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14:47

What to do

Music and culture, something for everyone

Denise Bush WHAT TO DO

...years the conquistadores had vanquished civilisations from Mexico in the north to Chile in the south. So what drove men such as Cortes and Pizarro? www.benahavisdfas.com/events Festivals Día de San Sebastián Algarrobo. Until 20 January. Algarrobo

14:48

LifeStyle

When Brenan foresaw the end of Franco

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN MALAGA

...the place which he had portrayed and revealed as if it were a map in The Spanish Labyrinth, which he wrote in 1943. Three years after that book was published, Brenan wrote what Carlos Pranger, his executor, calls a 'pamphlet', a spin-off of that ... among these previously unseen writings, but it is Brenan's correspondence about which there is the least knowledge. "He used to write to his friends, tell them what had been happening, and he loved gossip," says Carlos. After returning to Malaga,

15:57

Sport

Quite the turnaround

Rob Palmer OPINION

There's a Liverpool fan who somehow finds me, often at a congested train station, who delights in yelling at me: "What about that Iago Aspas, eh? What a waste of money!" He refers to an interview I conducted with his club TV station when I ... inferred that, on the evidence of what I'd seen of him at Celta, the Spanish striker could be a massive hit in a Liverpool shirt. Fan-man was right of course, Aspas bombed at Anfield; but now he heads a field of players who made little impact in the

16:56

Opinion

Small town, big world

Rachel Haynes

...assured that those entrusted with the real power in the world are sensible, with fair views of what is good for their people... Sorry, what's that? What did you say was happening in America today?

17:06

LifeStyle

All that glitters...

A. J. LINN

...about on the floor, was bitter indeed. Whoever committed this vandalism had waited four years to get his revenge for Gianfranco's public revelation that his fellow Brunello-makers were illegally mixing wine from other regions with what should have been ... 100% Sangiovese. Wine faking goes back centuries, and even Rome's Pliny wrote that what was described on the label was often not a correct description of the bottle's contents. For many years it was normal to dilute sherry and port with water and ... wine buyer will hand over his eight euros without really being sure whether he is getting what he thinks he is paying for.

17:16

Opinion

Let's be reasonable

Mark Nayler

UK is a very important country." Contrary to what many ex-Remainers would have you believe, this will not cease to be the case after Brexit. Spain is important to the the UK and the UK is important to Spain, so there is good reason to expect that a

12:21

LifeStyle

The battle against sugar gets fiercer

ALEJANDRA RODRÍGUEZ health

...schools, carry out independent informative campaigns and, in general, know exactly what we are eating and the real effects our diet has on our health, we would then be able to enjoy truly free and responible form of consumption. However, despite the lack ... conclude the authors of the article in Circulation. And that is precisely what the WHO is calling for in its report Fiscal Policies for Diet and the Prevention of Noncommunicable Diseases. "Appropriately designed fiscal policies which add at least 20 per ... support what Science has been demonstrating for years: free sugar is an element which is damaging for the health, and sugary drinks are one of the principal vehicles," says Laura Kohan, who runs The Food Therapy. Nevertheless, the specialists warn of

19:11

LifeStyle

Twins with rhythm in their blood

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...just tried on their own, each using the other as support. "That's why we are so sure about what we're doing. I know who he is and he knows who I am. We would never let the other down," says Alex. The stage performances by these twins attracted the

15:10

What to do

Cervantes theatre releases its schedule

francisco griñán malaga

The Cervantes theatre has announced its schedule for the following two months, in which music features heavily alongside theatre. Highlights include performances by singers Virginia Gámez and Noa and the soundtracks of John Williams. The theatre will

11:16

Travel

Courchevel

Andrew Forbes travel

...resort is collaborating with Galeries Bartoux to show Graffiti and Street Artists. Galeries-Bartoux.com Snowshoeing A great way to explore the beauty of the Alps - what’s more snowshoeing requires no prior experience. TRAVEL: Flights

11:48

What to do

And all that jazz

Jennie Rhodes Nerja

The Ytre SulØens Jazz ensemble with Tricia Boutté will be performing at the Centro Cultural Villa de Nerja in Calle Granada on Wednesday 1 February. Information When: Wednesday 1 February. Where:Centro Cultural, Villa de Nerja, Calle Granada 4

12:43

Local

Cudeca celebrates 25 years of palliative care in Spain

Tony Bryant Benalmádena

...why she had first decided to open the hospice; claiming that, "nobody could have known what was going to happen 25 years ago." She expressed her heartfelt gratitude to Marisa Martin, the person who not only helped set up Cudeca, but the woman who ... also cared for Joan's husband when he was ill with cancer. Joan said that the only thing she wanted to do was to spread the word about Marisa's wonderful work, so that other people could have the benefit that she and her husband had received. What

14:06

Local

Opposition's bid to oust Alhaurín el Grande mayor ends in legal squabble

Ivan Gelibter Alhaurín El Grande

...confusion - and decibels - to the already heated session on Wednesday concerned who was actually in charge of the meeting. In the case of a motion of no confidence in the mayor, the session is by law presided over by what is known as the 'mesa de edad'

14:19

Opinion

Toeing the lines

Mark Nayler

...resorted to that famed Rajoy opacity, elliptically remarking that one in five holidaymakers in Spain is British and that around 17 million Britons visited Spain in 2016. What he means, then, is that Spain's economy is heavily reliant on British tourists and

14:27

National

British government loses Brexit appeal at the Supreme Court

Debbie Bartlett malaga

Brexit negotiations. She did so under pressure from MPs of all parties to provide more information about what the government wants to happen once Article 50 has been triggered. Some MPs had insisted that they would be unable to vote on triggering Article

14:38

National

Left-wing parties get ready to debate which direction to take

SUR Madrid

In an echo of what is happening in left-wing parties across Europe, Spain's Podemos and PSOE are both still locked in separate internal debates about their futures. Podemos, which grew rapidly from a popular street movement to almost overtake the

14:39

National

People in Spain still feel the country is corrupt

R. C. madrid

An annual report has ranked Spain as 17th out of the 28 EU countries in a 'perception of corruption' index. The survey, by watchdog Transparency International, measures what people feel about the corruption in their country. Spain is at the same

15:01

Opinion

Men without hats

Peter Edgerton

...walking through the big city streets, singin' and dancin' an' everything. Those hats, man! Wow!" "Sounds cool, man." Chuck seems impressed. He chews on a straw. "What were they doin' it for, exactly?" "You know, man. They don't like Trump, man. Can't ... stand him. Think he's a fool. An' you know what, man? Just by lookin' at 'em in their hats an' stuff, I've come to see they're right. Trump's a total idiot and I really regret voting for him." "Yeah, man - I hear ya. I hear ya. When did you start to

16:49

What to do

Music, film and more

Denise Bush what to do

Charity events Concert for Mutiplesclerosis Rincón de la Victoria. 28 January, 8pm. Sala las Musas. A concert in aid of the Esclerosis Múltiple charity features Naiala Narciso, Eduardo Díaz, Aires de Torremolinos and Esperanza Márquez. Char

18:29

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush what to do

Térmica, Avda de los Guindos. The exhibition pays tribute to more than 40 famous prints from the 20th century taken by photographer Sandro Miller with John Malkovich as the principal figure in each one. What to do Concerts, charity events and O.V.