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17:17

LifeStyle

Forbes ranks Dani García as one of the hundred most creative business people in Spain

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

...something he had been dreaming of for a long time. His mind is continually on the boil; it's what keeps him on the move. More and more ideas for Doha, Miami, New York, London, Paris and Madrid. Not to mention the recent launch of his own home delivery ... line or the recent opening of Leña, his new steak house, on the site where he once ran the three-starred restaurant in the Puente Romano hotel in Marbella. All of this, what he has already achieved, what is currently in progress and what is yet to

17:24

LifeStyle

Four things to consider before taking up a new sport

Henry FLYNN

Health Sciences and Physiotherapy. He believes in four cornerstones for success for those keen to boost their heart rates and their lives. The first is to inform your family and those closest to you of your new endeavour and what you hope to gain from ... Finally, and especially during this health crisis, Cuesta-Vargas says it's important "especially for individuals without a health worker in the family or close social circle" to understand the latest regulations regarding what types of exercise are possible

15:31

Local

The nightmare of dealing with red tape in a pandemic

NURIA TRIGUERO

...themselves doing thankless extra work for which they are not paid. They are the first people members of the public see, the ones who have to stop people going in if they don't have an appointment, put up with their bad temper, tell them what steps to take if ... specialists), Juan Fernández, told SUR: "We suddenly wanted to have a completely digital society without taking into the account what this means in reality for most citizens, many companies and the Administration itself." The overworked administrative system

19:49

Sport

Malaga's new-look squad almost complete as three new players arrive

antonio góngora

...turned 18, before earning a move to Sevilla with whom he won the Europa League. Jairo joins after both Pablo Chavarría and Juan Soriano completed moves on Monday on year-long deals, filling spots in what have been two problem positions for the Blue and

18:02

Local

Fuengirola reveals initial plans for a new 91-million-euro marina

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...presenting it to the Junta de Andalucía. Other authorities' decisions The mayor said the council has already applied for an appointment with the regional government to show the document before starting what she described as “the most complicated phase,

23:45

What to do

Art and design under one roof in Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

Two fairs in one. The organisers of Marbella Design and Art Marbella, both annual events in the town, decided to merge both into one space this year. The double display opened in the town’s Adolfo Suárez congress centre on Thursday last week. Marbell

13:07

Sport

Out with the old...

Rob Palmer

Palmer his Manchester City debut on a wet Wednesday at Burnley but clearly stoked up his desire to carve careers and create players rather than sign finished articles. It's what he did back in the day at Barcelona, and what his old club have reverted back

13:51

Opinion

Barely credible

Mark Nayler

...sheet? Who or what obscured the difference between fake profit and real loss, and how were so many people convinced into giving their savings to a bank in such dire straits? Rato has always maintained that Bankia's supervisors, most importantly the

13:53

Opinion

I got you over my skin

Peter Edgerton

...your photo in her purse years after you last saw each other, so what psychological damage this must being doing to the ageing white rapper is anyone's guess. I've never understood the concept of tattoos. Well, for a sailor in Thailand in 1963, I ... won't be long before I snuff it, I'll get a tattoo just to see what all the fuss is about and if I like it, I might get twenty-nine of one my favourite musicians just to be able to get in the Guinness book of records. Probably Paul Simon or Bruce

13:57

LifeStyle

2 October 1928: Opus Dei founded by "saint of ordinary life"

Tony Bryant

Opus Dei, one of the most controversial institutions of the Catholic Church, was founded in Madrid by Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer y Albás on October 2 1928. At the time, Josemaría was a 26-year-old Spanish Roman Catholic priest who is said to have

13:59

Opinion

Gold: a hedge for all seasons

JEREMY BLATCH

...over the next decade. What we cannot know for sure is in what economic order this will occur, or which will take precedence. In all of these scenarios, gold both protects and gives an opportunity for capital appreciation. Gold should be a part of any

14:14

What to do

Salon Varietés reopens with country music hoe-down

Tony Bryant

The Salon Varietés Theatre in Fuengirola will celebrate its grand reopening on Friday 9 October with Cowboys and Kisses, a night of country and western classics. Presented by Costa favourites Johnny G and Melissa Carver, the show presents the best of

14:17

What to do

A month of gastronomy and subtropical fruit in Almuñécar

Jennie Rhodes

The twenty-second Almuñécar gastronomy fair (Feria Gastronómica) will be taking place in a number of restaurants in the town from 9 to 25 October. Unlike in previous years,, the event won't be taking place in the Majuelo park due to the coronavirus

15:01

Local

The Costa del Sol Hospital: ten years with no sign of progress

Héctor Barbotta

...the entrance to Marbella town centre. It is not the only half-built and abandoned building. Barely 500 metres away is another emblematic project, the skeleton of what was going to be a hotel, built without regard to the law and another mute witness to ... Estepona had been planned - although the latter is still not open - and therefore the requirements on the Costa del Sol had changed. The Costa del Sol Health Agency was tasked with drawing up an operational study to decide what alterations would have to

15:30

LifeStyle

A ceramic treasure trove tucked away in the Axarquía

Jennie Rhodes

...those bugs that led to my meeting with Anne-Barbara. Nerja Arts Society Chair Helen Sijsling had recently shown me a photo of what she'd bought with the money she received from the Marsh Award she won earlier this year for volunteer work with the