun on the Costa

SUR IN ENGLISH

A taste of Scottish tradition came to the Costa last Friday, 25 January, with two celebrations of Burns Night, marking poet Robert Burns' birthday. St Andrew's Chaplaincy celebrated Burns Night in true style at its community centre in ... 1,900 euros at their Burns Night at the Tamisa Golf Hotel, near Mijas Golf, helped along by Scottish hotel-owner, John Peach, and club Social Secretary, Sandy Tavendale. The piper played a rousing accompaniment to the haggis on its silver salver. This

17:39

What to do

"I always thought it would be ace if I could perform in Malaga and visit my father"

Tony Bryant

...to his arrival on the Costa and he explained how excited he is to be able to perform in Malaga for the first time; especially seeing as his father will be in the audience, along with several of his Scottish relatives. Is Vino your birth name? ... would work for them. Ironically though, I have a load of Scottish relatives coming as they happen to be in Malaga this week. What can the audience expect at the Salon Varietés in Fuengirola? Expect the unexpected. There will be jokes, banter,

11:04

Travel

A balcony over Edinburgh

Andrew Forbes

...touristy 'ghost tour'. Once the sun sets, the medieval Old Town evokes memories of dark times in the city's history. Leading off north and south from The Royal Mile (the main street of Old Town that runs from the Scottish parliament and Holyrood palace in ... Writers' Museum, a must for those interested in Scottish literature. The small museum, with free entry, celebrates the work of Robert Louis Stevenson, Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott. Edinburgh's iconic gothic monument to Scott is a little to the north, ... can climb the claustrophobic spiral staircases to the viewing platforms. It is said that there are over 90 people depicted in the monument's carvings, including characters from Scott's works, as well as Scottish writers and poets. A statue of the

11:04

Travel

Edinburgh, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...lived in this house, and has inspired the name of the hotel's Blackwood's Bar & Grill. Open to non-residents it has quite the reputation for locally-sourced Scottish meat and produce. NiraCaledonia.com Scotland's Personal Hotels The Nira ... Caledonia is a member of Scotland's Personal Hotels, a curated collection of Scottish properties focusing on independent hotels that offer an authentic taste of Scotland, from Highland castles, country manor houses and old lodges, to city townhouses. ... Square is no exception. General manager Eric Garnier has made this one of the city's flagship restaurants with a superb cocktail bar. If you skip the tempting grilled whole lobster or Scottish prime beef, you can enjoy a sophisticated two-course lunchtime

13:04

Opinion

No Spain, no gain

Peter Edgerton

...expectancy at birth, sanitation and health services. Britain came in at nineteenth, presumably after factoring in our national passion for beating each others brains out on a Friday night and the quaint Scottish custom of deep fat frying unsuspecting Mars

17:44

LifeStyle

The heart of Scottish tradition

Tony Bryant

...porra, a gazpacho-style thick soup. The festival commemorates the adventure of this Scottish knight, also known as the Black Douglas, when he was carrying the embalmed heart of King Robert the Bruce on a crusade to the Holy Land. As a friend of ... during the campaign, although how he died has remained uncertain. Although his mission was unsuccessful, the Black Douglas has remained such a legend in Scottish history that thousands of people descend on the town of Teba in August to commemorate his ... beginning. The couple, originally from Chester, have owned the self-catering accommodation for twelve years and they are extremely happy with their annual Scottish visitors. Lindsay explained that festival attracts thousands of people from all over, but

14:41

What to do

A touch of music hall and satirical fun

Tony Bryant

...and dance routines. The show will also include a special Scottish set and the cast will finish the night with a rousing rendition of Scotland the Brave. Tickets for the show, which begins at 8pm, cost 10 euros and all proceeds will go to the St

13:50

LifeStyle

A lifelong devotion to language and art

Tony Bryant

...manuscripts to an invited audience in the French Embassy in Madrid, which she describes as "a highlight in my lecturing career". Born and educated in Glasgow, Liz became head teacher of a remote school in the Scottish Highlands. Her main academic interests ... Scottish villages. The book supposes an oil discovery on the Scottish mainland and underlines how small, remote communities are terribly vulnerable to any social change. Liz has always enjoyed historical research, but she admits that her days of writing