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13:35

Sport

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Daryl Finch

It was a game that no one was looking forward to. With nothing to play for, and with the home crowd at La Rosaleda baying for blood, Malaga put in a performance that matched the atmosphere as they lost 3-0 to Deportivo Alavés in the Sunday lunchtime

20:32

LifeStyle

Hispanic Day, a celebration of what?

Tony Bryant

...in regional capitals. There are those, though, who see Columbus as nothing more than a remorseless tyrant and they feel that it is an insult to celebrate on 12 October; they believe that Spain should not be marking 'genocide' with a military parade ... Spain, has banned the celebration, saying the holiday celebrated the genocide of the Americas. They also claim it has Francoist connotations. Critics of Hispanic Day have argued that the holiday should be banned across Spain on the grounds that former ... in style, as it was from Palos de la Frontera in Huelva that Columbus set sail on his first voyage to the new world. The recent problems following the illegal referendum in Catalonia will mar this year's events in Barcelona, if indeed, they happen

16:06

Travel

A Joshua Tree road trip

Andrew Forbes

...photographed back in the 80s died in 2000). They are said to have been named Joshua trees by early US settlers, since the plants reminded them of the Old Testament prophet raising his hands in prayer. The trees are in fact yuccas, but grow tall with thick, ... ironically contributed to Palm Spring’s renaissance over recent years as a retro-chic resort for a new generation. Many of the classic mid-century modern villas, motels and hotels weren’t torn down by developers - they were just left. Now many are restored ... fried and coffee warming in the pot (the waitresses were as sassy and friendly as in they are in the movies and yes, they do keep coming over to top up your mug with filter coffee). At the park entrance, confident with my abundant water and supplies, I

10:34

LifeStyle

Alzheimer's sufferers and their families get royal support

Ángel Escalera

Cheles Cantabrana, the president of CEAFA, called for patients not to be marginalised or stigmatised and said that, when they are in the early stages of this illness, they should be given the chance to make their own decisions about the future. “We need

10:36

LifeStyle

About 100 people learn how to deal with and combat constant pain

IVÁN GELIBTER

...mean that the patients can take the initiative with regard to what is happening to them, and they give them more resources to use when trying to combat the pain,” say the organisers. Different associations in the Marbella area, including the Spanish ... in the area, inviting them to take part. It was an opportunity for them not only to help others, but also to set up new contacts and links for developing future strategies and actions. During the day they set up stands from which different information

10:54

LifeStyle

A campaign to prevent strokes by detecting cradiac arrhythmias

Ángel Escalera

...campaign with two doctors from the cardiology unit, Inmaculada Navarrete and Antonio Aurelio Rojas, giving free tests to people who wanted to check if they suffer with an irregular heartbeat. APAM’s president María Victoria Martín expressed how important

10:55

LifeStyle

Choosing a sensible alternative

PETER HARRISON

Too early to start thinking about Christmas? Not really! It seems to come around faster as each year goes by and already Christmas commercials are appearing on television. Children are asked what they would like as a present and the popular ... idea. Make a child happy by making him or her an arctophile, a lover and collector of teddy bears. My wife and I have thirty-five of them occupying the lid of a chest in our bedroom. We acquire a new one every year. They cost nothing to keep, require ... little attention and if the child tires of them they can be pensioned off to a cupboard. Children of all ages love teddies and many adults do too. Big game hunter, Theodore Roosevelt, known as Teddy, really started something when early in the last

11:02

LifeStyle

Coaching the rich and famous in Mijas

Tony Bryant Jenny Hoad, Tennis player and coach

...celebrities who decided to settle here in the late 1960s. Lew Hoad and his wife Jenny first arrived in Malaga in 1967. The couple came in search of a property that they could convert into a tennis club where Lew could coach following his retirement from his ... 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

11:05

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A surprise visit by Princess Diana

TONY BRYANTTONY BRYANT

...had arrived with two friends, but the manager advised them that the security would not be sufficient and recommended they go to the Hotel Byblos. By the time she reached the hotel word had spread and the area was swamped with paparazzi. Jenny wrote