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11:44

Local

Tourism promotion innovations go from big data to art and culture

P. M. / P. L. G.

The annual World Travel Market is an event where trends are set in terms of the tourism industry. This year the Costa del Sol hopes to improve the focus of its tourism promotion thanks to a more precise tourist profile provided by big data, through ... experience thanks to its two stars: Picasso and Banderas. The actor has recently been in the limelight thanks to the international success of the film Pain and Glory directed by Pedro Almodóvar. This attention has served as the perfect prelude to the

14:55

LifeStyle

Success thanks to a TV presenter's wife

Marina Llorca's following shot up when she decided to reproduce a controversial photo of Laura Escanes, the wife of Spanish TV presenter Risto Mejide. It was mid-September 2018, when Marina's project had only been going for a month. Escanes had poste

17:55

LifeStyle

Better results can now be achieved thanks to the FUE technique

The initials FUE stand for Follicular Unit Extraction and this refers to the most advanced technique used at the moment for hair transplants. The principal feature of this technique is that the follicular units are extracted one by one from the ba

15:00

Education

Foreign residents join the class

Tony Bryant

Mijas Foreign Residents Department is appealing for volunteers to help extend its popular English language conversation classes to more schools in the Mijas area. The initiative, which is called I Speak English, was started 15 years ago with the a

10:21

LifeStyle

Pablo Picasso: the baby everyone thought was dead

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...and left him on a table, but his uncle, a doctor who smoked cigars, revived him with a puff of air (although it was full of smoke) into his lungs. "The doctor saved his life thanks to the smoke from his cigar," says the website of the municipal

15:25

Opinion

Poison chalice

ANDREW J. LINN

...any animal welfare activist scream. So it is hardly surprising that last week it was acknowledged that nearly all the wines made in the US have dangerously high levels of glyphosate, thanks to Roundup, a pesticide made by Monsanto. The highest