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18:41

Gibraltar

New deputy mayor of Jerusalem is Gibraltarian

Debbie Bartlett

A Gibraltarian lawyer, who is the daughter of former chief minister Sir Joshua Hassan, has been appointed deputy mayor of Jerusalem after serving as a member of Jerusalem City Council since May last year. In the past, Fleur Hassan-Nahoum has been

18:12

Opinion

Eating behind bars

A. J. LINN

...are responsible for the preparation, cooking and serving of meals, although in some exceptional cases outside caterers are employed. There has never been any lack of enthusiasm on the part of the prisoners to learn cooking, and in another famous ... and was serving time for having killed his sous-chef in the kitchen of his restaurant. In America the best-known prison restaurant is possibly the Serving Time Café in Utah, unique until recently for being staffed by female time-servers. Unusually

13:15

Travel

Bermuda, the insider guide

Andrew Forbes

...the prestigious Tucker’s Point Golf Course. Chef Tim Sullivan is the talent in the kitchen, serving the fine-dining Marée Restaurant open to non-residents. Holiday Rentals Bermuda is mixing things up in the accommodation sector, with a wider

18:24

LifeStyle

29 December 1170: The death of Thomas Becket, the 'turbulent priest'

MINDY BURROWS

Becket became Lord Chancellor in 1155, as then Archbishop of Canterbury Theobald of Bec, recommended him for the post to King Henry II after serving as Archdeacon of Canterbury for a year. As part of this role, Becket had to foster the King's son, Henry,

11:42

Local

The British Ambassador to Spain attends service in Madrid

T. BRYANT

...countries, as well as serving members of UK armed forces based in Spain. Simon Manley said: “Remembrance Day is a special moment for us all to remember those who serve, and have served, to keep us safe and free.”

18:37

LifeStyle

Festive cheer and goodwill among the Costa's clubs and associations

SUR IN ENGLISH

A raffle and the 'name the bear' competition raised 190 euros for welfare work aiding both serving and former members of the Royal Air Force and their families. The Costa del Sol branch organises various events throughout the year to which anyone

01:39

Local

The renaissance of a forgotten 'ghost town'

Jennie Rhodes

2005. The menu is full of locally-sourced products and the homemade bread is sold as far afield as Malaga city. It is open from 10am until 4pm every day, serving breakfast, coffee and lunch. It also doubles up as a museum, with old photos of Acebuchal

10:51

LifeStyle

Catering for language learning

Mindy Burrows

serving them with their English, with several offering to speak to the students afterwards. The catering students had designed the menu themselves. “They were all very interested to cook English food, especially the dessert team who love to learn