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20:19

What to do

Cudeca turns its Walkathon into Walkahome

Tony Bryant

The Cudeca Foundation is following suit with other charities and support groups by endeavouring to continue its fundraising events online. The cancer charity was due to host the annual Walkathon later this month, but due to the restrictions enforc

15:34

What to do

U3A turns to social media during coronavirus lockdown

Tony Bryant

The U3A Costa del Sol Fuengirola is the latest association to turn to social media in order to continue offering a service to its members during the current state of alarm. The association is run by group leaders who usually offer their knowledge and

01:15

Sport

Sergio Pellicer: "Both sides took it in turns to control the game"

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...adversity," he said, in reference to going a goal down. He acknowledged that both teams could easily have won the game. "It was a game with chances at both ends. If you analyse it bit by bit, you can see that both sides took turns controlling the game," he

20:27

Travel

Havana turns 500

Andrew Forbes

Powder blue, bright pink, vivid green; these were just some of the exaggerated, vibrant, 'candy colours' of the vintage cars lined up outside my Havana hotel. They conveyed an optimistic, although somewhat ‘theme-park’, tone to this crumbling Caribbe

14:48

Local

Princess Diana’s niece chosen to be face of Puerto Banús

HÉCTOR BARBOTTA

Puerto Banús has kicked off its 50th birthday celebrations and is keen to get its message across to a younger and more international audience. To achieve this goal, bosses have chosen British model Kitty Spencer as ambassador for the anniversary ye

11:08

Opinion

Share prizes fail

Peter Edgerton

Heroes or whatever they were called. Losing builds character. Sharing prizes, by contrast, turns you into a big blancmange. For that reason, when the inevitable Pulitzer prize for journalism eventually wends its way to my door, I'll refuse to share it

12:02

LifeStyle

La Cala Resort turns 30

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

La Cala Resort, Spain's largest golf complex and benchmark for golfing enthusiasts, celebrated its 30th birthday on Saturday. Festivities included a tournament and dinner in which golf professionals and authorities alike shared anecdotes of the res

16:52

Local

Key evidence in missing 'painter boy' inquiry turns up in owner's mailbox

JUAN CANO / ALVARO FRÍAS

One of the Costa del Sol's longest-running missing person's cases took an unexpected twist this week. David Guerrero, from the Huelin area of Malaga city, was thirteen when he disappeared on 6 April 1987. David was a gifted young painter and the

13:11

Opinion

Do the light thing

Peter Edgerton

...a blessing (in certain circumstances they still can be) but in most cases they’re a curse.Next year, I propose the ayuntamiento in Malaga promotes the Big Switch On Switch Off whereby just as the Christmas lights come on, everyone present turns off

17:45

LifeStyle

Malaga congress centre turns into an open cosmetic clinic

ÁNGEL ESCALERA

Some 100 people underwent cosmetic procedures of different kinds as the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos in Malaga turned into a open medical centre in February. The three-day congress for the Spanish Society of Aesthetic Medicine (SEME) saw a number