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19:22

Sport

Gaelic football finds a home in Malaga

FERNANDO MORGADO

The start of the first Gaelic football club in Malaga city was a personal dream of Liam Riordan, who like any other good Irishman born in Cork is passionate about this sport. Together with his friend Andy Stronge, Liam founded Celta Malaga in 2016; ... it isthe only team to practise this sport in the city and the fourth to be formed in Andalucía after Eire Og Sevilla, the Gibraltar Gaels and the Marbella club Costa Gaels. GAELIC FOOTBALL The rules. Played on football or seven-a-side pitches. Hands ... expanded this sport, which is very popular in Ireland even though all the teams are amateurs. In fact, the main venue for Gaelic football competitions is Croke Park in Dublin, the third-largest stadium in Europe after Camp Nou and Wembley. Celta Malaga's

19:07

Sport

What's on the menu?

Rob Palmer OPINION

It's normal at this time of the year for Florentino Pérez to move his glasses to the end of his nose and order the finest delicacies from the menu. Whatever is in World Cup vogue is his desire. This year, it is a little trickier to fill his plate, ... would be the bargain of the summer. There's plenty of speculation that his Chelsea and Belgium team mate Eden Hazard may also follow. This may not be such a bargain and not such a sensible strategy. Hazard is undoubtedly a class act but so was James ... Barcelona but did show why the club invested in him when starring for Colombia at the World Cup. His availability will undoubtedly attract interest from many clubs. This may not be the same for the other surplus players. André Gomes needs to be released

19:55

What to do

Daniel Casares to star at the Summer in the Caves festival in Coín

Tony Bryant

...and communication with the public. The summer festival will incorporate Coín's long-standing flamenco festival - dedicated to one of the town's most celebrated flamenco singers, Pepe de la Isla - on Friday 27 July. This promises to be a night of ... pure flamenco, with artists such as Rancapino Hijo (son of Rancapino, one of the last remaining old-school singers), and Luis Muñoz, a gypsy singer born in Montpellier, France, who now lives in Malaga. This festival has been running for over 35 years

12:03

Local

Extra police officers drafted in to the Costa del Sol this summer

ÁLVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

Earlier this week the government's representative for Malaga province, María Gámez, announced the details of this year's special plan to keep tourists safe, which begins today. It includes the temporary assignment of an extra 190 National Police ... officers to Malaga, which she said is deemed sufficient to deal with the avalanche of tourists who are expected this summer. Also at the presentation were the provincial police chief, Francisco López Canedo; the head of the Consular corps in Malaga, ... given to major events, where there will be a higher police presence than usual. Both Gámez and López Canedo stressed that this is purely a precautionary measure and there is no cause for alarm: tourists can feel confident about their safety in Malaga

19:48

LifeStyle

Adiós to the woman behind the Superman suit

DANIEL ROLDÁN

...paella lunch and a conversation with the only member of the Spanish team who spoke English led the young woman to stay in this country, where she was to continue with her career in the film industry for the next five decades. Her work won her an Oscar ... especially during the long waits between filming. She used to smile every time she told this story, with fond memories of the time when film had more glamour; it was this world she fell in love with when she was 14 years old and her mother took her to see ... Funny Face. She was captivated by Audrey Hepburn dressed by Givency and knew she wanted to be a designer and form part of the fascinating world of cinema. "I have always dedicated myself, body and soul, to this; I've never done anything else," she

19:52

Local

Malaga city council worried by surge in "wild" stag and hen parties

SUR

...improve co-existence were being enforced to the letter. This, according to a reporter from one of SUR's sister papers Ideal, Javier Barrera, had succeeding in dissuading the use of rude costumes and reducing antisocial behaviour. Some bars in the city had

14:58

Opinion

Tourism rules

Rachel Haynes

...given a rest, but I wonder how many people reading this now would be doing so if the Costa del Sol were not such an attractive place to spend time in. For that matter, if people from other countries didn't like visiting, and living, in this area, then ... these pages and these words would certainly not exist. We owe the industry a lot and the least we can do is keep up-to-date. So what's new this week? Recent figures show that the increase in the numbers of British tourists on the Costa del Sol is ... slowing down and the latest rise in passengers using Malaga airport is not as steep as in previous years. While we're analysing that, we also read that there is a certain type of holidaymaker that this area really doesn't want to attract anyway. They've

14:53

Opinion

A taxing job ahead

Mark Nayler

...popular approval after ousting Mariano Rajoy last month - also vowed to crack down on wealthy individuals and companies who try to reduce their tax bills. This is vintage leftist economic policy. Shortly before he took the top political job in Spain, ... businesses. Displaying a flair for soundbites that's fuelling his new-found popularity, Sánchez announced this week that there can be "no social justice without tax justice". He wants to make companies pay a corporate tax rate of at least 15% (corporate tax in ... support the most vulnerable, or reduce it and thereby encourage the vulnerable to stand on their own two feet again? But perhaps all of this is a moot point anyway. The PSOE's minority status in congress - it has just 84 of the 350 seats - constitutes a

19:25

Sport

The jábegas, stars of an increasingly popular local sport

CARLOS J. MARTÍNEZ

It's very windy on Pedregalejo beach. The sea is quite choppy; it doesn't look inviting on this Sunday morning, a day when many local people come here to relax after a busy week. Despite this, quite a large number of people seem very keen to start ... competing in this type of boat began in the 19th century and was started by fishermen. Nowadays, even though most of the teams have difficulty obtaining funding, it is becoming even more popular: eight clubs and over 400 oarsmen and women take part in 14 ... enthusiasm for jábegas is shared by people of all ages, from the oldest in the senior category down to the youngsters who compete in the youth teams. This bodes well for the future of the jábegas, in a society which sometimes seems to be moving steadfastly