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Sport

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It was again a case of what could have been at La Rosaleda on Saturday night as Malaga threw away their lead against title-chasing Valencia. Maxime Lestienne made his debut on the right-hand side and provided an element that the side has been ... missing for much of the season: pace. He linked well with Brown Ideye in the early phases - another player who has started to deliver on what he was brought in to do. The Nigerian held up the ball well and provided a threat from set pieces. Whether Recio

18:49

Travel

The Ouirgane valley - the unspoilt base for High Atlas holidaying

Andrew Forbes

...land some years ago and knew that it would make a special place to stay. They broke ground over 6 years ago, starting with the construction of what is now a collection of contemporary, luxury villa residences which are available for private investment

10:04

What to do

Music for charity

Tony Bryant

EVENT DETAILS When. 29 January Where. Goya Theatre, Puerto Banús Tickets. Tel 63928753 Information. stevepkm@gmail.com A solidarity concert is to be staged at The Goya Theatre in Puerto Banús on 29 January 2017 with all proceeds going toward

10:04

Travel

Mallorca

ANDREW FORBES

...eateries on the island. 'Fosh Lab' is positioned as his test kitchen, an intimate space where as a diner you can can feel part of the creative process; while 'Fosh Kitchen', in Palma's old town, offers what is said to be a "sustainable restaurant with raw

10:04

LifeStyle

What George left behind on the Costa del Sol

REGINA SOTORRÍO MALAGA

George Michael only performed once in Malaga but he certainly left his mark on the city. A poor turnout of 12,000 people went to his concert in La Rosaleda stadium, and the event turned out to be a major financial disaster for the city hall, with los

10:04

Travel

Settling a dispute

The first reader to write in and tell us in what country this event takes place, the name of the mountain and the festival will receive a prize. Send your answers by email to english@diariosur.es and put 'Where in the world?' in the subject line.

10:04

LifeStyle

Farewell to a legendary generation

TONY BRYANT music

...to make his illness public, his fans were shocked by his sudden demise, but music lovers had no idea what was yet to come. Over the next twelve months, some of the most influential people in the history of modern music would be nothing more than

10:04

Local

Baby is delivered in mum's car outside her home in Marbella

MÓNICA PÉREZ

Manrique, that she felt unwell. They decided to take her to hospital. "We hadn't even got out of the door when his head started to show," explained the mother from the calm of Hospital Costa del Sol. "We didn't know what to do and I couldn't stop shouting.

10:04

Opinion

A new year of uncertainty

RACHEL HAYNES

...the ground moving beneath our feet reminded us that nothing is as solid as we thought. The floods earlier this month showed us that a life's possessions can be washed away in seconds. And what has made us feel even more shaky is the apparently ... whose performances made us laugh and cry. Nothing lasts forever, we know, but so many upsets in one year push us into 2017 with the feeling that we've reached an inflection point. What next?

13:52

Gibraltar

Brexit features strongly in New Year Message

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...on to say that Brexit would dominate the political agenda for the next twelve months. "It is clear to us from the comprehensive study that we conducted over the summer months exactly what the impact of Brexit will be and exactly what needs to be done.

13:57

Sport

A taxing inheritance

Rob Palmer

What a good idea to have a mid-season rest; we all come back refreshed, replenished and ready for the second half of the season. Well, almost all of us! Valencia and Malaga used the break to make a break and others may soon follow. Valencia ... Costa del Sol where he was born after spells at the Real Madrid academy and Brighton. There couldn't be a greater contrast between Malaga and Valencia and what their new coaches have walked into.

13:57

What to do

Tribute to Andrés Segovia

Jennie Rhodes

INFORMATION When. From 17 to 21 January. Where. Civic Centre, La Herradura. Further information. www.certamenandressegovia.com The 32nd international guitar competition held every year in La Herradura will this year be marking the thirtieth a

13:57

What to do

At the cutting-edge of art

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From pure cubism to the 90s, from Georges Braque to Kate Moss and from René Magritte to Marilyn Monroe, the Malaga artist Diego Santos examines these artistic trends through a series of twenty-seven creations. DETAILS When. Until 20 January. Whe

13:57

What to do

The Andalusian landscapes of Eugenio Chicano

Antonio Javier López

The exhibition by Malaga artist Eugenio Chicano consists of 32 canvases created over the last five years. INFORMATION When. Until 5 February, Tues -Sun 10am-2pm and 5pm-8pm. Where. Salas La Coracha in the Museo del Patrimonio Municipal, Paseo de

13:57

What to do

Japanese art at the Carmen Thyssen

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The Museo Carmen Thyssen in Malaga is holding an exhibition of Japanese art from 30 January until 23 April. The exhibition consists of paintings and Japanese objets d'art from the collection of José Palacio which is currently held by the Museo de Bel

13:59

LifeStyle

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

TONY BRYANT FUENGIROLA

...much money as possible in sponsorship and donations for the charity. Sally, who has lived in Fuengirola for 17 years, has two children and three grandchildren, and they all support what she is doing. "I have always been a little bit of a tomboy, so

13:59

LifeStyle

Tight security

PETER HARRISON

...that sixth sense, but no one has pinpointed it. No one knows what goes on in a dog's head. Dogs have a sense of danger which we do not have." I have had personal experience of this sense of danger. When my car broke down in Egypt, I was near a