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13:51

Local

Torremolinos enters the new year with optimism

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

Taking stock of 2016, the Mayor of Torremolinos, José Ortiz, declared that it had been an important year for Torremolinos, and he believes that the coming year will be one of great development for the town. In his end of year address, the mayor ack

13:59

LifeStyle

Grandmother to skydive from 15,000 feet to raise money for Age Concern

TONY BRYANT FUENGIROLA

Age Concern in Fuengirola and Mijas are starting their 2017 fundraising campaign with a rather unusual project later this month. ·For more information: email fym@ageconcern.org or call 652 537 615 Following a festive season of charity dinners, fu

10:12

LifeStyle

The essence of old Andalucía

Mark Nayler reading into spain

This series ends as it began, with the great poet and Hispanophile Laurie Lee. ‘A Rose for Winter’ is a love letter to Spain’s most iconic region, written when Lee returned with his wife Kati, after a fifteen-year absence, for a three-month tour of “

10:32

LifeStyle

Art begins in the scrapyard

REGINA SOTORRÍO MALAGA

Where some see an old toaster, others see the perfect material for modelling. What for one person is the handlebar of an old motorcycle, for another is the tentacle of an octopus . Scrap for some, but a potential work of art for British couple James

14:26

LifeStyle

A guide to new fitness

RUBÉN CAÑIZARES Health

The ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine), the holy grail of fitness, says 2017 is a year in which people are looking for simplicity. The reason it gives is also simple, and it makes sense. Simplicity in the choreography of group classes makes a

13:11

LifeStyle

The Joe Wicks method

RUBÉN CAÑIZARES Fitness

...energy demands and how to combine foods and intensive exercise. "It is a way of life which is going to transform your body and your way of eating forever. It is not like going on a diet," he explains. The book contains 100 recipess in two main

11:13

Sport

From couch potato to marathon junkie

RACHEL ARMSTRONG sotogrande

Simon Jacobs, who was due to run his third marathon in the space of a year, refused to take 'no' for an answer as extreme rain and flooding forced organisers to call the Malaga Marathon off in December. Having raised 1,500 pounds for the cancer chari

10:49

Local

Top architect to design new look for Torremolinos

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

The town hall in Torremolinos has announced that renowned architect, Salvador Moreno Peralta, will coordinate the pedestrianisation of the Plaza Costa del Sol. The planning department of the town hall disclosed the plans for the new look during la

16:51

Local

Real estate firm proposes 300-million-euro project to revamp Tivoli

Alberto Gómez Benalmádena

...has learned that Tremón is prepared to go ahead with this new project, with an investment of 300 million euros, as soon as the court dispute is over. The project, which would transform Arroyo de la Miel, has been welcomed by Benalmádena town hall.

13:02

LifeStyle

Palm oil? There's no need to panic just yet

LINDA ONTIVEROS

...have more effect than fats. When we consume a lot of sugar our livers transform it into fat and part of that is palmitic acid because it forms part of all the cellular membranes." So the experts discount some claims and accept others, but it has been

11:32

Local

Breaking new ground in decoration

Tony Bryant BENALMÁDENA

Two entrepreneurs from Romania have shown that starting a new business in a foreign country does not have to be as daunting or as stressful as it seems. Andreea Curca and her sister, Luisa Hüttinger, have recently turned their business idea into a

13:45

LifeStyle

A bird sanctuary for endangered species

MAría Dolores Tortosa seville

La Cañada de los Pájaros was the first nature reserve to be classified as such in Spain, and this year it is celebrating its 30th anniversary. One needs a real sense of vocation, like that of married couple Plácido Rodríguez Parada and Maribel Adrián

10:19

Local

What is the new economy?

I. LILLO

An amalgamation of several movements come together under the ‘new economy’ umbrella, with a common desire to transform the model of globalisation and find more collaborative strategies in business as well as government. Several theorists differ

11:52

Gibraltar

Gibraltar’s sports facilities to be completely transformed

DEBBIE BARTLETT GIBRALTAR

...used as long as the GFA acquired it outright. The money from the sale will be used to completely transform Gibraltar’s sports facilities, but the GFA will continue to allow the stadium to be used for some community events and by schools as long as

18:15

LifeStyle

"I am no longer self-sufficient"

PILAR MANZANARES health

He was born in El Cañavate, a village in Cuenca, in 1948 and became one of the most powerful men in Spanish banking: he held various posts including president of Banco Exterior de España, and he was a director of Banco Santander until he retired in 2

11:05

Local

150 million euros invested in the renovation of hotels in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

The hotel sector of Torremolinos has invested more than 150 million euros in reforms and improvements to several of its key hotels. During an informative meeting attended by hotel directors, tourism professionals and travel agents, José Ortiz, mayo

11:04

Local

Work begins to restore life to a run-down area of Torremolinos

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

Torremolinos town hall has begun working on the much-needed regeneration of the Avenida Carlota Alessandri. Once a thriving commercial area, complete with shops, bars and restaurants, the road that connects Torremolinos to Benalmádena has deteriora

11:54

LifeStyle

2 June 2014: A turning point in Spanish history: the King abdicates

Rachel Haynes what happened today?

On the morning of 2 June 2014 newsrooms around the country were buzzing with anticipation. La Moncloa palace, the official residence of the Spanish prime minister, had called an unexpected and urgent press conference. There would be an announcement,

14:05

LifeStyle

More time outdoors can prevent myopia in children

PILAR MANZANARES

...that the eyes have difficulty in working together, those people cannot transform the image they receive in each eye into a tridimensional one. Or they do, but it takes a lot of effort, and they often get a headache or even feel sick when they watch 3D

13:26

Local

Plans for an archaeological park

CHARO MÁRQUEZ. manilva

Manilva council plans to attract more cultural tourism to the municipality by turning La Duquesa castle into one of the most important archaeological parks on the Costa del Sol. The site includes a necropolis, a villa, baths and a fish salting fact

13:46

What to do

Music, dance and charity

Denise Bush what to do

Malaga The Wall Bar Malaga. Hotel Vincci Posada del Patio, 11pm, entry free. 23 June. Susan Valery and Adrian Lombardi. Jazz and vocals. 24 June. Eva Jimenez and Joan Masana. 30 June. Son de Oro. Modern neo jazz pop with vocals from Estíba

16:29

LifeStyle

Camarón, the gypsy god of flamenco

Tony Bryant

In the early hours of the morning of Thursday 2 July 1992, one of the most venerated gypsy singers in the evolution of flamenco uttered his last words: “Mother of god, what is wrong with me?” The news of his death vibrated around Spain and gripped

19:05

Sport

The world of padel comes to Mijas

Ivan Gelibter

For the next few days, Mijas will be the centre of the padel world as the town hosts the Cerveza Victoria Mijas-Costa del Sol Open, part of the World Padel Tour. Until Sunday, some of the biggest names in the sport will be facing off in the special

17:34

LifeStyle

Different, but not so gloomy

Mark Naylor

The monument for Laurie Lee on the sea front in Almuñécar is easy to miss. A whitewashed pillar about six feet high, it squats under a palm tree at the end of a line of trendy beach bars. It looks like the chimney of an old Andalusian house - or, as

19:31

What to do

Flamenco festivals

Tony Bryant

During spring and early summer, the southernmost part of Andalucía transforms into a kaleidoscope of colour and illumination. Dozens of local and national fiestas and celebrations take place all over the province, including ferias, music festivals an

11:22

Local

Major new Costa park opens at last, even though it's unfinished

agustín peláez

...district next door. “It’s nice, but Ithought that the council was going to transform it more, do more things,”she said, somewhat disappointedly. The current car park, and only way in, is reached off the same roundabout next to the entrance road to IKEA,

10:13

What to do

A festical to drive you 'Lorca'

Jennie Rhodes

...a catalyst for sustainable tourism in a little known part of the Alpujarra mountains. “The first stage was to restore an ancient, tumbledown corn-threshing circle in the village of Laroles and transform it into an amphitheatre,” explains Anna.

15:54

Travel

Santa Barbara, the heart of the American Riviera

Andrew Forbes

California has always been synonymous with the notion of the American Dream, and it consistently makes for a compelling holiday destination. The glitz, glamour and urban energy of Los Angeles in the south; together with the renowned openness of San F

15:30

What to do

Jawlensky fills the Russian Museum with colour

regina sotorrío

He was a friend of Kandinsky and a member of Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider), an artistic movement that transformed German expressionism. They once shared exhibitions and artistic interests and are now doing it again in Malaga. Alexéi Jawlensky wil

14:38

Local

Outgoing mayor, José Bernal says farewell but promises to return

Mónica Pérez

The outgoing mayor of Marbella José Bernal was praised for the dignified way in which he passed the "baton" over to Ángeles Muñoz, a process for which he said he had "the utmost respect". In an open letter to the people of Marbella he said that he

20:20

Travel

Mellow Marbella

Andrew Forbes

...group. In my mind, it’s good to see international, world-class hotel brands investing on the Costa del Sol. At the Westin La Quinta Golf Resort and Spa one sees how that global perspective can transform a resort from having a provincial, slightly

15:14

Local

Charity retail, the good cause moneymaker

Tony Bryant

The image of the mothball-scented charity shop has changed greatly over the years and what were once considered as shops that sold out-of-date clothes, tacky ornaments and scratched records have transformed into big moneymaking enterprises. Over t

16:06

Sport

A balancing act

Rob Palmer a look at laliga

Right now there's one team that's pound for pound ahead of the rest in La Liga; and it's the British pound that has been significant in the reconstruction of the team. In fact it was probably the Scottish pound that was responsible for instigating

14:40

Sport

Simeone - time to turn to a new generation

Rob Palmer a look at la liga

A very limited Christmas card list was the key to Sir Alex Ferguson's long-lasting success at Manchester United; now La Liga's longest serving manager must follow his master plan if he is replicate his success. The legendary Scot is close to the he