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10:30

LifeStyle

Genetic engineering to stop AIDS

Eugenio Cabezas health

AIDS is one of the greatest pandemics in the world. It was only discovered 35 years ago in Los Angeles, but now around 38 million people have been infected by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), and approximately half of them are unaware of the ... 150,000 and 180,000 are affected. Troubled by these figures, a 27- year-old researcher from Torrox, Óscar Jurado, wants to reverse the situation and put a stop to one of the biggest pandemics which threatens the world. He has begun a pioneering

10:30

Travel

Edinburgh

Andrew Forbes travel

...century, and all the comforts of the 21st. The townhouse has plenty of old world charm, whilst the penthouse overlooking the city has urban swagger. Your hosts will even arrange for a seductively tasty dine-in box of goodies from the local Valvona & Crolla ... a grand setting. Nira Caledonia Edinburgh’s New Town, home to some of the UK’s finest Neo-classical and Georgian architecture is deservedly a UNESCO World Heritage site. Experience life in a genuine mansion house from the ‘age of elegance’ at the ... Specialising in organic and natural wines, this bar and restaurant is in one of Edinburgh’s historic buildings. It also offers seasonal dishes to complement the wines. Bramble Bar This world-class cocktail bar in Queen Street has a cocktail list that will

10:30

Travel

Scottish Capital Gains

Andrew Forbes TRAVEL

A grey sandstone building half-way up Edinburgh’s Lothian Road, opposite the city’s imposing Usher Hall, has for more than 30 years offered escapism into different worlds, through visual story-telling of intrigue, romance and fantasy. Here at Edinbur

10:31

National

Doñana, a park running dry

fernando miñana

...drought occurs,” warns Juanjo Carmona,the spokesperson for Doñana at the WWF, one of the most important nature conservation organisations in the world. At present there appears to be plenty of water, but it is an illusion. The problem is the water table, ... Park in 1969 and a World Heritage Site in 1994. Unesco sent two missions to Doñana, in 2011 and 2015, to ask Spain to protect the aquifer and the estuary, and to guarantee that the Guadalquivir would not be dredged. More recently the organisation has ... made it clear to the Spanish government that it should do this before December 1st if it does not want to become the first member state of the European Union to have a World Heritage Site declared “in danger”. Shorter springs At the same time, the

10:31

Gibraltar

World Pool Masters in Gibraltar in February

D.B.

The World Pool Masters will take place in the Tercentenary Hall from 17 to 19 February. This is the sport's longest-running invitational event and 15 of the world's best players will be competing for a $20,000 top prize. The total prize fund is

10:31

LifeStyle

"Palliative care is not a secondary level of medicine"

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...personal stories, and Joan's is certainly that. She suffered an illness as a child and had to spend a great deal of time in hospital, and in a way that made her strong when problems occurred in her life. She lived through the Second World War and had to

10:31

Gibraltar

Gibraltar is setting its sights on "far flung nations" says Picardo

DEBBIE BARTLETT GIBRALTAR

EU, and as well as tightening the already close ties with the British government, the Gibraltar authorities are keen to expand their interests in other parts of the world. A financial services delegation visited Casablanca late last year, Gibraltar

10:31

LifeStyle

Doreen Chown 1928 - 2016

T. BRYANT obituary

...suspected hernia. She was 88. Born in Willesden, London, Doreen embarked on a life in the entertainment world singing in a duo called The Beaux Belles. Her career in Spain began in Mallorca in the early 1970s, but she soon discovered Torremolinos,

10:32

LifeStyle

Art begins in the scrapyard

REGINA SOTORRÍO MALAGA

Where some see an old toaster, others see the perfect material for modelling. What for one person is the handlebar of an old motorcycle, for another is the tentacle of an octopus . Scrap for some, but a potential work of art for British couple James

13:19

What to do

A week of music and culture

Denise Bush

16.40 (Tue) Underworld Blood Wars: 16.25 (Tue) Collateral Beauty: 22.25 (Tue) Passengers: 16.00 (Tue) Assassin’s Creed: 19.30 (Tue) Sing: 16.05 (Tue) It’s Only the End of the World: 21.30, 00.00 (every day) Yelmo Cines, Plaza Mayor

13:23

What to do

Exhibitions and galleries

Denise Bush what to do

...of José María Córdoba work as a window open to the world” commented the art critique Ángel Luis Pérez Villén. The exhibition entitled ‘Confluences’ runs until the end of February. Axarquía ‘Interferencias’ Nerja. Until 25 January, Sala

19:34

Local

Welcome to the new surinenglish.com

Rachel Haynes

...international populations. With surinenglish.com, readers around the world can find out what's going on in the province of Malaga and around Spain thanks to the team of Spanish and British reporters at the SUR group of newspapers. Gibraltar news is also

21:03

Local

‘More growth for Costa in 2017’, say tourism chiefs at Fitur fair

Pilar Martínez

...numbers last year,” he said. International travel show The Fitur exhibition in Madrid is Spain’s flagship event for the world travel trade, bringing together exhibitors and professionals from 165 countries. Now in its thirty-seventh year, the fair

13:19

Local

'More growth for Costa in 2017', say tourism chiefs at Fitur fair

Pilar Martínez MADRID

...exhibition in Madrid is Spain's flagship event for the world travel trade, bringing together exhibitors and professionals from 165 countries. Now in its thirty-seventh year, the fair provides an important networking opportunity for this key sector of the

14:45

What to do

This week in the galleries

Denise Bush what to do

...of José María Córdoba work as a window open to the world” commented the art critique Ángel Luis Pérez Villén. The exhibition entitled ‘Confluences’ runs until the end of February. Inland Contemporary art Ronda. Until March, Museo Joaquín

14:47

What to do

Music and culture, something for everyone

Denise Bush WHAT TO DO

...ensemble is one of the most emblematic jazz groups in Norway. They have toured the world with their traditional, New Orleans style jazz. They are joined by Tricia Boutte, renowned jazz performer. Rockin' Race Jamboree Rockin' Race Jamboree launch. ... Torremolinos. 2-5 February, Auditorio Municipal Principe de Asturias. The town hall are expecting around 3,000 people to attend this year, the 23rd edition of the event. Musicians from all over the world will be performing. Tickets are available from ... www.lux-mundi.org / luxmundi@lux-mundi.org DFAS lectures Benahavís. 24 November , 6.30pm. Benahavís Town Hall Los Conquistadores, the subject of the Benahavís DFAS lecture. The Conquistadores - Adventures in the New World: Within the short space of 50

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

Scams of all kinds are becoming more common in the wine business, and there are rich pickings for the fraudster. The most famous of them all, Rudy Kurniawan, is serving a 10-year prison term in a US penitentiary for selling fake wines to super-rich c

17:16

Opinion

Let's be reasonable

Mark Nayler

It was a pleasant surprise this week to hear Spain's economy minister displaying common sense and pragmatism when asked about the latest Brexit news. Interviewed at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Wednesday (one of the cushiest tickets on the

12:21

LifeStyle

The battle against sugar gets fiercer

ALEJANDRA RODRÍGUEZ health

Not many details are known yet, because Montoro has only said that the tax on drinks which contain an excessive amount of sugar is in line with the demands of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and will be implemented in a similar way to countries ... deaths a year in the world. Of these, 133,000 are due to Type 2 diabetes, 4,000 from cardiovascular illnesses and 6,400 to different types of cancer. Meanwhile, another research project published in The New England Journal of Medicine, carried out by ... "Sugary drinks are a unique and modifiable dietetic factor which directly affects preventable death and disability in adults in countries with high, medium and low income, which suggests an urgent need for solid preventive programmes on a world level,"

19:11

LifeStyle

Twins with rhythm in their blood

REGINA SOTORRÍO

...ringing. People all over the world were interested in us, even in places like Peru and Mexico," they say. And as a result, they found work. At present they are a duo, but a young acrobat may be joining them. Alex's two-year-old daughter has already

11:16

Travel

Courchevel

Andrew Forbes travel

The 2016/17 season sees Courchevel celebrating its 70th anniversary. From its humble beginnings in the 1940s, Courchevel is now one of the most chic ski resorts within ‘Les Trois Vallées’, said to be the world’s largest lift-connected ski area, with

11:48

What to do

And all that jazz

Jennie Rhodes Nerja

45. Tickets: 21€, available from the Centro Cultural or online from www.mientrada.net The jazz ensemble, one of the most emblematic bands from Norway, has been performing around the world since 1973. Their mix of tradjazz and New Orleans has

12:53

Local

Antequera given plot of land to improve area surrounding UNESCO site

A. J. GUERRERO antequera

The local council in Antequera has been given a plot of land next to the Tholos del Romeral, one of the three megalithic tombs that make up the Dolmens of Antequera. One of the conditions of being a newly-declared UNESCO World Heritage Site is that

14:19

Opinion

Toeing the lines

Mark Nayler

...towards Brussels. In one of his most ludicrous announcements to date, Rajoy told the ABC conference in Madrid that "despite all its imperfections, [the EU] is the best political initiative the world has seen in centuries". Really? In two years' time,

16:49

What to do

Music, film and more

Denise Bush what to do

...oboe. Symphonic Rhapsody of Queen Malaga. 8 February, 8pm. Teatro Cervantes . The Queen tribute band, Symphonic Rhapsody of Queen, and the One World Symphonic orchestra will be performing Queen’s most iconic songs. Tickets 15 - 45€ from

18:29

Local

'Piercing' the Porcupine sees again

Ignacio LIllo Malaga

...was that there was no recorded case of eye surgery on this species in the world. "It was a joint effort between the vets, the park's keepers and the surgical team, especially as he needed eye drops after the operation," Fidel explains. The first step

18:59

LifeStyle

A taste of the south at Madrid Fusión

MARINA MARTÍNEZ

'espetos' (sardines grilled on a stick) and other fish which make up a large part of the diet on the south coast. This brought the curtain down on the three-day congress which united gastronomic experts and enthusiasts from around the world. Awards

17:18

LifeStyle

A life-long dedication to marine birds

Tony Bryant

...in Spain. After dedicating practically his entire life to studying and recording rare marine birds at various locations around the world, the Yorkshire man has recently published his memoirs. Andy's latest book, Guiri Pajarero Suelto, (foreign ... birder on the loose), has moved away from the reference shelf. The book narrates his life from the perspective of a young ornithologist who embarks on a career that would take him to some of the most beautiful places in the world. A former teacher at ... also illustrated the book with detailed drawings of wild birds and animals. His home is decorated with photographs - for he is a keen photographer as well - and drawings of the ornithological world. One of his prized pictures was taken by a

17:35

LifeStyle

Leeches make a comeback

BORJA OLAIZOLA

...for his life. Brousais applied some leeches, and he underwent a remarkable improvement." France at that time was the hegemonic power in science and culture, so it didn't take long for interest in leeches to spread all over the world. The demand was

13:48

Local

A dream come true for Basil Al Bayati

JESÚS HINOJOSA Malaga

A journey into the origins of the culture of Al-Andalus, a place to experience new sensations through design, architecture and craftsmanship. That is The Unique World of Basil Al Bayati, a museum and cultural centre which is scheduled to open in ... 'metaphorical architecture', a style which uses oneiric forms and nature to configure the appearance of the buildings. This is the world of Basil Al Bayati, a genius of forms and design which, in a few weeks, will be on view for all those who visit this latest

14:26

LifeStyle

A guide to new fitness

RUBÉN CAÑIZARES Health

...be introduced is SurfSet or DrySurf, which is done on a surfboard with a spring underneath and can help with rehabilitationBodyPump is the most practised fitness class in the world, with eight million people doing it every weekFullCycle The Trip is ... the working technique, it is guaranteed to be successful," says Óscar. The programme called 'FullCycle The Trip' is the principal novelty this year. It consists of a 30-minute class which takes you into a virtual world. "It's as if you were in ... to love it," he says. BodyPump, Les Mills' star programme, which has become the most practised fitness class in the world (eight million people do it each week) also has something new for 2017. January 14th marked the start of choreography 100:

16:00

Opinion

Momentary lapse of reason

Peter Edgerton

...precisely nothing, a whole lifetime of it would surely get a touch tedious rather rapidly for even the most tranquil of people. Most of the beauty and wonder that humanity has brought to the world was created precisely by people who dreamed big about the

16:02

Opinion

Trump - the mirror

Héctor Barbotta

...on the world - but perhaps we shouldn't analyse them separately. Both phenomena originated the same way: the failure of traditional politics which paved the way for the penetration of populist discourse, the criminalisation of immigrants and

17:29

Local

A dream come true for architect Basil Al Bayati

JESÚS HINOJOSA Malaga

A journey into the origins of the culture of Al-Andalus, a place to experience new sensations through design, architecture and craftsmanship. That is The Unique World of Basil Al Bayati, a museum and cultural centre which is scheduled to open in ... 'metaphorical architecture', a style which uses oneiric forms and nature to configure the appearance of the buildings. This is the world of Basil Al Bayati, a genius of forms and design which, in a few weeks, will be on view for all those who visit this latest

20:25

LifeStyle

Taking the gospel to the streets of NYC

Tony Bryant

...and Coney Island. These areas are notorious for gangs, drug lords, daily muggings and shootings; a different world to what the teenager was used to growing up on the Costa del Sol. To his parents' relief, James survived all this and returned to Spain ... after four-month internship with Metro World Child, a ministry that cares for the inner-city children of New York City. "When people think about New York City, they rarely think about the poverty that exists there"On returning to Spain, he realised ... new to the Christian faith, but he was fascinated by the work of Metro World Child. He had witnessed the poverty first hand and so he thought it would be rewarding job to do. "When people think about New York, they rarely think about the poverty

15:39

Sport

Malaga looking over their shoulders after latest home defeat

Daryl Finch

...started to threaten Diego López between the sticks. The veteran keeper pulled off a world-class save to deny the Brazilian forward, returning from injury, who attempted a speculative overhead kick from just inside the area. He had to be on hand again to