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13:18

Local

London business leaders discover Malaga's potential as an investment destination

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

"We've come to London to share the message of a grand and hospitable city: one that is attractive, like few in the world, to live in, to invest in and to work in." With these words the mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre, opened his speech to a ... invest" is nothing new, however the offer has gained a new perspective since the Brexit vote. Big London names hear the success stories of technology firms in Malaga This area has attracted people from all over the world, and especially from the UK,

14:56

Local

Avocado growers fearful of potential Mexican imports

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ Vélez-Málaga

Axarquía, are beginning to receive phone calls from Mexican companies, with whom they traded previously and if Mexico, which is the world's biggest avocado producer, with 1,500,000 tonnes per year, exported just 10 per cent of the fruit to the European

16:55

Local

A World War II hero in a second-hand market

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...manage to get there to see if he could find a treasure, although he realised that it would probably be full of junk. OTHER ITEMS FROM WORLD WAR II Pilot's helmet Description: Helmet of a Luftwaffe bomber pilot (Germany). Price: 1,826 euros, on ... Randall Daniel 'Bob' Braham (Bath, UK, 1920-Halifax, Canada, 1974). Military career: Joined the RAF in 1937 and went into combat in 1940 in the Second World War. Service record: He brought down 29 German planes and led a squadron until he was shot down ... like the sun at dawn," he says, trying to find a metaphor to describe how he felt when he saw a leather aviator's helmet which appeared to be from the Second World War. He thought it was in good condition, and it also included the pilot's oxygen mask

11:08

Local

Americans in Malaga raise their voices against Trump policies

Kishan Vaghela Malaga

Resistance members mirrors that of its Granada counterparts, who drafted and sent out a letter to the Islamic community in Spain to protest against Trump's policy towards the Muslim community in America and around the world. The letter, which was ... are United States citizens abroad,” she stated. She also added that as a consequence of the turmoil of the last fortnight, it was necessary to show the local community and people all over the world that this is not something that they agree with, ... given that they are representing their community abroad. Conrad also urged as many people from the local community as possible to get involved, given previous encounters with people from all over the world in Spain who had expressed how they had been

11:08

What to do

Banana paper and mini art

Jennie Rhodes

INFORMATION When: Until 3 March. Monday to Saturday, 11am to 2pm. Where: Espacio Creativo, Calle Baja del Mar 14, Almuñécar. Further info: Facebook: Annabel Keatley. Phone 699 801 613 (for paper workshops). English artist and paper-maker, Annab

11:08

LifeStyle

Predictable Bocuse

A. J. LINN

...carve-up masquerading as a world-beating cookery challenge. There are three stages, the first being to choose the chef who will represent his country. In the latest contest, Juan Manuel Salgado Domínguez, of Restaurant La Plassohla (Hotel Ohla, Barcelona)

12:37

Gibraltar

Gibraltar's World Trade Center has now been officially inaugurated

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

The latest addition to the World Trade Center Association Network is now open in Gibraltar, following the official inauguration by chief minister Fabian Picardo on Wednesday. The ceremony was conducted by Picardo, deputy chief minister Dr Joseph ... 254,000-square-foot office building. The aim of the World Trade Center Association network is to promote international prosperity through trade, a concept which Gibraltar is known to wholeheartedly support. In fact, in his speech the chief minister was keen to ... stress that the opening of the WTC is a reflection of the optimism the Gibraltarian government feels with a view to the situation post-Brexit. Picardo told those present: "We are proud to be here today to inaugurate Gibraltar's first World Trade

14:30

LifeStyle

French, African and Spanish: the Cajun flavour combination

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ MALAGA

...contrast between sweet and sour and the hot spicy sauces (the world famous Tabasco sauce originates from Louisiana), sweet pastry tarts and the cocktails, are all drawn from the mix of cultures in the region. So wide is the Cajun gastronomic culture that

15:03

LifeStyle

"We all have a talent; it just has to be discovered"

A. RODRÍGUEZ health

world after an eight month pregnancy. Possible hydrocephalus, spasticity, tonic asymmetry, motor retardation, a cerebral cyst with the risk of growing and becoming malignant... "At first I only paid attention to the physical and motor problems because ... handicap. "We need to get used to growing up in an environment marked by diversity and coexistence, rather than just tolerance. There is room for everyone in this world and fortunately there are tools to make it possible," says Nicol. Johann has been

15:11

LifeStyle

Foundation brings a smile to eight-year-old Miguel and his family

Tony Bryant benalmádena

...also meant that the treatment was not economically viable for the family. However, The Smile Foundation and CLC World Resorts & Hotels stepped in and donated accommodation for Miguel and his mother at their resort in Benalmádena Costa. Miguel's

17:22

Sport

Something's got to give

Rob Palmer a look at la liga

...a complete lack of young talent coming through the much-lauded academy. The successful Barcelona model was to nurture home-grown talent and only make a world-class, marquee signing, like Neymar or Luis Suárez, if they hadn't bred their own in a ... particular position. La Masia was the envy of the world as Messi, Xavi, Iniesta, Busquets, Piqué, et al broke through. The list seemed endless. The list has now proven to be finite, though, with Sergi Roberto the last graduate of the academy to establish

18:00

Opinion

Expecting the worst

Mark Nayler

...would plunge the world into crisis and despair. Granted, Brexit hasn't even started to happen yet - but its certainty in the medium-term future has failed to cause the economic backlash many predicted. The Bank of England, the IMF and the OECD have also

19:54

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush

...open to the world” commented the art critique Ángel Luis Pérez Villén. The exhibition entitled ‘Confluences’ runs until the end of February. Music and dance, lectures, OV film and festivals this week Happy Artists Mijas Costa. Until 28

12:01

Local

Former British consul, Thomas Tuite, dies aged 93

Rachel Haynes Malaga

...the Foreign Office and was posted in British-occupied Germany and Eritrea after World War II. It was in the 1950s that he visited Malaga on his way to Ireland from Canada. He liked the city so much that he decided to stay and look for a job,

15:14

Local

Nao Victoria calls at Alcaidesa Marina on European tour

SUR La Línea

A replica of the Nao Victoria, the 16th century vessel which was the first to sail around the world, is now open to the public at the Alcaidesa Marina. The decks of the sailing ship can be visited at the port from today until Tuesday 28th February

17:53

Sport

It's game on!

Rob Palmer a look at la liga

...were away claiming the Club World Cup title. He diluted his team for the weekend so that he could take his full force to a sell-out Mestalla. What he hadn't catered for was Valencia, Europe's most underachieving team, suddenly over-achieving.

18:17

Travel

Nagasaki, Kyushu

Andrew Forbes Travel

Unzen Kanko Hotel, Unzen The Unzen hot springs area has been a popular wellness destination for over a century. The Unzen Kanko Hotel, a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, was opened in 1935 and still retains a wonderful nostalgic ... excursions - including next month's Hanami (to enjoy the famous Sakura cherry blossoms)- and a unique behind-the-scenes look at the world-famous historic Kakiemon porcelain kiln in Arita (which recently celebrated its 400th anniversary). ... www.CruiseTrain-SevenStars.com Dejima Island, Nagasaki A visit to Dejima is a compelling way to learn just how significant Nagasaki is within Japan's history. For centuries, the country was isolated from the world due to its 'Sakoku' policy, where Shoguns forbid citizens to

18:38

Travel

Buda and Pest, shabby and chic

Mark Nayler

Over recent years Budapest has gained a reputation as one of Europe's most exciting and cultural cities. It is fully deserving of this unofficial accolade, and not just because of its gargantuan parliament building (the third largest in the world ... World War. Yet the mid-twentieth reconstruction that sits atop the hill today is a stunning achievement, providing the perfect spot from which to contemplate the violent upheavals that have shaped Budapest's many-sided personality.

19:08

LifeStyle

Teenage polar explorer to make history

ÁNGEL DE LOS RÍOS

...these dogs, with the disappearance of more and more of the oldest breed of dog in the world becoming more and more frequent. Although there are currently more dogs than humans in that part of the world, the gap is slowly reducing due to shorter ... winters and seas freezing over as a result of climate change. The father and son team will cover a distance of 400 kilometres through one of the most northern populations in the world accompanied by two Inuits and 32 dogs. The expedition will also

19:35

Opinion

Setting an example

Mark Nayler

...sentence to support each side of that debate). In the long run, though, it will take more than the occasional flurry of fraud crackdowns to prove that Madrid is a world-class banking hub. Indeed, the Spanish financial services regulator is currently

13:11

LifeStyle

The Joe Wicks method

RUBÉN CAÑIZARES Fitness

...their goals in the world of fitness with his special method, which involves moving less and eating more. "The book is called 'Lean in 15: 15 minute meals'. It is full of exercises to make you active and work your body, but it also contains recipes

15:21

Local

Pablo Ráez dies after brave battle against leukemia

Ángel Escalera Marbella

Solórzano also paid tribute to the family of a young man “who did what he was able to do and has left his mark in the world”. Following the service, Ráez was cremated at a private ceremony held at the Virgen del Carmen cemetery.

11:13

Sport

From couch potato to marathon junkie

RACHEL ARMSTRONG sotogrande

Originally from London, the 34- year-old describes the feeling of crossing the finish line after 42 kilometres as both a 'relief' and 'humbling'. "By no means am I the best runner in the world." he admitted. "I would classify myself as an enthusiastic

12:02

Gibraltar

Gorham's viewing platforms to open soon

Debbie Bartlett Gibraltar

Last summer the Gorham's Cave complex was classified as a World Heritage Site and now new viewing platforms are being created for those who want a good look at the place which was the last known home of the Neanderthals. The platforms will have ... room for a large number of visitors and they have spectacular views of the caves and an impressive view of the World Heritage Site all the way to the top. The caves can only be visited under certain circumstances to avoid damage to the site. The

12:19

LifeStyle

Internationally-renowned cellist, Jacob Shaw, visits the Costa del Sol

Tony Bryant MALAGA

The world of classical music is often associated with the rich and upper-class intellectuals. To those people who are not familiar with the classic composers, it seems to be a world far beyond their reach. PERSONAL PROJECTS Scandinavian Cello ... Jacob, who lives in Copenhagen, felt the need to experiment with different types of world music. His fresh approach to classical music has attracted a new audience of music lovers who had previously felt that classical music would not be to their taste. ... not going to alienate our regular audiences, but we can bring in a new younger audience," the young cellist told SUR in English. Jacob remains respectful of the roots of his music, but he also recognises the importance of other world music. He

13:39

LifeStyle

New technique for removing digestive-tract tumours with no need for surgery

ÁNGEL ESCALERA MALAGA

...patients, learned the technique last year in Japan from Yutaka Saito, who works at Tokyo's National Cancer Centre Hospital. Doctor Saito is the world's leading expert on the removal of pre malignant polyps and surface gastric tumours with this method.

14:01

Local

The 15 newcomers to Cartajima

VANESSA MELGAR Cartajima

Iris and her family were keen to move away from Malaga after her elder daughter was stabbed in the hand at school by another pupil. Iris says the child had been trying to stab her in the neck. "This is more like the world we wanted our girls to grow

14:02

What to do

Carnival drag queen gala

Tony Bryant Torremolinos

...contain all of the outrageousness associated with world of drag. Aida Blanes, councillor for Culture, said, "This gala is the first in Torremolinos and it will be a very colourful and exciting event. Let's hope that it grows and becomes one of the ... traditionally take place all over the world throughout June. The drag queen gala kicks off the 2017 edition of the Torremolinos carnival. The carnival begins with a gala in the municipal auditorium at 9pm on Monday night and continues until Sunday 12 March.

14:15

Local

Pablo Ráez's brave fight comes to an end but his legacy lives on

MÓNICA PÉREZ / SUR marbella

...tribute to the family of a young man "who did what he was able to do and has left his mark in the world". Following the service, Ráez was cremated at a private ceremony held at the Virgen del Carmen cemetery. Call for memorials to Pablo Thousands of ... thought that the world could be better and he always focussed on people." Heartbreakingly Pablo stood on the same stage at last year's ceremony to receive a medal as part of a group of firefighters from the town who had travelled to Greece to help Syrian

14:54

Local

Regional tourism chiefs head to Berlin for top travel fair

Pilar Martínez Malaga

A hundred tourism officials and representatives of hotel and travel companies from Andalucía will travel to Berlin next week for the ITB fair. The huge event is recognised as the most important in the world for the volume of business generated for

15:07

Opinion

The boy in the bubble

Peter Edgerton

There can be no doubt that we live in a complex world. Well, that's what you'd think everyone would believe but, no, apparently not. It would seem from social media feeds and, in fact from just talking to people, that everything is much more black ... the world at fifty in the same way as he did when he was twenty has wasted thirty years of his life. Surely the old pugilist was right, and yet that appears to be exactly what huge swathes of the population are hell-bent on doing - maintaining their ... preconceived world view at any cost. We buy newspapers which reinforce our perspectives; we mix with people who conform to our way of seeing things; we even block or 'unfriend' (nice term) anyone on Twitface that disturbs our hermetically-sealed bubble of

15:25

LifeStyle

3 March 1875: Premiere of Carmen

Tony Bryant What Happened Today

...seedy world of the nineteenth century Andalusian gypsies. Carmen embodies the spirit of Seville, especially the flamenco, bullfighting and banditry; elements that attracted the attention of numerous nineteenth century romantic travellers. Bizet ... Antonio Gades, Cristina Hoyos and Carmen Amaya have taken the production to all corners of the globe. Carmen promoted the Andalusian tapestry to the outside world and it became so popular and revered, the image of Carmen-ised Andalusia has been hard to

13:59

Local

Finca Cortesín golf course in Casares is crowned the best in Europe

Leandro Pavón Casares

...possibly have had 40,000 rounds this year,” said Girbes. Moreover, many golfers are attracted to the resort not only for its picturesque location, but also because televised golfing competitions, Volvo World and Match Play, have taken place there for the

20:49

LifeStyle

Urban gardening, giving help to pensioners and the unemployed

GABRIELA BERNER MALAGA

Urban gardening is in full swing in many countries in the world. One of the most prominent supporters of this idea was Michelle Obama, who created her own kitchen garden at the White House. She recorded her experiences in a beautifully-illustrated

10:49

Local

Top architect to design new look for Torremolinos

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

...from the different political parties, citizen groups and local associations. Salvador Moreno Peralta was chosen to oversee the project because of his experience and reputation in the world of architecture. He has renovated several emblematic

11:05

Local

Optimism at ITB Berlin fair as tourism from Germany is expected to rise

Pilar Martínez BERLIN

Tourism companies and professionals from Andalucía have been showcasing the region's qualities as a tourist destination at the 51st edition of the world's leading tourism trade fair, ITB, in Berlin. The president of Andalucía Susana Díaz was also

11:14

Local

Lions from around the world learn about leadership in Malaga

FERNANDO TORRES MALAGA

Members of the Internaitonal Lions Club learned how to share their values in Malaga last weekend at the Advanced Lions Leadership Institute. The four-day event combined learning with pleasure as the more than 60 leading Lions members from 20 countrie

11:32

Local

Over eight hundred participants take part in a coastal fun run for charity

JULIO RODRÍGUEZ Benalmádena

The second edition of the Carrera Litoral Holiday World Benalmádena drew around 850 people, including the mayor of Benalmádena, which was over a hundred more than the previous edition. This year it was planned so that the races of ten and five

14:21

Sport

Champion skiers hit the Sierra

INÉS GALASTEGUI SIERRA NEVADA

On Wednesday 777 international skiers and snowboarders descended upon the slopes of Andalucía's biggest mountain to compete in this year's Freestyle Skiing and Snowboarding World Championships. Using either skis or a snowboard the 'riders,' whose