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14:59

Sport

A senseless sacking

Rob Palmer

As far as making managerial decisions go, replacing Marcelino with a rookie manager makes about as much sense as bringing in Gary Neville for Nuno Espirito Santo. This is all part of the madness of the Mestalla and the whim of Peter Lim, a billiona

15:20

Gibraltar

September, a mega month of music to get Gibraltar rocking

Debbie Bartlett

It's music, music, music and some very famous names all the way in Gibraltar this month with a series of major events, many of which tie in with the Celebrations around National Day, which is on 10 September. On Tuesday, 3 September the Gibraltar

11:19

What to do

A tribute to the 60s and 70s in the name of charity

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The Cudeca Care Hospice will present its Pop/Rock Music Story Tribute Festival to raise funds towards caring for people with cancer and other advanced illnesses. INFORMATION When. 6 September from 9pm. What. Tribute acts to 60s and 70s, The Beat

16:37

What to do

A Midsummer Night's Dream takes over Alozaina

SUR IN ENGLISH

This Saturday, 10 August, from 9pm, the village of Alozaina will become the centre of a festival to celebrate local artists and creative people. With art exhibitions, live music and dancing plus a market with lots of craft stalls and activities for

15:50

Sport

Valle takes Pastrana's crown in first event at new Marbella Arena

EFE

Costa Rican boxer Yokasta Valle snatched the IBF women's mini flyweight world title on Monday from Spanish reigning champion Joana Pastrana. The Marbella Arena in Puerto Banús became, for the fight's 45 minutes duration, the women's boxing capital

17:22

LifeStyle

Sting takes to the Starlite stage for the second time

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British singer Sting took to the stage at the Starlite Festival in Marbella on Tuesday night. He perform some of his most famous hits, such as Roxanne and Every Little Thing She Does is Magic, to a crowd of excited fans. In Spanish, he told them

12:47

National

EU takes Spain to court over poor air quality

SUR

The European Commission has reported Spain to the European Court of Justice for failing to comply with air quality standards in Madrid, Barcelona and the Vallès-Baix Llobregat area of Catalonia. It says that these areas have an excessive amount of

12:32

Gibraltar

Lord Patten to deliver Governor's Lecture

Debbie bartlett

It has been announced that Lord Patten, who is a former Governor of Hong Kong and European Commissioner for External Relations among other posts, will deliver the Governor's Lecture at the Gibraltar International Literary Festival which takes place

16:56

Sport

When a millionaire takes on a billionaire

Rob Palmer

So now we know who wins when a billionaire fights a multi-millionaire; it the same as when a president takes on a captain or father takes on a son. You don't get to the top of the largest construction business in Spain and run arguably the world's

12:21

What to do

LGBT community in Torremolinos gears up for Wonder Gay Festival

TONY BRYANT

The Wonder Gay Festival, an event (along with Torremolinos Pride) that is positioning the town as one of the most important LGBT destinations in Spain after Barcelona and Madrid, will take place from Monday 22 until Sunday 28 July and presents a week

16:26

Sport

The transfer merry-go-round

Rob Palmer

Roll up, roll up... Get ready to jump on board the most star-studded football merry-go-round in the history of football. This summer is going to be a headline writer's dream, with superstar names screaming out from the front pages of the sports dai

23:41

Sport

Comeback win helps Malaga consolidate play-off place

Daryl Finch

The promotion charge continues. Malaga came back from a goal down to secure a resounding 3-1 win over Real Zaragoza on Friday night, moving them one step closer to securing a spot in the play-offs for promotion back to La Liga. In the week that aut

18:00

National

What it takes to be Spanish

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

A Spanish person with an average level of education would almost certainly be able to answer questions such as "What is the highest peak on the Iberian peninsula?", "Who was Francisco de Goya?" or "How long does a product guarantee last?" The answer

14:53

What to do

Torremolinos honours archangel San Miguel with traditional romeria and fair

Tony Bryant

...biggest urban pilgrimages in Andalucía - the biggest being El Rocío in Huelva - and it attracts more than 100,000 people every year. This traditional cavalcade of gypsy- style caravans pulled by oxen and tractors takes place on Sunday 22 September and ... casetas on the feria ground are also open and most offer Andalusian cuisine and varying styles of live music and dance. The feria starts on Friday, 27 and continues until Monday, 30 September. The festivities are divided between the day fair, which takes

17:19

What to do

Torremolinos unites for two-day multicultural festival

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos. Representatives from 18 countries will participate in the Foreign Residents Day festival in Torremolinos next Saturday, 6 and Sunday, 7 April. This year will be the 25th edition of the multicultural festival, which will promote the cult

19:06

Local

Cudeca Hospice prepares for 17th fundraising Walkathon

Rachel Haynes

The promenade in Benalmádena Costa looks set to be invaded by hundreds of red T-shirt-clad walkers this Sunday for the 17th edition of the Cudeca Walkathon. In order to raise funds for the Cudeca hospice charity and awareness of its work, particip

11:54

Local

Mayor takes Nueva Torrequebrada rail station plans to Madrid

Ivan Gelibter

A possible new railway station on the local Cercanías line at Nueva Torrequebrada took a step forward recently at a meeting in Madrid. Locals have been campaigning for the extra stop for years, and for the first time a mayor of Benalmádena has take

12:52

Local

Bendodo bows out as head of Malaga's Diputación

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

The president of Malaga's Diputación, the provincial authority, passed the baton to his number two on Wednesday. Elías Bendodo is now a key minister in the new Junta and taking over, at least until municipal elections in May, is Francisco Salado,

15:07

What to do

Raising the stakes for the Cudeca Hospice

Tony Bryant

The Cudeca Goldies will host their annual fundraising Grand National afternoon at the Tamisa Golf Hotel on Saturday 6 April. The event begins at 2pm and will show all of the racing live from Aintree on several large television screens, starting with

10:34

LifeStyle

Calling for men to create harmony

Ash Bolton

...deaf. But they will receive training with the choir." Allyson said that all are welcome, from "beginners to confident vocalists". She added: "We do it because we love to sing. It's very enjoyable but it takes some dedication as we sing all year round

11:19

Local

Father Christmas takes to his paraglider over Periana

Father Christmas paid an early visit to Periana on Saturday afternoon, choosing a paraglider instead of a traditional sleigh and nine reindeer. He flew over the village, which overlooks the Viñuela reservoir, providing photographers with some spectac

11:31

Sport

Around 500 athletes head to Antequera for Athletics Championships

SUR

Antequera's Athletics Centre plays host to the 55th edition of the Spanish Indoor Athletics Championships on 16 and 17 February. The event, which will attract almost 500 athletes, will for the second time have more female than male representation,

13:16

Local

Sephardic centre in Malaga takes major step forward

J. HINOJOSA.

The Malaga Jewish community has moved a step closer to its dream of having a Sephardic Jewish interpretation centre in the old town of Malaga. The plan has been on hold for over a year since the design was first unveiled, however the group behind the

14:17

Gibraltar

Post office tours on World Post Day

Debbie Bartlett

Tuesday 9 October is World Post Day and to mark the occasion the post office in Bishop Caruana Road will be offering two guided tours of its facilities, at 4pm and 6pm. World Post Day, which has been celebrated for 49 years, raises awareness of th

19:23

Sport

Ferrero takes the Senior Masters Cup

JULIO rODRÍGUEZ

The favourite left with the trophy on Saturday. Juan Carlos Ferrero lifted the third Senior Masters Cup after beating Marat Safin in two sets (6-3 and 6-4). They played the final in front of 1,500 spectators, filling the Manolo Santana court at the P

13:33

Sport

Azahara Muñoz takes second place in the Open de España

ALEJANDRO DÍAZ

This year's Andalucía Costa del Sol Open de España at La Quinta Golf will be remembered for a long time, thanks to the tremendous battle between the two star rivals: Azahara Muñoz, who was playing at home and hoped to achieve her third consecutive vi

12:39

LifeStyle

New and exclusive wines and gourmet products at SUR Wines & Gourmet

M. MARTÍNEZ

A total of 88 stands and close to 40 companies from the world of wines and gourmet products will be at the first edition of SUR Wines & Gourmet, which is organised by SUR and its gastronomy supplement Málaga en la Mesa, and Grupo La Reserva. The e

12:05

LifeStyle

Tattoo fever takes hold at convention

Ivan Gelibter

The Malaga tattoo convention celebrated its fifth anniversary last weekend, once more attracting thousands of people from far and wide. Whilemany came to get a tattoo themselves, the skill of the tattoo artists, alongside shows, performances and live

15:02

Local

Funeral takes place of popular mayor who committed suicide

A. PELÁEZ / J. CANO

Family members, friends and residents joined the mayors of Axarquía villages on Tuesday for the funeral of Salvador Fernández Marin, the mayor of El Borge, who was found dead on Monday afternoon. The mayor's body was found hanging from a tree on at

14:28

Local

Benalmádena takes steps to boost links with Polish tourism sector

Tony Bryant

A group of Polish tour operators visited Malaga last week with the aim of uilding new tourism links between the Costa del Sol and Poland. The young travel agents represented Rainbow Tours, a company that specialises in promoting holidays in Andalucía

13:31

Local

The verdiales take Malaga back to its roots

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Twenty-six bands took part in the traditional Fiesta Mayor competition last Sunday to find out who played the best verdiales (rural Malaga folk music) in Montes, Almogía and Comares styles. The tradition of verdiales goes back centuries and every

16:13

Travel

It's not all about the slopes

ASH BOLTON

Many a seasoned skier or snowboarder will often tell you that the Sierra Nevada is the best ski resort in Spain. And why is that you ask? IN DETAIL La Muralla. Calle Virgen de las Nieves, 677 41 33 31, www.lamurallasierranevada.com El Lodge. Cal

16:53

LifeStyle

Malaga joins Rincón in celebrating the famous boquerón

SUR

Between 22 and 23 September, a group of restaurants in Malaga city will be honouring the coast's most famous fish, the fresh anchovy (boquerón) to coincide with the annual Fiesta del Boquerón Victoriano in Rincón de la Victoria. The group, created

10:35

LifeStyle

Lions support group takes to the streets for World Diabetes Day

Rachel Haynes

The Mijas La Cala Lions have been out and about this week to help the club's Diabetic Support Group spread the word about the illness. Over several days this week the group is offering free glucose testing to members of the public, starting in La Cal