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12:38

LifeStyle

ARCH welcomes children and educates them on caring for horses

SUR IN ENGLISH

Alhaurín el Grande. Around 40 children, aged between seven and nine years old, visited ARCH, the Andalusian Rescue Centre for Horses and Donkeys recently. The visit was arranged by Alhaurín town hall as part of a summer camp initiative. The childre

12:41

LifeStyle

El Camino cycle in fight against cancer

EUGENIO CABEZAS

Bernardo Cortés and Francisco Bueno are united by something more than a great friendship. The pair's passion for sport, and for some time now, their first-hand experience with cancer. In Bernardo's case, he has successfully beaten a tumour in his col

13:44

Local

"There are clear figures about climate change; we should put them up at bus stops"

MATÍAS STUBER

...really jellyfish. It isn't true that the numbers of jellyfish are increasing, locally or globally. What happens is that we are more exposed to them these days. There are more people on the beaches, and a lot of mobile phones to film them. -There is no ... put together. The health of the oceans is better than we used to think. We have problems but we know how to solve them if there is enough willingness to do so. I insist, there will never be more plastic than fishes in the oceans. People shouldn't try

14:12

Sport

Do your due diligence

Rob Palmer

Any multi-million business deal is dependent on a due diligence investigation, so I wonder just what on earth Real Madrid and Barcelona are playing at? Neymar is loving being the centre of attention as the two Spanish giants play tug-of-war over th

12:32

Opinion

Traditions or torment?

Debbie Bartlett

Ferias are a bit like Marmite - you either love them or hate them, and in my case I have gone from one extreme to another. In my younger days I'd have been there, dancing the night away and sipping sherry as if there were a lagoon of it that had to ... you're a foreigner," say other foreigners who don't know or don't care that I have been in Spain for 31 years, 15 of them in this village, and have applied for Spanish nationality. They also ignore the fact that many Spanish residents are also up in arms

13:12

LifeStyle

Salt, the magic mineral of the kitchen

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...which needs water, and with the advantage that the abundance of salt prevents the development of bacteria and microorganisms. Salt also degrades the fibres responsible for muscle tone in meat, transforming them into gel on contact. That is why the ... previous soaking of meats such as chicken or pork in marinades or brines is a way to make them more tender. The immersion or injection of brine is a fundamental process in the preparation of cooked ham or bacon. In pickling and fermenting vegetables and ... of time, add salt from the beginning in vegetable cooking, where it will help to preserve firmness and colour, and in the cooking water of legumes (try adding salt when soaking them, it does not harden them and makes them tastier). The water to cook

12:36

LifeStyle

Art show in Marbella aims to raise awareness of excessive plastic use

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Hundreds of plastic bottles inundate the ground. Beside them are fish of all sizes and colours. Although it could be the bottom of the sea, this is not the case. It is La Mar de Plásticos (the sea of plastics), an installation on the patio of the ... They all have a message," he said. Among them, a big turtle, made from paper and plastic. Its shell comes with a surprise: open it, and inside there is the message 'Stop plastic'. "It is the figure that took the most time, but I couldn't have done the ... exhibition without it." Also not lacking is a tuna fish, created from a plastic container, appearing to be in motion. Although they all have a story behind them, the artist's favourite is the Morse fish, which has the famous code in its pigmentation, in

11:49

Local

New UK Ambassador to Spain gets behind his office desk in Madrid

CHARLOTTE WAY

Hugh Elliott made his first address as British Ambassador to Spain and Andorra on Wednesday, having succeeded Simon Manley this month. Markedly topical, Brexit was a repeated theme throughout the speech over social media; Elliott acknowledged the