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09:21

National

Retired SUR in English editor Liz Parry in New Year’s Honours list

Rachel Haynes

...newspaper’s staff were discussing what they believed SUR in English stood for: Linking Communities. “If I have contributed to a greater understanding, solidarity and that wonderful Spanish word ‘convivencia’ among the international community in southern ... Spain, then I am immensely grateful to have had that opportunity, and proud of what the newspaper has achieved,” she said. Liz, who retired earlier this month, joined SUR in English in 1985, just a year after the newspaper was launched in 1984, in

09:21

Gibraltar

Yanito - a tale of two languages

ASH Bolton

Yanito also borrows words from Haketia, a Judeo-Spanish language once spoken by Sephardic Jews in Northern Morocco, Ceuta and Melilla. Today, the language is spoken in Gibraltar by the Llanitos, which is what the Gibraltarians call themselves, and also by ... exposure to One of the first streets in La Línea.SUR pure English and Spanish has seen the numbers of those who speak it slowly dwindle. “Yanito is the necessity to invent words or corrupt them to what they sound like,” said Tito, 65. “It’s come ... from people speaking very bad English and using the wrong words when they don’t know the right one. “But it’s not Spanglish, that is what they speak in the Americas where Spanish and English speaking people live close together. “It [Yanito] started

09:22

Sport

Defence leads the way to the EuroCup quarter finals

enrique miranda

Veljko Mrsic, the former Unicaja player and current coach of Croatian side Cedevita, would undoubtedly have highlighted certain players to watch before Wednesday's game. Nedovic, Fogg, Musli..., the usual danger men within the Malaga squad. What he

09:22

What to do

The relatively unknown works of Chagall

Antonio Javier López

‘Cervantes in the Russian Museum collection’ On display: A collection of 61 pieces including paintings, drawings, etchings and books. Highlights: The painting ‘Don Quijote’ (1980-1985) by Helium Korzhev and the etchings by Ilya Repin, Konstatin Rud

09:22

Travel

The Insider Guide: Sacred Valley of the Incas

Andrew Forbes

...to Machu Picchu. Andean artisan market Visiting a local market is a must-do in the Sacred Valley. Pisac is one of the best known, but just be sure what you are buying is local or at the very least Peruvian. There can be factory-made, imported

09:22

Travel

The cities above the clouds

andrew forbes travel

...and stay in the valley and explore its wonders, including plenty of extraordinarily well-preserved Inca ruins. What’s more, the train stations can sometimes close for no apparent reason, or the line experience lengthy delays due to mud slides, so it’s

09:22

What to do

“A great deal of contemporary art has lost its spiritual element”

Antonio Javier López interview

...interconnected: personal relationships, information, collaboration... everything is connected. It is true that in some of the videos I have done I appear alone, but I always need specialists to find the best way of achieving what I want, including when I did the

10:11

LifeStyle

Emotions running high in Pamplona

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...alluded to: indeed, what’s left unsaid in this novel is just as important as what is explicitly stated. And it is in his past, one senses, that the key to understanding Jake’s obsessive passion for the bulls lies. Fighting on the Italian front in the ... translation of what the Spanish call a ‘corrida de toros’, or ‘running of the bulls’. “We had that disturbed emotional feeling that always comes after a bullfight,” Jake reflects as they leave the bullring one evening, “and the feeling of elation that comes

10:11

LifeStyle

A return to find poverty... and vitality

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...from the last chapter, as he sits in a bar in Madrid, savouring the final days of his travels before returning to England: “[W]hat strikes the foreigner most is the fact that [Spanish girls] are so conscious of their beauty. They sail along….without any ... in Spain a “freedom and spontaneity” missing in England: “What in our country one gains in order and social justice, one loses in zest and vitality.” Spain, even under Franco, was the opposite of England - as in many ways it still is - and to Brenan

10:12

LifeStyle

Haunted by the past

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...its civil war and to what its countrymen did to one another. With seismic political changes on the horizon in Spain, it might well be that this struggle is entering a new stage of its tortuous journey. Tremlett’s book has never been more relevant.

10:12

LifeStyle

Life, death, love and war

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...action sequences and, at its heart, one of the greatest love stories ever written. Jordan is a demolition expert, assigned to a Republican guerilla band to blow up a bridge as part of an offensive on Segovia. His commitment to the task, and to what he ... one brought to life by some of the finest dialogue Hemingway ever wrote. One wonders to what extent his protagonist’s belated, earth-shattering realisation was also Hemingway’s - namely, that “love is the most important thing that can happen to a human

10:12

Travel

The trail less trekked

Andrew Forbes travel

...pass youngsters tending herds of goats, and a few women foraging for firewood – other than that we are on our own. This is what it is like to hike in the High Atlas, the mountain range at Morocco’s heart that separates the Sahara from the

10:12

LifeStyle

A short-lived revolutionary idyll

Mark Nayler reading into spain

April, exhausted and frustrated at having seen hardly any action, Orwell was dismayed at what he found: “[T]he revolutionary atmosphere had vanished. Once again it was an ordinary city, a little pinched and chipped by war, but with no outward sign of ... plenty of time for reflection on what awaited him back home. Invigorated by his time in troubled Spain, he was suddenly infuriated by what now struck him as the slumbering isolation of England: “Earthquakes in Japan, famines in China, revolutions in ... Mexico? Don’t worry, the milk will be on the doorstep tomorrow morning, ‘The New Statesman’ will come out on Friday.” This was what he so memorably called “the deep, deep sleep of England”. Orwell wanted to be back in Spain, in the thick of the drama and

10:12

Opinion

Life-saving victims

ignacio lillo

...he suffered at the hands of a group of classmates, in the midst of the complicit silence of those who knew what was going on and the ignorance of the rest. Once again it took an atrocity for us to become fully conscious of the problem of bullying and ... the need to fight it. At least now, when a young lad says he is being abused he is taken seriously. This week Malaga has seen the trial for what has been considered the worst case of cruelty to animals in history, which allegedly occurred in ... Torremolinos between 2008 and 2010. The former president of the animal shelter faces four years in prison for what the public prosecutor describes as mass “extermination sessions”. What’s more, according to Seprona, the animals were injected with a smaller dose

10:12

Local

US expats mark Thanksgiving in a year of change

leandro pavón / sur

...fundamental”. It was important “to be cautious and wait to see what happened,” he added. Three groups meet in Mijas Meanwhile Restaurante Valparaí so in Mijas played host to a joint celebration of three of the American Club’s local chapters. The ... get-together included a lunch and charity raffle in aid of the Cudeca cancer charity, as well as plenty more debate and discussion about what lies in store for American politics in the next twelve months before the next time the chapters meet for their

10:12

National

New currencies are being used in Spain to boost local business

Lucía palacios

2019. So far, it is not known whether this will be a virtual or physical currency, what it will be called or how it will be used, although the mayor has indicated that it could be used to pay grants or micro-loans, part of civil servants’ salaries or pay ... equivalent to 500 euros to spend in businesses which are taking part in the project. What is unusual is that this town has received a grant of just over 130,000 euros from the EU to set up this complementary payment system. The small and medium business

10:12

Sport

"I will continue to fight for a place in the team"

Marina rivas malaga cf

Uruguayan hopes to secure his place in the starting line-up in the coming weeks and is determined not to give up on his fledgling La Liga career. ––What did the goal [against Sporting] mean to you? –It made me very happy. A lot of people know what I have ... been through since the start, that I found it difficult to settle in. But through working hard and with the same humility as always, opportunities are coming. –What was the reason behind your exuberant celebration? –I always celebrate my goals like ... this. In truth I have found it difficult here and I needed to release some anger. –What went through your mind when you were told to warm up in the first half of the fixture? –At the time I wasn’t told much, only that I had to warm up. But as I have

10:12

Local

Foreigners buy four out of ten properties sold in Malaga province

nuria triguero

It is still too early to know what effect ‘Brexit’ will have on the property market in Malaga province, but figures issued by the Ministry of Public Works for the first half of this year show that there has been a considerable increase in British