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10:31

LifeStyle

"We'd like to do for language learning what Jamie Oliver has done for cooking"

MARCUS PRICE MIJAS

...since 2008, who hopes to "do for language learning what Jamie Oliver has done for cooking: make it fun and make it accessible". She aims to release an activity cook book in a variety of different languages, with the first edition in English and ... recipes in our own kitchen, recording the audios and thinking up new ways to make learning Spanish exciting. And we've had some great feedback on what we've produced so far." The month-long crowdfunding push started on Thursday 12 January and Cooking

10:31

What to do

Images from on high

IVÁN GELIBTER

...countryside of the Sierras de Huma, Abdalajís and Llana'). EXHIBITION WhereDiputación de Málaga building, Calle Pacífico, Malaga. WhatAn exhibition of photographs taken around the Caminito del Rey area. WhenUntil 9 February. Open 9am to 2pm.

10:32

LifeStyle

Art begins in the scrapyard

REGINA SOTORRÍO MALAGA

Where some see an old toaster, others see the perfect material for modelling. What for one person is the handlebar of an old motorcycle, for another is the tentacle of an octopus . Scrap for some, but a potential work of art for British couple James ... workshops, the tranquility of the countryside and just an hour's drive to the city. "It's very inspiring. Our work is very noisy too, so here we have the best of both worlds and that's what we need," she says. "Lovely atmosphere" They have left behind the

10:32

What to do

San Antón celebrated with fire and fervour

SUR

Bonfires, stone throwing, races, romerías and pet shows across Spain will mark the Fiesta de San Antonio de Abad or San Antón from this week until the end of the month. INFORMATION Malaga. 22 January. Maro. 14, 15, 17 January. Mijas. 17 Januar

13:19

What to do

A week of music and culture

Denise Bush

Music and dance Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Auditorium of Museo Picasso. Malaga. 17 January 8pm The Cuarteto Fucco formed by violinists Nicolás Ciocan and Raúl Baixaili, viola Razuan Cociodar and cellist Carlos González, all teachers from th

13:23

What to do

Exhibitions and galleries

Denise Bush what to do

Malaga Gerald Brenan Museum Churriana. Until 1 February. Casa de Gerald Brenan, C/Torremolinos. A collection of photographs of Brenan, his wife and the many friends, among them writers, aristocrats and beatniks, that visited the house in Ch

14:42

Sport

Defensive masterclass helps see off UCAM Murcia

Juan Calderón UNICAJA

...the dynamic of the tie after the break when they stopped their rivals scoring for nearly five minutes. During this time they varied their play, with baskets from the three-point line as well as from their centres. This balance is what they have been

19:34

Local

Welcome to the new surinenglish.com

Rachel Haynes

...international populations. With surinenglish.com, readers around the world can find out what's going on in the province of Malaga and around Spain thanks to the team of Spanish and British reporters at the SUR group of newspapers. Gibraltar news is also ... covered with its own section. Features and interviews are combined in the Lifestyle section while What To Do continues to let people know about the charity and cultural events happening on the Costa del Sol and further afield. Sports fans will also

17:09

Opinion

Media, pundits and pollsters trumped by the people

JEREMY BLATCH

...achieve better then the market returns, investors would be better served, keeping costs to the minimum and accepting the market return. With some 80% of active managers failing to even match the market, accepting what the market gives will yield an above

17:09

Opinion

One piece of paper, three lives

IGNACIO LILLO

...prescription, three more animals frozen alive. And so on until you get to the 2,000 animals slaughtered- now we can say that with no 'allegeds' or 'supposeds' - in what will go down in history as the kennels of horrors in Torremolinos. The verdict released on ... what would have happened if, instead of using unprescribed medication and illegal documents, she had shot those poor 2,000 creatures to death (with a legal firearm), or drowned them, or burned them alive, or simply starved them to death. In other words,

17:09

Opinion

New Year's revolution

Peter Edgerton

...and, not least, for giving up alcohol. Unless you're a school teacher that is, in which case, you probably drink more alcohol than ever as you realise you're only half way through the academic year. It's quite sobering (see what I did there?) to see ... this: 2nd January - "Hi, Happy New Year. I'll have a sparkling water, please. I've given up alcohol for the month." (Proud smile optional). Half an hour later - "What juices have you got? ... Oh, great , I'll have pineapple, please." Another half ... hard on ourselves after the unbridled excesses of the festive season. We shouldn't feel obliged to go cold turkey (see what I di... oh, never mind), rather we should ease ourselves back into our routines, continuing to eat and drink too much but not to

14:51

Sport

Ten horrific minutes condemn Unicaja to defeat

JUAN CALDERÓN UNICAJA

...at 48-41. What happened after the break was incomprehensible. Unicaja went six and a half minutes without scoring. Valencia scored 13 points without reply to take the lead at 48-54. Waczynski eventually scored a pair of three-pointers but the

09:33

Gibraltar

Music Festival to become 'Gibraltar Calling' after partnership with MTV

Debbie Bartlett

...stunning views, Gibraltar is a fantastic location for an outdoor live music event and we're really looking forward to working with the Government of Gibraltar to showcase what Gibraltar has to offer to our youth audience," commented Mark Swift, senior

09:48

Local

From urban myth to reality

...called for hospitals to establish special protocols. Time has proven him right, and has shown that what appeared to be a myth is in fact reality.

12:21

Local

Pioneer procedure for Costa del Sol hospital to detect traces of date rape drug

JUAN CANO

...treated dozens of rape cases in which, from what the victims have said, he is almost certain that they had been given burundanga. He has never been able to confirm it, but that situation has now changed. From urban myth to reality "My friend ... José Caba, "is that they are eliminated very quickly from the body and they are very difficult to detect." That is why it is so important for victims to report what has happened and for the doctors to take samples as quickly as possible. "We are now ... going to hold training sessions for all our staff so they know what samples to take, the forms that have to be filled in and all the steps that need to be taken," says Dr Agüera. The protocol will be applied when signs which could indicate chemical

12:25

LifeStyle

A tasty treasure in Torremolinos

TONY BRYANT TORREMOLINOS

...to hand the business over to his children when he retires, but what will he do with his time after serving locals and tourists for best part of his life? "It will be strange, for sure, but one of my hobbies is renovating old motorcycles, and I'm

14:37

LifeStyle

Trials and tribulations of life in Zambia

Tony Bryant ALHAURÍN EL GRANDE

...who moved to Zambia with no idea of what was ahead. The 67-year-old author now lives in Alhaurín el Grande, and she is currently working on the final installment of her trilogy of books about Zambia. Ann reveals that her writing routine is

14:44

LifeStyle

An unplanned but enjoyable career move

Jennie Rhodes

...people, including the mayor and team of councilors. Without them I do not know what I would have done," says Gwen but adds that the idea of returning to the UK, "has never entered my head". Instead Gwen, who will celebrating her 60th birthday later this

14:45

What to do

This week in the galleries

Denise Bush what to do

Marbella / Estepona Magpie International Gallery. Marbella. Until 23 January. C/Virgen del Pilar. 200m from port. An exhibition of art work entitled ‘Relaciones’ (Relations) by Austrian artist Dana Nowak. Cecilia Noriega-Bozovich Marbell