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12:52

LifeStyle

What do bananas and beetroot have that other foods don't?

...tomatoes, avocado, soya, chickpeas, cocoa, mushrooms and watercress. We already know what bananas have that other foods don't, but what about beetroot? In its case, the 'virtue' is that it provides nitric acid, which relaxes and dilates the blood vessels,

12:12

Local

An application to see instantly what plants are available

The provincial government's Environment department is preparing a mobile app so mayors and councillors can see instantly which species of plant are available. "We are in the process of setting up an online catalogue so that every municipality or asso

19:05

What to do

A taste of German tradition: the Oktoberfest is back in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

. The sixth edition of the Oktoberfest, the traditional Bavarian beer festival, kicked off in Torremolinos this week with a series of live music, typical German gastronomy and plenty of cold beer. Due to the current work on the new train station i

18:29

What to do

The place that Esperanza Gómez-Carrera calls home

Cristina Pinto

People are said to return to places where they were happy and, although Esperanza Gómez-Carrera has been living in London for many years, whenever she comes back to Malaga she is overjoyed to be home, close to her roots. She hasn't exhibited here sin

17:57

Opinion

Watts not to like

PETER EDGERTON WWW.E-PETER.COM

...hate leaving home. I love what I do, but I'd love to go home every night.' The juxtaposition to Jagger's ego is astonishing but perhaps what kept the whole thing together. If you want a quintessential example of what made Charlie Watts an

19:27

LifeStyle

30 July 1789: Malaspina expedition sets sail from Cadiz

LAURENCE CRUMBIE

It was one of the most ambitious Enlightenment voyages yet remains one of the least known. On 30 July 1789, Tuscan explorer and Spanish naval officer Alessandro Malaspina set sail from Cadiz with an elite crew of astronomers, surveyors, cartographers

13:30

Sport

23 July 1980: Spain wins first Olympic medal for swimming

Debbie Bartlett

On 23 July 1980, David López-Zubero became the first Spanish swimmer to win an Olympic medal. He came third in the 100 metres butterfly with a time of 55 .13 seconds, earning him a bronze at the Games in Moscow. The gold medal for this event was won

19:23

Local

Estepona animal shelter suffers serious damage in Sierra Bermeja fire

ASh MAer

...over 100 dogs last Sunday after the fire came within metres of the building. The fire burned all the surrounding storage buildings and water pipes, leaving the shelter uninhabitable. Now staff and volunteers are busy cleaning up what’s left of the ... shelter and assessing what has been destroyed and what needs replacing. An image taken from CCTV footage from Adana shows how close the fire was.SUR Susie Brown, Adana President, told SUR in English: “We are desperate for donations. Our whole world