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14:50

What to do

The fiesta of the Virgen del Carmen remembers those lost at sea

Tony Bryant

Carmen in Almuñécar take place between Saturday and Tuesday and, along with the procession, will include children's attractions and live entertainment. Nerja's celebrations generally take place over three days and this year will begin on 15 July. Local ... people visit the El Salvador Church at 7.30pm to say prayers to the Virgin and enjoy a performance by the Peña Nerjeña Choir. The formal procession on Tuesday starts from Plaza El Balcón de Europa at 6pm, while an open-air party with live music is held ... in the Plaza de los Cangrejos the following day at 10pm. La Caleta de Vélez enjoys a two-day event that starts on Monday with a gastronomic fair and entertainment on the beach, followed by a concert by Spanish singer Sergio Contreras. The

15:51

Sport

Garbiñe Muguruza announces split with trainer

COLPISA

Tennis star Garbiñe Muguruza has ended her professional relationship with coach Sam Sumyk after four years. This came after Muguruza lost in the first round at Wimbledon to world number 121, Beatriz Haddad Maia. The decision was announced on

17:52

Local

Work nearly complete on Marbella centre for children with special needs

Nieves Castro

Builders are currently putting the finishing touches to the centre for children with special needs being set up by the Global Gift Foundation in Marbella. Coinciding with the foundation's "philanthropic weekend", hosted by founder María Bravo and ... Adisol (Costa del Sol diabetics association), Bubbles and Dreams (for undiagnosed rare illnesses), CADI (centre for child diversity), the Malaga cystic fybrosis association, Adahimar (an association for children with attention deficit hyperactivity ... disorder and learning difficulties) and the Marbella-San Pedro multiple sclerosis association. The aim of the facilities is the social inclusion of children with disabilities, illnesses or other difficulties. Organisations will be able to use the house as

10:17

Local

Socialist Josele González is Mayor of Mijas after eleventh-hour deal with Ciudadanos

IVÁN GELIBTER / ANTONIO M. ROMERO

Socialist Josele González is the new mayor of Mijas after an eleventh-hour deal between the local PSOE and Ciudadanos (Cs). In last Friday's vote by councillors, González beat his PP counterpart Ángel Nozal, gaining an overall majority with his ... Nozal, rather than abiding by the power-sharing coalition pact with Ciudadanos reached by their national party chiefs. The PP councillors carried out their threat, but the new PSOE-Cs pact prevented Nozal being voted in with a simple majority. Now they ... the mayor's office "neither by action nor omission". After being sworn in and presented with the ceremonial mayor's staff, Josele González praised the work of his predecessors, including Nozal, adding, "It's time Mijas stopped lagging behind [other

14:12

LifeStyle

On a heavy metal wave

FÁTIMA GONZÁLEZ

Alex has cerebral palsy, but that didn't stop him flying over thousands of heads at a heavy metal concert. This occurred in Viveiro, in Lugo province, Galicia, at Resurrection Fest, one of the most famous heavy metal festivals, which attracts the bes

16:34

What to do

Torre del Mar prepares for annual Air Show

JENNIE RHODES

For the fourth year running, Torre del Mar will be looking to the skies this weekend for its annual air show. Pilots will be practicing during Friday and Saturday with the main performance taking place on Sunday. Once again the skies over the ... This year Spain's Guardia Civil will be taking part with the CN235, as well as one of their helicopters. The first Spanish wing walker will be displaying daring stunts, too. The local Air Club Axarquía will have an exhibition of around 20 aircraft

18:29

Local

"Churches can seem to take a very long time to catch up with social changes"

Tony Bryant

...generation, or just the elderly? There is a mix of ages in each of the congregations, with some families attending. They tend to be rather fluid gatherings as people come and go, so you could say that they very much reflect the demographics of the ... through the work of Lux Mundi. People's attitudes have changed over the years; has the Anglican Church changed with the times? Churches can seem to take a very long time to catch up with social changes - basically because we want to think these things ... through theologically - and the Anglican Church is no exception. Not least because we're a broad church with quite a wide range of views on most things and we want to keep everybody together. Do you think that the Anglican Church does enough to encourage

10:46

Local

Three years for father and son who held up Malaga supermarket

A. FRÍAS.

...entered the supermarket, the father with his face covered by a hood and the son wearing a motorcycle helmet, and, displaying their pistols, demanded all of the cash in the tills. According to the sentence, the son fired a single shot. They made off with

14:54

LifeStyle

Eva Longoria, star of the global gift gala

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Actress Eva Longoria arrived in Marbella this week ready for the eighth charity gala organised by the Global Gift Foundation. First though she could be seen enjoying the beach with her partner Pepe Bastón and their son Santi, who has just turned ... one, as well as Global Gift founder María Bravo. Eva Longoria enjoying time with her family at the beach. JOSELE After a fashion show on Thursday, the foundation's philanthropic weekend culminates in the gala this Friday, when VIP guests include

14:07

LifeStyle

The culinary magic of a good tomato 'sofrito'

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

If we look in any traditional Western cookbook at the section on stews, rice dishes and soups, we will see that most recipes begin with an invariable litany: that of the preparation of a humble base of fried or sweated vegetables, known in Spanish ... as the 'sofrito'. The composition varies from country to country, but is essential in kitchens in Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, etc. In America it is found in all the Creole recipes, from Cajun cuisine, which came with the French, to Latin recipes ... complex flavours are developed: sweet, toasted and umami, especially with tomatoes, which contain up to 0.3% of glutamic acid. However, do not make the mistake of discarding the seeds, because they are where the glutamic acid is concentrated in greater