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22:14

LifeStyle

Cooking with preserved foods

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...on wars across Europe, offered a reward to anyone who could come up with a way to preserve food and therefore keep his troops fed. The 10,000 Francs was awarded to Nicolás Appert, a confectioner who had developed a method of sterilising food by ... submerging it in liquid (fat, salt water or syrup) in glass jars sealed with wax in a bain-marie. Although Napoleon never used the method, Appert's life was changed forever; he started a new industry making preserves. Unlike Napoleon, the British Navy ... quickly adopted the new system, replacing the fragile glass jars with tins. The canned food soon eradicated deaths from scurvy onboard ship as the canning process preserved the vitamins in the fruit and vegetables. It also meant that there were no longer

18:37

LifeStyle

Women who wear grey hair and wrinkles with pride

SOLANGE VÁZQUEZ

...strong and have a lot to offer; we will not be relegated to invisibility." She believes they are reinventing "the meaning of being an older woman" and fighting the idea that men's 'value' increases with age while theirs reduces. The same theory is ... avoid feeling marginalised. These academics say prejudice against age is one of the last biases of our culture and is intimately linked with sexism. However, it has begun to look stale - very old and decrepit, in fact - these days, and is now, little ... companies, greater purchasing power. “There are elderly people with beauty, dignity and authenticity,” says Pino María, and she says she doesn’t do “much” to keep herself looking good, nor does she have cosmetic treatments “because it saves me money and

16:08

Local

Extending a helping hand to the needy during this crisis

Tony Bryant

...population. President Joyce Gyimah has lived on the coast for 35 years and she has been involved with the project since it began. Joyce is currently working tirelessly to keep the soup kitchen running, but she admits that the current crisis is causing more ... of life for all the people in need." The volunteers are also busy supplying emergency food parcels to underprivileged families and those with mobility problems. The association is also providing warm clothing and medicines, as well as looking after ... are stuck at home with children. Many have no income, so it is extremely important to help them all during these difficult times," Joyce explains. The charity has set up a special Facebook page where donations can be pledged, while prospective

13:55

Local

Marbella steps up coronavirus response with large-scale disinfection

Héctor Barbotta

A unit of the Spanish Legion, based in Ronda, was deployed on Sunday in Marbella, Ojén, Benahavís and Istán as part of measures adopted to combat the coronavirus outbreak in the area. A total of 60 military personnel carried out patrol and inspecti

15:46

Local

Sports complex in Malaga to be converted into a hospital for Covid-19 patients

Ángel Escalera

Given the expected increase in coronavirus cases in the coming days, the Junta de Andalucía regional government has decided that the Carranque sports complex in Malaga city will be converted into a large hospital for patients of Covid-19, with a ... de Ferias y Congresos for the time being and is considering other options, including the reopening of the Hospital Pascual, a private centre that for many years served thousands of patients sent by the public health service. Restructuring With an ... days the cardiology department will move to the Hospital Materno. This will mean that there will be four floors available for the admission of new patients with respiratory pathologies who require isolation. For its part, the Clínico will have more

12:15

National

Businesses rally with crisis cash, supplies and logistical support

SUR

...planned to hand over medical equipment, ventilators and masks to Spanish health authorities. Santander will also follow suit with donations, as well as reductions in pay for top directors. Some of the largest firms are coordinating their support to

11:12

LifeStyle

Coping with confinement

Tony Bryant

...are showing concern about the financial implications this will create. SUR in English asked residents from different professional backgrounds how they were coping with the lockdown, and what they are doing to pass the time. “There are six in our ... all of us are affected” Maryn Gerrits Hotelier Hotelier Maryn Gerrits, who says he is “not too worried” about catching the coronavirus, has been enjoying a little time with his children since the hotel he manages closed its doors, but he is ... worried about the effect of a possible extended lockdown. “I try to work from home more, but it is a little harder to concentrate. On the upside, I get to spend more time with my kids, so that’s a bonus. “However, the fact that no one can predict how

21:06

Local

Cases of coronavirus rise sharply in Malaga, with 154 new cases in one day

Ángel Escalera

...previous day's 145 new cases, confirming the turn in trend after the increase in cases appeared to have slowed down over the weekend. This new growth is also reflected across the region, with 539 new cases in a day, raising the figure to 3,010. Similarly, ... the number of deaths has had a significant rise, with 26 more between Tuesday and Wednesday (113 in total). In Malaga province 14 more deaths realted to Covid-19 were reported on Wednesday, taking the total up to 40, according to the regional Health ... with 47,610 cases counted and 3,434 deaths, more fatalities now than in China. "We are gradually approaching the peak of transmission," said government official Fernando Simón on Wednesday.