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19:10

LifeStyle

Action and adventure on the Costa Tropical

Jennie Rhodes

...from a storm, on its way to Oran, a then Spanish-held city in northern Algeria. When it was thought that the storm had passed the ships attempted to set sail again. However, the wind had changed direction and tragically 25 of the 28 ships in the fleet

12:19

LifeStyle

Fake news that's easy to swallow

JAVIER GUILLENEA

If we believed every headline we read, we would think that in future there will be no such thing as baldness and the whole of humanity will be shaking their curls in the wind, the profits of shampoo companies will go through the roof and

13:10

LifeStyle

Ways to reduce hay fever symptoms

SUR

...allergy to pollen: 1. Best of all, stay at home. On days when the pollen level is high, and especially when there is a strong wind, it is advisable to remain indoors as much as possible. 2. Avoid going out at certain hours. The highest concentrations

19:08

LifeStyle

The Costa del Sol’s favourite holiday high street

Tony Bryant

Calle San Miguel in Torremolinos is one of the best-known streets on the Costa del Sol, and it has become the focal point of the town, especially for those visiting for the first time. Formerly open to traffic, it was pedestrianised in 1971 and ha

15:05

LifeStyle

“We have lost jobs and partners because of the pain”

A. GÓMEZ MALAGA

...in Spain she was told her pain was due to gastroenteritis and wind. Shortly afterwards, two cysts measuring six and five centimetres were discovered in her ovaries. The treatment resulted in a chemical menopause and depression. “I wanted to go out,

10:30

National

The remarkable geology of Accitania

Javier almellones travel

Erosion, combined with the nature of the geology of the Hoya de Guadiz, has created an amazing landscape over millions of years; nowadays, this is a place of desert land, olive groves and even hot springs. All these can be seen around Guadix, a tow

15:36

Travel

Downtown Tokyo

Andrew Forbes

Boarding an underground train is rarely memorable, but if it is, it’s almost certainly for all the wrong reasons; a feeling of claustrophobia, chaotic pushing, a sensation of stress. Yet my first time on the Tokyo network felt like an almost poetical

15:17

Travel

Tangier: colourful past, vibrant future

Daryl Finch Travel

From an Arabic outpost for spies and writers, to the perfect getaway for rock stars and the jet set, Tangier has seen it all. Controlled by everyone, and at times no one, Morocco's northernmost city has always been uniquely placed in the Arab world.

10:04

Travel

Mallorca

ANDREW FORBES

The Romans referred to this, the largest island of the Balearic archipelago, as 'Balearis Major' (and its smaller sister as 'Balearis Minor'). So for the Brits, this favourite holiday destination is Majorca (and its sister Minorca). But please bear w

16:16

What to do

Music, charity and culture

Denise Bush

Antonio Mnazano (piano). 18 March, 8pm. ‘Profane songs of the renaissance’ with the Resonare Fibris Consort. Wind and string octet Malaga. 17 March, 9pm. Club El Candado, Avda Principal del Candado The octet will be playing music by composer