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11:42

Local

The British Ambassador to Spain attends service in Madrid

T. BRYANT

The British Ambassador to Spain, Simon Manley, attended and read a lesson at the Service of Remembrance at St George's Anglican Church in Madrid. The Ambassador was joined by diplomatic colleagues from across the Commonwealth, EU and other ... 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.”

11:05

LifeStyle

Cutting it fine for two Guinness World Records

FERNANDO TORRES

The town of Alhaurín de la Torre was converted into the town of jamón (cured ham) last weekend when professional ham cutters from across Spain descended on it to try and break some Guinness World records. At the end of the day a notary verified ... event. The money raised by the sale of jamón went to AHUCE, the Spanish brittle bone (Osteogenesis imperfecta) disease association. The event was attended by the mayor of Alhaurín, Joaquín Villanova and by associations from all over Spain including

11:02

LifeStyle

Coaching the rich and famous in Mijas

Tony Bryant Jenny Hoad, Tennis player and coach

Australian tennis stars Lew and Jenny Hoad opened the first tennis club in Spain in 1972Following a hectic career, playing in tournaments all over the world, the Hoads bought a rundown farmhouse in Mijas Costa, which they turned into the first club of its ... kind in Spain. Once the transfer of the land had been finalised, the couple hired a team of local builders to start the conversion of the farmhouse and the surrounding land. They started with one main court and four other courts, surrounded by ... Spain. It would be pointless living anywhere else, after all, I've been here 50 years now,” Jenny says with a hint of nostalgia.

20:45

Sport

Thousands pack the Rosaleda stadium to watch Spain's football heroes in action

sur

On the evening of Saturday 11 November, the Rosaleda was packed as locals got the chance to see some of Spain's football heroes take on Costa Rica in a friendly match. The atmosphere in the full stadium was incredible as Spain demonstrated their ... host massive international games and hopefully will do so again in the future. Thousands of Spanish flags were waved, creating a sea of red and yellow in the stadium as Spain constantly dominated the game. Malaga-born midfielder Isco was a clear ... Spain looked very good and should consider themselves as strong contenders for the World Cup next summer.

17:03

Local

Marbella confirmed as host of Davis Cup clash between Great Britain and Spain next year

Héctor Barbotta

The first round clash of next year's Davis Cup World Group between Spain and Great Britain will be played on Marbella's Golden Mile, it was announced on Thursday. The resort beat off local competition from the city of Granada to stage the event. ... coast. The Puente Romano has hosted the Davis Cup before, in 1989, when Spain played Mexico. The last time the competition was in the resort was in 2009, when the old Puerto Banús bullring was used. Stands will be put up so 8,500 spectators can attend

10:21

LifeStyle

Almost half of people in Spain report suffering from stress

SUR

The problem is so serious that the World Health Organisation (WHO) considers stress a global epidemic. In Spain, according to the latest CinfaSalud study into 'Perception and habits of the Spanish population with regard to stress', about 42 per cent

20:40

LifeStyle

Researching Brits on the Costa del Sol

Jennie Rhodes Professor Karen O'Reilly, Sociologist and Anthropologist

...honours, she discovered a passion for study and that she “loved university and didn't want to leave,” so she went on to complete a PhD at the same institution. The author of British on the Costa del Sol will continue to visit Spain but has no plans to ... live here The subject of her doctorate was Brits living in Spain, the idea for which came about when in 1998 she came to Fuengirola with her then partner, and now husband, Trevor . The self-confessed perpetual student explains that it was her tutor at ... the time who said to her, “why don't you do your PhD on British people living in Spain?” It was Trevor's dream, Karen explains, to “live on the Costa del Sol”. Karen, however, wasn't convinced at the time as she felt that her life and, in

15:30

Opinion

Tradition

POLLY RODGER BROWN

...sweets on every bar and cafe counter, buckets for trick or treating and children dressed up as characters from popular computer games rather than the witches and wizards of my youth. In Spain too Halloween has become a giant fancy dress party. When we

13:15

National

Calls to boycott Catalan products could backfire on rest of Spain

In the heat of the political crisis over Catalan separatism, another battle on social media rages, with frequent calls for the rest of Spain to boycott products made in Catalonia in order to prove to the region just how much they need custom from ... the rest of the country. After all, Catalonia exports more to just one region of Spain, its neighbour, Aragón, than it does to the UK and Germany combined. Experts have pointed out that a boycott could do more harm than good, as many components of ... Catalan products are made in the rest of Spain. For example, corks for Cava bottles, a Catalan speciality, actually come from Malaga and tomatoes for oven-ready pizzas prepared near Barcelona come from Extremadura.