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16:35

Sport

Tentative plans in place for the return of the World Padel Tour

MARINA RIVAS

The World Padel Tour has announced that action will resume with two special behind closed doors tournaments at the Madrid Arena. The first, under the name Estrella Damm Open, will be held from this Sunday, 28 June, to Sunday 5 July, and the second, ... restarts for the first time since the Marbella Masters. Although that final schedule remains unclear, players now have something to aim and train for after a stoppage of 114 days. Many of the most outstanding players on the world ranking are expected to

12:43

Local

Erik el Belga, the most famous art forger in the world, has died in Malaga

Héctor Barbotta

...faking art, and his career took a new turn. He began to steal works from about 50 museums all over the world, replacing them with fakes he had produced himself. They were so good that many of his victims never realised that their originals had been stolen

17:35

LifeStyle

12 May 1960: Nerja's 'natural cathedral' opens to the public

Alekk M. Saanders

...all passed taken to the stage in the Ballet Hall. Every summer over the last six decades, dancers and musicians have created a magical atmosphere in the caves, each one of them one of the most extraordinary events in the world. On 15 June 1961, the

17:10

LifeStyle

22 May 1940: Gibraltar is evacuated in the Second World War

Debbie Bartlett

It is a largely unknown fact that during WW2 the British government decided to turn Gibraltar into a fortress to stop Hitler and Franco seizing it, and ordered all women, children, the elderly and infirm to be evacuated to make room for the troops.

19:47

Gibraltar

Gorham's Cave is out of bounds for visitors

Debbie Bartlett

Following two incursions this week by kayakers into the Gorham's Cave complex, which is a protected World Heritage Site, the authorities have issued a reminder that it is an offence to land on Governor's Beach and/or access the caves. The penalties

09:51

Local

Anantara Villa Padierna hotel is working with World Central Kitchen

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Benahavís. The Anantara Villa Padierna hotel in Benahavís has made its facilities available to World Central Kitchen (WCK), the NGO set up by famous chef José Andrés, which prepares meals every day for people who are in a vulnerable situation due to ... the Covid-19 crisis. The hotel kitchen is being used to produce meals that are then distributed in the area, thanks to the collaboration of food banks and other local NGOs. World Central Kitchen was founded in 2010 by chef José Andrés to provide ... food for people in need during a disaster and it has already responded to the threat of Covid-19 in more than 20 towns and cities around the world. It began its operations in Spain on 27 March and now has 14 kitchens in ten Spanish towns, providing more

14:36

LifeStyle

The three waves of Spanish Flu

ÓSCAR BELTRÁN DE OTÁLORA

Comparing present-day events with those in the past may be tempting, but can be dangerous. In 1918 the modern world suffered its first great pandemic, the so-called Spanish Flu, and it was one of the greatest killers of the 20th century, with an ... Spanish flu hit the world in three waves. Each was different and the final one continued so long that people were still dying from it in 1920. The first wave The first wave was in the spring of 1918. The first detected case was in a military camp in ... Kansas, USA. Scientists call this infection, which spread among the troops who were due to fight in the First World War, the 'herald wave', because it announced the arrival of the others. The infection spread in Europe once the American troops arrived.

15:03

Travel

Travel in a post-coronavirus world

Andrew Forbes

Covid-19 reminds us to be grateful for health, our loved ones and the simple things in life. Yet travel and tourism is one of the world's most important industries, a driver of wealth and opportunity. There is no shame to continue to dream about a ... holiday, or even plan your next trip. Travel is one of life's most enriching activities. The world will overcome the threat of Covid-19, and borders will open again, and freedom of national and international movement will be restored. Covid-19 has already

16:59

Sport

Novak Djokovic back in business in Marbella

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Two weeks after an error in the interpretation of the lockdown rules saw Novak Djokovic and the Puente Romano Tennis Club in Marbella get in a spot of trouble, the world tennis number one returned on Monday, this time with the government's

16:01

Sport

Date set for Holiday World fun runs

SUR IN ENGLISH

The second half maration and fifth coast run organised by Holiday World were officially presented on Wednesday morning. The races, which will raise funds for the Proyecto Hombre foundation, will take place on 8 March from 10am. After the success ... finishing line will be the elephants’ roundabout at the entrance to the Holiday World resort and the routes will cover the entire Benalmádena coastline (Puerto Marina, Club Náutico and La Capitanía) with 21, 10 and five-kilometre races, designed for both

15:39

Opinion

Critical mass

Peter Edgerton

Somehow you manage to resolve 14 of the 25 cubes in the allotted time. A decent effort; only some bad things will happen, then. I'm afraid this scenario is, more or less, what world leaders have been faced with recently - an impossible, thankless task

15:07

Travel

Riotinto, where a colourful river attracted "fools" from around the world

alekk m. saanders

The province of Huelva is world famous for other "fools". And in this case it is not the local people who are foolish, but the thousands of foreign prospectors who rushed to an unusual red-coloured river. The river Tinto flows through one of the ... world's largest deposits of the mineral pyrite, which also has the name "fool's gold" or "oro de tontos" in Spanish. Technically, "fool's gold" is known as iron sulfide containing a combination of sulphur with iron and copper. Due to its metallic shine,

12:28

Sport

Regino out of World Cup in last-16 phase

marina rivas

Nerja snowboarder Regino Hernández crashed out of the World Cup in the last-16 phase on Saturday. Having been blighted by injury during the last three months and suffering a fall, Hernández struggled to keep up with the pace set and finished third

15:02

National

World Mobile Congress cancelled amid virus fear

SUR

The coronavirus claimed an economic victim this week. The huge World Mobile Congress, the main global shop window for people in the mobile technology sector, was called off on Wednesday. The annual event, which has a contract to be held in

12:39

LifeStyle

Making a mark at the World Gin Awards

Tony Bryant

A British-owned craft gin company has scooped two awards at the recent World Gin Awards in London. Run by husband and wife team Chris and Carolina Tunmore, Hayes Gin won the prestigious Gold Award for its London Dry Gin. The couple, both avid gin ... blood orange and ginger flavour for Spain, is incredible," Chris says. This is the first time the couple have entered the competition, which this year received more than 400 entries from around the world. "This is the first time we have entered the ... World Gin Awards. From our point of view, we love our gins and feel we put our heart and soul into every bottle. But when a panel of industry experts award you gold and bronze for Spain, you suddenly think, wow, we are making something very special,"

02:14

Local

The Finnish exodus from Fuengirola

Ivan Gelibter

Fuengirola is one of the Spanish towns with the most nationalities among its residents, but in Los Pacos you only hear Spanish (and not much) or Finnish spoken. This district is home to the biggest expat community of Finns in the world, even taking

19:42

Local

Only around 60 hotels on the Costa del Sol have reopened so far

Pilar Martínez

...the iconic AC Marriott Málaga Palacio and MS Maestranza welcomed visitors again, while on the Costa, the Polynesia hotel of Holiday World (Benalmádena), as well is its beach club, reopened. Malaga Airport reopens T3 as July begins with more

16:39

Sport

World Cup Final referee regales walking footballers

SUR

Sunday 19 January saw referee Mark Clattenburg entertaining guests at the Bar Tua in La Cala de Mijas. Clattenburg, who has refereed finals of the World Cup, Euro Championships and Champions League, was the guest of honour at the Blue Sky Marbella

12:40

LifeStyle

Aids: a success story for researchers

ARANTXA HERRANZ

December 1st is World Aids Day. Since the first cases of HIV were announced over 35 years ago, 78 million people around the world have contracted it and 35 million have died from related illnesses. However, during this time it has passed from being ... enters the body". The complexity in this case is that there are many types of HIV. "It's a bit like all the different types of flu in the world. It's hard enough for the scientific community to come up with a flu vaccine every year, and for Aids it

14:44

Opinion

On the rebound

PETER SANDERSON

...year to recover. The current coronavirus pandemic is very much a global health crisis which has precipitated a collapse in the world's financial markets. Whereas the previous crises only affected the world of finance and its institutions, the current

16:12

LifeStyle

3 July 2005: Same-sex marriage law comes into effect in Spain

Jennie Rhodes

A law allowing people of the same sex to marry and adopt children came into force on 3 July 2005, making Spain only the third country in the world where gay marriage was legal at the time. The law was passed on 30 June by the socialist PSOE ... down in history as one of the most important Pride celebrations in Spain. The event traditionally takes place the first weekend after 28 June, World Pride Day, marking the anniversary of the Stonewall riots. The law would guarantee same-sex married

12:02

LifeStyle

The purpose built village which will be a home for Alzheimer's patients

IRMA CUESTA world alzheimer's day

If all goes according to plan, by the end of 2019 the French town of Dax will make history by becoming the second place on the planet with a type of commune for Alzheimer's sufferers. It will have a community of 120 patients, living in a place which

17:25

What to do

Toulouse-Lautrec and the fabulous world of the circus

SUR IN ENGLISH

...series of drawings, entitled 'Au cirque' (At the circus), is on display in the Carmen Thyssen Museum in Malaga and is called 'Toulouse-Lautrec and the fabulous world of the circus'. The exhibition was opened by the Mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la

19:36

Local

A quiet fifth birthday for the Caminito del Rey

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

...become a major tourist attraction and the authorities have received huge support for an application for it to be classified as a Unesco World Heritage Site. Although at present the Caminito is closed because of the lockdown in Spain, the latest visitor

15:25

Opinion

A difficult summer

Mark Nayler

...second most-visited tourist destinations in the world, so the functioning of their hospitality industries over the next few months will be key to post-lockdown recovery. Sánchez's announcement this week of a four-phase de-escalation period is the first

12:21

Local

Villa Padierna joins the world’s biggest association of luxury hotels

Héctor BARBOTTA

The Anantara Villa Padierna has become part of The Leading Hotels of the World, the biggest global association of luxury hotels. It is the third establishment in the Marbella area to be admitted to the club, and with it a select market of top-range ... world. Manager Jorge Manzur says its membership will increase the hotel’s volume of business by between 500,000 and 750,000 euros this year alone. Its official incorporation will take place on 1 March and will give the hotel the best access to American

12:50

Travel

Standing tall

SUR

The art of the human tower is unlikely to be considered among the Fine Arts any time soon, but it nonetheless will attract tens of thousands of people to this city on 6 and 7 October for an annual contest. In it, 32 tower teams are pitted against o

18:06

Sport

Novak Djokovic chooses the Costa for his base during the lockdown

Pedro Luis Alonso

World number one Novak Djokovic has published a series of messages on social media from his chosen base during the lockdown: the Costa del Sol. Djokovic is no stranger to the south of Spain and has chosen to spend his time away from competitive ... action at his property in La Zagaleta (Benahavís) with his wife (Jelena) and two children (Stefan and Tara). The tennis star seemed in a philosophical mood, taking this lockdown as a welcome breather: "We live in a fast-paced modern world. [...] We

15:45

Sport

Manilva resident crowned world grappling champion

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Yolanda González was crowned world champion in at the World Grappling Championships held in Baku (Azerbaijan) last weekend. She came first in the grappling GI modality (while wearing a jacket) and runner-up in the veteran category. Grappling, a

12:22

Sport

Record numbers turn out for coastal fun run

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

The fifth edition of the Holiday World coastal fun run brought together a record 1,500 participants on the Benalmádena coastline on Sunday. The event, organised in collaboration with Benalmádena town hall in aid of the Fundación Proyecto Hombre ... Málaga, departed from the 'elephant roundabout' at 10am and was split into three different distances: five kilometres, ten kilometres and a half marathon (21 kilometres). After the races had concluded, Holiday World's beach club hosted a party with

10:54

LifeStyle

World's most expensive Christmas tree unveiled in Estepona

Ash Bolton

Bosses at an Estepona hotel claim to have put up the world's most expensive Christmas tree. The festive showstopper is valued at over 12 million euros and was unveiled at the Kempinski Hotel last Saturday during the hotel's Christmas market.

15:14

LifeStyle

When you choose to live in isolation

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

...forest, where I could work as a biologist and study animals and their behaviour. Is it possible to survive in frosty Siberia living totally alone? Actually yes. There is a good example - Agafia Lykova, perhaps the world's most remarkable hermit. When

18:24

LifeStyle

A world of flavours at Gatronomika

GUILLERMO ELEJABEITIA

Sebastián. The Kursaal conference centre brought together the great and the good of the gastronomy world with a programme of activities which, as well as 70 demonstrations by chefs of global esteem, included workshops, tastings and the adjudication of