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10:04

Travel

Mallorca

ANDREW FORBES

...with us, as here we're sticking with the Spanish and Catalan spelling of Mallorca. If you haven't visited the island recently, then cast aside the package-holiday image you may have of Mallorca; it has evolved into one of the Mediterranean's most

10:04

Gibraltar

Government denies claims that it will buy water from Spain

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar government has announced that it has no plans to buy water from the Mancomunidad de Municipios del Campo de Gibraltar, following reports in the Spanish press that Gibraltar was considering a contract of this type. An article last ... received no such proposal and in any case has no intention of reaching any agreements which make Gibraltar dependent on any Spanish public authority for any essential services. Gibraltar does have some areas of collaboration with the Mancomunidad ... the Spanish government had not expressed any opposition to collaboration. He is reported to have said that there is now a "more fluid dialogue" and "discreet relationship" with the Gibraltar government.

10:04

Opinion

A new year of uncertainty

RACHEL HAYNES

This has been a year that will stand out for many of us as 'the year that...' The year that Britain voted for Brexit. The year that America voted for Trump. The year that ended with floods on the Spanish Costas. And the year that Bowie died. The

10:04

Sport

The story so far

Rob Palmer

As the Liga season takes a break, it's a time for reflection and a look at who has caught the eye in the first half of the season. It says plenty about the competiveness of the Spanish league when I can cast from most clubs to make up my team of ... I'm going to give a place to Iago Aspas who returned to La Liga with his reputation harmed after a spell at Liverpool but he is now the leading Spanish scorer and has rightly won a place in the national team. Leading the side will be Lionel Messi.

10:04

Opinion

The story so far

Rob Palmer

As the Liga season takes a break, it's a time for reflection and a look at who has caught the eye in the first half of the season. It says plenty about the competiveness of the Spanish league when I can cast from most clubs to make up my team of ... I'm going to give a place to Iago Aspas who returned to La Liga with his reputation harmed after a spell at Liverpool but he is now the leading Spanish scorer and has rightly won a place in the national team. Leading the side will be Lionel Messi.

13:53

National

Catalonia starts 2017 making headlines in a crunch political year

SUR IN ENGLISH MALAGA

...is banned under the Spanish constitution and national conservative prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, has steadfastly refused to negotiate on the subject. In a radio interview, Carles Puigdemont, Catalonian primer minister, restated that he was on track ... referendum was recognised "by the Spanish state and internationally". Offending festive lanterns There were splits even among pro-independence politicians over the decision by leaders in Vic, a town outside Barcelona, to allow festive lanterns with the

13:57

Local

Shops contract more workers this year for the January sales

Sunday 3rd, shops will be open. uOctober. Business owners have permission to trade on Thursday, 12 October, the Spanish National Day holiday. uNovember. Stores can open on 26 November. uDecember. Special opening days will be Friday 8th, Sunday

13:57

Local

Antequera given top international ranking

LUCÍA MARTOS NEW YORK

The New York Times publishes a list every year of the places that are a must to visit. This year, of the 52 top international places in the world that are listed, Antequera and Madrid are the only Spanish locations recommended. Madrid is ... specifically mentioned because of its gastronomic potential and the Michelin-starred Bibo restaurant, owned by Malaga chef Dani García, is named. Antequera appears at number 38 on the list of 52 and is referred to as 'the Spanish Stonehenge'. The title no

13:57

Opinion

A quick fix

the euro zone

Why does the new year always seem to start with the Spanish government marvelling at how rapidly it is reducing the country's unemployment rate? Overall, there were 390,354 less claims in 2016 than in 2015 - the biggest annual reduction seen since ... again as the short-term roles expire (in the autumn and new year, respectively). At the end of August this year, for example, there were 14,435 more unemployed people registered in Spain than in July. Temporary contracts are the Spanish labour market's

13:59

LifeStyle

Hare's Foot Fern

Denise Bush

...genus as a whole, not just for the particular species canariensis. In Spanish it is called Helecho Pata de Conejo or Carraguala and in Andalucía is protected in the wild. The genus is named after the Swiss botanist Edmund Davall and the species

09:21

National

Retired SUR in English editor Liz Parry in New Year’s Honours list

Rachel Haynes

...newspaper, in helping British nationals to integrate into Spanish society and avoid some of the potential problems that moving to another country might present. Liz points out that this contribution is summed up by the slogan she came up with when the ... newspaper’s staff were discussing what they believed SUR in English stood for: Linking Communities. “If I have contributed to a greater understanding, solidarity and that wonderful Spanish word ‘convivencia’ among the international community in southern ... resident in Madrid, has been included in the New Year’s Honours List. Roger has been appointed a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) for his services to British business in Spain and British-Spanish trade and investment. The

09:21

Gibraltar

Yanito - a tale of two languages

ASH Bolton

...recently, you smiled when you were told the price of something you wanted to buy was “ninety nueve” pence. Spanish workers pre 1967SUR Whether or not you’ve experienced this delightful mix of languages yet, you’ve probably heard that some people speak ... Yanito (or Llanito) in this linguistically rich region. This curious mixture of Andalusian Spanish and British English is peppered with vocabulary from Genoese, Hebrew, Maltese, French and Portuguese - thanks to the fascinating history of Gibraltar. ... Yanito also borrows words from Haketia, a Judeo-Spanish language once spoken by Sephardic Jews in Northern Morocco, Ceuta and Melilla. Today, the language is spoken in Gibraltar by the Llanitos, which is what the Gibraltarians call themselves, and also by

09:22

Sport

Defence leads the way to the EuroCup quarter finals

enrique miranda

...them top of their group. This, combined with Valencia's victory over Alba Berlin, puts the two Spanish clubs as front runners to take the two qualification spots for the next round. Despite winning by a comfortable margin, the hosts did not make it

09:22

Travel

The Insider Guide: Sacred Valley of the Incas

Andrew Forbes

...ticket, but is well worth it. Machu Picchu Not re-discovered until the beginning of the 20th century, this UNESCO World heritage Inca site, considered one of the New Seven Wonders of the World escaped damage by the imperial Spanish conquistadors.

09:22

Travel

The cities above the clouds

andrew forbes travel

...destination: Machu Picchu. This city above the clouds has captured the world’s imagination for over a hundred years. Left abandoned by the Incas before the Spanish came to Peru, it remained hidden in dense forest until local farmers helped explorer Hiram

10:11

Sport

Alhambra Nievas named best referee in world rugby

enrique miranda

...to being a referee, Nievas is also a telecommunications engineer from the University of Malaga, where she first encountered the game of rugby. She started her rugby career on the field, playing a number of times for the Spanish national side, beforing

10:11

LifeStyle

Mijas Costa welcomes newest International Rotary Club in Spain

Tony Bryant

Guadalmina, which opened in January 2010, and because of the success of this branch, she was commissioned to coordinate the formation of the new club. “I have been a member of a Spanish Rotary for many years, and many foreigners are interested in the club, ... but because many of them do not understand Spanish, it was difficult,” Nina told SUR in English. The Rotary Club welcomes people from all professions and members are asked to use their professional skills to help those who cannot help themselves.

10:11

LifeStyle

Emotions running high in Pamplona

Mark Nayler reading into spain

It changed my life and made me want to write and explore the world.” So says American bull runner and author Bill Hillman of the novel that put a small Spanish town and its annual bull-running fiesta well and truly on the world stage. In the minds ... translation of what the Spanish call a ‘corrida de toros’, or ‘running of the bulls’. “We had that disturbed emotional feeling that always comes after a bullfight,” Jake reflects as they leave the bullring one evening, “and the feeling of elation that comes

10:11

LifeStyle

A return to find poverty... and vitality

Mark Nayler reading into spain

One couldn’t wish for a better travel companion than Gerald Brenan. His honesty, curiosity, humour and deep knowledge of Spanish history are all on display in The Face of Spain, written after he and his wife, the American poet Gamel Woolsey, ... huge range of local characters on his travels, who are only too willing to show him around their towns or villages, often with great pride: their very Spanish warmth and hospitality, despite their greatly reduced circumstances, is deeply touching. Most ... Spain, people of energy and determination have risen out of poverty to affluence.” Though Brenan doesn’t shy away from describing the poverty and divisive social tensions left behind by the Spanish civil war, this is by no means a gloomy or heavy book.

10:12

LifeStyle

Haunted by the past

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...dominance of Spain’s two main parties threatened for the first time in the country’s recent history. Now is the perfect time, therefore, to read ‘Ghosts of Spain’, British journalist Giles Tremlett’s magisterial work on Spanish politics, history and culture ... and Spain’s agonised relationship with its own past. Tremlett’s book - powered by a forensic curiosity and written in flowing, addictive prose - deals with most aspects of Spanish culture: flamenco, football, attitudes towards women and family, the ... thirty Spanish men, had lost their lives, and around 400,000 were in exile. The central point around which Tremlett’s book revolves is his discovery, in the early years of the twenty first century, that “the sores of the Spanish Civil War …. were still

10:12

LifeStyle

Life, death, love and war

Mark Nayler reading into spain

The greatest books make you envious of those who have not yet read them, those who you know have a great experience still to come. For Whom the Bell Tolls, Ernest Hemingway’s Spanish civil war masterpiece and arguably his best novel, is one such ... being”. Maria, a nineteen-year-old Spanish girl rescued from her fascist captors by the gypsy band Jordan joins, turns the American soldier’s life upside down in the space of three days. Their love is a mutual salvation; for Maria, raped and beaten

10:12

LifeStyle

A short-lived revolutionary idyll

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...a volunteer in the Spanish civil war. This was probably because he saw, in the revolutionary laboratory of late 1936 Barcelona, a brief but exhilarating realisation of his political ideal. Homage to Catalonia, Orwell’s account of his seven months’

10:12

Gibraltar

Royal Navy fires warning flares at Spanish research ship

Debbie Bartlett

The Royal Navy fired several warning flares at the Spanish research vessel Ángeles Alvariño in a tense stand-off which lasted several hours on Sunday, when the Spanish ship failed to respond to radio communications and repeated orders to leave the ... waters which the British territory and Spain both claim are theirs. Scientists on board the Ángeles Alvariño, who said later that they were in Spanish waters and were attempting to carry out important research to study the risk of tsunamis in the area, ... attempted to drop a sonar buoy into the sea but were prevented by an inflatable speedboat from the Gibraltar Squadron. Those who saw the incident reported that the Spanish vessel was manoeuvering in an “aggressive” manner and “harassing” the British

10:12

Sport

"I will continue to fight for a place in the team"

Marina rivas malaga cf

...from former teammates and many loved ones. ––Are there a lot of differences between the Spanish league and football in South America? –Yes, they are very different. Here there is more rhythm, the ball travels much faster. We play in the best league

10:12

Sport

Incredible Kameni denies Barcelona

MARCUS PRICE

...shock lead midway through the second half as Juanpi played in Juankar. The Spanish midfielder rounded the Barcelona keeper but could only find the side netting with the empty net at his mercy. From this moment on, however, the Catalan club controlled the

10:12

Opinion

No news: good news?

Mark Nayler

It’s not just because the English and Spanish press has been unable to talk of much except Donald Trump for the last week and a half that you’ve heard very little about Mariano Rajoy’s new government. Three weeks have elapsed since the veteran

10:12

Local

Malaga airport has already been used by more passengers this year than in all 2015

Pilar Martínez

...to and from abroad, compared with an increase of 9.5 per cent in flights between Spanish cities. Specifically, in October 1,711,802 passengers travelled on 12,095 flights. In percentage terms, Malaga airport handled 19.6 per cent more passengers and ... Malaga airport, with 584,100 passengers travelling to that country; this was about 20.8 per cent more than in October 2015. The second highest number of passengers were travelling to Spanish airports. Germany, with 167,625 passengers, and France with

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

10:12

LifeStyle

“Hyperthermia can become the fourth pillar in cancer treatment”

j. j. buiza

After more than 25 years involved in the fight against cancer, Jorge Contreras admits that for the first time he feels that he is immersed in something which is truly new and exciting. This 51-year-old doctor coordinates the Spanish Society of

10:12

LifeStyle

“Even common everyday tasks became terrifying obstacles for me”

PILAR manzanares

...persona’, a first person account of the disorder published in Spanish by Nuevo Extremo. Because her condition was so severe, she decided not only to devote her time to her treatment but also to raise awareness of the disorder. She has become the ... spokeswoman and Spanish outreach ambassador of the International OCD Foundation in Boston, a non profit-making institution which helps people with obsessive compulsive disorders and their families. The singer collaborates by telling her story to others who

10:12

Local

Brits among those held for violent ATM attacks across Costa area

Antonio Javier López

...suspects last week, two British and two Spanish citizens, four of whom have now been charged. According to police chiefs, one of the Britons held has a criminal record in the UK for handling weapons, explosives and activities similar to the recent spate of

10:12

LifeStyle

A beloved country at war with itself

Mark Nayler reading into spain

A central vein of disappointment and sadness runs through A Moment of War, Laurie Lee’s unrelentingly bleak account of his experiences during the Spanish civil war. As I Walked Out One Midsummer’s Morning - the conclusion of which is this book’s ... justified by a lofty cause; in this case, “the chance to make one grand, uncomplicated gesture of personal sacrifice and faith which might never occur again.” The International Brigades, alongside the Spanish Republicans, saw themselves as fighting for the

10:12

National

Everything’s changed, but what’s different?

Íñigo Gurruchaga brexit

Tens of thousands of Spanish people will be visiting London over the December holiday period. According to London &Partners, an official tourism promotion agency, in 2015 there were 1.5 million visitors from Spain, which was the fifth largest source ... market. In the past decade, the number of Spanish visitors to the UK has risen by 62.5 per cent. There are no official figures about the ‘Brexit effect’, but HotelsCombined, an internet hotel website, has registered 15 per cent more hits in Spain ... see what Spanish visitors to London think about Brexit, we took a walk between Big Ben and Harrods department store. We didn’t have to wait long before we heard Spanish voices below the UK’s most famous clock tower. They were from Valladolid: two

10:12

LifeStyle

A first taste of the land of his dreams

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...he had no pre-planned route or itinerary - only his final destination, rather randomly decided on, in mind. Lee chose Spain because he knew how to ask for a glass of water in Spanish and because of a hazy childhood dream of “walking down a white ... blur of Andalucia” and experienced his first dose of southern Spanish heat - “a new kind of heat, brutal and hard, carrying the smell of another continent”. He immediately realised that this was a region set apart from the rest of Spain; a region of

10:12

Gibraltar

Chief minister speaks out about legal case accusing him of torture

Debbie Bartlett

...arrested and remanded in custody after placing a large Spanish flag on the Rock of Gibraltar. Lawyer Pedro Fernández was also detained for taking photos during the court hearing two days later. Vox claims that both men were unlawfully detained and

10:12

Opinion

Caballero

Peter Edgerton

...sigh) “Honestly, he wasn’t. Er, anyway, my mobile number was on the delivery slip wasn’t it? Why didn’t he call that?” “Caballero [this word means ‘Sir’ or ‘Gentleman’ in Spanish but is only ever used as a sort of indirect insult when someone knows

10:12

Opinion

The Law of Lopetegui

Rob Palmer

Lopetegui’, John Stones (22), Raheem Sterling (21), Jesse Lingard (23), Marcus Rashford (19) and Eric Dier (22) would not even have got the call up. Stones in particular has come in for cruel scrutiny back home. If he was Spanish he would be protected from

10:30

Sport

Malaga, top dogs in the world of padel

Marina Rivas sport

...been in existence for long, is now the most important international circuit, bringing together the best players in the world for its numerous events every year. The ranking is mostly led by Brazilian, Argentinian and Spanish competitors. Among them